Brent Spence papers

Abstract

The Bent Spence papers (dated 1861-1967, bulk 1943-1962; 83.6 cubic feet; 187 boxes, 1 folder) contains constituent correspondence; general legislation material; and extensive files on service academy appointments, service cases, and Veterans Administration records, relating to the legislative and legal career of Brent Spence.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Brent Spence papers
Creator
Spence, Brent, 1874-1967
Extent
83.6 Cubic Feet
Subjects
Housing.
Banks and banking -- United States.
Reports.
Legislation
Tobacco -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Arrangement
Collection is arranged by subject.
Finding Aid Author
Processed by: Archives Staff
Preferred Citation
63m300: [identification of item], Brent Spence papers, 1861-1967, bulk 1943-1962, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Legislator and lawyer, Brent Spence was born in Ft. Thomas, Kentucky and was elected as a democrat to represent the old sixth district of Kentucky in the 72nd Congress in 1930. He was reelected for sixteen consecutive terms, serving until his retirement in 1962. In 1943 Spence became chairman of the Committee on Banking and Currency, an office he held until his retirement, except during the republican controlled 80th and 83rd Congresses, when he was ranking minority member of the committee.
Scope and Content
The Bent Spence papers (dated 1861-1967, bulk 1943-1962; 83.6 cubic feet; 187 boxes, 1 folder) contains constituent correspondence; general legislation material; and extensive files on service academy appointments, service cases, and Veterans Administration records, relating to the legislative and legal career of Brent Spence. There is considerable material on general legislation, usually filed at the end of the year, by subject, or under the name of the committee to which the bills were referred. In addition to papers related to the work of the Committee on Banking and Currency, there are bound copies of hearings, reports and public laws on committee legislation concerned with tobacco, price control, housing, banking and monetary matters.
The papers within each series are arranged chronologically, the filing system and folder titles used by the office secretaries being retained when possible. Since this collection came to the Library directly from the Congressional office in Washington on Mr. Spence's retirement there has been little culling of material.
The papers contain photographs of Brent Spence at various functions relating to his work as a legislator, including a trip to Austria and the dedication of a flood wall located in Covington, Kentucky. The photographs include several family photographs, such as a photograph of his father Philip Spence during the Civil War. Many formal portraits of Brent Spence are also included.
Correspondents in the Spence papers include: Dean Acheson, Alben Barkley, Bernard Baruch, James Byrnes, John Sherman Cooper, Douglas Dillon, James A. Farley, Averill Harriman, J. Edgar Hoover, Cordell Hull, Estes Kefauver, John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Fiorella LaGuardia, Scott W. Lucas, John W. McCormack, George Meany, Sam Rayburn, Walter P. Reuther, Nelson Rockerfeller, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Dean Rusk, Adlai E. Stevenson, Stuart Symington, Herry Truman, Fred Vinson and governors of Kentucky and political leaders of Mr. Spence's district.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
Use Restrictions
Property rights reside with the University of Kentucky. The University of Kentucky holds the copyright for materials created in the course of business by University of Kentucky employees. Copyright for all other materials has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky. For information about permission to reproduce or publish, please contact Special Collections.

Contents of the Collection

General, 1938-1962

Arranged chronologically by year and thereunder folders are arranged alphabetically by title and grouped into general and legislation sections.

1937-1938, undated

Biographical Material, undated

  • Box 1
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B - C - D, 1937

  • Box 1
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CCC Headquarters - Fort Thomas, 1937

  • Box 1
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Congressional Record, 1937-1938

  • Box 1
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Dairy Dealers - Marketing Agreement., 1937-1938

  • Box 1
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Legislation - Housing, 1937

  • Box 1
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1938

A, 1938

  • Box 2
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B (5 folders), 1938

  • Box 2
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C (4 folders), 1938

  • Box 2
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Christmas acknowledgements, 1938

  • Box 2
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D (4 folders), 1938

  • Box 2
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E, 1938

  • Box 2
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F, 1938

  • Box 3
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Federal Expenditures in 5th District, 1938

  • Box 3
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Flood Control, 1938

  • Box 3
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G (2 folders), 1938

  • Box 3
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H (4 folders), 1938 May

  • Box 3-4
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I, 1938

  • Box 4
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Invitations, 1938

  • Box 4
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J, 1938

  • Box 4
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Legislation - Housing, 1938

  • Box 4
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1939-1940

Legislation - Housing - Home Loan Bank Act, 1939-1940

  • Box 5
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Conscription Bill (2 folders), 1940

  • Box 5
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Falmouth Dam, 1940

  • Box 5
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Food Stamp Plan, 1940

  • Box 5
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Invitations, 1940

  • Box 5
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Miscellaneous correspondence, 1940

  • Box 5
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Post Office - Christmas employees, 1940

  • Box 5
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Requests - Keep Congress in Session, 1940

  • Box 5
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Requests - Keep us out of War, 1940

  • Box 5
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1941-1942

Liaison, 1941-1942

  • Box 5
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A, 1942

  • Box 6
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Cassady, Marion O., 1942

  • Box 6
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Shoes and Sheets for the Armed Forces, 1942

  • Box 6
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1943

A, 1943

  • Box 6
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Agriculture, 1943

  • Box 6
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B, 1943

  • Box 6
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C, 1943

  • Box 6
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Coal Mines - Government Operation, 1943

  • Box 6
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Condolence, letters of, 1943

  • Box 6
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Congratulation and Appreciation (in), 1943

  • Box 6
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Congratulation and Appreciation (out), 1943

  • Box 6
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Congressional Record, 1943

  • Box 6
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Critical letters, 1943

  • Box 6
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D, 1943

  • Box 6
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E, 1943

  • Box 6
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F, 1943

  • Box 6
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Fire fighting equipment, 1943-1944

  • Box 6
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G, 1943

  • Box 6
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H, 1943

  • Box 6
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Invitations, 1943

  • Box 7
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J, 1943

  • Box 7
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K, 1943

  • Box 7
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L, 1943

  • Box 7
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M, 1943

  • Box 7
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N, 1943

  • Box 7
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O, 1943

  • Box 7
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Office of Price Administration (11 folders), 1943

  • Box 7
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P, 1943

  • Box 7
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Prisoners of war, 1943

  • Box 7
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R, 1943

  • Box 8
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Requests for publications (5 folders), 1943

  • Box 8
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S, 1943

  • Box 8
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Stream pollution, 1943

  • Box 8
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T, 1943

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Unanswered letters, 1943

  • Box 9
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V, 1943

  • Box 9
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Veterans, 1943

  • Box 9
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W, 1943

  • Box 9
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War Production Board (2 folders), 1943

  • Box 9
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Legislation, 1943

Aviation, 1943

  • Box 9
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Banking and Currency - Federal Reserve, 1943

  • Box 9
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Banking and Currency - Home Owners Loan Corp., 1943

  • Box 9
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Banking and Currency - International Bank, 1943

  • Box 9
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Agriculture, 1943

  • Box 9
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Civil Service, 1943

  • Box 9
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Commodity Credit Corporation, 1943

  • Box 9
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Dies Committee, 1943

  • Box 9
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Education - Federal Aid, 1943

  • Box 9
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Equal Rights, 1943

  • Box 10
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Health, 1943

  • Box 10
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Housing, 1943

  • Box 10
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Immigration, 1943

  • Box 10
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Insurance, 1943

  • Box 10
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ICC - Freight Rates, 1943

  • Box 10
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Labor (3 folders), 1943

  • Box 10
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Lend Lease, 1943

  • Box 10
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Miscellaneous, 1943

  • Box 10
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National Lottery, 1943

  • Box 10
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Oil - Kentucky, 1943

  • Box 10
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Panama Canal, 1943

  • Box 10
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Pharmacy Corps., 1943

  • Box 10
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Postal, 1943

  • Box 10
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Prohibition, 1943

  • Box 10
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Railroads, 1943

  • Box 10
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Renegotiation of War Contracts, 1943

  • Box 10
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Roads, 1943

  • Box 10
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Savings and Loans, 1943

  • Box 10
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Smaller War Plants Corporation, 1943

  • Box 10
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Social Security (2 folders), 1943

  • Box 11
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Taxes (2 folders), 1943

  • Box 11
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TVA, 1943

  • Box 11
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Tire Inspection, 1943

  • Box 11
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Tobacco, 1943

  • Box 11
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Veterans (2 folders), 1943

  • Box 11
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Vocational Rehabilitation, 1943

  • Box 11
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1944

Airport - Kenton County, 1944

  • Box 12
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Fort Thomas Military Reservation, 1944-1945

  • Box 12
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Fort Thomas Veterans Hospital, 1944-1945

  • Box 12
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General International Organization - Dumbarton Oaks, 1944

  • Box 12
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Insurance - Export Credit, 1944

  • Box 12
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Manpower, 1944

  • Box 12
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Miscellaneous, 1944

  • Box 12
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Office of Price Administration, 1944

  • Box 12
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Post War Planning, 1944

  • Box 13
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Requests (4 folders), 1944

  • Box 13
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Stream Pollution (2 folders), 1944

  • Box 13
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Tobacco, 1944

  • Box 13
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Truck Applications, 1944

  • Box 13
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Veterans, 1944

  • Box 13
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Veterans - GI Bill of Rights, 1944

  • Box 13
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Legislation, 1944

Banking and Currency, 1944

  • Box 14
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Mobilization, 1944

  • Box 14
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Humanitarian Bills, 1944

  • Box 14
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Labor, 1944

  • Box 14
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Military Affairs, 1944

  • Box 14
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Miscellaneous, 1944

  • Box 14
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Postal, 1944

  • Box 14
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Railroads, 1944

  • Box 14
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Reconversion, 1944

  • Box 14
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Service Laws (2 folders), 1944

  • Box 14
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Social Security, 1944

  • Box 14
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Tax Bill Veto, 1944

  • Box 15
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Taxes - Miscellaneous, 1944

  • Box 15
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Veterans, 1944

  • Box 15
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Waterways, 1944

  • Box 15
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1945

A, 1945

  • Box 15
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Agriculture, 1945

  • Box 15
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Airport - Campbell County, 1945

  • Box 15
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Andrews Steel Company, 1945

  • Box 15
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B, 1945

  • Box 15
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Brown, James W. Retirement Fund, 1945

  • Box 15
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C, 1945

  • Box 15
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Condolence, Letters of, 1945

  • Box 15
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Congratulation and Appreciation (in), 1945

  • Box 15
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Congratulation and Appreciation (out), 1945

  • Box 15
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Congressional Record, 1945

  • Box 15
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Contributions, 1945

  • Box 15
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D, 1945

  • Box 15
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Dietschl, Adolf, 1945

  • Box 15
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Draft Statuts, 1945

  • Box 15
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E, 1945

  • Box 16
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F, 1945

  • Box 16
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G, 1945

  • Box 16
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H, 1945

  • Box 16
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I, 1945

  • Box 16
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Invitations, 1945

  • Box 16
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Job Requests, 1945

  • Box 16
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K, 1945

  • Box 16
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L, 1945

  • Box 16
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Legislation - Banking and Currency - Bretton Woods, etc., 1945

  • Box 16
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Legislation - Bills Introduced, 1945

  • Box 16
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M, 1945

  • Box 16
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N, 1945

  • Box 16
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Newport, Ky. - Sesquitennial, 1945

  • Box 16
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Northern Kentucky FHA Project, 1945

  • Box 16
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O, 1945

  • Box 17
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Old Age Assistance, 1945

  • Box 17
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Office of Price Administration (7 folders), 1945

  • Box 17
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P, 1945

  • Box 17
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R, 1945

  • Box 17
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Recommendations, 1945

  • Box 17
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Requests (2 folders), 1945

  • Box 17
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S, 1945

  • Box 17
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Stream Pollution (2 folders), 1945

  • Box 18
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T, 1945

  • Box 18
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Tax Refund, 1945

  • Box 18
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Tobacco, 1945

  • Box 18
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Truck Applications, 1945

  • Box 18
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Unanswered Letters, 1945

  • Box 18
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V, 1945

  • Box 18
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Veterans, 1945

  • Box 18
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W, 1945

  • Box 18
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Whip - House of Representatives, 1945

  • Box 18
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1946

A, 1946

  • Box 19
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Agriculture, 1946

  • Box 19
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Airport - Boone County, 1946

  • Box 19
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Andrews Steel Co., 1946

  • Box 19
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B, 1946

  • Box 19
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C (2 folders), 1946

  • Box 19
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Congratulation and Appreciation (2 folders), 1946

  • Box 19
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Condolence, 1946

  • Box 19
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Contributions, 1946

  • Box 19
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Corps of Engineers, 1946

  • Box 19
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D, 1946

  • Box 19
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E, 1946

  • Box 20
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F, 1946

  • Box 20
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Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., 1946

  • Box 20
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Flood Control, 1946

  • Box 20
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Flood Wall - Newport, Ky., 1946

  • Box 20
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Football Tickets, 1946

  • Box 20
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Fort Thomas Veterans Hospital, 1946

  • Box 20
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G, 1946

  • Box 20
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H (2 folders), 1946

  • Box 20
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Howe, Charles G. Jr., 1946

  • Box 20
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I, 1946

  • Box 21
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Invitations, 1946

  • Box 21
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J, 1946

  • Box 21
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K, 1946

  • Box 21
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L, 1946

  • Box 21
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Labor - Coal Miners' Strike, 1946

  • Box 21
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M (2 folders), 1946

  • Box 21
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N, 1946

  • Box 21
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O, 1946

  • Box 21
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Office of Price Administration (3 folders), 1946

  • Box 21
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Ordinance, 1946

  • Box 21
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P, 1946

  • Box 22
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Positions, 1946

  • Box 22
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Q, 1946

  • Box 22
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R, 1946

  • Box 22
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Recommendations, 1946

  • Box 22
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Requests, 1946

  • Box 22
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S (2 folders), 1946

  • Box 22
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Stream Pollution, 1946

  • Box 23
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T, 1946

  • Box 23
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Tobacco, 1946

  • Box 23
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U, 1946

  • Box 23
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Unanswered Letters, 1946

  • Box 23
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V, 1946

  • Box 23
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W, 1946

  • Box 23
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X - Y - Z, 1946

  • Box 23
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Legislation, 1946

Agriculture, 1946

  • Box 24
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Banking and Currency, 1946

  • Box 24
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Bills Introduced, 1946

  • Box 24
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British Loan, 1946

  • Box 24
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Education, 1946

  • Box 24
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Federal Salaries, 1946

  • Box 24
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Federal Savings and Loan Corporation, 1946

  • Box 24
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Health and Hospitals, 1946

  • Box 24
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Housing (2 folders), 1946

  • Box 24
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Labor, 1946

  • Box 24
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Miscellaneous, 1946

  • Box 24
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Office of Price Administration (4 folders), 1946

  • Box 25
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President's Program, 1946

  • Box 25
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Railroads, 1946

  • Box 25
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Requests for Bills, 1946

  • Box 25
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Selective Service, Demobilization, etc., 1946

  • Box 25
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Taxes, 1946

  • Box 25
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UNRRA, 1946

  • Box 25
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Veterans, 1946

  • Box 25
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1947

A, 1947

  • Box 26
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B, 1947

  • Box 26
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C, 1947

  • Box 26
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Callahan, Joe, 1947

  • Box 26
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Congratulation and Appreciation, 1947

  • Box 26
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Contributions, 1947

  • Box 26
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D, 1947

  • Box 27
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E, 1947

  • Box 27
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F, 1947

  • Box 27
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Fire Truck - Campbell County, 1947

  • Box 27
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Flood Control Projects, 1947

  • Box 27
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Football Tickets, 1947

  • Box 27
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Fort Thomas Veterans Hospital, 1947

  • Box 27
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G, 1947

  • Box 27
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H, 1947

  • Box 27
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I, 1947

  • Box 28
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Invitations, 1947

  • Box 28
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J, 1947

  • Box 28
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K, 1947

  • Box 28
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L, 1947

  • Box 28
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M, 1947

  • Box 28
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N, 1947

  • Box 28
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O, 1947

  • Box 28
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P, 1947

  • Box 28
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Q, 1947

  • Box 28
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R, 1947

  • Box 29
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Recommendations, 1947

  • Box 29
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Requests, 1947

  • Box 29
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S, 1947

  • Box 29
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T, 1947

  • Box 29
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Tobacco, 1947

  • Box 29
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Tuberculosis Hospital - Newport, 1947

  • Box 29
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U, 1947

  • Box 30
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Unanswered Letters (2 folders), 1947

  • Box 30
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V, 1947

  • Box 30
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Veterans Loans, 1947

  • Box 30
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W, 1947

  • Box 30
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X - Y - Z, 1947

  • Box 30
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Legislation, 1947

Banking and Currency, 1947

  • Box 30
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Bills Introduced, 1947

  • Box 30
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Stream Pollution (2 folders), 1947

  • Box 30
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1948

A, 1948

  • Box 31
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B (2 folders), 1948

  • Box 31
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C, 1948

  • Box 31
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Commodity Credit Corporation, 1948

  • Box 31
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Condolence, 1948

  • Box 31
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Congratulation and Appreciation, 1948

  • Box 31
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Contributions, 1948

  • Box 31
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D, 1948

  • Box 31
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E, 1948

  • Box 31
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F, 1948

  • Box 32
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Flood Control Projects, 1948

  • Box 32
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Football Tickets, 1948

  • Box 32
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Fort Thomas Veterans Hospital, 1948

  • Box 32
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G, 1948

  • Box 32
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Grain Allocations, 1948

  • Box 32
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H, 1948

  • Box 32
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Invitations, 1948

  • Box 32
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J, 1948

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K, 1948

  • Box 33
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L, 1948

  • Box 33
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M, 1948

  • Box 33
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N, 1948

  • Box 33
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O, 1948

  • Box 33
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P - Q, 1948

  • Box 33
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R, 1948

  • Box 33
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Requests, 1948

  • Box 33
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S (2 folders), 1948

  • Box 34
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T - U, 1948

  • Box 34
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Tobacco, 1948

  • Box 34
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V, 1948

  • Box 34
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W, 1948

  • Box 34
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X - Y - Z, 1948

  • Box 34
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Young, Lula D., 1948

  • Box 34
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Legislation, 1948

Banking and Currency, 1948

  • Box 34
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Bills Introduced, 1948

  • Box 34
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Stream Pollution, 1948

  • Box 34
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1949

A, 1949

  • Box 35
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Applications, 1949

  • Box 35
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B (2 folders), 1949

  • Box 35
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C, 1949

  • Box 35
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Condolence, 1949

  • Box 35
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Congratulation and Appreciation, 1949

  • Box 35
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Contributions, 1949

  • Box 35
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D, 1949

  • Box 35
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E, 1949

  • Box 35
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F, 1949

  • Box 35
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Football Tickets, 1949

  • Box 35
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Fort Thomas Veterans Hospital, 1949

  • Box 35
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G, 1949

  • Box 36
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H, 1949

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I, 1949

  • Box 36
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Invitations, 1949

  • Box 36
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J, 1949

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K, 1949

  • Box 36
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L, 1949

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M (2 folders), 1949

  • Box 36
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N, 1949

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O, 1949

  • Box 37
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P - Q, 1949

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R, 1949

  • Box 37
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Recommendations (2 folders), 1949

  • Box 37
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Requests, 1949

  • Box 37
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S, 1949

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T, 1949

  • Box 37
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Tobacco, 1949

  • Box 38
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U - V, 1949

  • Box 38
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W, 1949

  • Box 38
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Y - Z, 1949

  • Box 38
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Legislation, 1949

Banking and Currency, 1949

  • Box 38
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Bills Introduced, 1949

  • Box 38
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Economic Stabilization Act, 1949

  • Box 38
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Flood Control, 1949

  • Box 38
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Housing and Slum Clearance, 1949

  • Box 38
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Miscellaneous, 1949

  • Box 38
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Rent Control, 1949

  • Box 38
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Stream Pollution, 1949

  • Box 38
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1950

A, 1950

  • Box 39
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B (2 folders), 1950

  • Box 39
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C (2 folders), 1950

  • Box 39
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Condolence, 1950

  • Box 39
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Congratulation and Appreciation, 1950

  • Box 39
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Contributions, 1950

  • Box 39
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D, 1950

  • Box 39
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E, 1950

  • Box 39
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Endorsements, 1950

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F, 1950

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Fort Thomas Hospital, 1950

  • Box 40
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G, 1950

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H, 1950

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Invitations, 1950

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J, 1950

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K, 1950

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L, 1950

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M (2 folders), 1950

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N - O, 1950

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P, 1950

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R, 1950

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Recommendations, 1950

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Requests, 1950

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S, 1950

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T, 1950

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Tobacco, 1950

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U - V, 1950

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W, 1950

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X - Y - Z, 1950

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Legislation, 1950

Banking and Currency, 1950

  • Box 42
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Bills Introduced, 1950

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Flood Control, 1950

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Postal Service, 1950

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Rent Control, 1950

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Stream Pollution, 1950

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1951

A, 1951

  • Box 43
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B (2 folders), 1951

  • Box 43
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C, 1951

  • Box 43
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Campbell County Hospital, 1951

  • Box 43
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Condolence, 1951

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Congratulation and Appreciation, 1951

  • Box 43
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Contributions, 1951

  • Box 43
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D, 1951

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E, 1951

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F, 1951

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Foreign Policy, 1951

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Fort Thomas Hospital, 1951

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G, 1951

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H, 1951

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I, 1951

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Invitations, 1951

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J, 1951

  • Box 44
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K, 1951

  • Box 44
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L, 1951

  • Box 45
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M (2 folders), 1951

  • Box 45
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N, 1951

  • Box 45
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O, 1951

  • Box 45
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P - Q, 1951

  • Box 45
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R (2 folders), 1951

  • Box 45
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Recommendations, 1951

  • Box 46
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Requests, 1951

  • Box 46
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S (2 folders), 1951

  • Box 46
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T, 1951

  • Box 46
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Tobacco, 1951

  • Box 46
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U, 1951

  • Box 46
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Unanswered, 1951

  • Box 46
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V, 1951

  • Box 46
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W, 1951 January-June

  • Box 46
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W, 1951 July-December

  • Box 47
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X - Y - Z, 1951 July-December

  • Box 47
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Legislation, 1951

Banking and Currency, 1951

  • Box 47
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Bills Introduced, 1951

  • Box 47
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Flood Control, 1951

  • Box 47
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Miscellaneous, 1951

  • Box 47
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Selective Service, 1951

  • Box 47
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Stream Pollution, 1951

  • Box 47
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1952

A, 1952

  • Box 48
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Airport - Greater Cincinnati, 1952

  • Box 48
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Atomic Enegry Plant, 1952

  • Box 48
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B, 1952

  • Box 48
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C, 1952

  • Box 48
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Condolence, 1952

  • Box 48
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Congratulation and Appreciation, 1952

  • Box 48
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Contributions, 1952

  • Box 48
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D, 1952

  • Box 48
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E, 1952

  • Box 48
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F, 1952

  • Box 48
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Fifth District, Ky. Officials, 1952

  • Box 48
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Fluorspor, 1952

  • Box 48
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Football Tickets, 1952

  • Box 48
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G, 1952

  • Box 49
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H, 1952

  • Box 49
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I, 1952

  • Box 49
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Invitations, 1952

  • Box 49
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J, 1952

  • Box 49
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K, 1952

  • Box 49
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L, 1952

  • Box 49
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M (2 folders), 1952

  • Box 49
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N - O, 1952

  • Box 50
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P, 1952

  • Box 50
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R, 1952

  • Box 50
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Recommendations, 1952

  • Box 50
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Requests, 1952

  • Box 50
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S, 1952

  • Box 50
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T, 1952

  • Box 50
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Tobacco, 1952

  • Box 50
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Unanswered, 1952

  • Box 51
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V, 1952

  • Box 51
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W, 1952

  • Box 51
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X - Y - Z, 1952

  • Box 51
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Legislation,1952

Banking and Currency, 1952

  • Box 51
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Bills Introduced, 1952

  • Box 51
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Flood Control, 1952

  • Box 51
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1953

A, 1953

  • Box 52
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Airport - Greater Cincinnati, 1953

  • Box 52
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B, 1953

  • Box 52
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C, 1953

  • Box 52
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Condolence, 1953

  • Box 52
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Congratulation and Appreciation, 1953

  • Box 52
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Contributions, 1953

  • Box 52
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D, 1953

  • Box 52
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Democratic National Committee (2 folders), 1953

  • Box 52
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E, 1953

  • Box 52
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F, 1953

  • Box 52
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Football Tickets, 1953

  • Box 52
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G, 1953

  • Box 53
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H, 1953

  • Box 53
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I, 1953

  • Box 53
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Invitations, 1953

  • Box 53
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J, 1953

  • Box 53
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K, 1953

  • Box 53
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L, 1953

  • Box 53
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M, 1953

  • Box 53
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Mary Inglis Highway, 1953

  • Box 53
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N, 1953

  • Box 53
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O, 1953

  • Box 53
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P - Q, 1953

  • Box 53
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P.M.A. Fifth District Personnel, 1953

  • Box 53
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R, 1953

  • Box 54
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Recommendations, 1953

  • Box 54
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S, 1953

  • Box 54
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Stream Pollution, 1953

  • Box 54
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T, 1953

  • Box 54
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U, 1953

  • Box 54
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Unanswered, 1953

  • Box 54
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V, 1953

  • Box 54
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W, 1953

  • Box 54
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X - Y - Z, 1953

  • Box 54
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Legislation, 1953

Banking and Currency, 1953

  • Box 54
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Bills Introduced, 1953

  • Box 54
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Flood Control, 1953

  • Box 54
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Tobacco, 1953

  • Box 54
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1954

A, 1954

  • Box 55
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ASC and Farm Bureau Personnel, 1954

  • Box 55
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B, 1954

  • Box 55
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C, 1954

  • Box 55
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Congratulation and Appreciation, 1954

  • Box 55
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Contributions, 1954

  • Box 55
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Condolence, 1954

  • Box 55
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D, 1954

  • Box 55
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Democratic National Committee, 1954

  • Box 55
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E, 1954

  • Box 55
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F, 1954

  • Box 55
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Football Tickets, 1954

  • Box 55
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G, 1954

  • Box 55
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G.S.A. Moving Contract, 1954

  • Box 55
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H - I, 1954

  • Box 56
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Invitations, 1954

  • Box 56
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J - K, 1954

  • Box 56
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Kentucky Hotel Association, 1954

  • Box 56
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L, 1954

  • Box 56
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M, 1954

  • Box 56
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N - O - P, 1954

  • Box 56
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R, 1954

  • Box 56
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Recommendations, 1954

  • Box 56
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Requests, 1954

  • Box 56
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S, 1954

  • Box 56
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T, 1954

  • Box 57
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Unanswered, 1954

  • Box 57
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V - W, 1954

  • Box 57
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Y, 1954

  • Box 57
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Legislation, 1954

Banking and Currency (2 folders), 1954

  • Box 57
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Bills Introduced, 1954

  • Box 57
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Cuccoluto, Auguste (Deportation case), 1954

  • Box 57
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Flood Control, 1954

  • Box 57
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Tobacco, 1954

  • Box 57
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1955

A, 1955

  • Box 58
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B, 1955

  • Box 58
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C, 1955

  • Box 58
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Condolence, 1955

  • Box 58
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Congratulation and Appreciation, 1955

  • Box 58
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Contributions, 1955

  • Box 58
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D, 1955

  • Box 58
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E - F, 1955

  • Box 58
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Fort Thomas Hospital, 1955

  • Box 58
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G, 1955

  • Box 58
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H - I, 1955

  • Box 58
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Invitations, 1955

  • Box 58
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J - K, 1955

  • Box 58
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L, 1955

  • Box 58
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M, 1955

  • Box 58
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N - O, 1955

  • Box 59
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P, 1955

  • Box 59
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R, 1955

  • Box 59
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Recommendations, 1955

  • Box 59
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S, 1955

  • Box 59
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T - U - V, 1955

  • Box 59
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W - Z, 1955

  • Box 59
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Legislation, 1955

Banking and Currency (2 folders), 1955

  • Box 60
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Bills Introduced, 1955

  • Box 60
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Flood Control (3 folders), 1955

  • Box 60
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Tobacco, 1955

  • Box 60
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1956

A, 1956

  • Box 61
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B (2 folders), 1956

  • Box 61
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C, 1956

  • Box 61
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Campaign, 1956

  • Box 61
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D, 1956

  • Box 61
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E - F, 1956

  • Box 61
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Football Tickets, 1956

  • Box 61
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G, 1956

  • Box 61
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H, 1956

  • Box 61
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I - J - K, 1956

  • Box 61
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L, 1956

  • Box 61
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M, 1956

  • Box 62
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N - O, 1956

  • Box 62
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P - Q, 1956

  • Box 62
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R, 1956

  • Box 62
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S, 1956

  • Box 62
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T, 1956

  • Box 62
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T.V.A., 1956

  • Box 62
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U - V, 1956

  • Box 62
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W - Z, 1956

  • Box 62
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Legislation, 1956

Banking and Currency (2 folders), 1956

  • Box 63
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Bills Introduced, 1956

  • Box 63
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Corps of Engineers, Kentucky, 1956

  • Box 63
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Tobacco, 1956

  • Box 63
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1957

A, 1957

  • Box 64
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AFL-CIO - Policy Statements, 1957

  • Box 64
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Agriculture, Department of, 1957

  • Box 64
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Applications for Jobs, 1957

  • Box 64
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American Bankers Association, 1957

  • Box 64
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American Red Cross, 1957

  • Box 64
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Army, Navy and Air Force, Departments of, 1957

  • Box 64
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B, 1957

  • Box 64
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C, 1957

  • Box 64
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Colleagues - Correspondence, 1957

  • Box 64
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Commerce, Department of (2 folders), 1957

  • Box 64
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Condolence, 1957

  • Box 65
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Congratulation and Appreciation, 1957

  • Box 65
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Congressional Daily, 1957

  • Box 65
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Contributions, 1957

  • Box 65
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Corps of Army Engineers, 1957

  • Box 65
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D, 1957

  • Box 65
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Defense, Department of, 1957

  • Box 65
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Democratic National Committee, 1957

  • Box 65
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E - F, 1957

  • Box 65
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Equal Rights for Women, 1957

  • Box 65
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Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., 1957

  • Box 65
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Federal Housing Administration, 1957

  • Box 65
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Federal National Mortgage Association, 1957

  • Box 65
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Federal Power Commission, Ky. Cases, 1957

  • Box 65
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Federal Reserve System - Board of Governors, 1957

  • Box 65
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Football Tickets, 1957

  • Box 66
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G, 1957

  • Box 66
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General Services Administration, 1957

  • Box 66
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H, 1957

  • Box 66
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Health, Education and Welfare, Department of, 1957

  • Box 66
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House of Representatives Disbursing Office, 1957

  • Box 66
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House of Representatives - Office of Clerk, 1957

  • Box 66
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House of Representatives - Stationery Room, 1957

  • Box 66
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Housing and Home Finance Agency, 1957

  • Box 66
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I - J, 1957

  • Box 66
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Interior, Department of, 1957

  • Box 66
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Invitations, 1957

  • Box 66
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Justice, Department of, 1957

  • Box 67
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K, 1957

  • Box 67
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Kentucky - Agriculture, 1957

  • Box 67
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Kentucky Associations, 1957

  • Box 67
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L, 1957

  • Box 67
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Labor, Postoffice, Department of, 1957

  • Box 67
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Library of Congress, 1957

  • Box 67
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M, 1957

  • Box 67
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N - O - P, 1957

  • Box 67
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Newport Housing Commission, 1957

  • Box 67
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R, 1957

  • Box 67
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S, 1957

  • Box 67
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Small Business Association, 1957

  • Box 67
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State, Department of, 1957

  • Box 68
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Supreme Court, 1957

  • Box 68
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T, 1957

  • Box 68
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Tito's Visit - Protests, 1957

  • Box 68
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Tobacco, 1957

  • Box 68
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Treasury, Department of, 1957

  • Box 68
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Unanswered, 1957

  • Box 68
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U.S. Tax Court, 1957

  • Box 68
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V - W, 1957

  • Box 68
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Legislation, 1957

Agriculture (2 folders), 1957

  • Box 69
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Appropriations Committee (2 folders), 1957

  • Box 69
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Banking and Currency (4 folders), 1957

  • Box 69
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Banking and Currency (12 folders), 1957

  • Box 70
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Bills Introduced, 1957

  • Box 70
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Budget, 1957

  • Box 71
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Coulouris, Menelaos (Private Bill), 1957

  • Box 71
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Defense Production Joint Committee, 1957

  • Box 71
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Flood Control, 1957

  • Box 71
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Foreign Affairs, 1957

  • Box 71
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Foreign Aid, 1957

  • Box 71
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Government Operations, 1957

  • Box 71
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Health, Education and Welfare (3 folders), 1957

  • Box 71
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Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, 1957

  • Box 71
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Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee (3 folders), 1957

  • Box 71
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Judiciary Committee (3 folders), 1957

  • Box 72
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Miscellaneous, 1957

  • Box 72
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Post Office Committee (2 folders), 1957

  • Box 72
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Public Works Committee, 1957

  • Box 72
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Veterans Affairs (2 folders), 1957

  • Box 72
To top

Ways and Means Committee, 1957

  • Box 72
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1958

A, 1958

  • Box 73
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AFL-CIO, 1958

  • Box 73
To top

Agriculture, Department of, 1958

  • Box 73
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Army, Department of, 1958

  • Box 73
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B (2 folders), 1958

  • Box 73
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Bonar, Claude, 1958

  • Box 73
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C (2 folders), 1958

  • Box 73
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Chamber of Commerce, 1958

  • Box 74
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Colleagues, 1958

  • Box 74
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Condolence, 1958

  • Box 74
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Congratulation and Appreciation, 1958

  • Box 74
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Congressional Record, 1958

  • Box 74
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Contributions, 1958

  • Box 74
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Commerce, Department of, 1958

  • Box 74
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Corps of Engineers, 1958

  • Box 74
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D, 1958

  • Box 74
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Defense, Department of, 1958

  • Box 74
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Democratic National Committee, 1958

  • Box 74
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E, 1958

  • Box 74
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Eisenhower, Dwight D. - State of Union Messages, 1958

  • Box 74
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Export-Import Bank of Washington, 1958

  • Box 74
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F, 1958

  • Box 75
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Federal Home Loan Bank Board, 1958

  • Box 75
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Federal Housing Administration, 1958

  • Box 75
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Federal Reserve System, 1958

  • Box 75
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Football Tickets, 1958

  • Box 75
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G, 1958

  • Box 75
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General Services Administration, 1958

  • Box 75
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Graham, Thomas Cor., 1958

  • Box 75
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H, 1958

  • Box 75
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Health, Education and Welfare, Department of, 1958

  • Box 75
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House of Representatives - Office of Clerk, 1958

  • Box 75
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House of Representatives - Stationery Room, 1958

  • Box 75
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I, 1958

  • Box 75
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Invitations, 1958

  • Box 75
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J, 1958

  • Box 76
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Justice, Department of, 1958

  • Box 76
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K, 1958

  • Box 76
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Kenton County Interstate Road Dispute, 1958

  • Box 76
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Kentucky - Fifth District - Foreign Trade Study, 1958

  • Box 76
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L, 1958

  • Box 76
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M, 1958

  • Box 76
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N, 1958

  • Box 76
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Navy, Department of, 1958

  • Box 76
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O, 1958

  • Box 76
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Ohio Valley Improvement Association, 1958

  • Box 76
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P - Q, 1958

  • Box 76
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Politics - Kentucky - Fifth District, 1958

  • Box 76
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Post Office Department, 1958

  • Box 76
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R, 1958

  • Box 77
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S (2 folders), 1958

  • Box 77
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Soil Conservation, 1958

  • Box 77
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Small Business Association, 1958

  • Box 77
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T, 1958

  • Box 77
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Tobacco, 1958

  • Box 77
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Treasury, Department of, 1958

  • Box 77
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U, 1958

  • Box 77
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Unanswered Letters, 1958

  • Box 77
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V, 1958

  • Box 78
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W, 1958

  • Box 78
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Y - Z, 1958

  • Box 78
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Legislation, 1958

Agriculture (3 folders), 1958

  • Box 78
To top

Appropriation (2 folders), 1958

  • Box 78
To top

Armed Services, 1958

  • Box 78
To top

Banking and Currency (2 folders), 1958

  • Box 78
To top

Banking and Currency (6 folders), 1958

  • Box 79
To top

Bills Introduced, 1958

  • Box 79
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Education and Labor Committee (3 folders), 1958

  • Box 79
To top

Government Operations, 1958

  • Box 80
To top

Interior Committee (2 folders), 1958

  • Box 80
To top

Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee (4 folders), 1958

  • Box 80
To top

Miscellaneous, 1958

  • Box 80
To top

Post Office Committee, 1958

  • Box 81
To top

Public Works Committee, 1958

  • Box 81
To top

Unamerican Activities Committee, 1958

  • Box 81
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Veterans Affairs Committee, 1958

  • Box 81
To top

Ways and Means Committee (4 folders), 1958

  • Box 81
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1959

A, 1959

  • Box 84
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Agriculture Yearbook, 1959

  • Box 84
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B, 1959

  • Box 84
To top

C, 1959

  • Box 84
To top

Colleagues, 1959

  • Box 84
To top

Condolence, 1959

  • Box 84
To top

Congressional Daily, 1959

  • Box 84
To top

Contributions, 1959

  • Box 84
To top

Corps of Engineers, 1959

  • Box 84
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D, 1959

  • Box 84
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E, 1959

  • Box 84
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F, 1959

  • Box 85
To top

Fort Thomas Hospital, 1959

  • Box 85
To top

G, 1959

  • Box 85
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H, 1959

  • Box 85
To top

Health, Education and Welfare, Department of, 1959

  • Box 85
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Home Loan Bank Record, 1959

  • Box 85
To top

House of Representatives (2 folders), 1959

  • Box 85
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Housing and Home Finance Agency, 1959

  • Box 85
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Invitations, 1959

  • Box 85
To top

J, 1959

  • Box 85
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Justice Department, 1959

  • Box 85
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K, 1959

  • Box 85
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L, 1959

  • Box 85
To top

M, 1959

  • Box 85
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N - O, 1959

  • Box 85
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P - Q, 1959

  • Box 85
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R, 1959

  • Box 85
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R.E.A. - Kentucky, 1959

  • Box 85
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Requests, 1959

  • Box 85
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S, 1959

  • Box 85
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Statements, Speeches, News Releases, 1959

  • Box 85
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T, 1959

  • Box 85
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Thank You Letters, 1959

  • Box 85
To top

Tobacco, 1959

  • Box 85
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Treasury Department, 1959

  • Box 85
To top

U - V, 1959

  • Box 85
To top

Veterans Administration, 1959

  • Box 85
To top

W - Z, 1959

  • Box 85
To top

Legislation, 1959

Agriculture, 1959

  • Box 82
To top

Armed Services Committee, 1959

  • Box 82
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Balanced Budget, 1959

  • Box 82
To top

Banking and Currency (2 folders), 1959

  • Box 82
To top

Bills Introduced, 1959

  • Box 82
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Education and Labor Committee (4 folders), 1959

  • Box 82
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Inhumane Trapping, 1959

  • Box 82
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Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee (2 folders), 1959

  • Box 82
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Judiciary Committee, 1959

  • Box 83
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Miscellaneous, 1959

  • Box 83
To top

Post Office and Civil Service Committee, 1959

  • Box 83
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Veterans Affairs, 1959

  • Box 83
To top

Ways and Means Committee (3 folders), 1959

  • Box 83
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1960

A, 1960

  • Box 87
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AFL-CIO, 1960

  • Box 87
To top

Agricultural Yearbook, 1960

  • Box 87
To top

Agriculture, Department of, 1960

  • Box 87
To top

Applications for Jobs, 1960

  • Box 87
To top

B, 1960

  • Box 87
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C, 1960

  • Box 87
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Campaign, 1960

  • Box 87
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Census, Bureau of, 1960

  • Box 87
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Civil Aeronautics Board, 1960

  • Box 87
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Coal, 1960

  • Box 87
To top

Colleagues, 1960

  • Box 88
To top

Communism Questionnaire, 1960

  • Box 88
To top

Condolence, 1960

  • Box 88
To top

Contributions, 1960

  • Box 88
To top

Corps of Engineers (3 folders), 1960

  • Box 88
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D, 1960

  • Box 88
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Defense, Department of, 1960

  • Box 88
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Democratic National Committee, 1960

  • Box 88
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E, 1960

  • Box 88
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F, 1960

  • Box 88
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Federal Agencies, 1960

  • Box 88
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G, 1960

  • Box 89
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H, 1960

  • Box 89
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Health, Education and Welfare, Department of, 1960

  • Box 89
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House of Representatives - Disbursing Office, 1960

  • Box 89
To top

House of Representatives - Stationery Room, 1960

  • Box 89
To top

Invitations (2 folders), 1960

  • Box 89
To top

ICC - Time Zone Change, 1960

  • Box 89
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J - K, 1960

  • Box 89
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Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, 1960

  • Box 89
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Kentucky - Constitutional Convention, 1960

  • Box 89
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Kentucky - Farm Bureau Federation, 1960

  • Box 89
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Kentucky Legislation - Bonus and Sales Tax, 1960

  • Box 89
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L, 1960

  • Box 89
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Labor, Department of, 1960

  • Box 89
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M, 1960

  • Box 90
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N - O, 1960

  • Box 90
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P - Q, 1960

  • Box 90
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Post Office Department, 1960

  • Box 90
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Presidential Campaign, 1960

  • Box 90
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R, 1960

  • Box 90
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R.E.A. - Kentucky, 1960

  • Box 90
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Requests, 1960

  • Box 90
To top

S, 1960

  • Box 90
To top

Small Business Administration (2 folders), 1960

  • Box 94
To top

T, 1960

  • Box 94
To top

Taft Broadcasting Company Editorials, 1960

  • Box 94
To top

Thank You Letters, 1960

  • Box 94
To top

Tobacco, 1960

  • Box 94
To top

Treasury, Department of, 1960

  • Box 94
To top

V, 1960

  • Box 94
To top

W, 1960

  • Box 94
To top

Legislation, 1960

Agriculture, 1960

  • Box 91
To top

Appropriations Committee, 1960

  • Box 91
To top

Banking and Currency (2 folders), 1960

  • Box 91
To top

Education and Labor Committee (6 folders), 1960

  • Box 91
To top

Foreign Relations Committee, 1960

  • Box 91
To top

Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, 1960

  • Box 92
To top

Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee (3 folders), 1960

  • Box 92
To top

Judiciary Committee, 1960

  • Box 92
To top

Kentucky General Assembly, 1960

  • Box 92
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Miscellaneous, 1960

  • Box 92
To top

Port of New York Authority, 1960

  • Box 92
To top

Postoffice and Civil Service Committee (3 folders), 1960

  • Box 92
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Public Works Committee, 1960

  • Box 92
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Veterans Affairs, 1960

  • Box 93
To top

Ways and Means Committee (5 folders), 1960

  • Box 93
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1961

A, 1961

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AFL-CIO, 1961

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Agriculture, Department of, 1961

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Agriculture Year Book, 1961

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Air Force, Department of, 1961

  • Box 95
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Applications for Jobs, 1961

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Army, Department of, 1961

  • Box 95
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Atomic Energy Commission, 1961

  • Box 95
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B, 1961

  • Box 95
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C, 1961

  • Box 95
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Census, Bureau of, 1961

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Chamber of Commerce, 1961

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Civil and Defense Mobilization, 1961

  • Box 95
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Corps of Engineers (2 boxes), 1961

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D, 1961

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Defense, Department of, 1961

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Democratic National Committee, 1961

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E - F, 1961

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Federal Aviation Agency, 1961-1962

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Federal Deposit Insurance Agency, 1961-1962

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G, 1961

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H, 1961

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Health, Education and Welfare, Department of, 1961

  • Box 96
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Housing, 1961

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Housing and Home Finance Agency, 1961-1962

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Interior, Department of, 1961

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Internal Revenue Service - Data Processing Plant, 1961

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Interstate Commerce Commission, 1961-1962

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Invitations, 1961

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J - K, 1961

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Justice, Department of, 1961-1962

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Kennedy, John F. Messages to Congress, 1961-1962

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L - M, 1961

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Library of Congress, 1961-1962

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N - O - P - Q, 1961

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Peace Corps, 1961

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R, 1961

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R.E.A., 1961

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Requests, 1961-1962

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S, 1961

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Selective Service, 1961

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Small Business Association, 1961-1962

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Treasury, Department, 1961-1962

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T - U - V, 1961

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W - Y - Z, 1961

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Walker, Edwin A., Major Gen., 1961

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Legislation, 1961

Agriculture (2 folders), 1961

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Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Project, 1961

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Alcoholic Beverages - Advertisements, 1961

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Appropriations (2 folders), 1961

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Armed Services, 1961

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Ballots - National Federation of Ind. Business, 1961

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Banking, 1961

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Communism, 1961

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Cuba, 1961

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Education and Labor Committee, 1961

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Education and Labor Committee (7 folders), 1961

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Education and Labor Committee (6 folders), 1961

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Foreign Affairs (3 folders), 1961

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Impeachment - Earl Warren, 1961

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Interior and Insular Affairs, 1961

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Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee (4 folders), 1961

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Judiciary Committee, 1961

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Miscellaneous, 1961

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Obscene Literature, 1961

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Post Office and Civil Service Committe (4 folders), 1961

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Public Works, 1961

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Railroads, 1961

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Rules Committee, 1961

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Unamerican Activities Committee, 1961

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Veterans Affairs (3 folders), 1961

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Ways and Means Committee (2 folders), 1961

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Ways and Means Committee (7 folders), 1961

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1962

A, 1962

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AFL-CIO, 1962

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Agriculture, Department of, 1962

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Airport - Greater Cincinnati, 1962

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Army, Department of, 1962

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B, 1962

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B&O - C&O Merger, 1962

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C, 1962

  • Box 107
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Campaign (2 folders), 1962

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Congressional Daily, 1962

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D, 1962

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Defense, Department of, 1962

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Democratic Club - Kenton County, 1962

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Democratic National Committee (2 folders), 1962

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E - F, 1962

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Floods, 1962

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Fort Thomas - Army Reserve Center, 1962

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G, 1962

  • Box 108
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H, 1962

  • Box 108
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Hartman, Morgan T. Strebel, 1962

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Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (3 folders), 1962

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Highway, Circumferential - Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, 1962

  • Box 108
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Internal Revenue Service (4 folders), 1962

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Invitations (4 folders), 1962

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Invitations (2 folders), 1962

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J - K, 1962

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L - M, 1962

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N - O - P, 1962

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National Science Foundation Awards, 1962

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Northern Kentucky Area Planning Commission, 1962

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Peace Corps, 1962

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Pendleton County Hospital, 1962

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R, 1962

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Requests, 1962

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S, 1962

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Stapleton, Paul, 1962

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State, Department of, 1962

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T - U - V, 1962

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W, 1962

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White House, 1962

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Legislation, 1962

Agriculture (3 folders), 1962

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Appropriations, 1962

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Armed Services, 1962

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Ballots - National Federation of Ind. Business, 1962

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Communism, Letters on, 1962

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Cuba, Letters on, 1962

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Education and Labor (3 folders), 1962

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Federal Highways, 1962

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Fluoridation of Water, 1962

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Foreign Affairs (2 folders), 1962

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Government Operations, 1962

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Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, 1962

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Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee (6 folders), 1962

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Judiciary Committee, 1962

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Merchant Marine and Fish Hatcheries Committee, 1962

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Miscellaneous, 1962

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Post Office and Civil Service (5 folders), 1962

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Public Works Committee, 1962

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Veterans Affairs (2 folders), 1962

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Veterans Affairs, 1962

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Ways and Means Committee (4 folders), 1962

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Ways and Means Committee (9 folders), 1962

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Newspaper clippings, 1904-1967, undated

1947-1962

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1904, 1951-1964, undated

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1904, 1915, 1958-1967, undated

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Scrapbook - newspaper clippings, 1961-1962

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Scrapbook - newspaper clippings, 1962

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United States News magazine with Brent Spence cover, 1946 July 19

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Academics - Military and Navel, 1935-1962

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Academy, Air Force, 1955-1962

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Government documents, 1904-1962

U.S. Congress - House - Laws of the United States relating to the coinage - Washington, G.P.O.; Supplement - Washington G.P.O., 1904, 1912

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - National Banks - Miscellaneous Hearings before the Banking and Currency Committee - 71st to 74th Congresses - Committee prints, bound together, 1930-1936

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - National Housing Act - Hearings before the Banking and Currency Committee - 73d Congress, 2d Session, on H.R. 9620 - Unrevised committee print, 1934 May-June

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Federal Monetary Authority - Hearings before the Banking and Currency Committee - 73d Congress, 2d Session, 1934 January-March

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Banking Act of 1935 - Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency - 74th Congress, 1st session - Corrected print, 1935 February-April

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Amendment of 1939 to the U.S. Housing Act - Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency - 75th Congress, 1st session - Committee prints, 1939 June-July

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Owen, Robert L. - National economy and the banking system of the United States - Washington G.P.O., 1939

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U.S. Congress - House - Banking and Currency Committee - Extension of price control act - Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency - 78th Congress, 2d session, v.2 - Committee print, 1944 May

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - 1945 Stabilization Extension Act - Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency - 79th Congress, 1st session - Committee print, 1945 June

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Reports and public laws - Reports of the Committee on Banking and Currency - 79th Congress, 1st and 2d sessions, 1945-1946

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Miscellaneous hearings - Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency - 79th Congress, 1st and 2d sessions - Committee prints, bound together, 1945-1946

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Miscellaneous hearings - Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency - 80th Congress, 1st and 2d sessions - Committee prints, bound together, 1947-1948

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Government Credit - Economic Stabilization Aids - Inflaction Control - Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency - 80th Congress, 1st and 2d sessions - Committee prints, bound together, 1947 March

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Rationing and price control of sugar - Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency - 80th Congress, 1st session - Committee print, 1947 March

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Housing and rent control - Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency - 80th Congress, 1st session, 1947 March

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Purchase of government securities by reserve banks - Government credit - Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency - 80th Congress, 1st session - Committee print, 1947 March-June

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Extension of second decontrol act - Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency - 80th Congress, 2d session - Committee print, 1948 February-March, May

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Federal reincorporation of commodity credit corporation - Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency - 80th Congress, 2d session - Committee print, 1948 April

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - General housing - Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency - 80th Congress, 2d session - Committee print, 1948 May-June

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Defense Production Act Amendment of 1952 Pts. 1 and 2 - Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency - 82d Congress, 2d session - Committee prints, 1952 April-May

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - International Finance Corporation - Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency - 84th Congress, 1st session - Committee print, 1955

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Area Assistance Act of 1956 - Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency - 84th Congress, 2d session - Committee print, 1956

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Committee - Defense Production Act - Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency - 84th Congress, 2d session - Committee print, 1956

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Federal Reserve Act, 1913 - McFadden Act, 1927 - Banking Act of 1933 - Banking Act of 1925 - Bank Holding Company Act, 1956 - Reports and Slip laws, 85th Congress, 2d session, 1958

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Financial Institutions Act of 1951, Parts I and II - Hearings of the Committee on Banking and Currency - 85th Congress, 1st and 2d sessions - Committee prints, 2 v., 1957-1958

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Community facilities and mortgage credit - Second mortgage practices - Hearings and reports of subcommittee on housing - 85th Congress, 1st session - Committee prints, bound together, 1957

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Export Control Act Extension - Defense Production Act Extension - Federal Reserve Act Amendment - Hearings, reports and public laws - 85th Congress, 2d session - Committee prints, bound together, 1958

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Export-Import Bank Loans - Increase Lending Authority of Export-Import Bank - Hearings, reports and public laws - 85th Congress, 1st and 2d sessions - Committee prints, bound together, 1957-1958

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Small Business Act - House report, conference report and public law - 85th Congress, 1st and 2d sessions - Committee prints, bound together, 1957-1958

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Small Business Act of 1953 - FNMA borrowing authority - Savings and loan holding companies - Hearings, reports and public laws - 85th Congress - Committee prints, bound together, 1957-1958

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Legislation to relieve unemployment - Hearings, reports and public law - 85th Congress, 2d session - Committee prints, bound together, 1958

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Slum clearance and related housing problems - Hearings of the subcommittee on housing - 85th Congress, 2d session - Committee print, 1958

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Housing Act of 1957 - House report, conference report and public law - 85th Congress, 1st session - Committee prints, bound together, 1957

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Housing Act of 1958 - Hearings, house report, proposed changes in law - 85th Congress, 2d session - Committee prints, bound together, 1958

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Housing Act of 1959 - Hearings, reports and public law - 86th Congress, 1st session - Committee prints, bound together, 1959

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Area Redevelopment Act - Hearings, reports and document (veto) - 86th Congress, 1st session - Committee prints, bound together, 1959

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Technical amendments in national bank laws - Lending powers of national banks - Hearings, reports and public laws - 86th Congress, 1st session - Committee prints, bound together, 1959

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Small Business Act Amendments - Hearing, report and public law - 86th Congress, 1st session - Committee prints, bound together, 1959

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Bretton Woods Agreement Act - Background, documents, hearings, house report, conference report, public law - 86th Congress, 1st session - Committee prints, bound together, 1959

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Inter-American Development Bank - Hearing, report and public law - 86th Congress, 1st session - Committee prints, bound together, 1959

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Savings and Loan Holding Companies - Hearing, report and public law - 86th Congress, 1st session - Committee prints, bound together, 1959

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Federal Credit Union Act - Hearing, report and public law - 86th Congress, 1st session - Committee prints, bound together, 1959

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Member Bank Reserve Requirements - Hearing, report, conference report and public law - 86th Congress, 1st session - Committee prints, bound together, 1959

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Federal Deposit Insurance Act International Development Association Act - Hearings, reports and public laws - 86th Congress, 2d session - Committee prints, bound together, 1960

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Federal Reserve Bank Stock Retirement - Federal Reserve Act Amendment - Hearings, report and public law - 86th Congress, 2d session - Committee prints, bound together, 1960

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Miscellaneous hearings, reports, public laws and medals - 86th Congress, 2d session - Committee prints, bound together, 1960

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Housing Act of 1960 and Emergency Home Ownership Act - Hearings, reports, public laws, and committee print - 86th Congress, 2d session - Committee prints, bound together, 1960

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - International Finance Corporation - Old Series Currency Act - Federal Home Loan Bank Act - National Bank Legislation - Hearings, reports and public laws - 87th Congress, 1st session - Committee prints, bound together, 1961

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Urban Mass Transportation - Promotion of U.S. Exports - Hearings, reports and public laws - 87th Congress, 1st session - Committee prints, bound together, 1961

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Housing Act of 1961 - Hearings, reports, committee prints and public laws - 87th Congress, 1st session - Committee prints, bound together, 1961

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Area Redevelopment Act - Small Business Investment Act - Hearings, reports and public laws - 87th Congress, 1st session - Committee prints, bound together, 1961

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U.S. Treasury Department - Comptroller of the Currency - 99th annual report of the Comptroller of the Currency - Washington, G.P.O., 1961-1962

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U.S. Congress - House - Committee on Banking and Currency - Unveiling of a portrait of the Honorable Brent Spence, chairman of the Committee on Banking and Currency of the U.S. House of Representatives - Proceedings - Washington, G.P.O., 1962 September 27

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Congressional Record, Vol. 113, No. 146, 1967 September 18

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Pamphlets, 1942-1962

AFL-CIO - Industrial Union Department - Legislative Review of the 87th Congress, 1st session, undated

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Cannon, Clarence - An anvil that has worn out many hammers - Congress and its traducers, speeches of Hon. Clarence Cannon of Missouri in the House of Representatives - Washington, G.P.O., 1942, 1944, 1946

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Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati - 24th annual report, 1956

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International Bank for Reconstruction and Development - World Bank - Loans at Work, 1960

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International Bank for Reconstruction and Development - World Bank - 17th Annual Report, 1961-1962

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International Development Association - Annual Report, 1961-1962

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International Finance Corporation - 6th Annual Report, 1961-1962

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International Monetary Fund - The 1st 10 Years, 1956

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National Coal Policy Conference, Inc. - Congress speaks on domestic fuels, oil imports, national security, 1962

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National Federation of Independent Business, Inc. - Results of national survey of small business on President Kennedy's 1961 tax revision program, 1961

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U.S. Department of the Army - Army-Industry Team - Procurement information kit, 1961

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U.S. Department of Commerce - Bureau of the Census - Congressional District Atlas of the U.S., 1960

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U.S. Department of Commerce - Bureau of the Census - Map - Congressional Districts for the 88th Congress (includes redistricting actions to July 1, 1962), 1962

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U.S. Federal Home Loan Bank Board - Report for the year ending Dec. 31, 1957, 1958

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U.S. Federal Housing Administration - FHA Regulations - Project Mortgage Insurance, etc., 1961

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U.S. Federal Housing Administration - Housing for you when you are 62 - What FHA does about it, 1961

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U.S. General Accounting Office - Comptroller General - Federal Home Loan Bank Board audit report for fiscal years ended June 30, 1955 and 1956, 1957

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U.S. Savings and Loan League - Fact book, 1958

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U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission - 27th annual report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1961, 1962

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U.S. Congress - Senate - Committee on Labor and Public Welfare - Area Redevelopment Act - Report of Senate Committee - 84th Congress, 2d session, 1956

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U.S. Small Business Administration - 16th semiannual report for 6 months ending June 30, 1961, 1961

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Correspondence, 1887-1967

Correspondence with constituents, 1959-1962

1959

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1960

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A-L, 1961

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M-Z, 1961

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A-K, 1962

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L-Z, 1962

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Personal correspondence, 1887-1966, undated

1887-1949, undated

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1960-1966

  • Box 183, folder 7-8
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Professional correspondence, 1914-1967

1914-1967

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Scrapbook of correspondence about retirement, 1962

  • Box 184, folder 3
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Service cases, 1945-1962

1945

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A-Q, 1946

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R-Z, 1946-1948

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1951-1954

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1955-1956

  • Box 145
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1957-1960

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1961-1962

  • Box 147
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Veterans Administration, 1931-1962

A - Barker, 1931-1962

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Barnes - Bi, 1931-1962

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Boan - Brill, 1931-1962

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Brink - Cavitt, 1931-1962

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Cecil - Conr, 1931-1962

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Cook - Curtain, 1931-1962

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D - Dow, 1931-1962

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Dr - E, 1931-1962

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F, 1931-1962

  • Box 156
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G - Gregory, 1931-1962

  • Box 157
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Gressle - Haynes, 1931-1962

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Head - Hix, 1931-1962

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Ho - Hy, 1931-1962

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I - Key, 1931-1962

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Ki - Ku, 1931-1962

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L, 1931-1962

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Mc - Marz, 1931-1962

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Mas - Moss, 1931-1962

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Mo - N, 1931-1962

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O - Pe, 1931-1962

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Pf - Q, 1931-1962

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Ra - Roe, 1931-1962

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Rog - Schna, 1931-1962

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Schne - Sipple, 1931-1962

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Sis - Ster, 1931-1962

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Ster - Th, 1931-1962

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Ti - V, 1931-1962

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Wa - Wig, 1931-1962

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Wil - Woods, 1931-1962

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Wool - Z, 1931-1962

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Railroad retirement cases, 1937-1962

A - H, 1937-1962

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I - Q, 1937-1962

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R - Z, 1937-1962

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Photographs, 1860s-1962, undated

General photographs, 1860s-1962, undated

Philip B. Spence, Lieutenant General Polk's staff, Mobile, Alabama, circa 1860s

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Brent Spence, 1952 April 4

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Brent Spence, 1952 April 4

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Boy with fishing pole and fish, 1963 November

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Brent Spence portrait, undated

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Claudia (family friend), circa 1963

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Five unidentified young men, undated

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Austrian Foreign Minister Gruber talking with Minister Meyer, Chief ECA Special mission, at Ambassador Donnelly's Cocktail party, undated

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Congressman Nicholson chatting with Ambassador Donnelly, undated

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Attending a briefing on Austrian problems at U.S. Embassy, undated

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Conversing at American Embassy, left to right Congressman Barrett, Congressman Brent Spence, and Ambassador Donnelly, undated

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Ambassador Donnely chatting with Congressman Barrett at the American Embassy, undated

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Ambassador Donnelly shaking hands with Congressman Fugate, undated

  • Box 186, item 15
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Chairman Brent Spence shaking hands with Deputy High Commissioner Dowling, undated

  • Box 186, item 16
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Chairman Brent Spence, Deputy High Commissioner Dowling and Tulln base commander, Colonel Guillet, passing guard of honor, undated

  • Box 186, item 17
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Arrival at Tulln Air Base, undated

  • Box 186, item 18
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Honor Guard on departure from Tulln Air Base, Brent Spence is second from left, undated

  • Box 186, item 19
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John Wilson postcard, undated

  • Box 186, item 20
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Unidentified World War I army group somewhere in France, undated

  • Box 186, item 21
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Brent Spence (right) with unidentified group, undated

  • Box 186, item 22
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Congressman Burton says goodbye as members board plane for Rome, undated

  • Box 186, item 23
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Colonel Guillet, Commanding Officer Tulln Air Base talking to Chairman Spence, Mrs. Barriere (light jacket) and Mr. Hallahan prior to take-off, undated

  • Box 186, item 24
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Chairman Brent Spence discussing plant production with manager Gagern at Simmering-Graz-Pauker factory, undated

  • Box 186, item 25
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Inspecting railway coaches at the Simmering-Graz-Pauker factory. In foreground left to right are Congressman Brent Spence, Mr. Sherwood, Congressman Fugate, and Congressman Burton, undated

  • Box 186, item 26
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Congressman Fugate discussing machine with Machinist Johann Straka at Simmering-Graiz-Pauker factory, undated

  • Box 186, item 27
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Congressman Fugate and Mr. Sherwood trying out seat of new coach at Simmering-Graz-Pauker Factory, undated

  • Box 186, item 28
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Meeting Austrian Chancellor Figl, undated

  • Box 186, item 29
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Luncheon given in honor of US visitors by Austrian Minister of Finance, Dr. Eugene Margaretha, at International House, undated

  • Box 186, item 30
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Austrian Minister of Finance Dr. Margarethe speaking with Chairman Brent Spence at International House Luncheon. At right is Minister Meyer, Chief, ECP Special Mission to Austria, undated

  • Box 186, item 31
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Chairman Brent Spence shaking hands with Chancellor Figl at Chancellery as Ambassador Donnelly looks on, undated

  • Box 186, item 32
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Congressman Barrett speaking with Vice Chancellor Schaerf, Chancellor Figl, and Ambassador Donnelly at Chancellery, undated

  • Box 186, item 33
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Congressman Hay speaking with Vice Chancellor Schaerf, Chancellor Figl, and Ambassador Donelly at Chancellery, undated

  • Box 186, item 34
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Mr. Hallahan speaking with Vice Chancellor Schaerf and Chancellor Figl at Austrian Chancellery, undated

  • Box 186, item 35
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Congressman Burton speaking with Vice Chancellor Schaerf, Chancellor Figl, and Ambassador Donnelly at Chancellery, undated

  • Box 186, item 36
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Congressman Fugate speaking with Vice Chancellor Schaerf, Chancellor Figl, and Ambassador Donnelly at Chancellery, undated

  • Box 186, item 37
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Mr. Sherwood talking with Vice Chancellor Schaerf, Chancellor Figl, and Ambassador Donnelly at Chancellery, undated

  • Box 186, item 38
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Vice Chancellor Schaerf, Congressman Brent Spence, Chancellor Figl and Ambassador Donnelly at Chancellery, undated

  • Box 186, item 39
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Calling on Chancellor Figl ar Mr. Barriere, Congressman Burton, Mr. Sherwood, Ambassador Donnelly and Mr. Imhoff, undated

  • Box 186, item 40
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Chancellor Figl discussing Austrian problems with visitors at Chancellery, undated

  • Box 186, item 41
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Austrian Chancellor Figl welcoming the US visitors at Chancellery, undated

  • Box 186, item 42
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Chancellor Figl chatting with Congressman Barret at Ambassador Donnelly's cocktail party, undated

  • Box 186, item 43
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Chairman Brent Spence talking with Chancellor Figl at Ambassador Donnelly's cocktail party, undated

  • Box 186, item 44
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Brent Spence (middle) Cunard White Star Liner Queen Elizabeth, arrival, 1951 December 10

  • Box 187, item 45
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Major Kevin Carrigan explaining fueling system of the Nike Missile to Prince Chahran of Iran, 1957 September 13

  • Box 187, item 46
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Brent Spence portrait, circa 1960s

  • Box 187, item 47
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Brent Spence (second from right) receiving Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks life membership, 1960

  • Box 187, item 48
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Brent Spence with his portrait in the House Banking and Currency Committee Room, circa 1962

  • Box 187, item 49-51
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Signing of Atomic Energy Pact with Kentucky, Brent Spence back row, third from left, 1962

  • Box 187, item 52
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House Banking and Currency Committee, Second Session, 8th Congress, Brent Spence, back row, eighth from right, 1962

  • Box 187, item 53
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Portrait of Brent Spence, by Gholson. Portrait hung in the Banking and Currency Committee Room of the House of Representatives Office Building, 1962

  • Box 187, item 54
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Brent Spence (right), undated

  • Box 187, item 55
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Brent Spence (left) shaking hands, undated

  • Box 187, item 56
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Cunard White Star Liner Queen Elizabeth, world's largest ship, 1951

  • Box 187, item 57
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Brent Spence (left) in group, undated

  • Box 187, item 58
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Brent Spence, undated

  • Box 187, item 59
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Group photograph, Brent Spence (standing, middle), undated

  • Box 187, item 60
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Brent Spence, undated

  • Box 187, item 61
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Signed photograph dedicated to Brent Spence, undated

  • Box 187, item 62
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Brent Spence (right) speaking to group, undated

  • Box 187, item 63
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Brent Spence (right), undated

  • Box 187, item 64-65
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Brent Spence (second from right), undated

  • Box 187, item 66
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Group photograph in front of airplane, undated

  • Box 187, item 67
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Brent Spence, undated

  • Box 187, item 68
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Manual Arts Therapy, Veterans Administration Hospital, Fort Thomas, Kentucky, undated

  • Box 187, item 69
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Group photograph, Brent Spence first row, far left), undated

  • Box 187, item 70
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Brent Spence (left) shaking hands, undated

  • Box 187, item 71
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Brent Spence (right) with Hon. Jesse P. Wolcott, undated

  • Box 187, item 72
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Congressman Brent Spence (second from left) with Mrs. Brooks, Mrs. Kramer, and Mrs. Frey, undated

  • Box 187, item 73
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Brent Spence (left) with Mr. John Hurley, presentation of Kentucky Colonel Commission to Mr. Hurley, undated

  • Box 187, item 74
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Brent Spence portrait, undated

  • Box 187, item 75-78
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Portrait of unidentified young man, possibly the son of P. B. Spence, U.S. Consul, Brent Spence at Quebec, 1893

  • Box 187, item 79
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President John F. Kennedy at unidentified building dedication, Brent Spence is in the second row with head down moving to his seat, undated

  • Box 187, item 80
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Photograph album, 1949-1962, undated

Brent Spence (left) with Hon. Tighe E. Woods, Housing Expediter, appearing before the House Banking and Currency Committee about extension of Rent Control Act, 1949 February 7

  • Box 187, item 81
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Brent Spence (left) with Senator John J. Sparkman and Senator Burnet R. Maybank, Conferees on Rent Control Act Extension, 1949 March 27

  • Box 187, item 82
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Brent Spence (left) with Senator Burnet R. Maybank, Chairman of Senate Banking and Currency Committee, and Senator John R. Sparkman, 1950 January 4

  • Box 187, item 83
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Brent Spence (third from left) with Congressman Noble J. Gregory, Senator Thruston B. Morton, Secretary of State Dean Acheson, Senator John S. Cooper, Congressman James S. Golden, Congressman Joe B. Bates, Congressman Thomas Underwood, Congressman Carl D. Perkins, 1950 April 3

  • Box 187, item 84
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Brent Spence (left) with Walter D. Shultz, President Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati, 1950 April 12

  • Box 187, item 85
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Brent Spence (right) with Congressman Harold D. Cooley, discussing Economic Control Bill, 1950 August 10

  • Box 187, item 86
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Brent Spence (right) with Hon. Michael DiSalle, Price Stabilizer, 1951 October 9

  • Box 187, item 87
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Brent Spence (left) with Major General Parmer W. Edwards and Congressman Kenneth Gray, 1957 August 2

  • Box 187, item 88
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Brent Spence (left) with Major General Parmer W. Edwards and Congressman Kenneth Gray, 1957 August 2

  • Box 187, item 89
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Brent Spence (seated in car) with Congressman Kenneth Grey, 1957 August 2

  • Box 187, item 90
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Congressman William H. Natcher's opening day in the House, circa 1953

  • Box 187, item 91
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Brent Spence (second from right) with Mr. Stephen Slipher, Hon. Claude G. Bonar, and Mr. John Busker at 1959 Legislative Conference, 1959

  • Box 187, item 92
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Brent Spence (middle) with Hon. Claude G. Bonar, and Mr. John Busker at 1959 Legislative Conference, 1959

  • Box 187, item 93
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Participants in the National Chamber's Finance Industry Staff Conference in Washington, Brent Spence seated third from right, 1959 November 12

  • Box 187, item 94
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Brent Spence (second from right) receiving life membership in Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, 1960

  • Box 187, item 95
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Brent Spence (second from right) with Mr. Sam Fleming (ABA VP), Lee P. Miller, Mr. Ben Corlett, and Mr. Carl Bimson (ABA Pres.) at the 86th Annual Convention of the American Bankers Association, 1960 September 20

  • Box 187, item 96
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Brent Spence (third from right) with President John F. Kennedy (middle), 1961 September 14

  • Box 187, item 97
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Brent Spence (left) with Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, circa 1962

  • Box 187, item 98
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House Banking and Currency Committee, Second Session, 87th Congress, Chairman Spence, back row, eighth from right, 1962

  • Box 187, item 99
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Signing of Atomic Energy Pact with Kentucky, Brent Spence (back row, third from left), 1962

  • Box 187, item 100
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Highland High School bands salute to Brent Spence, 1962 October 12

  • Box 187, item 101
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Brent Spence (right) with group, undated

  • Box 187, item 102
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Brent Spence (middle) with Mr. Bass and Mr. Wolcott, undated

  • Box 187, item 103
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Brent Spence (right) being presented with certificate for distinguished service, undated

  • Box 187, item 104
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Brent Spence (second from right) being presented with certificate for distinguished service, undated

  • Box 187, item 105
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Brent Spence (second from left) with Dr. Howard L. Bevis, Mr. John C. Mindermann, Mr. Don L. Tobin, and Mr. W. Megrue Brock, undated

  • Box 187, item 106
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Brent Spence (middle) with Congressman Gregory and Senator Morton, undated

  • Box 187, item 107
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Brent Spence (second from left) with group, undated

  • Box 187, item 108
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Brent Spence (middle) with Mr. Bob Blumlein, Miss Ewald, unknown, Claude G. Bonar, John Busker, and Irving Marcus, undated

  • Box 187, item 109
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Unidentified group, undated

  • Box 187, item 110
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Presentation of visitors badge to Brent Spence (middle) by A.C. Kaiser, President fo the Kentucky Federation of Labor and Edward H. Weyler, undated

  • Box 187, item 111
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Brent Spence (left) with Mr. William K. Divers, undated

  • Box 187, item 112
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Brent Spence (second from right) with Hon. Gilbert W. Kingsbury, Miss Ruth Bennett, unknown, and Miss Hazel Schumacher, undated

  • Box 187, item 113
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Brent Spence (right) with Mr. Henry A. Bubb, undated

  • Box 187, item 114
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Portrait of Brent Spence, undated

  • Box 187, item 115
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Brent Spence (left) with Mr. John Hurley at the Presentation of Kentucky Colonel Commission to Mr. Hurley, undated

  • Box 187, item 116
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Brent Spence (left) with group, undated

  • Box 187, item 117
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Portrait of Brent Spence, undated

  • Box 187, item 118
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Brent Spence (second from left) with Mrs. Brooks, Mrs. Kramer and Mrs. Frey, undated

  • Box 187, item 119
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Brent Spence (middle) with Claude G. Bonar and John Busker, undated

  • Box 187, item 120
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Brent Spence (left) with Mr. James Ware, undated

  • Box 187, item 121
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Brent Spence (right) with Mr. Robert Lewis, UAW, undated

  • Box 187, item 122
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Brent Spence (right) with Congressman Ralph B. Harding (left) and unidentified man, undated

  • Box 187, item 123
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Brent Spence (right) with Congressman Ralph R. Harding (left) and unidentified man, undated

  • Box 187, item 124
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Signed portrait of Henry B. Steagall, undated

  • Box 187, item 125
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Brent Spence (left) with group, undated

  • Box 187, item 126
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Unidentified group, undated

  • Box 187, item 127
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Brent Spence (left) with unidentified group, undated

  • Box 187, item 128
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Brent Spence (second from right) with group, undated

  • Box 187, item 129
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Brent Spence giving a speech, undated

  • Box 187, item 130
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Brent Spence (second from right) with Mr. John Whisman, Area Redevelopment Coordinator, Kentucky, Thomas Graham Sr., and Mr. John Hurley, SBA, undated

  • Box 187, item 131
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Brent Spence (third from left) with President John F. Kennedy (seated), undated

  • Box 187, item 132
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Brent Spence (standing, middle) with group, undated

  • Box 187, item 133
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Brent Spence (left) with Mr. A. Whitehouse and Congressman Paul Brown, undated

  • Box 187, item 134
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Brent Spence (seated third from right) with group, undated

  • Box 187, item 135
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Brent Spence (left) with Hon. Jesse P. Wolcott signed by Jesse P. Wolcott with dedication to Brent Spence, undated

  • Box 187, item 136
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Photograph album - Dedication of the Ohio River Section Covington Flood Wall, 1952 November 15

Brent Spence (right) at the dedication of the Ohio River Section of the Covington flood wall, 1952 November 15

  • Box 187, item 137
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Brent Spence (middle) at the dedication of the Ohio River Section of the Covington flood wall, 1952 November 15

  • Box 187, item 138
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Brent Spence standing at the dedication of the Ohio River Section of the Covington flood wall, 1952 November 15

  • Box 187, item 139
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Brent Spence (right) at the dedication of the Ohio River Section of the Covington flood wall, 1952 November 15

  • Box 187, item 140
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Brent Spence (second from right) at the dedication of the Ohio River Section of the Covington flood wall, 1952 November 15

  • Box 187, item 141
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Brent Spence (right) at the dedication of the Ohio River Section of the Covington flood wall, 1952 November 15

  • Box 187, item 142
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School band at the dedication of the Ohio River Section of the Covington flood wall, 1952 November 15

  • Box 187, item 143
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Brent Spence (middle) at the dedication of the Ohio River Section of the Covington flood wall, 1952 November 15

  • Box 187, item 144
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Brent Spence (third from left) at the dedication of the Ohio River Section of the Covington flood wall, 1952 November 15

  • Box 187, item 145
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Unidentified group at the dedication of the Ohio River Section of the Covington flood wall, 1952 November 15

  • Box 187, item 146
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Unidentified group at the dedication of the Ohio River Section of the Covington flood wall, 1952 November 15

  • Box 187, item 147
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Brent Spence (fourth from left) with group at the dedication of the Ohio River Section of the Covington flood wall, 1952 November 15

  • Box 187, item 148
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Brent Spence (second from right) at the dedication of the Ohio River Section of the Covington flood wall, 1952 November 15

  • Box 187, item 149
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Unidentified group at the dedication of the Ohio River Section of the Covington flood wall, 1952 November 15

  • Box 187, item 150
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Politics and elections, 1934-1962

House Bills introduced, 1961-1962

  • Box 184, folder 4
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Election materials, 1934-1960

  • Box 181, folder 1
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House of Representatives membership cards, 1955-1959

  • Box 184, folder 5
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Pen used by President Kennedy to sign Depressed Areas Bill, 1961

  • Box 184, folder 6
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Pen used by President Kennedy to sign the Housing Act of 1961, 1961

  • Box 184, folder 7
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Pen used by President Truman to sign the British Loan Bill, 1946 July 15

  • Box 184, folder 8
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Pen used by President Truman to sign Federal Credit Union Bill, undated

  • Box 184, folder 9
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Pen with which President Truman signed the Veterans Housing Act, 1946 May 22

  • Box 185, folder 6
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Political broadsides, 1960

  • Box OVF-26, folder 1
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President John F. Kennedy inauguration ceremonies invitation and program, 1961 January 20

  • Box 184, folder 11
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Press summary, House Banking and Currency Subcommittee, Vienna, Austria, 1951 November 17-20

  • Box 184, folder 12
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Program of ceremonies at the laying of the cornerstone of the Rayburn House Office Building, 1962 May 24

  • Box 184, folder 13
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Record of Congressman Brent Spence, 85th Congress, 1st Session, 1957

  • Box 184, folder 14
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Record of Congressman Brent Spence, 85th Congress, 2d Session, 1958

  • Box 185, folder 1
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Record of Congressman Brent Spence, 85th Congress, 2d Session, 1958

  • Box 185, folder 2
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Resolution of U.S. Savings and Loan League, Thanks to the Hon. Brent Spence, 1955 November 8

  • Box 185, folder 3
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Senate resolutions, 1963

  • Box 185, folder 4
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Unveiling ceremony in honor of Hon. Brent Spence and Hon. Jesse P. Wolcott, 1950 December 12

  • Box 185, folder 6
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Unveiling portrait of Chairman Brent Spence, Banking and Currency Committee, 1962 September 27

  • Box 185, folder 7
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WLW radio continuity sheets: Personalities in Your Government, 1954, 1957

  • Box 185, folder 8
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Scrapbooks, 1957-1965, undated

1960-1965, undated

  • Box 182, folder 1
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Scrapbook - 85th Congress, 1957-1958

  • Folder 182, folder 2
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Certificates, appointments, and diplomas, 1895-1917

Law diploma from Cincinnati College, 1895 May 28

  • Box 181, folder 3
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Kentucky Bar admission certificate, 1895 December 23

  • Box 185, folder 9
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Ohio Bar admission certificate, 1910 October 6

  • Box 185, folder 10
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Certificate for admittance to practice law before U.S. Supreme Court, 1917 February 1

  • Box 181, folder 3
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Assorted, 1861-1963, undated

Confederate currency, 1861, undated

  • Box 185, folder 12
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Dayton, Kentucky plat book, undated

  • Box 185, folder 11
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The Congressional Club Year Book , 1934

  • Box 185, folder 13
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Deed from James Glenn Estate to A.D. Brown, 1917 May 22

  • Box 185, folder 14
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Deed to James Taylor from Commonwealth of Virginia, 1787 April 20

  • Box 185, folder 15
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James T. Berry will, 1864 January 20

  • Box 185, folder 16
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James Taylor will, 1851 April 9

  • Box 185, folder 17
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James Taylor will, 1875 July 3

  • Box 185, folder 18
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Colonel James Taylor's will and codicils, 1879-1882

  • Box 185, folder 19
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Queen Victoria's approval of Philip Spence's appointment as Consul at Quebec, Canada, 1893 November 18

  • Box 185, folder 20
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Second Lieutenant of Infantry appointment certificate for Philip Spence, 1861 May 20

  • Box 185, folder 21
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Tariff reform speeches - printed material, 1886-1888

  • Box 185, folder 5
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Warranty deed from A.S. Berry, J.W. Walker, J.M. McArthur to Virginia Spence, 1893 August 11

  • Box 185, folder 22
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Assorted, 1950, 1962-1963, undated

  • Box 185, folder 22
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