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Don H. Clausen Congressional Papers - Finding Aid

Abstract
Copyright
Biographical Information
Scope and Content of the Collection
Arrangement of the Collection
Container List
Related Works
     Biographical Information of Don H. Clausen
     Clausen Aviation Biography

Collection Number

1999.05

Contact Information

The Library, Special Collections
Humboldt State University
Arcata, California 95521
URL: http://library.humboldt.edu/humco/holdings/clausen.htm

Processed By

Edith Butler, MA, CA
With assistance from Zoe Armstrong, Joan Berman, Cheryl Conner, Bob Ewing, Mari Hillestad Knirck, Grace Moses, Steve Mottaz, Andrew Pierce, Gerald Pusch, Leigh Westphal.

Date Completed

2003

Language

English

Collection Creator

Clausen, Don H. (1923- )

Dates Covered by Collection

1963-1983 with supplemental material 1983-2000

Size of Collection

144 cubic feet

Repository

Humboldt State University Library
Humboldt State University
Arcata, CA 95521

Abstract

The Don H. Clausen Congressional Papers document Mr. Clausen’s House of Representative service January 1963 – January 1983 as well as selected materials about his career and public service since 1983. Highlights of the collection are materials relating to the creation of Redwood National Park (in 1968) and its expansion (in 1978), securing the funding for the Lake Sonoma/Warm Springs Dam project, the King Range National Recreation Area, the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, establishing the 200 mile off-shore fishing limit, the forestry and wine industries, the rivers--especially Eel, Russian, and Klamath, Native American concerns, and aviation--especially aviation education. The photographs (1582 folders) are detailed in a database that is searchable in this finding aid.

Access

The collection is open for research.

Copyright

Copyright to the unpublished material is retained by Don H. Clausen during his lifetime, after which time copyright becomes the sole property of Humboldt State University Library. To obtain permission to publish or reproduce, please contact the Special Collections Librarian.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Don H. Clausen Congressional Papers, Humboldt State University Library.

Provenance

Gifted to Humboldt State University by Don H. Clausen between 1983 and 2000.

Upon Congressman Clausen’s departure from Congress in January 1983 portions of his congressional papers were distributed to Humboldt State University, Mendocino Community College and Santa Rosa Junior College. Mr. Clausen retained an additional portion of the records, stored in two locations: a family home in Humboldt County and at a moving and storage company in Eureka, CA. In 1986 the portion given to Mendocino Community College was transferred to Humboldt State University. Apparently sometime in the late 1980s Santa Rosa Junior College transferred its portion of the papers to the HSU Library. Between 1997 and 2000 materials from both the Clausen home and the moving and storage company were transferred to Humboldt State University Library.

Biographical Information

Don Clausen was elected to the House of Representatives in a special election in January 1963. For the next twenty years he represented the citizens of the geographically large and culturally diverse (then) 2nd California Congressional District. Clausen, who began his political career in 1955 by winning a seat on the Del Norte County Board of Supervisors, worked diligently promoting his vision of Home Rule: wanting the greatest amount of decision making power to be closest to the local level. "There's no telling how much good you can do if you don't care who gets the credit for it," are the upbeat words Clausen framed and hung on his office wall. This was how Don Clausen approached being in the minority party the entire time he served in the House of Representatives.

Donald Holst Clausen was born in Ferndale, California on April 27, 1923. He spent his childhood days on the dairy farm his parents, Henry August and Marie Holst Clausen, worked - just as his grandparents had before them. The three Clausen boys shared the farm work, were athletic, participated in 4-H, and took turns entering their prize-winning livestock at the Humboldt County and California State fairs. Don's first elective office was as President of the Ferndale 4-H Club. Just as Don finished high school he was injured while working on the farm when a spear of alfalfa pierced his ear. Luckily the horses pulling the hay wagon kept still long enough for Don's brother to pull the unconscious Don to safety. The injury resulted in a hearing loss that later that same year forced Don to leave his freshman year at San Jose State University. He then entered the banking business. When the United States entered WWII he enlisted in the Navy and enrolled in the Naval Aviation V-5 Training Program. Soon after that his mother noticed that his hearing had returned to normal. Don credits the air acrobatic portion of his training with his recovery.

After serving as a carrier pilot in the Pacific Mr. Clausen returned to California's north coast and resumed his banking position in Crescent City. But flying had changed his life and he had made a promise to a fellow Navy pilot. He would do what he could to help other average, country kids - like themselves - to have access to flight training and opportunities in aviation careers. Quickly he found a way to start a flight school and ambulance/charter service at the new Del Norte County Airport as well as an aviation program in the local high school. In 1949 Don Clausen and Ollie Piper were married. They have two daughters, Beverly and Dawn Marie, four grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. In the 1950s Clausen entered local politics, winning a seat on the Del Norte County Board of Supervisors and becoming active in the Republican Party at the state and local levels.

These activities put Clausen in a position to run for the congressional seat in 1962. While in Congress, Clausen served on the Public Works and Transportation and the Interior and Insular Affairs committees. Because of unusually fast turnover in the House of Representatives in the 1970s Clausen was able to advance rapidly in seniority. This allowed him to be involved in committee leadership matters and in advancing legislation. The Congressional Papers collection is richer as a result of this circumstance.

When Clausen left Congress in 1983 President Reagan appointed him to the Department of Transportation where he worked with the Federal Aviation Administration to strengthen aviation education programs and to monitor the FAA in implementing legislation as Congress had intended. Clausen remained involved with the FAA until 1990. In 1991 he and Ollie left Washington and returned to their home in the southern part of his old district.

Don Clausen has been awarded the Brewer Trophy (by the National Aviation Association) and the Crown Circle Award (by the National Congress on Aviation and Space Education), the nation's two highest awards in Aviation-Aerospace Education. In 1997 he was awarded the Humboldt State University Distinguished Service Medal in honor of his support for Humboldt State University while serving in the House of Representatives. See the Related Works section of this Finding Aid for additional biographical information.

Scope and Content of the Collection

The Don H. Clausen Congressional Papers document Mr. Clausen's Congressional service January 1963 - January 1983 as well as selected materials relating to his career and public service since 1983. Initially Clausen's northern California coastal district extended from San Francisco Bay to the Oregon border. District boundary changes gradually moved the southern boundary up to mid-Sonoma County and sometimes included the inland counties of Lake, Glenn and Trinity. Clausen represented California's First District from 1963 to 1975, thereafter from 1975 to 1983 the district was California's Second District. The papers were produced or accumulated by Mr. Clausen and his staff. Accumulated papers came from congressional committees, government agencies, constituents, colleagues, political organizations, and the media.

Clausen's committee service was primarily on the Public Works and Transportation and the Interior and Insular Affairs committees. Sub-committee for the Public Works and Transportation Committee included Federal Aid to Highways, Public Transit, Aviation, Water Resources, Economic Development, and Public Buildings and Grounds. Sub-committees for the Interior and Insular Affairs Committee included Indian Affairs, Water and Power Resources, Public Lands, National Parks and Recreation, Energy and the Environment, and Trust Territories. The collection contains significant records for these committees and subcommittees for the main issues taken up by them.

Highlights of the collection are materials relating to the creation of Redwood National Park (in 1968) and its expansion (in 1978), securing the funding for the Lake Sonoma/Warm Springs Dam project, the King Range National Recreation Area, the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, establishing the 200 mile fishing limit off the US coasts, the forest products and wine industries, the rivers -especially Eel, Russian, and Klamath, Native American concerns, and aviation - especially aviation education. The photographs (1582 folders) are detailed in a database that is searchable in this finding aid.

Arrangement of the Collection

The bulk of the papers are from the second half of Clausen's terms. As Clausen rose in seniority and had more committee responsibilities the office operations became more complex. More records were generated, filing systems changed, and more records appear to have come from various filing systems. As the end of Clausen's congressional career approached, the district offices in Crescent City, Eureka, and Santa Rosa sent their files to the Washington office. During processing, it was not always possible to distinguish which files were from the Washington office and which were the district offices. Similarly it was not possible to determine where the files of an individual staff member begin or end. Generally the order of the files was not changed though some rearrangement of files was done for the Redwood National Park materials because many of these had already been deliberately brought together years before the formal processing began. The Redwood National Park files are now in general chronological order. Nevertheless some items relating to the Park are scattered through other files within the collection. When they were noticed during processing they were identified in a folder subtitle in square brackets [ ]. Other subject files that were grouped are Aviation Education, and matters concerning Native Americans and the Klamath and Trinity rivers. Most series have a general chronological order.

Don Clausen had a considerable amount of files at his Humboldt County home. These were likely the files nearest to him in his Washington office, and the files from his reelection campaign coordinators. They also include materials from his post-Congress activities. The materials from Clausen's home comprise a separate series ("From Don H. Clausen's Home") with an arrangement of sub-series that closely follows the arrangement in the larger part of the collection.

The necessary pace of the processing of this collection dictated that the original folders be retained, except for the Redwood National Park files and the photographs; the former because of the anticipated level of use and the latter for preservation purposes. Where date information was not on the folder we supplied it during processing by perusing the folder contents and noting the inclusive dates in brackets [ ] on the folder. Multiple copies of materials were weeded from the same file; usually two copies were kept and any with handwritten notations were retained as well. There often are, however, duplicate materials in other files as information about important or protracted matters appears in more than one file, and perhaps in more than one series.

Photographs make up a significant portion of the collection (Boxes 90-98 and 131-137). In anticipation of researchers' needs all available information about these photos was gathered into an Access database. Photographs in folders 0001 - 1310 had been maintained as a photo file in Clausen's office. The information from the labels, notes within the files, and notes on the back of these photographs were recorded in the database. When Don Clausen is in the image he is noted as DHC and M/M means Mr. and Mrs. In the few instances where misfiles were apparent to the cataloger they were left as found and noted in the database record. Photographs 1311-1399 were found in other files and were transferred to the Photograph Subseries. A removal slip was inserted in the original file. These photograph files have been given titles that reflect the file name where the photo was originally found. Most photographs are now rehoused in archival folders. A few large images are in frames. Where negatives were found with prints they were put in a separate box with the number assigned to the print also noted on the archival sleeve holding the negative. Time did not permit further research into the full names of persons or places recorded in the images. There are additional negatives, about 460, that have no identifying information and although they are retained in this series they have not been cataloged at the item level.

Most of the materials in the Constituent Services Series are on microfiche that was created while Clausen was still in office. Apparently the original documents were not retained after they were microfilmed. Some paper files are included and are placed after the microfiche; these files and some of the categories of microfiche are RESTRICTED because they contain personal/confidential information. Access to these restricted materials must have prior approval from the Special Collections Librarian and all research plans must incorporate methods that will protect the privacy of individuals.

Related Materials. Materials that are directly related to Don Clausen but are not part of his Congressional Papers have been included in the Collection, in Boxes 143-146. They are:

  • Warm Springs Dam Clippings on microfilm
  • Recordings - TV and Radio of 1984 event presenting the Don H. Clausen Congressional Papers to Humboldt State University
  • 1999 Photos from HSU Photo Journalism class (7/03 processing incomplete)
  • 1998 and 2002 Oral History tapes and transcripts (7/03 processing incomplete; not open for research)
  • Letter and photo to Herman and Geraldine Brinker in thanks for a painting; donated in 2010 by Brinker, Dockins and Wilcox Families.
  • James (Jim) Groom Addition, 1.5 cubic feet, pertaining to the Sonoma County Clausen Booster Club and political campaigns; donated in 2008; unprocessed, open for research

Container List

  • Series: Personal/Political/Official
    • Sub series: Redwood National Park - Box 1-13
    • Sub series: Appointment Books - Box 14
    • Sub series: Schedules/Correspondence/Invitations - Box 15
    • Sub series: Memberships and Awards/Scrapbooks/Congressional Highlights - Box 16
    • Sub series: Campaigns and Republican Party - Box 17-19
    • Sub series: Klamath River Fishing and Constituents - Indians - Box 20-22
    • Sub series: Aviation - Box 23-24:2
    • Sub series: Subject Files - Box 24:3-38:9
    • Sub series: Projects - Box 38:10-42
    • Sub series: Legislation - Box 43-71
  • Series: Press Relations/Media Activities
    • Sub series: Speeches - Box 72-73
    • Sub series: News Releases - Box 74-81
    • Sub series: Clippings - Box 82-89
    • Sub series: Photographs - Box 90-98
    • Sub series: Plaques/Awards - Box 99-100:10
    • Sub series: Scrapbooks - Box 100:11-15
    • Sub series: Recordings
      • Sub-sub series: Described - Box 101-102
      • Sub-sub series: Unidentified Recordings - Box 103-108
  • Series: Constituent Services - Box 109-113:16
  • Series: Official Administration - Box 113:17-21
  • Series: From Don Clausen's Home
    • Sub series: Personal/Political/Official - Box 114-123:17
    • Sub series: Legislation and Committees - Box 123:18-124:5
    • Sub series: Press Relations/Media Activities - Box 124:6-126
    • Sub series: After Congress - Career and Public Service - Box 127
  • Series: Oversized Boxes - Box 128-142
  • Series: Related Materials - Box 143-144

Series: Personal/Political/Official
  • Sub series: Redwood National Park - Redwood National Park files have been gathered together into the first thirteen boxes in this series. By 1996 the RNP material already at HSU had been grouped together. Because of this and the expected research demand in this area the files have been arranged as their own sub-series. Additionally, some RNP clippings can be found in general clipping files in the Press Relations/Media Activities files.

  • Box 1
    • 1 Sierra Club Information, 1960-77
    • 2 Redwood Newspaper Clippings, 1963-66
    • 3 [RNP-National Geographic], 1964
    • 4 Redwood Empire Park, Recreation, Conservation and Seashore Plan, 1964-66
    • 5-6 Redwood, 1964-66
    • 7 Redwood Park Correspondence, 1964-67
    • 8-10 Redwood - - Research-Reference, 1964-66
    • 11 [American Forests-May 1965, Cry California-Spring 1967, "Redwoods"- National Forest Products Association, "The Redwood Park and Recreation Plan"], 1965-66
    • 12 D.H.C.'s Special Redwood File (temporary), 1965-66
    • 13 Redwood Park Clippings Folder II, 1965-67
    • 14 Redwood Park Legislation, 1965-66
    • 15 Redwood Park Statement; Nov. 29, 1965
    • 16 Redwood Road, 1965-67
    Box 2
    • 1 89th Congress; 2nd Session H.R. 13011, 1966
    • 2 Clausen Asks Park Plan Cut; Press Democrat, Feb. 24, 1966
    • 3 89th Congress; 2nd Session H.R. 13042, 1966
    • 4 Clausen Redwood Plan News Releases, 1966
    • 5 Floor Remarks - - Redwood Park, Feb. 23, 1966
    • 6 [Impact of the Proposed RNP-Economy-DN Co.], 1966
    • 7 Industry Information, 1966-77
    • 8 National Parks on the Northern Coast of California-Cong. Record Speech by DHC, Feb. 23, 1966
    • 9 Redwood Legislation Correspondence-General, 1966
    • 10 Redwood Legislation with Officials, Industry, Etc., 1966-67
    • 11 Redwood Legislation Hearings, 1966
    • 12 Redwood Legislation Reports, 1966
    • 13 Redwood Legislation Sierra Club Proposal, 1966
    • 14 Redwood Legislation Statements and Press Releases, 1966
    • 15 Redwood-Material From District, 1966
    • 16 Redwood National Park and Seashore Plan (Introduced by Cong. Clausen Wednesday, Oct. 12, 1966)
    • 17 Redwood National Park Clausen Park Plan, 1966
    • 18 Redwood National Park Clippings Folder I, 1966-67
    • 19 [Property Ownership Schedule For The Proposed Redwood National Park] 1966
    • 20 [Redwood National Park clippings] 1968-69
    Box 3
    • 1 Redwood National Park-Clippings-2, 1966-68
    • 2 Redwood National Park-Cong. Record Speech by DHC, June 22, 1966
    • 3 Redwood National Park-DHC Speech File, 1966
    • 4 [Redwood National Park-testimonial and position statements], 1966-67
    • 5 [Redwood Park], 1966
    • 6 Redwood Park-Alternative, 1966-67
    • 7 Redwood Park-Informational Material, 1966-69
    • 8 Redwood Park-Correspondence w/ Industry, 1966-68
    • 9 Redwood Park Clippings, 1966-67
    • 10 Redwood Park Reports [other areas], 1966-67
    • 11 Redwood Park Testimony City; Senate Interior Comm. Feb. 18, 1966
    • 12 Redwoods and Sawmills KNXT Editorial; Record Reprint March 10, 1966
    • 13 Redwood Speeches Etc., 1966
    • 14 Redwoods to the Sea, 1966
    • 15 [RNP-"Impact of the Proposed Redwood National Park on the Economy of Del Norte County"], 1966
    • 16 [RNP-Loose Materials], 1966-67
    • 17 Redwood Park-D.H.C. Statements and Speeches
    • 18 Redwood Park Endorsements, 1967-68
    • 19-20 Redwood Park-General Correspondence, 1967
    Box 4
    • 1 Redwood Park Film Transcript (by D.H. Clausen), 1967
    • 2 Redwood Park Floor Speech; News Release Nat. Forest Products Association Feb. 8, 1967
    • 3 Redwood Park Hearings, 1967-68
    • 4 Redwood Park Hearings-House Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs; DHC Statement, 1967
    • 5 Redwood Park-Humboldt and Del Norte Seminar-Elmer, 1967
    • 6 Redwood Region Logging Conf. Paid Memberships, 1967
    • 7 Redwood Park Reprint Response, 1967
    • 8-10 Redwood Park-S.2515, 1967-68
    • 11 [Redwood Park Seminar], 1967
    • 12 Redwood Park Seminar (Ref. Material File), 1967
    • 13 Redwood Park-Sierra Club Bills, 1967
    • 14 Redwood Speech to National Wildlife Federation-March 11, 1967
    • 15 Redwoods-To-The-Sea Citizens Committee, 1967
    • 16 Redwoods to the Sea-Congressional Record-Speech by Congressman DHC Before House of Reps., Feb. 8, 1967
    • 17 [RNP Bypass Options; Prairie Creek, D.N. Coast Redwoods Park], 1967(?)
    • 18 [Tourism-Highway Development], 1967-68
    • 19 90th c. Administration Redwood Park Bill S.1370, 1967
    • 20 Clausen Intro. Redwoods to the Sea News Release, March 23, 1967
    • 21 DHC Testimony, Statements and News Releases, 1967-77
    • 22 [Per/Se-Redwoods-to-the-Sea Article], 1967
    • 23 Redwood-Legislation, 1967-68
    • 24 Redwood National Park, 1967-70
    • 25 Redwood National Park and Seashore, 1967
    • 26 [Redwood National Park-D.H. Clausen Statements], 1967-68
    • 27 [Redwood National Park-Legislative History and Debates], 1967-68
    Box 5
    • 1 Redwood Park-Statements-General, 1967-68
    • 2 Redwood Park-Press, 1967-68
    • 3-4 Redwood Park Clippings, 1967-68
    • 5 Redwood Park-Correspondence w/ Administration, 1967-68
    • 6 Redwood Park-Correspondence w/ Colleagues, 1967-(68)
    • 7 Redwood Park-Correspondence w/ State Officials, 1967-(68)
    • 8 Redwood Park-D.H.C. Leg. Misc. Notes, 1967-68
    • 9 1968 D.H.C. Statements, 1968
    • 10 1968 Redwood Act, 1968
    • 11 [Arcata National Corporation], 1968
    • 12 [Bibliography 1880-1968-Proposed Redwoods National Park], 1968
    • 13 [Commonwealth Club], 1968
    • 14 [Conflict in the Redwoods; The National California Coastal Scenic Redwood Road and Trails System], 1968
    • 15 Dehlendorf Letter; Arcata National Corp., 1968
    • 16 Dept. Interior-Redwood National Park, 1968-69
    • 17 [D.H.C. Statement and Quotes from '68], 1968-78
    • 18 [Redwood National Park Field Inspection and Hearings], 1968
    • 19 [Redwood National Park and Seashore Plan], 1968
    • 20 Redwood Park [Clippings], 1968
    Box 6
    • 1-2 Redwood Park-General Correspondence, 1968
    • 3 Redwood Park Hearings-April 16-18; District, 1968
    • 4 Redwood Park Hearings-May20-21; Washington, 1968
    • 5 Redwood Park Statement by D.H.C., 1968
    • 6 [RNP-"Ecology...Redwood...Impact of 1964 Floods"], 1968
    • 7 [RNP-"The Timber Resources of Humboldt County"], 1968
    • 8 [Statements Regarding the Proposed Redwood National Park], 1968
    • 9-11 Interior Dept.-Redwood National Park, 1969-70
    • 12 Mrs. LBJ Grove Dedication
    • 13 Redwood Grove Dedication-August 1969 [Original Newspaper], 1969
    • 14 Redwood National HDQTS Dedication-Newton B. Drury Ctr. [and 1969 Dedication of Grove], 1969-73
    • 15 Redwood National Park Individual Property Purchases, 1969-76
    • 16 Redwood Park, 1969
    • 17 Redwoods [RNP Expansion], 1969-75
    • 18 [RNP-Times Standard Aug. 21-27], 1969
    • 19 Stone Report, 1969
    • 20 [Williams Family Property-Klamath River], 1969
    • 21 [Redwood National Park-Loose Materials], 1970
    • 22 [Department of the Interior-RNP], 1971-72
    • 23 Department of the Interior-National Park Service; Redwood National Park, 1971-72
    Box 7
    • 1 [Humboldt County Economic Almanac], 1971
    • 2 [Implementing PL 90-545], 1971
    • 3 Redwood National Park, 1971
    • 4 ["A Review of Redwood Harvesting"; California Division of Forestry], 1972
    • 5 Economic Impact, 1973-77
    • 6 [Redwoods National Workshop], 1974(?)
    • 7 [Summary of a Renewable Resource Assessment...], 1974
    • 8 Eureka Petitions, 1975
    • 9 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee National Parks and Recreation Subcommittee; Redwood National Park, 1975
    • 10 [Grobey: Alternative Policy, Forest Practices, Salmonid Fishery], 1975-77
    • 11 [Redwood Creek], 1975-76
    • 12 [Redwood Creek-Logging Practices], 1975
    • 13 [Redwood Creek-National Resources Management Corp.], 1975
    • 14 [Redwood Creek-Water Chemistry and Aquatic Biology], 1975
    • 15 [Redwood Creek-Watershed Conditions-Janda], 1975
    • 16 [Redwood Creek Study-Winzler and Kelly], 1975
    • 17 [Redwood National Park Studies-Redwood Creek], 1975
    Box 8
    • 1 [Redwoods-A Teaching Unit For Upper Elementary Grades], 1975
    • 2 [RNP's Analysis-Timber Economy; Becking], 1975
    • 3 [RNP-Arcata National Corp vs. The United States], 1975
    • 4 [RNP Expansion], 1975-76
    • 5 [RNP Expansion-Correspondence-Loose Materials], 1975-76
    • 6 [RNP Expansion-Loose Materials], 1975-78
    • 7 [RNP Expansion-"The Industry's View"], 1975
    • 8 [RNP-Loose Materials], 1975-76
    • 9 [RNP-Loose Materials], 1975-76
    • 10 [RNP-Management Options-Environmental Assessment], 1975
    • 11 [Clippings] Redwood National Park, 1976-77
    • 12 [RNP Expansion-Loose Materials], 1976-78
    • 13 [RNP-Highway By-pass], 1976
    • 14 Redwood National Park 6/9/76 Mr. Crutcher, 1976
    • 15 Redwood National Park-Briefing Book, 1976-78
    • 16 Save The Redwoods League, 1976
    • 17 [RNP-Sierra Club vs. Dept. of the Interior], 1975
    Box 9
    • 1 35 Acre Taking, 1977
    • 2 Administration's Position, 1977
    • 3 [Amendments By Clausen], 1977
    • 4 Amendments to Burton Bill, 1977
    • 5 California State Information, 1977
    • 6 [California Secretary For Resources re: RNP Expansion], 1977
    • 7 [Clausen Letters To Minority Floor Assistants], 1977-78
    • 8-9 [Clippings] Redwood National Park, 1977
    • 10 College of the Redwoods, 1977
    • 11 Committee Report, 1977-78
    • 12 [Controller General's Report on RNP Lands], 1977
    • 13 [Congressional Hearings on RNP-Eureka, San Francisco], 1977
    • 14 Convoy Info., 1977
    • 15 Copies of Burton Bill H.R. 3813, 1977
    • 16 Department (of the Interior) Report, 1977
    • 17 ED and Labor CMT, 1977
    • 18 Eureka Hearings, 1977
    • 19 Eureka Testimony by Others, 1977
    • 20 Floor Strategy, 1977
    • 21 Forestry Practices Inform., 1977
    • 22 GAO Report, 1977
    • 23 Government Operations Committee Report, 1977
    • 24 [Guest Opinion by N.B. Livermore], 1977(?)
    • 25 Hearing Record RNP, 1977
    • 26 [Hydrologic and Erosional Impacts…Redwood Creek], 1977
    • 27 I and IA CMT. Information and Briefing Papers (Interior and Insular Affairs), 1977
    • 28 Kindness (Thomas N) Information, 1977
    • 29 Letters From Members, 1977
    • 30 [Letters List], 1977
    • 31 Mail From Key People, 1977
    • 32 McKillop Report and Amodio Critique, 1977
    • 33 Minority Views, 1977-78
    • 34 Moratorium, 1977
    Box 10
    • 1 Rehabilitation/Redwood Creek, 1977
    • 2 [RNP Expansion-Bar Association Memo re: Claims], 1977(?)
    • 3 [RNP-Briefing Book], 1977
    • 4 [RNP Expansion], 1977
    • 5 [RNP Expansion-Comments, Congress, Corporations], 1977
    • 6 [RNP Expansion-"Data Review and Analysis"-Greenacres, 1977
    • 7 [RNP Expansion-Employment Impacts], 1977
    • 8 [RNP Expansion-Estimated Economic Impact..." McKillop], 1977
    • 9 [RNP Expansion-Hearings-Loose Materials], 1977
    • 10 [RNP Expansion-"Land Acquisition Options"-Dept. of Interior], 1977
    • 11 [RNP Expansion-Loose Materials], 1977
    • 12 [RNP Expansion-Loose Materials], 1977-78
    • 13 [RNP Hearings-Clausen Transcripts], 1977
    • 14 [RNP Legislation Proposal-Loose Materials], 1977-78
    • 15 Rules Committee Referrals, (letters re: RNP), 1977
    • 16 Senate Hearings, Sept. 6 and 7, 1977
    • 17 ["Talk To America" Protest RNP Expansion], 1977
    • 18 Timber Volume and Old Growth, 1977
    • 19 Union Lobby Effort, 1977
    • 20 Visit by the Senate, 1977
    • 21 Washington Subcommittee Hearings, 1977
    Box 11
    • 1-5 National Park and Insular Aff-Redwoods, 1977-78
    • 6 New Burton Bill, 1977
    • 7 News Clippings, 1977
    • 8 Oswald Report, 1977
    • 9 Payments in Lieu/Redwoods, 1977
    • 10 [Photographs-D.H.C., Demonstration Against Expansion], 1977
    • 11 ["Prospects For Sawtimber Output...1975-2000"], 1977
    • 12 Proxies, 1977
    • 13 [Redwood Creek 1975 Sediment Study], 1977
    • 14 Redwood National Park [Briefing Book], 1977
    • 15 [Redwood National Park Expansion], 1977
    • 16 Redwood National Park Info. [H.R. 3813], 1977
    • 17 Redwood National Park Statements, 1977-78
    • 18 Redwoods-Appropriations-Land Acquisitions, 1977
    • 19 [RNP-Loose Materials], 1978
    Box 12
    • 1 Redwood Nat'l Parks, 1978-79
    • 2 [RNP Expansion-H.R. 3813 and S.1976; Staff Recommendations], 1978
    • 3 [RNP Expansion-Redwood Industry Park Committee], 1978
    • 4 Winzler and Kelly; BLM, 1978
    • 5 National Parks and Insular Affairs Redwoods, 1978-80
    • 6 REPP: John Cummings, 1978-81
    • 7 D.O.L.-Redwoods-Jobs [REPP], 1978
    • 8 [REPP], 1978
    • 9 Redwood Employee Protection Program (REPP), 1978-82
    • 10 REPP [Clippings], 1979
    • 11 Draft GAO REPP Report, 1979
    • 12 Redwood Employee Protection Program (REPP), 1979-81
    • 13 REPP Job Training, 1980-81
    • 14 REPP: Second Annual Report, 1980
    • 15 [REPP], 1981-82
    • 16 REPP, 1981-83
    • 17 REPP: Letters-Con. View and Test Cases, 1981-82
    • 18 REPP: First Annual Report, 1979
    Box 13
    • 1 REPP Investigation, 1979-82
    • 2 Redwoods-May Creek Visitor Center, 1979-80
    • 3 Visitor Center Site and Reprogramming, 1981-82
    • 4 [RNP-Highway By-Pass], 1978(?)
    • 5 Redwood Park Highway By-Pass, 1981-82
    • 6 Redwood National Park UNESCO Dedication, 1982
    • 7 [RNP-Plaques for Duncan, Conte], 1980
    • 8 [Portfolio of 21 Photographs and Captions by Dave Van de Mark], 1977 (?) [Photographs moved to Box 131 in the Oversize Box Series]
  • Sub series: Appointment Book

  • Box 14
    • 1 [Appointment Books], 1971-72
    • 2 [Appointment Books], 1974
    • 3 [Appointment Books], 1975-76
    • 4 [Appointment Books], 1977-78
    • 5 [Appointment Book], 1978
    • 6 [Appointment Book], 1979
    • 7 [Appointment Books], 1979-80
    • 8 [Appointment Book], 1980
    • 9 [Appointment Book], 1981
    • 10 [Appointments, Calendar], 1981

  • Sub series: Schedules/Correspondence/Invitations

  • Box 15
    • 1 Schedules, 1972
    • 2 Schedules, 1970
    • 3 D.H.C.: Schedule trips, 1966
    • 4 D.H.C. TRIPS - Uruguay - November, 1967
    • 5 D.H.C. trip Australia and S.E. Asia - Jan. 24-Feb.13, 1968
    • 6 [Travel Schedule - July-Aug.], 1976
    • 7 D.H.C. - Personal/Business, pre-1963
    • 8 D.H.C. - Personal Correspondence, 1966
    • 9 Correspondence (filed alpha.) [Eureka Office], 1970
    • 10 Colleagues - 92nd C., 1970-71
    • 11 Congrats/Commendations to D.H.C., 1970-72
    • 12 Condolences, 1971-72
    • 13 Correspondence (filed alpha.) [Eureka Office], 1971
    • 14 Thank You to D.H.C., 1971-72
    • 15 Public Relations, 1971-72
    • 16 Thank You to D.H.C., 1971-72
    • 17 Correspondence (filed alpha.) [Eureka Office], 1972
    • 18 Correspondence - Loose Materials, 1980-81
    • 19 Invitations, 1970
    • 20 Invitations, 1971
    • 21 Invitations, 1972
    • 22 Invitation/Engagements - Closed 1973, 1972-73

  • Sub series: Memberships and Awards/Scrapbooks/Congressional Highlights

  • Box 16
    • 1 D.H.C. - Memberships [and Awards], 1967-69
    • 2 [Scrapbook-Selected Items], 1967
    • 3 [Scrapbook-Selected Items], 1969-72
    • 4 [Scrapbook-Selected Items], 1969-1970
    • 5 [Scrapbook-Selected Items], 1971
    • 6 [Scrapbook-Selected Items], 1972
    • 7 [Scrapbook-Selected Items], 1973
    • 8 [Scrapbook-Selected Items], 1974
    • 9 [Scrapbook-Selected Items], 1975
    • 10 [Scrapbook-Selected Items], 1976
    • 11 [Scrapbook-Selected Items], 1977
    • 12 [Scrapbook-Selected Items], 1978
    • 13 [Scrapbook-Selected Items], 1979
    • 14 [Scrapbook-Selected Items], 1980
    • 15 [Scrapbook-Selected Items], 1981
    • 16 [D.H.C. Selected Materials- Highlights and Congressional Activities], 1963-82
    • 17 [D.H.C. Selected Materials- Highlights and Congressional Activities], 1962-84
    • 18 Campaign Party for D.H.C., 1978-79
    • 19 Geo. Young, 1979-82
    • 20 [Campaigns], 1980-82
    • 21 Campaign, 1980
    • 22 [Mailing Lists], 1980-82 (?)

  • Sub series: Campaigns and Republican Party

  • Box 17
    • 1 Press Releases - Campaign, 1962
    • 2 [Candidates Campaign Statements-Financial-Clausen], 1962
    • 3 '62-'63 Press Releases in Campaign, 1962-64
    • 4 Background Data - Brochure, 1963-64
    • 5 General, 1964
    • 6 County Election Returns by Precinct, Nov., 1964
    • 7 Campaign Correspondence, 1964
    • 8 Campaign Information-General, 1964
    • 9 '64 Campaign Radio and T.V. Statements and Press, 1964
    • 10 District File - Clausen Brochure, 1964
    • 11 (88-2) Cong. Clausen's Biographical Sketch -9/8/64, 1964
    • 12 Campaign Finance, 1964
    • 13 Lists - Names [Campaigns], 1964-73
    • 14 Financial Contributions, 1966
    • 15 Campaign-1966 Brochure (Clausen), 1966
    • 16 Financial Contributions, 1967
    • 17 Bill Stodart [Campaign-Republican Party], 1967-70
    • 18 [Campaign Contributions], 1968
    • 19 [Nixon for President Committee], 1968
    • 20 Youth For Clausen [Clausen], 1968
    • 21 Don Draham File, 1968
    • 22 [Campaign - 1968], 1968
    • 23 [Campaign Related Speeches and Correspondence], 1968-70
    • 24 Statistical Data On Elections and Registration; Del Norte Co. [and Humboldt County], 1968-76
    • 25 1970 Campaign Factbook [for Republican Candidates], 1970
    • 26 [Campaign - 1970 Primary], 1970
    Box 18
    • 1 [Campaign - Stodart's Notes], 1970
    • 2 Campaign '72, 1972
    • 3 Oct. 24 Report Work Material, 1972
    • 4 Sept. 10 Report Work Material/Contributions, 1972
    • 5 Election File; Lists of Workers, 1972
    • 6 Statement of the Vote; General Election; Napa County, 1972
    • 7 Campaign Coordinator V.M. Bob Moir, 1972
    • 8 [Campaign - Sonoma], 1972
    • 9 Election File- Candidate Reports, 1972
    • 10 Election File- D.H.C. Corres. And Misc., 1972
    • 11 Primary Election, 1972
    • 12 Statement of the Vote; General Election; Humboldt County, 1972
    • 13 Jim Brown, 1972
    • 14 Labor Campaign, 1972
    • 15 Inter Office Memos, 1972
    • 16 First District Committee Minutes, Letters and Misc., 1972
    • 17 Speaker's Bureau, 1972
    • 18 Campaign Speeches, 1972
    • 19 Veteran for Clausen, 1972
    • 20 Democrats for Clausen, 1972
    • 21 Radio and T.V., 1972
    • 22 People Who Want Appointments; People Who Will Work During Campaign, 1972
    • 23 Election; Letters to the Editor, 1972
    • 24 Clausen - Sonoma County Campaign Dinner, 1972
    • 25 Levinger, Lee & Assoc., 1972
    • 27 Committee to Re-elect the President, 1972
    • 28 Schedules [Campaign], 1972
    • 29 Elections File; Comparisons, 1972
    • 30 [Campaign - D.H.C.'s Accomplishments], 1974-76
    • 31 Debate Related [Campaign], 1980
    • 32 Ford Breakfast [Campaign], 1980
    • 33 Political Brief File [Campaign], 1980
    • 34 Debate [Norma Bork], 1980
    • 35 Norma's Radio Ads [Bork], 1980
    • 36 Mailings [Campaign], 1980
    • 37 Bork [Norma Bork; Clippings], 1980
    • 38 Ads [Campaign], 1980
    • 39 Press List, 1961-67
    • 40 Congress: Ethics, etc., 1963-69
    • 41 (88-1 and 2) Congressional Record Reprints; Paste-ups, 1963-64
    • 42 (88-1 and 2) Voting Record; Cong. Don H. Clausen, 1963-64
    • 43 Congress - Committee on Committees, 1964-65
    • 44 Politics - Republican Women, 1964-65
    • 45 Republican Leadership, 1964-65
    • 46 Voting Record for 89th- Formal, 1964-66
    • 47 88th Republican Club, 1964-68
    • 48 Clausen P.R. - - Operation Saturation, 1965
    • 49 D.H.C. Testimony, 1965-66
    • 50 Voting Record, 1965
    • 51 Roll Call Votes (89-2), 1966
    • 52 Public Relations - General, 1966
    • 53 Voting Record, 1965-66
    • 54 Colleagues, 1966
    Box 19
    • 1 Republican National Committee, 1966-67
    • 2 Ronald Reagan-RECOMMENDATIONS, 1966-67
    • 3 Press, 1966-68
    • 4 Voting Record, 1966-68
    • 5 Public relations-General, 1966-68
    • 6 Americans For Constitutional Action, 1966-68
    • 7 Congress-Colleagues, 1966-69
    • 8 [First Eight Months-Reagan-Ca.], 1967
    • 9 Congress-Whip Organization, 1967-69
    • 10 Republican Policy Comm., 1967-69
    • 11 LIVERMORE, Norman (Ike)/ Administrator-Resources Agency, 1967
    • 12 Republican Leadership, 1967-69
    • 13 Republican Victory Gala, 1967-68
    • 14 Governor Ronald Reagan File-California State, 1967-69
    • 15 State Politics, 1967-69
    • 16 Republican State Central Comm. (Calif.), 1967-69
    • 17 Republican Congressional Committee, 1967-69
    • 18 National Politics, 1967-69
    • 19 Republican National Convention, 1968
    • 20 Inaugural Correspondence, 1969
    • 21 Inaugural Literature, 1969
    • 22 DHC Inaugural Tickets, 1969
    • 23 Republican Conference/ H. of R., 1968-69
    • 24 Congress-Colleagues, 1968-70
    • 25 Jobs & Recommendations, 1968
    • 26 Young Republicans, 1969-70
    • 27 Remarks to Sonoma City Republican Cent Comm., May 30, 1981

  • Sub series: Klamath River Fishing and Constituents - Indians - Most issues involving the Klamath and Trinity rivers also involve Indian cultural and legal matters. Information on these will be found in many files labeled either Klamath River, Trinity River, or Indians

  • Box 20
    • 1 Hoopa-Yurok Reference File, 1963-69
    • 2 Interior Department-Bureau of Indian Affairs (Reference), [Constituent Issues], 1966-68
    • 3 Interior Department-Bureau of Indian Affairs, [Constituent Issues], 1967-69
    • 4 Klamath River Indians- Hoopa-Yurok Controversy, 1978-80
    • 5 [Jesse Short Case and Klamath River- Loose Materials], 1979
    • 6 Klamath Resort Owners, 1979
    • 7 [Jesse Short Case], 1978-79
    • 8 Short Case Letter, 1979
    • 9 Morris Petition, 1979
    • 10 [Jesse Short Case- Legal Documents], 1979-80
    Box 21
    • 1 [Jesse Short Case- Hoopa Comments], 1979
    • 2 [DHC Comments on Jesse Short Case- Loose Materials], 1979
    • 3-4 Department of Interior- Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1970-72
    • 5 Klamath- Yuroks/Hoopas, 1979-80
    • 6 [Fishing- Salmon and Steelhead- Loose Materials], 1978
    • 7 [Jesse Short Case and Klamath River], 1979
    • 8 Native Americans [G-O Road], 1979
    • 9 Dept. of Interior: BIA [Northern California], 1976-80
    • 10 Klamath River Indians- Fishing, 1977-78
    • 11 Klamath Fishing Rights, 1978-79
    Box 22
    • 1 Interior Dept.- Bureau of Indian Affairs- Johnson-O'Malley Funds, 1968
    • 2 Project: Klamath Gill Nets, 1976-78
    • 3 Klamath River Indians- Fishing, 1979-80
    • 4 Interior- Bureau of Indian Affairs, [District Issues], 1977-78
    • 5 [Weitchpec- Mitchell-Pallin Land], 1967-78
    • 6 [Tri-County Indian Development Council], 1977
    • 7 [Hoopa Valley- Fishing Regulations], 1982

  • Sub series: Aviation - Clausen's life long interest and advocacy in all aspects of aviation, and most especially aviation education are detailed in these files.

  • Box 23
    • 1 Aviation Program- Del Norte High School, 1956-61
    • 2 [Aviation], 1958-61
    • 3 [Aviation- 1960's- Loose Materials], 1960-69
    • 4 [Aviation- Aircraft Owners and Pilots Assn.], 1964
    • 5 88-2 Clausen: Freedom Academy, 1964-65
    • 6 Clausen: Position on Issues, General (Robotype Reply), 1965
    • 7 Aviation Missionary Program, 1965-67
    • 8 Aviation Education Advisory Com./ Del Norte County, 1966
    • 9 Don Clausen Aviation Award/ Most Outstanding Aviation Students-Aviation Awards Dinner, 1966-76
    • 10 Nat'l. Aerospace Education Council, 1966-68
    • 11 Aviation Education, 1966-68
    • 12 [Southeastern Airport Managers Association Resolution], 1967
    • 13 Aviation Education, 1967-69
    • 14 Aerospace-Aviation Education Task Force, 1967-72
    • 15 [Exposition of Flight- Las Vegas Arthur Godfrey, Max Conrad], 1967
    • 16 Involvement [Palo Alto], 1968
    • 17 Aviation- Aerospace- Aviation Task Force Correspondence, 1968-69
    • 18 [Aviation- California- Loose Materials], 1968-72
    • 19 [Aviation- Napa County Airport], 1970
    • 20 [Aviation- 1970's- Loose Materials], 1970-79
    • 21 [Aviation Education Resource Center Director's Guide], 1974
    • 22 [Aviation Career Awareness Program], 1975
    • 23 [Aviation Education], 1978
    Box 24
    • 1 Brewer Trophy Back-up Material, 1978
    • 2 World Aerospace Education Congress, 1979

  • Sub series: Subject Files

  • Box 24
    • 3 Mendocino County-General, 1967-74
    • 4 Jackson State Forest Info., 1961-77
    • 5 Mailing Lists for Campaigns (old), 1962-65
    • 6 Clausen for Congress Committee/ Del Norte County, 1962-63
    • 7 [Eel River Public Hearing, Ferndale], 1963
    • 8 District File- Water Resources Planning Act, 1963-67
    • 9 [Redwood Empire Association], 1967-68
    • 10 [Office of Economic Opportunity- Community Profiles], 1960-69
    • 11 [Lake Berrgessa], 1961-79
    • 12 Sonoma County- General, 1963-71
    • 13 Recreation- General, 1963
    • 14 Water- North Coast Development, 1963-1966
    • 15 Bodega Head Correspondence, 1963-64
    • 16 Bodega Bay, 1963-1968
    • 17 [Letters to High School Graduates- American's Creed], 1964
    • 18 Social Security, 1964-1971
    • 19 Water- Western States Development, 1964-65
    Box 25
    • 1 Point Reyes Seashore (PDQ), 1965-69
    • 2 O.E.O. Reference Material, 1965-68
    • 3 Interior Office- CORCC (Ocean Resources)/ [Humboldt Coast], 1965-70
    • 4 Viet Nam, 1965-70
    • 5 Water Pollution, 1966-67
    • 6 War on Poverty, 1967-69
    • 7 Shasta Daisy for National Flower, 1965-69
    • 8 Northern California Streams, 1965-67
    • 9 [Ca- District- Humboldt Bay- Sonoma Bridge], 1966-69
    • 10 Redwood Creek, 1968
    • 11 San Francisco Bay, 1967-70
    • 12 Conn Creek- Napa River, 1964-70
    • 13 Project- Eisenhower Redwood Forest and Lady Bird Johnson Grove, 1969
    • 14 Sing-out and Moral Re-armament, 1967
    • 15 Arroyo Corte Madera Del Presidio, 1965-68
    • 16 County Land Use Committees, 1966
    Box 26
    • 1 Veterans Administration- General, 1966-68
    • 2 Dept. of Housing and Urban Development- General, 1967-69
    • 3 HUD- FHA, 1966-68
    • 4 HUD- Metropolitan Development, 1967-68
    • 5 Marin City Housing Problem, 1966-68
    • 6 Napa Grants OSD 205/ P-265, 1966-67
    • 7 Ed Burton- Microphor, 1966-68
    • 8 Off. Emergency Planning Cases, 1966-67
    • 9 Railroad Retirement Board, 1967
    • 10 Inflation, 1966-68
    • 11 Interior Department- General, 1966-68
    • 12 Interior- FWPCA [Water Pollution], 1968
    • 13 Interior- Nat'l. Park Service, 1966-68
    • 14 Interior- Fish and Wildlife Serv., 1967-68
    • 15 Tiburon Net Naval Depot- Correspondence, 1965-66
    • 16 Interior Department- Bureau of Land Management, 1966-68
    • 17 Public Land Law Review Commission, 1967
    • 18 Peace Corps, 1968
    Box 27
    • 1 [Justice Dept., Constituent Correspondence, 1968
    • 2 Security Exchange Commission, 1967-68
    • 3 Supreme Court, 1967-68
    • 4 Dos Rios, 1967-70
    • 5 Eel River- General, 1967-70
    • 6 Klamath Relocation- PDQ- Suspense, 1965-70
    Box 28
    • 1 Bureau of Reclamation- PG&E Northwest Intertie, 1967-68
    • 2 [Department of Interior- Bureau of Reclamation], 1966-67
    • 3 Vietnam- Phase-in, Phase-out/ Editorial by W.R. Hearst, Jr., March 10, 1968
    • 4 [Blueprint for Peace], 1968 (?)
    • 5 Republican Central Committee- Sonoma County, 1968-69
    • 6 Nixon File, 1969-70
    • 7 California Disaster Relief, 1969
    • 8 DHC- Remarks to the Sonoma County Self-Help Grp., June 27, 1969
    • 9 Wiseman Dedication, 1968
    • 10 Mendocino Headlands, 1968
    • 11 Job and Recommendations- General, 1969
    • 12 Summer Intern File, 1970
    • 13 [Invitations- Loose Materials], 1970
    • 14 [Russian River], 1966
    • 15 [Russian River Water Plan], 1969
    • 16 [Russian River Water Plan], 1970
    • 17 Colorado River, 1969-70
    • 18 Siskiyou Wilderness, 1969
    • 19 Eel River Association Meeting/ District- Jan. 12, 1968
    • 20 Humboldt Bay Develop. Comm., 1968
    Box 29
    • 1 [Housing and Urban Development], 1969
    • 2 Interior Department- Funding Program for FY, 1969-71
    • 3 Interior Committee- Notices- 91st, 1969-70
    • 4-7 Interior Committee- General- 91st, 1969-70
    • 8 Republican Policy Statements, 1968
    • 9 Rohnert Park- General, 1968
    • 10 Drug Program, 1969
    • 11 Interior Department- National Park Service, 1969
    • 12 Interior Department- General, 1969
    Box 30
    • 1 [Transportation Task Force- Republican], 1969-70
    • 2 Humboldt and Lockheed [Economic Dev.], 1969-70
    • 3 Newsletter, 1969-71
    • 4 Booster Newsletters, 1970
    • 5 Environmental Council, 1970
    • 6 German Forester Project, 1970
    • 7-12 California State Matter, 1971-72
    • 13 [Public Works Appropriations- DHC Statement], 1971
    • 14 California State- Legislation, 1971
    • 15 California State- Reapportionment, 1971
    • 16 California State- District, 1971-72
    • 17 [Redwood Valley, Mendocino Co., Water], 1972
    Box 31
    • 1 Department of Interior/ National Park Service/ Point Reyes Seashore, 1971-72
    • 2 Justice Dept. -92nd Congress/ General, 1971-72
    • 3 Department of Justice/ General, 1971-72
    • 4 Department of Justice/ Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1971-72
    • 5 Department of Justice/ Immigration and Naturalization Service/ General, 1971-72
    • 6 Labor Dept.-92nd Congress/ Manpower Administration, 1971-72
    • 7 Department of Justice-92nd Congress/ General, 1971-72
    • 8 Interior Dept.-92nd Congress/ National Park Service/ Duck Cove/ [Pt. Reyes], 1971-72
    Box 32
    • 1 South Fork Road Repairs-D.N. Co./ Temporary and Permanent, 1972-73
    • 2 [Puerto Rico], 1973
    • 3 Redwood Valley Water Dist., 1970
    • 4 Prop. 20 Aftermath, 1972
    • 5 Correspondence/ [Santa Rosa Office], 1973
    • 6 Northern California Ecumenical Council, 1973
    • 7 [Napa County, Hwy 29 and 121, EIS], 1973
    • 8 Department of the Interior/ Bureau of Mines, 1974
    • 9 Kelly House Historical Project, 1974
    • 10 Department of Interior/ General, 1974
    • 11 Misc. Items on Jim Jones/ Guyana/ People's Temple, 1974-78
    • 12 Cult Info., 1976-79
    • 13 [Russian-Eel Rivers/ Water Rights], 1975
    • 14 W.S.D.T.F. Financial Info./ Re: Sierra Club, 1974-79
    • 15 [Northern California Outer Continental Shelf], 1975
    • 16 Public Works Materials, 1975
    • 17 Radio Tape Statements/ [Republican Radio Network], 1975
    • 18 Young People's Address, ?
    • 19 Payment in Lieu of Taxes, 1975-76
    • 20 Education, 1976
    • 21 Hoopa Bicentennial, Aug. 27, 1976
    • 22 Interior Materials, 1977(?)
    • 23 Energy, D.H.C. Record, 1976-79
    • 24 Misc. [Pete], 1977
    • 25 Lake County Water Projects, 1977-78
    • 26 Xabenapo, 1977
    • 27 Look-up, 1976
    • 28 College Park, 1976
    • 29 N.B.H.D.C. and Ombe, 1976
    • 30 St. Helena Hospital, 1976
    • 31 N. Calif. Power Agency/ F.P.C., 1976-77
    • 32 Mane Island Cswy, 1976-77
    • 33 Lake County Air Pollution, 1976
    • 34 [Biography/ D.H.C.], 1975-79
    • 35 Sacramento Newsletter, 1977
    • 36 Special: Kaiser Steel Paper, Aug., 1978
    • 37 Arco Spark/ D.H.C., Bob Carr, S.F. Hearings, Sept. 1, 1978
    • 38 [National Parks/ Golden Gate National Recreation Area/ Point Reyes National Seashore], 1975
    Box 33
    • 1 [Indian Health Project/ Sonoma County], 1979
    • 2 S.1 Letter to Peter Rodino, March 22, 1976
    • 3 Title IX/ [D.H.C.'s District], 1976-77
    • 4 D.H.C. Remarks to SDA World Conference of Adm'tors, Oct. 18, '77, 1967-81
    • 5 [Siskiyou Mountains/ Six Rivers Forest- Loose Materials], 1975-76
    • 6 [National Federation of Independent Business Honors D.H.C.], 1976 (?)
    • 7 [Yolla Bolly Wilderness- Loose Materials], 1976
    • 8 Humboldt Ski Development, 1976-77
    • 9 Humboldt Water District, 1976-77
    • 10 Geothermal Steam Act/ Stockraising Act & Others, 1916-77
    • 11 Skaggs Island- Navy Dept., 1978
    • 12 Trust Territories, 1978
    • 13 Bureau of Land Management Info., 1979-81
    • 14 Mines and Mining Info., 1961-82
    • 15 Federal Aid Highway Act/ Park Provisions, 1976-78
    • 16 Water and Power Resources Reclamation Projects, 1976-78
    • 17 Water and Power Resources/ General, 1977-78
    Box 34
    • 1 [Clear Lake Algal Research], 1976
    • 2 Tax Cut Notes/ Kemp-Roth, 1977
    • 3 Humboldt Bay Wastewater Authority, 1977-79
    • 4 Eureka Community Conference Center, 1979
    • 5 Hankins, Donna- NASA/ [Humboldt State Univ.], 1979
    • 6 Warm Springs Dam, 1977-78
    • 7 Department of Interior: National Park Service, 1976-78
    • 8 Department of Interior: Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, 1977
    • 9 Hiatt, Ray HUD, 1977-78
    • 10 [Coyote Valley Tribal Council/ HUD Grant], 1978
    • 11 Department of HUD: Federal Insurance Admin., 1977-78
    • 12 Dept. of HUD: Office of Interstate Land Sales Reg., 1978
    • 13 Department of HUD: Community Development, 1977-78
    • 14 Dept. of Interior/ General, 1977-78
    • 15 Beeson Audrey/ [BIA- Hoopa], 1978
    • 16 Stefanuk, John/ BLM, 1978
    • 17 Interior / Bureau of Land Management/ [Off road Vehicles], 1975-78
    • 18 Energy Research and Development Adm., 1977-79
    • 19 DOE- Crude Oil, 1978
    • 20 Department of Interior: Bureau of Reclamation, 1977-78
    • 21 Republican References, 1978
    • 22 H.R. 50, Poem, 1978 (?)
    • 23 Eulogies for Congressional Record, 1978
    • 24 Obituaries and Sympathy Statement, 1978-79
    • 25 Grants State, 1979
    • 26 Economy, 1979
    • 27 Environment, 1979
    • 28 Newsletter/ [D.H.C. and Others], 1979
    • 29 Defense, 1979
    • 30 Central/South American Developments, 1979-80
    Box 35
    • 1 Calif. Energy Situation/ Trucker's Strike, etc., 1979
    • 2 D.H.C. Critical Coverage, 1979
    • 3 Speech References/ Energy/ Interior Committee, 1979
    • 4 Sagebrush Rebellion- Western Lands, 1979
    • 5 Interior and Insular Affairs CMT/ Water and Power Resources/ Kings River, 1978
    • 6 Dept. of Interior: Bureau of Reclamation, 1979-80
    • 7 Dept. of Interior: BLM, 1979-80
    • 8 Dept. of Interior: National Park Service, 1979-80
    • 9 Dept. of Interior: U.S. Fish and Wildlife and Heritage Conservation, 1979-80
    • 10 Dept. of Justice/ General, 1979-80
    • 11 Dept. of Labor/ General/ [REPP Included], 1979-80
    • 12 Dept. of Labor/ CETA, 1979-80
    • 13 [Republican National Comm. Presidential Accountability, 1978
    • 14 [Humboldt State University, Center for Community Development Agricultural Project], 1979
    Box 36
    • 1 [Three Mile Island/ Loose Materials], 1979
    • 2 Sen. Byrd Amendment to Balance the Budget/ International MON Fund, 1978-80
    • 3 Pete's Handling/ [Staff File of District Matters], 1979-80
    • 4 Eel River Basin Study, 1979
    • 5 Salt II Reference Guide, 1979
    • 6 Humboldt County Ski Development Committee, 1979-80
    • 7 Island Mountain Tunnel/ Rr Abandonment, 1979-80
    • 8 Legislative Questionnaire Responses, 1978
    • 9 Industry Positions/ [RARE II], 1978-79
    • 10 Women in Timber, 1979
    • 11 Six Rivers Alliance/ [RARE II], 1978-79
    • 12 Siskiyou Wilderness, 1977
    • 13 Ski Area Information/ [RARE II], 1979-80
    • 14 Grazing Language/ Colorado Bill, 1979
    • 15 Forest Service Information/ Sheets on Each RARE II Area, late 1970s
    • 16 Siskiyou Wilderness, 1976-77
    • 17 Mt. Shasta, 1979
    Box 37
    • 1 [RARE II], late 1970s
    • 2 Western Timber Association, 1979-80
    • 3 Redwood Region Development Commission/ [Redwood National Park], 1979-80
    • 4 [Reagan Bush Committee], 1980
    • 5 [Humboldt County Economy Monitoring System Report], 1980 (?)
    • 6 Thank You (Colleagues), 1981-82
    • 7 Thank You (State, Federal, Local Officials), 1981-82
    • 8 Thank You (Lobbyist/ Trade Associations), 1981-82
    • 9 Jimmy Carter, 1980
    • 10 [Salmon Unlimited], Feb. 17, 1980
    • 11 Booster Questionnaire [Correspondence], 1979
    • 12 Don H. Clausen- Statements/ News Releases, 1979-80
    • 14 Humboldt Bay Harbor, 1980
    • 15 Woodley Island, 1980
    • 16 [Warm Springs Dam/ Lake Sonoma Visit], 1981
    • 17 [HSU- Center for Community Development- Recreation], 1981
    • 18 NAPA Speech, Nov. 25, 1981
    • 19 Stockman Intro., 1981
    • 20 Clausen- Dec. 1, 1981
    • 21 [D.H.C. Schedules], 1982
    Box 38
    • 1-4 [Notes on Issues, Speeches, Campaigning- Loose Materials], 1981-82
    • 5 [Correspondence- Loose Materials], 1981-82
    • 6 [Press Releases, Newsletters- Loose Materials], 1981-82
    • 7 [Newsletters, Reports of District Organizations], 1981-82
    • 8 [Ferndale- Basketball Guides], 1982
    • 9 [Clausen- Hatchery Article], 1983

  • Sub series: Projects

  • Box 38
    • 10 Projects/ Noyo Harbor, 1962-64
    • 11 Projects/ Klamath River, 1964-74
    • 12 P.W. Project Summaries, 1965
    • 13 Corps of Engineers/ General, 1968
    • 14 Corps of Engineers/ General, 1966-69
    • 15 (89-1) Rampart Dam Project/ Alaska, 1966-68
    • 16 Bodega Head Atomic Power Plant, 1962-64
    Box 39
    • 1 [Projects- Petaluma River], 1966-74
    • 2 Coyote Creek (Richardson Bay Project), 1966-68
    • 3 San Rafael Creek, 1968
    • 4 Sequoia Reservoir/ [Eel River Basin], 1966
    • 5 Sonoma Creek Bridge/ [Sonoma Bridge Also], 1966-68
    • 6 Sulphur Creek Project, 1965
    • 7 Trinity River Flood Control, 1965
    • 8 Upper Putah Creek, 1965-66
    • 9 [Projects- Napa River], 1967-73
    • 10 [Eel River Basin- Dos Rios Project], 1968
    • 11 Napa "Grass Roots", 1966-67
    • 12 Projects/ Russian River Basin (Lake Mendo), 1967-72
    • 13 Warm Springs, 1970
    • 14 Projects/ Dry Creek (Warm Springs), 1973-74
    Box 40
    • 1 Projects/ Redwood Valley Water District, 1973-74
    • 2 Projects/ Russian River Basin, 1970-74
    • 3 Projects/ Russian River Study, 1973-74
    • 4 Projects/ Sausalito Docks, 1974
    • 5 Projects/ Scotts Creek Dam, 1973
    • 6 Projects/ Small Craft Harbors, 1967-68
    • 7 Projects/ Smith River Basin, 1968-74
    • 8 Projects/ Humboldt Harbor, 1973-74
    • 9 Projects/ Eel River Watershed Conservancy, 1970-74
    • 10 Projects/ Eel River Delta, 1967-74
    • 11 Projects/ Eel- Russian Rivers Stream-flow Augmentation Study, 1972-74
    • 12 Projects/ Crescent City Harbor, 1972-74
    Box 41
    • 1 Projects/ Clear Lake Advisory Committee, 1973-74
    • 2 Projects/ Coast Guard Search/Rescues Helicopter Station/ [Humboldt County], 1973-75
    • 3 Projects/ Clear Lake, 1972-74
    • 4 Projects/ Bodega Bay, 1972-74
    • 5 Projects/ Lake Berryessa, 1972-74
    • 6 Projects/ Deep Port Study, 1973-74
    • 7 Projects/ Corps of Engineers- General, 1974
    • 8 Dry Creek Lake Project/ Umpqua River, Or., [Includes Photos], 1974
    • 9 Corps- Lake Mendo/ Title X, 1976
    • 10 Projects/ Noyo River and Harbor, 1975-76
    • 11 Projects/ Humboldt Harbor, 1975-76
    • 12 Projects/ Crescent City Harbor, 1975-76
    Box 42
    • 1 Projects/ Corps of Engineers- General, [District], 1974-76
    • 2 Projects/ Eel River Delta, 1975-76
    • 3 Projects/ Eel River Watershed Conservancy, 1975-76
    • 4 Projects/ Lakeport Lake, 1975
    • 5 Projects/ Humboldt Bay MWD, 1975
    • 6 [Warm Springs Project- Loose Materials], 1976
    • 7 Projects/ Bodega Bay, 1976
    • 8 Projects/ Clear Lake, 1976
    • 9 Projects/ Lake Berryessa, 1976
    • 10 Projects/ Redwood Valley Water Dist., 1975-76
    • 11 Projects/ Petaluma River, 1975-76
    • 12 Projects/ Russian River Comp. Study, 1975
    • 13 Projects/ Lake Mendocino, 1976
    • 14 Projects/ Napa River, 1975-76
    • 15 Projects/ Petaluma River, 1976

  • Sub series: Legislation and Committees - Files from some sessions are in chronological order, and some are organized by bill number.

  • Box 43
    • 1 Status on Major Legislation, 1963-64
    • 2 Information [Legislation 94th Congress], 1975-76
    • 3 Summaries 94th Congress [Legislation], 1975-76
    • 4 [D.H.C. Legislation and Comments], 1975-76
    • 5 D.H.C. Leg. 94th Congress, 1975-76
    • 6 Briefing Book- Labor Issues, 1976-77
    • 7 [Voting Record- D.H.C. 92hd Congress], 1971-72
    • 8 [Voting Record- D.H.C. 93rd Congress], 1973-74
    • 9 D.H.C. Voting Record- 94th Congress [Includes Comments], 1975
    • 10 [Voting Record- D.H.C.- 94th Congress], 1975-76
    • 11 D.H.C. Voting Record 94th Congress, 1976
    • 12 D.H.C. Voting Record 95th Congress, 1977
    • 13 [Voting Record- D.H.C.- 95th Congress], 1978
    • 14 D.H.C. Voting Record 95th Congress, 1978
    • 15 D.H.C. Voting Record 96th Congress, 1979
    Box 44
    • 1 [Voting Record- D.H.C.- 96th Congress], 1979-80
    • 2 D.H.C. Voting Record 96th Congress, 1980
    • 3 [Voting Record- D.H.C.], 1981
    • 4 [Voting Record- D.H.C.- 97th Congress], 1981-82
    • 5 [Legislative Profile- D.H.C.], 1977-78
    • 6 [Legislative Profile- D.H.C.], 1979-80
    • 7 [Legislative Profile- D.H.C.- 96th Congress], 1979-80
    • 8 [Legislative Profile- D.H.C.- 97th Congress], 1981-82
    • 9 ["Legislative Alert"- Republican Party], 1979
    • 10 [Legislative Alert- Republican Party], 1980
    • 11 Vote Ratings 96th Congress [Republican Study Committee], 1979-80
    • 12 [Republican Study Committee], 1980
    • 13 [Republican Study Committee], 1982
    Box 45
    • 1 88th Congress, 1st Session H.R. 6625- A Bill For the Relief of Debra Grohs., 1963
    • 2 88th Congress, 1st Session H.R. 6626- A Bill For the Relief of Mariuccia Italia., 1963
    • 3 88th Congress, 1st Session H.R. 6837- A Bill For the Relief of Mrs. Eleonora Vasconi (nee Trentanove), 1963-64
    • 4 89th Congress, 1st Session H.R. 10437- A bill to waive any overpayments of veteran's pensions for the year 1965 resulting from enactment of the Social Security Amendments of 1965, and for other purposes., 1965
    • 5 89th Congress, 1st Session H.R. 36- Pollution Prevention/ San Francisco Bay, 1965
    • 6 W&M- Human Investment Act (D.H.C. Legis.), 1964-66
    • 7 (89-1) Public Works, H.R. 4531- Resources Development Act, 1965
    • 8 (89-1) Public Works, H.R. 7062- Reconstruction of Highways-Limitation Increase, 1965
    • 9 89th Congress, 1st Session H.R. 7304- A bill to provide assistance to the States of California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, and Idaho for the reconstruction of areas damaged by recent floods and high waters., 1965
    • 10 89th Congress, 1st Session H.R. 5478- A bill to provide assistance to the States of Oregon, Washington, California and Idaho for areas damages by recent Floods and high waters., 1965
    • 11 H.R. 17095 (H.R. 13616) Air and Water Pollution, 1966
    • 12 89th Congress, 2nd session H.R. 13852- A bill to authorize the construction of the Klamath River Project in the State of California for flood control and related purposes., 1966
    • 13 (89-1) Public Works, H.R. 4166- Future Highway Need Study, 1965
    • 14 (88-2) Ways & Means, H.R. 10667- Exclusion of tariff duty of school equipment- possible legislation?, 1965-66
    • 15 89th Congress, 1st Session H.R. 4366- Study Future Highway Needs, 1965
    • 16 D.H.C. Leg., W&M CTE- Cost of Living Increases re. Soc. Sec. Benefits, 1966
    • 17 H.R. 17127 Amend. S.S.A.- Payments for Nursing Home Services, 1966
    • 18 D.H.C. Leg., H.R. 15834- W&M CTE- Moving Expenses, 1966
    • 19 (89-1) Ways and Means- Educational Incentive Act, 1965
    • 20 (89-1) H.R. 9410- Higher Education Tax Credit, 1965-66
    • 21 (89-1) Ways and Means H.R. 8117- Excise Taxes, 1964-65
    • 22 H.R. 17937 D.H.C. Leg.- IRS Credit For Teachers, W&M CMT, 1966
    • 23 (88-2) H.R. 11376- Ways and Means- Excise Tax Rate Extension Act of 1964
    • 24 89th Congress, 1st Session, H.R. 6422- Educational Incentive Act, 1965
    • 25 W&M- Age 40 Tax Credit (D.H.C. Leg.), 1965
    • 26 D.H.C. Leg., H.J. Res. 1021- Foreign Affairs CTE, 1966
    • 27 H.R. 13375- D.H.C. Leg. MM&F CTE- 12 Mile Limit, 1966
    • 28 D.H.C. Leg,. H.R. 16338- PO&CS CTE- Appointment of Postmasters, 1966
    • 29 D.H.C. Leg., H.R. 12350- Sea Grant Colleges, 1966
    • 30 H. Res.- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Hearings on Gulf of Tonkin Resolution- Rules Committee, 1967-68
    • 31 90th Congress, 1st session H.R. 9934 [Higher Education], 1967
    • 32 90th Congress, 1st Session H.R. 14023 [King Range], 1967
    • 33 D.H.C. Leg.- 90th Congress, H.R. 14834- Colorado River Basin Project- Interior Committee, 1967-68
    • 34 H.R. 18837- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Restriction of Log Exports-Interior Committee, 1968
    • 35 H.R. 13454- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- To Amend Food & Drug Act to Include Definition of Food Supplements IS&FC, 1967-68
    Box 46
    • 1 H.R. 19884- Prohibit Broadcasting Certain Election Results- Interstate and Foreign Commerce, 1968
    • 2 H.J. Res. 389- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- In Honor of Joan Merriam Smith, 1967
    • 3 H.R. 6593- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Incorporate Opo Warner Little Scholars, 1967
    • 4 H.R. 9226 D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Desecration of the Flag- Judiciary, 1967
    • 5 H.R. 9932 D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Relating to Taxation by States of Income- Judiciary Committee, 1967
    • 6 H.J. Res. 591- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Bible Translation Day- Judiciary Committee, 1967
    • 7 H.J. Res. 693- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Equal Rights for Women- Judiciary Committee, 1967
    • 8 H.R. 13948- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- To Provide Addition Circuit Judges- Judiciary Committee, 1967-68
    • 9 H.J. Res. 1103- Designation of National School Safety Patrol Week- Judiciary Committee, 1968
    • 10 H.R. 12014- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- For the Relief of Theodore Alkousa, 1967-68
    • 11 H.R. 9933- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Federal Maritime Administration Merchant Marine and Fisheries, 1967-68
    • 12 H.R. 12862- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Appointment of Postmasters- Post office and Civil Service Cte., 1967-68
    • 13 H.R. 13933- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Modifications in Interstate Highway System- Public Works Committee, 1967
    • 14 H.R. 9301- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- John H. Baldwin Ship Channel- Public Works, 1967
    • 15 H.R. 11619- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Highway Safety Construction- Public Works Committee, 1967
    • 16 H.R. 13585- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Authorize Additional Mileage for Interstate System- Public Works, 1967
    • 17 H.R. 16622- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- To Establish A Right of Way Revolving Fund- Public Works Committee, 1968
    • 18 H.R. 17976 {Rural Dev.], 1968
    • 19 H.R. 18896- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Study for Public Works Projects in Rural Areas- P.W. Com., 1968
    • 20 H. Res. 362- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Select Committee on Standards and Conduct, 1967-68
    • 21 H. Con. Res. 257- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Appropriations for Federal Education Programs, 1967
    • 22 H. Res. 517- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- To Consider H.R. 421 (Anti-Riot Bill), Rule Committee, 1967
    • 23 H. Con. Res. 430- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Committee in Investigate Riots- Rules Committee, 1967-68
    • 24 H. Res. 869- [Southeast Asia], 1967
    • 25 H. Res. 877- D.H.C. 90th C.- Committee on Urban Affairs- Rules Committee, 1967
    • 26 H.R. 12296- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Establish Office of Program Analysis- Rules Committee, 1967
    • 27 H. Con. Res. 508- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Investigation of U.S. Policies in Southeast Asia- Rules Committee, 1967-68
    • 28 D.H.C. Leg. 90thC.- H. Con. Res. 660- Joint Select Committee on Govt. Program Analysis- Rules Committee, 1968
    • 29 H. Res. 1131- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- To Amend Pay of Witness Rule- Rule Committee, 1968
    • 30 D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- H.J. Res.1308- Joint Committee to Investigate Crime- Rule Committee, 1968
    • 31 H.R. 13681- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Survivor Benefits for Military Personnel- Veterans Aff., 1967
    • 32 H.R. 12585- [Veterans Affairs], 1967
    • 33 H.R. 16168- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Veterans Pensions- Veterans Affairs Committee, 1968
    • 34 D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- H.R. 4457- Social Security Increase, 1967
    • 35 D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- H.R. 4456-4595- Human Investment Act- W&M CTM., 1967
    • 36 H.R. 6594- D.H.C. Leg 90th C.- Tax Credit for Employing Older Persons, 1967
    • 37 H.R. 6595- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Income Tax Deduction For Teachers, 1967
    • 38 H.R. 7666- D.H.C Leg.- Dairy Imports- Ways and Means Committee, 1967-68
    • 39 H.R. 9375- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Meat Imports- Ways and Means Committee, 1967-68
    • 40 H.R. 9935- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Federal-State Tax Sharing Plan- Ways and Means Committee, 1967-68
    • 41 H.R. 11349- D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- Tariff Schedules on Mink- Ways and Means Committee- 1967-68
    • 42 H.R. 11782- [re: Dolly McCovey], 1968
    • 43 H.R. 9314- D.H.C. 90th C.- Grants for Drug Education- Education and Labor, 1969
    • 44 H.R. 10136- D.H.C. 91st C.- Withhold Assistance to Campus Rioters- Education and Labor, 1969
    • 45 H.R. 13952- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Mine Safety Act- Education and Labor, 1969
    • 46 H.R. 14250- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Grants for Drug Education Programs- Education and Labor, 1969
    • 47 H.R. 17198- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Establish A Student Loan Association- Education and Labor, 1970
    • 48 H.R. 17772- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- White House Commission on Education- Education and Labor, 1970
    • 49 H. Con. Res. 625- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Investigate Events at Kent State- Education and Labor, 1970
    • 50 H.R. 18264- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Student Loan Association- Education and Labor, 1970
    • 51 D.H.C. Leg.- Education and Labor- "Student Loan Program", 1969
    • 52 H. Con. Res. 127- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- With Respect to Biafra- Foreign Affairs Committee, 1969
    • 53 H. Res. 226- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- With Respect to Human Rights in Iraq- Foreign Affairs Committee, 1969
    • 54 H. Con. Res. 332- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Treatment of Prisoners of War- Foreign Affairs Committee, 1969
    • 55 H.R. 9330- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Interagency Committee on Mexican-American Affairs- Ways and Means Cte., 1969
    • 56 H.J. Res. 815- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Welcome Olympic Athletes- Foreign Affairs Committee, 1969
    • 57 H. Con. Res. 306- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Invite Nations to Join Space Effort- Foreign Affairs Committee, 1969
    • 58 H. Con. Res. 356- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Treatment of Visitors in Vietnam- Foreign Affairs Committee, 1969
    • 59 H. Res. 564- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Concerning Withdrawals From Vietnam- Foreign Affairs Committee, 1969
    • 60 H. Res. 646- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Peace With Justice in Vietnam- Foreign Affairs Committee, 1969
    • 61 H. Res. 779- D.H.C. Leg. 91st. C.- To Express Sense of House With Respect to Peace in Middle East- Foreign Affairs Committee, 1970
    • 62 H. Res. 1001- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Support of House with Respect to Strategic Arm Limitations- Foreign Affairs Committee, 1970
    • 63 H. Res. 1054- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Urging Russian Withdrawal from Middle East- Foreign Affairs Committee, 1970
    • 64 H. Res. 1173- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Balance of Power in Middle East- Foreign Affairs Committee, 1970
    • 65 H. Con. Res. 716- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- International Action to Prevent Pollution of Waters- Foreign Affairs Committee, 19070
    • 66 H. Con. Res. 744- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Persecution of Jews in Russian- Foreign Affairs Committee, 1970
    • 67 H. R. 3855- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Government Management Commission- Government Operations Committee, 1969
    • 68 H.R. 3860- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Catalogue of Federal Assistance Programs- Government Operations Committee, 1969
    • 69 H.R. 12416- D. H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Controller General Reports to the Congress- Government Operations Committee, 1969
    • 70 H.R. 16023- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Amend Land and Water Conservation Fund Act- Government Operations Committee, 1970
    • 71 H.R. 17977- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Limit Sale of Mailing Lists- Government Operations Committee, 1970
    • 72 H. Res. 1166- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- U.S. Maintain Sovereignty Over Panama Canal- Foreign Affairs Committee, 1970
    • 73 H.J. Res. 848- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Civil Air Patrol Memorial- House Administration Committee, 1969
    • 74 H.J. Res. 854- D.H.C. Leg.91st C.- Display of Moon Rocks in Capital- House Administration Cte., 1969
    • 75 H.J. Res. 862- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Astronaut's Memorial- House Administration Cte., 1969
    • 76 D.H.C. Leg. 90th C.- H.R. 3125- Shasta Daisy, (?)
    • 77 H.R. 17194- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Shasta Daisy for National Flower- House Administration Committee, 1970
    Box 47
    • 1 H.R. 7337- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Definition of Food Supplements- Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, 1969
    • 2 H.R. 8646- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Definition of Food Supplements- Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, 1969
    • 3 H.R. 9325- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- National Airport Plan- Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, 1969
    • 4 [H.R. 9326- Aviation and Taxes], 1967-69
    • 5 H.R. 10023- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Dwight David Eisenhower National Airport- Interstate and FC, 1969
    • 6 H.R. 14604- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Prohibit Siring of Horses- IS&FC, 1969
    • 7-10 H.R. 3786- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Point Reyes National Seashore- Interior Comm., 1969
    • 11 H.R. 16019- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Amend Solid Waste Disposal Act- Interstate and For. Com. Cte., 1970
    • 12 H.R. 16059- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Amend Clean Air Act- Interstate and For. Com. Cte., 1970
    • 13 H. Res. 906- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Cure and Control Cancer Within This Decade- Int.St. & For. Com. Cte., 1970
    • 14 H. Res. 1086- D.H.C. Leg. 91st. C.- Cure Cancer Within This Decade- IS & FC Cte. (Reintroduced), 1970
    • 15 H.R. 18487- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Amend International Travel Act- Interst. & For. Comm. Cte., 1970
    • 16 H.R. 18588- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Economic Growth Center Highways- Pub. Wks., 1970
    • 17 H.R. 18689- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Physicians to Practice in Areas Where Shortages- IS & FC Cte., 1970
    • 18 H.R. 18720- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- International Travel Act- IS & FC Cte., 1970
    • 19 H. Res. 1214- D.H.C. Leg. 91st C.- Cure & Control Cancer- Is & FC Cte., 1970
    • 20 H.R. 2454- D.H.C. Leg.- Amend Ag. Marketing Agreement Act, 1971
    • 21 H.R. 5840- D.H.C. Leg.- Operations Fire Fund Act, 1971
    • 22 H.R. 7387- D.H.C. Leg.- Sec. of Ag. To Contract for Fire Protect, 1971
    • 23 H.R. 8520- D.H.C. Leg.- Exclude Strikers From Food Stamps, 1971
    • 24 H.R. 8730- D.H.C. Leg.- National Ag. Bargaining Board, 1971
    • 25 H.R. 8893- D.H.C. Leg.- Establish Methods of Payment Bonds, 1971
    • 26 H.R. 13089- D.H.C. Leg.- Reforestation Program, 1972
    • 27 H.R. 13962- D.H.C. Leg.- Volunteers in National Forests Program, 1972
    • 28 H.R. 2452- D.H.C. Leg.- Military Recomputation- Armed Services, 1971
    Box 48
    • 1 H.R. 2453- D.H.C. Leg.- Volunteer Manpower Act- Armed Services, 1971
    • 2 H.R. 2455- D.H.C. Leg.- Survivor Benefits- Armed Services, 1971
    • 3 H.R. 4450- D.H.C. Leg.- Volunteer Manpower Procurement- Armed Services, 1971
    • 4 H.R. 866- I&IA- Golden Gate Nat Rec Area, 1971
    • 5 H.R. 1439- I&IA- Muir Wood Nat Monument, 1971
    • 6 H.R. 628- MM&F- Fishing Zones (200 Mile Limit), 1971
    • 7 H.R. 627- MM&F- Fishing Zones (50 Mile Limit), 1971
    • 8 H.R. 628- MM&F- Fishing Zone Limit (200 Mi.), Cont'd, 1971
    • 9 H.J. Res. 659- MM&F- Protect U.S. Fishermen From Harassment, 1971
    • 10 H.R. 10420- Protect Marine Mammals & Est. Com., 1971
    • 11 H.R. 101- PB Wks.- Works Acceleration Act, 1971
    • 12 H.R. 4400- PB Wks.- Amend P.W. Acceleration Act, 1971
    • 13 H.R. 5958- PB Wks.- Amend Fed. Water Pollution Act, 1971
    • 14 H.R. 5962- PB Wks.- Amend Fed. Water Pollution Act, 1971
    • 15 H.R. 5966- PB Wks.- Fed. Water Pollution Control Act, 1971
    • 16 H.R. 5508- I&IA- Saline Water Conversion, 1971
    • 17 H.R. 6504- I&IA- Nat Land Use Policy Act, 1971
    • 18 H.R. 5599- I&IA- Amend Water and Conservation Fund, 1971
    • 19 H.R. 5689- I&IA- Mine Area Protection Act, 1971
    • 20 H.R. 6257- I&IA- To Preserve Historical and Archeological Data, 1971
    • 21 H.R. 6730- I&IA- Amend Land and Water Conservation Act, 1971
    • 22 H.R. 6993- I&IA- Additional Asst. Sec. Of Interior, 1971
    • 23 H.R. 7286- I&IA- Arrest of Violators of Public Land Laws, 1971
    • 24 H.R. 7366- I&IA- Expand Desalting Program, 1971
    • 25 H.R. 7544- I&IA- Represent in Congress By Guam and Virgin Islands, 1971
    • 26 H.R. 7865- I&IA- Authorize Study of Salton Sea, 1971
    • 27 H.R. 7991- I&IA- Santa Barbara Oil Leases, 1971
    • 28 H.R. 8062- I&IA- Additional Asst. Sec. Of Interior, 1971
    • 29 H.R. 8063- I&IA- Indian Financing Act of 1971
    • 30 H.R. 8064- I&IA- Amended Laws For Indians (Grazing Fees), 1971
    • 31 H.R. 8340- I&IA- Indian Business Development Program, 1971
    • 32 H.R. 8658- I&IA- Rep For Guam and Virgin Islands, 1971
    • 33 H.R. 8787- I&IA- Guam and Virgin Islands Representatives, 1971
    • 34 H.R. 8796- I&IA- Indian Control of Certain Fed Programs, 1971
    • 35 H.R. 8798- I&IA- Preserve Gold Mining Industry, 1971
    • 36 H.R. 8797- Create Indian Trust Council, 1971
    Box 49
    • 1 H.R. 8816- I&IA- Establish Gateway Nat Rec In N.Y. & N.J., June 1, 1971
    • 2 H.R. 8834- I&IA- Create Sawtooth Nat Rec Area in Idaho, June 2, 1971
    • 3 H.R. 9002- I&IA- Administration of Grazing Land, June 9, 1971
    • 4 H.R. 9093- I&IA- Extend Desalting Program, June 14, 1971
    • 5 H.R. 9126- I&IA- Relief For Occupants of Mining Claims, June 15, 1971
    • 6 H.R. 9521- I&IA- Authorize Feasibility Study of H2O Resource Development, June 30, 1971
    • 7 H.R. 9890- I&IA- Wild Horse Protection Act, July 19, 1971
    • 8 H.R. 10049- I&IA- Protection & Development of Nat Resource Land, July 22, 1971
    • 9 H.R. 10053- I&IA- Amend Act of March 3, 1909, July 22, 1971
    • 10 H.R. I&IA- Working Capitol Fund for BLM, July 22, 1971
    • 11 H.R. 10110- I&IA- Increase Appropriations and Boundary Changes in Nat Parks, July 27, 1971
    • 12 H.R. 10155- I&IA- California Desert Nat Conservation Area, July 28, 1971
    • 13 H.R. 10203- I&IA- Amend Water Resources Research Act, July 29, 1971
    • 14 H.R. 10526- I&IA- Snow Mountain Wilderness Area, May 17, 1971
    • 15 H.R. 13017- I&IA- Big Cypress National Reserve In Florida, Feb. 8, 1972
    • 16 H.R. 13018- I&IA- Golden Gate Nat Rec Area, Feb. 8, 1972
    • 17 H.R. 13201- I&IA- John D. Rockefeller Memorial Privacy, Feb. 17, 1972
    • 18 H.R. 14106- I&IA- Increase Approp. For Water Resource Planning Act, March 27, 1972
    • 19 H.R. 14946- I&IA- Golden Gate National Recreation Area, May 11, 1972
    • 20 H.R. 16444- I&IA- Golden Gate National Recreation Area, August 17, 1972
    • 21 H.R. 17171- I&IA- Luther Burbank National Historic Site, Oct. 14, 1972
    • 22 H. Con. Res. 25- IS&FC- Cancer Cure, Jan. 22, 1971
    • 23 H. Con. Res. 98- Continued Operation of PB Health Facility, Jan. 29, 1971
    • 24 H. Con. Res. 156- IS&FC- Opposed to Closing of PB Health Hospital, Feb. 10, 1971
    • 25 H.R. 2294- IS&FC- Public Health Service Act, Jan. 26, 1971
    • 26 H.R. 2323- IS&FC- Food Supplement Act, Jan. 26, 1971
    • 27 H.R. 3171- IS&FC- Travel Agency Regulation, Feb. 1, 1971
    • 28 H.R. 5343- IS&FC- Reduced Airfare for Elderly, March 2, 1971
    • 29 H.R. 9029- IS&FC- Interstate Laws Regarding Wine, June 9, 1971
    • 30 H.R. 10299- IS&FC- Amend Communications Act of 1934, Aug. 2, 1971
    • 31 H.R. 10365- IS&FC- Clean Air Act- Protect California's Right to More Stringent Laws, Aug. 3, 1971
    • 32 H.R. 10396- IS&FC- Driver Education, Aug. 4, 1971
    • 33 H.R. 10781- IS&FC- Amend Railway Labor Act (Strikes), Sept. 21, 1971
    • 34 H. Con. Res. 406- IS&FC- Civil Rights of Mentally Retarded, Sept. 23, 1971
    • 35 H.R. 23559- IS&FC- Develop Drug to Prevent Heroin Addiction, Jan. 24, 1972
    • 36 H.R. 23848- IS&FC- Amend Railway Management and Labor Act, Feb. 2, 1972
    • 37 H.R. 14449- IS&FC- Conquest of Multiple Sclerosis, April 18, 1972
    • 38 H.R. 14560- D.H.C. Leg.- Increased Forestation Program, June 13, 1972
    • 39 H.R. 16392- MM&F- Compensation to Fishermen, Aug. 16, 1972
    Box 50
    • 1-3 H.R. 200- D.H.C. Leg.- 200 Mile Limit- 93rd Congress- Merchant Marine Cmte., Jan. 3, 1973
    • 4 H.R. 2246- D.H.C. Leg.- Extend PB Wks & EDA For One Year- 93rd Congress- Public Works Cmte., Jan. 18, 1973
    • 5 H.R. 2332- D.H.C. Leg.- Authorize Highway Safety Projects- 93rd Congress- Public Works Committee, Jan. 18, 1973
    • 6 H.R. 3362- D.H.C. Leg.- Extend Fishing Zone (50 Miles)- 93rd Congress- MM&F Cmte., Jan. 31, 1973
    • 7 H.R. 3852- D.H.C. Leg.- Water Resources, to Establish Nat Policy- 93rd Congress- Public Works Cmte., Feb. 6, 1973
    • 8 H.R. 4904- D.H.C. Leg.- Flood Control, Rivers & Harbors, Authority- 93rd Congress- Public Works Cmte., Feb. 28, 1973
    • 9 H.R. 5441- D.H.C. Leg.- Protect National Resource Lands, Etc.- 93rd Congress- Interior Committee, March 8, 1973
    • 10 H.R. 5927- D.H.C. Leg.- Improve Mail Service- 93rd Congress- Post Office and Civil Ser., March 21, 1973
    • 11 H.R. 6132- D.H.C. Leg.- Nat Bicycle Transportation System- 93rd Congress- Public Works Committee, March 27, 1973
    • 12 H.R. 6288- D.H.C. Leg.- Highway Trust Fund Bill- 93rd Congress- Public Works Cmte., March 28, 1973
    • 13 H.R. 6307- D.H.C. Leg.- Minimize Red-tape in Highway Program- 93rd Congress- Public Works Cmte., March 26, 1973
    • 14 H.R. 7755- D.H.C. Leg.- Provide For Disaster Assistance- 93rd Congress- Public Works Cmte., May 10, 1973
    • 15 H.R. 10203- D.H.C. Leg.- PB Wks on Rivers and Harbors, Flood Control- 93rd Congress- Public Works Cmte., Sept. 12, 1973
    • 16 H.R. 10595- D.H.C. Leg.- PB Wks on RI & Har, Port Facilities- 93rd Congress- Public Works Cmte., Oct 1, 1973
    • 17 H.R. 10701- Oct. 3, 1973
    • 18 H.R. 10781- D.H.C. Leg.- Oil Imports on U.S. Flag Vessels- 93rd Congress- Merchant Marine Cmte., Oct. 4, 1973
    • 19 H.R. 11818- D.H.C. Leg.- Interim Fisheries Zone Extension- 93rd Congress- MM&F Cmte., Dec. 6, 1973
    • 20 H.R. 11910- D.H.C. Leg.- Continental Shelf Fishing Limits- 93rd Congress- MM&F Cmte., Dec. 12, 1973
    • 21 H.R. 12518- D.H.C. Leg.- Development of Agriculture in the U.S.- 93rd Congress- Marine Merchant Cmte., Feb. 4, 1974
    • 22 H.J. Res. 909- D.H.C. Leg.- Harassing U/.S. Fishermen- 93rd Congress- Merchant Marine Cmte., Feb. 21, 1974
    • 23 H.R. 156262- D.H.C. Leg.- Amend Fishermen's Protection Act- 93rd Congress- Merchant Marine Cmte., June 26, 1974
    • 24 H.R. 16573- D.H.C. Leg.- Interim Extension of Fishing Zone- 93rd Congress- Merchant Marine Cmte., Aug. 22, 1974
    • 25 H. Con. Res. 651- D.H.C. Leg.- Pertaining to Salmon Fishing- 93rd Congress- Merchant Marine Cmte., Sept. 30, 1974
    • 26 H. Res. 905- D.H.C. Leg.- Pay Raise Disapproval- 93rd Congress- Post Office Cmte., Feb. 21, 1974
    • 27 H.R. 6721- D.H.C. Leg.- Geothermal Resources/ Coal Leasing Act, 1975-76
    • 28 H.R. 30- D.H.C. Leg.- Hells Canyon- 94th Congress- Interior Cmte., Jan. 14, 1975
    Box 51
    • 1 H.R. 1957- D.H.C. Leg.- California Desert- I&IA, Jan. 23, 1975
    • 2 H.R. 2763- D.H.C. Leg.- Land and Water Conservation Fund- I&IA, Feb. 4, 1975
    • 3 H.R. 5173- D.H.C. Leg.- Elk Hills- I&IA, March 19, 1975
    • 4 [H.R. 5568], 1975
    • 5 H.R. 5589- D.H.C. Leg.- Snow Mountain Study Bill- I&IA, March26, 1975
    • 6 H.R. 6669- D.H.C. Leg.- Invest. Potential Water Resource Devel.- I&IA, May 5, 1975
    • 7 H.R. 6670- D.H.C. Leg.- Use Forest Reserves For Recreat.- I&IA, May 5, 1975
    • 8 H.R. 6820- D.H.C. Leg.- Log Export Bill- I&IA, May 8, 1975
    • 9 H.R. 7886- D.H.C. Leg.- Small Reclamation Projects- I&IA, June 13, 1975
    • 10 H.R. 8003- Point Reyes National Seashore- I&IA, June 18, 1975
    • 11 H.J. Res. 547- Covenant For Marinas- I&IA, July 9, 1975
    • 12 H.R. 8519- D.H.C. Leg.- Santa Monica Mts. And Seashore- I&IA, July 10, 1975
    • 13 H.R. 9460- D.H.C. Leg.- Constitution For Virgin Islands- I&IA, Sept. 9, 1975
    • 14 H.R. 9491- D.H.C. Leg.- Estab. Constitution For Guam- I&IA, Sept. 9, 1975
    • 15 H.R. 196- D.H.C. Leg.- Tax Exclusion On Savings- Ways and Means Committee, Jan. 14, 1975
    • 16 H.R. 1801- D.H.C. Leg.- Relief to Small Businesses- Ways and Means Committee, Jan. 23, 1975
    • 17 H.R. 2648- D.H.C. Leg.- Tax Credit For Energy Saving Dev.- Ways and Means Committee, Feb. 4, 1975
    • 18 H.R. 3542- D.H.C. Leg.- End Discrimination Against Wine- Ways and Means Committee, Feb. 21, 1975
    • 19 H.R. 4034- D.H.C. Leg.- "Jerry Pettis VA Hospital"- Veterans' Affairs Committee, Feb. 27, 1975
    • 20 H.R. 4125- D.H.C. Leg.- "Jerry Pettis Mem. Vet.'s Hosp."- Veterans' Affairs Committee, March 4, 1975
    • 21 H.R. 5316- D.H.C. Leg.- Medical Deduction For Adoption- Ways and Means Committee, March 21, 1975
    • 22 H.R. 5569- D.H.C. Leg.- Restrict Inspect. Tax Returns- Ways and Means Committee, March 26, 1975
    • 23 H.R. 5570- D.H.C. Leg.- Audit Procedures- Ways and Means Committee, March 26, 1975
    • 24 H.R. 13567- D.H.C. Leg.- Amend SB Act (Cmt Bill)- Small Business Committee, May 5, 1976
    • 25 H.R. 7143- D.H.C. Leg.- Federal Estate Tax- Ways and Means Committee, May 20, 1975
    • 26 H.R. 9056- D.H.C. Leg.- Dairymen (Committee Bill)- Small Business Committee, July 30, 1975
    • 27 H.R. 9580- D.H.C. Leg.- Improve Social Security System- Ways and Means Committee, Sept. 11, 1975
    • 28 H.R. 9701- D.H.C. Leg.- Ext. Highway Trust Fund- Ways and Means Committee, Sept. 18, 1975
    • 29-31 H.R. 9719- D.H.C. Leg.- Payments in Lieu of Taxes- I&IA, Sept, 19, 1975
    • 32 H.R. 10015- D.H.C. Leg.- Jobs Creation Act- Ways and Means Committee, Oct. 3, 1975
    • 33 H.R. 10398- D.H.C. Leg.- To Enlarge Golden Gate National Rec. Area- I&IA, Oct. 28, 1975
    • 34 H.R. 10537- D.H.C. Leg.- Omnibus Reclamation Projects Bill- I&IA, Nov. 4, 1975
    • 35 H.R. 11258- D.H.C. Leg.- Asst. Sec. For Indian Affairs- I&IA, Dec. 18, 1975
    • 36 H.R. 11559- D.H.C. Leg.- Auth. For Saline Water Conv. Prog.- I&IA, Jan. 28, 1976
    • 37 H.R. 11456- D.H.C. Leg.- Indiana Dunes/ Clean Bill- I&IA, Jan. 22, 1976
    • 38 H.R. 11876- D.H.C. Leg.- Amend Water Resources Planning Act- I&IA, Feb. 11, 1976
    • 39 H.R. 12122- D.H.C. Leg.- Trust Territories Authorization- I&IA, Feb. 26, 1976
    • 40 H.R. 12234- D.H.C. Leg.- Land and Water Conservation Fund- I&IA, March 2, 1976
    • 41 H.R. 12278- D.H.C. Leg.- Indian Health Care- I&IA, March 3, 1976
    • 42 H.R. 12331- D.H.C. Leg.- Indian Health Care- I&IA, March 4, 1976
    Box 52
    • 1 H.R. 12645- D.H.C. Leg.- Indian Claims Commission Extend.- I&IA, March 18, 1976
    • 2 H.R. 13101- D.H.C. Leg.- Inc. Acreage Reclamation Lands- I&IA, April 7, 1976
    • 3 H.R. 13606- D.H.C. Leg.- Exempt From Overtime-Aircraft/ Vessels- Ways and Means Cmt., May 6, 1976
    • 4 H.Con. Res. 685- D.H.C. Leg.- VA/SS Benefits- Veterans ' Affairs Committee, July 22, 1976
    • 5 H.R. 14967- D.H.C. Leg.- Tax Exemption For Fairs- Ways and Means Committee, July 30, 1976
    • 6 H.R. 15427- D.H.C. Leg.- Tax Credit For ED Expenses- Ways and Means Committee, Sept. 2, 1976
    • 7 H.R. 13160- D.H.C. Leg.- Omnibus National Park Bill- I&IA, April 9, 1976
    • 8 H.R. 13359- D.H.C. Leg.- Auth. Loans for Virgin Islands- I&IA, April 28, 1976
    • 9 H.R. 13360- D.H.C. Leg.- Auth. Loans for Virgin Islands (Admin. Bill)- I&IA, April 28, 1976
    • 10 H.R. 13523- D.H.C. Leg.- Governor of Samoa- I&IA, May 4, 1976
    • 11 H.R. 13777- D.H.C. Leg.- BLM Organic Act (Cmt. Bill)- I&IA, May 13, 1976
    • 12 H.R. 13930- D.H.C. Leg.- Nez Perce Trail- I&IA, May 29, 1976
    • 13 H.R. 14291- D.H.C. Leg.- Governor of Samoa- I&IA, June 10, 1976
    • 14 H.R. 14417- D.H.C. Leg.- Indian Land Consolidation- I&IA, June 16, 1976
    • 15 H.R. 14578- D.H.C. Leg.- Auth. Federal Reclamation Projects- I&IA, June 28, 1976
    • 16 H.R. 14785- D.H.C. Leg.- Convey Lands to D-Q University- I&IA, July 21, 1976
    • 17 H.R. 14934- D.H.C. Leg.- Omnibus National Parks Bill- I&IA, July 28, 1976
    • 18 H.R. 15057- D.H.C. Leg.- Mineral Leasing Act- I&IA, Aug. 4, 1976
    • 19 H.R. 15122- D.H.C. Leg.- Omnibus Nat. Trails (Nez Perce)- I&IA, Aug. 9, 1976
    • 20 H.R. 15422- D.H.C. Leg.- Omnibus Wild and Scenic Rivers Bill- I&IA, Sept. 2, 1976
    • 21 H.R. 15446- D.H.C. Leg.- Omnibus Wilderness Bill- I&IA, Sept. 2, 1976
    • 22 [H.R. 3656]- Kaiser Ridge Leg., 1976
    • 23 H.R. 15558- D.H.C. Leg.- Omnibus National Parks Bill- I&IA, Sept. 14, 1976
    • 24 H.R. 9558- D.H.C. Leg.- Civil Air Patrol- Armed Services Committee- Oct. 13, 1977
    • 25 H.R. 2023, 1977
    • 26 H.R. 4064, 1977
    • 27 H.R. 4064- D.H.C. Leg.- FHA Housing Programs- Banking, Finance and Urban Aff., Feb 24, 1977
    • 28 H. Con. Res. 489, 1978
    • 29 H.R. 7976- D.H.C. Leg.- Conscience Clause- Education and Labor Committee, June 23, 1977
    • 30 H.R. 9368- D.H.C. Leg.- Conscience Clause- Education and Labor Committee, Sept. 28, 1977
    • 31 H.R. 10053- D.H.C. Leg.- Farm Labor Contractor Reg.- Education and Labor Committee, Nov. 4, 1977
    • 32 H.J. Res. 1127- Education Consolidation- Government Operations Cmt., Aug. 17, 1978
    • 33 H.J. Res. 1128- D.H.C. Leg.- Education Consolidation- Government Operation Cmt., Aug. 17, 1978
    • 34 H.R. 9586- D.H.C. Leg.- Boy Scouts of America Charter- House Administration, Oct. 17, 1977
    • 35 H.R. 6820- D.H.C. Leg.- D-Q University- I&IA, May 2, 1977
    • 36 H.R. 2, 1977
    • 37 H.R. 4157- D.H.C. Leg.- Cont. Water Research and Dev.- I&IA, Feb. 28, 1977
    • 38 H.R. 6550- D.H.C. Leg.- App. Trust Territories- I&IA, April 22, 1977
    • 39 H.R. 7976, 1977
    • 40 H.R. 6628- D.H.C. Leg.- Water Res. And Development- I&IA, April 26, 1977
    • 41 H.R. 9333, 1977
    • 42 H.R. 9631- D.H.C. Leg.- Funding for NPS- I&IA, Oct. 18, 1977
    Box 53
    • 1 H.J. Res. 633- D.H.C. Leg.- 160 Acre Limitation- I&IA, 1977
    • 2 H.R. 9707- D.H.C. Leg.- 160 Acre Limitation- Water- I&IA, Oct. 20, 1977
    • 3 H.J. Res. 660- D.H.C. Leg.- 160 Acre Moratorium- I&IA, Nov. 18, 1977
    • 4 H.J. Res. 677- D.H.C. Leg.- 160 Moratorium- I&IA, De. 15, 1977
    • 5 H.R. 11153- D.H.C. Leg.- Reclamation Dam Safety Bill- I&IA, Feb. 24, 1978
    • 6 H.R. 12379- D.H.C. Leg.- Urban recreation Facilities- I&IA, April 26, 1978
    • 7 H.R. 12481- D.H.C. Leg.- Omnibus Territories Bill- I&IA, May 2, 1978
    • 8 H.R. 12552- D.H.C. Leg.- 160 Acre Limitation Removal- I&IA, May 3, 1978
    • 9 H.R. 13350- D.H.C. Leg.- 160 Acre Limit bill (Sisk. Bill)- I&IA, June 29, 1978
    • 10 H.R. 13394- D.H.C. Leg.- Trinity River Stream - I&IA, July 10, 1978
    • 11 H.R. 13702- D.H.C. Leg.- Samoan Delegate- I&IA, Aug. 2, 1978
    • 12 H. Con. Res. 679- D.H.C. Leg.- Prohibit Commercial Fishing on the Klamath- I&IA, Aug. 3, 1978
    • 13 H. Con. Res. 685- D.H.C. Leg.- Expedite Seabrook Nuclear Sta.- I&IA, Aug. 9, 1978
    • 14 H. Con. Res. 160- D.H.C. Leg.- Harassment of Soviet Jews- International Relations, March 15, 1977
    • 15 H.J. Res. 779, 1978
    • 16 H.Con. Res. 523- D.H.C. Leg.- Condemning PLO- International Relations, March 15, 1978
    • 17 H.J. Res.- 917- D.H.C. Leg.- Cambodian Atrocities- International Relations, May 17, 1978
    • 18 H.R. 2393- D.H.C. Leg.- Electric Utility Regulation- Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Jan. 26, 1977
    • 19 H.R. 3136- D.H.C. Leg.- Natural Gas Supplies- Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Feb. 7, 1977
    • 20 H.R. 5508- D.H.C. Leg.- Saccharin- Interstate and Foreign Commerce, March 23, 1977
    • 21 H.R. 5688- D.H.C. Leg.- Saccharin- Interstate and Foreign Commerce, March 29, 1977
    • 22 H.R. 7094- D.H.C. Leg.- Electric Utility Regulation- Interstate and Foreign Commerce, May 11, 1977
    • 23 H.R. 10562- D.H.C. Leg.- Anti-locking Brakes Bill- Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Jan. 25, 1978
    • 24 H.R. 2309, 1977-78
    • 25 H.R. 3324- D.H.C. Leg.- Adoption of Alien Children- Judiciary Committee, Feb. 9, 1977
    • 26 H.R. 4822- D.H.C. Leg.- Add. Judges US Dist. Court- Judiciary Committee, March 10, 1977
    • 27 H.R. 7273- D.H.C. Leg.- Agency Rulemaking Bill- Judiciary Committee, May 18, 1977
    • 28 H.R. 7274, May 18, 1977
    • 29 H.R. 13030- D.H.C. Leg.- Relief of Lenore Prewitt- Judiciary Committee, June 7, 1977
    • 30 H.R. 7272, 1975-77
    • 31 H.R. 7273, 1977
    • 32 H.R. 4165, 1977
    • 33 H.R. 9333- D.H.C. Leg.- Construct Hydro. Plants- I&IA, Sept. 27, 1977
    • 34 H. Con. Res. 462- D.H.C. Leg.- Hansen Panama Canal Bill- Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Jan. 31, 1978
    • 35 H.R. 12805- D.H.C. Leg.- Joint Venture Bill- Merchant Marine and Fisheries, May 22, 1978
    • 36 H.R. 13292- D.H.C. Leg.- Klamath Fishing Bill-Merchant Marine and Fisheries, June 26, 1978
    • 37 H.R. 13340- D.H.C. Leg.- Foreign Fish Ventures Bill- Merchant Marine and Fisheries, June 29, 1978
    • 38 [Legislation- Loose Materials- Courts, Farmlands], 1977-78
    • 39 H.R. 12870- D.H.C. Leg.- 91st C.- Kings Range Conservation Area- Interior Committee, June, 15, 1969, 1967-70
    • 40 [King Range NCA], 1969-70
    • 41 H.R. 14023- D.H.C. Leg.- 90th C.- Establish Kings Range, 1967-70
    • 42 King Range Draft Legislation, 1970-81
    • 43 The King Range National Conservation Area, 1970
    • 44 King Range, 1962-78
    Box 54
    • 1-2 [Nuclear Power- Mendocino], 1969-70
    • 3 [PG&E- Mendocino Thermal Power Plant], 1971
    • 4 [Bilingual Education Program- Loose Materials], 1969
    • 5 [Public Works Committee], 1966
    • 6 Interior Committee- 91st C.- Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation, 1969-70
    • 7 Interior Committee- 91st C.- Subcommittee on Territorial and Insular Affairs [Alaska also], 1969-70
    • 8 Interior Committee- 91st C.- Correspondence with Committee Members, 1969
    • 9 Interior Committee- 91st C.- Subcommittee on Mines and Mining, 1969-70
    • 10 Interior Committee- 91st C.- Calif. Undersea Aqueduct, 1969-70
    • 11 Interior Committee- Grazing Fees/ Hearings, 1967-69
    • 12 Interior Committee- Symposium on Water Resource Development at Humboldt State College, 1969
    • 13 Voyageurs Nat'l. Park, 1970
    • 14 Sleeping Bear [Michigan], 1970
    • 15 D.H.C. Statement- Subcommittee on Public Lands- H.R. 12870, King Range Consv., 1969
    • 16 Interior Committee- 91st C.- Subcommittee on Public Lands, 1969-70
    • 17 Statement by John Gromala- Subcommittee on Public Lands- H.R. 12879, King Range, 1969
    Box 55
    • 1 Interior Committee- 91st C.- Subcommittee on National Parks and Recreation, 1969-70
    • 2 Interior Committee- 91st C.- Subcommittee on Indian Affairs [District Issues Included], 1969-70
    • 3 Interior Committee- Wild Rivers [District Issues], 1971
    • 4 Baskin Authority Documents, 1968-71
    • 5 Geothermal Leasing Program, 1971
    • 6 [Pacific Gas and Electric and PUC], 1971
    • 7 Interior Committee- Nuclear Power, 1972
    • 8 Interior Committee- Alaska Native Claims, 1971
    • 9 Interior Committee- Public Lands, 1971-72
    • 10 Interior Committee- Committee Notices, 1971
    • 11 Interior Committee- Wild Rivers, 1971-72
    • 12 Interior Committee- Mines and Mining, 1968-72
    • 13 Interior Committee- Parks and recreation Subcommittee, 1971-72
    Box 56
    • 1 Interior Committee- Parks and recreation Subcommittee #2, 1971-72
    • 2 Interior Committee- General, 1971
    • 3 Interior Committee- General (Cont'd), 1971
    • 4 Interior Committee- Administration, 1971-72
    • 5 Alaska Native Claims, 1972
    • 6 Big Cypress, 1972
    • 7 Big Thicket Nat'l Park, 1972
    • 8 Buffalo National river, 1972
    • 9 "Cairo"- Gun Boat, (?)
    • 10 Closed Basin, 1972
    • 11 Coki Point, St. Thomas V.I., 1972
    • 12 Covelo Land Grant, 1971-72
    • 13 Cumberland Island, 1971-72
    • 14 Kosiusko Home [Kosciuszko], 1971-72
    • 15 Land Use Planning, 1971
    • 16 Interstate and Foreign Commerce- General (Cont'd), 1971-72
    • 17 Judiciary Committee- General (Cont'd), 1971-72
    • 18 Interior Committee- Irrigation and reclamation, 1971-72
    • 19 Interior Committee- Committee Correspondence, 1971
    • 20 Interior Committee- Environment, 1971
    Box 57
    • 1 Interior Committee- Indian Affairs, 1971-72
    • 2 Interior Committee- Territorial and Insular Affairs, 1971-72
    • 3 Interior Committee- [Relating to Specific Tribes], 1971-72
    • 4 Interior Committee- Fed. Water Pollution Control, 1972
    • 5 Oregon Dunes National Seashore, 1971
    • 6 Pennsylvania Avenue, 1971-72
    • 7 Puukohola Heiau [Hawaii], 1971
    • 8 Rockefeller Parkway, 1972
    • 9 Saline Water, 1972
    • 10 Samoa Elections, 1971-72
    • 11 San Joaquin Wilderness, 1972
    • 12 Scapegoat Wilderness [Montana], 1971
    • 13 Strip Mining Legislation, 1971-72
    • 14 Territories Economic Development, 1971-72
    • 15 Territories Subcommittee, 1971
    • 16 Water Resources, 1972
    • 17 Mine Research, 1971-72
    • 18 Mining Reform, 1971-72
    • 19 Missouri River, 1971-72
    • 20 North Loup Division- Nebraska, 1971-72
    • 21 O'Neill Unit- Missouri River Basin- Nebraska, 1971-72
    • 22 Internal Security Comm.- General [Freedom Academy], 1965-72
    • 23 Interstate and Foreign Commerce- General, 1971-72
    • 24 Interstate and Foreign Commerce- No Fault Insurance, 1971-72
    Box 58
    • 1 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Water and Power Resources Committee, 1975-76
    • 2 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Indian Affairs Subcommittee, 1973-74
    • 3 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Irrigation and Reclamation Subcommittee, 1973
    • 4 Interior Committee- Irrigation Subcommittee- American Falls, 1973
    • 5 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Mines Subcommittee- Strip Mining, 1974
    • 6 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Mines and Mining Subcommittee, 1973-74
    • 7 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Parks and Recreation Subcommittee, 1972-74
    • 8 Interior Committee- Parks and recreation Subcommittee- Big Cypress, 1973
    • 9 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Parks and Recreation Subcommittee- Wild and Scenic Rivers, 1973-74
    • 10 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Parks and Recreation Subcommittee- Pigmy Forest, 1973-74
    • 11 Interior Committee- Parks and Recreation Subcommittee- Preservation, 1973
    • 12 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Parks and recreation Subcommittee- San Carlos Mineral Strip, 1973
    • 13 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Parks and Recreation Subcommittee- San Joaquin Wilderness, 1973
    • 14 Interior Comm., 1973
    • 15 Snake River, 1973-74
    • 16 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Public Lands Subcommittee, 1973-74
    • 17 Interior Committee- Public Lands Subcommittee- Alaska Pipeline, 1973-74
    • 18 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Public Lands Subcommittee- Forest Service Mining, 1973-74
    Box 59
    • 1-4 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Trust Territories Subcommittee, 1973-74
    • 5 [Territorial and Insular Affairs Subcommittee], 1975
    • 6 [Briefing Book- Mariana Islands], 1975
    • 7 Indiana Dunes, 1975
    • 8 Surface Mining- H.R. 25, 1975
    • 9 [Trust Territories of the Pacific Islands], 1974-76
    • 10 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Subcommittee on Envir. Land Use Planning, 1975
    • 11-12 [Alpine Lakes Wilderness Area- Loose Materials], 1975
    Box 60
    • 1 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- General- [District Issues], 1975-76
    • 2 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Administration, 1975-76
    • 3 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Minority Reports, 1975-76
    • 4 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Environment Subcommittee, 1975-76
    • 5 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Indian Affairs Subcommittee- [District Issues], 1975-76
    • 6 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Mines and Mining Subcommittee, 1975-76
    • 7 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- National Parks and Recreation Subcommittee, 1975-76
    • 8 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Energy and the Environment Subcommittee- Land Use Planning, 1975
    Box 61
    • 1-6 [Territorial and Insular Affairs- Loose Materials], 1975-76
    • 7 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Public Lands Subcommittee, 1975-76
    • 8 Death Valley Mining, 1975-76
    • 9 Alpine Lakes- [King Range- Few Items], 1975-76
    Box 62
    • 1 [Legislation- Payments in Lieu of Taxes], 1975-76
    • 2 [Public Lands- District Issues- Loose Materials], 1975-76
    • 3 [Public Lands- Loose Materials], 1976
    • 4 Highway Bill, 1978
    • 5 Surface Transportation- Highway Bill- Correspondence, 1978
    • 6 Highway Bill- Transbus Issue, 1977-78
    • 7 Public Works- Water Resource- General, 1977-78
    • 8 Water Resources Subcommittee- Ocean Discharge, 1977-78
    • 9 Public Works- Water Resources- Omnibus Water Resources Bill, 1978
    • 10 Public Works- Water Resources- Miami Conservancy, 1977
    • 11 Water Pollution Bill, H.R. 3199, 1977-78
    • 12 Public Works- Water Pollution Mark-up, 1977
    • 13 Public Works- Water Resources- Water Pollution- Legislative, 1977
    • 14 Water Resources- Water Pollution- Hearings, 1976-77
    • 15 Water Resources- Water Pollution- 404, 1977
    • 16 Dams*Dams*Dams, 1977
    • 17 Water Resources- De-authorizations, 1977
    • 18 Deep Water Ports, 1977
    • 19 Dredging Bill, 1977
    • 20 Water Resources- Drought, 1977
    • 21 Disaster Relief, 1977
    • 22 Lock and Dam 26, 1977
    • 23 Public Works- Water Resources- Oil Spill and Liability, 1977
    • 24 Port Caucus, 1977
    • 25 Water Resources- River Basin Hearings, 1977
    • 26 Fact Sheet- Garrison Diversion Project: North Dakota, 1977
    • 27 [United Nations Water Conference], 1977
    • 28 [D.H.C. Statements on Water Resources], 1977
    • 29-31 Projects: Lake Berryessa, 1976-78
    Box 63
    • 1 Lake Beryessa- Higginson Letters, 1977-78
    • 2 Noyo Harbor, 1976-78
    • 3 [King Salmon], 1978
    • 4 Redwood Valley Water Project, 1978-79
    • 5 Van Duzen Project, 1978
    • 6 [Sacramento River and Central Valley System], 1975-77
    • 7-10 Project: Warm Springs, 1977-78
    • 11-12 Projects: Warm Springs File #2, 1977-78
    • 13 Imported Sherry Tariffs, 1978
    • 14 Grand Cru' Vineyards- BATF, 1978
    • 15-17 Wine and BATF, 1977-79
    • 18 Redwood Regional Eco. Devel't. Comm., 1978
    • 19 D.H.C.'s Meeting About Legis. And Lottery in Eureka [Non-profit Organizations], 1978
    • 20 Banzhaf, Burt Forest Service [Mendocino National Forest Road ISN], 1978
    • 21 Winzler and Kelly/ College of the Redwoods [Bill B. Will Follow Up], (?)
    • 22 Gasquet- Orleans Road- Six Rivers National Park, 1978
    • 23-24 Project: Woodley Island, 1976-78
    Box 64
    • 1-2 [Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs- Subcommittee on Special Investigations], 1977
    • 3 Special Investigations- General [Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs], 1976-77
    • 4 [Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs- Subcommittee on Special Investigations- Alaska], 1977-78
    • 5 San Francisco Alaska Oil Hearings, 1978
    • 6-8 [Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs- Subcommittee on Special Investigations], 1978-79
    • 9 [Airline Service and Rural Communities- Loose Materials], 1978-79
    • 10 [Airline Deregulation and Small Communities], 1978-79
    • 11 Kemp. Roth, 1978-80
    • 12 [Interior and Insular Affairs- Alaska Pipeline], 1979
    • 13 [Warm Springs: Army Corps of Engineers], 1979
    • 14 New Melones Dam, 1979-80
    Box 65
    • 1 New Melones, 1979-80
    • 2 [Interior and Insular Affairs- Loose Materials], 1979
    • 3 [Interior and Insular Affairs- Mammoth- Mono- Loose Materials], 1979
    • 4 [Interior and Insular Affairs- Gasquet- Orleans Road- Loose Materials], 1979
    • 5-8 [Interior and Insular Affairs- RARE II- Loose Materials], 1978-79
    • 9 [Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs- Subcommittee on Special Investigations], 1978
    • 10 [Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs- Subcommittee on Special Investigations], 1978
    • 11 Special Investigations- Alaska Oil Pipeline, 1977-78
    Box 66
    • 1 National Parks Subcommittee- Wild and Scenic Rivers, 1980-81
    • 2 Hearings [RARE II], 1979
    • 3 California RARE II Hearings and Testimony, 1979
    • 4 Mines and Mining Subcommittee- Geothermal- 96th Congress, 1979
    • 5 Hearing on H.R. 4067- D.H.C. Testimony, July 28, 1981, 1979-81
    • 6 Committee Statements, Committee Report and Floor Statements [ Mines and Mining Subcommittee], 1979-81
    • 7 Amendment Proposed by Mr. Clausen [Geothermal], 1982
    • 8 GAO Report and Committee Letter to STAATS, 1979-81
    • 9 Mines and Mining, 1978-80
    Box 67
    • 1 [Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Loose Materials], 1980
    • 2 [Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Jessie Short Case], 1980
    • 3 Administrative- [Interior and Insular Affairs Committee], 1978-80
    • 4 Budget Information, 1979
    • 5 Committee Newsletters, 1979-80
    • 6 Committee Schedules- [Includes Background Information on Issues], 1979-80
    • 7 Indian Affairs, 1979-80
    • 8 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Klamath Fishing Bill/ Salmon, 1980
    • 9 I&IA- D.H.C. and Lagomarsino Letter to Andrus- New Melones, 1980
    • 10 Payments in Lieu of Taxes, 1980
    • 11 OCS- [Outer Continental Shelf], 1980
    • 12 I&IA- OCS Lease Sale #53, 1980
    • 13 Energy and Environment, 1979-80
    • 14 Energy and Environment- Nuclear Energy, 1979-80
    • 15 Nuclear Energy, 1979-80
    Box 68
    • 1 Water and Power Subcommittee- General, 1979-80
    • 2 NW Power, 1980
    • 3 Water and Power Subcommittee- H.R. 507- Buckhorn Dam [Trinity River], 1978-80
    • 4 Closure of Salmon Fisheries, 1980
    • 5 H.R. 6959- Salmon [Klamath River], 1980
    • 6 Klamath Fishing Issue [Yurok, Hoopa Matters], 1979-80
    • 7 Salmon Fishery Information (Huey Johnson), 1978-79
    • 8 [Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Mormon Trail], 1979
    Box 69
    • 1 I&IA- California Wild and Scenic Rivers, 1980
    • 2 National Parks and Insular Affairs, 1978-80
    • 3 National Parks and Insular Affairs- Concessions, 1978-79
    • 4 Public Lands- General, 1978-80
    • 5 Public Lands- RARE II, 1979-80
    • 6 Oversight and Special Investigations, 1979
    • 7 Special Investigations and Oversight- Iranian Oil, 1979
    • 8-10 [Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee], 1978-79
    • 11 Pacific Affairs, 1978-79
    • 12 Water and Power, 1979-80
    • 13 Water and Power Subcommittee- 160 Acre Limitation, 1979-80
    • 14 Water and Power Subcommittee- Water Resources Council, 1978-79
    • 15-16 [Water and Power- Loose Materials], 1978-80
    Box 70
    • 1 Full Committee- Indians, 1979-80
    • 2 Energy and Environment Subcommittee- Nuclear Power Info., 1979
    • 3 Energy and Environment Subcommittee- General, 1979-80
    • 4 Mines and Mining Subcommittee, 1979-80
    • 5 Coal Slurry Pipeline, 1977-79
    • 6 National Parks and Insular Affairs- General, 1978-80
    • 7 Oversight and Special Investigations- General, 1979
    • 8 Pacific Affairs Subcommittee- General, 1979
    • 9 Public Lands Subcommittee- General, 1979-80
    • 10 Public Lands Subcommittee- School Lands Bill, 1979
    • 11 Public Lands Subcommittee- Cow Mountain, 1979-80
    • 12 General Public Lands Info., 1979-80
    Box 71
    • 1 Indian Affairs and Public Lands- General, 1977-78
    • 2 Indian Affairs and Public Lands- Coal Slurry Pipelines, 1977-78
    • 3 Energy and Environment- General, 1977
    • 4 H.R. 1609- Coal Slurry, 1978
    • 5 Indian and Public Lands- Natural Gas Pipeline, 1977
    • 6 Indian Affairs and Public Lands- Rancherias, 1975-78
    • 7 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Indian Affairs and Public Lands- RARE II, 1978
    • 8 Indian Affairs and Public Lands- Siskiyou Wilderness, 1977-78
    • 9 [Subcommittee on National Parks and Insular Affairs- Jackson Hole], 1976-78
    • 10 Mines and Mining- General, 1977-78
    • 11 [National Parks and Insular Affairs- Loose Materials], 1978
    • 12 National Parks and Insular Affairs- General- [Redwood National Park Included], 1977-78
    • 13 National Parks and Insular Affairs- Boundary Waters Canoe, 1977
    • 14 National Parks and Insular Affairs- Territories, 1978
    • 15 Interior and Insular Affairs- National Parks and Insular Affairs- Mineral King, 1977-78
    • 16 Parks Omnibus Bill, 1978
    • 17 H.R. 4804- Park Transportation Bill, 1978
    • 18 [Legislation- H.R. 4788], 1979
Series: Press Relations/Media Activities
  • Sub series: Speeches

  • Box 72
    • 1 Photo Captions/ Jan.- March, 1977
    • 2 Photo Captions/ April- June, 1977
    • 3 Photo Captions, 1973-76
    • 4 Photo Captions, 1979
    • 5 [C.R.- Slow Flight in a Peace Offensive/ March 5, 1965
    • 6 Freedom Academy- "Helping Others"/ June 22, 1965
    • 7 Freedom Academy and Peace Corps- Floor Remarks/ July 29, 1965
    • 8 Cong. Record Excerpt- Chemical and Biological Weapons- Assemblyman Chas. J. Conrad/ May 5, 1965
    • 9 Foreign Aid Speech/ Dec. 16, 1963
    • 10 Statement of Don H. Clausen on Southeast Asia (Don't Use), 1965
    • 11 Foreign Aid Speech (Russia- Don't Use), Dec. 24, 1963
    • 12 Cuba Speech/ July 29, 1963
    • 13 Peace Corps Speech/ Nov. 13, 1963
    • 14 Cong. Record Remarks- Gold Cover/ Feb. 9, 1965
    • 15 (88-2) Federal Aid to Health Professions- H.R. 12, 1964
    • 16 Immigration Floor Remarks/ Aug. 25, 1965
    • 17 Civil Rights Speech/ Feb. 1, 1964
    • 18 Remarks in Record by Boss on Indians/ Dec. 17, 1963
    • 19 Indian Claim Payment/ Sept. 22, 1964
    • 20 Labor Statement/ Sept., 1964
    • 21 Public Land Laws/ March 10, 1964
    • 22 Cong. Record Excerpt- Medicare Statement/ April 8, 1965
    • 23 Summary of Medicare Bill, 1965
    • 24 Medicare Plans Analysis- 89th Congress, 1965
    • 25 (88-1) Statement on Medical Care, 1963
    • 26 On Medical Care For Our Senior Citizens, 1964
    • 27 D.H.C. Speech- Calif. Chamber of Commerce- "War on Poverty"/ Dec. 9, 1965
    • 28 Cong. Record Excerpt- Appalachia/ March 2, 1965
    • 29 Poverty Speech, 1965
    • 30 (88-2) Statement on Quality Stabilization, 1964
    • 31 Supreme Court Reapportionment, 1964
    • 32 Reapportionment/ Aug. 19, 1964
    • 33 (88-2) Reprint Jones Letter- 312- Dag Hammarskjold Redwood Grove/ Aug. 14, 1964
    • 34 International Exposition of Flight Prayer/ April 30, 1967
    • 35 Amend Social Security Act/ Aug. 21, 1964
    • 36 (88-2) Congressional Record Reprint- Social Security- 5% Across the Board- H.R. 11865/ July 29, 1964
    • 37 Social Security Amendment Statement, 1964
    • 38 Human Investment Act/ Jan. 3, 1966
    • 39 (89-1) Repeal of Excise Taxes Congressional Record/ June 22, 1965
    • 40 (88-2) Tax Statement, 1964
    • 41 Major Tax Overhaul, 1964
    • 42 (88-2) Interest Deductible Paid On Insurance Loans, 1964
    • 43 (88-2) Letter to Chairman Mills re: Tax Proposals Affecting Insurance, 1963
    • 44 Trade Negotiations/ April 28, 1964
    • 45 (88-2) C.R. Reprint on Rogers Television and Radio Bill; Commercials or Controls/ Feb. 27, 1964
    • 46 Veterans Hospital Closing, 1964
    • 47 (88-2) Water, 1963
    • 48 [Improving Or National Image- Speech], 1965
    • 49 (1.) Slow Flight in a Peace Offensive/ (2.) Commencement Folders/ June 6, 1967
    • 50 ["War in Vietnam"- Senate Republican Policy Committee], 1967
    • 51 Remarks for International Peace Speech (15 minutes), 1972
    • 52 Crime Speech (Santa Rosa Exchange Club)/ April, 1973
    • 53 (88-1) Congressional Record- Kennedy Eulogy Poem: Joyce Conley, Cres. City/ Dec. 5, 1963
    • 54 Antipoverty/ Aug. 7, 1964
    • 55 Federal Aid Highway Speech/ Aug. 2, 1965
    • 56 County Supervisor Speech on Secondary Highways/ Oct. 22, 1965
    • 57 Middle East Crisis/ June 6, 1967
    • 58 D.H.C. Statement on Postal and Federal Pay Raise/ Oct. 11, 1967
    • 59 D.H.C. Statement on Poverty Bill- House Floor/ Nov. 7, 1967
    • 60 Fish and Water Resources Testimony- Appropriations Committee/ March 8, 1966
    • 61 Civil Services Ret. And Benefits/ July 23, 1969
    • 62 Wiseman Day Dedication/ Aug. 17, 1968
    • 63 Air-Age Reprint/ Jan. 24, 1967
    • 64 Speech at 4-H Convention- Davis/ Aug. 22, 1967
    • 65 D.H.C. Floor Statement on Obscene Publications/ May 30, 1968
    • 66 AOPA 25th Birthday Message, (?)
    • 67 General Precision/ Link Group- Unveiling G.A.T./ April 24, 1967
    • 68 Transcript of Arthur Godfrey's Radio Pro.- "Dimension- "Flight Training" (?)
    • 69 Cong. Record Excerpt- NATA Speech w/o Technical Portion- Slow Flight Peace Offensive/ March 5, 1965
    • 70 AOPA Speech- "25 Years of Aviation Progress"/ May 10, 1964
    • 71 (88-1) Statement on Arcata Tower/ Feb., 1964
    • 72 FAA Arcata Tower Proposal Statement/ Feb. 13, 1964
    • 73 Arcata Flight Station/ April 9, 1964
    • 74 Arcata Flight Service Tower- Meeting with FAA Officials/ April 4, 1964
    • 75 [Leavitt, Bob of Crescent City- June 5], 1969
    • 76 Jameson, Sue- Eulogy/ June 4, 1970
    • 77 Eulogy- Don Falk/ Aug. 10, 1970
    • 78 Mel Bareilles- Champion of the Little Guy/ Jan. 28, 1969
    • 79 (88-2) Office Copies- Congressional Record Excerpts- "Clarence S. Lea Eulogies", June 22, 1964
    • 80 William J. Kerr Eulogy- Congressional Record/ July 9, 1965
    • 81 Justus F, Craemer Eulogy/ July 25, 1966
    • 82 Fred Haight Eulogy/ Feb. 24, 1966
    • 83 Cong. Record Excerpt- Fred Rosenburg Eulogy/ March 9, 1965
    • 84 Eulogies
    • 85 [Speech- Character and Nation Building Through Aviation], 1969
    • 86 Bob Leavitt Eulogy/ June 5, 1969
    • 87 Speeches, 1972
    • 88 [Speeches- Highways, and Back-up Materials], 1978
    • 89 D.H.C.- Publicity, 1964-69
    • 90 Clausen Speeches, 1962-64
    • 91 National Convention of the National Rivers and Harbors Congress- Speech in Congressional Record/ June 23, 1966
    • 92 Washington Report, 1967
    • 93 D.H.C. Speeches, 1967-68
    • 94 Speech File- Small Business Remarks to Lumber Group in New Orleans/ Nov., 1977
    • 95 Speech Files- Retired Off. Assn., S.R. (Not Used), 1978
    • 96 Speech File- America at the Crossroads- TROA- Santa Rosa/ May 19, 1978
    • 97 D.H.C. Water Mgmt. Remarks to REA North Coast Supvs/ April 20, 1978
    • 98 Assn of Metro Sewer Agencies- D.H.C. Remarks (G. Wood)/ March 22, 1978
    • 99 Water Management Assn. Of Ohio Capitol Hill Club/ March 22, 1978
    • 100 Speech- Water Pollution Control Speech/ Oct. 2, 1978
    • 101 National Guard Ball, Eureka/ Sept. 30, 1978
    • 102 Speech (Veteran's Mem. In S.R.)- A New Look at Services for Older Am./ Aug. 1978
    • 103 Speech- Mare Islands- Aug., 1978
    • 104 Speech to 20/30 Club- Taxes/ Aug., 1978
    • 105 Roast for Dud Moore/ June, 1978
    • 106 PG&E Luncheon Speech/ Feb. 10, 1978
    • 107 Mrs. Smith Speech/ Sept. 11, Nebraska, 1975-76
    • 108 Sonoma County Mayors and City Councils- Sebastopol/ July 8, 1976
    • 109 Rio Dell Freeway Dedication/ July 15, 1976
    • 110 Fourth of July Speeches, 1976
    • 111 Ukiah Bicentennial, 1976
    Box 73
    • 1 Speeches, 1978 (?)
    • 2 Ukiah Flag Day Remarks, June 6, 1976
    • 3 [Speeches] Memorial Day, 1976
    • 4 Speech File- D.H.C. Remarks to Truckers- Los Angles, May 1, 1978
    • 5 National Lumber Dealers Assn.- Mayflower, March 15, 1978
    • 6 Crime Speech- Humboldt, May 15, 1976
    • 7 Dedication of Redwood Research Lab, May 21, 1976
    • 8 Law Enforcement- Eureka, May 15, 1976
    • 9 New Citizens Day Remarks- May 11, 1976
    • 10 Lake County Chamber of Commerce, March 29, 1976
    • 11 Ukiah Bicentennial, March 28, 1976
    • 12 Del Norte Fund Raiser, Feb. 21, 1976
    • 13 Medical Association- Santa Rosa, Feb. 12, 1976
    • 14 Clausen Testimonial- Senator Randolph's Remarks, Feb. 16, 1976
    • 15 Redwood Empire Assn. Speech, Jan. 20, 1976
    • 16 Speech References- U.S. Navy 200th Anniversary, 1975
    • 17 Speech References- Coast Guard Groundbreaking- [Humboldt County], 1975
    • 18 Speech References- Chartered Life Underwriters, 1975
    • 19 November Trip to District, Nov. 20-025, 1975
    • 20 Speech References- College of the Redwoods, 1975
    • 21 Speech References- Arcata Swim Pool Dedication, Oct. 25, 1975
    • 22 Speech References- Republican Women's Club, Oct., 1975
    • 23 Speech- Ukiah Republican Women, March 24, 1978
    • 24 [C.R.- First World Aerospace Education Congress], Nov. 27, 1979
    • 25 [C.R.- A Peace Offensive], June 2, 1964
    • 26 [D.H.C. Speeches], 1980
    • 27 [D.H.C. Speeches], 1981
    • 28 [D.H.C. Speeches- Ca.], 1980-81
    • 29 [Speech Cards- Speech Notes- Energy], 1977-80 (?)
    • 30 [Speech- Energy Workshop], 1980
    • 31 [Speech Cards- Joke Cards],
    • 32 [Speech- Blackenburg Retirement], 1979
    • 33 [Speech- World Aerospace Education Congress], 1979
    • 34 [Speech-California Trucking Assn., Redwood Empire Unit, 1977-80
    • 35 [Speech- Heritage of Freedom], July 4, 1980
    • 36 [Speech Kaiser- Permanent Medical Center], (?)
    • 37 [Speech- South Fork High School Graduation], 1980
    • 38 [Speech- "Salmon Unlimited"- Klamath River], 1981

  • Sub series: News Releases - Some press release files have drafts of the release or background material.

  • Box 74
    • 1 Clausen- Press Releases (Original), 1963-64
    • 2 Copied Record Excerpts, 1963-64
    • 3 Press Releases, 1963
    • 4 Press Releases- Congressman Clausen, 1963-64
    • 5 Press Releases, 1964
    • 6 Press Releases- Congressman Clausen, 1965
    • 7 Press Releases, 1965
    • 8 Press Releases, 1966
    • 9 Press Releases, 1966
    • 10 Press Releases, 1967
    • 11 Press Releases, 1967
    • 12 Press Releases, 1968
    • 13 Press Releases, 1968
    Box 75
    • 1 Press Releases, 1969
    • 2 Press Releases, 1969
    • 3 Press Releases, 1970
    • 4 Press Releases, 1970
    • 5 Press Releases, 1971
    • 6 Press Releases, 1971
    • 7 Blue Lake Name Change by Telephone, Jan. 5, 1971
    • 8 Warm Springs/ Lake Sonoma Project, Sept. 27, 1971 & June, 1972
    • 9 Press Releases, 1972
    • 10 Press Releases, 1973
    • 11 Press Releases, 1974
    • 12 Press Releases, 1975
    • 13 Press Releases, 1976
    • 14 Press Releases, 1977
    • 15 Press Releases- 92nd Congress, 1967-72
    • 16 Congressional Record- Extn of Remarks, 1977-78
    • 17 Congressional Record: Extn- Inglenook Centennial, Jan., 1979
    • 18 Floor Statement- Opposition to Consumer Protection Agency, Feb. 7, 1978
    • 19 Congressional Record Reprint- Cross Country Kinetic Sculpture Race, Feb. 15, 1979
    • 20 Congressional Record Reprint- Re: Stan Anderson's Retirement, May 16, 1979
    • 21 Record Reprint- "Airborne Christian Soldiers", May 24, 1979
    • 22 Record Reprint- "It's Time to Blow the Whistle" [Energy], June 15, 1979
    • 23 Record Reprint- Clarence J. Vipond, June 20, 1979
    • 24 Congressional Record Reprint- Re: Synthetic Fuels, June 26, 1979
    • 25 Congressional Record Reprint- California Historical Society Speech, June 29, 1979
    • 26 C.R.- Ralph Shanks, July 31, 1979
    • 27 Congressional Record- California's Disabled Vet of the Year (Tony Coleman), Nov. 14, 1979
    • 28 Clausen Statements- Reprints Congressional Record, 1965
    • 29 Newsletters & Washington Report, Aug. 1963- May 1975
    • 30 Congressional Record Reprint- 18th Old Adobe Fiesta, Aug. 1, 1979
    • 31 [Media- Clippings, Speech Reprints- Loose Materials], 1964-78
    • 32 [Media- Congressional Record Reprints, Newsletters, Clippings], 1967-75
    • 33 [Media- Loose Materials], 1973-82
    • 34 [Remarks of D.H.C. on North Coast Water], 1966
    • 35 Prevent Cuts in Vets Benefits From Soc. Sec. Increase, Sept. 19, 1967
    • 36 Remarks of D.H.C. on Veteran's Day, Nov. 11, 1969
    • 37 Service Academy Nominations- News Release, Feb. 3, 1967
    • 38 Redwood Speech To Hoo Hoo Club- News Release, Feb. 16, 1967
    • 39 Highway Trust Fund Cutbacks- News Release, Feb. 20, 1967
    • 40 D.H.C. Ranking on Flood Control- News Release, Feb. 22, 1967
    • 41 D.H.C. Statement- Highway Cutback Hearings- News Release, March 3, 1967
    • 42 Redwood Regional Logging Conference- News Release, March 10, 1967
    • 43 D.H.C. Won't Introduce Administration Park- News Release, March 14, 1967
    • 44 Redwood Park Overshadows Pt. Reyes- News Release, March 20, 1967
    • 45 Clausen Release Redwood Park Map- News Release, April 12, 1967
    Box 76
    • 1 News Release on Creation of Desalination Plant in California, April 20, 1967
    • 2 News Release on George Rapin Testimony in Support of Redwood H.R. 7742, April 19, 1967
    • 3 News Release on National Home Ownership Act, April 20, 1967
    • 4 D.H.C. Statement on Floor in Support of De-Salinization Plant, April 20, 1967
    • 5 D.H.C. Introduces Meat Import Quota Bill- News Release, May 3, 1967
    • 6 D.H.C. Statement- Appro. Comm. Subcom. Pb. Works, May 4, 1967
    • 7 D.H.C. Testifies on Napa PW Projects- News Release, May 8, 1967
    • 8 D.H.C. Testifies on Marin Projects PW- News Release, May 8, 1967
    • 9 D.H.C. Supports Sonoma PW Projects- News Release, May 8, 1967
    • 10 D.H.C. Supports Mendocino PW Projects- News Release, May 10, 1967
    • 11 D.H.C. Supports Del Norte PW Projects- News Release, May 10, 1967
    • 12 D.H.C. Supports Humboldt PW Projects- News Release, May 10, 1967
    • 13 D.H.C. Lists Del Norte Academy Appts.- News Release, May 10, 1967
    • 14 D.H.C. Lists Sonoma Academy Appts.- News Release, May 10, 1967
    • 15 D.H.C. Lists Humboldt Academy Appts.- News Release, May 10, 1967
    • 16 D.H.C. Lists Marin Academy Appts.- May 10, 1967
    • 17 D.H.C. Lists Napa Academy Appts.- News Release, May 10, 1967
    • 18 D.H.C. Announces Dam Contract (Sonoma)- News Release, May 12, 1967
    • 19 D.H.C. Testimony on Flag Desecration Bill, May 17, 1967
    • 20 D.H.C. News Release- Marin County Naval Acad. App. Brad Closson, June 1, 1967
    • 21 D.H.C. Announces Senior Citizens Meeting- News Release, May 22, 1967
    • 22 D.H.C. Announces Academy Competition- News Release, May 26, 1967
    • 23 D.H.C. Says Economy Will Improve- News Release, June 2, 1967
    • 24 D.H.C. Blasts U Thant on Mid East Crisis- News Release, June 7, 1967
    • 25 A.C.A. Lauds D.H.C.- News Release, June 8, 1967
    • 26 D.H.C. Coauthors Anti Riot Bill- News Release, June 14, 1967
    • 27 D.H.C. Urges redwood Park Speedup- News Release, June 19, 1967
    • 28 D.H.C. Discusses Future Highway Needs- News Release, June 16, 1967
    • 29 D.H.C. Requests Explanation on Pulling UN Troops out of Middle East- News Release, June 8, 1967
    • 30 D.H.C. Requests Report From DOD on Use of Margarine- News Release, June 16, 1967
    • 31 D.H.C. Pays Tribute to Former Congressman Hubert Scudder- News Release, June 23, 2967
    • 32 D.H.C. Urges Hearings on Middle East- News Release, June 27, 1967
    • 33 D.H.C. Testifies on Flood Control Ins.- News Release, June 29, 1967
    • 34 D.H.C. Praises J.C. Womack on Retirement- News Release, June 30, 1967
    • 35 D.H.C. Announced He Will File Draft Reform Act- News Release, June 30, 1967
    • 36 D.H.C. Announces Contract Award to Schoomaker Co., Sausalito- News Release, July 7, 1967
    • 37 D.H.C. Announces Two Corps Grants- News Release, July 13, 1967
    • 38 D.H.C. Reports on Del Norte Projects- News Release, July 17, 1967
    • 39 D.H.C. Reports on Marin Projects- News Release, July 17, 1967
    • 40 D.H.C. Reports on Mendocino Projects- News Release, July 17, 1967
    • 41 D.H.C. Reports on Napa Projects- News Release, July 17, 1967
    • 42 D.H.C. Reports on Sonoma Projects- News Release, July 17, 1967
    • 43 D.H.C. Reports on Humboldt Projects- News Release, July 17, 1967
    • 44 D.H.C. Blasts Policy on Congo- News Release, July 19, 1967
    • 45 D.H.C. Says Establish Food Commission- News Release, July 19, 1967
    • 46 Comm. Approves Marin PW Projects- News Release, July 20, 1967
    • 47 Comm. Approves Napa PW Projects- News Release, July 20, 1967
    • 48 Comm. Approves Humboldt PW Projects- News Release, July 20, 1967
    • 49 Comm. Approves Son. & Mend. PW Projects, July 20, 1967
    • 50 D.H.C. Supports Anti Riot Legislation- News Release, July 20, 2967
    • 51 D.H.C. Calls for Riot Investigation- News Release, July 27, 1967
    • 52 D.H.C. Urges Aircraft Use in Fires- News Release, Aug. 2, 1967
    • 53 D.H.C. Testifies on Percy Bill, Aug. 4, 1967
    • 54 D.H.C. Deplores Riots, Aug. 4, 1967
    • 55 Airport Crisis, Aug. 9, 1967
    • 56 D.H.C. Tells 4-H Convention of Food Problem, Aug. 22, 1967
    • 57 Newsletter, Aug. 1967
    • 58 Questionnaire, Aug., 1967
    • 59 D.H.C. Asks Butler Valley Speedup- News Release, Sept. 1, 1967
    • 60 D.H.C. Waives Cuts in VA Benefits: Bill, Aug. 24, 1967
    • 61 D.H.C. Announces Southern Calif. Water Plan, Aug. 25, 1967
    • 62 D.H.C. Protests Lack of M-16 Cleaning Rods, Aug. 31, 1967
    • 63 D.H.C. on King Range and Muir Woods- News Release, Sept. 22, 1967
    • 64 D.H.C. Likes Economic Outlook- News Release, Sept. 27, 1967
    • 65 D.H.C. Gets Alpha Eta Rho Award- News Release, Sept. 30, 1967
    • 66 D.H.C. Supports Flood Insurance- News Release, Oct. 2, 1967
    • 67 D.H.C. Wants Limit on Textile Imports- News Release, Oct. 9. 1967
    • 68 D.H.C. Intro. Of Food Supplement Bill- News Release, Oct. 11, 1967
    • 69 D.H.C. Doesn't Like Protesters- News Release, Oct. 19, 1967
    • 70 D.H.C. on Danish Television Program- News Release, Oct. 25, 1967
    • 71 Flood Insurance Legislation Passes- News Release, Nov. 3, 1967
    • 72 D.H.C. Gives Views on Poverty Bill- News Release, Nov. 7, 1967
    • 73 D.H.C. Asks Bolinas Erosion Study- News Release, Sept. 15, 1967
    • 74 D.H.C. Hits on Cleaning Rods- News Releases, Sept. 19, 1967
    • 75 D.H.C. Reports on House Approval of Public Works Projects- News Release, Nov. 10, 1967
    • 76 D.H.C. Introduces Kings Range- News Release, Nov. 15, 1967
    • 77 Clausen Announces Results of Questionnaire, Dec. 13, 1967
    • 78 Tabulated Results of 1967 Questionnaire, 1967
    • 79 D.H.C. Blames Congress For Not Checking Extremism, Dec. 19, 1967
    • 80 VA Pension Protection Bill Passes House, Dec. 20, 1967
    • 81 D.H.C. Newsletter- 1st Session Wrap-up, Dec., 1967
    • 82 D.H.C. on Census Bureau Proposals For 1970 Census, Jan. 23, 1968
    • 83 D.H.C. Announces Trip to Australia, Jan.23, 1968
    • 84 D.H.C. 1968 Nominees to Academies, Feb. 9, 1968
    • 85 D.H.C. Newsletter- Del Norte County, Feb. 1, 1968
    • 86 D.H.C. Newsletter- Marin County, Feb. 1, 1968
    • 87 D.H.C. Announces for Re-election, March 8, 1968
    • 88 D.H.C. Calls for Review of Vietnam War Policy, March 18, 1968
    • 89 D.H.C. Announces Introduction of Legislation RE Withholding of Highway Trust Funds, March 25, 1968
    • 90 D.H.C. Announces New Laws on Mailing of "Smut" Literature, March 27, 1968
    • 91 D.H.C. Announces Academy Appointments, May 6, 1968
    • 92 D.H.C. Nixon Showing in Indiana Primary, May 8, 1968
    • 93 D.H.C. Statement Before Education and Labor Comm., May 16, 1968
    • 94 D.H.C. Calls for Reasonable Redwood National Park, May 20, 1968
    • 95 D.H.C. Memorial Day Remarks Press Release, May 30, 1968
    • 96 D.H.C. Stars in Congressional Ball Game, May 22, 1968
    • 97 D.H.C. Guest Editorial- Death of Senator Kennedy, June 6, 1968
    • 98 D.H.C. Announces Bill to Create Joint Committee to Deal With Citizens Grievances, June 4, 1968
    • 99 News Release Dos Rios Project, June 22, 1968
    • 100 D.H.C. Announces Approval of Impacted Area Funds, June 12, 1968
    • 101 D.H.C. Introduces Decentralization Plan, June 18, 1968
    • 102 D.H.C. Reports on Del Norte Projects, June 19, 1968
    • 103 D.H.C. Reports on Humboldt Projects, June 19, 1968
    • 104 D.H.C. Reports on Napa Projects, June 19, 1968
    • 105 D.H.C. Reports on Sonoma Projects, June 19, 1968
    • 106 D.H.C. Reports on Marin Projects, June 19, 1968
    • 107 D.H.C. Reports on Mendocino Projects, June 19, 1968
    • 108 Release on $22 Billion Highway Bill- Times Standard, June 20, 1968
    • 109 Statement by D.H.C. on Redwood Park Subcommittee Action, June 25, 1968
    • 110 Redwood Park Bill on House Floor, July 15, 1968
    • 111 D.H.C. Announces Hearings on Dos Rios Dam, July 15, 1968
    • 112 D.H.C. Announces Final Passage of Flood Insurance in Housing Bill, July 22, 1968
    • 113 D.H.C. Announces Passage of Vocational Education Act, July 17, 1968
    • 114 D.H.C. Introduces Log Export Bill, July 24, 1968
    • 115 D.H.C. Speech on Pueblo, Aug. 1, 1968
    • 116 D.H.C. on Withholding Impacted Areas Funds, Aug. 6, 1968
    • 117 D.H.C. Announces Phase In/ Phase Out is Catching On, Sept. 6, 1968
    • 118 D.H.C. Announces Final Passage of Dolly McCovey Bill, Sept. 13, 1968
    • 119 Story on Dad's Camp RE Redwood Park Bill, Sept. 16, 1968
    • 120 D.H.C. Announces Plan to Push Land Acquisition at Pt. Reyes, Sept. 19, 1968
    • 121 D.H.C. Announces Log Export Bill Clears the Congress, Sept. 19, 1968
    • 122 D.H.C. Announces Air Line Service to Santa Rosa, Oct. 5, 1968
    • 123 D.H.C. Endorsed By Senior Citizens, Oct. 5, 1968
    • 124 D.H.C. Announces Progress on Decentralization Bill, Oct. 8, 1968
    • 125 Drunk Driver Research, July 4, 1971
    • 126 D.H.C. Calls for Strong Effort to Stem Flow of Drugs, July 21, 1971
    • 127 Clausen Introduces Bill to Ban Sale of Lists by Federal Agencies, July 21, 1971
    • 128 Press Release- Clausen Sees New Opportunities for Rural America, July 23, 1971
    • 129 D.H.C. Highway Proposal Being Tried, Sept. 15, 1971
    • 130 Clausen Warns of Impending War in Mid East, Aug. 8, 1971
    • 131 News Release- Clausen Introduces New Bill to Aid Small Business, Aug. 10, 1971
    • 132 Booster Newsletter No. 3-71, Sept., 1971
    • 133 D.H.C. Introduces Anti-busing Bill, Sept. 24, 1971
    • 134 Sea Grant Funds, Oct. 6, 1971
    • 135 D.H.C. Assails U.N. Vote, Oct. 28, 1971
    • 136 Urging Action on Legislation to Assist Rural Development, Nov. 1, 1971
    • 137 D.H.C. Announces Staff Change, Nov. 1, 1971
    • 138 D.H.C. Asks Halt to Amchitka Bomb Test, Nov. 4, 1971
    • 139 D.H.C. & Finch to Visit Ecuador, Nov. 15, 1971
    • 140 Marine Mammal Protection Act, Dec. 6, 1971
    • 141 D.H.C. Requests Donated Christmas Trees Be Sent…, Dec. 14, 1971
    • 142 D.H.C. Urges Improved Highway Safety Program, Dec. 17, 1971
    • 143 "Operation Christmas" Successful D.H.C. Says, Dec. 27, 1971
    • 144 D.H.C. Announces Grant Contract Award, Jan. 7, 1972
    • 145 Press Releases, 1972
    • 146 West Coast Dock Strike, Jan. 20, 1972
    • 147 Clausen to Attend Hearings In Georgia, Jan. 21, 1972
    • 148 Clausen Renews Fight For 200-Mile Fishing Limit, Feb. 1, 1972
    • 149 Park Headquarters Construction Slated…Feb. , Feb. 4
    • 150 Clausen Sees Cheap Energy Ending, Feb. 19, 1972
    • 151 Clausen Praised National Park System, March 1, 1972
    • 152 Land Transferred for R.N.P. Headquarters, March 6, 1972
    • 153 Clausen Requests Inc. Manpower for Predator Control, March 16, 1972
    • 154 Clausen Named to "Trees for People" Task Force, March 22, 1972
    • 155 Tour of Lake Berryessa, March 22, 1972
    • 156 Clausen Urges Reforestation Program, March 27, 1972
    • 157 Improvements for Sonoma County Airport, March 29, 1972
    • 158 Clausen Reports on Fuel and Energy Crisis, April 10, 1972
    • 159 Clausen Reports on Energy Crisis Hearings, April 11, 1972
    • 160 Clausen Reports on 3rd Day of Energy Hearings, April 12, 1972
    • 161 Clausen Reports on 4th Day of Energy Hearings, April 13, 1972
    • 162 Energy Crisis Hearings "Heat Up", April 14, 1972
    • 163 Clausen Continues Reports on Energy Hearings, April 17, 1972
    • 164 Energy Crisis Hearings Continue, April 18, 1972
    • 165 Clausen Recommends Continued Co. Management of Berryessa, April 20, 1972
    • 166 Clausen Announces Clear Lake Aeration Project, April 26, 1972
    • 167 White House Commission on Pornography, 1970
    • 168 Petaluma Constitution Week Observance, Sept. 2, 1971
    • 169 Hurricane Preparedness Conference, May 3, 1972
    • 170 Bill to Accelerate the Reforestation of Public Lands, May 6, 1972
    • 171 Humboldt and Del Norte Co. are Declared National Disaster Area, (?)
    • 172 Marketing Orders for Pears, May 8, 1972
    • 173 Clausen Announces Public Works Appropriations Request, May 9, 1972
    • 174 Clausen Announces PW Appropriations Request, May 9, 1972
    • 175 Clausen Introduces Legislation to Est. Snow Mountain Wilderness Area, May 17, 1972
    • 176 Multiple Sclerosis, May 19, 1972
    • 177 Clausen Supports Nuclear Plant at Pt. Arena, May 26, 1972
    • 178 Clausen Receives Tax Reform Award, May 30, 1972
    • 179 Summer Newsletter, 1972
    • 180 Clausen Reports $50,000 for Humboldt Bay, June, 1972
    • 181 The Story of Kyong Ok Goodwin, June, 1972
    • 182 Statement on Nixon's Announcement to Mine Harbors in North Vietnam, June 1972
    • 183 Clausen Calls for New Look at Eel Problems, June 1, 1972
    • 184 Clausen Announces Redwood Research Lab, June 8, 1972
    • 185 Forestry Incentives Programs, June 13, 1972
    • 186 Clausen Announces Student Housing Grant, June 15, 1972
    • 187 Clausen Forms Educational Advisory Committee, July, 1972
    • 188 Clausen Announces Air Pollution Control Grant, July 10, 1972
    • 189 Clausen Announces Construction Grant; Hoopa Valley Indian Res., July 11, 1972
    • 190 Bobby Lee Hunter, July 14, 1972
    • 191 Clausen Urges USCG Helicopter Unit; July 19, 1972
    • 192 Nation's Dams to be Inspected Bill Clears House Committee, July 20, 1972
    • 193 D.H.C./ Free Postage for Disaster Areas, July 27, 1972
    • 194 D.H.C. Views Mail on POW/MIA, July 28, 1972
    • 195 Service Academies, Aug. 2, 1972
    • 196 $1.2 Million for Mendocino City Water System, Aug. 4, 1972
    • 197 D.H.C. Endorses Nixon's Proposal on Ceiling on Fed. Spending, Aug. 10, 1972
    • 198 D.H.C. With Willy Mays, Aug. 14, 1972
    • 199 Clausen Introduces Newcastle Bill, Aug. 18, 1972
    • 200 "Slugger Don" Stars Again, Aug. 21, 1972
    • 201 Labor Day Message, 1972
    • 202 Veterans for Clausen Committee Organized, Sept. 5, 1972
    • 203 Clausen Announces Agreement on Water Pollution Bill, Sept. 17, 1972
    • 204 Lake Queens Visit Washington, Sept. 17, 1972
    • 205 President Nixon Signs Clausen Tree Bill, Sept. 21, 1972
    • 206 Reprint of Field and Stream Ratings, Sept. 25, 1972
    • 207 Clausen and Pelly Map Fish Strategy, Oct. 5, 1972
    • 208 Luther Burbank National Historic Site, Legislation Introduced, Oct. 14, 1972
    • 209 Clausen Hails Senate Passage of Spending Limit Bill, Oct. 14, 1972
    • 210 Spirit of '76 Foundation, Clausen to Serve on Advisory Board, Oct. 25, 1972
    • 211 Congressman Clausen Responds to the Nader Report, Oct. 25, 1972
    • 212 D.H.C. on Federal Spending in District, Nov. 3, 1972
    • 213 Hud Grant for Community Center on Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation, Nov. 28, 1972
    • 214 Solid Waste Planning Grant, Nov. 29, 1972
    • 215 Clausen Announces Revenue Sharing Payments, Napa County, Dec. 8, 1972
    • 216 Clausen Announces Revenue Sharing Payments, Mendocino, Dec. 8. 1972
    • 217 Clausen Announces Revenue Sharing Payments, Lake, Dec. 8, 1972
    • 218 Clausen Announces Revenue Sharing Payments, Sonoma, Dec. 8, 1972
    • 219 Clausen Announces Revenue Sharing Payments, Del Norte, Dec. 8, 1972
    • 220 Clausen Announces Revenue Sharing Payments, Humboldt, Dec. 8, 1972
    • 221 "Congress Givith and Congress Taketh Away"- Washington Report, Jan. 1973
    • 222 Bill Introduced to Establish Luther Burbank Nat. Historic Site, Jan. 3, 1973
    • 223 Bill Introduced to Establish 200-mile Marine Conservation Zone, Jan. 10, 1973
    • 224 Clausen Calls for Unity and a New Start, Jan. 24, 1973
    • 225 Bill Re-introduced to Establish Snow Mountains Wilderness Area, Jan. 24, 1973
    • 226 Clausen to Nominate Brother and Sister to Academy, Jan. 25, 1973
    • 227 Humboldt Makes Coast Guard List for Helicopter Unit, Jan. 26, 1973
    • 228 Clausen Re-introduces Bill to Reduce Air Fares for Elderly, Jan. 31, 1973
    • 229 Congress and the Senior Citizen- Washington Report, Feb. 1973
    • 230 Holgersen Appointed to West Point, Feb. 1, 1973
    • 231 Clausen Introduces Bill to Extended Period of F.C.C. License Renewal, Feb. 1, 1973
    • 232 Clausen Raps Administration on Housing, Feb. 2, 1973
    • 233 Clausen Introduces Legislation to Authorize Federal Funds for D-Q Univ., Feb. 7, 1973
    • 234 Booster Newsletter, #1-73, March. 15, 1973
    • 235 Log Exports Special Order, March 19, 1973
    Box 77
    • 1 Washington Report (Federal Highway Trust Fund), April, 1973
    • 2 "The Watergate Scandal"- Washington Report, April, 1973
    • 3 Alan P. Ostenburg Appointed to U.S. Air Force Academy, April 13, 1973
    • 4 Clausen Reports on '73 Highway Bill, April 13, 1973
    • 5 Thomas M. Burke Appointed to U.S. Air Force Academy, April 19, 1973
    • 6 Walter Mark Lafraconi Appointed to U.S. Naval Academy, April 25, 1973
    • 7 Petaluma Plan Popular in Virginia, May 2, 1973
    • 8 Jeffrey S. Worsham (Santa Rosa) and Martin J. Pozzi (Petaluma) Appointed to Service Academies, May 7, 1973
    • 9 Clausen Seeks Aid for Independent Gas Stations, May 7, 1973
    • 10 Clausen Investigates North Coast Mail Service, Feb. 22, 1973
    • 11 Toll-Free Job Info. Available, Feb. 28, 1973
    • 12 Clausen Introduces Legislation to Encourage Reforestation, March 2, 1973
    • 13 Clausen Introduces Legislation to Create 2nd National Conservation Area, March 6, 1973
    • 14 Clausen Introduces Postal Standards Bill, March 20, 1973
    • 15 Christopher L. Stathos Appointed to U.S. Naval Academy, March 23, 1973
    • 16 Clausen Bill Authorizes $10 million For Construction of Bike Trails, March 27, 1973
    • 17 Clausen Introduces Legislation Reducing Costs of NATO, March 29, 1973
    • 18 Gary A. Boothe Appointed to U.S. Air Force Academy, March 29, 1973
    • 19 Clausen Hails Passage of Oil Pollution Act of 1973, May 8, 1973
    • 20 David E. Anselmi Appointed to West Point, May 15, 1973
    • 21 Clausen Directs Attention to Flight of Vietnam Vets, May 21, 1973
    • 22 Remarks to Napa County Lincoln Day Dinner, May 24, 1973
    • 23 Douglas A. Banker Appointed to U.S. Air Force Academy, May 25, 1973
    • 24 Clausen Introduces Legislation to Restore Traditional Dates of Memorial and Vet. Days, May 30, 1973
    • 25 "The War-Making Powers of Congress"- Washington Report, May, 1973
    • 26 Water Resources Subcommittee Asks Corps of Engineers to Explain $39 million Cost Jump on 4-mile Run Project, June 5, 1973
    • 27 Clausen Blasts EPA on Lakes Study, June 7, 1973
    • 28 Clausen Introduces 2 Bills Aimed at Reduces Tax Burdens for Small Businesses, June 14, 1973
    • 29 Clausen Announces National Bicycle Program Included in Fed. Highway Act, June 18, 1973
    • 30 FHA Approved Additional $12,000 Loan to Complete Ferndale Sewer System, June 20, 1973
    • 31 House Conferees Reject Senate Proposal to Divert Highway Trust Fund Monies, June 21, 1973
    • 32 Clausen Urges Nixon to Impose Fuel Allocations, June 24, 1973
    • 33 Clausen Reports on Clear Lake, June 29, 1973
    • 34 Clausen Proposes Increasing Fed. Share of Fishery and Wildlife Program, July 19, 1973
    • 35 Clausen Announces New Student Grants, July 1973
    • 36 Sonoma County People for Econ. Opportunity Awarded a $55,000 "Basic Homes Program", July, 1973
    • 37 Contract Award to Construct Santa Rosa Federal Building, July 1973
    • 38 "Congressman as Ombudsmen"- Washington Report, July 1973
    • 39 Clausen Opposes Congressional Pay Hike, July 17, 1973
    • 40 Legislation Proposed to Help Small Businesses Meet OSHA Regs., July 18, 1973
    • 41 Clausen Announces Poll Results, July 18, 1973
    • 42 Booster Newsletter #2-73, July 19, 1973
    • 43 Congress Approves $1 million for Search and Rescue Facility in Humboldt County, Aug. 6, 1973
    • 44 Clausen Supports Equal Credit for Woman, Aug. 8, 1973
    • 45 Quotes Re: The News Media's Treatment of Watergate, (?)
    • 46 Clausen Cosigns Letter to D.O.D. Asking for Clarification of MIA Policies, Aug. 13, 1973
    • 47 Clausen Blasts UN Aid to North Vietnam, Aug. 20, 1973
    • 48 Military Retirees Not Taking Advantage of Survivor Benefit Plan, Aug. 30, 1973
    • 49 Clausen Asks Attorney General to Investigate Border Patrol Activities, Sept. 7, 1973
    • 50 Wristwrestling Comes to Capitol Hill, Sept. 19, 1973
    • 51 Clausen Measures Gain Control, Sept. 20, 1973
    • 52 Clausen on Mandatory Fuel Allocation, Sept. 28, 1973
    • 53 "Congress and Health Care"- Washington Report, Sept., 1973
    • 54 Statement on Agnew Resignation, Oct. 10, 1973
    • 55 Clausen Introduces Bill to Prevent Use of S.S. # as Standard Universal Identifier, Oct. 15, 1973
    • 56 Statement of Congressman Don Clausen on the Butler Valley- Blue Lake Project, Oct. 18, 1973
    • 57 Clausen Offers Political Espionage Bill, Oct. 23, 1973
    • 58 Clausen Reports on Border Patrol Investigation, Oct. 30, 1973
    • 59 Clausen Opens a Full-time Office in Eureka, Nov. 15, 1973
    • 60 "To Impeach, Or Not To Impeach"- Washington Report, Nov., 1973
    • 61 Clausen Hits EPA Parking Regulations, Dec. 4, 1973
    • 62 Clausen Calls for Solar Energy Research, Nov. 15, 1973
    • 63 Clausen Calls for Action on Legislation Creating a 200-mile Marine Resources Conservation Zone, Dec. 13, 1973
    • 64 "What the People Told Me"- Washington Report, Jan. 1974
    • 65 Robert J. Westburg Appointed to U.S. Naval Academy, Jan. 28, 1974
    • 66 Wrong Clausen Cited on Senior Citizen Survey, Jan. 28, 1974
    • 67 $1.5 million For Eel River Basin, Jan. 30, 1974
    • 68 Conference Comm. Reaches Agreement on Fish Hatchery at Warm Springs Project, Jan. 31, 1974
    • 69 Conference Comm. Reaches Agreement on Use of Non-structural Alternatives to Prevent Flood Damage, Jan. 31, 1974
    • 70 Clausen Reports on SSI Program, Jan. 31, 1974
    • 71 Clausen Seeks Solution to North Coast Fuel Problems, Jan. 1974
    • 72 Clausen Calls for Summer Fuel Planning, Feb. 1, 1974
    • 73 Clausen Announces $13.5 million for Warm Spring Project, Feb.4, 1974
    • 74 Clausen Announces $455,000 for King Range Acquisition, Feb. 4, 1974
    • 75 Clausen Against Congressional Pay Raise, Feb. 8, 1974
    • 76 Clausen Urges Saudis to Lift Oil Embargo, Feb. 10, 1974
    • 77 Clausen: Oil Companies Must Supply '72 Customers, Feb. 14, 1974
    • 78 Clausen Hits Oil Companies on Allocations, Feb. 17, 1974
    • 79 Clausen Seeks Reduction in Propane Prices, Feb. 21, 1974
    • 80 Statement of D.H.C. Announcing Candidacy for Re-election, Feb. 22, 1974
    • 81 Clausen Calls for "Odd-Even" Fuel Plan In California, Feb. 25, 1974
    • 82 Clausen Introduces Bill for GAO Study of Federal Reporting Requirements, Feb. 27, 2974
    • 83 Clausen Announces Appointment of Michael E. McCaffrey to U.S. Naval Academy, Feb. 27, 1974
    • 84 Clausen Calls for New Fuel Policies, Feb. 28, 1974
    • 85 Clausen: More Fuel Coming, March 6, 1974
    • 86 Federal Policy on Berryessa Set, March 7, 1974
    • 87 Clausen Announces Appointment of Russell Quirici to U.S. Military Academy, March 14, 1974
    • 88 Clausen Meets With Simon Fuel Problems, March 18, 1974
    • 89 Garberville, Calif., Marks 100 Years- Cong. Record Reprint, March 20, 1974
    • 90 Melvin F. "Dutch" Flohr, Santa Rosa Police Chief, Retires- Cong. Record Reprint, April 9, 1974
    • 91 Booster Newsletter, April 11, 1974
    • 92 Clausen Recommends Carney J. Campion for F.E.O. Advisory Committee, May 6, 1974
    • 93 Clausen Urges Support for Redwood Valley Water Project, May 7, 1974
    • 94 Clausen Predicts Extension of Vets' Educational Benefits, May 15, 1974
    • 95 Academy Appointments, 1974
    • 96 Clausen Announces That House Public Works Comm. Voted 2-Year Extension for Econ. Development Admin., June 3, 1974
    • 97 Clausen Demands Protection for North Coast Fishermen, June 10, 1974
    • 98 "Should the President Resign?"- Washington Report, June, 1974
    • 99 Kissinger Letter, June 24, 1974
    • 100 Clausen Announces Poll Results, June 17, 1974
    • 101 Clausen Economic Development Measure Approved, June 27, 1974
    • 102 Clausen: Forest Highways Funding Retained, June 27, 1974
    • 103 Clausen Urges Unleaded Gas Information and Assistance, July 1, 1974
    • 104 William E. Stodart, July 16, 1974
    • 105 Statement by Ambassador John Stevenson- Law of the Sea Conf., July 11, 1974
    • 106 House Approves Funding for Golden Gate Rec. Area, July 24, 1974
    • 107 Praise for Sec. Simon, Dec. 17, 1974
    • 108 D.H.C. Announces Log Export Ban, July 24, 1974
    • 109 House Approves Loan Aid For Fisheries, Aug. 1, 1974
    • 110 D.H.C.'s Veteran's Pension Bill, Aug. 9, 1974
    • 111 Clausen Comments on Nixon Resignation, Aug. 9, 1974
    • 112 D.H.C. Sponsors Solar Energy Measure, Aug. 15, 1974
    • 113 Clausen Names Portugal, Aug. 19, 1974
    • 114 D.H.C. Announces Support to Modify Land and Water Conservation Fund, Aug. 19, 1974
    • 115 Prohibit Taxes on Student Loans, Sept. 20, 1974
    • 116 Statement by D.H.C. to President Ford at Conference on Inflation, Sept. 27, 1974
    • 117 Urging Application to Service Academies, Sept. 30, 1974
    • 118 Air Carriers Bill Introduced, Oct. 3, 1974
    • 119 Tax Exclusion Bill Acted On, Oct. 8, 1974
    • 120 D.H.C.'s Response to Ford's Economic Message, Oct. 9, 1974
    • 121 Clausen Meets With Ford on 200-mile Limit Bill, Oct. 11, 1974
    • 122 D.H.C. News Release on Committee Reorganization, (?)
    • 123 D.H.C. Endorsed by Americans for Constitutional Action, Oct. 31, 1974
    • 124 House Passes Indian Review Commission, Nov. 21, 1974
    • 125 Privacy Bill Passed, Nov. 22, 1974
    • 126 Investigate Sugar Prices, Nov. 27, 1974
    • 127 D.H.C. Predicts Housing Growth, Dec. 20, 1974
    • 128 Press Release- D.H.C. Re-introduces 200-mile Limit Bill, Jan. 14, 1975
    • 129 News Release- Tax Free Interest on Saving Accts., Jan. 14, 1975
    • 130 Jerry Hedden Appointment to U.S.N.A., Jan. 17, 1975
    • 131 News Release- National Conser. Area Ca. Desert, Jan. 23, 1975
    • 132 News Release- National Aquaculture Dev. Act, Jan. 22, 1975
    • 133 News Release- Elk Hills, Jan. 27, 1975
    • 134 News Release- Telegram of Humboldt Logging Per., Jan. 30, 1975
    • 135 D.H.C.'s February Report, Feb. 2, 1975
    • 136 News Release- Legislation to Save Energy and Reduce Costs, Feb. 7, 1975
    • 137 News Release- No Vote on the Tariff, Feb. 5, 1975
    • 138 News Release- Giacomini Neighbors Meet in N.Y.C. Congress, Feb. 8, 1975
    • 139 News Release- VCIP Reps Visit Clausen, Feb. 8, 1975
    • 140 News Release- Committee Appointments and Subcommittee Appointments, Feb. 21, 1975
    • 141 News Release- Clean Water Legislation (Clev.-Wrt.), Feb. 21, 1975
    • 142 News Release- Women to Academies, Feb. 26, 1975
    • 143 News Release- Days of Meaning (Vet. And Mem. Days), Feb. 27, 1975
    • 144 News Release- Humboldt State- Forestry Resh. Const., Feb. 27, 1975
    • 145 News Release- The $2 billion Released by Ford, March 3, 1975
    • 146 News Release- Clausen Blasts Expanded Redwood Park Proposal, March 6, 1975
    • 147 News Release- Jerry Pettis Release, March 6, 1975
    • 148 News Release- D.A.V. Van Stops, March 11, 1975
    • 149 News Release- 200-mile Zone Testimony, arch 14, 1975
    • 150 News Release- Oil and Gas Prospects for No. Ca., March 19, 1975
    • 151 News Release- Clausen Sponsors Adoption Aid, March 21, 1975
    • 152 News Release- Clausen's Election Reform Bill, March 21, 1975
    • 153 News Release- RS Honesty Bills, March 28, 1975
    • 154 News Release- Highway Projects Announcement, March 21, 1975
    • 155 News Release- Snow Mountain Bills, April 1, 1975
    • 156 News Release- Clausen Slams Bureaucracy, April 11, 1975
    • 157 News Release- Clausen Bill Passes House, April 11, 1975
    • 158 News Release- Public Works Hearings $5 Bill, April 15, 1975
    • 159 News Release- Clausen's Letter to the Pres., April 25, 1975
    • 160 News Release- Clausen Testimony/ Appro., April 29, 1975
    • 161 News Release- Washington Report, May, 1975
    • 162 News Release- Loans to Dairy Ranchers, May 1, 1975
    • 163 News Release- Clausen Meets Simon, May 10, 1975
    • 164 Clausen Visits NATO, May 21, 1975
    • 165 Clausen Public Works Bill Passes House, May 22, 1975
    • 166 License Renewal- FCC Legislation, June 13, 1975
    • 167 Co-sponsors for In Lieu of Taxes, June 17, 1975
    • 168 Payment In Lieu of Taxes Bill, June 17, 1975
    • 169 Clausen Announces Humboldt Appropriations, June 23, 1975
    • 170 D.H.C.: National Cancer Day, June 30, 1975
    • 171 SBA Loans for Dairymen, July 1, 1975
    • 172 D.H.C.: Creation Bill, July 2, 1975
    • 173 Volunteers in the Parks, July 11, 1975
    • 174 Hearings on Veterans Pensions, July 14, 1975
    • 175 $250 million for Dairymen, July 21, 1975
    • 176 Communists in Portugal, July 28, 1975
    • 177 Oil Tariff Statement, Feb. 5, 1975
    • 178 Energy Legislation H.R. 7014, July 13, 1975
    • 179 Speech References, Sales and Profits, Sept. 17, 1975
    • 180 News Release- Service Academy Applicants, Sept. 17, 1975
    • 181 News Release- Timber By-product Use, Sept. 22, 1975
    • 182 News release- Postal Service Improvement, Sept. 29, 1975
    • 183 News Release- Clausen Discusses Health insurance, Sept. 30, 1975
    • 184 News Release- 200-mile Fishing Zone, Oct. 1, 1975
    • 185 News Release- Help for Dairymen, Oct. 6, 1975
    • 186 News Release- Clausen Discusses 200-mile Bill With President, Oct. 7, 1975
    • 187 News Release- Clausen Bill Passes House [Marine Fisheries Conservation Act], Oct. 10, 1975
    • 188 News Release- Clausen to Participate in Groundbreaking, Oct. 14, 1975
    • 189 News Release- Clausen Supports Audit of IRS, Oct. 21, 1975
    • 190 News Release- Payments-in-Lieu Hearings, Oct. 22, 1975
    • 191 News Release- Clausen Blasts Bureaucracy, Oct. 23, 1975
    • 192 News Release- Clausen Says In-Lieu of Tax Hearings to Continue, Nov. 3, 1975
    • 193 News Release- Humboldt State Gets $125,000 Sea Grant, Nov. 3, 1975
    • 194 Consumer Protection Agency, Nov. 6, 1975
    • 195 News Release- Clausen State Steam Stake, Nov. 14, 1975
    • 196 News Release- RESPA Resettled, Nov. 17, 1975
    • 197 News Release- Clausen Urges Rapid Action on His Highway Bill, Nov. 19, 1975
    • 198 News Release- Senate to Consider 200-mile Limit, Dec. 5, 1975
    • 199 News Release- Clausen Highway Bill Passes Committee, Dec.11, 1975
    • 200 News Release- Clausen Meets With HUD Secretary Hills, Dec. 18, 1975
    • 201 Statements by D.H.C., starting Jan. 1, 1975
    • 202 Index, July 1974- July 1975
    • 203 July thru Sept., 1974
    • 204 Oct. thru Dec., 1974
    • 205 Jan., 1975
    • 206 Feb., 1975
    • 207 March, 1975
    • 208 April, 1975
    • 209 May, 1975
    • 210 June, 1975
    • 211 July, 1975
    • 212 News Release Index- From Sept. 1975 thru March 1976
    • 213 Sept., 1975
    • 214 Oct., 1975
    • 215 Nov., 1975
    • 216 Dec., 1975
    Box 78
    • 1 Jan., 1976
    • 2 Feb., 1976
    • 3 News Release Index- March 1976 thru July 1976
    • 4 News Releases- March 1976 thru July 1976
    • 5 News Releases- July 1976 thru Aug. 1976
    • 6 News Releases- Sept. 1976 thru Oct. 1976
    • 7 March 1976
    • 8 Natural Gas Supply, Feb. 4, 1976
    • 9 Job Creation Act, April 28, 1976
    • 10 Young Adult Conservation, May 25, 1976
    • 11 LEAA, Aug. 31, 1976
    • 12 News Releases- Nov. 1976 thru Dec. 1976
    • 13 Photo Story- Clausen at the Plate, July 9, 1976
    • 14 Photo Captions- July- Sept., 1976
    • 15 Single News Release, Sept.- Oct., 1976
    • 16 News Release- Clausen Applauds Ford Support for Farmers and Small Business, Jan. 12, 1976
    • 17 News Release- New Senior Employment Program for Eureka, Jan. 9, 1975
    • 18 News Release- NAPA Council is Awarded Grant, Jan. 9, 1976
    • 19 News Release- Clausen Announces Sonoma County Grant, Jan. 9, 1976
    • 20 News Release- Clausen Opposes New Welfare Bill, Jan. 26, 1976
    • 21 News Release- Clausen Launches Congressional Inquiry into SST Operations, Feb. 5, 1976
    • 22 News Release- 200-mile Limit Joint Conference Set for Feb., Feb. 9, 1976
    • 23 News Release- Clausen Applauds Advancement of In-Lieu-Of-Tax Bill, Feb. 10, 1976
    • 24 News Release- Congressional Hearings Will Aid Aviation Safety, Feb. 11, 1976
    • 25 News Release- Area Congressmen to Inspect Brazos Bridge, Feb. 17, 1976
    • 26 News Release- Petaluma Youth Appointed to Air Force Academy, Feb. 25, 1976
    • 27 News Release- Conference on 200-mile Bill Nears Completion, March 1, 1976
    • 28 Statement- D.H.C. to Run for Re-election, March 5, 1976
    • 29 News Release- Cuts to Student Grant Programs Restored, March 8, 1976
    • 30 News Release- Clausen Calls for Pension Law Review, March 17, 1976
    • 31 News Release- Clausen Proposes Moratorium on Rural Post Office Closings, March 17, 1976
    • 32 News Release- Joint Conference on 200-mile Limit Bill Completes Work, March 17, 1976
    • 33 News Release- Santa Rosa Youth to Go to Naval Academy, March 17, 1976
    • 34 News Release- Payment in Lieu of Taxes Passes Another Hurdle, March 17, 1976
    • 35 News Release- Clausen Supports "National E Employ the Older Worker Week", March 18, 1976
    • 36 News Release- Kim Borough Participates in Washington Workshop Seminar, March 19, 1976
    • 37 News Release- Clausen Urges Support for Dairy Farmer, March 22, 1976
    • 38 News Release- Clausen Strongly Opposes Senate Bill One, March 22, 1976
    • 39 News Release- Lake County Youth Appointed to the Academy, March 23, 1976
    • 40 News Release- Petaluma Young Man Appointed to Air Force Academy, March 23, 1976
    • 41 News Release- California Legislation Seek Federal Highway Funds, March 25, 1976
    • 42 News Release- Clausen Concerned About Rural Post Offices, March 25, 1976
    • 43 News Release- Santa Rosa Young Man Appointed to the Air Force Academy, March 25, 1976
    • 44 News Release- Monongahela Testimony, March 26, 1976
    • 45 News Release- Congressmen Support Funding for Brazon Bridge, March 26, 1976
    • 46 News Release- Clausen Urges Education Program For Consolidation Bill Hearings, March 26, 1976
    • 47 News Release- Congressmen Concerned About Forest Firefighting Capability, March 26, 1976
    • 48 News Release- American Conservative Union, March 26, 1976
    • 49 News Release- Clausen: President Will Sign 200-mile Bill, March 31, 1976
    • 50 Revenue Sharing- Floor Statement, June 9, 1976
    • 51 Federal Rulemaking Agencies, June 30, 1976
    • 52 News Release- Clausen Pushes Gnat Control Pesticide Use (Lake County Only), July 23, 1976
    • 53 News Release- Jobs Bill Overridden by House, July 23, 1976
    • 54 News Release- Clausen on Pro Sports Committee, July 26, 1976
    • 55 News Release- EPA Clears Way for Dimilin Experiment, July 28, 1976
    • 56 News Release- Clausen: Progress in Cannery Negotiators, July 28, 1976
    • 57 News Release- Clausen Favors Sunshine Bill, July 30, 1976
    • 58 News Release- Payments in Lieu Scheduled for Full House Debate, July 31, 1976
    • 59 News Release- Clausen Indian Health Care Bill Passes House, July 31, 1976
    • 60 News Release- Clausen Pushes Payments in Lieu Bill Through House, Aug. 6, 1976
    • 61 News Release- Clausen Amendment Becomes Law, Aug. 6, 1976
    • 62 News Release- North Coast Fishermen Appointed to Management Council, Aug. 12, 1976
    • 63 News Release- Clausen Supports End to Veterans' Pension Discrimination, Aug. 10, 1976
    • 64 News Release- Air Fare Brake For Elderly Sought By Clausen, Aug. 10, 1976
    • 65 News Release- Clausen Participates in Eel-Russian Water Basin Talks, Aug. 26, 1976
    • 66 News Release- Senate to Talk Up Two Clausen Bills, Aug. 26, 1976
    • 67 News Release- Clausen to Inspect Teton Dam in Idaho, Aug. 27, 1976
    • 68 News Release- Clausen Approves House Boost for Students, Aug. 31, 1976
    • 69 News Release- House Passes EDA Bill/ Clausen Appointed Conference, Aug. 31, 1976
    • 70 News Release- Clausen Introduces Bill to Expedite Payments to Small Business, Sept. 7, 1976
    • 71 News Release- Clausen Introduces Anti-Crime Bill to Protect Elderly, Sept. 7, 1976
    • 72 News Release- Clausen Hails Pioneer Spirit of Truck Drivers, Sept. 9, 1976
    • 73 News Release- Clausen Introduces Tax Reform Bill, Sept. 9, 1976
    • 74 News Release- Redwood Area Schools to Schools to Receive Over Three Million Federal Aid, Sept. 15, 1976
    • 75 News Release- White House Fellowship Applications Available, Sept. 15, 1976
    • 76 News Release- Clausen's Indian Health Care Bill Advance, Sept. 16, 1976
    • 77 News Release- Clausen Backs National Forest Management Act, Sept. 17, 1976
    • 78 News Release- Clausen Urges Moratorium on Postal Clusterboxes, Sept. 22, 1976
    • 79 News Release- Clausen Urges FCC to Grant Waiver for NoCoast EmergMed Radio Sys., Sept. 28, 1976
    • 80 News Release- Progress on Revenue Sharing, Sept. 28, 1976
    • 81 News Release- EDA Conference Bill Clears House, Sept. 29, 1976
    • 82 News Release- Clausen BLM Bill Clears Conference (w/ Scoop Jackson), Sept. 29, 1976
    • 83 News Release- Clausen Labor Day Message, Sept. 2, 1976
    • 84 News Release- President Signs Two Veterans Bills, Sept. 29, 1976
    • 85 News Release- House Passes Public Buildings Bill, Sept. 29, 1976
    • 86 News Release- Senate Passes Clausen Payment in Lieu of Taxes Bill, Oct. 2, 1976
    • 87 News Release- Clausen Bills Pass as 94th Congress Adjourns, Oct. 2, 1976
    • 88 News Release- State Department Seeks Career Personnel, Oct. 4, 1976
    • 89 News Release- Clausen Announces Local Solar Energy Projects, Oct. 15, 1976
    • 90 News Release- Eureka Area Receives $33 million Grant, Oct. 21, 1976
    • 91 News Release- President Ford Signs Payment in Lieu Bill, Oct. 21, 1976
    • 92 News Release- President Signs Noyo Harbor Bill, Oct. 22, 1976
    • 93 News Release- Ford Signs Two More Clausen Bills, Oct. 23, 1976
    • 94 News Release- Local Governments Receive Federal Assistance, Nov. 30, 1976
    • 95 News Release- Clausen to be Vice Chairman, Dec. 9, 1976
    • 96 News Release- Pro Sports Committee Meets Again, Dec. 10, 1976
    • 97 News Release- Clausen Announces Poll Results, Dec. 10, 1976
    • 98 Statement For Press Democrat- For the New Year, Dec. 21, 1976
    • 99 Statement With Christmas Radio Show, Dec. 15, 1976
    • 100 News Release- Clausen Co-Sponsors New Jobs Bill, Jan. 4, 1977
    • 101 News Release- Clausen Introduces New Highway Bill, Jan. 11, 1977
    • 102 News Release- Clausen Applauds Home Insulation Grants, Jan. 12, 1977
    • 103 News Release- Clausen Bill to Lift Soc. Sec. Earnings Lid, Jan. 13, 1977
    • 104 News Release- Petaluma Youth Appointed to USAF Academy, Jan. 14, 1977
    • 105 News Release- Clausen Plugs Mass Transit Fund, Jan. 17, 1977
    • 106 News Release- New Budget Contains Many Redwood Empire Projects, Jan. 19, 1977
    • 107 News Release- Clausen Introduces Energy Saving Legislation, Jan. 19, 1977
    • 108 News Release- Clausen Bill to Curb Bureaucratic Powers, Jan. 24, 1977
    • 109 News Release- Clausen Elected Leader for Water Resources, Jan. 26, 1977
    • 110 News Release- Quicker Social Security Response Aim of Clausen Bill, Jan. 26, 1977
    • 111 Natural Gas Crisis, Feb. 1, 1977
    • 112 News Release- Small Businessmen to Benefit From Clausen Legislation, Feb. 1, 1977
    • 113 News Release- Clausen Bill to Aid Savings/Boost Housing, Feb. 2, 1977
    • 114 News Release- Standard Deduction to be Raised by Clausen Bill, Feb. 4, 1977
    • 115 News Release- Clausen Bill Seeks Reduced Air Fares for Elderly/Handicapped, Feb. 8, 1977
    • 116 News Release- New Public Works Bill Clears Committee, Feb. 9, 1977
    • 117 News Release- Clausen Opposes Congressional Pay Raise, Feb. 9, 1977
    • 118 News Release- World War I Veterans to Benefit from Clausen Bill, Feb. 16, 1977
    • 119 News Release- Napa Youth Appointed to Air Force Academy, Feb. 22, 1977
    • 120 News Release- Elderly Reduced Air Fare Bill Passes House, Feb. 22, 1977
    • 121 News Release- Clausen Bill to Spur Housing Starts, Feb. 25, 1977
    • 122 News Release- New Jobs Bill Passes House, Feb. 25, 1977
    • 123 News Release- Clausen Stresses Older Americans Needs, Feb. 28, 1977
    • 124 News Release- Clausen Urges Appointment of Federal Coordinator for Drought Matters, Feb. 28, 1977
    • 125 Single News Release, Jan.-March, 1977
    • 126 Single News Release, April-June, 1977
    • 127 Religious Freedom Amendment, Nov. 1, 1977
    • 128 News Releases, Jan.-Feb., 1977
    • 129 News Releases, March-April, 1977
    • 130 News Releases, May-June, 1977
    • 131 News Releases, July, 1977
    • 132 Energy Act, Aug. 5, 1977
    • 133 Perspective on Panama, Oct. 6, 1977
    • 134 News Releases, Aug.-Sept., 1977
    • 135 News Releases, Oct.-Dec., 1977
    • 136 News Releases, Jan.-Feb., 1978
    • 137 News Releases, March-April, 1978
    • 138 News Releases, May-June, 1978
    • 139 CR Reprint- Paul Corbin, Feb. 8, 1978
    • 140 Cong. Record Reprint Petaluma Leghorns, Feb. 14, 1978
    • 141 C. Record, 200-Mile Limit Praise, SF Exam, Feb. 19, 1978
    • 142 Sun Day- Solar Energy Day, March 7, 1978
    • 143 H.R. 50, Full Employment, March 9, 1978
    • 144 H.R. 7700, Postal Service Act, March 20, 1978
    • 145 Cong. Record Reprint- Remarkable Mr. C., May 9, 1978
    • 146 Record Reprint- August A. Pinelli: An Outstanding Citizen, May 30, 1978
    • 147 Miscellaneous Remarks, 1978
    • 148 Sun Day- Solar Energy Day, March 7, 1978
    • 149 BATF- Denied Funds for Gun Registration, 1978
    • 150 Ashbrook Substitute to H.R. 15, 1978
    • 151 Consumer Protection Agency, Feb. 7 1978
    • 152 Watershed Management, May 2, 1978
    • 153 Alaska Lands, May 17, 1978
    • 154 Alaska Lands, May 18, 1978
    • 155 Tuition Tax Credits, June 1, 1978
    Box 79
    • 1 Gun Control, June 7, 1978
    • 2 Solar Energy, June 28, 1978
    • 3 Airport Noise Reduction Statement, Sept. 13, 1978
    • 4 Airline De-reg Bill, Sept. 14, 1978
    • 5 News Releases, July-Aug., 1978
    • 6 News Releases, Sept.-Oct., 1978
    • 7 Special Photo Story- D.H.C. Wins NFBI Award, Sept., 1978
    • 8 News Release- Clausen Announces White House Fellowships, Sept. 1, 1978
    • 9 News Release- Clausen Appointed to Exports Panel, Sept. 8, 1978
    • 10 News Release- House Passes Bill to Aid Kaiser Workers, Sept. 8, 1978
    • 11 News Release- Clausen Tells House Pipeline is Necessary, Sept. 8, 1978
    • 12 News Release- Area Projects Advance, Sept. 15, 1978
    • 13 News Release- Warm Springs Moves Forward, Sept. 15, 1978
    • 14 News Release- Noyo Harbor Project Advances, Sept. 15, 1978
    • 15 News Release- Clausen Praises Carter's Mid-East Diplomacy, Sept. 15, 1978
    • 16 News Release- GOA Announcement re: Grant Consol., Sept. 15, 1978
    • 17 News Release- Clausen, McCloskey, Andrus Confer (re: Klamath), Sept. 20, 1978
    • 18 News Release- Clausen Commends HSU Redwood Unit, Sept. 25, 1978
    • 19 News Release- Re: Streambank Erosion Control Project on the Van Duzen, Sept. 20, 1978
    • 20 News Release- Clausen Backs Airline Dereg. Bill, Sept. 21, 1978
    • 21 News Release- Clausen Urges Service Academy Applications, Sept. 22, 1978
    • 22 News Release- Clausen Announces NSF Awards to Sonoma State, Sept. 22, 2978
    • 23 Photo Caption- Re: Tribute to Rose, Sept. 26, 1978
    • 24 News Release- House Passes Clausen Farm Data bill, Sept. 26, 1978
    • 25 News Release- Clausen Backs Bill Favoring Calif. Farm Products, Sept. 26, 1978
    • 26 Response- Empire Farmer Questionnaire, Sept. 28, 1978
    • 27 News Release- Clausen Park By-pass Bill Clears House, Sept. 29, 1978
    • 28 Pam MC Lean Hillside Hospital Article, UDJ, Sept. 29, 1978
    • 29 News Release- Clausen Announces in Lieu of Taxes Payments, Sept. 29, 1978
    • 30 Rousselot Statement, Sept. 28, 1978
    • 31 News Release- Clausen Tribute to Harshna, Oct., 1978
    • 32 Campaign News Releases, Oct., 1978
    • 33 News Release- Clausen Supports Tanker Safety Act, Oct. 4, 1978
    • 34 Photo Study- Nat'l Asn of Business Award/ D.H.C. Watchdog of Treasury, Oct. 4, 1978
    • 35 News Release- Solar Housing Projects Fund, Oct. 6, 1978
    • 36 News Release- Clausen Concept to be Tested in Territories, Oct. 10, 1978
    • 37 News Release- Redwood Empire People are Clausen's Special Interest, Oct. 10, 1978
    • 38 News Release- Clausen Highway By-pass Amendment Accepted, Oct. 12, 1978
    • 39 News Release- KQED Statement, Oct. 13, 1978
    • 40 News Release- Veterans Bill Clears Congress, Oct. 14, 1978
    • 41 News Release- Energy Bill Clears Congress, Oct. 15, 1978
    • 42 News Release- Warm Springs Funding Remains in Bill, Oct. 15, 1978
    • 43 News Release- Congress Passes Major Tax Cut, Oct. 15, 1978
    • 44 News Release- Americans for Constitutional Action Endorsement, Oct. 30, 1978
    • 45 News Release- Endorsement of D.H.C. by Americans for Constitutional Action (ACA Release), Oct. 31, 1978
    • 46 News Release- Tie-in With Separate List of ACA Endorsements- ACA Endorses 160 Candidates Seeking Election to the Congress, Nov. 1, 1978
    • 47 News Release- D.H.C. Attends WH Energy PowWow, Dec. 1, 1978
    • 48 News Release- Clausen to Bring Top Interior Official to Redwood Region Council, Dec. 8, 1978
    • 49 News Release- Clausen Challenges Offshore Oil Lease Sale, Dec. 11, 1978
    • 50 News Release- Clausen Announces Awards for Solar Heating Designs, Dec. 20, 1978
    • 51 Misc. News Item- Comte to Re-elect D.H.C. Mt., Jan. 15, 1979
    • 52 News Release- Clausen Introduces Fiscal Measures as 96th Congress Opens, Jan. 15, 1979
    • 53 Misc. News Item- AP Poll, Jan. 15, 1979
    • 54 D.H.C. Photo on Front Page of "Post" as 96th Congress Opens, Jan. 16, 1979
    • 55 News Release- County In-Lieu Payments Budgeted, Jan. 23, 1979
    • 56 News Release- Area Projects Funded in New Budget Request, Jan. 23, 1979
    • 57 News Release- Clausen Calls for National Energy Transportation System, Jan. 23, 1979
    • 58 News Release- Clausen Gets Key Leadership Slot, Jan. 23, 1979
    • 59 News Release- Clausen Calls for Social Security Tax Dollar Back, Jan. 23, 1979
    • 60 News Release- Clausen to Convene Eureka Fare Discussion, Jan. 26, 1979
    • 61 News Release- Petaluma Youth to Go to Air Force Academy, Jan. 26, 1979
    • 62 News Release- California Congressmen Re-introduce Consolidation Proposals, Feb. 6, 1979
    • 63 News Release- Clausen Asks Carter to Comply With Budget Law, Feb. 7, 1979
    • 64 News Release- For Release In Napa Only- Re: Steel Caucus, Feb. 8, 1979
    • 65 News Release- Payments In-Lieu Re-computed, Feb. 9, 1979
    • 66 News Release- Hew Action Re-defaulted Student Loans, Feb. 14, 1979
    • 67 News Release- Re: Napa County Soil Survey (Napa Only), Feb. 14, 1979
    • 68 News Release- Cab Representative to Go to Eureka, Feb. 23, 1979
    • 69 News Release- Re: Legislative Veto of Admin. Rules and Regulations, Feb. 26, 1979
    • 70 News Release- Re: Capitol Gains Tax for Foreigners Buying American Agric. Land, Feb. 26, 1979
    • 71 News Release- Re: Legis. To Limit Foreign Invest. In U.S. Fishing Industry, Feb. 28, 1979
    • 72 News Releases, March, 1979
    • 73 News Releases- Re: Anti-terrorism Bill, March 5, 1979
    • 74 News Release, March 5, 1979
    • 75 News Release- Alexandria Youth to Go to West Point, March 6, 1979
    • 76 News Release- Re: Joint Res. Re-emergency Plan to Meet Nat'l Energy Needs, March 13, 1979
    • 77 News Release- Re: Grant to Humboldt State University, March 20, 1979
    • 78 News Release- Clausen Calls For Congressional Investigation of Sohio Pullout, March 21, 1979
    • 79 Video Tape- Appeal For March if Dimes, March 22, 1979
    • 80 News Release- Re: Hearings on Amend. To Balance Budget, March 23, 1979
    • 81 News Release- Re: Changing "Hake" to "Whiting"/D.H.C. Letter to FDA, March 29, 1979
    • 82 News Release- Re: Sohio Pipeline Hearings Flwng Sohio Announcement of Withdrawal, March 29, 1979
    • 83 News Release- Clausen Challenges Gas Allocation, March 29, 1979
    • 84 News Release- Clausen Supports North Coast Water Resource Flood Control, April 5, 1979
    • 85 News Release- Clausen Pushes for Energy Transportation System, April 5, 1979
    • 86 News Release- O'Neill Appoints Clausen to Mexican Group, April 6, 1979
    • 87 News Release- Re: Proposed Outer Continental Shelf Oil Lease Sales of No. Calif. Coast, April 16, 1979
    • 88 News Release- Interior Committee Panel to Undertake Nuclear Investigation, April 10, 1979
    • 89 News Release- Kurt Wayne Schake to Go to West Point, April 16, 1979
    • 90 News Release- Clausen to Inspect Railroad Tunnel, April 16, 1979
    • 91 News Release- Clausen Blasts FAA, April 17, 1979
    • 92 News Release- McKinleyville Youth to Go to Military Academy, April 16, 1979
    • 93 News Release- Mike Collins Succeeds Clausen as Brewer Trophy Winner, April 19, 1979
    • 94 News Release- D.H.C. Addresses Operating Engrs., April 20, 1979
    • 95 News Release- D.H.C. Asks DOE to Check Grievance of Serv. Stations Operators, April 20, 1979
    • 96 News Release- Interior Committee Reports Sohio Bill, April 25, 1979
    • 97 News Release- D.H.C. Commends Allan Kenny/Red Cross Certificate of Merit Recipient, May 8, 1979
    • 98 News Release- Environment Leader Praises D.H.C. Leg., May 8, 1979
    • 99 News Release From Eureka- Clausen Announces Small Loggers Program in Six Rivers Nat'l Forest, May 14, 1979
    • 100 News Release- Rohnert Park Youth to Go to Annapolis, May 16, 1979
    • 101 News Release- Re: Senior Intern Programs/Rev. and Mrs. Shanks, May 17, 1979
    • 102 News Release- Re: Relief for Gas Starved California, May 17, 1979
    • 103 News Release- Merchant Marine and Fisheries Release; Re: Klamath Hearings, May 17, 1979
    • 104 News Release- Vietnam Veterans Week, May 25, 1979
    • 105 News Release- D.H.C. Statement re: Klamath Fishing Issue, May 26, 1979
    • 106 Photo Caption- D.H.C. Receives Hoo-Hoo Award, May 29, 1979
    • 107 News Release- D.H.C. Requests Carter to Provide Full and Complete Info. Re Domestic Oil Supply, May 30, 1979
    • 108 News Release- Lake Co. Archeological Site Entered in the Nat'l Reg. Of Historic Places, June 1, 1979
    • 109 Mailgram- Re: D.H.C. to Speak to Sr. Stock and Bond Club, June 6, 1979
    • 110 News Release- Appropriations Committee Approves Public Works Projects Funding (Sonoma), June 7, 1979
    • 111 News Release- Appropriations Committee Approves Public Works Projects Funding (Mendocino), June 7, 1979
    • 112 News Release- Appropriations Committee Approves Public Works Funding (Petaluma), June 7, 1979
    • 113 News Release- Appropriations Committee Approves Public Works Funding (Humboldt and Del Norte), June 7, 1979
    • 114 News Release- Energy and Water Development Appropriation Bill, June 14, 1979
    • 115 Special Feature- Neils Solvndal Planned Condemnation Proceedings, June 18, 1979
    • 116 News Release- Stream Revitalization For Trinity River (Clausen and Johnson), June 19, 1979
    • 117 News Release- Re: Alaskan Pipeline Again Operational, June 21, 1979
    • 118 News Release- Relief For Independent Trucker s and California Agriculture/Ltr. To Press, June 25, 1979
    • 119 News Release- Anadromous Fish Conservation Act Passed, June 25, 1979
    • 120 News Release- Synthetic Fuels Bill Passed House, June 27, 1979
    • 121 News Release- Letter to the Interior re: Safety Features of Trans-Alaska Pipeline, June 29, 1979
    • 122 News Release- Susan B. Anthony Dollar Coin Release, July 2, 1979
    • 123 News Release- Nuclear Waste Disposal Data, July 3, 1979
    • 124 Responses to Bonnie Hanchett on Truckers' Strike Editorial Criticizing Our News Release, July 10, 1979
    • 125 News Release- Announcement of Sponsorship of Fast Track Bill for Priority, July 11, 1979
    • 126 News Release- Prods State of California re: Geothermal Lease Revenues, July 12, 1979
    • 127 News Release- Alaska Pipeline Hearing, July 13, 1979
    • 128 News Release- Intro. Of Water Resources Devel. Act of 19179/ 3 Versions- Noyo, Humboldt, C.C., July 13, 1979
    • 129 News Release- D.H.C. Supports Bill to Allow Marianas Citizens to Serve in the U.S. Armed Forces, July 17, 1979
    • 130 News Release- D.H.C.'s Trinity River/ Buckhorn Dam Revitalization Bill, July 17, 1979
    • 131 News Release- Deep Seabed Mining Bill Reported by Interior Committee, July 19, 1979
    • 132 News Release- "Fast Track" Bill Reported by House Interior Committee, July 26, 1979
    • 133 News Release- Clausen Amendment Auth. $2 million For Heavy Crude Oil Refining Passes House, July 26, 1979
    • 134 News Release- "The Methanol Age is Dawning" / D.H.C. cosponsors 3 Bills, July 13, 1979
    • 135 News Release- "Clausen Blows Off More Steam"/ Interior Commission Rpts. Geothermal Lease Bill, Aug. 2, 1979
    • 136 News Release- Clausen: Remove Marriage Tax, Aug. 2, 1979
    • 137 News Release- Foreign Fishing Technology Bill , Aug. 2, 1979
    • 138 News Release- Island Mountain Tunnel to Be Reopened, Aug. 3, 1979
    • 139 News Release- Announcements of D.H.C.'s Appearances During August Recess, Aug. 7, 1979
    • 140 News Release- California Trucking Assn. Speech/ Gas, Fuel Crunch, Aug. 11, 1979
    • 141 News Release- Santa Rosa Kiwanis Speech, "Common Market of the Americas", Aug. 16, 1979
    • 142 News Release- Napa Chamber of Commerce Mtg./ Small Enterprise Improvement Bill, Aug. 13, 1979
    • 143 News Release- OCS Oil Lease Sales by Int. Dept., Aug. 29, 1979
    • 144 News Release- Letter to the Editor/ Open Letter to People of 2nd CD, Sept. 5, 1979
    • 145 News Release- White House Fellows Program Announcement, Sept. 7, 1979
    • 146 News Release- Reno Speech: BLM Organic Act, Sept. 7, 1979
    • 147 News Release- Mare Island 125th Birthday, Sept. 14, 1979
    • 148 News Release- Soviet Troops in Cuba/ Salt Resolution, Sept. 13, 1979
    • 149 Statement- D.H.C. Statement Opposing the Termination of the Salmon Fishing Season, Sept. 19, 1979
    • 150 News Release- Trinity River Reported by Full Interior Committee, Sept. 20, 1979
    • 151 News Release- Select OCS Comm. Letter re: Oil Drilling Off Calif. N. Coast, Sept. 20, 1979
    • 152 News Release- Cow Mnt. Burning Approved, Sept. 26, 1979
    • 153 OCS Lease Sale 53, Sept. 27, 1979
    • 154 News Release- Fed. Payment in Lieu of Taxes (6 Releases- 1 Per County), Sept. 28, 1979
    • 155 News Release- Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline Hearings Announcement, Oct. 11, 1979
    • 156 News Release- Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline, Oct. 17, 1979
    • 157 News Release- Napa Speech to Spec. Engs. Solar Retrofits for Fed. Buildings, Oct. 13, 1979
    • 158 News Release- San Francisco Corps. Of Engineers District Realignment, Oct 19, 1979
    • 159 News Release- Cairo Speech to World Aerospace Education Congress, Oct. 21, 1979
    • 160 News Release- Announcement of Cairo Speech on Aviation Education, Oct. 17, 1979
    Box 80
    • 1 News Release- House Passes 2 Tier Water Pollution Control Funding Bill, Oct. 20, 1979
    • 2 News Release- Cairo Speech/ Pres. Message Release Forwarding Texts, Oct. 22, 1979
    • 3 News Release- D.H.C., Udall, & Wirth Cosponsor New Fast Track Bill/ Excerpt From Rules Comm. Testm., Oct. 25, 1979
    • 4 News Release- Meeting With Les Clark of the Redwood Region Devel. Comm., Oct. 26, 1979
    • 5 Floor Speech- D.H.C. Speech in Energy Mob. Bd./ Record Excerpt Mailed to Press, Oct. 30, 1979
    • 6 World Aerospace Education Cong., Nov. 7, 1979
    • 7 News Release- FERC Staff Seeks to Block Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline, Nov. 2, 1979
    • 8 News Release/ Photo- D.H.C./ Udall/ Sawhill Mtg./ Ltr./ West. Leg. Of Alaska Gas Pipeline, Nov. 5, 1979
    • 9 News Release- Iranian Demonstrations, Nov. 7, 1979
    • 10 News Release- D.H.C. Letter to Khomeini re: Hostages in U.S. Embassy, Nov. 9, 1979
    • 11 News Release- Warm Springs Vote Indicates Corps S.F. Office Should Remain, Nov. 9, 1979
    • 12 News Release- Corps Alignment Will Stay Same , Nov. 13, 1979
    • 13 News Release- D.H.C. House Urges House to Pass EDA Bill, Nov. 14, 1979
    • 14 News Release- Grizzly Bluff School Landmark, Nov. 27, 1979/ Post Office, S.R., Landmark, Dec. 3, 1979
    • 15 Nuclear Reg. Commission, Nov. 29, 1979
    • 16 News Release- House Passes Wind Energy Bill, Dec. 4, 1979
    • 17 News Release- Bill Increasing Funding for Calif. Wastewater Treatment, Dec. 6, 1979
    • 18 News Release- D.H.C. Asks BLM for Geothermal Damage Compensation, Dec. 10, 1979
    • 19 News Release- D.H.C. Announces Favorable BLM Decision on Geothermal Compensation, Dec. 13, 1979
    • 20 News Release- Public Works Comm. Reports Water Pollution Control Funds (2 Tier) Authorization, Dec. 14, 1979
    • 21 News Release- D.H.C. Protests Gas Tax Hike, Dec. 20, 1979
    • 22 News Release- Introduction of Irrigation/ Conservation Water Act, Dec. 20, 1979
    • 23 Recent Releases, 1980
    • 24 News Release- D.H.C. Blasts Social Security Tax Proposal by H.E.W., Jan. 12, 1980
    • 25 News Release- $30 million Obligated for Redwood Park By-pass Highway, Jan. 16, 1980
    • 26 News Release- D.H.C. Speech to Sonoma Energy Fair, Jan. 18, 1980
    • 27 News Release- Get Gov. Off the Back of Small Business, Jan. 22, 1980
    • 28 News Release- D.H.C. Backs Olympic Boycott, Jan. 24, 1980
    • 29 News Release- 2nd Dist. Projects in Budget, Jan. 28, 1980
    • 30 News Release- Redwood National Park Nominated for World Heritage List, Jan. 30, 1980
    • 31 News Release- D.H.C. Proposal to Prohibit Soviet Ships From Entering U.S. Ports, Jan. 30, 1980
    • 32 Small Business Facing Big Problems, Jan. 22, 1980
    • 33 News Release- Interior Comm. Adopts D.H.C. Res. Waiving Cong. Review of Alaska Gas Pipeline Western Leg. Permit, Jan. 30, 1980
    • 34 News Release- D.H.C.: Move Olympic Games to Greece, Jan. 30, 1980
    • 35 Photo Story- D.H.C. Meets With Wright & Duncan, Jan. 31, 1980
    • 36 News Release- D.H.C. Appointed to Pacific Basin Conf. Advisory Committee, Jan. 31, 1980
    • 37 News Release- Announcement of Geothermal Hearings in Santa Rosa by Mines and Mining Subcomm., Feb. 7, 1980
    • 38 News Release- D.H.C. Calls on GAO to Protect Rights of Geothermal Landowners, Santa Rosa Field Hearings, Feb. 14, 1980
    • 39 Santa Rosa Releases- [Canada- Americans Escape From Iran], Feb. 16, 1980
    • 40 News Release- Ltr. To Merchant Marine Comm. Re: Calif. Fishing Council, Feb. 20, 1980
    • 41 Inflation Out of Control, Feb. 27, 1980
    • 42 News Release- Tax Exemption for Savings Acct. Interest, Feb. 27, 1980
    • 43 News Release- Redwood Bypass Letter, Feb. 27, 1980
    • 44 News Release- New Energy Committee, Feb. 28, 1980
    • 45 News Release- Moratorium on Gasoline Station Allocation Regulations, Feb. 28, 1980
    • 46 News Release- Re-election Filing Statement March 3, 1980
    • 47 News Release- D.H.C. Hits Salmon Season Closure, March 14, 1980
    • 48 News Release- $3 million Grant to Redwood Economic Development Commission, March 19, 1980
    • 49 News Release- D.H.C. Receives CAP Award, March 21, 1980
    • 50 Photo Story- D.H.C. Meets With Santa Rosa & Petaluma Mayors, March 21, 1980
    • 51 News Release- D.H.C. Hits Administration Energy Conservation Regulations, March 26, 1980
    • 52 News Releases (5)- D.H.C. Testifies on Appropriations for Water Projects, March 27, 1980
    • 53 News Release- Eureka Youth Appointed to Air Force Academy, March 28, 1980
    • 54 News Release- Petaluma Youth Appointed to Naval Academy, March 28, 1980
    • 55 News Release- D.H.C. Hits Lease Sale #53 Goahead, March 31, 1980
    • 56 News Release- Announcement of Recess Appearances, April 2, 1980
    • 57 News Release- D.H.C. Hits Carter on 10 Cent per Gallon Gasoline Import Fee, April 2, 1980
    • 58 Photo Story- D.H.C. Hits High Taxes/ National Tax Increase Protest, April 3, 1980
    • 59 Photo Story- D.H.C. Testifies on Lease Sale #53 Before OCS Committee, April 16, 1980
    • 60 News Release- Statement Opposing Draft, April 18, 1980
    • 61 News Release- Acid Rain Letter to Conferees, April 22, 1980
    • 62 News Release- $1,000 For the Hostages, April 24, 1980
    • 63 News Release- Peter Swanson Nominated to Air Force Academy, April 24, 1980
    • 64 News Release- Wm. Miller Nominated to Merchant Marine Academy, April 25, 1980
    • 65 News Release- Andrew Schubin of Napa Appointed to Military Academy, April 25, 1980
    • 66 News Release- John Keenan of Ukiah Appointed to Military Academy, April 29, 1980
    • 67 News Release- D.H.C. Urges CAB to Expedite North Coast Air Service Decisions, April 30, 1980
    • 68 News Release- D.H.C. & 13 Other GOP Congressmen Write Andrus on Lease Sale #53, May 1, 1980
    • 69 News Release- D.H.C. Comments on Salmon Season Decision, May 2, 1980
    • 70 News Release- D.H.C. Reveals East German Research Ship Deal, May 7, 1980
    • 71 News Release- Prohibition of Motorboat Use Dropped, May 7, 1980
    • 72 News Release- Public Works Comm. Reports Oil Spill Cleanup Mechanism, May 8, 1980
    • 73 News Release- Mex.-U.S. Interparliamentary Conference, May 10, 1980
    • 74 News Release- Volker Letter Attacking Admin. Re: Ghost Towns (Lumber Towns), May 12, 1980
    • 75 News Release- Attack on Admin. On Economy (Broad, Rhetoric, etc.), May 12, 1980
    • 76 News Release- Innovative and Alternative Technology Subcomm. Established, May 13, 1980
    • 77 News Release- Michael Spradlin (Petaluma) Appointed to Naval Academy, May 15, 1980
    • 78 News Release- Cotati Chamber of Commerce Sp. Recession/ Small Business, May 16, 1980
    • 79 News Release- Rhodes Release at Farms Bureau Fundraiser, May 19, 1980
    • 80 News Release- D.H.C.'s Military Reform Package, May 23, 1980
    • 81 CAB Rep. To Visit Crescent City, May 23, 1980
    • 82 News Release- Richard Nefzger Appointed to Air Force Academy, May 28, 1980
    • 83 News Release- D.H.C. Protests Salmon Closure, May 30, 1980
    • 84 News Release- D.H.C. Hits Carter for "Mgt. Of Scarcity", May 30, 1980
    • 85 News Release- D.H.C. Lauds Passage of State Geothermal Legislation, June 4, 1980
    • 86 News Release- Medal for Olympic Athletes, June 9, 1980
    • 87 News Release- D.H.C. Gets $50 million More for Redwood Park Evictees, June 11, 1980
    • 88 News Release- D.H.C. Asks for EDA/ SBA Relief for Salmon Fishermen, June 17, 1980
    • 89 News Release- Kamal Naguib Gives D.H.C. Award From WAEO, June 18, 1980
    • 90 News Release- D.H.C. "Encouraged" by Andrus' Lease Sale #53 Announcement Possibly Dropping 3 Areas, June 19, 1980
    • 91 News Release- House Passes Supplemental Appropriations Bill With $6 million for Redwood Workers, June 19, 1980
    • 92 News Release- Report Language Directs EDA to Aid North Coast Fishermen, June 20, 1980
    • 93 News Release- John Edward Martensen Appointed to Military Academy, June 24, 1980
    • 94 News Release- Announcement of Merchant Marine Hearings on Salmon Season Closure, June 30, 1980
    • 95 News Release- House Appropriates $ for Water Projects, June 30, 1980
    • 96 News Release- Ltr. To Carter Re: Reduced Timber Cut in National Forests, July 2, 1980
    • 97 News Release- Fishery Problems Heard by Congress (Fisheries Subcomm.), July 3, 1980
    • 98 News Release- GOA Redwood Park Report Supports Clausen Position, July 8, 1980
    • 99 News Release- D.H.C.'s Convention Activities, July 16, 1980
    • 100 News Release- D.H.C. Calls for Facts on Possible Nuclear Dumping Off Ft. Bragg, July 30, 1980
    • 101 News Release- House Passes Interior Approp. With $54 million For Redwood Park Evictees, July 31, 1980
    • 102 News Release- Letter to Andrus on Wild and Scenic Rivers- Brown Move to Include 5 N. Calif. Rivers, Aug. 4, 1980
    • 103 News Release- House Passes Calif. Wilderness Bill With Snow Mtn. Area, Aug. 19, 1980
    • 104 News Release- House Passes Wood Residue Utilization (For Fuel) Act, Aug. 20, 1980
    • 105 News Release- House Passes Wind Energy Conference Report, Aug.26, 1980
    • 106 News Release- D.H.C.: Complete Action on Budget Before Election, Aug. 27, 1980
    • 107 News Release- Kaiser's Napa Plant to Build Alaska Gas Pipeline Pipe, Aug. 28, 1980
    • 108 News release- D.H.C. Meets With Bob Bergland, Aug. 28, 1980
    • 109 News Release- Letter to President on Brown & Wild and Scenic Rivers Designation for Trinity, Klamath, Smith and Eel, Aug. 28, 1980
    • 110 News Release- Regan Announces Appointment of D.H.C. as Co-chairman of Adv. Comm., Sept. 3, 1980
    • 111 News Release- D.H.C. Presents Award to Robert Strula/ Handicapped Photo Story, Sept. 5, 1980
    • 112 News Release- D.H.C. Says He Will Participate in a "Meaningful" Debate With Bork, Sept. 10, 1980
    • 113 News Release- Interior Comm. Approves Klamath Fishing Mgt. Plan of D.H.C.'s, Sept. 11, 1980
    • 114 North Coast Supervisors Meeting: Local Control of Water, Sept. 12, 1980
    • 115 News Release- D.H.C. Praises Continued Operation of Kaiser Steel, Sept. 12, 1980
    • 116 News Release- House Passes Suppl. Approp. For Veterans' Educational Benefits, Sept. 17, 1980
    • 117 News Release- Academy Applications Announced, Sept. 18, 1980
    • 118 News Release- D.H.C. Calls for USDA Investigation of Napa Foreign Land Sales, Sept. 19, 1980
    • 119 News Release- House Passes "Superfund" Bill, Sept. 19, 1980
    • 120 News Release- D.H.C. Urges Klutznick to Adopt Trigger Price Mechanism for Steel, Sept. 23, 1980
    • 121 News Release- Holy Trinity Church Landmark, Sept. 24, 1980
    • 122 News Release- D.H.C. Urges National Steel Policy, Sept 24, 1980
    • 123 News Release- House Passes American Fisheries Promotion Act, Sept. 5, 1980
    • 124 News Releases- Releases to 4 Counties: Geo/Solar Water Project Appropriations, Sept. 25, 1980
    • 125 News Release- D.H.C. Signs Mushroom Import Protest Letter, Sept. 26, 1980
    • 126 News Release- D.H.C. Hits SBA Expected Failure to Approve Salmon Loan, Sept., 1980
    • 127 News Release- D.H.C. Hits "Political" Refusal of Senate to Consider Oil/ Hazardous Cleanup Program, Oct. 1, 1980
    • 128 News Release- D.H.C. Hits Senate for Delay on "Superfund", Oct. 2, 1980
    • 129 Campaign Releases, Oct 2., 1980
    • 130 News Release- SBA Announces Approval of Salmon Loan, Oct. 2, 1980
    • 131 News Release- Payment in Lieu of Taxes, Oct. 3, 1980
    • 132 News Release- President Signs Small Business "Equal Access to Justice" Bill, Oct. 22, 1980
    • 133 [News Release- Various Subjects], Oct., 1980
    • 134 News Release- D.H.C. Elected Dean of Calif. Reps., Nov. 14, 1980
    • 135 News Release- Service Academy Interviews Announced, Nov. 21, 1980
    • 136 News Release- D.H.C. Appointed to Regan Dept. of Energy Transition Team, Nov. 26, 1980
    • 137 News Releases- Possibility of New Calif. Republican Appropriations Comm. Seat, Dec. 9, 1980
    • 138 News Release- D.H.C. Calls for "Mature Partnership/ Common Market of the Americas", Dec. 18, 1980
    • 139 D.H.C. and Panetta- California Fisheries Council, Jan. 6, 1981
    • 140 D.H.C. Introduces Marriage Tax, Jan. 8, 1981
    • 141 D.H.C. Congratulates Dick Vermeil, Jan. 13, 1981
    • 142 D.H.C. Speech to Sonoma County Mayors and City Council, Jan. 15, 1981
    • 143 D.H.C. Promotes Denis Edeline, Jan. 16, 1981
    • 144 D.H.C. Intros. Bill to Allow Charitable Deductions for Contributions, Jan. 22, 1981
    • 145 D.H.C. Co-sponsors Bill to Award Hostages Cong. Med. of Honor, Jan. 24, 1981
    • 146 D.H.C. Named Ranking Member of Public Works and Transportation, Jan. 26, 1981
    • 147 D.H.C. Co-sponsors Indexing Bill, Jan. 29, 1981
    • 148 D.H.C. Co-sponsors CCRA, Jan. 30, 1981
    • 149 D.H.C. Praises New Direction of Federal Govt. in Ukiah Speech, Jan. 19, 1981
    • 150 D.H.C. Co-sponsors Sunset Law, Feb. 2, 1981
    • 151 D.H.C. Co-sponsors a Bill to Streamline Fed. Aid to Education, Feb. 5, 1981
    • 152 D.H.C. Praises President Regan for Effective Courtship With Congress, Feb. 6, 1981
    • 153 D.H.C. Praises Secretary Watt, Feb. 7, 1981
    • 154 D.H.C. Opposes Elimination of PLIT, Feb. 8, 1981
    • 155 D.H.C. Co-sponsors Legislation for Cong. Review of Agency regulations, Feb. 11, 1981
    • 156 Clausen Pleased at ALPA Strike Advertent, Feb. 14, 1981
    • 157 Clausen supports G.I. Bill, Feb. 19, 1981
    • 158 D.H.C.'s reaction to Regan Address, Feb. 20, 1981
    • 159 D.H.C. Disputes Wine Ingredient Labeling, Feb. 22, 1981
    • 160 Mark Edmonds Appointed to Air Force Academy, Feb. 21, 1981
    • 161 Clausen Announces Applications for Youth Conservation, Feb. 22, 1981
    Box 81
    • 1 D.H.C. Letter to Marvin Cohen/ CAB, Feb. 25, 1981
    • 2 D.H.C. Intros. Bill to Make Shasta Daisy the National Flower, March 4, 1981
    • 3 D.H.C. Announces Meeting Between Secy. Watt and Cal. Cong. Deleg., March 5, 1981
    • 4 D.H.C. Intros Bill to Designate Trail in Honor of Bizz Johnson, March 6, 1981
    • 5 Edward Hansen Appointed to USAFA, March 11, 1981
    • 6 D.H.C. Busy Setting Public Works Agenda, March 12, 1981
    • 7 D.H.C. Quizzes Stockman and Lewis, March 14, 1981
    • 8 D.H.C. Co-sponsors Reagan Tax Cuts, March 18, 1981
    • 9 D.H.C. Involved in Water Issue, March 20, 1981
    • 10 D.H.C. Announces VITA Availability, March 25, 1981
    • 11 D.H.C. Calls for North American Summit, March 27, 1981
    • 12 D.H.C. Rebuts Malloy Article, March 28, 1981
    • 13 Delna Garrison Appt. to White House Conf. On Aging, April 2, 1981
    • 14 Richard Howard of Eureka Appointed to West Point, April 4, 1981
    • 15 Michael Skodis of Santa Rosa Appointed to Air Force Academy, April 5, 1981
    • 16 Gregg Garbesi- Naval Academy of Santa Rosa, April 13, 1981
    • 17 D.H.C. Full Day in Napa County, April 14, 1981
    • 18 D.H.C. Calls for More Efficient Govt., April 15, 1981
    • 19 D.H.C. is Spokesman on Aviation Issues, April 20, 1981
    • 20 Eric Trumble of Sebastopol Appointed to Air Force Academy, April 22, 1981
    • 21 Randy Parker of Napa Appointed to Air Force Academy, April 23, 1981
    • 22 D.H.C. Agrees With Reagan Decision to Lift Grain Embargo, April 24, 1981
    • 23 Jennifer Blackman of Santa Rosa Named as L.B.J. Intern, April 24, 1981
    • 24 D.H.C. Announces "National Small Business Week", May 6, 1981
    • 25 D.H.C. Speaks on House Floor in Favor of Gramm-Latta Substitute, May 9, 1981
    • 26 D.H.C. Reaffirms Support for Tax Cut Plan, May 14, 1981
    • 27 D.H.C. Statement on Pope, May 14, 1981
    • 28 ADAP Legislation follows G-Latta, May 15, 1981
    • 29 D.H.C. Calls for Calm in Brewing Storm Over Social Security, May 22, 1981
    • 30 D.H.C. Announces P, W & T Comm./ Surf. Transp. Bill, May 28, 1981
    • 31 D.H.C. Announces Support for Conable-Hance Bipartisan Tax Bill, June 11, 1981
    • 32 D.H.C. Calls for Solution to Crisis Housing, June 16, 1981
    • 33 D.H.C. Co-sponsors "Mex-Amer Day", June 18, 1981
    • 34 Following Napa Fires, Clausen Sponsors Anti-Arson Act of 1981, June 25, 1981
    • 35 Clausen Says Poll Shows Strong Block Grant Support, June 26, 1981
    • 36 Clausen Explains Solar Energy Budget Cuts, June 30, 1981
    • 37 D.H.C. Says Reagan Foreign Policy is Sound, July 30, 1981
    • 38 D.H.C. Moves to Ease Way on Geothermal Tax Credits, July 13, 1981
    • 39 D.H.C. Named to House-Senate Conference Committee, July 14, 1981
    • 40 D.H.C. Intros. Legislation to Combat Mediterranean Fruit Fly, July 15, 1981
    • 41 D.H.C. Hails New Export Policy, July 21, 1981
    • 42 D.H.C. Likes the "Tijuana Trolley", July 24, 1981
    • 43 D.H.C. Bill Promotes Geothermal, July 25, 1981
    • 44 D.H.C. Reports on Violent Crime Task Force, July 29, 1981
    • 45 D.H.C. Views Reagan Immigration Policy as an Important First Step, Aug. 4, 1981
    • 46 D.H.C. Praises Cuts in Foreign Aid, Aug. 6, 1981
    • 47 D.H.C. Statement on Off-Shore, Aug. 7, 1981
    • 48 D.H.C. Urges Examination of Wind Power, Aug. 13, 1981
    • 49 D.H.C. Calls for Private Sector Involvement in Govt. Tasks, Sept. 9, 1981
    • 50 D.H.C. Approves BLM's New, Strict Fire Regulations, Sept. 11, 1981
    • 51 D.H.C. Says Slowing of Retirement Rate May Relieve Soc. Sec. System, Sept. 14, 1981
    • 52 D.H.C. Writes Letter to President on Interest Rates, Sept. 18, 1981
    • 53 D.H.C. Asks Questions, Gets Answers From Social Security Admin., Sept 21, 1981
    • 54 D.H.C. Co-sponsors Mandatory Sentencing Bill, Sept. 29, 1981
    • 55 D.H.C. Asks Questions on Hostage Compensation Recommendation, Sept. 30, 1981
    • 56 D.H.C. and Public Works Committee Streamline Construction Gr. Prog., Oct. 5, 1981
    • 57 D.H.C. Reacts to Sadat Assassination, Oct. 6, 1981
    • 58 D.H.C. Reflects on Aftermath of Sadat Assassination, Oct. 7, 1981
    • 59 D.H.C. Co-sponsors Bill to Control Federal Lending, Oct. 7, 1981
    • 60 D.H.C. Says We Can Get "More for Less" in Rural Economic Development, Oct. 9, 1981
    • 61 D.H.C. Sponsors Rural Enterprise Zone Legislation, Oct. 16, 1981
    • 62 D.H.C. Urges Modernization of FAA Air Traffic Computers, Oct. 21, 1981
    • 63 D.H.C. Writes a Letter to Secy. Regan, Oct. 23, 1981
    • 64 D.H.C. Calls for Ways to Conquer Barrier of "Lack of Choice", Oct. 26, 1981
    • 65 D.H.C. Praises Development of Nat'l Tourism Policy, Oct. 28, 1981
    • 66 D.H.C. Writes Letter to Reagan on Drunk Driving, Oct. 30, 1981
    • 67 D.H.C. Calls for Nominations to Nat'l Public Lands Advisory Bd., Nov. 3, 1981
    • 68 D.H.C. Announces Hearing on Rural Enterprises Zone Legislation, Nov. 5, 1981
    • 69 D.H.C. Receives Letter From Murray Weidenbaum, Nov. 9, 1981
    • 70 D.H.C. Asked to Take Lead Role in Rural Economic Development, Nov. 12, 1981
    • 71 D.H.C. Says Block Grants "Wave of Future in Interview With County Ns.", Nov. 6, 1981
    • 72 D.H.C. Says Bus Dereg. Bill Passes Out of Committee, Nov. 18, 1981
    • 73 D.H.C. Sends Thanksgiving Message to Redwood Empire, Nov. 19, 1981
    • 74 D.H.C. Previews Geneva Negotiations, Nov. 25, 1981
    • 75 D.H.C. Appoints Bill Adams to Staff, Nov. 27, 1981
    • 76 D.H.C. Concerned About Drug Abuse, Dec. 2, 1981
    • 77 D.H.C. Pauses and Reflects on Idea of Rural Enterprise Zones, Dec. 5, 1981
    • 78 D.H.C. Thinks Federal research money Should Go to Small Business, Dec. 7, 1981
    • 79 D.H.C. Sees Hopeful Signs in Break on Mortgage Rates, Dec. 11, 1981
    • 80 D.H.C. Says "No" to Nuclear Sub Dump, Dec. 10, 1981
    • 81 D.H.C. Discusses Water Issues With Sacramento Valley Officials, Dec. 12, 1981
    • 82 D.H.C. Letter to Pres. On Soc. Sec., Dec.16, 1981
    • 83 D.H.C. Co-sponsors HELP Bill, Dec. 21, 1981
    • 84 D.H.C. Gives Foreign Policy Views to TROA, Jan. 14, 1982
    • 85 D.H.C. and Chappie Join Forces on Dam Safety Bill, Jan. 28, 1982
    • 86 D.H.C. Announces He Will Run Again, Feb. 19, 1982
    • 87 D.H.C. Proposes Some Tax Alternative, Feb. 22, 1982
    • 88 D.H.C. Promotes Shasta Daisy, Feb. 4, 1982
    • 89 D.H.C. Praises "New Federalism" to Group of Mayors, Feb. 6, 1982
    • 90 D.H.C. Writes Letter to President in Support of Solar Credit, Feb. 10, 1982
    • 91 D.H.C. Urges Small Business Export Strategy, Feb. 15, 1982
    • 92 D.H.C. Writes Japanese Prime Minister on Defense, Feb. 17, 1982
    • 93 D.H.C. Says We Should Protect the National Parks We Have, Feb. 24, 1982
    • 94 D.H.C. Letter to Haig on Fishing Issues, Feb. 27, 1982
    • 95 D.H.C. Meets With Secy. Pierce on Housing Problems, Feb. 28, 1982
    • 96 D.H.C. Statement on Reclamation Bill, March 1, 1982
    • 97 D.H.C. Says Housing Initiative at White House, March 2, 1982
    • 98 D.H.C. Says Housing Idea in "Final 4", March 4, 1982
    • 99 D.H.C. and Secy. Pierce Discuss, March 5, 1982
    • 100 D.H.C. Receives Assurance From WH, March 6, 1982
    • 101 D.H.C. Says Recession "Just About Over", March 8, 1982
    • 102 D.H.C. Learns Reapportionment "Not in Concrete", March 9, 1982
    • 103 D.H.C. Says Funds Should Be Used For Housing", March 12, 1982
    • 104 D.H.C. and Panetta Have Plan to Cal.'s Reps on PFMC, March 13, 1982
    • 105 D.H.C. Learns of Regan Enterprise Zone Plan, March 18, 1982
    • 106 D.H.C. Statement on Offshore Oil Plan, March 19, 1982
    • 107 D.H.C. Urges More Emphasis on Farm Export, March 19, 1982
    • 108 D.H.C. Monitoring Housing Task Force, March 22, 1982
    • 109 D.H.C. Says Govt. Should Sell Surplus Prop., March 29, 1982
    • 110 D.H.C. Writes Letter to Volcker, March 30, 1982
    • 111 D.H.C. Introduces Lugar Bill, April 1, 1982
    • 112 D.H.C. Requests Baldrige Call PFMC Back into Session, April 7, 1982
    • 113 D.H.C. on Nuclear Arms Freeze, April 22, 1982
    • 114 D.H.C. Co-sponsors "All Americans Week", April 25, 1982
    • 115 D.H.C. on Drunk Driving Legislation, April 29, 1982
    • 116 D.H.C. Amendment on Nuke Dumping, April 30, 1982
    • 117 D.H.C. Hails Positive Fishery Decision, May 3, 1982
    • 118 D.H.C Reacts to Offshore Oil Decision, May 4, 1982
    • 119 D.H.C. Says Border Patrol Raids Should Be Fair, May 5, 1982
    • 120 D.H.C. Says Deficits Do Matter, May 10, 1982
    • 121 D.H.C. at National Hearing on the Farm Economy, May 12, 1982
    • 122 D.H.C. Co-authors Oil Moratorium, May 12, 1982
    • 123 D.H.C. Says Mortgage Bill Veto-Proof, May 13, 1982
    • 124 D.H.C. Describes Comm. Highway Bill, May 17, 1982
    • 125 D.H.C. Receives Letter From R. Reagan, May 18, 1982
    • 126 D.H.C. Asks for Peripheral Canal Study, May 21, 1982
    • 127 D.H.C. Remarks at World Heritage Site, May 22, 1982
    • 128 Clausen Moves for Timber Relief, May 26, 1982
    • 129 D.H.C. Edwards Protest Outdated Data, May 28, 1982
    • 130 D.H.C. Q-and-A on Social Security, May 29, 1982
    • 131 D.H.C. Calls for Calm Re: Fed Res, June 4, 1982
    • 132 D.H.C. Statement on Nuclear Disarm., June 7, 1982
    • 133 D.H.C. Plan of Attack on Interest Rates, June 11, 1982
    • 134 D.H.C. Supports ACC Bill, June 14, 1982
    • 135 D.H.C. Hopes to Persuade Reagan on Housing Bill, June 15, 1982
    • 136 D.H.C. Calls Streamlining "Sneaky", June 16, 1982
    • 137 D.H.C. Hopes on H-Senate Conference, June 18, 1982
    • 138 D.H.C. Praises "Initiative" Reaching Ballot, June 24, 1982
    • 139 Nuclear Sub Bill Clears House Panel, June 24, 1982
    • 140 D.H.C. Hails Landmark Small Bus. Bill, June 25, 1982
    • 141 D.H.C. Views on Cong. Tax Breaks, June 28, 1982
    • 142 D.H.C. Intros. Insanity Plea Bill, June 29, 1982
    • 143 D.H.C. Praises Oil Ban in Wilderness, July 5, 1982
    • 144 D.H.C. Says CETA "on its way out", July 15, 1982
    • 145 D.H.C. Editorial- Worthy Programs OK, July 16, 1982
    • 146 D.H.C. Request for Mgt. With RR, July 20, 1982
    • 147 D.H.C. Looks for Ways to Cut Defense, July 17, 1982
    • 148 D.H.C. Editorial on Tax Cuts, July 21, 1982
    • 149 D.H.C. Commitment to Older Amer's., July 22, 1982
    • 150 D.H.C. Praises DOD Order on Private K's, July 22, 1982
    • 151 D.H.C. Moving on Two Housing Front, July 24, 1982
    • 152 D.H.C. Editorial on "Volunteer Init.", July 28, 1982
    • 153 D.H.C. Writes Letter to Schweiker, Aug. 5, 1982
    • 154 D.H.C. Urges Pension Funds for Housing, Aug. 9, 1982
    • 155 D.H.C. Calls for More Reg. Reform, Aug. 11, 1982
    • 156 D.H.C. Lauds Passage of FIFRA, Aug. 13, 1982
    • 157 D.H.C. "Joint Venture" with HUD, Aug. 18, 1982
    • 158 D.H.C. Bosco "One Who is Misleading", Aug. 19, 1982
    • 159 Clausen Views on Tax Bill, Aug. 23, 1982
    • 160 D.H.C. Works to Protect North Coast Job Training, Aug. 26, 1982
    • 161 D.H.C. Reasons on Veto Override, Sept. 15, 1982
    • 162 D.H.C. Leg. On Academy of Freedom, Sept. 15, 1982
    • 163 D.H.C. and USDA Pear Purchase, Sept. 16, 1982
    • 164 D.H.C. Letter Prompts SSDI Review, Sept. 18, 1982
    • 165 D.H.C. Co-sponsors Senior Bill, Sept. 20, 1982
    • 166 D.H.C., Watt Announce Payment in Lieu, Sept. 23, 1982
    • 167 D.H.C. Announces Cal Funds for FW, Sept. 27, 1982
    • 168 D.H.C. and Drunk Driving Bill, Sept. 30, 1982
    • 169 D.H.C. and "Inc." Award, Sept. 30, 1982
    • 170 D.H.C. and Missing Children, Oct. 4, 1982

  • Sub series: Clippings

  • Box 82
    • 1 Newspaper Clippings- Warm Springs Project, 1973-74
    • 2 Newspaper Clippings- National News and Politics, 1974
    • 3 Newspaper Clippings- District Politics, 1974
    • 4 Newspaper Clippings- District Politics, 1972-74
    • 5 Newspaper Clippings- National News and Politics, 1973-74
    • 6 Newspaper Clippings- Energy Crisis, 1974
    • 7 Newspaper Clippings- Postal Service, 1973
    • 8 Newspaper Clippings- Frank Belotti, 1972-73
    • 9 Newspaper Clippings- D.H.C. Legislation, 1972-74
    • 10 Newspaper Clippings- Butler Valley Project, 1967-73
    • 11 Newspaper Clippings- Clear Lake Project, 1973
    • 12 Newspaper Clippings- D.H.C. Academies, 1973
    • 13 Newspaper Clippings- Energy Crisis, 1973-74
    • 14 Newspaper Clippings- California Politics, 1972-74
    • 15 Newspaper Clippings- California Politics, 1974
    • 16 California Politics, 1973-74
    • 17 Newspaper Clippings- California Politics, 1974
    • 18 Newspaper Clippings- Humboldt Coast Guard Project, 1973
    • 19 Newspaper Clippings- D.H.C. Editorial Support (or not), 1973-74
    • 20 Newspaper Clippings- Lake Berryessa Project, 1973-74
    • 21 Newspaper Clippings- D.H.C. Feature Stories, 1966-74
    • 22 Newspaper Clippings- Del Norte County, 1973-74
    • 23 Newspaper Clippings- Mendocino County, 1972-74
    • 24 Newspaper Clippings- Napa County, 1973-74
    • 25 Newspaper Clippings- D.H.C. Photo Releases, 1973-74
    • 26 Newspaper Clippings- Sonoma County, 1972-74
    • 27 Newspaper Clippings- Humboldt County, 1973-74
    • 28 Newspaper Clippings- Lake County, 1972-74
    • 29 Newspaper Clippings- Del Norte County, 1974
    • 30 Newspaper Clippings- Sonoma County, 1974
    • 31 Newspaper Clippings- Sonoma County, 1973-74
    Box 83
    • 1 Don Clausen- 1st District California [Clippings], 1957-64
    • 2 [Flood 1964- Clippings], 1964-65
    • 3 '65 & '66 Clippings, 1964-66
    • 4 1968 (General) [Clippings], 1967-72
    • 5 P-I/P-O [Phase In-Phase Out/ Clippings], 1968
    • 6 Pictures [Of D.H.C.- Clippings], 1968
    • 7 Hofmann [Clippings], 1968
    • 8 Graham [Clippings], 1968
    • 9 Politics [District-Clippings], 1970-72
    • 10 Drug Abuse [Clippings], 1969
    • 11 Draft Reform [Clippings], 1969
    • 12 1968 Election [Clippings], 1968
    • 13 Point Reyes [Clippings], 1969
    • 14 Social Security [Clippings], 1969
    • 15 General [Clippings], 1968-70
    • 16 Aviation [Clippings], 1969
    • 17 Mendocino County [Clippings], 1969
    • 18 Marin County [Clippings], 1969
    • 19 Del Norte County [Clippings], 1969
    • 20 Dos Rios [Clippings], 1968
    • 21 Dos Rios [Clippings], 1969
    • 22 Sonoma County [Clippings], 1969
    • 23 Fishing Problems [Clippings], 1970
    • 24 Santa Rosa Quake [Clippings], 1969
    • 25 Reverse Migration [Clippings], 1969
    • 26 Pornography [Clippings], 1969
    • 27 Prisoners of War [Clippings], 1969
    • 28 Vietnam [Clippings], 1969
    • 29 Timber Supply Act [Clippings], 1969
    • 30 Land Law Review [Clippings], 1969
    • 31 HUD Flood Insurance [Clippings], 1969
    • 32 Flood Control Project Funding [Clippings], 1969
    • 33 Humboldt County [Clippings], 1969
    • 34 Environment [Clippings], 1969-70
    Box 84
    • 1 Econ Dev. District [Clippings], 1969
    • 2 Napa County [Clippings], 1969
    • 3 Tight Money [Clippings, 1969
    • 4 Student Loans [Clippings], 1969
    • 5 Disaster Relief Act of 1969 [Clippings], 1969
    • 6 Dams & Fish Wildlife [Clippings], 1969
    • 7 Airways Legislation [Clippings], 1969
    • 8 1969 Legislation [Clippings], 1969
    • 9 Awards- Honors [Clippings], 1968-69
    • 10 Academies [Clippings], 1969
    • 11 Committee Assignments [Clippings], 1969
    • 12 Eisenhower [Clippings], 1969
    • 13 Fall Questionnaire [Clippings], 1969
    • 14 Flood Control Public Works Trips [Clippings], 1969
    • 15 Mutiny Trial [Clippings], 1969
    • 16 Veterans Day [Clippings], 1969
    • 17 Warm Springs Dam and Butler Dam [Clippings], 1969-72
    • 18 Prayer Breakfasts [Clippings], 1970
    • 19 Legislation [Clippings], 1971
    • 20 Indian Affairs [Clippings], 1971
    • 21 Del Norte Counties [Clippings], 1971
    • 22 Humboldt County [Clippings], 1971
    • 23 Marin County [Clippings], 1971
    • 24 Mendocino County [Clippings], 1971-72
    • 25 Sonoma County [Clippings], 1971
    • 26 Napa County [Clippings], 1971
    • 27 Pt. Reyes [Clippings], 1971
    • 28 Fishing Bills [Clippings], 1971
    • 29 Election '72 [Clippings], 1971
    • 30 Editorials [Clippings], 1971
    • 31 Wild Rivers [Clippings], 1971-72
    • 32 Vietnam [Clippings], 1971
    • 33 Two Rock Ranch Station [Clippings], 1971
    • 34 Public Works Legislation [Clippings], 1971
    • 35 Pollution Legislation [Clippings], 1971
    • 36 Politics [Clippings], 1971
    • 37 Newspaper Pictures [Clippings], 1971
    • 38 Miscellaneous [Clippings], 1971-72
    • 39 Federal Spending in 1st District, 1971-72
    • 40 News File/ Fort Bragg Advocate News [Clippings], 1975-77
    • 41 News File/ Mendocino Beacon [Clippings], 1975-77
    • 42 News File/ Ukiah Daily Journal [Clippings], 1974-77
    • 43 News File/ Mendo Grapevine, Ukiah [Clippings], 1975-77
    • 44 News File/ The Willits News [Clippings], 1977
    • 45 News File/ Clearlake Observer [Clippings], 1977
    • 46 News File/ Lake County Record Bee, Lakeport [Clippings], 1977
    • 47 News File/ Lake Sun, Lakeport [Clippings], 1976-77
    • 48 News File/ Healdsburg Tribune [Clippings], 1977
    • 49 News File/ The Empire Farmer, Healdsburg [Clippings], 1977
    • 50 News File/ Cloverdale Reveille [Clippings], 1975-77
    • 51 D.H.C. [The River Journal], 1975
    • 52 News File/ Rohnert Park News [Clippings], 1975
    • 53 News File/ Petaluma Argus-Courier [Clippings], 1977
    • 54 News File/ Rohnert Part-Cotati Clarion, Cotati [Clippings], 1975-77
    • 55 News File/ Arcata Union [Clippings], 1977-78
    • 56 D.H.C. [Arcata Union], 1975-77
    • 57 News File/ The Times-Standard- Eureka [Clippings], 1977-80
    • 58 D.H.C. [Ferndale Enterprise- Clippings], 1976-77
    • 59 L.A. Times- D.H.C. Water Pollution Speech, Oct. 3, 1978
    • 60 Special Clippings Hand-picked by D.H.C., 1975-79
    • 61 News File/ Del Norte Triplicate- Crescent City [Clippings], 1977-78
    • 62 D.H.C. [Del Norte Triplicate- Clippings], 1977-78
    • 63 D.H.C. [Times-Standard- Clippings], 1975-78
    • 64 News File/ Humboldt Beacon and Advance- Fortuna [Clippings], 1977
    • 65 D.H.C. [Humboldt Beacon- Clippings], 1975-77
    • 66 D.H.C. [Press Democrat- Clippings], 1975-77
    • 67 News File/ Sebastopol Times [Clippings], 1977
    • 68 D.H.C. [Sebastopol Times- Clippings], 1977
    • 69 D.H.C. [Sonoma Index-Tribune- Clippings], 1975-77
    • 70 News File/ News Herald- Santa Rosa [Clippings], 1977-79
    • 71 D.H.C. [News-Herald- Clippings], 1976
    • 72 News File/ Weekly Calistoga [Clippings], 1980
    • 73 D.H.C. [Weekly Calistoga- Clippings], 1975
    • 74 News File/ Napa County Record [Clippings], 1975-77
    • 75 News File/ Napa Register [Clippings], 1975-77
    • 76 News File/ S.F. Chronicle [Clippings], 1976
    • 77 News File/ S.F. Examiner [Clippings], 1975-77
    • 78 Econews [Clippings], 1977
    • 79 Los Angeles Times [Clippings], 1977
    • 80 News File/ Santa Rosa Press Democrat [Clippings], 1977-79
    • 81 News File/ Redwood Record- Garberville [Clippings], 1975-76
    • 82 D.H.C. [Redwood Empire Labor Journal- Clippings], 1975-76
    • 83 News File/ The Round Valley News- Covello [Clippings], 1975-77
    • 84 News File/ The Klam-ity Kourier- Willow Creek [Clippings], 1977
    Box 85
    • 1 Press Clippings- The Times Standard, 1975
    • 2 Press Clippings- Humboldt Weeklies, 1975
    • 3 Press Clippings- Mendocino County, 1975
    • 4 Newspaper Clippings- Press Democrat, Jan.-Sept., 1976
    • 5 Press Clippings- Del Norte County, 1975
    • 6 Press Clippings- The Argus Courier, 1975
    • 7 Press Clippings- Lake County, 1975
    • 8 Press Clippings- Santa Rosa Press Democrat, 1975
    • 9 Press Clippings- Sonoma Weeklies, 1975
    • 10 Press Clippings- Napa County, 1975
    • 11 [Clippings- Loose with Foldered Clippings], 1975-76
    Box 86
    • 1 Del Norte Triplicate [Clippings], June-Oct., 1977
    • 2 Eureka Times Standard [Clippings], June-Oct., 1977
    • 3 Humboldt County Weeklies [Clippings], June-Oct., 1977
    • 4 Ukiah Daily Journal [Clippings], June-Oct., 1977
    • 5 Mendocino County Weeklies [Clippings], June-Oct., 1977
    • 6 Lake County (All) [Clippings, June-Oct., 1977
    • 7 Petaluma Argus Courier [Clippings], June-Oct., 1977
    • 8 Santa Rosa Press Democrat [Clippings], June-Oct., 1977
    • 9 Sonoma County Weeklies [Clippings], June-Oct., 1977
    • 10 Napa County (All) [Clippings], June-Oct., 1977
    • 11 News Clippings- D.H.C., Aug. 1-Aug. 15, 1977
    • 12 News Clippings- D.H.C., Aug. 16,- Aug. 31, 1977
    • 13 News Clippings- D.H.C., Sept 1-Sept. 15, 1977
    • 14 News Clippings- D.H.C., Sept 16-Sept. 30, 1977
    • 15 News Clippings- D.H.C., Oct. 1- Oct. 15, 1977
    • 16 News Clippings- D.H.C., Oct. 16- Oct. 31, 1977
    • 17 News Clippings- D.H.C., Nov. 1- Nov. 15, 1977
    • 18 News Clippings- D.H.C., Nov. 16- Nov. 30, 1977
    • 19 News Clippings- D.H.C., Dec. 1- Dec. 15, 1977
    • 20 News Clippings- D.H.C., Dec. 16- Dec. 31, 1977
    • 21 News Clippings- General, Aug. 1- Aug. 15, 1977
    • 22 News Clippings- General, Aug. 16- Aug. 31, 1977
    • 23 News Clippings- General, Sept. 1- Sept. 15, 1977
    • 24 News Clippings- General, Sept. 16- Sept. 30, 1977
    • 25 News Clippings- General, Oct. 1- Oct. 15, 1977
    • 26 News Clippings- General, Oct. 16- Oct. 31, 1977
    • 27 News Clippings- General, Nov. 1- Nov. 15, 1977
    • 28 News Clippings- General, Nov. 16- Nov. 30, 1977
    • 29 News Clippings- General, Dec. 1- Dec. 15, 1977
    • 30 News Clippings- General, Dec. 16- Dec. 31, 1977
    • 31 [Republican Radio Network], 1976
    Box 87
    • 1 Argus Courier [Clippings], Jan.-Sept., 1976
    • 2 Del Norte Triplicate [Clippings], Jan.-Sept., 1976
    • 3 Humboldt Weeklies [Clippings], Jan.-Sept., 1976
    • 4 Lake County [Clippings], Jan.-Sept., 1976
    • 5 Mendocino Weeklies [Clippings], Jan.-Sept., 1976
    • 6 Napa register [Clippings], Jan.-Sept., 1976
    • 7 Napa Weeklies [Clippings], Jan.-Sept., 1976
    • 8 Sonoma Weeklies [Clippings], Jan.-Sept., 1976
    • 9 Times Standard [Clippings], Jan.-Sept., 1976
    • 10 Ukiah D.J. [Clippings], Jan.-Sept., 1976
    • 11 Flood Recovery [Clippings], 1964-65
    Box 88
    • 1 News Releases on Klamath Fishing [Clippings], 1978
    • 2 News File/ Redwood Empire Labor Journal- Eureka [KVIQ Show- "Yurok Problems", 1979
    • 3 National Enquirer [Clippings], 1978
    • 4 KVIQ Editorials, 1977-79
    • 5 Clippings Selected by D.H.C. For Retention, 1977
    • 6 New York Times [Clippings], 1976
    • 7 Ernie Banker [Clippings], 1977
    • 8 Douglas Bosco [Clippings], 1977
    • 9 Mike Cage [Clippings], 1977
    • 10 Brian Kahn [Clippings], 1977
    • 11 Oscar Klee [Clippings], 1977
    • 12 Miscellaneous/ Non-district [Clippings], 1978
    • 13 News Clippings- D.H.C., Jan. 1- 15, 1978
    • 14 News Clippings- D.H.C., Jan. 16- 31, 1978
    • 15 News Clippings- D.H.C., Feb. 1- 15, 1978
    • 16 News Clippings- D.H.C., Feb. 16- 28, 1978
    • 17 News Clippings- D.H.C., March 1- 15, 1978
    • 18 News Clippings- D.H.C., March 16- 31, 1978
    • 19 News Clippings- D.H.C., April 1- 15, 1978
    • 20 News Clippings- D.H.C., April 16- 30, 1978
    • 21 News Clippings- D.H.C., May1- 15, 1978
    • 22 News Clippings- D.H.C., May 16- 31, 1978
    • 23 News Clippings- D.H.C., June 1- 15, 1978
    • 24 News Clippings- D.H.C., June 16- 30, 1978
    • 25 News Clippings- D.H.C., July 1- 15, 1978
    • 26 News Clippings- D.H.C., July 16- 31, 1978
    • 27 News Clippings- D.H.C., Aug. 1- 15, 1978
    • 28 News Clippings- D.H.C., Aug. 16- 30, 1978
    • 29 News Clippings- D.H.C., Sept. 1- 15, 1978
    • 30 News Clippings- General, Jan. 1- 15, 1978
    • 31 News Clippings- General, Jan. 16- 31, 1978
    • 32 News Clippings- General, Feb. 1- 15, 1978
    • 33 News Clippings- General, Feb. 16- 30, 1978
    • 34 News Clippings- General, March 1- 15, 1978
    • 35 News Clippings- General, March 16- 31, 1978
    • 36 News Clippings- General, April 1- 15, 1978
    • 37 News Clippings- General, April 16- 30, 1978
    • 38 News Clippings- General, May 1- 15, 1978
    • 39 News Clippings- General, May 16- 31, 1978
    • 40 News Clippings- General, June 1- 15, 1978
    • 41 News Clippings- General, June 16- 30, 1978
    • 42 News Clippings- General, July 1- 15, 1978
    • 43 News Clippings- General, July 16- 31, 1978
    • 44 News Clippings- General, Aug. 1- 15, 1978
    • 45 News Clippings- General, Aug. 16- 30, 1978
    • 46 News Clippings- General, Sept. 1- 15, 1978
    • 47 News Clippings- General, Sept. 16- 31, 1978
    • 48 News Clippings- General, Oct. 1- 15, 1978
    • 49 News Clippings- General, Oct. 16- 31, 1978
    • 50 News Clippings- General, Nov. 1- 15, 1978
    • 51 News Clippings- General, Nov. 16- 30, 1978
    • 52 News Clippings- General, Dec. 1- 15, 1978
    • 53 News Clippings- General, Dec. 16- 31, 1978
    Box 89
    • 1 D.H.C. Clippings, June 1, 1979
    • 2 News Clippings- General, Jan., 1979
    • 3 News Clippings- General, Feb., 1979
    • 4 News Clippings- General, March, 1979
    • 5 News Clippings- General, April, 1979
    • 6 News Clippings- General, May, 1979
    • 7 News Clippings- General, June, 1979
    • 8 News Clippings- D.H.C., Jan., 1979
    • 9 News Clippings- D.H.C., Feb., 1979
    • 10 News Clippings- D.H.C., March, 1979
    • 11 News Clippings- D.H.C., April, 1979
    • 12 News Clippings- D.H.C., May, 1979
    • 13 News Clippings- D.H.C., June, 1979
    • 14 News Clippings- D.H.C., July, 1979
    • 15 News Clippings- D.H.C., Aug., 1979
    • 16 News Clippings- D.H.C., Sept., 1979
    • 17 News Clippings- D.H.C., Oct., 1979
    • 18 News Clippings- D.H.C., Nov., 1979
    • 19 News Clippings- D.H.C., Dec., 1979
    • 20 Press Articles- General, Oct., 1980
    • 21 Beeper Report Sheets [Republican Broadcast], 1979-80
    • 22 Warm Springs [Clippings], 1979
    • 23 Orick [Clippings], 1979
    • 24 D.H.C. & RARE II/ Wilderness [Clippings], 1979
    • 25 Humboldt Bay Wastewater Authority [Clippings], 1979
    • 26 1902 Reclamation Law- 160 Acre Limitation [Clippings], 1979
    • 27 Geothermal [Clippings], 1979
    • 28 Beepers [Republican Radio Network], 1977-78
    • 29 Media Correspondence, 1979
    • 30 D.H.C. Clippings, 1979
    • 31 Warm Springs Dam, 1978-79
    • 32 Island Mountain Tunnel, 1978-79
    • 33-35 Clippings, 1981

  • Sub series: Photographs - A separate Access database containing supplied information about each image is available for searching. Most photographs were boxed together in labeled folders. These are found in photograph folders 0001-1310. The information from the labels, notes within the files, and notes on the back of photographs were recorded in the database. Don H. Clausen is usually abbreviated as DHC and M/M means Mr. and Mrs. In the few instances where misfiles were apparent to the cataloger they were left as found and noted in the database file.

    Photographs found in all other files were removed in the following process: a removal slip inserted in the original file, title of file recorded and all available information entered into the Access database. These photographs occupy folders 1311 to 1399.

    Clausen displayed many framed photographs in his offices. For space and preservation reasons many of these were removed from their frames. A few, especially large photographs were left in frames in anticipation of exhibitions.

    All photographs are now rehoused in archival folders. Where negatives were found with prints the negatives were sleeved in archival envelopes and the folder number recorded, a notation was made in the database file as well. Additionally, there are about 460 negatives that have no identifying information and although they have been retained in the collection they have not be cataloged.

    Time did not permit further research into the full names of persons or places recorded in the images.

  • Box 90
    • Photograph files 1-220
    Box 91
    • Photograph files 221-420
    Box 92
    • Photograph files 421-630
    Box 93
    • Photograph files 631-860
    Box 94
    • Photograph files 861-1124
    Box 95
    • Photograph files 1125-1300
    Box 96
    • Photograph files 1301-1379
    Box 97
    • Photograph files 1380-1490 and 1525-1582
    Box 98
    • Catalogued negatives - catalogued in separate database
    • Uncatalogued negatives - approximately 460 envelopes of negatives

  • Sub series: Plaques/Awards - Some of these were removed from frames, some are wooden plaques and kept intact.

  • Box 99
    • 1 [Award - National Aviation Club], 1963
    • 2 [Award - Russian River Resort Owners Ass'n], 1967
    • 3 [Award - California Real Estate Association], 1969
    • 4 [Award - California Jaycees], 1970
    • 5 [Award - California Aerospace Education Association], 1970
    • 6 [Award - Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners], 1973
    • 7 [Award - New Spirit of '76 Foundation], 1976
    • 8 [Award - National Forest Products Association], 1976
    • 9 [Award - The Conservative Caucus], 1977
    • 10 [Award - Amoco - WGMS], 1980
    • 11 [Award - Redwood Region Conservation Council]
    • 12 [Award - United Airlines]
    • 13 [Membership, Honorary - Arcata Kiwanis Club], 1982
    Box 100
    • 1 [Award - 4-H], 1965
    • 2 [Award - Americans for Constitutional Action], 1971
    • 3 [Award - Americans for Constitutional Action], 1967
    • 4 [Award - Americans for Constitutional Action], 1980
    • 5 [Award - Petaluma Chamber of Commerce], 1981
    • 6 [Award - California Rural Indian Health Board]
    • 7 [Award - Indian Tribal Council of Northern California]
    • 8 [Award - March of Dimes]
    • 9 [Quote... no telling... good... who... credit]
    • 10 [Certificate - Special Election - CA Secretary of State]

  • Sub series: Scrapbooks - Scrapbooks placed in this category are items presented to Clausen. Information from scrapbooks generated by Clausen's office are in the Personal/Political/Official series (Box 16). Photocopies of select items were made and the original scrapbooks have been returned to the Clausen Family.

  • Box 100
    • 11 [Scrapbook - 4-H, Napa County], 1978
    • 12 [Scrapbook - 4-H, Humboldt County], 1978
    • 13 [Scrapbook - 4-H, Humboldt County], 1978-79
    • 14 [Scrapbook - 4-H, Napa], 1979
    • 15 [Scrapbook - 4-H, Sonoma County], 1979

  • Sub series: Recordings - Boxes 101 and 102 contain identified films, videos, and audio tapes. Boxes 103-108 contain unidentified items, often in obsolete formats.

  • Box 101
    • 1 [Video] Crown Circle Award Presentation, 1987
    • 2 [Video] Don Clausen At Rural Development Confr., 1981
    • 3 [Video - Warm Springs Dam, Clausen Fish Hatchery, Ch 13 News]
    • 4 [Video] The Sky of Tomorrow, FAA
    • 5 [Video] High Water, Dry Creek, Russian River, 1974
    • 6 [Audio tape] Debate - Joseph H. Wherry vs. Albert J. Lima, 1965
      Copy 2 - set of four DVD disks copied in 2007 by Bongo Boy (McKinleyville; 707-839-5090) Audio quality not changed or adjusted
    • 7 [Film - "Enough is Enough" - protest of expansion of Redwood National Park], 1977; DVD copy created 2009
    • 8 [Film - "The Eel River: Friend and Foe"], 1970?
    • 9 [Film - Clem Miller speech for League of Women Voters], 1961
    Box 102
    • 1 [Film] "Clausen Speaks on Redwoods-to-the-Sea Plan" [Restored by Vidipax in 2003]
    • 2 [Film] Congressman Clausen's Film on M-16 Rifle [Malfunction weapons in Viet Nam], 1967
    • 3 [Film] Bold Adventure [Humanitarian use of aviation]
    • 4 [Film - Campaign], 1972
    • 5 [Film - "Heads," "Cong. Don H. Clausen," CINE Assoc.]
    • 6 [Film - Eisenhower speaking for Clausen's reelection], 1964?
    • 7 [Films (2) - Campaign spot ads]
    • 8 [Film - "Action on the Flood Front" re: restoring telephone service], 1965
    • 9 [Film - "In Search of the Last Redwood," CA Redwood Assn.], 1975?
    • 10 [Film - "Debrief: Apollo 8"]
    • 11 [Film/Videotape - from KIEM TV3, Eureka]
    Box 103
    • Approximately 29 items
    Box 104
    • Approximately 50 items
    Box 105
    • Approximately 23 items
    Box 106
    • Approximately 37 items
    Box 107
    • Approximately 33 items
    Box 108
    • Approximately 45 items
Series: Constituent Services - Most of the materials in this series are on microfiche. Some paper files are included after the fiche; these files and some of the categories of microfiche are restricted as they contain personal/confidential information. Access to these restricted materials must be arranged ahead of time with the Special Collections Librarian and all research plans must incorporate methods that will protect the privacy of individuals. See Constituent Services for more information.
Box 109
  • 2 boxes of microfiche and 2 index binders
Box 110
  • 2 boxes of microfiche and 1 index binder (access to box 4 of microfiche is restricted due to confidentiality)
Box 111
  • 1 box of microfiche and 2 boxes of duplicate microfiche (access to box 5 of microfiche and all duplicates restricted due to confidentiality)
Box 112
  • 21 folders: Job Inquiries and Recommendations in alphabetical files (restricted casework)
Box 113
  • Issue mail - Robo letters on various topics
  • 1 [Letter] 1 [1974]
  • 2 [Letter] 29 [1975]
  • 3 [Letter] 29A [1975]
  • 4 [Letter] 38 [1975]
  • 5 [Letter] 50 [1975]
  • 6 [Letter] 51 [1975]
  • 7 [Letter] 65 [1975]
  • 8 [Letter] 66 [1975]
  • 9 [Letter] 87 [1975]
  • 10 [Letter] 88 [1975]
  • 11 [Letter] 99 [1975]
  • 12 [Letter] 111 [1975]
  • 13 [Letter] 112 [1975]
  • 14 [Letter] 114 [1975]
  • 15 [Letter] 116 [1975]
  • 16 [Letter] 122 [1975]
Series: Official Administration
Box 113:17-21
  • 17 [Clausen Business Cards - eleven varieties]
  • 18 [Boxed Archives Records Lists] 1 of 2 [1963-82]
  • 19 [Boxed Archives Records Lists] 2 of 2 [1963-82]
  • 20 [Constituent services, Federal Agency information] [1965?]
  • 21 [Rolodex] [1970s?]
Series: From Don Clausen's Home
  • Sub series: Personal/Political/Official

  • Box 114
    • 1 Clausen News Releases (November), [1962]
    • 2 Bork, Norma, [1978-1980]
    • 3 Editorial Reprints - 1st Campaign, 1962-63
    • 4 Marin - Position Brochures
    • 5 Clausen, Don - Positions, 1962-1963
    • 6 Marin County Precinct Info, [1962]
    • 7 Clausen Correspondence, [1962-64]
    • 8 [Campaigns - loose materials], [1963-80]
    • 9 [Campaigns], [1963-82]
    • 10 '64 Campaign Clippings
    • 11 Politics Miscellaneous - William Kortum, [1964-70]
    • 12 Campaign, 1966 Don Clausen Congratulatory Letters and Telegrams
    • 13 Volunteers, [1963-66]
    • 14 Volunteers for 1966 Campaign (Want to help Don Clausen)
    • 15 Election Results - Total Votes Cast - Primary, 1966
    • 16 Campaign, 1966
    • 17 Campaign Organization, 1966
    • 18 Campaign - 1966 - General, [1966-68]
    • 19 District-wide Team (For Don H. Clausen - 1966)
    • 20 General Election, Nov. 1966, [Clippings]
    • 21 Campaign - 1966 Don Clausen Thank You Letters
    • 22 Campaign - 1966 - Editorials Re: Congressman Don Clausen
    • 23 Campaign 1966 - Newspaper Clippings General
    • 24 Campaign 1966 - Newspaper Endorsements of Congressman Don Clausen
    • 25 Campaign 1966 - Political
    • 26 Candidates - 1968 (General)
    • 27 DHC Youth for Clausen, [1968]
    • 28 Campaign, 1970
    • 29 Candidates (General), 1970
    • 30 1970 Clausen Campaign
    • 31 Clausen - 1970 Campaign Organization
    • 32 Candidate's Campaign Statement General Election, 1970
    • 33 California Primary (June 3, 1970)
    • 34 Campaign Finance, 1970
    • 35 Campaign 1968 - Finance
    • 36 [Politics - Campaign, 1968]
    Box 115
    • 1 [Politics - Election Results], [1970-72]
    • 2 Politics National General, [1970-73]
    • 3 Politics Miscellaneous Ratings, [1968-74]
    • 4 Politics National Republican National Committee, [1971-74]
    • 5 Politics State General, [1970-74]
    • 6 Politics Campaign '72 Public Relations, [1971-74]
    • 7 Politics District General, [1972-74]
    • 8 Politics Campaign '72 Thank You To Others, 1972
    • 9 Politics Campaign '72 Thank You To DHC, 1972
    • 10 Politics Campaign '72 Organization, 1972
    • 11 Politics Campaign '72 Nighswonger
    • 12 Politics Campaign '72 Material/Brochures
    • 13 Politics Campaign '72 Election Returns, 1972
    Box 116
    • 1 Politics Campaign '72 Endorsements, 1972
    • 2 Politics Campaign '72 Contributors, 1972
    • 3 Politics National Nixon, [1972-73]
    • 4 Politics Miscellaneous Labor, [1972]
    • 5 Politics Miscellaneous Inaugural Project, [1972-73]
    • 6 Politics Campaign '72 Clippings
    • 7 Election File Press Clippings, 1972
    • 8 Watergate, 1973
    • 9 Clausen Clippings, [1973-74]
    • 10 Politics District 1974 Questionnaire, 1974
    • 11 Congratulations Letters Election, 1974
    • 12 Politics Miscellaneous League of Women Voters, [1974]
    • 13 Politics Miscellaneous Nader Report, [1974]
    • 14 [Correspondence - received - campaign], [1974-80]
    • 15 Survey Evaluations, [Year Klee was opponent]
    • 16 Politics Campaign '74 Volunteer, [1973-74]
    • 17 Politics Campaign '74 Thank You To Others, [1974]
    • 18 Politics Campaign '74 Barbara Richter, [1973-74]
    • 19 Politics Campaign '74 Material - Brochures, [1973-74]
    • 20 Politics Campaign '74 John O. Lund, Jr., [1974]
    • 21 Politics Campaign '74 Barry Keene, [1973-75]
    • 22 Politics Campaign '74 Oscar Klee - General , [1974]
    • 23 Politics Campaign '74 Election Returns, [1974]
    • 24 Politics Campaign '74 Coalition For Effective Congress, [1974]
    • 25 Politics Campaign '74 DHC - General, [1974]
    • 26 Politics Campaign '74 M. John Boskovitch, [1973-74]
    • 27 Politics Campaign '72 Congrats To Others, 1972
    • 28 Politics Campaign '72 Congrats, 1972
    • 29 Politics District 1973 Questionnaire, 1973
    • 30 Politics District Sonoma County, [1973-74]
    • 31 Politics District Napa County, [1973-74]
    • 32 Politics District Mendocino County, [1973-74]
    • 33 Politics District Lake County, [1973-74]
    • 34 Politics District Del Norte County, [1973-74]
    • 35 Politics District Humboldt County, [1973-74]
    Box 117
    • 1 Politics State - State Central Committee, [1973-74]
    • 2 Politics Campaign '74 Jim Brown, [1974]
    • 3 Politics Campaign '74 Organization, [1973-74]
    • 4 Politics Campaign '74 General, [1973-74]
    • 5 [Campaigns - official reports - loose materials], [1973-74]
    • 6 [Politics - Campaign - 74], [1974]
    • 7 [Oscar Klee - 1974 Campaign]
    • 8 Hanratty, James News Releases - Copies - 1974
    • 9 [Survey], [1976]
    • 10 Election 1974 Total and Statistics
    • 11 Nomination Papers, 1974
    • 12 Politics Candidates Barry Keene, [1975-79]
    • 13 Oscar Klee, [1975-76]
    • 14 Politics Miscellaneous Business [Oscar Klee]
    • 15 Jerry Hill, [1976]
    • 16 Levinger, Lee Campaign Advertising, 1975/76
    • 17 Groom, James, 1976
    • 18 Committee To Re-elect 1975 - Sonoma County
    • 19 Committee To Re-elect Organization, 1976
    • 20 Committee To Re-elect Memo's From The Campaign Office '76
    • 21 1976 Campaign Medical Support for DHC, 1976
    • 22 Campaign - Thank You List, 1976
    • 23 DMI Material, [1976]
    • 24 DHC Fact Sheets, [1975]
    • 25 [Politics - Campaign & Elections - loose materials], [1976]
    • 26 Politics Miscellaneous General [Napa Farm Bureau], [1976]
    • 27 DHC - "Ten Reasons Why" 1976
    • 28 DHC Letters Of Endorsements, 1976
    • 29 Ads - 1976 Campaign DHC
    • 30 Election Results General Election, 1976
    • 31 Second Congressional Boosters, 1975
    • 32 Spencer Roberts Woodward and McDowell Campaign '76
    • 33 Press Releases Campaign, 1976
    • 34 Nomination Papers, 1976
    • 35 Politics Campaign 1978 General
    • 36 Election Results, 1978
    • 37 General Election Statement of the Vote, 1978
    • 38 Politics Candidates Barbara Wrede, [1978]
    • 39 Bork, etc. [Clippings], [1978-79]
    • 40 [Campaign clippings], [1978]
    • 41 [Campaign - Overview], [1978]
    • 42 Gordon Tippit Material For Meeting Saturday, October 7th, 1978 [Elections]
    • 43 [Survey of Voters' Attitudes and Preferences], [1979]
    • 44 Spencer Roberts Woodward & McDowell, Consultant Proposals, 1979
    • 45 Young, George, [1979-80]
    • 46 Endorsements, 1980
    • 47 Politics Boosters General, [1978]
    • 48 Charles A. Collins
    • 49 Politics Candidates Irv Sutley, [1977]
    • 50 Politics Miscellaneous Common Cause, [1978]
    • 51 Brian Kahn, [1979]
    • 52 Peter Windrem, [1979]
    • 53 Press Releases & Clippings [Campaign], Personalities & Projects, [1980]
    • 54 [Campaign], [1980]
    • 55 Campaign Radio Spots, 1980
    • 56 DHC Editorials 1982 [Campaign Materials - General], [1980-82]
    • 57 Endorsement Letters From the Jewish Community, 1980
    • 58 Endorsements - 1979-1980
    Box 118
    • 1 [Report on Voters' Attitudes and Preferences], [1980]
    • 2 Windrem, Peter For Congress, 1980
    • 3 Election Results General Election, 1980
    • 4 Freeze Pac/Peace Pac Info, [1982]
    • 5 Misc. Articles, [1982]
    • 6 Committee to Re-elect DHC Federal Election Report Jan. 31st Year End Report 1981, [1970-81]
    • 7 Congressman For The Second Congressional District From 1850 to Current, [1981]
    • 8 [Survey of Voters' Opinions], [1982]
    • 9 Pac Booklet, [1982]
    • 10 [Bosco Information] [Folder contents were all in file envelope], [1982]
    • 11 Bosco News Clippings, 1982
    • 12 Newspaper, [1981-82]
    • 13 [Committee to Re-elect], [1982]
    • 14 DHC Endorsement File, 1982
    • 15 Keene News Clippings, 1982
    • 16 Kahn News Clippings, 1982
    • 17 Koenigshofer News Clippings, 1982
    • 18 Koepf News Clippings, 1982
    • 19 Bosco, [1980-82]
    • 20 F.P.P.C. Complaint, [1978-82]
    • 21 Misc - 82, [1982]
    • 22 Bosco Misc., 1982
    Box 119
    • 1 DHC Political News Clippings, 1982
    • 2 New Cities, [1981-82]
    • 3 Election File, 1982
    • 4 Election Results, 1982
    • 5 DHC - Post Election - 1982 Clippings
    • 6 Misc. Political Opinions, Ideas, Editorials, Etc., [1980-82]
    • 7 Bosco - Post Election - 1982
    • 8 Bosco Clippings 1982
    • 9 Misc. Demo Clippings - 1983
    • 10 Republican Clippings - 1983
    • 11 Fact Sheets [Campaign], [1982]
    • 12 Testimonials [Campaign]
    • 13 [Clippings], [1982]
    • 14 [Correspondence received - Post Election - 1982]
    • 15 Federal Election Report Committee to Re-Elect DHC Twelfth Day Report before the Primary, [1982]
    • 16 Federal Election Report Committee to Re-Elect DHC April 15th Report, [1982]
    • 17 Committee To Re-Elect DHC 5/20/82 to 6/30/82, 1982
    • 18 Committee To Re-Elect DHC 10/1/82 to 10/13/82, 1982
    • 19 Committee To Re-Elect DHC 7/1/82 to 9/30/82, 1982
    • 20 Reapportionment - 1983
    • 21 [Don and Ollie Clausen's Cook Book]
    • 22 [Campaign Literature], [1962-82]
    • 23 [Campaign buttons, stickers, hand-out items - ten varieties]
    • 24 [Campaign bumper stickers - six varieties]
    • 25 [Campaign stationary - three varieties, and envelopes]
    • 26 [Campaign literature - twenty varieties]
    Box 120
    • 1 Politics Miscellaneous Common Cause, [1971-74]
    • 2 Nixon Administration, [1969-70]
    • 3 Politics Miscellaneous Ratings , [1975-79]
    • 4 [Republican Party - loose materials], [1966-87]
    • 5 ["Del Norte Republican Rumors"], [1987]
    • 6 [Inauguration - 1965]
    • 7 [Inaugural events], [1969-81]
    • 8 Certificates of Appreciation [from DHC]
    • 9 [Activities, recognitions - loose materials], 1963-83
    • 10 [4 H Award], [1968]
    • 11 [Signs - There's No Telling...credit, Indian Prayer, Home Rule
    • 12 [Clausen Biographical]
    • 13 [Congressional Certificate of Merit], [1992]
    • 14 Letter to Dawn Marie from Ole Dad, [1970]
    • 15 [Clausen Family]
    • 16 DHC Personal, [1964-67]
    • 17 Souvenir Giveaways
    • 18 [There's no telling...good...credit...quote]
    • 19 [Home Rule Theme]
    • 20 [Chief Joseph quote - compliments of Williams Family on Klamath River
    • 21 (88-2) Advisory Committee on "Conservation" [and Redwood National Park], [1963-64]
    • 22 [Redwood National Park - Redwoods To The Sea], [1966-67]
    • 23 [Redwood National Park], [1966-82]
    • 24 [Six Rivers Forest - Fox Planning Unit on S. Fork Smith River; Kruger Rpt.], [1976]
    • 25 [Redwood National Park - Grove Dedication ideas], [1982]
    • 26 Redwood Park By-Pass Highway Ribbon-cutting, [1992]
    Box 121
    • 1 [Aviation Education - loose materials], [1984-91]
    • 2 [Retirement from FAA], [1988-92?]
    • 3 [Appreciation Certificates - Aviation], [1985]
    • 4 [Petaluma Airport], [1985-89]
    • 5 [NASAO - FAA Airport Planning - Project Recommendations], [1990-91]
    • 6 DHC Remarks to the California Assn. of Airport Executives 6/26/69
    • 7 Aviation [1967-97]
    • 8 [Aviation - California], [1972]
    • 9 [Aviation First World Congress on Aerospace Educ.], [1979]
    • 10 [Aviation - DHC Biography]
    • 11 [Aviation], [1969-90]
    • 12 [Space - Apollo, etc.], [1971]
    • 13 Aviation - School Program - Aviation First District & General [1963-66]
    • 14 [Baseball - Congress], [1965-68]
    • 15 Livermore, Norman B., California Resources Agency - Under Reagan, Statements, Clippings, [1967]
    • 16 [Correspondence sent - Admin. Asst.], [1970]
    • 17 [Correspondence - sent], [1970-71]
    • 18 [Correspondence - received - loose materials], [1971-85]
    • 19 Congratulations FM DHC, [1977-78]
    • 20 Invitations District Misc. [1979-80]
    • 21 [Travel (not campaign)], [1966-81]
    • 22 [Travel] Jan 30 - Feb 2 [1981]
    • 23 [Travel] Jan 14-17, 1981
    • 24 [Travel] Jan 23-25, 1981
    • 25 [Travel] Feb 10-18, 1981
    • 26 Bookkeeping General Travel Schedules, [1973-75]
    • 27 Panama - Inter-American Highway - Darien Gap Project, [1971]
    • 28 [Briefing Material - Codel Wright - Nicaragua], [1971]
    • 29 DHC Voting Record, [1966]
    • 30 [Voting record reports/indexes/scorecards], [1966-72]
    • 31 [Nader Questionnaire], [1972]
    • 32 [Schedule cards, notes - loose materials], [1982]
    • 33 Communism - General, [1959-67]
    • 34 [Peace Corps Training - Ghana], [1963]
    • 35 Jenner Harbor, [1963-70]
    • 36 P.G. & E - General Bodega Plant Humboldt Bay, [1963-64]
    Box 122
    • 1 [Floods - Humboldt & Del Norte Countries], [1963-66]
    • 2 Highways - [includes Redwood National Park area], [1963-68]
    • 3 Conservation, [1963-70]
    • 4 Aviation General, [1964-68]
    • 5 Federal Aid Highway Act, [1964-66]
    • 6 Elementary and Secondary Education Amendments 1966, [1964-66]
    • 7 1964 - Flood Reprints Sent to Clausen from Eureka Chamber of Commerce, [1965-71]
    • 8 Tsunami - Crescent City
    • 9 Flood - 1966, [Clippings]
    • 10 [Forest Products Industry - National Lumber Manufacturers Assn.], [1964]
    • 11 Oceanography [College of the Redwoods also], [1965-69]
    • 12 DHC Newsletters - "Washington Report," [1965-69]
    • 13 Calif. North Coast Water Resource Developments Monday August 1, 1966, [1966-73]
    • 14 Clausen - Questionnaire, 1966
    • 15 Community Development Programs, [1966-68]
    • 16 Flood Control, [1966-72]
    • 17 [Viet Nam], [1967]
    • 18 Richardson Bay, [1967-68]
    • 19 Helicopter Operations, [1967-71]
    • 20 Public Works Projects, Rohnert Park Expressway, Klamath Levees - Corps of Engineers, [1967-78]
    • 21 Viet Nam - Hearst Editorial, [1968]
    • 22 [Blueprint for Peace], [1968-69]
    • 23 Indian Problems - District Wide [includes some Jessie Short material], [1964-67]
    • 24 [Asian Highway], [1968]
    • 25 Academies - Correspondence, [1968-72]
    • 26 First C.D. Convention, 9/27/69
    • 27 Newsletter & Questionnaire, 1969
    • 28 Religious Issues SDA, [1970]
    • 29 [Rep. Jerry Pettis], [1970]
    • 30 [Rohnert Park Overpass], [1970-72]
    • 31 Nixon Letter to DHC - Pan American Highway, [1971]
    • 32 Two Rock Ranch Station, [1971]
    • 33 [Two Rock Ranch Station, Engineer Information], [1971]
    • 34 [Correspondence - issue related - misc], [1971-73]
    • 35 International [Ecuador 1971, Freedom Academy, 1982], 1971-1982
    • 36 [Staff and intern - lists, memos], [1971-82]
    • 37 Eel River - Russian River, [1979-80]
    • 38 [Lake County], [1972]
    • 39 [King Range], [1974]
    • 40 [200 mile limit -off shore], [1975]
    • 41 [Sonoma County People for Economic Opportunity], [1975-78]
    • 42 [World Congress on Aerospace Education], [1979]
    • 43 Warms Spring Dam, [1979]
    • 44 [District Projects - Notices from Federal Agencies], [1979-80]
    Box 123
    • 1 Lake Berryessa W & P Sub, [1979-80]
    • 2 Reagan Transition Team - Jobs, [1980]
    • 3 [Public Works issues], [1980-81]
    • 4 [Appointment requests, correspondences, assorted items], [1980-81]
    • 5 [Marine Affairs and Navigational Confr.], [1981]
    • 6 [Thrasher, E.W., "Successful Inventing Innovating And" manuscript; Mendocino Co.], [1981]
    • 7 [Certificate of Commendation - loose materials], [1981]
    • 8 [Gasquet - Orleans Road], [1982]
    • 9 [Transportation - Urban Mass Transportation Admin; Second District Projects], [1982]
    • 10 [Notes from visit to district], [1982?]
    • 11 Crown Simpson Information, [1982]
    • 12 [Lake Sonoma]
    • 13 [Lake Sonoma]
    • 14 [Warm Springs Dam - Clausen Fish Hatchery]
    • 15 [Business Regulations - Wine Industry]
    • 16 [Albania - Prendusi], [1991-92]
    • 17 Congressman Don Clausen Air Terminal Dedication - Del Norte Airport, [1997]

  • Sub series: Legislation and Committees

  • Box 123
    • 18 [Bill files - sponsored by Clausen], [19??-82]
    • 19 Point Reyes: National Seashore, [1961-70]
    • 20 [Congressional record - loose materials], [1960s]
    • 21 Medi-Care Legislation 1968 Congressional Record Expert DHC, [1963-65]
    • 22 [Communities - House of Representatives & related statements], 1963-82
    • 23 P.W. Appropriations Testimony April 26, 1966 All district projects, 67, 69, 70, [1966]
    • 24 [Congress - H of R - Resolution, Statement], [1967]
    • 25 [Congressional Record - loose materials], [1970-1974]
    • 26 [Legislation - Taxes, Veterans, Highways], [1977-79]
    • 27 Legislative Profile, [1977-80]
    • 28 Alaska Statement, [1979]
    Box 124
    • 1 Water Resource Council, [1979-80]
    • 2 Water & Power Resources Subcmt 160 Acre Limitation, [1979-80]
    • 3 [160 Acre Limitation - Interim Report], [1980]
    • 4 Nuclear Freeze Issue, [1982]
    • 5 National Parks Subcommittee Tahoe, [1980]

  • Sub series: Press Relations/Media Activities

  • Box 124
    • 6 DHC - Speeches "Indian Prayer"
    • 7 DHC - Speeches "Home Rule & Tax Reform"
    • 8 DHC - Speeches "Home Rule"
    • 9 [Speeches - Prayer Breakfast]
    • 10 DHC - Speeches "The Americans Creed"
    • 11 DHC - Speeches "Opportunities"
    • 12 DHC - Speeches "Duty as seen by Lincoln"
    • 13 DHC - Speeches "Primrose Path"
    • 14 DHC - Speeches "Aviation," [1965-79]
    • 15 Economy: National, General, [1962?]
    • 16 DHC Remarks, Speeches, Statements, 1963-64
    • 17 DHC Remarks, Speeches, Statements, 1965
    • 18 DHC - Speeches "Viet Nam," [1965-71]
    • 19 [DHC - Speeches "redwood Creek Flood Control], [1966]
    • 20 [DHC - Speeches "Crescent City Harbor Projects"], [1966]
    • 21 DHC Remarks, Speeches, Statements, 1966
    • 22 DHC - Speeches "Vital Speeches 1966"
    • 23 DHC - Speeches "North Coast Water Resource Dev.", [1966]
    • 24 DHC - Speeches "Warm Springs (Dry Creek) Dam, [1966]
    • 25 DHC - Speeches "Fish Protein," [1966]
    • 26 DHC - Speeches "Redwood National Park," [1966-77]
    • 27 [Speeches], [1966-82]
    • 28 [Speeches - Redwoods To The Sea], [1967]
    • 29 DHC - Speeches "Foreign Affairs," [1967]
    • 30 DHC - Speeches "College Commencements," [1967]
    • 31 DHC Remarks, Speeches, Statements, 1967-68
    • 32 DHC - Speeches "Pam [sic] American Highway Program" [1967-71]
    • 33 DHC - Speeches "Youth," [1968]
    • 34 [DHC - Speeches "Redwood National Park"], [1968-77]
    • 35 DHC Remarks, Speeches, Statements, 1969
    • 36 DHC - Speeches "Cynthia Edwards," [1969]
    • 37 DHC - Speeches "Student Assistance," [1969]
    • 38 DHC - Speeches "Land Use Concept," [1969]
    • 39 DHC - Speeches "Campus Violence," [1969]
    • 40 DHC - Speeches "Drug Abuse", [1969-70]
    • 41 DHC - Speeches "Education," [1969-78]
    • 42 DHC - Speeches "Booster Newsletter," [1970-71]
    • 43 DHC - Speeches "Congress and the Environment," [1970]
    • 44 DHC - Speeches "Illegal Fishing," [1970]
    • 45 [DHC - Speeches "War Power"], [1970]
    • 46 DHC - Speeches "Population & Environment," [1970]
    • 47 DHC - Speeches "Kent State," [1970]
    • 48 DHC - Speeches "Industrial Arts Assoc.", [1970]
    • 49 DHC - Speeches "High School Commencements," [1970-73]
    • 50 DHC - Speeches "Religion," [1970-77]
    • 51 [DHC - Speeches "Watershed Conservancy," [1971]
    • 52 [DHC - Speeches "memorial Day," [1971]
    • 53 [DHC - Speeches "Mills-Brynes Bill," [1965]
    • 54 DHC - Speeches "Eel River Water Council," [1971]
    • 55 DHC - Speeches "Conservation," [1971]
    • 56 DHC - Speeches "Public Works," [1971-74]
    • 57 Speeches - 92nd Congress, [1972]
    Box 125
    • 1 DHC - Speeches "Decentralization," [1972]
    • 2 [DHC - Speeches - Water], [1972]
    • 3 [Speech Reference Material], [1972-74]
    • 4 DHC - Speeches "Education Advisory Committee," [1973]
    • 5 [DHC - Speeches "Education Advisory Committee"], [1973]
    • 6 DHC - Speeches "Crime" [1973]
    • 7 DHC - Speeches "Oceans & Atmosphere," [1973]
    • 8 DHC - Speeches "Lake Berryessa," [1973]
    • 9 DHC - Speeches "Forest Products," [1973]
    • 10 DHC - Speeches "Highway Bill," [1973]
    • 11 DHC - Speeches "Energy," [1973-80]
    • 12 [DHC - Speeches "Portrait of a Congressman"], [1974]
    • 13 DHC - Speeches "Dutch Flohr Retires," [1974]
    • 14 DHC - Speeches "Wage & Price Control," [1974]
    • 15 DHC - Speeches "William Simon," [1974]
    • 16 DHC - Speeches "Garberville," [1974]
    • 17 DHC - Speeches "Mass Trans. Act 1974"
    • 18 [DHC - Speeches "Shenandoah Valley Academy"]
    • 19 [DHC - Speeches "200-mile Marine"]
    • 20 DHC - Speeches "Rebate," [1975]
    • 21 DHC - Speeches "Sales, Profits, and American Technology," [1975]
    • 22 [DHC - Speeches "Labor Management"] Religious Freedom Amendment to NLRB "Conscience Clause," [1976]
    • 23 DHC - Speeches "Taxes" [1976]
    • 24 DHC - Speeches "Old Glory," [1976]
    • 25 DHC - Speeches "Federal Law," [1976]
    • 26 DHC - Speeches "Bicentennial," [1976]
    • 27 DHC - Speeches "Fred Telonicher," [1974]
    • 28 [DHC - Speeches "Eel - Russian Flow"], [1976]
    • 29 [DHC - Speeches "Revenue Sharing"], [1976]
    • 30 DHC - Speeches "Panama," [1977]
    • 31 DHC Speeches Second Session 95th Congress, [1977-78]
    • 32 DHC Speech Material, 1978
    • 33 Joint Powers Agreement [Eel-Russian Rivers] May 2, 78 [1978]
    • 34 [DHC - Speeches "Petaluma Leghorns"]
    • 35 DHC - Speeches "Consumer Protection," [1978]
    • 36 DHC - Speeches "Jeffords Amend." [1978]
    • 37 DHC - Speeches "Postal Standards," [1978]
    • 38 DHC - Speeches "The Remarkable 'Mr. C'," [1978]
    • 39 DHC - Speeches "SunDay," [1978]
    • 40 DHC Education Speech material, 1978
    • 41 DHC Cases and Groups could visit during visits to District, [1978]
    • 42 DHC "Controlling Inflation," 1978
    • 43 DHC Extension of Remarks Second Session 95th Congress, [1978]
    • 44 Calif Human Develop Corp [Speech] March 23, 79 [1979]
    • 45 [DHC - Speeches "Kinetic Sculpture Race"], [1979]
    • 46 DHC - Speeches "Inglenook Vineyards," [1979]
    • 47 DHC - Speeches "Disabled Vet of Year," [1979]
    • 48 DHC Speeches 96th Congress, [1979-80]
    • 49 DHC Speeches, 1980
    • 50 Rotary 1980
    • 51 DHC - Speeches "Economy"
    • 52 DHC - Speeches "Cotati Chamber of Commerce," [1980]
    • 53 [Speech - Sonoma County Medical Society], [1980]
    • 54 DHC - Speeches "Anderson Valley Historical Society," [1980]
    • 55 Model U.N. Speech - Napa - 4/11/81
    • 56 DHC Water Projects FY 1981
    • 57 DHC Voting Record Action Alert 97th Congress First Session, [1981]
    • 58 DHC Speech Material for 1981
    • 59 [Speeches - "Core Speech" - various topics, [1981-82]
    • 60 DHC 1982 Issue Update - Summer
    • 61 DHC Speeches [some Redwood National Park], 1982
    • 62 [Speeches], [1983-84]
    • 63 [DHC Speech - National University program], [1986]
    • 64 [Photos - photocopies with descriptive information]
    • 65 [Clippings - Aviation]
    • 66 [Clippings], 1960s
    • 67 [Clippings - RNP]
    • 68 DHC Congressional Record Excerpts, [1963-69]
    • 69 [Press Releases], [1968-81]
    • 70 [Clippings Del Norte Tripheate - mainly], [1964-65]
    Box 126
    • 1 [Newsletters - "Washington Report"], [1964-81]
    • 2 [Clippings (Whole papers) - Del Norte Triplicate - Tsunami], [1965]
    • 3 DHC News Releases, 1966
    • 4 [Clippings], [1966-68]
    • 5 DHC - Cong. Record Extracts, [1966-68]
    • 6 [Clippings], [1967-81]
    • 7 Press Releases 91st Congress, [1969-70]
    • 8 [Clippings], [1970-74]
    • 9 [Clippings - including DHC on Wash Post front page], 1970-79
    • 10 A Very Serious Energy Crisis - Remarks, Thursday, December 13, 1974
    • 11 [Congressional Record], 1975-82
    • 12 [Clippings], [1978]
    • 13 [Newsletters, Press Releases - loose materials], [1978-80]
    • 14 [Clippings], [1978]
    • 15 [Clippings], [1978-80]
    • 16 [Clippings], [1979]
    • 17 DHC Newspaper Clippings, 1980
    • 18 [Clippings], [1980]
    • 19 [Clipping], 1980-82
    • 20 [Press Releases], [1982]
    • 21 DHC News Clippings, 1982
    • 22 [Times-Standard's "Thank you Don" - edition], [1983]
    • 23 Clipping - Thank you, Don, 1983
    • 24 [Clippings], 1983-89
    • 25 [Clippings], 1990-1998
    • 26 [Clippings - unsorted]

  • Sub series: After Congress - Career and Public Service

  • Box 127
    • 1 [FAA - Aviation Education Policy], [1983]
    • 2 [Activities, Recognitions (except Aviation in Del Norte county)], [1983-1999]
    • 3 Aviation
    • 4 Aviation - California, 1983-1999
    • 5 California Transportation Commission - CTF Tranny Awards, [1992]
    • 6 [FAA & Clausen's work - Aviation] [1 of 2], [1983-1992?]
    • 7 [FAA & Clausen's Work - Aviation] [2 of 2], [1983-1992?]
    • 8 [Correspondence, clippings re: Clausen Congressional Coll. at HSU], [1984]
    • 9 [Transportation - Bus - re: P.L. 97 - 261], [1985]
    • 10 [Aviation Education], [1989-1991]
    • 11 [California Aviation System Plan - 5 vol.], [1991]
    • 12 [Correspondence - Frank Riggs], [1991]
    • 13 [Transportation - separating Trust funds from Unified Budget], [1996]
Series: Oversized Boxes
Box 128
  • Airplane sculpture to DHC from Hobart Brown for outstanding service, 1969
Box 129
  • [Congressional Seal]
Box 130
  • 3 items [Campaign thank you gift from DHC], [1972]
Box 131 (Boxes 131-137 may be searched in the Photograph Database)
  • Photo file 1491: [Dave Van de Mark's Redwood National Park Portfolio of 21 photos and captions; CRNP]
Box 132
  • Photo file 1492: [President Lyndon B. Johnson State of the Union Message 1967] - January 10, 1967
  • Photo file 1493: [LANDSAT Images of Vegetation conditions in S. Oregon and N. California] - May 9, 1977
  • Photo file 1494: [Swearing in of the 91st Congress] - January 3, 1969
  • Photo file 1495: [Point Reyes National Seashore]
  • Photo file 1496: [Man measuring Redwood]
  • Photo file 1497: [worker standing in Redwoods]
  • Photo file 1498: [Subcommittee on National Parks and Recreation Interior and Insular Affairs Committee U.S. House of Representatives 92nd Congress - 1971?]
  • Photo file 1499: Congress circa unknown
  • Photo file 1500: [DHC w/ Gerald Ford]
  • Photo file 1501: [Public Hearing Fort Smith, Arkansas] - April 26, 1969
  • Photo file 1502: [DHC w/ Douglas M. Costle] - November 29, 1979
  • Photo file 1503: Redwood Park Bill Signing Ceremony: Pen to DHC from Johnson - March 12, 1968
  • Photo file 1504: Wine Cellar Book Presented to President Nixon - April 7, 1970
  • Photo file 1505: [Construction at Warm Springs Dam --?]
  • Photo file 1506: [Camp Masonite Navarro Donated to Sonoma - Mendocino Area Council, BSA from Masonite Corp.] - August 29, 1973
  • Photo file 1507: [Don H. Clausen promotional poster - pencil portrait] - 1977?
  • Photo file 1508: [Founder's Hall - HSU]
  • Photo file 1509: [Carson Mansion, Eureka, California]
Box 133
  • Photo file 1510: [Japanese American Citizens League National Convention]-1972
  • Photo file 1511: [Color Composite Photo from Earth Resources Technology Satellite #1 including Humboldt County] - June 28, 1973
  • Photo file 1512: [Point Reyes Light House]
  • Photo file 1513: [Official Portrait of the United States House of Representatives 1972] - January 26, 1972
Box 134
  • Photo file 1514: [Kneeland Airport Dedication] - October 12, 1964
  • Photo file 1515: [DHC Receiving Doctor of Aviation Laws from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University]
  • Photo file 1516: [US House of Representatives Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs] - [93rd Congress - first session]
Box 135
  • Photo file 1517: [College of the Redwoods Photos] - 1976
  • Photo file 1518: [Lady Bird Johnson Grove dedication ceremony] - September 1969
Box 136
  • Photo file 1519: [Framed pencil drawing of DHC - portrait] - 1977
  • Photo file 1520: [Commemoration of the Samoa Bay Bridge Dedication, Eureka, CA] - May 21, 1971
  • Photo file 1521: [Redwood National Park Dedication as a World Heritage Site] -?
Box 137
  • Photo file 1522: [Portrait of DHC] - 1982
  • Photo file 1523: [Klamath River Bridge Washed out 1964 Flood] - 1965
  • Photo file 1524: [Jimmy Carter signing H.R. 2 Strip-mine Bill] - August 3, 1977
Box 138
  • From Redwood Park Informational Material, [1966-69]
Box 139
  • 1 [Statement of result, Special Election from CA Secretary of State], [1963]
  • 2 [Certificate of Nomination from CA Secretary of State], [1966]
  • 3 [Certificate of Election from CA Secretary of State], [1966]
  • 4 [Certificate of Election from CA Secretary of State], [1964]
  • 5 [Certificate of Election from CA Secretary of State], [1968]
  • 6 [Certificate of Nomination from CA Secretary of State], [1970]
  • 7 [Certificate of Election from CA Secretary of State], [1970]
  • 8 [Certificate of Election from CA Secretary of State], [1974]
  • 9 [Certificate of Election from CA Secretary of State], [1976]
  • 10 [Resolution from Committee on Public Works and Transportation re: Kluczynski], [1975]
  • 11 [Award - High Twelve International], [1973]
  • 12 [Award - Zane Junior High School, Eureka], [1975]
  • 13 [Recognition & Award - National Tribal Chairmen's Association], [1982]
  • 14 [Founding Member Certificate - Capital Historical Society], [1963]
  • 15 [Award - Navy League of the United States, Humboldt Bay Council], [1972]
  • 16 [Award - Young Americans for Freedom]
  • 17 [Award - Town of Ross], [1968]
  • 18 [Letter from Fred S. Rosenberg], [1964]
  • 19 [Award - National Aeronautic Association]
  • 20 [Award - CA State Dept. of Education re: Aviation]
  • 21 [Award - American Conservative Union], [1977]
  • 22 [Award - American Veterans, AMVETS]
  • 23 [Holiday Card from Staff, includes office humor], [1968?]
  • 24 [Award - State of Arkansas], [1969]
  • 25 [Award - National Small Business Association], [1972]
  • 26 [Award - 88th Club, "Freshman Congressman of the Week"], [1964]
Box 140
  • 1 [Award - Eureka Chamber of Commerce Harbor Committee], [1976]
  • 2 [FAA Mission, Values, Goals]
  • 3 [Resolution - Sonoma Board of Supervisors], [1983]
Box 141
  • 1 [Map - Land ownership Proposed Redwoods National Park; 2 transparent overlays over base map showing different boundary proposals], [1967]
  • 2 [Map - Humboldt County, Natural Hazard Disclosure (Fire)]
  • 3 [Map - Forest Classification Proposed Redwood National Park] Attached to map was "Property Ownership Schedule" - in Box 2 Folder 19, [1966]
  • 4 [15 Maps - Redwood National Park - rolled together], [1965-66?]
    • General Development Plan - Proposed Redwood National Park - 2 copies
    • Boundary Map - 2 copies
    • Scenic Park Road
    • Important watersheds involved in Redwoods Preservation - 2 copies
    • Land Ownership - 2 copies
    • Redwood National Park Proposals - 2 copies
    • Redwood National Park as proposed by The Sierra Club - 2 copies
    • National Redwood Park and Seashore (Clausen Plan) - 2 copies
  • 5 [Map - Redwood National Park], [1990s?]
  • 6 [Map - Public Use Airports, California], [1988]
  • 7 [Resolution - California Legislature, Assembly], [1996]
  • 8 [Campaign posters - 3, approx 13" x 11"]
  • 9 [Campaign poster 21.5" x 13.5" approx.]
  • 10 [Campaign poster 21.5" x 28" approx.]
Box 142
  • 1 [Redwood Sciences Laboratory - architect's rendering; Arcata]
Series: Related Materials
Box 143
  • 1 [Warm Springs Dam Clippings on Microfilm and Souvenir book from Friends of Lake Sonoma Assn.], [1974 - 83]
  • 2 [Clausen Papers presented to HSU, videos (2) TV - KVIQ and KIEM], [1984]
  • 3 [Clausen Papers presented to HSU, tapes (3), Radio - KINS, KFMI, KHSU, KEKA; Dedication Event]
  • 4 [Letter and photo to Herman and Geraldine Brinker in thanks for a painting; donated in 2010 by Brinker, Dockins and Wilcox Families]
Box 144
  • 1 [Journalism Class photos - Matthew Ahern; Murray Field Airport, College of the Redwoods - Police Training], [1999]
  • 2 [Journalism Class photos - Amy Ericson; Rio Dell], [1999]
  • 3 [Journalism Class Digital Image Files - Mel Hunt; U.S. Coast Guard - McKinleyville, Woodley Island Marina], [1999]
  • 4 [Journalism Class photos - Patrick McDonald; Trinidad Head, Humboldt Bay Bar], [1999]
  • 5 [Journalism Class photos - Sandra Redmond; Arcata Marsh, McKinleyville Airport], [1999]
  • 6 [Journalism Class photos - Molly Taylor; Redwood National Park - Lady Bird Johnson Grove and Interpretive Center, Highway Dedication signs, Orick Levee], [1999]
  • 1998 and 2002 Oral History tapes and transcripts (7/03 processing incomplete; not open for research)
Box 145
  • [James (Jim) Groom Addition, 1.5 cubic feet, pertaining to the Sonoma County Clausen Booster Club and political campaigns]; donated in 2008; unprocessed, open for research
Box 146
  • Continuation of materials in Box 145 as described above

Subject Headings

Clausen, Don Holst
Redwood National Park (Calif.) - History
Warm Springs Dam
Lake Sonoma
Aeronautics - Study and teaching
California, Northern - History
California, Northern - Politics and government
Russian River
Eel River
Klamath River
King Range