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OFFICE FILES OF BILL MOYERS

Biographic Note

BOX NO.

FOLDER TITLE

1

Education [1 of 2]

 

1

Education [2 of 2]

Material concerning 1965 ESEA; National Education Association canvass of members of Congress about the ESEA vote; items, including a copy of a speech by Kermit Gordon and a transcript of a press conference with Gordon and C. Douglas Dillon, regarding budgetary implications of education; miscellaneous material on other aspects of education policy, such as reaction to administration proposals, education provisions of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, and aid to higher education.

 

1

Foreign Economic Policy (Including Foreign Agricultural Policy)

One note about the possibility of Dr. Holton's showing a summary of this task force to his special assistant.

 

1

Health 1/7/65

Summaries of major health legislation before Congress; memoranda pertaining to hospital insurance for the aged under Social Security; drafts and other material about speeches on health; copies of House bill "Heart Disease, Cancer, and Stroke Amendments of 1965," and correspondence dealing with this bill.

 

1

House Bill and Report for the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965

 

1

Immigration 1/13/65

Drafts of a letter from the President to the Speaker of the House about a message on immigration; President's statement upon House passage of immigration bill; press release of 1/13/65 message to Congress on immigration.

 

2

Inaugural 1/20/65

Drafts and copies of the President's inaugural address; staff suggestions for changes in text; clippings of editorial comment and cartoons re inaugural address.

 

2

International Monetary Fund

3/17/65 letter to the Speaker of the House and the President of the Senate dealing with the IMF.

 

2

Job Development Program Statement 2/1/65

Statement drafts; material on manpower development and training act and amendments; draft bill "Manpower Act of 1965"; material on existing government programs for developing job opportunities.

 

2

Natural Beauty, Resources, Etc. 2/2/65

Drafts of the President's message on natural beauty; memos on other pollution control legislation of 1965.

 

2

Omnibus Farm Bill

1965 material on the Omnibus Farm Bill, including drafts of letter of transmittal for the bill, analysis of different sections of the bill, and memos concerning the commodity reserve portion of the bill; items on topic related to legislation before Congress, including reserve food stocks, sale and transfer of allotments, the cropland conversion program, commodity legislation, and summaries of pending USDA legislation.

 

2

Pacific Northwest Disaster

Memo regarding possible veto of the Pacific Northwest Disaster Relief Bill because of usurpation of Executive Branch authority by congressional committees; memos concerning possible passage of a clean version of the bill.

 

2

Poverty Program Letter 2/17/65

Drafts of letter; Adam Clayton Powell telegram expressing concern over reports that the poor were excluded from the decision-making process on poverty programs; press release announcing the appointment of Ted Jones as Chicago regional director of OEO.

 

3

Reorganization and Economy 3/4/65

Memos on the President's reorganization proposals for 1965; 5/13/65 message to Congress transmitting reorganization plan #2; copies of "Reorganization Proposals, February 1965"; 3/21/65 press release about the President's reorganization plan #1 dealing with activities of Bureau of Customs.

 

3

Special Message on Office of the President

Material, including 1/28/65 message to Congress, relating to the need for constitutional provisions insuring an orderly succession to the Presidency, continuity in the office of Vice President, and an electoral vote reflecting the true wishes of the people; Richard Neustadt memo to the President on presidential disability provision of the Bayh Amendment.

 

3

Dick Scammon Memos (Commerce)

Scammon memos to Moyers and Sorensen on various topics, including religious voting patterns in 1960, public opinion surveys for early 1964, and different aspects of the 1964 elections.

 

3

Shapp, Milton

Memos and correspondence about the possible closing of a GE facility in Scranton, Pennsylvania, December 1964.

 

3

Silver Coinage

Copy and section-by-section analysis of "A Bill to Provide for the Coinage of the United States"; Henry Fowler memo to the President reporting on recommendations to Congress for new coinage and related matters; statements prepared for the President by Treasury on the coinage program; proposed draft message from the President to Congress on new coinage; 6/3/65 message from the President to Congress on coinage.

 

3

Southwick Memos

1964 campaign material, including the Administration's record on housing and urban development, conservation, poverty issues, public debt, food for peace, civil rights, transportation, and juvenile delinquency; chronology of the President's actions since 11-63; memo regarding Mrs. Johnson's personal motion pictures (copies from campaign material); summary of work performed by Southwick's office for 1964.

 

3

Messages to the Congress

Proposed schedule of messages; list of messages delivered in 1965; 4/27/65 brief analysis of legislation passed or pending in Congress; box score of major legislation in the first session of the 89th congress; 4/23/65 memo from Clifford Alexander to the President comparing Johnson's first hundred days to Roosevelt's.

 

3

Sugar Bill

Memo entitled "The Sugar Bill - can it be rescued?"

 

4

Task Force

Correspondence regarding 1964 task forces on intergovernmental fiscal cooperation, environmental pollution, income maintenance, and sustaining American prosperity; correspondence about task forces on the 1965 legislative program and problems the meetings on the legislative program should address; establishing memos to task force chairmen defining areas on which the task force should focus; digests from Cater to Moyers on the 1964 task forces, attached to which is a Cater memo to the President regarding campaign commitments.

 

4

Agriculture 2/4/65

Orville Freeman memos to the President about farm income and long-term agricultural policy; paper on alternative commodity price support programs for the 1965 legislative program; memos, press release, fact sheet and press reaction on 2/4/65 presidential message on agriculture; 2/18/65 report from Freeman to the President on food for peace, legislative programs, legislative contacts, feed grains, national food and fiber commission; memos and correspondence regarding agriculture involving, among others, William Proxmire, George Mahon, Bob Poage, black farmers and state committees on agriculture; material on the 1965 Omnibus Farm Bill and the 1/30/64 farm message; USDA pamphlets on rural renewal in Arkansas, farm policy in the years ahead, and the upswing in rural America.

 

4

Area and Regional Economic Development 3/25/65

Section-by-section analysis of the Area and Regional Economic Development Act of 1965; copies of President's 3/25/65 message; letters from the President to the Speaker of the House and President of the Senate; copy of the bill.

 

4

Crime and Delinquency 2/23/65

Material on release of the 1964 FBI report on rioting in American cities in the summer of 1964, including a copy of the report; drafts, background material, and press release on the President's 3/8/65 message on law enforcement and the administration of justice; miscellaneous material on crime and rioting.

 

4

[Telephone Lists]

Log of Moyers' telephone calls 1/3/65 - 4/1/66.

 

5

Arms Control Authorization 1/15/65

Press release material concerning arms control, including the President's remarks at the signing of the extension of the Arms Control and Disarmament Act 5/27/65; 1/13/65 William C. Foster letter to the President regarding that extension.

 

5

Arts and Humanities National Foundation

Proposed statement 4-65 regarding National Council on the Arts; newspaper clipping on John St. John; press release of the President's 3/10/65 statement on a National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities; 12/16/64 Roger Stevens memo to the President on the proposed National Arts Foundation.

 

5

Balance of Payment

CEA weekly balance of payments reports to the President 2/65-5/65; press releases on balance of payments topics 2/10, 2/18, 5/13/65; material on the international monetary system, foreign reaction to U. S. monetary policy, and the response of business leaders to the President's monetary policy; article by John Kenneth Galbraith, "The Balance of Payments: A Political and Administrative View"; text of John T. Connor speech to Economic Club of New York 3/15/65.

 

5

Balance of Payments 1964 [Folder title added to list 11/16/92]

Material on the Cabinet Committee on Balance of Payments May 1964, including memos to the President and the Committee's summary and recommendations.

 

5

Budget Message 1/25/65

Press release, memos regarding budget message; page proofs for a portion of the message.

 

5

Civilian and Military Pay Bill

Contains drafts, press release, and memos analyzing reaction to the President's 5/12/65 message on civilian and military pay bill.

 

5

DC 2/9/65

Material on home rule for the District of Columbia and the President's 1966 budget message on DC.

 

5

Defense 1/18/65

Memos, draft press release regarding President's 1/18/65 message to congress on defense.

 

5

Economic Report 1/28/65

Memos (Gardner Ackley, Walter Heller, and others), background briefing, page proof, and drafts relating to the President's economic report transmitted to Congress in January 1965; copy of the report.

 

6

Pre-Election Material - September

Twelve 1956 issues of Quote: The Weekly Digest; transcript of a Great Issues panel on campaign strategy held at Dartmouth College; material on campaign issues and strategy for the 1964 presidential campaign.

 

6

Environmental Science Services Administration

Two memos and 5/13/65 press release concerning the consolidation of the Coast and Geodetic Survey and the Weather Bureau into the Environmental Science Services Administration.

 

6

Fair Labor Standards - Minimum Wage

Memos (Otto Eckstein, Gardner Ackley, Willard Wirtz, and others), correspondence, press release, draft press release concerning the 1965 minimum wage bill; draft copy of the bill; copy of the Labor Management Relations Act of 1947, as amended.

 

6

Taxes

Material on the President's 5/17 and 6/18 messages to Congress and the Cabinet on excise tax reduction and user charges; draft copy of a bill to reduce excise taxes; section-by-section analysis of the Excise Tax Reduction Act of 1965, Title I - Retailers Excise Taxes, and the Airway, Waterway and Highway User Act of 1965, Title I - Internal Revenue Code and Highway Trust Fund Amendments.

 

6

Bundy Memos

Two memos from Moyers to McGeorge Bundy, one memo Bundy to the President; two clippings about Bundy.

 

6

Voting Rights Message [1 of 2]

 

6

Voting Rights Message [2 of 2]

8/5/65 memo from the Attorney General to the President on implementation of the Voting Rights Act of 1965; copy of the 1964 Civil Rights Act; quotations by President Johnson regarding civil rights; draft version of voting rights legislation; memos, clippings, correspondence relating to the President's 3/15/65 address to Congress on voting rights; list of messages (incomplete) between the President and civil rights leaders 11/64 - 3/65; copy of President Kennedy's 1963 message to Congress on civil rights; press release and printed copy of the President's 3/15/65 Voting Rights address.

 

7

[Personal 1964-1965]

Miscellaneous correspondence, memos and telegrams concerning foreign and domestic issues. Correspondents include Arthur Krock, Dean Acheson, Joseph Alsop, Ted Sorensen, and Sargent Shriver (12/11/65 letter to the President asking that his resignation as director of OEO and the Peace Corps be accepted).

 

7

Background Material for Meeting of Gen. Goodpaster with Gen. Eisenhower at Gettysburg 8/65

 

7

Miscellaneous Material, August-December 1966

Mostly Moyers' memos to the President on a wide range of topics, including Vietnam, Moyers' possible resignation, appointments, speeches, the replacement of Eric Goldman with John Roche, the use of John Steinbeck as an administration spokesman on Vietnam, and various other foreign and domestic issues; list of press contacts 9/6/66.

 

7

De Gaulle

1965 material on the issue of French withdrawal from NATO.

 

7

Transportation 3/2/65

Memos, press releases and a draft statement on high speed ground transportation, the maritime program, and transportation policy in general; paper on "Federal Transport Policy Issues: An Assessment and a Program Outline."

 

7

Truth in Lending/Packaging 2/3/65

Esther Peterson memos, draft bills, proposed amendments, and summaries concerning truth-in-lending and truth-in-packaging legislation.

 

7

United Nations Charter Amendments

4/6/65 message to the Senate supporting ratification of two amendments to the UN charter.

 

7

Urban Program 2/11/65

Material relating to rent supplements and urban housing; memos and other items regarding the proposed Department of Housing and Urban Development, including a Stewart Udall memo recommending Laurance Rockefeller to head the new department.

 

8

Information on House Debate on Rent Supplements

Copies of the President's 5/2/65 message to Congress on cities, the report of the Banking and Currency Committee on the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1965, and the committee's response to a minority report on the act; chronology of the rent supplement issue; excerpts from congressional debate on the act.

 

8

Newspaper Clippings re Aluminum

November 1965 clippings about the Johnson Administration's efforts to hold down the price of aluminum.

 

8

Letters of Protest re "Scar" Photo [1 of 2]

 

8

Letters of Protest re "Scar" Photo [2 of 2]

Public mail protesting the President's showing his scar following his October 1965 gall bladder surgery.

 

8

President's Operation

Memos concerning the President's gall bladder surgery in October 1965; draft statements on his recovery; background material on bladder diseases; press releases on attending physicians and contingency plans should the President be incapable of carrying out the duties of his office; sample menu from period of recovery.

 

8

President's Visit with Pope

Background memos, draft statements, and schedule for the President's talks with Pope Paul VI in October 1965; material on the President's earlier meetings with Pope Pius XII (May 1945) and Pope John XXIII (September 1962).

 

8

20th Anniversary VE Day 5/7/65

Drafts and final press release of the President's remarks on the 20th anniversary of VE Day; memo from USIA discussing European reaction to the remarks.

 

9

Press Conferences - 1965

Transcripts of the President's seventeen 1965 press conferences; memo giving number of days' notice given for President Kennedy's press conferences 1/61 - 3/62.

 

9

Foreign Aid 1/14/65 [1 of 2]

 

9

Foreign Aid 1/14/65 [2 of 2]

Material on the 1965 congressional foreign aid authorization, including analysis of congressional debate and work in conference committee; suggestions for White House strategy to secure passage of the administration's version of the bill; memos on the effectiveness of the current foreign aid program and prospects for the next four years; AID booklet entitled "U. S. Foreign Aid in Perspective"; copy of the House version of the bill; drafts and press release of the President's 1/14/65 address to Congress on foreign aid; copy of International Bank for Reconstruction and Development Study on Supplementary Financial Measures; copy of the President's 6/1/65 message to Congress on social and economic development in Southeast Asia.

 

10

Memos - BDM [Moyers] - 1964 [11/63-1/64]

 

10

Staff Memos - 1964

 

10

Memos - BDM [Moyers] - Miscellaneous 1964

 

10

Memos to the President - 1964

 

10

1965 Memos to the President and Others [1/64-10/65]

 

11

[Memos to the President 12/64-5/65]

 

11

Memos to the President 1/65-6/65

 

11

Memos to the President 7/65-12/65

 

11

BDM [Moyers] Memos September 1965-March 1966

 

12

BDM [Moyers] Memos April-May 1966

 

12

BDM [Moyers] Memos June-July 11, 1966

 

12

BDM [Moyers] Memos July 12-August 1966

 

12

BDM [Moyers] Memos September 1966-February 1967

Memos, primarily from Bill Moyers to the President and from Hayes Redmon to Bill Moyers, together with some from Moyers to others and from others to Moyers, covering a very wide range of topics, domestic and foreign; among those subjects are polls and public opinion concerning Vietnam and Robert Kennedy, the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, economic issues, appointments, politics, and press contacts and strategies; 1/65-6/65 folder contains House Committee on Government Operations 1965 Report on Government Operations in Space, and a response to this report by James Webb of NASA.

 

13

[The Promise of a New Asia]

Two copies of this booklet, which consists of the President's statements on his Far Eastern trip during 1966.

 

14

Peace Corps [1 of 3]

 

14

Peace Corps [2 of 3]

 

14

Peace Corps [3 of 3]

Much of this December 1963-September 1964 material (Moyers left the Peace Corps in December 1963) consists of correspondence with officers and volunteers in the Peace Corps. Topics include recruiting and training volunteers, assignment of returning volunteers, budgetary matters, publicity, appointments of officers, and Peace Corps problems and achievements in Ethiopia, India, Malaysia, the Philippines, Kenya, and Ghana. There are also texts for speeches delivered by Sargent Shriver and Harris Wofford.

 

14

1964 Peace Corps Coordination Meetings [Folder title added to list 11/16/92]

Memos to Moyers from Ed Henry, Bob Lane, Frank Erwin, and Fannie Sedgwick re coordination meetings; Joint Project Manning Status Report, 3/9/64.

 

14

Peace Corps Recruiting 1964 [Folder title added to list 11/16/92]

Memos re recruiting, correspondents include Charles Woodward, Frank Erwin, Robert Gale, Warren Wiggins, Sam Proctor, Harris Wofford, Nat Davis, Glenn Ferguson, Joe Colmen, Ed Henry; Letter to Bill Moyers from Jean Marie Oates; letter to Bill Moyers from Ralph Huitt; memo for Moyers re Illinois-Wisconsin Itinerary; Letter from Sargent Shriver to President Johnson asking for Moyers' help on Peace Corps projects.

 

14

Peace Corps #2 [1 of 2]

 

14

Peace Corps #2 [2 of 2]

Material on March 1964 Peace Corps Coordination Meetings, recruiting for the Peace Corps, training of volunteers, Peace Corps programs in India, Ethiopia, and other countries, and budgetary planning; booklets and articles including the following: "Peace Corps Volunteers Report Volume VI: Letters from Malaysia," "The War on Poverty: A Civilian Perspective" from the Yale Law Journal, the Third Annual Peace Corps Report, and Who's Who in the Peace Corps Overseas Administration; 10/16/64 memo from Sargent Shriver to the President asking that Moyers' old post of Deputy Director of the Peace Corps be filled.

 

15

Peace Corps [1 of 2]

Booklet entitled "Peace Corps Volunteers Report, Volume IV: Letters from Latin America (Part Two)."

 

15

Peace Corps [2 of 2]

Booklet entitled "Peace Corps Volunteers Report, Volume V: Letters from Near East/South Asia."

 

15

Peace Corps Act - Page Proofs

 

15

Bill Moyers' Notes - Ethiopia

Handwritten notes taken by Moyers during his July 1963 visit to Ethiopia.

 

15

Bill Moyers Notes -- Iran [and Nepal]

Handwritten notes taken by Moyers during his July 1963 visit to Iran and Nepal.

 

15

Bill Moyers Notes -- Tunisia

Handwritten notes taken by Moyers during his July 1963 visit to Tunisia; schedule for Moyers' visit; background material on the Peace Corps operation in Tunisia.

 

15

Information Kit -- College of Virgin Islands St. Thomas

 

15

November Vote in Texas Counties - w/ Harte-Hanks Newspaper Circulation

1960 presidential election returns broken down by counties in which Harte-Hanks newspapers had dominant circulation.

 

16

RSS -- Statement-House Committee on Foreign Affairs 10/15/63

Sargent Shriver's statement on the Peace Corps before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.

 

16

Congressional Briefing Material

Background material to help prepare the Peace Corps presentation to Congress in 1963.

 

16

National Service Corps

Background memo to help prepare Sargent Shriver for his May 1963 testimony before Congress on the National Service Corps bill; booklet entitled "Information on a Proposed National Service Program" prepared by the President's Study Group on a National Service Program; section-by-section analysis of the bill; Robert Kennedy letter to the President 4/10/63 regarding creation of a national service program; copy of the Senate version of the bill; miscellaneous material pertaining to the proposed legislation.

 

16

Legislative Congressional Presentation Background - Budget

Correspondence and statistical summaries relating to the Peace Corps' 1962-1963 budgetary presentations to Congress.

 

16

Legislative Congressional Presentation - 1963

Background material (including 1962 statistics), correspondence, press releases, and statistical summaries relating to the Peace Corps' 1963 budgetary presentation to Congress.

 

16

1963 Congressional Working File

Statistics regarding Peace Corps volunteers-attrition rate, applications; 4/30/63 Sargent Shriver statement on the Peace Corps before a congressional committee; AID Background Papers on eleven international topics; material on the International Peace Corps Secretariat.

 

17

The Peace Corps Volunteer: A Quarterly Statistical Summary

Booklet published by the Division of Volunteer Administration, December 31, 1962.

 

17

Peace Corps Congressional Presentation FY 1963

Booklet with a few handwritten Moyers notes on the rear cover.

 

17

Peace Corps Congressional Presentation FY 1964, Volume I

Eighty-seven page booklet.

 

17

Peace Corps Financial Summaries 1963

Memo from William Josephson to Moyers on financial reporting; financial summaries dated 12/31/62, 1/31, 2/28, 3/31, 4/30, 6/30/63; flash reports of obligations dated 1/31 and 2/28/63.

 

17

Personal

Certificate and two photographs associated with Moyers' 6/29/61 speech to the Burlington Chamber of Commerce.

 

17

Legislation

Empty.

 

17

Peace Corps Preliminary Financial Summary - Fiscal Year 1962 Summary

 

18

Legislative Congressional Presentation - 1961

Copy of the presentation; drafts of Sargent Shriver's 8/4/61 statement to a House committee; discussion of problems facing the Peace Corps; draft letter to members of Congress about the Peace Corps; list and major responsibilities of top Peace Corps positions; miscellaneous clippings and other material on Peace Corps salaries and other topics.

 

18

Legislative Congressional Presentation - 1962

Breakdown by state of residence of Peace Corps volunteers; correspondence concerning FY 1963 supplementary appropriation request for the Peace Corps; copy and section-by-section analysis of a bill to amend the Peace Corps Act; list of congressional queries about FY 1962 foreign aid program; copy of Senate Foreign Relations Committee study of "Economic, Social, and Political Change in the Underdeveloped Countries and Its Implications for United States Foreign Policy" by the Joint Economic Committee.

 

18

Congressional Presentation - 1962

Copy of the 7/18/62 Peace Corps presentation to Congress.

 

18

Legislation - Miscellaneous Congressional and Legislative Inquiries

Correspondence with members of Congress relating to questions about the Peace Corps, including Senators Ellender, Hickenlooper, Harry Byrd, and Fulbright.

 

18

Legislation - 88th Congress Breakdown - 1962

Lists of members of the 88th Congress, the Virginia and Alabama delegations, key committee rosters, committee changes, new members of the Senate and of the House.

 

18

Legislation - President's Briefing Material - 1962

Material from Sargent Shriver to Kenneth O'Donnell, including statistical data on the Peace Corps and an essay on the accomplishments of the Peace Corps.

 

18

Legislation - State Support

List of governors who proclaimed March 1 to be Peace Corps Day or issued other special statements in support of the Peace Corps.

 

18

Legislative Presentation Committee

Material on 5/11, 11/29, 12/1/61, 1/18/62, meetings of the Peace Corps Legislative Presentation Committee.

 

18

Senate Foreign Relations Committee - RSS's Statement

Copies of Sargent Shriver's 3/13/62 statement before the committee.

 

18

CQ election Report

Copies of Congressional Quarterly election reports for 1962 on the southern and western states.

 

18

Congressional Orientation Paper

Material includes quotes by Sargent Shriver in addressing the Congress, Congressional comments on the Peace Corps, and orientation recommendation on dealing with members of Congress in the field.

 

18

Legislative Congressional Notes - 1961-1962

Analysis of congressional votes re the Peace Corps; roll calls of votes; 9/13/61 list of voluntary withdrawals and terminations among Peace Corps volunteers.

 

19

Legislation - Congressional Committees - 1961

Material relating to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, the Senate Committee on Appropriations, the House Appropriations Committee, the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration, and the subcommittees of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

 

19

DNC - Political News Summary

Democratic National Committee's political summaries for July-October 1964

 

20

Democratic Platform - 1964

Drafts, background material, and copies of the 1964 Democratic platform.

 

20

Detailed Statistics

DNC compilation entitled "Registration and Voting Statistics (Including Population Characteristics)" dated June 1964.

 

21

State Data Fact Book

Two-volume compilation put together for the DNC by a marketing firm in June 1964; volume 1 is "Population, Voting Records and Political Issues"; volume 2 is "Congressional District Data by County."

 

21

[J.F.K. - A Personal Memory]

Tape recording distributed by USIA (transferred to audiovisual archives in February 1980).

 

21

[Material on Barry Goldwater - 1964]

Drafts of a speech entitled "Bread and Butter, or a Bare Cupboard?" to be delivered in Virginia and dated 10/2/64 (it is not clear for whom the speech was written); economic data showing how the South prospered under Democratic administrations; leaflet on Goldwater and civil rights (portrays Goldwater as a staunch advocate of civil rights and Johnson as an opponent of racial equality).

 

22

Miller, William E.

Congressional Quarterly special report entitled "The Public Records of Barry M. Goldwater and William E. Miller"; list of key congressional votes cast by Miller; compilation of press and magazine quotations about Miller; copies of speeches delivered by Miller; memos re strategies for responding to Miller's statements.

 

22

Miller

Memos concerning William Miller's performance in the 1964 campaign, DNC material on Miller's voting record in Congress and statements on various issues; telegram of congratulations from Miller to Lyndon Johnson after the 1964 election.

 

22

Nixon

Transcript of Richard Nixon's address on foreign policy over the NBC Network 10/28/64; DNC compilation demonstrating that Nixon and Goldwater differed on many issues; Ivan Sinclair to Hayes Redmon memo about a speech in which Nixon attacked Bobby Baker and Walter Jenkins.

 

22

Operation Eagle Eye

DNC form letters and press release attacking the Republican Party's Operation Eagle Eye, a device, according to the DNC designed to keep many voters from going to the polls; a clipping from the Minneapolis Tribune on this subject.

 

22

Vote Comparison LBJ & BMG

Analysis of votes cast in the Senate on key issues by Lyndon Johnson and Barry Goldwater.

 

22

1964 Democratic Fact Book

Book published by the DNC for the 1964 campaign.

 

22

State of the Union 1965 [1 of 3]

 

State of the Union 1965 [2 of 3]

 

23

State of the Union 1965 [3 of 3]

Suggestions for inclusions in the President's 1965 State of the Union Message from 41 departments, offices, commissions, boards, and agencies.

 
 

23

Labor Day-Detroit, Michigan 9/7/64

Two drafts of the President's remarks in Cadillac Square, Detroit, Michigan.

 

23

Monday, September 7, 1964

Press release of the President's remarks at Cadillac Square and the President's schedule entry for 9/7/64.

 

23

Thursday, September 10, 1964

Background material on the area and notables who will attend 9/10/64 fund raising dinner at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; drafts of the President's remarks at the dinner and at a follow-up television appearance; correspondence regarding James MacGregor Burns's desire to write a book on Johnson; statements of Orville Freeman and Robert McNamara before the 1964 Democratic platform committee; memo from the president of the Young Democratic Clubs of America to Chairman John M. Bailey of the DNC about prospects in Seattle, Alaska, San Francisco, Salt Lake City, Denver, and Minneapolis.

 

23

Monday, September 14, 1964

Drafts of President's remarks before the International Association of Machinists (IAM), Miami Beach, Florida, 9/15/64; Gardner Ackley memo to Moyers on the IAM.

 

23

Tuesday, September 15, 1964

Draft and press release text of the President's 9/15/64 speech to the International Association of Machinists (IAM) in Miami Beach, Florida; background memo on the area and the IAM; copy of the President's tribute to the armed forces as printed in the Armed Forces Information and Education publication For Commanders.

 

23

Wednesday, September 16, 1964

Press releases of the President's 9/16/64 remarks at Blaine, Washington; Great Falls, Montana; Seattle, Washington; Vancouver, British Columbia; drafts of some of the remarks.

 

23

Indiana Voter Registration Group - Undelivered!!!

Drafts and speech cards for 5/12/64 speech that was not delivered.

 

23

Southwick Material - Sacramento, California, Seattle, Washington, Portland, Oregon

Data on population characteristics, local economies, government aid and contracts in these areas.

 

24

Thursday, September 17, 1964

Drafts and press release of the President's remarks at a breakfast in Portland, Oregon, saluting the Northwest-Southwest Power Transmission Intertie.

 

24

Saturday, September 19, 1964

Empty.

 

24

Tuesday, September 22, 1964

Drafts of the President's remarks in Atlantic City, New Jersey, at the convention of the United Steelworkers of America.

 

24

Wednesday, September 23, 1964

Press release of the President's remarks to the International Union of Electrical Workers in Washington, D. C.

 

24

Thursday, September 24, 1964

Memo from C. V. Clifton to Bill Moyers, with attachments.

 

24

Friday, September 25, 1964

Background material on Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Arkansas; trip schedules, memos, drafts and press releases regarding the President's 9/25/64 remarks at the Chamizal ceremony at El Paso, Texas, at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, at the dedication of Eufala Dam, Eufala, Oklahoma, and at the dedication of John F. Kennedy Square in Texarkana, Texas.

 

24

Saturday, September 26, 1964

Background statistics relating to Seattle, Washington; text of 9/26/64 address by Esther Peterson at the Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner in Poland Springs, Maine.

 

24

Monday, September 28, 1964 [1 of 2]

 

24

Monday, September 28, 1964 [2 of 2]

Economic data, information on government programs, articles, and other material relating to New England; drafts and press releases of the President's speeches to business executives in Hartford, Connecticut, to a crowd at the airport in Burlington, Vermont, in front of the Hartford Times building in Hartford, at the 200th Anniversary Convocation of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, to a crowd in Manchester, New Hampshire, and at City Hall in Portland, Maine; schedule for the President's New England trip.

 

24

Thursday, October 1, 1964

Drafts and press release of the President's speech at Johns Hopkins University; Moyers to Jack Valenti memo suggesting the President make a fifteen-minute television address outlining the kind of campaign he will wage in October 1964.

 

24

Friday, October 2, 1964

Empty.

 

24

Saturday, October 3, 1964

Draft remarks for the President to deliver to a group of college student leaders; note that people in Norfolk, Virginia, expected a presidential visit on October 3 or 4.

 

25

Monday, October 5, 1964

Memos from John Bartlow Martin to Moyers discussing campaign strategy; C. V. Clifton memo to Moyers re the President's appearing at the keel layings for new Polaris submarines; drafts of suggested remarks for a presidential television broadcast.

 

25

Tuesday, October 6, 1964

Background material on the economy of North Carolina and federal programs affecting the state; drafts of the President's remarks at North Carolina State College in Raleigh and to a group of Businessmen at the White House.

 

25

Wednesday, October 7, 1964

Background material on the economies of Indiana, Illinois, and Iowa and federal programs affecting the states; drafts and press releases of the President's speeches at the Iowa State Capitol in Des Moines, at the Sangamon County Courthouse in Springfield, Illinois, at the convention of the Illinois State Federation of Labor in Peoria, and on the courthouse steps in Peoria.

 

25

Thursday, October 8, 1964

Political and economic data on Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois; drafts and press releases of the President's statements at Washington High School, Lake County, Indiana, at Soldiers and Sailors Square in Indianapolis, and at a "Salute to President Johnson" dinner in Cleveland, Ohio.

 

26

Friday, October 9, 1964

Background material on the political and economic situations in Louisiana (especially New Orleans), Kentucky (especially Louisville), and Tennessee; drafts and press releases of the President's remarks before a group of Indiana and Kentucky Democratic leaders in Louisville, at the courthouse in Louisville, at the War Memorial Building in Nashville, Tennessee, upon the arrival of the "Lady Bird Special" in New Orleans, and at a fundraising dinner in New Orleans.

 

26

Saturday, October 10, 1964

Two pages of economic information about Arkansas extracted from a longer Walter Heller memo.

 

26

Sunday, October 11, 1964

Drafts and press releases of the President's speeches at the airport in Phoenix, Arizona, at the Municipal Park in South Gate, California, at Washington Square in San Francisco, and at the Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

 

26

Monday, October 12, 1964

Drafts and press releases of the President's remarks at the State Building in Reno, Nevada, at the Civic Center in Butte, Montana, at the Natrona County Courthouse in Casper, Wyoming, at the Coliseum in Denver, Colorado, and at the airport in Boise, Idaho.

 

26

Tuesday, October 13, 1964

Empty.

 

27

Wednesday, October 14, 1964

Economic and political data on the Scranton-Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, area; drafts and press releases of the President's remarks in Bergen, New Jersey, at the Wilkes-Barre-Scranton airport, and at the Al Smith Dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City.

 

27

Thursday, October 15, 1964

Drafts and press releases of the President's speeches at the airport in Rochester, New York, at City Hall in Buffalo, New York, in Albee Square in Brooklyn, and at a rally of the Liberal Party in Madison Square Garden in New York City.

 

27

Friday, October 16, 1964

Drafts and press releases of the President's remarks at City Hall in Dayton, Ohio, and at Government Square in Cincinnati, Ohio; memo re follow-up on the Ohio trip speeches; results of a poll on the presidential election taken October 16-17.

 

27

Saturday, October 17, 1964

Empty.

 

27

Monday, October 19, 1964

Statement for release to labor journals.

 

27

Tuesday, October 20, 1964

Press release of the President's remarks following a meeting of the Cabinet.

 

27

Wednesday, October 21, 1964

Drafts and press release of the President's remarks at Akron University; drafts of remarks at Belleville, Illinois; St. Louis, Missouri; and Kansas City, Missouri (not delivered); the President's appointments schedule for October 21.

 

27

Thursday, October 22, 1964

Empty.

 

27

Friday, October 23, 1964

Drafts of statement regarding National First Voters Week.

 

27

Saturday, October 24, 1964

Drafts, press releases and background material relating to the President's speeches at the Fifth Armory in Baltimore, Maryland, the Lovell Field Airport rally in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and a rally at Court Street and Riverside Drive in Memphis, Tennessee; transcript and press release of a question and answer program with the President aired on the NBC television network 10/25/64.

 

28

Sunday, October 25, 1964

Drafts and press releases of the President's speeches at Boca Raton, Orlando, and Jacksonville, Florida.

 

28

Monday, October 26, 1964

Drafts and press releases of the President's remarks at Macon, Georgia; Augusta, Georgia, and Columbia, South Carolina.

 

28

Tuesday, October 27, 1964

Drafts and press releases of the President's remarks at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Post Office Square in Boston, Massachusetts, Evansville Airport, Evansville, Indiana, and at the presentation of a promotion to Colonel John H. Glenn, Jr., in the Rose Garden at the White House.

 

28

Wednesday, October 28, 1964

Drafts and press releases of the President's speeches at the Riverside County Courthouse, Riverside, California, the Platt Building in San Bernardino, California, City Hall in Los Angeles, California, Lindbergh Field in San Diego, California, and the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

 

28

Thursday, October 29, 1964

Press release of the President's remarks at an airport rally in Wichita, Kansas; background material on Salt Lake City, Utah, and a press release of the President's remarks at the Mormon Tabernacle in that city.

 

28

Friday, October 30, 1964

Press releases of the President's remarks at Kosciusko Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, an airport rally in Rockford, Illinois, an airport rally in Detroit, Michigan, and Chicago Stadium in Chicago, Illinois.

 

28

Saturday, October 31, 1964

Drafts of the President's remarks in Wilmington and Dover, Delaware, and in New York City.

 

28

Monday, November 2, 1964

Camera directions for a television spot to be shot at the White House on election eve; press releases of the President's remarks at the Music Hall Parking Lot in Houston, Texas, and at the Capitol Building in Austin, Texas.

 

28

Tuesday, November 3, 1964

Drafts of the President's victory message; early returns showing the one-sidedness of the election.

 

29

Speech Drafts

Drafts of speeches, trip schedules, and other material relating to the 1964 presidential campaign.

 

29

The Nation Speaks Out for the President: Editorial Endorsements of President Lyndon B. Johnson, 1964 Booklet.

 

29

Goldwater Contradictions and Shifts Reflected by His Statements at Hershey, Pa., August 12, 1964 Booklet.

 

29

Public Reaction to President Johnson's Acceptance Speech

Booklet dated September 1, 1964, published by Public Opinion Surveys, Inc. of Princeton, New Jersey.

 

29

Statistics on Each State

Economic information put together by the DNC.

 

30

Republican Clippings and Departmental Refutations Book [1 of 3]

 

30

Republican Clippings and Departmental Refutations Book [2 of 3]

 

30

Republican Clippings and Departmental Refutations Book [3 of 3]

Newspaper and magazine articles on the Republican platform, Barry Goldwater, William Scranton, and Republican Policies; 7/17/64 memo from Wilbur Cohen to Moyers outlining ways in which the Democrats could reply to Republican attacks on the policies of the Food and Drug Administration; unsigned response to an attack on the Poverty Program by Republican Mayor George Christopher of San Francisco.

 

30

Pre-Election Material - October [1 of 2]

 

30

Pre-Election Material - October [2 of 2]

Material on a wide range of election topics, including campaign strategy, polls, speeches, issues (foreign affairs, defense, inflation, civil rights, and the War on Poverty), J. Evetts Haley's A Texan Looks at Lyndon, Walter Jenkins resignation and presidential scheduling; states covered include Pennsylvania, Texas, Michigan, South Carolina, Alabama, Ohio, Tennessee, Arizona, California, Louisiana, and Kentucky; people represented include Abe Fortas, Stewart Udall, Luther Hodges, John K. Galbraith, Buford Ellington, James Rowe, Ralph McGill, and various Johnson and Moyers aides.

 

30

Humphrey, Hubert

Draft speeches for delivery by Hubert Humphrey in the 1964 presidential campaign; miscellaneous statements to be released during the campaign by prominent Republican businessmen; memo suggesting ways in which Mrs. Johnson's Whistle Stop Tour could be supported; daily statements to be released by the DNC; unreleased page proofs from an article entitled "The Johnson-Humphrey Team" that would appear in the 10/19/64 issue of Christianity and Crisis.

 

30

Itinerary

Presidential campaign itinerary for September/October 1964.

 

31

Speech Themes

10/16/64 memo from Fred Dutton to Moyers outlining speech themes for the final two weeks of the presidential campaign.

 

31

Suggestions for Speeches [1 of 2]

 

31

Suggestions for Speeches [2 of 2]

Drafts of speeches on various topics for possible use in the 1964 presidential campaign.

 

31

Keynote Speech Drafts - Democratic National Convention

 

31

Goldwater Speeches [1 of 3]

 

31

Goldwater Speeches [2 of 3]

 

31

Goldwater Speeches [3 of 3]

Texts of many Barry Goldwater speeches; memos analyzing the speeches with suggestions for ways in which the Democrats might exploit Goldwater's more extreme statements; paper entitled "The Goldwater Candidacy and the Christian Conscience"; DNC publication pointing out differences between Goldwater's views and those of Dwight D. Eisenhower and Robert A. Taft.

 

32

Goldwater [1 of 2]

 

32

Goldwater [2 of 2]

Memos, articles, cartoons, correspondence, and other material relating to Barry Goldwater's presidential candidacy.

 

32

Humphrey

Texts of speeches, speaking schedule, and other material on Hubert Humphrey's activities during the 1964 presidential campaign.

 

33

Republican Party Campaign [1 of 2]

 

33

Republican Party Campaign [2 of 2]

Republican National Committee press release of Goldwater and Miller speeches; copy of the GOP platform for 1964; articles on Goldwater, Miller, Scranton, and other GOP-related topics; excerpts from a CBS program aired 10/12, 11/23/61 entitled "Eisenhower on the Presidency"; memos outlining Democratic strategy for dealing with the Republican challenge.

 

33

Campaign #1a

National Rural Electric Cooperative Association booklet entitled "Rural Vote: '64 Election"; kit prepared by the San Francisco Committee to Elect President Johnson for distribution at a Goldwater rally; Henry Fowler memo to the President regarding post-election relationship with the National Independent Committee for President Johnson and Senator Humphrey; miscellaneous material relating to the campaign, including schedules and speeches.

 

33

Campaign #2 [1 of 2] [Folder title added to list 11/16/92]

Includes 1964 Speech Cards on various topics, Campaign Manual for the Northern California Committee to elect President Johnson, 1964 Democratic Campaign Materials Catalog, memo from A. Petcabage to J. Graham outlining proposal for media campaign.

 

33

Campaign #2 [2 of 2] [Folder title added to list 11/16/92]

Outline for discussion -- Christian Citizenship Seminar, memo from Hayes Redmon to Cliff Carter re importance of Latin-American community, with attached report on Californians of Spanish Surname; material on proposed conference on alcohol; material on businessmen for President Johnson and attracting the business vote; material on labor vote.

 

34

Republican Platform Material

Partial text of GOP platform; DNC and other suggestions for rebuttal.

 

34

Convention - Betty Harris Memos on [Folder title added to list 11/16/92]

Material on the 1964 Democratic Convention planning, preparation and itinerary.

 

34

Convention - 1964

Script for a film on Johnson entitled "The Road to Leadership" 6/22/64 proposal by Simulmatics Corporation to produce a computer analysis of potential drawing power of various presidential candidates; list of key members of each state delegation to the 1964 Democratic convention; Democratic National Convention preparation calendar; Betty Harris memos to Moyers re the campaign in general and arrangements for the Democratic convention in particular.

 

35

General Condolences, A-L [1 of 2]

 

35

General Condolences, A-L [2 of 2]

 

35

General Condolences, M-Z

Correspondence, primarily from friends and acquaintances of Moyers, expressing sorrow at the assassination of President Kennedy and wishing Moyers and President Johnson the best in their new roles (Moyers moved from the Peace Corps to the White House after the assassination).

 

35

Kennedy

Material (mostly clippings) about President Kennedy's trip to Texas in November 1963, his assassination, and the transition to a Johnson presidency; some October/November 1963 material on the Peace Corps.

 

36

Republican Platform Rebuttals (Southwick)

Point-by-point rebuttal of the various planks in the GOP platform for 1964.

 

36

Campaign Issues Book - Major Platform Statements

Statements made before the Democratic Platform Committee by the Cabinet secretaries and heads of various agencies.

 

36

[Miscellaneous Material on the Election of 1964 and Earlier Elections]

Data on voter registration and turnout and votes cast in previous presidential elections for each state; projection for turnout in the 1964 election.

 

37

Goldwater Cartoon Book

Copies of forty-eight cartoons relating to Barry Goldwater.

 

37

"Mr. President, the Office, the Man" New York Times

Twenty-four page advertisement for President Johnson in the 6/14/64 magazine section of the New York Times.

 

37

Steamship Conference Reporter, Vol. I

 

37

Steamship Conference Reporter, Vol. II

 

38

Steamship Conference Reporter, Vol III

Published by Maritime Reports, Inc., in 1960 (removed from binders).

 

38

World Peace Through Law: The Athens World Conference

Book published in 1964.

 

39

Debate - Presidential Election

American Political Science Association booklet entitled Report of the Commission on Presidential Campaign Debates 1964; memos, clippings, and other items on the subject of a debate between Johnson and Goldwater.

 

39

Country Beautiful Magazine

Holiday 1963 issue of the magazine; copy of the Senate Document #28 for the 88th Congress, 1st session, entitled "The Arts and the National Government"; correspondence between Stewart Udall and Moyers relating to the President's writing a preface for a J.F.K. memorial volume in preparation by Country Beautiful.

 

39

Appalachia - 1964

Lee White and Kermit Gordon memos to the President regarding Appalachia legislation; list of changes proposed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1964 (H.R. 11065); testimony of Governor William Scranton of Pennsylvania on this legislation before the House Public Works Committee.

 

39

President's Meetings - Background Material 1964 [1963]

Background material for the President's December 1963 meetings with representatives of the American Bankers Association, with Arthur Krim, and with leaders of American Jewish community; 12/12/63 memo from Dick Nelson to the President about bringing Eric Goldman to the White House as a member of the staff.

 

39

Florida

Press release of the President's 9/15/64 remarks at Cape Kennedy; draft statement on Hurricane Dora; statistics on federal military and other contracts in Florida, and on federal spending in general in the state; material relating to accomplishments under the Alliance for Progress and to new jobs created during the Kennedy-Johnson Administration (these last items have nothing to do with Florida).

 

39

Crime/Delinquency

9/18/64 F.B.I. report on rioting in American cities during the summer of 1964; Moyers and Nicholas Katzenbach memos discussing the report, and a press release of the President's 9/26/64 statement about the report.

 

39

Poverty [1 of 2]

 

39

Poverty [2 of 2]

Material on 1964 poverty legislation, including Moyers' notes on strategy for securing passage of the bills, House worksheets with Moyers' annotation, lists of contacts with members of Congress, vote projections for the House and Senate, drafts and press releases of presidential statements on poverty, a 2/24/64 draft copy of the "Human Resources Development Act of 1964," a 3/2/64 draft copy of the "Economic Opportunity Act of 1964," and a 2/26/64 summary of "The Poverty Program and Legislation." Other topics represented include the President's Task Force on the War Against Poverty (especially its financial requirements) and a proposed National Student Poverty Conference; persons represented include Adam Yarmolinsky, John Kenneth Galbraith, Sargent Shriver, Myer Feldman, Ed Weisl, Sr. Jim Wright, Franklin Roosevelt, Jr., and Congressman John Flynt.

 

40

Juvenile Delinquency

Material pulled together during the 1964 presidential campaign to demonstrate that the Kennedy-Johnson Administration had taken positive actions to deal with juvenile delinquency.

 

40

Legislative Breakfasts - 1964

Agendas for 2/18 and 5/26/64 legislative leaders breakfasts; 2/15/64 report on the status of presidential legislative recommendations pending in the Senate and House; 2/14/64 list of major presidential proposals under consideration in Congress.

 

40

Education - 1964

HEW pamphlet entitled The 1963 Dropout Campaign, other material related to the problem of school dropouts; BOB tabulation on fiscal years 1965 and 1966 educational programs; paper entitled "How to Pay for Higher Education" by Charles C. Killingsworth; National Committee for Support of the Public Schools "Know Your Schools Fact Sheets" numbers 1-5; Paul Southwick memo to Moyers on the busing issue in the 1964 presidential campaign; draft statement of the President's views on education for the 10/64 issue of the NEA Journal.

 

40

Politics [1 of 2]

 

40

Politics [2 of 2]

Newspaper clippings relating to the 1964 presidential campaign (mostly May-July 1964); proposal for a Democratic media approach to the campaign; state-by-state listing of administration accomplishments prepared for use by the DNC; Oliver Quayle and Company April 1964 surveys of public opinion in New York, California, Oklahoma, Ohio, Indiana, and Maryland, and an August 1964 survey of public attitudes in Massachusetts; kit distributed to campaign workers by the Office of Women's Activities of the DNC; paper entitled "The Politics of Peace: 1964" that suggests a campaign strategy for the peace issue; material concerning George Wallace; correspondence or memos from William Haddad, James Rowe, McGeorge Bundy, John P. Roche, John Gronouski, and others.

 

40

President's Commitments [Folder title added to list 11/16/92]

Contains the president's appointments and schedules for December 1963 to June 1964, incomplete.

 

40

Endorsements

1961 endorsements of the Peace Corps by individuals and groups, including religious organizations, labor unions, legislative bodies, newspapers, and businesses.

 

41

JCI Multi-National Conference St. Thomas - Certificate

Moyers' certificate of appreciation for the part he played in the Junior Chamber International's 7/62 conference held at St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.

 

41

Bob Jones - Bob Jones University, Greenville, S.C.

Correspondence and other material relating to Bob Jones, Jr.'s, 1963 attack on the Peace Corps, and Moyers' defense of the agency.

 

41

LBJ Ranch Guests - 10/5/62

List of newspaper people who met with Sargent Shriver at the LBJ Ranch, and form thank-you letters from Shriver to the guests.

 

41

Memos - For the White House

1962-63 memos from Moyers to White House aides pertaining to Peace Corps topics.

 

41

Memos - To and From the Director [1 of 2]

 

41

Memos - To and From the Director [2 of 2]

1963 memos from Moyers to Sargent Shriver, together with some from others to Moyers or Shriver, on many topics related to the Peace Corps, including personnel, organization, budgets, recruitment of volunteers, Peace Corps training programs, and the country programs in Ethiopia, Sierra Leone, Iran, Turkey, and Puerto Rico; 5/15/63 memo from Moyers to Shriver regarding a suggestion that Martin Luther King, Jr., be sent to Africa to evaluate Peace Corps programs.

 

41

Completed Follow Up Memos

Moyers' memos, nearly all from 1962, to other Peace Corps officials dealing with various agency-related topics.

 

41

Middle-level Manpower Conference

Material on the October 10-12, 1962, Peace Corps International Conference on Middle Level Manpower, including biographies of delegates, a press release of Vice President Johnson's remarks, and excerpts from several of the sessions; booklet entitled Peace Corps Training Program: A Guide to Its Basic Components.

 

42

[Miscellaneous] [1 of 2]

 

42

[Miscellaneous] [2 of 2]

11/63-12/63 correspondence to Moyers concerning invitations to speak, the Kennedy assassination, potential employment with the federal government, and Moyers' new responsibilities in the Johnson Administration; miscellaneous Peace Corps material, including a few Moyers memos to Peace Corps officers and items relating to Vice President Johnson's visit to the Peace Corps volunteer commencement at Baranquitos, Puerto Rico, July 26-29, 1962, and other proposed vice-presidential visits.

 

42

Personnel - PC

Material on overtime, Peace Corps volunteers on staff, and other topics; 7/10/61 Peace Corps personnel roster.

 

42

Personnel Ceilings

Two memos regarding 1963 personnel ceilings for the Peace Corps.

 

42

Personnel Status Reports

Breakdown of Peace Corps staffing, budgetary data, and a paper entitled "Personnel Management in the Peace Corps."

 

42

PC Organizational Chart

6/15/62 memo from John D. Corcoran to all Peace Corps staff that includes a brief statement on the organization of the agency and an organizational chart.

 

42

Trainee Reactions

1962 letter and survey of Peace Corps volunteers relating to the idea of a domestic Peace Corps.

 

42

Volunteer Comments

Magazine and newspaper clippings containing comments about the Peace Corps by Peace Corps volunteers.

 

42

Weekly Reports to the White House and VP

6/61-4/62 weekly reports regarding Peace Corps legislation pending in Congress.

 

43

Christians Confront Communism

Book by Paul Geren

 

43

Travel Vouchers 1961-1963

Moyers' Peace Corps travel vouchers.

 

43

"A" Correspondence - General [1961-1963]

Paper entitled "The Integration of the Peruvian Indian into the National Economy" and other items relating to Latin America and Africa.

 

43

"B" Correspondence - General [May-November 1963]

Includes items pertaining to Latin America and Africa.

 

44

"B" Correspondence - General 1963-to May

 

44

"B" Correspondence 1961-1962

 

44

"C" Correspondence - General [May-November 1963]

Material relating to the Peace Corps training program in Puerto Rico and to the "Ugly American" aspect of the image of the Peace Corps abroad.

 

44

"C" Correspondence - General 1963-to April

Items on Peace Corps relations with USIA and the State Department, the proposed domestic Peace Corps, and the program in Puerto Rico.

 

44

"C" Correspondence - General 1961-1962

 

44

"D" Correspondence - General [1963]

Contains material on placement of Peace Corps volunteers in industry after their service abroad, an evaluation of the training program at Notre Dame University, and a booklet entitled Peace Corps Fact Book for 1961.

 

45

"D" Correspondence 1961-1962

 

45

"E" Correspondence - General [1961-1963]

 

45

"F" Correspondence - General [1961-1963]

 

45

"G" Correspondence - General

Includes 1963 Moyers memos to Kermit Gordon.

 

45

"G" Correspondence 1961-1962

 

45

"H" Correspondence - General [1963]

Includes items relating to Senator Lausche's opposition to and Senator Humphrey's support of Moyers' appointment as deputy director of the Peace Corps.

 

46

"H" Correspondence 1961-1962

 

46

"I" Correspondence - General [1963]

 

46

"J" Correspondence - General [1961-1963]

 

46

Johnson, L. B.

3/29/61 letter from LBJ to Moyers on the occasion of Moyers' leaving Johnson's office to go to the Peace Corps; 3/23/61 letter from LBJ to Sargent Shriver congratulating the latter on his appointment to head the Peace Corps; letters between Johnson and Pablo Casals relating to the Middle Level Manpower Conference sponsored by the Peace Corps in Puerto Rico in October 1962; letter to Moyers from Mrs. Johnson's secretary regarding a book of reminiscences by Lady Bird.

 

46

"K" Correspondence - General [1961-1963]

 

46

"L" Correspondence - General [1963]

 

46

"L" Correspondence 1961-1962

 

46

Lockwood, Bob

Correspondence regarding Mr. Lockwood's seeking employment.

 

47

"M" Correspondence - General [1963]

 

47

"M" Correspondence 1961-1962

 

47

"Mc" Correspondence - General [1961-1963]

 

47

"N" Correspondence - General [1961-1963]

 

47

"O" Correspondence - General [1963]

Includes a paper prepared at Springfield College entitled "A National Service Corps: A Schematic Plan."

 

47

"O" Correspondence - 1961-1962

 

48

"P" Correspondence - General [1963]

 

48

"P" Correspondence 1961-1962

 

48

"Q" Correspondence - General [1962-1963]

 

48

"R" Correspondence - General [February 1962-November 1963]

 

48

"R" Correspondence 1961-February 1963

 

48

"S" Correspondence 1963 June-December

 

48

"S" Correspondence 1963 January-June

 

49

"S" Correspondence 1961-1962

 

49

Shriver, R. S.

Two items from Shriver to Moyers regarding Peace Corps programs in Colombia, Peru, Chile, and Bolivia and other Peace Corps matters; letters between Moyers and Eunice Shriver relating to an application for employment by the nephew of a friend of the Shrivers.

 

49

"T" Correspondence - General [1963]

 

49

"T" Correspondence 1961-1962

 

49

"U" Correspondence - General

One item, dated 1/24/63.

 

49

"V" Correspondence - General [1961-1963]

 

49

"W" Correspondence 1963 June-December

 

49

"W" Correspondence 1963 January-June

 

49

"W" Correspondence 1961-1962

 

49

"XYZ" Correspondence - General [1961-1963]

 

50

BDM [Moyers] Memos - Peace Corps 1962

 

50

BDM [Moyers] Memos - Peace Corps 1963 January to May 31

 

50

BDM [Moyers] Memos - Peace Corps 1963 June to December

Memos from Moyers to Sargent Shriver and others concerning recruitment, publicity, congressional relations, Peace Corps problems in the field, organization and functioning of the Peace Corps administration, preparation of budgets, relations with AID, CARE, and other agencies and organizations, training of volunteers, and other topics.

 

51

LBJ Press Conference 1963-1964

Official White House transcripts of the President's press conferences.

 

51

Press Conference Material 1964

Drafts of opening remarks and background material for the President's use at press conferences from Defense, State, BOB, CEA, Commerce, Labor, Agriculture, and Treasury; transcript of 6/9/64 press conference held by Secretary of Agriculture Orville H. Freeman.

 

52

Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report

Numbers 1-30, covering January-June 1966.

 

53

Campaign [1 of 2]

 

53

Campaign [2 of 2]

Memos relating to campaign strategy (Moyers to the President, Fred Dutton of the DNC to Moyers, Jack Valenti to Moyers and the President); material on speech themes, use of television in the campaign, and the possibility of a libel suit against J. Evetts Haley for A Texan Looks at Lyndon; lists of people who worked on campaign speech drafts and of members of Congress who offered to accept speaking engagements; a comparison of the Senate voting records of LBJ and Barry Goldwater on conservation and natural resources; copies of the campaign manual for the College Young Democratic Clubs of America, the "Second Annual Report of the Voter Education Project" of the Southern Regional Council, and a speech entitled "The Election and Survival" by Dr. Jerome D. Frank of Johns Hopkins University; Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., and Hubert Humphrey letters regarding the possibility of Humphrey's attending the funeral of Italian president Segni (Segni was thought to be near death); Walt Rostow memo discussing the peace issue in the campaign. Names represented include Frank Stanton, Harlan Cleveland, Olin Johnston, John Stennis, Eric F. Goldman, James Rowe, Stewart Udall, W. Averell Harriman, John P. Roche, Clark Clifford, Abe Fortas, and Douglass Cater.

 

53

Memos to the President (Classified Information)

Briefing memos relating to the war in Vietnam and other foreign affairs issues.

 

53

December-April Economy [1963-1964]

CEA memos to the President on various economic issues, including background information on potential press conference questions.

 

53

May Economy [1964]

CEA memos to the President and others on various economic issues; notes and press release pertaining to three speeches delivered by Walter HeLler; summary of 3/12/64 meeting of Treasury consultants on the state of the economy.

 

53

June Economy [1964]

CEA memos to the President on various economic issues; 6/22/64 statement of Gardner Ackley before the Senate Committee on Commerce.

 

54

July Economy [1964]

CEA memos to the President on various economic issues; booklet entitled "Outlook for Price Stability in 1964"; press releases from the White House press secretary on the economy.

 

54

August and September Economy [1964]

CEA memos to the President and Moyers on various economic issues; press releases of presidential statements on economic issues (1964 campaign related); CEA material prepared for use by Democratic speakers in the 1964 campaign; clippings relating to the economy; text of Walter Heller's comments before the Democratic Platform Committee and of an address by Gardner Ackley on American economic policies.

 

54

October Economy [1964]

CEA memos to the President on various economic issues, including material relating to Goldwater and the 1964 campaign; article entitled "Tax Reliefs and the Burden of College Costs" by Allan M. Cartter; statement of President Fred Harrington of the University of Wisconsin before the Democratic National Convention.

 

54

November and December Economy [1964]

CEA memos to the President on various economic issues; transcript of a press conference held by William McChesney Martin 11/23/64; clippings, miscellaneous other material relating to the economy.

 

54

Morgan, Edward P. [1 of 2]

 

54

Morgan, Edward P. [2 of 2]

Transcripts of Morgan's 1964 radio broadcasts; 1/20/64 letter from Morgan to Moyers.

 

55

Possible Speech Writers

Material relating to possible speech writers for the 1964 campaign, with examples of their work; among those included are Steven R. Rivkin, Bob Yoakum, and Howard Margolis.

 

55

Aluminum Crisis - 1965

CEA and White House staff memoranda, press releases, clippings, and other material pertaining to the 1965 aluminum crisis.

 

55

Preliminary Reaction to LBJ Acceptance Speech 1964

8/29/64 report on reaction to the President's acceptance speech based on telephone interviews conducted across the United States.

 

55

Steel Crisis - 1965

CEA and White House staff memos, clippings, press releases, and other material relating to the 1965 steel crisis.

 

55

Memos re Death of President Kennedy

11/25/63 memo from Nicholas Katzenbach to Moyers regarding convincing the public that Oswald acted alone and not as a part of a communist conspiracy (includes suggestion of forming a presidential commission to look into the assassination); 11/25/63 memos from Donald M. Wilson of USIA to the President and Moyers discussing world reaction to the assassination and USIA's coverage of the event; 11/23/63 memo from Colonel William F. Jackson to the President regarding the schedule for the movement of the remains of President Kennedy to the Capitol; list of occasions when Vice President Johnson was in the company of President Kennedy 10/15/62-11/22/63; 12/6/63 USIA thirty-three page report on "Foreign Reaction to the Presidential Succession"; Earle B. Mayfield, Jr., memo of 11/27/63 on political harmony and unity in Texas; Douglass Cater article in The Reporter entitled "The Hard-Won Destiny of Lyndon Johnson."

 

56

Racial Developments FBI

October 16, 17, 1964 summaries of "Current Racial Developments"; 10/16/64 memo from Paul Popple to Moyers discussing recent arrests of individuals accused of violations of civil rights acts.

 

56

Poll (General)

Material on October 1964 polls relating to the presidential election.

 

56

August Drafts - 1965

Empty.

 

56

Office of Economic Opportunity [1 of 2]

 

56

Office of Economic Opportunity [2 of 2]

Memos from Sargent Shriver to the President and to Moyers; material on a wide range of OEO topics, including salaries, staffing, naming of regional directors, family planning, youth development, racial issues, press coverage, budgets, mayoral opposition, congressional relations, the Equal Opportunity Amendments of 1965, Head Start, Job Corps (especially the Camp Gary Center in San Marcos, Texas), Neighborhood Youth Corps, community action programs, and Texas Governor John Connally's veto of a Neighborhood Youth Corps project; press releases of presidential statements on the poverty program; 4/27/65 preliminary audit reports on Haryou-Act and the New York City Poverty Board; Sargent Shriver commencement speech at Western Michigan University 6/12/65; papers by Paul Jacobs entitled "The Brutalization of America," "The Permanent Paupers," "Don't Spit, Sit or Lie on the Floor," and "Unemployment as a Way of Life."

 

57

State of the Union 1965 [1 of 4]

 

57

State of the Union 1965 [2 of 4]

 

57

State of the Union 1965 [3 of 4]

 

57

State of the Union 1965 [4 of 4]

Suggestions, in the form of memos, graphs, tables, and data on many topics, from departments, agencies, boards, commissions, etc., for inclusions in the 1965 State of the Union message; material on State of the Union messages delivered by Presidents Roosevelt, Truman, Eisenhower, and Kennedy (date, length, proportion of domestic as against foreign material, etc.).

 

58

Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report

Numbers 27-42, covering July-October 1964.

 

59

Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report

Numbers 19-35, covering May-August 1965.

 

59

Bill Moyers

Correspondence relating to a March 1966 meeting of the Washington, D.C., chapter of the University of Texas Ex-Student's Association (Moyers was chapter president); invitations for Moyers to speak, miscellaneous correspondence on other topics.

 
 

60

Bill Moyers/A

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/A

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/B

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/C

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/D

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/E

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/F

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/G

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/H

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/I

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/J

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/K

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/L

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/M

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/N

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/O [Empty]

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/P

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/Q

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/R

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/S

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/T

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/U

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/V

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/W

 

60

Bill Moyers/Auto-Photo-Sent/XYZ

Requests for signed photographs of Moyers and, in a few cases the President. The "Q" folder is empty.

 

60

Bill Moyers/Awards

Correspondence relating to awards won by Moyers.

 

60

Bill Moyers/BDM [Moyers] Personal TOYM

Material relating to Moyers' nominations for, and winning of, one of the Junior Chamber of Commerce's "Ten Outstanding Young Men" awards (first nominated in 1963, Moyers won the award in 1965).

 

61

Bill Moyers/B

 

61

Bill Moyers/Biographical Data

Letters requesting biographical information on Moyers and discussing his family's genealogy.

 

61

Bill Moyers/Books-Booklets-Magazines/11-23-63 to 12/15/64 [Folder title added to list 11/16/92]

 

61

Bill Moyers/Books-Booklets-Magazines/12-16-64 to 5-17-65

 

61

Bill Moyers/Books-Booklets-Magazines/5-18-65 to 8-11-65

 

62

Bill Moyers/Books-Booklets-Magazines/8-12-65 to 8-26-65

 

62

Bill Moyers/Books-Booklets-Magazines/8-27-65 to 11-1-65

 

62

Bill Moyers/Books-Booklets-Magazines/11-2-65 to 11-23-65

 

62

Bill Moyers/Books-Booklets-Magazines/11-24-65 to 1-16-66

 

63

Bill Moyers/Books-Booklets-Magazines/ 1/17/66 [1 of 2]

 

63

Bill Moyers/Books-Booklets-Magazines/ 1/17/66 [2 of 2]

Articles and other items relating to Bill Moyers and the Great Society, together with pieces of general interest, sent to Moyers by friends and the general public.

 

63

Bill Moyers/C

 

63

Bill Moyers/Cartoons

Four items, including one each from Leon Jaworski and Clark Clifford, relating to cartoons (there are no copies of the cartoons in the folder).

 

63

Bill Moyers/Contributions

Material on Moyers' contributions to CARE and other organizations.

 

63

Bill Moyers/D

 

63

Bill Moyers/E

 

63

Bill Moyers/F

 

64

Bill Moyers/G

 

64

Bill Moyers/Gifts/A-C

 

64

Bill Moyers/Gifts/D-G

 

64

Bill Moyers/Gifts/H-K

 

64

Bill Moyers/Gifts/L-P

 

64

Bill Moyers/Gifts/Q-T

 

64

Bill Moyers/Gifts/U-Z

Correspondence relating to gifts sent to Moyers.

 

65

Bill Moyers/H

 

65

Bill Moyers/Holiday Greetings Received [1963-1966]

 

65

Bill Moyers/I

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1963

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-District of Columbia

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Alabama

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Alaska

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Arizona

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Arkansas

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-California

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Colorado

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Connecticut

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Delaware

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Florida

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Georgia

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Hawaii

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Idaho

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Illinois

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Indiana

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Iowa

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Kansas

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Kentucky

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Louisiana

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Maine

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Maryland

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Massachusetts

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Michigan

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Minnesota

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Mississippi

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Missouri

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Montana

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Nebraska

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Nevada

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-New Hampshire

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-New Jersey

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-New Mexico

 

65

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-New York

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-North Carolina

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-North Dakota

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Ohio

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Oklahoma

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Oregon

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Pennsylvania

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Rhode Island

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-South Carolina

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-South Dakota

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Tennessee

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Texas

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Utah

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Vermont

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Virginia

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Washington

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-West Virginia

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Wisconsin

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Wyoming

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1964-Foreign

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-District of Columbia

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Alabama

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Alaska

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Arizona

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Arkansas

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-California

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Colorado

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Connecticut

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Delaware

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Florida

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Georgia

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Hawaii

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Idaho

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Illinois

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Indiana

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Iowa

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Kansas

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Kentucky

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Louisiana

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Maine

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Maryland

 

66

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Massachusetts

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Michigan

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Minnesota

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Mississippi

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Missouri

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Montana

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Nebraska

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Nevada

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-New Hampshire

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-New Jersey

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-New Mexico

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-New York

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-North Carolina

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-North Dakota

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Ohio

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Oklahoma

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Oregon

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Pennsylvania

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Rhode Island

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-South Carolina

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-South Dakota

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Tennessee

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Texas

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Utah

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Vermont

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Virginia

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Washington

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-West Virginia

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Wisconsin

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Wyoming

 

67

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1965-Foreign

 

68

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1966-State [1 of 2]

 

68

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1966-State [2 of 2]

 

68

Bill Moyers/Invitations/1967-State

Invitations for Moyers to speak; the largest individual folders are those for the District of Columbia and Texas. Several of the folders are empty.

 

68

Bill Moyers/J

 

68

Bill Moyers/K

 

69

Bill Moyers/L

 

69

Bill Moyers/M

 

69

Bill Moyers/Edward P. Morgan [1 of 3]

 

69

Bill Moyers/Edward P. Morgan [2 of 3]

 

69

Bill Moyers/Edward P. Morgan [3 of 3]

Transcripts of Morgan's radio broadcasts 1965-1967.

 

70

Bill Moyers/Membership

Correspondence pertaining to invitations to Moyers to join various organizations, among them the Council on Foreign Relations; includes acceptances and regrets from Moyers.

 

70

Bill Moyers/Messages Received [Folder title added to list 11/16/92]

 

70

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/A

 

70

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/B

 

70

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/C

 

70

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/D

 

70

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/E

 

70

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/F

 

70

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/G

 

70

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/H

 

70

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/I

 

70

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/J

 

70

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/K

 

70

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/L

 

71

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/M

 

71

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/N

 

71

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/O

 

71

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/P

 

71

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/Q [Empty]

 

71

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/R

 

71

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/S

 

71

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/T

 

71

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/U

 

71

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/V

 

71

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/W

 

71

Bill Moyers/Messages Received/XYZ

Letters relating to Moyers' appointment as deputy director of the Peace Corps, his appointment to the White House staff, his resignation from that position to be publisher of Newsday, various honors and awards that he received, activities in which he was engaged; birthday greetings and miscellaneous correspondence. The "H" folder contains a letter from James C. Hagerty to Moyers on the problems and workload of a press secretary, as well as a letter from Hubert Humphrey on Moyers' departure for Newsday; the "N" folder contains a paper on "Trends in Religion and their Implications" by John P. Newport of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. The "Q" folder is empty.

 

71

Bill Moyers/Messages Sent

Congratulations to friends on awards, accomplishments, appointments, etc., and get-well cards.

 

72

Bill Moyers/N

Empty.

 

72

Bill Moyers/Newspaper Clippings 1-1-64 to 5-28-64

 

72

Bill Moyers/Newspaper Clippings 5-29-64 to 9-30-64

 

72

Bill Moyers/Newspaper Clippings 10-1-64 to 11-13-64

 

72

Bill Moyers/Newspaper Clippings 11-14-64 to 3/31/65

 

72

Bill Moyers/Newspaper Clippings 4-1-65 --

Clippings about Moyers, the Johnson Administration, and many other topics sent by friends and the general public (most of the clippings are from southern newspapers). The May-September folder contains a number of clippings from Irish newspapers, together with letters and other material, that relate to a visit Ted Kennedy made to Ireland.

 

72

Bill Moyers/O

 

72

Bill Moyers/P

 

72

Bill Moyers/Q

 

73

Bill Moyers/R

 

73

Bill Moyers/Recommendations

Moyers' recommendations for various people, and their letters of thanks to him.

 

73

Bill Moyers/S

 

73

Bill Moyers/Speeches

Correspondence pertaining to 1964-65 speaking engagements for Moyers.

 

73

Bill Moyers/T

 

73

Bill Moyers/Trips

Four items relating to trips Moyers took to New York City and Hawaii in 1965 and 1966.

 

73

Bill Moyers/U

Empty.

 

73

Bill Moyers/V

 

73

Bill Moyers/W

 

73

Bill Moyers/XYZ

 

74

Pacific Southwest Water Plan

Letters (including a long letter from Stewart Udall to the President), memos (many from Udall), background data, maps, and other material relating to this 1964 project.

 

74

Pearson, Drew

Pearson letter of recommendation for Frank Waldrop to be a member of the FCC; two items pertaining to Pearson, George Ball, and Vietnam; miscellaneous other material.

 

74

Personnel

1964-1966 material on appointments to agency, ambassadorial, and other posts; includes recommendations, evaluations, and press releases.

 

74

Peterson, Esther

Memos highlighting Peterson's activities 1964-1965; material on consumer issues and federal spending in the field; two articles entitled "Does Esther Peterson Pose a Threat to Marketing?" and "The Administration's Consumer Program...Friend or Foe?."

 

74

Plowshare

 

74

Post Office Department

Miscellaneous material relating to the Post Office, including summaries of the Department's 1965 projects and items on the zip code.

 

74

Phil Potter

A letter and a clipping regarding the closing of a military depot at Igloo, South Dakota.

 

74

Protocol

Memo from Angier Biddle Duke to Liz Carpenter and Bess Abell discussing "Presidential Gift Procedures."

 

74

Pugwash

Material on the Fifteenth Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs held in Addis Ababa 12-29-65 to 1-3-66, including a memo from Wilton S. Dillon to Hayes Redmon that discusses the impact on the conference of the suspension of bombing in Vietnam.

 

74

Quotations

Presidential quotations on isolationism and foreign affairs; quotations about critics, advice, and protest; Biblical quotations on unity, peace, etc.; suggested quotations for use by the President; Douglas Kiker piece on the 1964 GOP assertion that the Democrats' platform displayed an "utter disregard of God."

 

74

Reagan, Ronald

Five 1966 clippings about Reagan as a potential presidential candidate.

 

75

Recreation Advisory Council [1 of 2]

 

75

Recreation Advisory Council [2 of 2]

Agendas and minutes for meetings of the Council; circulars issued by the Council and reports on RAC actions; correspondence on topics of interest to the RAC, including the Redwoods; material re enlarging the RAC to take in natural beauty, with biographical sketches of nominees for membership on a Citizens Advisory Committee; booklets on the Army Corps of Engineers and recreation and the recreational potential of Allegheny Reservoir; copy of the Executive Order establishing the Council and a Committee on Recreation and Natural Beauty; miscellaneous material on recreation policy and legislation during the Kennedy Administration.

 

75

Romney

Clippings on Romney as a potential presidential candidate in 1968; correspondence examining charges that Romney was anti-black and anti-Jewish.

 

75

James Roosevelt

Correspondence relating to a 1965 controversy between the California League of Senior Citizens and the FHA (Roosevelt was one of several California congressman interested in the problem).

 

75

Radio and Television Commission

Exchange of letters relating to an invitation for Moyers to serve beginning in 1964 as a member of the Board of the Radio and Television Commission.

 

75

Railroads

Material, including drafts of the President's statement, on a threatened 1964 rail strike.

 

75

Republican National Committee

Excerpts from remarks by Mrs. Mary Brooks, assistant chairman of the GOP National Committee, at Lake Forest, Illinois, 9/23/65.

 

76

Miscellaneous Secret Material - 1966

Items relating to China.

 

76

Miscellaneous Material - 1966

Lists of presidential contacts with foreign heads of state, ambassadors to the United States, and American ambassadors through 6/22/66.

 

76

Hays, Brooks

Material on Hays' campaign for governor of Arkansas in 1966; clippings regarding Hays and the KKK in Bogalusa, Louisiana; article by Hays entitled "Business and Government: Who Makes Decisions in Washington?"; Moyers memo to Hays about Roger Wilkins.

 

76

Harris, Betty

Resume and memo of recommendation for Harris from Abe Fortas; correspondence pertaining to the 1964 election, Sargent Shriver and the Peace Corps, and the Poverty Program; material on the use of the Board for Fundamental Education to help the Poverty Program.

 

76

Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 1965

Material on the South Texas Medical Construction Program and federal grants for the San Antonio Medical School and Teaching Hospital; press releases on HEW expenditures and budgetary issues; long memo from Mike O'Neil to Douglass Cater on organizational problems at HEW; booklet entitled 1964 Presidential Messages to Congress Relating to Health, Education, and Welfare; paper entitled "Three and One-half Years of Progress in Health, Education, and Welfare (Kennedy-Johnson Administrations)."

 

76

Hornig Memos

Items on the construction of the Stanford Linear Accelerator and on national action in the field of high energy physics.

 

76

Inaugural Committee and Ceremonies

Material relating to various aspects of the 1965 inauguration, including the coordination of inaugural religious services, the calendar of activities, and the inaugural committee's telephone directory.

 

76

Intellectual Community

Memos on intellectuals consulting in the Department of State, May, July 1966.

 

76

Interior Department

Miscellaneous Interior-related material on topics including an interstate highway route through Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge, an electric power surplus in the United States, the Department's 1965 legislative proposal, and the possibility that Undersecretary of the Interior James K. Carr would resign to become general manager of the San Francisco Public Utilities Department; Stewart Udall memos on the Youth Conservation Corps and the administration's programs and priorities in the field of conservation.

 

76

International Economy

Two 8/66 memos on Kennedy Round.

 

76

International Trade

State Department research memo about "Trade Patterns in the West, 1965"; item on the 1966 pound sterling crisis.

 
 

76

Speech-RSS "The Peace Corps Speaks for Itself"-March 24, 1961

 

76

Speech-RSS, Catholic Interracial Council - June 1, 1961

 

76

Speech-RSS, University of Notre Dame - June 4, 1961

 

76

Speech-RSS, Student NEA - June 29, 1961

 

76

Speech-RSS (excerpt), American Legion Boys Nation - July 26, 1961

 

76

Speech-RSS, YWCA Board of Directors Luncheon "Women in the Peace Corps" - October 18, 1961

 

76

Speech-RSS, Press Conference Sheraton E. Hotel - November 18, 1961

 

76

Speech-RSS, The Mission of the Peace Corps

 

76

Speech-RSS, Before the House Appropriations Committee

 

76

Speech-RSS, The Peace Corps' First Year

 

76

Speech-RSS, Overseas Press Club - February 9, 1962

 

76

Speech-RSS, American Association of School Administrators - February 17, 1962

 

76

Speech-RSS, National Association of School Administrators, Atlantic City, New Jersey - February 17, 1962

 

76

TV Script - RSS, WTTG TV, Opinion in the Capital with Mark Evans - March 18, 1962

 

76

Speech-RSS, National Farmers' Union - March 21, 1962

 

76

Speech-RSS, Chicago Teachers College - May 23, 1962

Empty.

 

76

Speech-RSS, Kansas State University - June 3, 1962

 

76

Speech-RSS, General Federation of Women's Clubs - June 26, 1962

 

76

Speech-RSS, Texas Judicial Conference, Austin, Texas - October 5, 1962

 

76

Speech-RSS, Middle Level Manpower Conference - October 10, 1962

 

76

Speech-RSS, "A Blow for Freedom"

 

77

RSS Tape - USIS - Montoya

Texts of radio spots consisting of excerpts of statements by Peace Corps volunteers followed by a statement on the Peace Corps by Shriver.

 

77

RSS - Draft Thanks for Award from Massachusetts Committee of Protestants, Catholics, and Jews - May 8, 1963

 

77

RSS Statement - House Education and Labor Subcommittee re National Service Corps - May 24, 1963

 

77

Speech-RSS, Salem College, Salem, West Virginia - May 28, 1963

 

77

Speech-RSS, North Carolina A&T College - June 1, 1963

 

77

Release Re Greensboro Speech

 

77

Speech-RSS, Statement Senate Labor and Public Welfare Subcommittee - June 5, 1963

 

77

Speech-RSS, Springfield College - June 9, 1963

 

77

RSS - "Two Years of the Peace Corps" Foreign Affairs

Reprint of an article that appeared in the July 1963 issue of Foreign Affairs.

 

77

Speech-RSS, National Federation of Catholic College Students, Minneapolis, Minnesota - August 27, 1963

 

77

Speech-RSS, Peoria Advertising and Selling Club - September 9, 1963

 

77

Speech-RSS, San Francisco Concordia Club - October 10, 1963

 

77

Speech-RSS, California Commonwealth Club - October 11, 1963

 

77

Speech-RSS, Washington, D.C., Hadassah Convention - October 28, 1963

 

77

Speech (draft)-RSS, Springfield College

 

77

Shriver Speeches

Texts of Shriver speeches on 1/15/63 at the National Conference on Religion and Race, 2/24/63 to the Knights of Columbus in Chicago, 6/12/63 at the Fordham University commencement, and 12/7/65 at the dinner of the Experiment in International Living.

 

77

Yevtushenko

Statement on speech cards relating to Soviet poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko.

 

77

Speech-BDM [Moyers], Rice University Houston - September 26, 1963

Drafts, speech cards, and final text; text of speech given by Raymond C. Parrott (special assistant to the director of the Peace Corps) to the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Foreign Policy Association on 9/25/63.

 

77

Moyers-Synopsis

Synopsis of undated Moyers remarks on Peace Corps volunteers.

 

77

Speech-BDM [Moyers], Farmers' Union, Denver

 

77

Speeches - Moyers

Handwritten notes, background material, and note cards for several Moyers speeches; draft outline of Warren Wiggins' speech on the Peace Corps delivered 10/29/62 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

 

77

Speeches and Papers re Bill Moyers as Deputy Director of the Peace Corps

Texts of Moyers remarks on 7/28/61 at the convention of Young Democrats in Indianapolis, Indiana, on 7/20/62 at the National Conference on International Economic and Social Development in Chicago, Illinois, and on 9/26/63 at Rice University in Houston, Texas; undated texts for two speeches; copy of the hearings before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Moyers' nomination as deputy director of the Peace Corps.

 

77

Peace Corps Speeches (by Jack Vaughn)

Texts of speeches by Peace Corps director Jack Vaughn on 2/28/66 at the University of Michigan and 3/2/66 at the University of Texas.

 

78

Aging - Speech Material

Material on social security and other issues of interest to the elderly; statistics on aging and population estimates for the United States; papers on housing for the aged; a pamphlet on senior citizens; a book entitled Sociological Background of Adult Education edited by Hobert W. Burns.

 

78

Disarmament - Speech Material

6/64 "Resume of Major Developments and Achievements in Arms Control and Disarmament Since 1960" and 9/65 USIA cable regarding progress toward disarmament.

 

78

JFK Speeches - Speech Material

1964 booklet entitled John Fitzgerald Kennedy 1917-1963: A Chronological List of References and an article by JFK entitled "Every Citizen Holds Office."

 

78

Poverty Speech Material

June 1964 issue of Nation's Cities: The Magazine of the American Municipal Association (contains an article on poverty in cities and an editorial on LBJ and city problems).

 

78

Speech - Texas State Teachers' Association - LBJ November 25, 1949 Digest of LBJ's remarks on this occasion.

 

78

Council of Economic Advisers - Reports to President on Economic Indicators

Press releases (February, May 1965) issued by the CEA and reports prepared by the CEA (September, October 1965 and February 1966) for the Joint Economic Committee of Congress.

 

78

Hudson Riverway Bill - Ottinger

Material relating to Congressman Richard Ottinger's Hudson Highlands National Scenic Riverway bill, including a Department of the Interior report on the legislation and a Federal Power Commission opinion (number 452) regarding a license for Consolidated Edison Company of New York to erect a hydroelectric facility on the Hudson River.

 

78

Residual Oil Import Program

March-April 1965 material, including memos to the President from Stewart Udall and Lee C. White, on the administration's residual oil program policy.

 

78

Executive Orders Issued in 1965

 

78

Executive Department Nominations

Press releases of nominations for the period May-August 1965.

 

78

Cabinet Legislative Recommendations

1/22/65 status report on pending legislation by department, agency, etc.

 

78

District of Columbia

Two Justice Department memos - eleven pages on crime control in D.C. and twenty-nine pages on "Pre-presentment Code for D.C."; material relating to Pennsylvania Avenue, a summer recreation program, and a change (11/64) in the office of D.C. chief of police.

 

78

Disaster Relief - Flood and Tornado Damage

Memos regarding procedures in the White House for handling natural disasters; press release summarizing 1964 activities under the Federal Disaster Act; material on the President's April 1965 visit to stricken areas of Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, and Minnesota, on flooding in Kansas and Minnesota, and on a special disaster fund.

 

79

Desalination

One newspaper clipping on this topic.

 

79

Conflict of Interests

Memo and press releases about conflict of interests in government.

 

79

Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents, Monday, August 29, 1966

 

79

Draft of Possible TV Address

10/6/66 Department of State draft for a message on Vietnam.

 

79

[Rostow Draft of Vietnam Message]

1/29/66 draft of a message on Vietnam.

 

79

FDIC Reports

News releases and memos (mostly Joseph W. Barr to Moyers) on a wide range of issues involving the FDIC; surveys of deposit accounts and insurance coverage for 1955 and 1964.

 

79

Federal State Relations

Listing of federal expenditures for fiscal year 1964 on state and local government; detailed breakdown of money spent in fiscal year 1964 in Mississippi; 3-22-65 BOB memo on "Administrative and Management Relationships with the States and Their Localities."

 

79

International Aerospace and Science Exposition - Dulles Airport

Material relating to the 1965 exposition, including correspondence and a draft bill.

 

79

Highway Beautification - Billboards 5/26/65

Material relating to the 1965 Beautification Bill, including a report on the bill, a draft version, suggestions for amendments, congressional and other contacts in behalf of the bill, copies of the Congressional Record that contain pertinent debate, and correspondence form advertisers.

 

79

[Audio Tapes]

Two tapes: 1) Robert Scheer 4/1/65 report on Vietnam; and 2) Moyers speech to Peace Corps personnel in the West Auditorium of the State Department.

 

80

Miscellaneous Loose Material

Moyers memoir of his activities on November 22, 1963 (the day of the Kennedy assassination); booklets entitled Proposed Economic Assistance Programs FY 1967 (the AID presentation to Congress), Retraining and Labor Market Adjustment in Western Europe by Margaret S. Gordon, Birth Control Policy, and A Proposal to Establish the Midwest Executive Seminar Center; material on the use of young people to help solve national problems.

 

80

Jake Jacobsen

Draft of a deposition relating to Bobby Baker.

 

80

Mrs. Johnson's Visit to Latin America

Two 1966 memos.

 

80

Johnson Quotes

April-May 1964 LBJ quotations on a variety of topics.

 

80

Jokes

Suggested remarks for Moyers about Averell Harriman.

 

80

Justice Department

Justice weekly reports for May-July 1965; correspondence about wiretapping; Burke Marshall's letter of resignation as assistant attorney general.

 

80

Kellam, J. C.

One memo relating to the Austin Management Company.

 

80

Kennedy Center

Correspondence on the programs of the Center and operational aspects of the building; among the correspondents are Roger Stevens, S. Dillon Ripley, and Eric Leinsdorf.

 

80

'67 Legislative Program

August-September 1966 memos with suggestions for new domestic programs and changes in existing ones.

 

80

Manpower

Material relating to manpower for the armed forces, including a 9/7/64 speech by Pat Moynihan and two booklets entitled Results of the Examination of Youths for Military Service, 1963 and One-Third of a Nation: A Report on Young Men Found Unqualified for Military Service.

 

80

John Bartlow Martin

Correspondence regarding Martin's taking a position with the Johnson Administration.

 

80

John V. Lindsay

Article by Noel E. Parmentel, Jr., entitled "John V. Lindsay: Less than Meets the Eye," taken from Esquire magazine's October 1965 issue.

 
 

80

African Speech

Background material and draft comments for the President's 5/26/66 presentation to OAU ambassadors of the book African Art in American Collections; material on African constitutions, including excerpts from several of them highlighting similarities with the United States Constitution.

 

80

Argentina

 

81

Australia

 

81

Barbados

 

81

Berlin

 

81

Brazil

 

81

Cambodia

 

81

Canada

 

81

[Chile]

[Processing Note: A memo for the President from Walt Rostow dated 8/11/66 concerning Chile was found in the folder for "Cambodia" and transferred to a new folder on Chile. There had previously not been a Chile folder. 2/22/88.]

 

81

Ethiopia

 

81

European Trip

 

81

Finland

 

81

Geneva

 

81

Greece

 

81

Haiti

 

81

Italy

 

81

Japan

 

81

Korea

 

82

Mongolia

 

82

Nigeria

 

82

Pakistan

 

82

Poland

 

82

Portugal

 

82

Red China

 

82

Ryukyus

 

82

Singapore

 

82

South Africa

 

82

Southeast Asia

 

82

Spain

 

82

Taiwan

 

82

Thailand

 

82

Turkey

 

83

Vietnam - Daily Reports [1 of 3]

 

83

Vietnam - Daily Reports [2 of 3]

 

83

Vietnam - Daily Reports [3 of 3]

 

83

Vietnam Weekly Reports

 

83

JUSPAO Weekly Reports

 

84

Material Relating to Recommendation to Amend the Fair Labor Standards Act

Proposed message, draft bill, economic data, background information, and other items pertaining to this bill.

 

84

Hershey Analysis (Southwick)

Report entitled "Goldwater Contradictions and Shifts Reflected by His Statements at Hershey, Pa., August 12, 1964"; the report is in two parts - "Goldwater Versus the Eisenhower-Dulles Foreign Policy" and "Other Goldwater Contradictions and Shifts," each of which is further subdivided by topics.

 

84

Agriculture 1961-1964 [two binders]

Report entitled "Agriculture: A Record of Performance Under the Johnson-Kennedy-Freeman Administration 1961-1964" put together by Rural Americans for Johnson-Humphrey in September 1964. [The contents of the two binders are duplicates, except that one also includes a section titled American Farm Bureau Federation.]

 

85

Johnson Quotes

Eight pages of 1964 LBJ quotations on various topics.

 

86

Telecommunications Management

Material concerning plans for an organization for telecommunications management, including a 1/13/65 memo of twenty-two pages from J. D. O'Connell to Myer Feldman.

 

86

Three and a Half Years of Progress

June 1964 compilation entitled "Three and a Half Years of Progress: The Kennedy-Johnson Administrations" that lists major legislation enacted 1961-1964 and describes successful actions and programs of various departments and agencies.

 

86

[Presidential Appointments 11/23/63-11/28/65]

Lists of major appointments arranged by agency and department, and a list of women appointed to executive branch positions.

 

87

Miller Speaks

 

87

Miller Speaks - Supplement #1

 

87

Miller Speaks - Supplement #2

DNC produced compilation of quotations by 1964 GOP vice-presidential candidate William E. Miller, arranged topically, for use by Democratic campaigners in the 1964 election.

 

87

Goldwater #1

 

87

Goldwater #2

Material on Goldwater for use in the 1964 Democratic campaign, including quotations, comparisons of Goldwater and Eisenhower, votes cast by Goldwater in the Senate, etc., paper entitled "Extremism: The Politics of Catastrophe."

 

88

The Johnson Administration Record: First Session of the 89th Congress

10/7/65 DNC-prepared summary of enacted and pending major legislation and discussion of what the administration was doing for the young, women, farmers, etc.; the material is indexed.

 

88

What President Johnson's Program Means to America: Essays by Outstanding American Scholars at the Close of the 89th Congress, September 1965

Contributors include John M. Blum (introductory essay), John Goodlad (Education), James P. Dixon (Welfare and Health), Eugene V. Rostow (Civil Rights and Immigration), Robert C. Wood (Urban Development), Eli Ginzberg (Manpower Policy), Michael Harrington (War on Poverty), Durward L. Allen (Resource Management), Seymour E. Harris (Economic Policy), Paul A. Samuelson (Treasury Policy), Edward C. Bursk (Business), Lloyd V. Berkner (Space), Gerard C. Smith (Foreign Policy), and Andrew W. Cordier (United Nations).

 

89

U.S. Foreign Policy Today (Removed from Binder)

Department of State press releases, articles, bulletins, etc., and speeches by State officials on various aspects of U.S. foreign relations.

 

89

Data Book on Bureau of the Budget November 1963

Review of significant features of the BOB as an agency and as a staff arm of the President; includes background material and information on staff, organization, responsibilities, etc. of the BOB.

 

90

State Agricultural Highlights Under Kennedy-Johnson-Freeman Administration 1961-1964

Data on farm income, soil conservation, the REA, and other agricultural topics arranged by state.

 

90

Preliminary Draft Catalog of Federal Improvement Programs Produced by the Office of Economic Opportunity

Booklet.

 

91

Analysis of Civil Rights Functions of the Federal Government and Recommendations for Their Consolidation in a Single Agency

Report submitted by LeRoy Collins, director of the Community Relations Service, on 12/7/64.

 

92

Odd But Relevant Facts

Information on the accomplishments of the Johnson Administration in many fields (social and economic, domestic and foreign) compiled for use by Democratic campaigners in the 1964 election.

 

93

President Lyndon B. Johnson: Promises, Goals, and Policy Commitments (11/63-11/64)

Compilation of promises and policy commitments by LBJ up to 11/1/64 gleaned from his speeches and statements (excluding remarks at press conferences), arranged topically and indexed.

 

93

Press Conference Briefing Papers 7/23/64 [Folder title added to list 11/16/92]

 

94

Task Force in 1965 on Legislative Problems

Collection of statements outlining needs in American society that might be met through legislation.

 

94

Task Forces on the 1965 Legislative Program

Issue papers prepared by CEA and BOB for use by a number of task forces, including those on transportation, natural resources, education, health, urban problems, pollution of the environment, preservation of natural beauty, intergovernmental fiscal cooperation, efficiency and economy, anti-recession policy, agriculture, civil rights, foreign economic policy, and income maintenance policy. The papers provide general background discussion in each subject area, identify the major issues to be considered by each task force, and in some cases put forth alternative proposals to be examined by the task forces.

 

95

An Accounting of Stewardship 1961-1964

Several-hundred-page compilation listing Democratic policies and achievements in agriculture, civil rights, defense, space, etc., through May 1964; prepared for use by the Democrats during the 1964 presidential campaign.

 

95

1965: Year of Legislative Achievements

Booklet published by HEW.

 

96

Administration Record

A slightly different version of the compilation described under "An Accounting of Stewardship" in box 95.

 

97

Speech Sections (2 copies)

Background material for use in preparing speeches on eighteen topics, including the economy, voting rights, clean air, highway safety, health and research, and medicare. [One binder contains a section on Highway Safety, and the other contains section on War on Poverty.]

 

98

The Johnson Administration Record: First Session of the 89th Congress

Prepared by the DNC 10/7/65, this is a summary of legislation enacted and pending that points out what the administration had done and hoped to do for various groups in American society.

 

98

The Johnson Administration Record: First Session of the 89th Congress January 4-October 23, 1965

An updated version of the preceding item.

 

99

1965 Legislative Program Book #3 - Task Force Briefs #1

 

99

Legislative Program Book #4 - Task Force Briefs #2

December 1964 briefing papers on the work of various task forces for possible use in the preparation of presidential messages on the topics considered by the task forces; most consist of analysis of the task force reports by the department or agency most concerned with the topic (Interior briefed the report to the President of the Task Force on Natural Resources, BOB the report of the Task Force on Cost Reduction, etc.).

 

100

Legislative Program Book #5

 

100

Legislative Program Book #6

December 1964 material from various departments and agencies relating to potential new federal programs to be included in the legislative portfolio of the Great Society; analysis of the work and recommendations of various task forces; list of committee assignments for new legislative proposals; proposed schedule of special messages by the President for February-March 1965; cost estimates for various components of the legislative program for the first session of the 89th Congress; miscellaneous material on the 1965 legislative program.

 

101

National Opinion Survey; Vietnam - October 1965-January 1966

 

101

National Rural Opinion Survey; Vietnam - November-December 1965

 

101

Opinion Polls - Highlights

 

101

[Senate Hearings]

Volume 1 of the February 1966 hearings held before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations on a bill (S. 2793) "to amend further the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended."

 

101

[Senate Hearings]

Volume 2 of the preceding item.

 

102

[Senate Hearings]

Volume 3 of the above hearings.

 

102

[Senate Hearings]

Volumes 4, 5 and 6 of the above hearings.

 

103

Budget Summary War on Poverty 1965

Includes a series of potential questions about the War on Poverty with suggested answers.

 

103

[Summaries from Departments on Administration Accomplishments - 1965]

 

103

The Great Society - A Second Year Legislative Program

Printed copy of a second-year legislative agenda for the Great Society with many Moyers annotations; this copy was used to present the list of desired legislation to the President in a meeting at the LBJ Ranch.

 

104

[Booklets]

Eight booklets, including the following:

  • Report of the Committee on Transportation of the National Citizens' Commission on International Cooperation (1965);
  • One-Third of a Nation, A Report on Young Men Found Unqualified for Military Service (The President's Task Force on Manpower Conservation, 1964);
  • Poverty Program Information as of 1 January 1966 (OEO, 1966);
  • Howard V. Perlmutter, Towards a Theory and Practice of Social Architecture (1965);
  • A Letter from Henry Laurens to His Son John Laurens, August 14, 1776 (1964);
  • ...Foundation for All Our Aspirations, A Report to the People on Health (HEW, 1965);
  • The Social Sciences in International and Military Policy: An Analytic Bibliography (Bureau of Social Science Research, Inc., 1965);
  • "President's Committee on Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Crime Briefing Booklet, October 1, 1965."
 

105

Biographic Handbook - Communist China

Looseleaf notebook.

 

105

Republic of South Vietnam: Selected Personalities

Booklet.

 

105

The Negro American Conference Vol. I

 

105

The Negro American Conference Vol. II

Proceedings of a May 14-15, 1965, conference sponsored by Daedalus.

 

105

Catalog of Federal Programs for Individual and Community Improvement

OEO booklet published 12/15/65.

 

105

[Notes on Foreign Policy Issues 1963-1965]

Background notes on national security issues put together for the President's use in talks with Bill White and sent to the White House 10/27/65; topics include Cyprus, Kashmir, Panama, the Guantanamo water crisis, the Dominican Republic, Bolivia, Southeast Asian Development, MLF, Gulf of Tonkin, Pleiku, and force build-up in Vietnam.

 

106

Communication Factors of Revolutionary Guerrilla War

Xerox copy of a circa 1000-page study by Douglas E. Pike.

 

107

[Looseleaf Binder from State on Vietnam]

Miscellaneous material relating to Vietnam, including items on the Vice President's trip to South Vietnam, General Ky's comment on Hitler, a list of senators who voted for the Southeast Asia Collective Defense Treaty, views on policy toward China expressed in 1948-1951 by members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee (the 1965 committee), and many other topics.

 

108

[AID Material]

AID Manual orders on programming principles and techniques; AIDTO Circular A-188 outlining basic instructions for preparation of AID program statements; booklets relating to country loan programs in Turkey, Brazil, and Chile.

 

108

Material on Legislation Program 8/19/65

List of major public laws enacted in the first session of the 89th Congress through 8/19/65, with a brief description of what each law was supposed to do.

 

108

Legislation 10/21/66

Booklet prepared by the Office of Coordinator of Information House of Representatives entitled "Major Legislative Actions Eighty-Ninth Congress Up to May 26, 1966"; two memos (1/24/66 and 3/25/66) from AID to the White House regarding AID-related legislation before Congress; 1/17/66-10/21/66 status reports on major administration proposals pending in Congress; 11/6/64 memo regarding Food For Peace; paper entitled "The War on Poverty: Proposals"; and miscellaneous other material.

 

109

Notebook on First 300 Days

Compilation listing the Johnson Administration's accomplishments in defense, civil rights, space, business, labor, etc.

 

109

Deadline Data on World Affairs - U.S. Domestic Nov. 1963-Dec. 1964

 

109

Deadline Data on World Affairs - U.S. Foreign Relations 1964

 

109

Deadline Data on World Affairs - U.S. Foreign Relations 1965

Chronological accounts of the highlights of U.S. domestic affairs 11/18/63-1/3/65 and foreign affairs 11/22/63-6/17/65, as reported by Deadline Data, Inc., of New York.

 

110

The Johnson Administrative Record

See descriptions for box 98.

 

110

Fred Panzer Reports

Summary of the major beautification efforts of the federal government (undated but probably late 1965).

 

111

Agriculture 1961-1964

See description for box 84.

 

111

[Agriculture Department Notebook]

July 10, 1964, eight-page memo from Orville Freeman to Moyers reviewing the Democratic farm program of the 1960s; texts of various speeches delivered by Freeman on agricultural topics 1963-1964; 1964 USDA booklet entitled Food and Agriculture: A Program for the 1960's.

 

111

USIA Booklet - President Kennedy Speaks.

 

111

Miscellaneous Material from DNC

Compilation of Barry Goldwater quotations from September 1964 entitled "What Barry Goldwater Has Said, Supplement 'E'"; 3/4/64 newsletter regarding the success of Democratic programs; score card - "What the Democrats Have Done for You - What the Republicans Have Done To You!"

 

111

Miscellaneous Material re Ghana

Press statement released 2/10/64 by the Ghana Students' Association of the Americas pertaining to anti-American demonstrations in Ghana.

 

111

An Address by Senator Johnson to University of Nebraska Convocation, September 22, 1960

Press release of LBJ's remarks.

 

111

Copies of Speeches by Government and Non-Government People, 1963-1964

4/29/64 press releases regarding Twentieth Century Fund report "U.S.A. and Its Economic Future"; 2/28/64 remarks about Senator Margaret Chase Smith delivered at a Reserve Officers Association event; correspondence relating to the ROA/Senator Smith dinner; texts of Esther Peterson's remarks on 9/19/64 before the 19th annual Conference on Citizenship in Washington, D.C., Charles Luckman's anti-communist speech "...In the Minds of Men" delivered 6/12/64 at San Diego State University, James W. Symington's 6/13/64 address to the Missouri Young Democrats State Convention in Kansas City, Thomas J. Dodd's 6/21/64 remarks before the American Medical Political Action Committee in San Francisco, Theodore S. Repplier's (president of the Advertising Council, Inc.) talk on 12/6/63 at the Conference on Technology and Human Values at Penn State University, and the President's remarks on 9/1/64 to the General Board of the AFL-CIO; 3/25/64 memo Moyers to Jack Valenti discussing topics for presidential speeches in April-June 1964; 5/4/64 State memo on a White House statement on implementing legislation for an international coffee agreement.

 

111

Memo from the Office of Science and Technology on Medicine and Health June 4, 1964

 

111

HEW Material on Medicine and Health

Text for HEW booklet 50 Years of Occupational Health; March-April issue of the American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal; HEW book entitled Man, Medicine, and Work: Historic Events in Occupational Medicine; 1964 HEW booklet entitled A Look at the Division of Occupational Health.

 

112

Reports on Johnson Administration Record

9/24/65 memo Fred Panzer to Hayes Redmond on the number of people affected by legislation on medicare, voting rights, manpower development and training, Appalachia, ESEA, and housing and urban development; 7/17/64 memo Mark Sheehan to Paul Southwick arguing that the President should announce his formal candidacy before the Democratic convention, with an attachment laying out the administration's accomplishments (and pending legislation) that could be used as background material for a television address announcing his candidacy; copy of the compilation "The Administration Record: First Session of the 89th Congress."

 

112

1964 Republican Platform - I

 

112

1964 Republican Platform - II

 

113

1964 Republican Platform - III

 

113

1964 Republican Platform - IV

Breakdown of the GOP platform by subject, with point-by-point refutation of the provisions; listing by state of Democratic accomplishments during the Kennedy-Johnson Administration.

 

113

Speech Material

Background information (1963-1966) for speeches on the economy, defense, foreign affairs, and other topics.

 

113

Alsop, Joseph

Empty.

 

113

ADA Convention Week of 5/11/64

Correspondence relating to and final draft of the President's message to the ADA convention.

 

113

AEC

7/11/66 memo Charles E. Johnson to Walt Rostow relating to the charge that the United States lagged behind the Soviet Union in the peaceful use of atomic fusion.

 

113

Agriculture (folder 2 of 2)

Material pertaining to a variety of agricultural topics, including the economic status of farmers under the Democratic administration, the food crises in India, Latin America, and Vietnam, price supports, rural electrical cooperatives, and crop prices; Orville Freeman memos to the President on many subjects; 1/1/65 memo from Kermit Gordon to Moyers on the USDA budget.

 

113

Alaska Earthquake

Booklets on the damage caused by the 1964 Alaska earthquake and on the economic assistance available to the state.

 

114

Armstrong

Correspondence between Moyers and Mary Jane Ricklin Armstrong regarding uniting a Polish refugee with her mother.

 

114

American Revolution

Material relating to the observance of the United States bicentennial.

 

114

Assassination Penalties

1965 correspondence and a draft bill pertaining to penalties for assassinating the president or vice president.

 

114

Balance of Payments

One memo and one note with attachments relating to the 1966 balance of payments.

 

114

Baylor University 5/28/65

Drafts of presidential remarks on Latin America and the Dominican Republic.

 

114

Defense Department

DOD weekly reports for September and November 1965 and material on a variety of defense-related topics, including the draft, press contacts and speeches of DOD officials, the GE plant at Scranton, Pennsylvania, the army reserve and national guard, closures of military bases/installations, membership of the Defense Industry Advisory Council, and volunteers refused induction because of medical or educational deficiencies.

 

114

BW-CW

Benjamin Welles' 9/21/66 column in the New York Times on the use of chemicals in warfare.

 

114

Commerce Department

Material relating to various departmental subjects, such as appointments, policy formulation, and activities (including Commerce's role in beautification); copies of speeches by Luther H. Hodges and John T. Connor.

 

114

Communications Satellites

July 19, 1966, memo J. D. O'Connell to Milton Semer on the use of communications satellites by the Department of Defense in Southeast Asia.

 

114

[Panzer Speech Folder]

Material put together in 1966 for use in speeches highlighting the Johnson Administration's achievements in foreign and domestic policy areas.

 

114

Bobby Baker

Two clippings about Baker's legal problems.

 

114

Robert Cahn

Draft articles on government organization and foreign economic policy by Robert Cahn, a staff writer for the Christian Science Monitor; clippings from the Monitor of several Cahn pieces on the Great Society.

 

115

Davis, Congressman Clifford

Material on the Poverty Program, Appalachia, Davis' 1964 congressional campaign, and civil rights legislation.

 

115

Dodd, Senator Thomas J.

Newspaper clippings about Dodd's 1966 legal problems.

 

115

Edelstein, Julius

Correspondence and press releases pertaining to federal money for national guard armories in New York City, politics in New York City during the 1964 campaign (especially the ethnic vote), and other topics; text of an 8/17/64 speech by New York City Mayor Robert F. Wagner to Young Citizens for Lyndon B. Johnson.

 

115

Feldman, Myer

Correspondence and promotional material relating to the "Lefrak Plan for an International Fashion Center and World Merchandise Mart" planned for Long Island City, New York.

 

115

Fortas, Justice Abe

Newspaper clippings about Fortas and the Supreme Court.

 

115

Galbraith, John Kenneth

Copy of Galbraith's speech to the ADA on 4/22/66.

 

115

Richard Gardner

Copies of letters to Gardner upon the occasion of his leaving his position as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State (correspondents include Senators Frank Church, Stuart Symington, and John Sparkman).

 

115

Greenfield, Meg

Copy of Greenfield's article "Nightflight with the Nicest Guy in Town" from the 7/14/66 issue of The Reporter.

 

115

Guest, Raymond R.

Correspondence and biographical material pertinent to the consideration of Guest for appointment as ambassador to Ireland in 1964.

 

115

CENTO

Contains one memo and one telegram.

 

115

Civil Rights - 1966 Conference

Contains two newspaper clippings.

 

115

Central Arizona Project

1964-1965 memos and maps relating to the proposed project.

 

115

DNC "Get Out the Vote" Manual

Prepared for the 1966 election.

 

115

Disarmament

Material, including background papers, excerpts from the Congressional Record, and correspondence, relating to the military and non-military implications of nuclear disarmament; material for rebuttal of the 1964 GOP platform changes regarding the Democratic handling of the question of disarmament; 1963 report on "Military Implications of the Proposed Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty" published by the Preparedness Investigating Subcommittee of the Senate Armed Services Committee.

 

115

Education

August 4, 1966, seven-page memo from HEW Secretary John Gardner to Douglas Cater discussing incentives to promote desegregation.

 

115

Correspondence on 1964 Election and Political Polls

Letter and clippings about the 1966 Florida gubernatorial election (especially the question of which candidate Johnson and Humphrey endorsed); Republican National Committee booklet entitled The 1964 Elections: A Summary Report with Supporting Tables; DNC flyer on President Johnson and the 89th Congress.

 

115

"65 Elections"

DNC compilations "A Summary of State and Municipal Elections on November 2, 1965," and "Election Summary November 3, 1965."

 

115

Speech Cards on Great Society

Set of cards with the accomplishments of the Johnson Administration listed by topic -- education, voting rights, etc.

 

116

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Material relating to complaints lodged during 1965 at the Office of Compliance, the activities of the EEOC during its first one hundred days, and a digest of legal opinions issued or adopted by the Commission 7/65-10/65.

 

116

Exclusive Summary

State Department summaries.

 

116

Executive Department Appointments

Material on openings and candidates for executive department positions 1963-1965, including many letters of recommendation and evaluations from members of the administration and those on the White House staff.

 

116

Faisal's Visit

Material on King Faisal of Saudia Arabia and his visit to the United States in June 1966.

 

116

Food for Peace

Miscellaneous material on Food for Peace, such as a draft for a 1965 presidential statement, discussions of food shortages in South American and Asian countries, and a booklet entitled Food for Peace: 1964 Annual Report on Public Law 480.

 

116

Foreign Aid [Folder title added to list 11/16/92]

Material on foreign aid, primarily from Walt Rostow about pending appropriations.

 

116

Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board

Contains one memo with attachment.

 

116

Fowler's Speech - November 28, 1965

Text of remarks before the Press Club of New Orleans, Louisiana.

 

116

Frei Visit - Chile 6/28/66

One 6/28/66 background memo from Rostow to the President about this visit.

 

116

General Services Administration

Items pertaining to architectural standards for federal buildings.

 

116

Government Reorganization

Copy of a David Broder column of 1/3/67.

 

116

Memo from J. Edgar Hoover on Wiretapping

August 8, 1966, memo from Hoover to Marvin Watson.

 

116

[Excerpts LBJ Speeches July-September 1964]

Excerpts arranged by topic for use in the 1964 presidential campaign.

 

116

The President Speaks to the People

 

116

The President Speaks to the People II

DNC publications of the President's remarks September-October 15, 1964.

 

117

Platform Drafts

Contributions from departments and agencies for the 1964 Democratic Platform.

 

117

Future Trips

Background material on the Upper Great Lakes region assembled in anticipation of a 1964 presidential visit to the area; other 1964 items relating to possible presidential trips to poverty-stricken areas, to Topeka and Wichita, Kansas, to New York City and other cities in New York, to Warm Springs, Georgia, and to other cities in the Midwest and West.

 

117

The Attitudes, Hopes and Fears of Nigerians

A booklet by Lloyd A. Free published by the Institute for International Social Research in 1964.

 

118

What Goldwater Said 1953-1964

 

118

What Goldwater Said: Supplement A, July 13-31, 1964

 

118

What Goldwater Said: Supplement C, September 1-15, 1964

DNC compilation of Goldwater quotations, arranged topically for use by Democratic campaigners in the 1964 election.

 

118

The Johnson Record: A Five Month Report, January-May 1965

DNC compilation of the Johnson Administration accomplishments in the first five months of 1965.

 

119

Material re State of the Union 1964

Copy of "An Accounting of Stewardship 1961-1964 (Fulfillment of 1960 Platform, Updated as of December 1, 1964)," which is an updated version of the item described above in box 95.

 

119

Alaska

 

119

Arizona

 

119

Arkansas

 

119

California

 

119

Colorado

 

119

Connecticut

 

120

Delaware

 

120

Florida

 

120

Georgia

 

120

Hawaii

 

120

Idaho

 

120

Illinois

 

120

Indiana

 

120

Iowa

 

120

Kansas

 

120

Kentucky

 

121

Louisiana

 

121

Maine

 

121

Maryland

 

121

Massachusetts

 

121

Michigan

 

121

Minnesota

 

121

Mississippi

 

121

Missouri

 

121

Montana

 

122

Nebraska

 

122

Nevada

 

122

New Hampshire

 

122

New Jersey

 

122

New Mexico

 

122

New York

 

122

North Carolina

 

122

North Dakota

 

122

Ohio

 

123

Oklahoma

 

123

Oregon

 

123

Pennsylvania

 

123

Rhode Island

 

123

South Carolina

 

123

South Dakota

 

123

Tennessee

 

123

Texas

 

123

Utah

 

124

Vermont

 

124

Virginia

 

124

West Virginia

 

124

Wisconsin

 

124

Wyoming

Reports on each state (there is none for Alabama) for use by the Democrats in the 1964 election. For each state there is congressional district data, election results since 1946, a brief history of the state and analysis of key issues, a list of state officeholders, material on the Democratic Party organization and the state Young Democrats, biographies of candidates for governor, senator, and congressman, voting records of members of Congress up for reelection, lists of mayors of major cities, of principal newspapers, editors, and publishers, and of presidential appointments, statistical and narrative treatments of achievements of the Kennedy-Johnson Administration, summaries from state newspapers of significant political developments, and a road map.

 

124

Acceptance Speech 8/27/64

Three long memos (from McGeorge Bundy, William Attwood, and Horace Busby) relating to the President's acceptance speech at the Democratic Convention; drafts of the speech.

 
 

125

Advertising Council [5/6/64]

 

125

Alliance for Progress [5/11/64]

Remarks given before the ambassadors of Alliance for Progress participating nations.

 

125

Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America 5/9/64

 

125

American Bar Association 8/12/64

 

125

Australian Prime Minister Toast 6/24/64

 

125

Blind Students Ceremony 5/21/64

Contains one memo regarding having a blind Peace Corps volunteer present for the President's remarks to blind students.

 

125

Meeting with Willie Brandt 5/18/64

Includes a schedule for Brandt's visit and talking points for the President's meeting with Brandt.

 

125

Brown, Mrs. Virginia Mae - Swearing-In ICC Commissioner 5/25/64

 

125

Welcome to King of Burundi 5/19/64

 

125

Businessmen's Luncheon 7/23/64

Includes material relating to Secretary of Defense McNamara's briefing of the businessmen at the luncheon.

 

125

Chicago Fund-Raising Dinner 4/23/64

 

125

Christian Leadership Seminar of Southern Baptists 3/25/64

 

125

Civil Rights Bill Signing Broadcast [7/2/64]

Material relating to the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

 

126

Civil Rights Religious Leaders 4/29/64

Includes a paper by J. R. Scales, the president of Oklahoma Baptist University, entitled "Southern Baptists in the Elections of 1960 and 1964."

 

126

Coast Guard Academy Commencement 6/3/64

Material on Douglas Dillon's remarks at the commencement and on the President's speech at the Electric Boat Company yard in Groton, Connecticut, on the same day; booklet entitled The Submarine in the United States Navy (Naval History Division, 1963).

 

126

Communication Workers of America - Cleveland 6/17/64

 

126

Cooperative League of the U.S.A. 5/20/64

Contains material on agricultural cooperatives and the President's 1/31/64 message on agriculture.

 

126

Costa Rican Presidential Toast 6/30/64

 

126

Danish Prime Minister Krag 6/9/64

Includes biographical information on Krag and talking point for the President's meeting with him.

 

126

D-day Anniversary Remarks 6/3/64

 

126

De Valera Visit 5/27/64

State Department background information on President De Valera and Ireland and a program of De Valera's visit.

 

126

Distinguished Service Medal Award to General Harkins 6/24/64

 

126

"E" Awards Presentation Ceremony 5/18/64

The President's remarks to winners of awards given for success in opening new export markets.

 

126

Electric Boat Company 6/3/64

The President's remarks at the keel laying of the submarine Pargo.

 

126

Employ the Physically Handicapped 4/30/64

 

126

Equal Employment Opportunity 5/12/64

 

126

Equal Pay for Women Amendment to Fair Labor Standards Act 6/11/64

 

126

Chancellor Erhard Toast 6/12/64

Includes the text of Johnson and Erhard's joint communique of 6/12/64.

 

126

Reception for Foreign Students [5/5/64]

Press release relating to remarks by the President, Mrs. Johnson, and Dean Rusk.

 

126

Galludet [Gallaudet] College Centennial Banquet [6/6/64]

 

126

Gridiron speech 4/15/64

 

127

Hawaiian Democratic State Convention Film [5-64]

Transcript of the President's taped remarks to be included in a film for the Hawaiian Convention.

 

127

Hearst Journalism Awards 5/11/64

 

127

Holy Cross Commencement Address [6/10/64]

 

127

IDA Bill Signing 5/26/64

The President's remarks at the signing of the International Development Association legislation.

 

127

International Executive Service Corps 6/15/64

 

127

International Ladies Garment Workers Union - 50th Anniversary, First Health Center 6/6/64

Includes a booklet entitled Report to the President October 31, 1963 prepared by the President's Council on Aging, together with other material relating to health care for the elderly.

 

127

Israeli Prime Minister Visit 6/1/65

Includes talking points for the meeting between the President and Prime Minister Eshkol, a program of Eshkol's visit, and the text of a farewell telegram.

 

127

United Italian-American Labor Council 6/2/64

Includes material pertinent to the decision to make Columbus Day a national holiday.

 

127

JFK Memorial Service - East Room 5/28/64

 

127

Johnson City High School 5/29/64

 

127

Labor Leaders Dinner at the White House 5/4/64

 

128

Los Angeles Fund-Raising Dinner 6/20/64

 

128

Mexican Speeches - Trip to California February 1964

Material relating to the President's remarks at UCLA 2/21/64 and in Palm Springs 2/22/64, including items on LBJ and President Lopez Mateos of Mexico.

 

128

Mental Retardation Group 6/15/64

 

128

Michigan Fund-Raising Dinner 6/26/64

Includes material on a speech delivered by Assistant Secretary of State Harlan Cleveland at Ann Arbor on 5/8/64 and a booklet entitled "Comprehensive Plan - 1963 - Ironwood" about Ironwood, Michigan.

 

128

Midwest Negro Democratic Leaders 5/16/64 [Folder title added to list 11/16/92]

Remarks for Midwest States Conference of Negro Democratic Officeholders of the Midwestern states of Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois and Missouri.

 

128

Minnesota Fund-Raising Dinner 6/27/64

Includes a press release of the President's remarks at the Swedish celebration at Minnehaha, Minnesota, 6/28/64.

 

128

National Advisory Council Small Business Administration 6/2/64

Empty.

 

128

National Farm Editors Association 5/12/64

 

128

National Forensic League 5/12/64

 

128

National War College 8/21/64 [Folder title added to list 11/16/92]

 

128

Newhouse Communications Center Dedication - Syracuse, New York 8/5/64

Includes material on the Syracuse University Peace Corps program and on I. M. Pei and Associates, the architects of the Center.

 

128

New Jersey State Democratic Committee 5/9/64

 

129

New York Fund-Raising Dinner 5/28/64

Includes material relating to the President's 5/28/64 remarks to the Young Democrats and correspondence between Moyers and Arthur Krim about a 2/6/64 seminar on "Decision Making at the White House."

 

129

New York President's Club Luncheon 2/4 and 2/5/64

 

129

Peace Corps Volunteers 5/16/64

 

129

National Advisory Council of the Peace Corps 7/23/64

 

129

Pennsylvania Fund-Raising Dinner 6/6/64

Empty.

 

129

Pesticide Signing Statement 5/12/64

 

129

Poverty Message [3/16/64]

 

129

Poverty Message [3/16/64]

Includes a section-by-section analysis of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964.

 

130

Poverty Trip #1 - 4/23-4/24/64

 

130

Poverty Trip #1 - Part 2 - 4/23-4/24/64 [1 of 2]

 

130

Poverty Trip #1 - Part 2 - 4/23-4/24/64 [2 of 2]

Contains material on presidential remarks at South Bend, Indiana, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (to the League of Women Voters and at the Steelworkers Union Hall), Paintsville, Kentucky (at the Mayo State Vocational School and at the Johnson City Courthouse), and at Huntington, West Virginia; included is a section-by-section analysis of the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1964 and booklets entitled A Brief History of Indiana by Donald F. Carmony and Howard H. Peckman and Appalachia: A Report by the President's Appalachian Regional Commission 1964.

 

130

Poverty Trip #2 - 5/7-5/8/64 [1 of 2]

 

131

Poverty Trip #2 - 5/7-5/8/64 [2 of 2]

 

131

Poverty Trip #2 - Part 2 - 5/7-5/8/64

Contains material on presidential remarks at Cumberland, Maryland (at Fort Hill High School and at City Hall), Athens, Ohio, Knoxville, Tennessee (at the airport and at the Coliseum), Rocky Mount, North Carolina (at City Hall and outside City Hall), Goldsboro, North Carolina, Gainsville, Georgia, and Atlanta, Georgia; included are remarks by Lynda Bird Johnson at Cumberland, Knoxville, and Goldsboro.

 

131

Presidential Medals to Scholars 6/10/64

 

131

President's Safety Award 5/20/64

 

131

Quayle Polls [Folder title added to list 11/16/92]

 

131

Radio and TV Correspondents Dinner 5/13/64

 

131

San Francisco Fund-Raising Dinner 6/19/64

Contains material on presidential remarks at Concord, California, Edwards Air Force Base, California, and San Francisco (at the groundbreaking for the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit Test Track, at the dedication of the Federal Building, and at the fundraising dinner).

 

131

Savings Bond Campaign 5/1/64

 

132

Senior Citizens - Remarks of the President to a Group of Leaders in the Fish Room 1/15/64

 

132

Shah of Iran Meeting 6/5/64

 

132

Small Businessman Award 5/26/64

 

132

Swarthmore College Commencement 6/8/64

 

132

Telephone Call Texts [9-64]

Drafts of three public telephone calls made by the President -- to Harry S. Truman on his eightieth birthday, to a September 1964 Polish-American convention, and to mayors of Florida regarding hurricane damage.

 

132

Texas University Commencement 5/30/64

Includes the citations from honorary degrees bestowed upon the President and Mrs. Johnson by the University of Texas at Austin on this occasion.

 

132

Tonkin Gulf Attack [8/5/64]

 

132

Venezuelan Pavilion Dedication - New York World's Fair 5/9/64

 

132

VMI - George Marshall Library Dedication 5/23/64

 

132

Washington Fund-Raising Dinner 5/26/64

 

132

White House Correspondents Dinner 5/22/64

 

132

White House Photographers Association 4/2/64

 

132

Women's National Democratic Club 4/30/64

 

132

Young American Medals [5/6/64]

 

133

Legislative Status Reports [1 of 3]

 

133

Legislative Status Reports [2 of 3]

 

133

Legislative Status Reports [3 of 3]

Status reports on legislation pending before the 89th Congress; material relating to members of Congress and how they will vote on individual bills; lists of acts passed under President Kennedy and under President Johnson; Congressional Quarterly summaries of legislative actions of the 89th Congress.

 

133

Military Ready Reserve Program

1965 items pertaining to a screening program for government employees who were part of the military Ready Reserve.

 

133

Personnel

May-September 1966 material on appointments and vacancies, including several memos from John Macy to the President with lists of full-time appointments broken down by agency, by region, and by state, Texas appointments, appointments of women, and appointments of persons with academic backgrounds.

 

133

Selective Service

Empty.

 

133

Ivan Sinclair Memos

Note and memos from Ivan Sinclair to Moyers and the President on proposed Great Society Commission on Youth, a White House Youth Affairs Office, and other topics.

 

133

Small Business Administration

Extracts from May-June 1964 stories in the business press regarding the Johnson Administration.

 

134

Space -- Outer

NASA memos to the President 1964-1965 outlining space activities (launches, technological advances, congressional actions, etc.); extracts from world press relating to American efforts in space; twenty-eight page letter from NASA Administrator James E. Webb to the President (5/20/64) discussing the directions the space program might take in the future and where the program was at the time; copy of President Kennedy's 9/12/62 remarks about the space program delivered at Rice University; booklets entitled International Cooperation: Assignment of the Century (Department of State, 1965) and Intragovernmental Committee on International Telecommunications: April 1966 Report and Recommendations to Senate and House Commerce Committees; miscellaneous material relating to other aspects of the space program.

 

134

Material from State on the Outer Space Treaty

Drafts for a possible presidential announcement on the 1966 Outer Space Treaty.

 

134

State Department Press Contacts

Lists of press contacts for principal State officers for parts of 1966, with summaries of topics discussed; 7/25/66 memo from Leonard Marks to Moyers on world press treatment of major United States foreign policy issues; booklet entitled A Management Program for the Department of State (State Department, August 1966).

 

134

State Weekly Previews [2 of 2]

 

134

Stinson, Frank

 

134

Story, Bascom (bio)

Biographical and other material relating to Story and his possible appointment to a position in AID.

 

134

Sunny Highlands-Roosevelt, Roybal-FHA Retired Housing Foundation

1964-1965 items pertaining to a retirement housing development in California; James Roosevelt and Edward R. Roybal were the California congressmen directly involved in the matter. See the "James Roosevelt" folder in box 75 above for related material.

 

134

Telecommunications Management/OEP

1965 material on reorganizing the Office of Telecommunications Management outside of the Office of Emergency Planning, and on telecommunications in government in general.

 

134

Treasury Department

Memos from Henry Fowler to Moyers and from Moyers to Fowler about various Treasury-related subjects, including the waiver of a service charge on gold sales; memos from Fowler to the President and press releases regarding C. Douglas Dillon's leaving office and Fowler's taking over; memos from Dillon to Moyers and the President on various topics; letter from Wright Patman to the President about the American Bankers' Association; booklet entitled Years of Reform: A Prelude to Progress (Treasury Department, 1964 - reprinted from the 101st Annual Report 1963 of the Comptroller of the Currency).

 

134

Uranium Contract

Department of Agriculture 4/12/65 press release about a barter project by which the United States would trade surplus agricultural products to South Africa and the Congo for uranium and industrial diamonds.

 

134

Vietnam Economy

1966 material relating to the economy of South Vietnam.

 

135

War Crimes Trials (Mock)

Booklet and cables about 1966 North Vietnamese commission to investigate United States war crimes in Southeast Asia.

 

135

Weisl, Edwin L., Sr.

Items pertaining to a proposal to construct a new facility to house the Court of Appeals for the Second District in New York City.

 

135

Wheat Sales

1964 memos from Luther Hodges and the acting administrator of the Maritime Commission regarding the shipping of wheat to communist bloc countries.

 

135

White House Fellowship Commission

1964-1965 material on the White House Fellows program, including a list of fellows and to whom they were attached and an 11/25/64 press release announcing the program.

 

135

White House Navy Mess

Material relating to a 1965 plan to limit membership of the White House Mess.

 

135

White House Renovation

12/64 memo and three 1/65 memos about the placement of a television studio control room in the White House.

 

135

Wild Rivers Legislative Plan

Memos and an excerpt from a Corps of Engineers report on 1965 Wild Rivers legislation.

 

135

Youth Opportunity Campaign

Correspondence (from Hubert Humphrey and others) and a press release relating to a 1965 program to put sixteen to twenty-one-year-old youths to work in summer jobs.

 

135

Yuma, Arizona Test Station

May 3, 1965, letter from Frank C. Erwin, Jr., to Daniel M. Luevano (assistant secretary of the Department of the Army) about the release from military use of certain federal public lands near Yuma, Arizona.

   

135

Miscellaneous

Material, including investigative reports and correspondence, relating to the comptroller of the currency and bank failures; memos on the reorganization of the White House Communications Agency; paper by Warren Wiggins entitled "'Speak A Little...' A Volunteer Service Program for Viet Nam"; copy of the May 1966 issue of Texas Parade with a cover letter from Houston Harte to Moyers.

 

 
 

[Note: Materials in boxes 136-140 were re-boxed and the folders listed in this finding aid on February 11, 2005.]

   

136

[Memo transmitting files to Moyers' storeroom, July 14, 1966]

   

136

Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, Jan. - Apr. 1965 [folder 1 of 3, 1/1/1965-1/29/1965]

   

136

Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, Jan. - Apr. 1965 [folder 2 of 3, 2/5/1965-3/12/1965]

   

136

Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, Jan. - Apr. 1965 [folder 3 of 3 3/19/1965-4/30/1965]

   

137

Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, Sept. - Dec. 1965 [folder 1 of 4, 9/3/1965 - 10/1/1965]

   

137

Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, Sept. - Dec. 1965 [folder 2 of 4, 10/8/1965 - 10/29/1965]

   

137

Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, Sept. - Dec. 1965 [folder 3 of 4, 11/5/1965 - 12/31/1965]

   

137

Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, Sept. - Dec. 1965: Index, January - December 1965, 89th Congress - 1st Session [folder 4 of 4]

   

137

[Book inscribed to Moyers: Messages of the Governor of the Virgin Islands, Governor Ralph M. Paiewonsky]

   

137

[Artwork for cover of "The Goldwater Cartoon Book," by Pat Frank]

   

138

Oversize Attachments: Bill Moyers/Books
[Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, Jan-June 1964, 5 folders]

   

138

Oversize Attachments: Bill Moyers/Books-Booklets-Magazines
[Victor Gruen Associates, 10/28/66]

   

138

Oversize Attachments: Bill Moyers/Gifts/A
[Books two and three from the "Little Me and the Great Me Series"]

   

138

Oversize Attachments: Bill Moyers/Gifts/H
[Calligraphy rendering of Thomas Jefferson quote]

   

139

Oversize Attachments: Bill Moyers/Gifts/H
[Photograph of gift from LBJ to Pope Paul VI]

   

139

Oversize Attachments: Bill Moyers/Gifts/K
[Book titled Paintings in the White House: A Close-up]

   

139

Oversize Attachments: Bill Moyers/Gifts/K
[Book titled The Possible Worlds of Fernando Krahn]

   

139

Oversize Attachments: Bill Moyers/Gifts/S
[Book titled Biography of an Idea: Memoirs of Public Relations Counsel Edward L. Bernays]

   

139

Oversize Attachments: Bill Moyers/Gifts/U
[Book titled The United Nations: 20 Years]

   

140

Oversize Attachments: Bill Moyers/Gifts/W
[Book titled The Friendly American]

   

140

Oversize Attachments: Bill Moyers/Invitations/1967.Washington, D.C. [National Limestone Institute Magazine Dec. 1966]

   

140

Oversize Attachments: Bill Moyers/Magazines
["American Education," April 1966]