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Guide to the Compton I. White, Jr. Papers 1963-1966

Sponsor: Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Overview of the Collection

Title: Papers
Creator: Compton I. White, Jr.
Dates: 1963-1966
Quantity: 29 linear feet
Abstract: Correspondence, legislative bills, pamphlets, notes, and other papers.
Identification: MG093
Language: English
Repository: University of Idaho Library Special Collections and Archives
Moscow, ID 83844-2351

Arrangement and Description

The respect for provenance, or original order, has determined the organization of these papers. Compton White organized his correspondence in three separate categories:1) Legislation by Subject. The folders are in alphabetical order by subject or congressional committee to which the bill was referred. Correspondence within each folder is roughly chronological2) Compton I. White, Jr.'s Bills. Each bill has a separate folder; the folders are in numerical order. The correspondence is in chronological order.3) Departments. The folders are in alphabetical order; the correspondence within each folder is in chronological order.Due to the duplication of subjects between the various series a subject index has been prepared for legislation and projects with which White was closely associated.

Scope and Content

The Congressional papers of Compton I. White, Jr., are contained in 29 file boxes. They consist mainly of the correspondence between White and his constituents on the many items of legislation before Congress from 1963 to 1966. All the bills introduced by White, the related bills introduced by other Congressmen and Senators as well as other bills on different subjects are included. In some instances mimeographed copies of statements presented to congressional committees are also included.

In assisting his constituents with their personal dealings with the government White wrote numerous letters to various federal and state agencies. This correspondence is included in a separate series as are the informational brochures these departments sent to White.


Administrative/Biographical History

Idaho's Democratic Congressman from the first district from 1963 to 1966, Compton Ignatius White, Jr., was born in Spokane, Washington, December 19, 1920. He was the son of Compton I. White, who was born in Louisiana and, as his son was to write in an article for the Centennial edition of the Lewiston Morning Tribune, arrived in Idaho Territory on July 1, 1890, just three days before the territory became a state; his mother was Josephine Elizabeth (Bunn) White.

Young Compton attended Clark Fork, Idaho, High School before moving to Washington, D.C., where his father was Idaho's congressional representative from the lst District. He graduated from Central High School in Washington, then attended George Washington University from 1938-1939. From 1939 to 1942 he studied mining engineering at the University of Idaho. In 1941 he became a flight engineer for Boeing Aircraft in Seattle. In 1946 he became manager of his father's mining operations and also took over the management of the family ranch in Clark Fork. On November 19, 1948 he married Florence Eulalia Waddell. They are the parents of six children, 5 sons and a daughter.

Compton White, Jr., began his political career at the age of eight when he attended the 1928 Democratic National Convention in Houston, Texas as an honorary alternate delegate. While living in Washington, D.C., he worked as a Congressional House Page. In 1962 he was elected to Congress as Representative from the first district of Idaho, succeeding Gracie Pfost who made an unsuccessful bid for the U.S. Senate. In his telegram of congratulations his opponent, Erwin Schwiebert, said "Congratulations on your victory and on achieving your ambitions to follow in your father's footsteps as a congressman from Idaho." Compton White, Sr. served in the 73rd-81st Congresses with the exception of the 80th (1933-46; 1949-50). White was re-elected for a second term in 1964. While serving in Congress he was a member of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, sitting also on its sub-committees on Mines and Mining, Indian Affairs, Irrigation and Reclamation, and Public Lands. He also served on the Committee on Banking and Currency, and its sub-committees on Internal Finance and Domestic Finance. In 1963 he attended the Geneva, Switzerland meetings of both the United Nations Committee on Tungsten (October 28-29) and the Seventh Session of the International Lead and Zinc Study Group (November 4-8) as a Congressional advisor to the U.S. Delegation. In 1965 and 1966 he was a member of the Public Land Law Review Commission.

In 1966 White lost his bid for a third term to James McClure; he was one of many Democrats who were defeated that year. He remained in Washington for a year as a consultant to the Treasury Department, then returned to his Clark Fork ranch. He ran against McClure in 1968, but again he lost. He served on the Clark Fork City Council from 1967 to 1976, and in 1974 made an unsuccessful attempt to gain a seat in the State Senate. After retiring from the city council he concentrated on the management of his ranch, "watching the trees grow taller, the cattle grow fatter and the land grow in value." (Lewiston Tribune, December 25, 1977).


Subjects

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the online catalog. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.

Government and Politics
Idaho

White, Compton Ignatius, 1920- --Archives.

Legislators -- United States -- Correspondence

U.S. Representative for Idaho, 1963-1966

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series I. Legislation (by Subject)
This series contains voluminous correspondence on almost all issues brought before the U.S. House of Representatives during the 88th and 89th Congresses, 1963-1966. The folders, arranged alphabetically by subject, contain letters from White's constituents, copies of his replies, printed copies of legislative bills, copies of statements presented before Congressional committees, pamphlets sent to White by organizations or constituents, and occasionally White's notes on meetings with other members of Congress.
There are many types of correspondence, individual letters, mimeographed form letters, and pre-printed postal cards. Most letters are requests to White to vote a certain way on a particular piece of legislation; often organizations would write thanking White for his support of legislation which was favorable to them. White frequently referred letters which expressed strong interest in or opinions on bills before Congressional committees to the committee chairmen who would often respond detailing committee progress on the bill. This correspondence also forms part of the collection.
Since a Congressman receives mail from so many people it was deemed impractical to keep a complete name file of all correspondents, although a partial file was maintained for organizations and correspondents who wrote on many subjects. Likewise a file was maintained for the miscellaneous and legislative material found in the folders.
The following is a list of the folders in each box. The folder numbers correspond to the numbers on the name index file cards. Where necessary the types of letters found or subjects covered is also included; mention is also made if a folder contains legislation. It should be mentioned that some subjects are contained in more than one folder.
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1/11/1Accelerated Public Works Program
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1/21/2Agriculture 1963
Subjects include feed grains and donable food (surplus food donated to schools, prisons, and other institutions). Several Department of Agriculture publications are included as are legislative bills.
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1/31/3Agriculture 1964-1966
Subjects include animal cruelty, meat inspection, community development, and farm legislation. Several legislative bills, including White's meat import limitation bill, are included.
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1/41/4Department of Agriculture ASC (Agricultural Stabilization & Conservation) 1966
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1/51/5Agriculture - Beef Imports. Two statements by Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman, and several legislative bills are included
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1/61/6Agriculture - Cotton. One legislative bill is included
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1/71/7Agriculture - Dairy. Several legislative bills designed to encourage adjustments in milk marketing are included
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1/81/8Agriculture - Farm Bill
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1/91/9Agriculture - Feed Grain Act
A copy of the Feed Grain Act of 1963 (H.R. 3874) is included.
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1/101/10Agriculture - Labor: Migratory Labor Bills
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1/111/11Agriculture - Livestock
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1/121/12Agriculture - Onions
Compton White's bill to permit the issuance of marketing orders for onions for canning or freezing is included.
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1/131/13Agriculture - Potatoes
Two legislative bills are included along with an American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research legislative analysis of a bill to prohibit futures trading in Irish potatoes.
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1/141/14Agriculture - Rural Electrification Administration
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1/151/15Agriculture - Soil Conservation
Along with one piece of legislation there are 1962 annual reports from the following soil conservation districts: Twin Falls, Weiser River, Lewis, Mud Lake, Portneuf, and Yellowstone.
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1/161/16Agriculture - Sugar Act
Several legislative bills to amend the Sugar Act, plus Senate Finance Committee hearings on sugar prices are present along with a U.S.D.A. Special Study of Sugar (1961).
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1/171/17Agriculture - Sugar Beets
Two annual reports of the Utah-Idaho Sugar Company (1962 & 1964) are included. White's bill to increase the amount of domestic sugar and mainland cane sugar which may be marketed during 1964, 1965 and 1966 is also present.
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1/181/18Agriculture - Watershed Protection & Flood Control
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1/191/19Agriculture - Wheat 1963
Many letters written in May and June concern the wheat referendum; many constituents were angry with White for sending out Grange material under his frank. Several U.S.D.A. publications are also included.
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2/202/20Agriculture - Wheat 1964
There are many form letters prepared by the Farm Bureau in opposition to compensatory payments mentioned in farm legislation; also mentioned frequently in letters is the sale of surplus wheat to Russia. Among the miscellaneous material included are U.S.D.A. news releases, White's new releases, U.S.D.A. publications and several pieces of legislation.
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2/212/21Agriculture - Wheat 1965
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2/222/22Agriculture - Wheat 1966
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2/232/23Agriculture - Wool
This folder contains correspondence from the Idaho Wool Growers Association and one legislative bill.
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2/242/24Air Pollution
Two House bills relating to air pollution are included.
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2/252/25Anti-dumping Act
Items in this folder are a legislative bill, Congressional Record reprints, and general information sheets.
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2/262/26Appropriations (General)
Subjects included are rent subsidies and the teacher corps.
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2/272/27Appropriations - Agriculture
Legislation. An appropriation bill and two statements by Compton White before the House Appropriations Committee are included.
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2/282/28Appropriations - Agriculture
The majority of letters concern a possible cut in the school lunch program. Many children at Canyon School in Cataldo, Idaho wrote individual letters to White requesting the continuance of this program. The appropriation for Land Grant College Extension Division also generated a great deal of correspondence.
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2/292/29Appropriations - Agriculture: Weed Research Laboratory
The folder includes one appropriation bill and a report on noxious weeds in the Columbia Basin.
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2/302/30Appropriations - Area Redevelopment Administration
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2/312/31Appropriations - Defense
The folder contains seven speeches of Indiana Congressman Earl Wilson dated November and December 1964.
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2/322/32Appropriations - Education
There are many letters concerning the school lunch program. Other subjects include vocational education, land grant colleges, and the Library Services & Construction Act. White's 1966 statement to the Appropriations subcommittee on Labor, Health, Education and Welfare is also included.
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2/332/33Appropriations: Federal Monies to Idaho
Contains charts, many from the files of Gracie Pfost (Congresswoman from Idaho 1953-1962), showing the amount of money various federal agencies spent in Idaho.
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2/342/34Appropriations - HEW
An appropriation bill and related committee report are included.
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2/352/35Appropriations - Interior
A copy of the appropriation bills for 1964 and 1966 and related committee reports are included.
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2/362/36Appropriations - Post Office
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2/372/37Appropriations - Public Works 1963-1964
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2/382/38Appropriations - Public Works 1965-1966
The report on the 1966 public works appropriation bill is included.
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2/392/39Appropriations - Public Works: Asotin Dam 1965
Contains the engineers' report "Traffic Projections for Asotin Pool"
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2/402/40Appropriations - Public Works: Bear River
Most letters are from Lloyd Dunn of Bear River Protective Committee. The bill to authorize the construction of the reclamation project and a feasibility report are also included.
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2/412/41Appropriations - Public Works: Burns Creek Dam
The folder contains statements from Gracie Pfost, Ralph Harding, and a request to change the name to Lynn Crandall Dam.
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3/423/42Appropriations - Public Works: Challis Creek Project
Contains the Bureau of Reclamation report on the project.
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3/433/43Appropriations - Public Works: Dworshak Dam
Contains an Idaho Legislature Senate Joint Memorial to change the name from Bruces Eddy Dam to Henry Dworshak Dam.
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3/443/44Appropriations - Public Works: Knowles Dam Project, Montana
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3/453/45Appropriations - Public Works: Lucky Peak Reservoir
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3/463/46Appropriations - Public Works: Mann Creek Reservoir Project
Contains Compton White's 1963 statement before the Public Works Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee on Idaho Dams.
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3/473/47Appropriations - Public Works: Ririe Dam
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3/483/48Appropriations - Public Works: Salmon River Basin
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3/493/49Appropriations - Public Works: Teton Dam
Contains statements by Senator Frank Church and Rep. George V. Hansen, and a joint memorial from the Idaho legislature regarding construction of the Lower Teton Project.
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3/503/50Appropriations - Soil Conservation Service. Contains annual reports from several soil conservation districts, two booklets and two legislative bills
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3/513/51Armed Services
There is a great deal of correspondence concerning the National Guard Technicians' retirement bill and salary increases for the military. There are statements of Lewis B. Hersey and a report of the Defense Dept. on the draft, plus a bill changing the method of computing retirement pay.
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3/523/52Armed Services Military Pay Bill
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3/533/53Atomic Energy
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3/543/54Attorney Fees
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3/553/55Budget
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3/563/56Christian Amendment
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3/573/57Civil Rights 1963
Much of the correspondence reveals a dislike for the proposed civil rights bill. H.R. 3139 (Civil Rights Act of 1963) is included.
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3/583/58Civil Rights 1964
Again, most letters are anti-civil rights legislation. One of the more interesting letters, dated March 20, 1964, is from White's cousin in Louisiana. Although she is against the bill she gently chides White for being in favor of it.
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3/593/59Civil Service Retirement Act
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3/603/60Disarmament
Contains Public Law 87-297: Arms Control & Disarmament Act (1961)
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3/613/61Disarmament - Test Ban
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3/623/62District of Columbia
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3/633/63Education 1963
Subjects include the Vocational Education Act; legislation is also included
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4/644/64Federal Aid to Education
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4/654/65Federal Aid to Education - Pro Private School
Among the correspondence are many letters from the sisters at St. Gertrude's Academy in Cottonwood. Another folder contains printed material distributed. by the Catholic Church.
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4/664/66Education 1964
Besides correspondence there are publications of the Idaho Department of Education and the National Education Association.
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4/674/67Education and Labor Committee 1964-1965
Among the subjects covered in this folder are right to work laws, the Higher Education Act of 1965, minimum wage, Library Services Act, Fair Labor Standards Act and mine safety. Several legislative bills are included.
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4/684/68Education and Labor Committee 1966
Among the subjects dealt with in this folder are the "War on Poverty", the controversy surrounding Adam Clayton Powell, the minimum wage, vocational education, Library Services & Construction Act, and the situs picketing bill. Several legislative bills are included.
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4/694/69Education and Labor Committee - Repeal of 14(b)
This folder deals with the right to work section of the Taft Hartley Law. It includes the House Report on H.R. 77 and the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research legislative analysis of the bills to repeal 14(b) of the National Labor Relations Act. (1965)
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4/704/70Education and Labor Committee - H.R. 2362
This folder contains material relating to the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965.
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4/714/71Education and Labor Committee - H.R. 10440
The material dealing with the Economic Opportunity Bill or Poverty Program, includes the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research analysis of the legislation.
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4/724/72Education and Labor Committee - Appalachian Act
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4/734/73Education and Labor Committee - Mine Safety
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4/744/74Education and Labor Committee - Truth in Packaging
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4/754/75Fair Trade
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4/764/76Farm programs
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4/774/77Federal Communications Commission
Most correspondence deals with the "fairness doctrine."
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4/784/78Federal Employees (Retired)
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4/794/79Firearms 1963-1964
Copies of both the House and Senate bills dealing with the registration of firearms are included.
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4/804/80Firearms 1965-1966
Unlike the previous folder there are some pro gun control letters.
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4/814/81Flood Control
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4/824/82Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act 1963
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5/835/83Foreign Affairs 1963
The subjects dealt with in this folder include disarmament, Vietnam, the United Nations, and the Cuban situation. The visit of President Betancourt of Venezuela to the U.S. and the proposed extradition of Jimenez generated a great deal of anti-communist correspondence.
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5/845/84Foreign Affairs 1964-1966
The subjects dealt with in this folder are Vietnam, Cuba, the communist threat, and the United Nations.
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5/855/85Foreign Affairs: Panama
The House Concurrent Resolution relating to the sovereignty treaty (1963) is included in the folder.
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5/865/86Foreign Affairs: Viet-Nam
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5/875/87Foreign Aid
Individual letters and petitions all urge White to vote against giving foreign aid to communist countries. The House report on the 1964 foreign aid appropriations bill is also included.
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5/885/88Foreign Policy
The correspondence deals mainly with Cuba.
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5/895/89Foreign Trade
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5/905/90Government Operations
Among the many subjects mentioned are the sale of federal surplus property to educational and health institutions, and the reorganization of the customs agency. There are several legislative items.
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5/915/91Grazing
Most material relates to the Boise National Forest. Legislation from the 86th and 88th Congresses is included.
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5/925/92Health and Welfare
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5/935/93Housing
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5/945/94House Administration Committee
Legislation relating to amending the Hatch Act is included.
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5/955/95Idaho
Correspondence relating to Idaho state politics and Idaho State Legislature joint memorials are contained in the two folders in this group.
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5/965/96Interior Committee - S. 1275 (Water Rights)
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5/975/97Interior and Insular Affairs
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5/985/98Interstate and Foreign Commerce 1963-1964
Among the subjects discussed in this folder are a labeling bill for motion pictures, aviation fees, and radio and TV editorials. There is a statement by the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission regarding the fairness doctrine, and several bills dealing with transportation.
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5/995/99Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee 1965-1966
Included among the subjects in this folder are the staffing of mental health centers, railroad retirement, fair labeling, box car shortages, licensing of radio stations, the humane treatment of animals and the presence of Russian fishing vessels along the Pacific coast. Several legislative bills are included.
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5/1005/100Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee - FCC legislation
This folder contains letters from radio broadcasters concerning the regulation of broadcast commercials and FCC license fees.
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5/1015/101Interstate Commerce Committee - Truth in Packaging
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5/1025/102Judiciary 1963-1965
Among the subjects included are Congressman Dickson's speech on the Montgomery Freedom March, an article on a law enforcement training program, the copyright bill as applied to juke boxes, and immigration and quota bills.
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6/1036/103Judiciary Committee 1966
The correspondence in this folder deals with the Miranda decision of the Supreme Court, the selection of a successor to the Director of the FBI, the housing section of the Civil Rights Bill, Youth Temperance Week, and a four year term for Congressmen.
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6/1046/104Judiciary Committee - Bible Reading 1964-1966
The 1964 correspondence contains a large amount of anti-Becker amendment sentiment, while most of the 1966 correspondence is in favor of the various amendments to allow Bible reading in the public schools. Also contained in this folder is White's 1964 statement before the committee.
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6/1056/105Judiciary Committee - Civil Rights
Most correspondence deals with the Title IV (property section) of the 1966 Civil Rights Bill.
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6/1066/106Judiciary Committee - Immigration
Correspondence deals with the 1965 bill to amend the Immigration and Nationality Act. The bill and House report are included.
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6/1076/107Judiciary Committee - Juan Pablo Astrano Zapata
Contained in this folder is the private immigration bill introduced by Sen. Frank Church (January 12, 1965).
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6/1086/108Judiciary Committee - Presidential Inability
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6/1096/109Judiciary Committee - Reapportionment
The folder includes two bills authored by Compton White and an American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research analysis of proposals relating to the reapportionment of state legislatures (1964).
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6/1106/110Judiciary Committee - Voting Rights 1965
Contains a copy of the proposed Voting Rights Act (H.R. 6400).
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6/1116/111Land and Water Conservation Fund Bill
Besides the correspondence, this folder contains Dept. of Interior press releases, cuttings from the Congressional Record, statements of Compton White before the House Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs (1963) and a copy of the proposed legislation.
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6/1126/112Labor
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6/1136/113Library Services Act
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6/1146/114Lumber 1963
Subjects covered include capital gains on timber, labeling of foreign timber and the proposed revision of lumber dimension standards.
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6/1156/115Lumber 1964
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6/1166/116Lumber 1965
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7/1177/117Lumber - Documents & Statements
Includes statements by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, the Forest Service, Compton White's 1963 analysis of the problems involved in the importation of lumber from Canada, publications of the National Lumber Manufacturers Association and Potlatch Forests, Inc., plus several legislative bills dealing with the use of foreign lumber.
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7/1187/118Majority Report
Three and a Half Years of Progress. June 1964. 123 p. The report of the Democratic leadership of the House on legislation passed during the Kennedy/Johnson Administration.
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7/1197/119Manpower Development and Training Act
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7/1207/120Mass Transit
This folder deals exclusively with the development of a mass transit system for Washington, D.C.
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7/1217/121Medicare
In addition to proposed legislation and several analyses of the health care for the aged problem by the Library of Congress Legislative Reference Service, there are many letters from doctors against the 1964 King-Anderson bill.
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7/1227/122Mental Health
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7/1237/123Merchant Marine and Fisheries
Correspondence deals with the transportation of U.S. goods in foreign ships and proposed legislation dealing with the protection of predatory animals.
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7/1247/124Mining 1963
Contains Henry L. Day's address to the Idaho Mining Association, July 18, 1963, "Mining Highlights of the Coeur d'Alene District," plus material on the stockpiling of minerals and metals.
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7/1257/125Mining 1964-1965
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7/1267/126Mining - Gold 1963
Includes several legislative bills involving the discovery and marketing of gold.
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7/1277/127Mining - Gold 1964-1965
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7/1287/128Mining - Lead Zinc 1963
Contains correspondence, articles and legislative bills.
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8/1298/129Mining - Lead Zinc 1964
In addition to correspondence the folders contain statements before the Tariff Commission and the House Armed Services Committee.
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8/1308/130Mining - Silver 1963
Various documents and statements, including White's 1963 statement before the Senate Banking and Currency Committee regarding H.R. 5389, and several legislative bills are included.
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8/1318/131Mining - Silver 1964
There is one folder of general correspondence, one folder of correspondence with J.B. Lynch which also contains several articles and newspaper clippings, and a third folder containing statements before the House Committee on Banking and Currency on the silver content of coins. There are also statements regarding the coin shortage. Legislative bills regarding the silver content of coins and the monetary value of silver are also included.
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8/1328/132Mining - Silver 1965-1966
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8/1338/133Miscellaneous
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8/1348/134National Federation of Independent Business
This folder consists of marked ballots registering opinions on current legislation. The forms are taken from the NFIB publication The Mandate.
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8/1358/135Nursing
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8/1368/136Oil Imports
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8/1378/137Organization of the Congress Joint Committee
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8/1388/138Mrs. Pfost's bills in the 87th Congress
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8/1398/139Philippine War Damage Claims
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8/1408/140Political Affairs 1963-1964
Subjects include the size of the House Rules Committee, U.N. involvement in Katanga, disarmament, and Carl McIntire's radio program "20th Century Reformation Hour."
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8/1418/141Post Office & Civil Service 1963
There is some correspondence on the sale of printed envelopes by the post office and also correspondence and legislation dealing with the Alaska Railroad.
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8/1428/142Postal Pay Increase 1963
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9/1439/143Post Office and Civil Service 1964
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9/1449/144Post office and Civil Service 1965-1966
Contains two items of proposed legislation dealing with salaries and retirement benefits.
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9/1459/145President's Messages to Congress
Contains messages of President Lyndon Johnson on such subjects as health, education, immigration, D.C. home rule, natural beauty, his farm program, the balance of payments, law enforcement, and Vietnam. They are dated from January 7, 1965 to July 29, 1965.
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9/1469/146Presidential Succession
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9/1479/147Public Works Committee
Contains legislation dealing with appropriations (1964), the Appalachian Regional Development Act (1964) and the Disaster Relief Act of 1965.
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9/1489/148Public Works Committee - Highway Beautification
Contains a great deal of proposed legislation in the 89th Congress.
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9/1499/149Quality Stabilization
Contains the proposed Quality Stabilization Act (1963).
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9/1509/150Railroads 1963
Correspondence includes discussions of compulsory arbitration. There are over 200 letters from Pocatello alone. Legislative material is also included.
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9/1519/151Resolutions - John F. Kennedy
These are possible memorials to the late President and include the Presidential library, a park of roses in Israel, a memorial in Coeur d'Alene, and a performing arts center in Washington, D.C.
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9/1529/152Rules Committee
Most correspondents are opposed to a permanent increase in the size of the committee from 12 to 15 members.
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9/1539/153Science and Astronautics
The only item is a letter in favor of the metric system.
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9/1549/154Security Exchange Act
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9/1559/155Selective Service
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9/1569/156Small Business
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9/1579/157Social Security
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9/1589/158Supreme Court
The subjects include Bible reading and prayer in the schools, and film censorship.
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10/15910/159Taxes 1963
White's constituents are concerned with a tax cut, repealing the excise tax on cosmetics and furs, and reducing the dividend tax. Numerous bills to amend the Internal Revenue Code are included.
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10/16010/160Taxes 1963
Tax reduction
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10/16110/161Taxes 1963
5% floor on deductions
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10/16210/162Taxes 1963
IRS Regulations. The correspondence in this folder deals with the restrictions on expense accounts and its effect on the restaurant business.
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10/16310/163Taxes 1964
Subjects dealt with include reduction in excise taxes, the Liberty Amendment (repeal of the 16th amendment), and tax reduction.
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10/16410/164Tennessee Valley Authority
The only item in this folder is an article on the TVA.
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10/16510/165Tobacco
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10/16610/166Trade
Subjects in this folder include higher tariffs on Japanese goods, a lower duty free allowance for Canadian goods, and the quality stabilization bill.
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10/16710/167Transportation
Items deal with uniform time legislation, contracts for transporting mail, and minimum rate regulations on common carriers.
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10/16810/168Un-American Activities Committee
Many of White's constituents are for increased appropriations for the committee, but a few feel it could be abolished. In 1965 many correspondents are calling for investigation of the Civil Rights Leaders.
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10/16910/169Unemployment Compensation
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10/17010/170Veterans 1963
Many letters are from World War I veterans seeking a better pension.
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10/17110/171Veterans 1964
These letters also deal with the Veterans' Pension Act.
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10/17210/172Veterans 1965
Letters deal with pensions, the proposed closure of some hospitals, and information of the "Cold War" GI bill. A number of legislative bills are included.
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10/17310/173Veterans 1966
Pensions and the Cold War GI bill are again predominant.
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10/17410/174Vivisection. There are very good letters from veterinarians and science teachers
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10/17510/175Water Pollution
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10/17610/176Water Resources Act. This folder includes correspondence, statements and legislation to establish water resource research centers at land-grant colleges
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11/17711/177Ways and Means Committee
Among the subjects discussed are the suspension of investment credit, the shortage of railroad boxcars, a possible ban on television broadcasting of professional football games on Friday nights in areas which have high school games scheduled, unemployment insurance and amendments to the fair trade expansion act. A number of legislative bills are included.
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11/17811/178Ways and Means Committee - Excise Taxes
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11/17911/179Ways and Means Committee - Granduc Mines, ltd. Correspondence concerns the Interest Equalization tax
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11/18011/180Ways and Means Committee - Medical Care: Social Security
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11/18111/181Ways and Means Committee - Social Security Amendments 1964
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11/18211/182Ways and Means Committee - Taxes
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11/18311/183Whip Notices
The folder contains a weekly calendar of legislation for 1963.
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11/18411/184Wilderness Bill 1963
Folder 1 contains correspondence; folder 2 concerns the Sawtooth National park and contains 15 different picture postcards with pre-printed messages. The third folder contains various publications and legislation.
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11/18511/185Wilderness 1964
Legislation and a copy of the hearings before the Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs complement the correspondence in this folder.
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11/18611/186Youth Conservation Camp, Idaho
Included with the correspondence are 8 photographs taken at the Youth Conservation Camp, Priest Lake, Idaho, summer 1961. There is also material on the Idaho Youth Ranch at Rupert.
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11/18711/187Youth Conservation Corps
Included is John F. Kennedy's special message on the nation's youth, February 14, 1964
Series II. Compton I. White, Jr.'s Bills
The three boxes in this series contain the bills introduced by Representatives White in the 88th and 89th Congresses. Usually each folder will contain, in addition to White's bill, companion bills, similar bills from previous legislatures, reports of government departments, records of hearings, statements of interested people before Congressional committees, and correspondence relating to the bill. By far the largest amount of material is found in connection with H.R. 4184, the silver coinage bill.
Only the bills are listed below; the extraneous material is noted on the file cards maintained for this archival group. The first date is the date the bill was introduced and referred to committee; the second is the date the bill was reported to the House of Representatives from the committee.
Series III. Departments
Many of Compton White's constituents wrote to him about problems they were having with the federal bureaucracy, whether it was obtaining a hardship discharge from the military service, requesting assistance in getting relatives into the United States from foreign countries, or requesting aid in straightening out problems with Social Security or the Veterans Administration. White always referred the constituent's letter to the proper federal agency and kept in touch with both the agency and his constituent until a final determination had been made in the case. The results may not always have been what the constituent had hoped for, but many expressed their gratitude to the Congressman for finally obtaining a decision.
Smaller communities often wrote White for assistance in obtaining federal funds for local improvement projects, usually water and sewer improvements. He would then write to the agency involved letting them know of his interest in the application. He continued to follow the progress of the application until the agency decided whether or not to fund the project.
Other special interest groups would write urging White to support the use of their product in federal programs. These letters were referred to the proper agency, but there is usually no follow-up correspondence.
In all cases the correspondence received from the federal departments, whether a brief letter of acknowledgment or a multi-paged report, is retained in the folders. Since most agencies sent at least one carbon copy of their correspondence, White was able to send a copy of all pertinent material to the constituent whose letter had initiated the contact. Also included are the informational brochures sent by the various agencies. The Department of the Treasury folder contains 13 photographs of Compton White's trip to Venezuela to sign the SWAP agreement and inspect a housing project.
Listed below are the folder headings; since most material deals with personal appeals for assistance, the contents of the folders are not mentioned, but are contained on the file cards maintained for this series.
The Department Folders are arranged alphabetically
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15Department of Agriculture 1963, 1964
15Department of Agriculture 1965, 1966
15Department of Agriculture Agricultural Marketing Service
15Department of Agriculture Agricultural Marketing Service. Dairy Division
15Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service
15Department of Agriculture Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service 1963
15Department of Agriculture Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service 1964-1966
15Department of Agriculture Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service. Grain Division 1963
15Department of Agriculture Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service. Grain Division 1964
15Department of Agriculture Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service. Grain Division 1965
15Department of Agriculture Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service. Grain Division 1966
15Department of Agriculture Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service. Soil Bank Division
15Department of Agriculture Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service Sugar Division
15Department of Agriculture Consumer & Marketing Service
15Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service
15Department of Agriculture Farmers Home Administration
15Department of Agriculture Federal Crop Insurance Corporation
15Department of Agriculture Foreign Agricultural Service 1963-1964
15Department of Agriculture Foreign Agricultural Service 1965-1966
15Department of Agriculture Forest Service 1963
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16Department of Agriculture Forest Service 1964
16Department of Agriculture Forest Service 1965
16Department of Agriculture Forest Service 1966
16Department of Agriculture Forest Service Access Roads
16Department of Agriculture Forest Service Forest Highway 31 (Idaho State Highway 29)
16Department of Agriculture. Forest Service. Sawtooth Wilderness
16Department of Agriculture. Rural Areas Development
16Department of Agriculture. Rural Electrification Administration 1963-1964
16Department of Agriculture. Rural Electrification Administration 1965-1966
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17Department of Agriculture. Soil Conservation Service 1963
17Department of Agriculture. Soil Conservation Service 1964
17Department of Agriculture. Soil Conservation Service 1965
17Department of Agriculture. Soil Conservation Service 1966
17Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
17Atomic Energy Commission
17Civil Aeronautics Board
17Civil Aeronautics Board. Coeur d'Alene Civil Service Commission
17Civil Service Commission. Bureau of Retirement Insurance
17Department of Commerce
17Department of Commerce. Area Redevelopment Administration 1963
17Department of Commerce. Area Redevelopment Administration 1964
17Department of Commerce. Area Redevelopment Administration 1965
17Department of Commerce. Area Redevelopment Administration. Benewah (Lumber) Cooperative
17Department of Commerce. Area Redevelopment Administration. Federal Fiber, inc., Grangeville, Idaho
17Department of Commerce. Area Redevelopment Administration. Lake Log Lumber, inc., Harrison, Idaho
17Department of Commerce. Area Redevelopment Administration. St. Maries Plywood Plant
17Department of Commerce. Area Redevelopment Administration. Schweitzer Basin
17Department of Commerce. Area Redevelopment Administration. Schweitzer Basin, new loan 1965
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18Department of Commerce. Business and Defense Services Administration
18Department of Commerce. Bureau of the Census
18Department of Commerce. Bureau of the Census. Taking of Census of Agriculture 1964
18Department of Commerce. Coast and Geodetic Survey
18Department of Commerce. Office of Economic Development
18Department of Commerce. Economic Development Program. Elmore County
18Department of Commerce. Economic Development Administration. Riverside Sewer District, Orofino
18Department of Commerce. Economic Development Administration. Weippe Application
18Department of Commerce. Bureau of International Commerce
18Department of Commerce. Maritime Administration
18Department of Commerce. National Inventors Council
18Department of Commerce. Patent Office
18Department of Commerce. Bureau of Public Roads
18Department of Commerce. Bureau of Public Roads Road Projects Near Hope, Idaho
18Department of Commerce. Bureau of Public Roads. Road Between Nordman and Copeland
18Department of Commerce. Bureau of Public Roads. Schweitzer Road
18Department of Commerce. Bureau of Public Roads. Lowman-Stanley Road
18Department of Commerce. Bureau of Public Roads. Road to High Mountain Sheep Dam
18Department of Commerce. Bureau of Standards
18Department of Commerce. Office of Technical Services
18Department of Commerce. Weather Bureau
18Comptroller of the Currency
18Department of Defense
18Department of Defense. Air Force 1963-1965
18Department of Defense. Air Force 1966
18Department of Defense. Air Force. Cottonwood Radar Station
18Department of Defense. Air Force. Mountain Home
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19Department of Defense. Army 1963-1964
19Department of Defense. Army 1965
19Department of Defense. Army 1966
19Department of Defense. Army Corps of Engineers 1963
19Department of Defense. Army Corps of Engineers 1964
19Department of Defense. Army Corps of Engineers 1965
19Department of Defense. Army Corps of Engineers 1966
19Department of Defense. Army Corps of Engineers. Camas Prairie Railroad Relocation
19Department of Defense. Army Corps of Engineers. Canyon Block - Clarkia, Elk River & St. Maries
19Department of Defense. Army Corps of Engineers. Clark Fork Flood Control Project
19Department of Defense. Army Corps of Engineers. Cottonwood Dam
19Department of Defense. Army Corps of Engineers. Dworshak Dam
19Department of Defense. Army Corps of Engineers. Dworshak Dam Road from Elk River
19Department of Defense. Army Corps of Engineers. Johnson Creek Recreation Area
19Department of Defense. Army Corps of Engineers. Libby Dam
19Department of Defense. Army Corps of Engineers. Lower Granite Dam
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20Department of Defense. Army Corps of Engineers. Port of Lewiston - Snake River
20Department of Defense. Army Corps of Engineers. Rampart Dam, Yukon River, Alaska 1965
20Department of Defense. Army Fort Bragg Trip March 8, 1963
20Department of Defense. Civil Defense
20Department of Defense. National Guard
20Department of Defense. Army & Air Force National Guard Bureau
20Department of Defense. Navy, Marine Corps
20Department of Defense. Navy 1963-1964
20Department of Defense. Navy 1965
20Department of Defense. Navy 1966
20Department of Defense. Navy. Research Laboratory at University of Idaho
20Office of Economic Opportunity 1964-1965
20Office of Economic Opportunity 1966
20Office of Economic Opportunity. Job Corps
20Office of Economic Opportunity. Job Corps Center at Cottonwood
20Office of Economic Opportunity. Job Corps Camp. Mountain Home
20Office of Emergency Planning
20Office of Emergency Planning. December 1964 Flood
20Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
20Executive Office
20Executive Office. Special Representative for Trade Negotiations
20Farm Credit Administration
20Federal Aviation Agency 1963-1964
20Federal Aviation Agency 1965-1966
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21Federal Communications Commission 1963-1964
21Federal Communications Commission 1965-1966
21Federal Communications Commission. CATV
21Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
21Federal Home Loan Bank Board
21Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
21Federal National Mortgage Association
21Federal Power Commission 1963-1964
21Federal Power Commission 1965-1966
21Federal Reserve System
21Federal Trade Commission
21Foreign Claims Settlement Commission
21General Services Administration
21General Services Administration. National Archives & Record Service
21General Services Administration. Commissioner of Public Buildings
21General Services Administration. Moscow (Idaho) Federal Building
21General Services Administration. St. Maries (Idaho) Post Office
21Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 1963-1964
21Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 1965-1966
21Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Food & Drug Administration
21Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Office of Education 1964-1965
21Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Office of Education 1966
21Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. National Institutes of Health
21Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Public Health Service 1963-1964
21Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Public Health Service 1965-1966
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22Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Social Security Administration 1963-1965
22Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Social Security Administration 1966
22Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Social Security Administration Arthur L Beer
22Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Social Security Administration Clarence E. Brady
22Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration Roy J. Cochran
22Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration. John D. Hoy
22Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Welfare Administration
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Community Facilities Administration
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Community Facilities Administration. Boise Senior Citizens Housing Project
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Community Facilities Administration. Boundary County Road Projects
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Community Facilities Administration. Cottonwood Project
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Community Facilities Administration. Grangeville Library and Water
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Community Facilities Administration. Hayden Lake Water System
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Community Facilities Administration. Nez Perce Indian Tribe Community Buildings
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Community Facilities Administration. Application of Orofino
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Community Facilities Administration. Payette Project
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Community Facilities Administration. Pierce, Idaho
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Community Facilities Administration. Plummer Sewage Plant
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Community Facilities Administration. Post Falls Grant
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Community Facilities Administration. West Bonner Sewer District
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Community Facilities Administration. Priest River
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Community Facilities Administration. Riverside Independent Water District (Orofino)
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Community Facilities Administration. Water Works Project, Sandpoint
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Community Facilities Administration. Rural Water District, Sandpoint
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Community Facilities Administration. Spirit Lake
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Community Facilities Administration. Whitebird Water System
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Federal Housing Administration
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Public Housing Authority
22Housing and Home Finance Agency. Public Housing Administration. Coeur d'Alene Housing Project
22Department of Housing and Urban Development 1963-1965
22Department of Housing and Urban Development 1966
22Department of Housing and Urban Development. Housing Assistance Administration
22Idaho Departments 1963-1964
22Idaho Departments 1965
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23Idaho Departments 1966
23Idaho Departments. Boise Federal Executive Council
23Idaho Departments. State Highways
23Idaho Departments. State Highways. Olds Ferry Road
23Idaho Departments. State Highways. Coeur d'Alene Access Road. Interstate Route #90
23Idaho Departments. State Highways. U.S. 95
23Idaho Departments. State Highways. Wallace-Avery Road (Forest Route 50)
23Department of the Interior 1963-1964
23Department of the Interior 1965-1966
23Department of Interior. Bonneville Power Administration 1963
23Department of Interior. Bonneville Power Administration 1964
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24Department of Interior. Bonneville Power Administration 1965-1966
24Department of Interior. Bureau of Indian Affairs 1963
24Department of Interior. Bureau of Indian Affairs 1964-1966
24Department of Interior. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Coeur d'Alene Indian Tribe Election
24Department of Interior. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Harrison Lott
24Department of Interior. Bureau of Land Management 1963
24Department of Interior. Bureau of Land Management 1964
24Department of Interior. Bureau of Land Management 1965
24Department of Interior. Bureau of Land Management 1966
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25Department of Interior.. Bureau of Land Management. Desert Land Entries
25Department of Interior. Bureau of Land Management. Indian Hills Desert Land Entries
25Department of Interior. Bureau of Land Management. Porter Brothers Withdrawal
25Department of Interior. Bureau of Land Management. Wilderness
25Department of Interior. Bureau of Mines
25Department of Interior. Bureau of Outdoor Recreation
25Department of Interior. Bureau of Reclamation 1963-1964
25Department of Interior. Bureau of Reclamation 1964
25Department of Interior. Bureau of Reclamation 1965
25Department of Interior. Bureau of Reclamation 1966
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26Department of Interior. Bureau of Reclamation American Falls Reservoir
26Department of Interior. Bureau of Reclamation Fremont Dam
26Department of Interior. Bureau of Reclamation Garden Valley Division - Snake River
26Department of Interior. Bureau of Reclamation Guffey Dam and Reservoir
26Department of Interior. Bureau of Reclamation High Mountain Sheep Dam
26Department of Interior. Bureau of Reclamation Snake River
26Department of Interior. Federal Water Pollution Control Administration
26Department of Interior. Fish and Wildlife Service 1963-1964
26Department of Interior. Fish and Wildlife Service 1965-1966
26Department of Interior. Fish and Wildlife Service Clear Creek Hatchery
26Department of Interior. Fish and Wildlife Service Duck Refuge
26Department of Interior. Fish and Wildlife Service Salmon River
26Department of Interior. Geological Survey 1963-1964
26Department of Interior. Geological Survey 1965-1966
26Department of Interior. National Park Service 1963-1964
26Department of Interior. National Park Service 1965-1966
26Department of Interior. Office of Coal Research
26Department of Interior. Office of Minerals Exploration
26Department of Interior Office of Saline Water
26Department of Interior Public Land Law Review Commission 1965
26Department of Interior Public Land Law Review Commission January - May 1966
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27Department of Interior. Public Land Law Review Commission June - December 1966
27Department of Interior. Water Resources Research Laboratory
27Interstate Commerce Commission 1963-1964
27Interstate Commerce Commission 1965-1966
27Interstate Commerce Commission. North Idaho Freight Rates
27Department of Justice 1963-1964
27Department of Justice 1965-1966
27Department of Justice. Federal Bureau of Investigation
27Department of Justice. Immigration and Naturalization Service
27Department of Justice. Office of Law Enforcement Assistance
27Department of Labor 1963-1964
27Department of Labor 1965-1966
27Department of Labor. Apprenticeship Training
27Department of Labor. Bureau of Employees Compensation
27Department of Labor. Bureau of Employment Security
27Department of Labor. Neighborhood Youth Corps
27Department of Labor. Neighborhood Youth Corps. Community Organization for Progress
27Department of Labor, Wage and Hour & Public Contracts Division
27National Aeronautics and Space Administration
27National Commission on Food Marketing
27National Endowment for the Arts
27National Labor Relations Board
27National Mediation Board
27National Science Foundation
27National Wildlife Federation
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28Positions in Government
28Post Office Department 1963-1965
28Post Office Department 1966
28Railroad Retirement System
28Securities and Exchange Commission
28Selective Service System
28Small Business Administration 1963-1964
28Small Business Administration 1965
28Small Business Administration 1966
28Small Business Administration. Emerald Maintenance
28Small Business Administration. Moscow Mountain Ski Corporation
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29Smithsonian Institution
29Department of State 1963-1964
29Department of State 1965-1966
29Department of State. Agency for International Development
29Department of State. Agency for International Development. Nelson Howard
29Department of State. Office of Munitions Control
29Department of State. Passport Division
29Department of State. Peace Corps
29Department of State. Visa Office
29Tariff Commission
29Department of the Treasury
29Department of the Treasury. Coast Guard
29Department of the Treasury. Office of the Comptroller
29Department of the Treasury. Bureau of Customs
29Department of the Treasury. Internal Revenue Service
29Department of the Treasury. Foreign Assets Control
29Department of the Treasury. Bureau of the Mint
29Department of the Treasury. Bureau of Narcotics
29United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
29United States Information Agency
29Veterans Administration
29White House

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