A Guide to the Harry Flood Byrd, Sr. Papers Byrd, Harry Flood, Sr., Papers of 9700, 9700-b

A Guide to the Harry Flood Byrd, Sr. Papers

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Accession number 9700, 9700-b


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Collection Number
9700, 9700-b
Title
Harry Flood Byrd, Sr. Papers 1911-1965
Extent
273 linear feet
Collector
Harry F. Byrd, Jr., Richard E. Byrd, and Beverley B. Byrd
Location
Language
English

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Preferred Citation

Papers of Harry Flood Byrd, Sr., Accession #9700, 9700-b, Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.

Acquisition Information

The sons of Harry F. Byrd--Harry F. Byrd, Jr., Richard E. Byrd, and Beverley B. Byrd--presented their father's papers to the University of Virginia in March 1971. Papers relating to Byrd's Senate career were picked up on March 2 from the Victory Van Corporation, Alexandria, Virginia where they had been stored since 1965. Eight days later a second group which dealt with the years 1911-1932, was collected from the Senator's home, Rosemont.


Chronology

1887 --born Martinsburg, W. Va., son of Richard Evelyn & Eleanor Bolling (Flood) Byrd, and nephew of Hal D. Flood
1902 --acquired the Winchester Star
1906 --established the Martinsburg Evening Journal and leases his first apple orchard
1908 --appointed to Winchester City Council, first public office
1908-1918 --president of the Valley Turnpike Company
1909 --sold Martinsburg Evening Journal to purchase apple orchards
1913 --married Anne Douglas Beverley
1915-1925 --member of Virginia State Senate: served on the Finance, Roads, and Privileges & Elections Committees
1922-1925 --chairman of the State Democratic Committee
1923 --acquired the Harrisonburg Daily News-Record
1923 --member & Chairman of Publicity Committee of the "Pay As You Go" Roads Association
1926-1930 --governor of Virginia
1928 --his anti-lynch law passed by the Virginia legislature
1928-1940 --member of the Democratic National Committee
1929 --acquired his family home "Rosemont" from the Harriman's of New York
1930 --reorganization of Virginia State Constitution and government
1932 --Virginia endorsed Byrd for president
1933-1964 --U. S. Senator from Virginia. Member of the following standing committees: Finance, chair man, 1955-1965; Armed Services, Rules; Civil Service. Member of the following special committees: 1. Select committee on Government Reorganization; 2. Joint Committee on Reduction of non-essential Federal Spending; 3. Provision Committee to draft the original Atomic Energy Legislation; 4. Finanance Subcommittee on intergovernmental taxation; 5. Preparedness Subcommittee which investigated the Korean ammunition shortage; 6. Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation
1958 --announced retirement, but was persuaded by friends to run again
1965 --resigned from Senate due to ill health
1966 --died at "Rosemont"

Scope and Content

The Harry Flood Byrd, Sr. Papers, 1911-1965, consist of 273 linear feet of correspondence, memoranda, records, files of all sorts, photographs, scrapbooks, etc. pertaining largely to the Virginia Senator's political and business careers. Save for his years as governor of Virginia (1925-1929) the collection documents in great detail his activities in politics and business. The bulk of the political papers deal with Virginiastate politics, and present a clear picture of Byrd's leadership of the state Democratic Party. Substantive material from or concerning national figures for the period is not to be found in these papers.

Material of greatest research value is probably to be found in the papers before 1932 when Byrd was elected to the U.S. Senate. The correspondence files are particularly rich and helpful in the 1920's. A cautiousness of statement appears in his correspondence when Byrd arrives in Washington, but the tendency disappears after a few years, and the later correspondence is candid and useful.

The papers of Senator Byrd are invaluable for any study of Virginia's politics and public life during Byrd's lifetime. Because of his great success as an apple grower and farmer, researchers in these fields will find much of value here. There is also some material useful for the study of journalistic history, and other fields of research.

Arrangement

The collection arrived at the University of Virginia divided into business, personal, and political groups. There was a great deal of inconsistency and repetition within and between the three divisions. As a result, it was decided that a thorough reorganization was in order. Five series were evolved which are described below.

The arrangement is chronological and varies from series to series. Within each chronology generally topics and correspondents are alphabetized together. Individual folders were made when a person was a voluminous correspondent or was politically prominent. Topics always have separate folders and will be specifically mentioned in the guide. The researcher must be willing to search topical files for information on specific people. For example, there could be Watt Abbitt correspondence in the Alfalfa Club, the Luncheons, and the Senate Campaign of 1964 folders.

Series I: Business, 1914-1965: Correspondence, memoranda, bills, and receipts comprise this Series. Senator Byrd's various business interests are represented--apple and peach growing, general farming, cold storage, and newspaper publishing. In the pre-1932 years, those papers detail exhaustively Senator Byrd's financial career, especially in the apple business.

There are three subsections to Series I. First, a general business section arranged chronologically and within the year alphabetically by correspondent and topic. There follows a section on the apple sales of specific orchards-- Rosemont, Turkey Knob, and Timberville. Thirdly, a section on general apple sales is arranged chronologically.

The general business material was pulled in many cases from storage boxes marked personal and political from both shipments of material. The files on the apple sales came chiefly from the attic of Rosemont. They are chiefly bills and receipts, and orders for apples.

Series II: Political, 1911-1932: This series documents Senator Byrd's rise to political prominence and gives a detailed picture of the formation and maintenance of the Byrd Organization. But it must be repeated that there is a gap for the gubernatorial years. We assume material for this part of his official life is to be found in the Executive Papers of the Library of Virginia.

The chronology for Series II is by one year periods, and, of course, alphabetically by topic and correspondent within those time spans.

This material had been stored at Rosemont, and practically every piece was rearranged.

Series III: Political, 1933-1965: Series III contains material on Byrd's senatorial career. Although there is correspondence with national political figures, both qualitatively and quantitatively, the materials deal with Virginia politics and government rather than national politics and government.

Chronological arrangements for this series is by four year subsections, save for the last which is a 5 year period (1933-1936; 1937-1940; 1945-1948; 1949-1952; 1953-1956; 1941-1944; 1957-1960; 1961-1965). Within these sub-series, material is again alphabetically by correspondent and topic.

These papers came to the University from the Victory Van Storage Company. They had evidently been boxed in the Senator's Washington office after his death. As with Series II, it was necessary to go through nearly every folder to assure consistency.

Series IV: Miscellaneous topics: Divided into 8 sub-series, this section contains material which would not easily fit into the first three series or were simply too large to be integrated.

A. Appointment & engagement books, 1928-29 & 1950-1965

B. Magazine articles, 1920-1966. This sub-series is comprised of articles by and about Byrd, and some collected by him. There are some drafts and correspondence re the articles, and their publication. The arrangement is chronological.

C. Newsclippings, 1924-1966. A miscellaneous collection dealing with a wide range of topics-- Harry F. Byrd, Virginia politics, economic, issues, etc. The arrangement is chronological.

D. Constituents' mail, 1957, 1960-1965. Comprised of letters to Byrd from his "national" constituency, commending, and, in some instances, condemning Byrd's position on various issues. In addition, this sub- series contains three bound volumes of letters, 1963 April-May, from various chapters of the Virginia Chamber of Commerce.

E. Harry F. ByrdVoting Record, 1933-1965. Consists of seven bound volumes and five boxes of material detailing the Senator's voting record for 1933-1943 and 1953-1965. However, in 1957 the first session of the 85th Congress is not represented.

F. Speeches and Statements. This sub-series is divided into several sections. Byrd kept a "Reference file of other people's speeches." This is arranged alphabetically and is indexed. There is also another alphabet of other people's speeches which was pulled together from various locations, and is listed item by item. Secondly, there is a large file of Byrd's speeches, 1920-1965, arranged chronologically, which contains many original drafts with holograph corrections, and mimeograph copies. Thirdly, is a section of Public Statements, 1922-1965, which includes press releases.

G. Scrapbooks, 1906-1965. Consists of 110 loose volumes and two boxes. The first two volumes in this sub-series are scrapbooks of Richard E. Byrd, Sr.The remaining items contain newspapers, photographs and some correspondence pertinent to Harry Byrd's career.

H. Cartoon Collection, Photographs and Awards. Throughout his political life, Byrd collected cartoons about himself. They lined the walls of his Senate office. There is a card index to these 575 framed drawings and a microfilm has been prepared of each for reference use. This sub-series also contains photographs of political figures and friends, and various awards and certificates presented to the Senator.

Series V: Byrd and Flood Families: This series contains papers relating to Richard Evelyn Byrd, Sr. and Jr., Harry F. Byrd, Jr., Hal D. Flood, Joel W. Floodand various other Byrds and Floods. It is divided into 5 sub-series.

A. Richard E. Byrd, Sr., father of the Senator and prominent member of the Virginia House of Delegates. His papers, 1907-1928, contain political and legal correspondence with Harry F. Byrd and others. The arrangement is generally chronological with some topical breakdown.

B. Richard E. Byrd, Jr., U. S. Navy Admiral and polar explorer. Papers, 1917-1957, consist chiefly of correspondence between the Admiral and the Senator--many of a political nature--and letters from the Senator concerning his brother. There is material relating to the death of Admiral Byrd and the creation of various memorials to him.

C. Harry Flood Byrd, Jr.: The correspondence of Byrd, Jr. with Byrd, Sr. has been pulled together from various locations and placed in this sub-series. In addition, there is material concerning legislation the younger Byrd proposed, and comments by him on the Civil Rights Act of 1965.

D. Various members of the Byrd Family. Chiefly correspondence, 1917-1965, of Senator Byrd with various members of the family, and with non-relatives concerning Byrd genealogy. There is a segment of condolence letters, 1957, to the Senator on the death of his mother, Eleanor Bolling (Flood) Byrd. Letters from prominent people have been pulled from this subseries and placed in Series III.

E. Flood Family. This sub-series is composed of 2 sections. First is a topical arrangement of Hal D. Floodpapers, 1896-1922. There is some political correspondence, although the Library of Congress holds the more important pieces of Flood's papers. In addition, there is business & legal correspondence, and material relating to the settlements of various estates. Of note are the Thomas S. Martinestate and that of Hal Floodhimself.

The second section chiefly contains the estates of other members of the Flood family: Joel W. Flood, Anna Portner Flood, Bolling Byrd Flood, and Eleanor F. Flood, Hal Flood, Richard E. Byrd, Sr., and Harry F. Byrd, Sr.were all executors or guardians to these Floods and their papers are found in the group.

A small group of correspondence, 1941-1965, in this sub-series from the Senator concerns Flood genealogy.

Container List

Series I: Business Correspondence, 1914-1965
  • Box 1
    A - W
    1914-1917
  • Box 2
    A - B
    1916-1918
  • Box 3
    B - G
    1917-1918
  • Box 4
    H - Q
    1917-1918
  • Box 5
    R - Z
    1917-1918
  • Box 6
    A - G
    1918-1919
  • Box 7
    H - R
    1918-1919
  • Box 8
    S - Z
    1918-1919
  • Box 9
    A - C
    1920
  • Box 10
    C - K
    1920
  • Box 11
    L - R
    1920
  • Box 12
    S - Y
    1920
  • Box 13
    A - G
    1921
  • Box 14
    H - R
    1921
  • Box 15
    S - W
    1921
  • Box 16
    A - Z
    1922
  • Box 16
    A - Handley
    1923
  • Box 17
    Handley - Whitaker
    1923
  • Box 17
    Apples - Winchester
    1924
  • Box 17
    B - W
    1925
  • Box 17
    A - Z
    1926
  • Box 18
    A - Z
    1927
  • Box 18
    A - Z
    1928
  • Box 18
    A - Z
    1929
  • Box 18
    A - M, and separate folders for Argentine Embargo and British Embargo
    1930
  • Box 19
    A, and separate folders for Apples and Argentine Embargo
    1931
  • Box 20
    B - L, and separate folders for British Embargo
    1931
  • Box 21
    M - W, 1931
  • Box 22
    Business Correspondence, and separate folder for Horticulture Society
    1932
  • Box 23
    Business Correspondence
    1932
  • Box 24
    Business Correspondence
    1932 -1933
  • Box 25
    Business Correspondence
    1933
  • Box 26
    Business Correspondence
    1933
  • Box 27
    Business Correspondence
    1934 -1935
  • Box 28
    Business Correspondence
    1935
  • Box 29
    Business Correspondence
    1936
  • Box 30
    Business Correspondence
    1936 -1937
  • Box 31
    Business Correspondence
    1938 -1942; 1945; 1952 -1954
  • Box 32
    Business Correspondence, and separate folders for U. S. Civil Service Retirement System and Carillon for Berryville Church
    1955-1956
  • Box 33
    Business Correspondence
    1957-1958
  • Box 34
    Business Correspondence
    1959-1960
  • Box 35
    Business Correspondence
    1961-1962
  • Box 36
    Business Correspondence
    1963-1964
  • Box 37
    Business Correspondence
    1965
  • Box 37
    Green Apple Sales: Rosemont Orchard
    1932-1933
  • Box 38
    Green Apple Sales: Rosemont Orchard
    1932 -1935
  • Box 39
    Green Apple Sales: Rosemont Orchard
    1935 -1936
  • Box 40
    Green Apple Sales: Rosemont Orchard
    1935 -1936
  • Box 41
    Green Apple Sales: Rosemont Orchard
    1935 -1936
  • Box 42
    Green Apple Sales: Rosemont Orchard
    1935 -1936
  • Box 43
    Green Apple Sales: Turkey Knob Orchard
    1932 -1933
  • Box 44
    Green Apple Sales: Turkey Knob Orchard
    1932 -1933
  • Box 45
    Green Apple Sales: Turkey Knob Orchard
    1933 -1935
  • Box 46
    Green Apple Sales: Turkey Knob Orchard
    1933 -1936
  • Box 47
    Green Apple Sales: Turkey Knob Orchard
    1935 -1936
  • Box 48
    Green Apple Sales: Timberville Orchard
    1932 -1933
  • Box 49
    Green Apple Sales: Timberville Orchard
    1932 -1933
  • Box 50
    Green Apple Sales: Timberville Orchard
    1933 -1934
  • Box 51
    Green Apple Sales: Timberville Orchard
    1933 -1934
  • Box 52
    Green Apple Sales: Timberville Orchard
    1934 -1935
  • Box 53
    Green Apple Sales: Timberville Orchard
    1935 -1936
  • Box 54
    Green Apple Sales: Timberville Orchard
    1935 -1936
  • Box 55
    Apple Business
    1931 -1933
  • Box 56
    Apple Business, A - C
    1936 -1937
  • Box 57
    Apple Business, D - J
    1936 -1937
  • Box 58
    Apple Business, K - O
    1936 -1937
  • Box 59
    Apple Business, P - S
    1936 -1937
  • Box 60
    Apple Business, T - Z
    1936 -1937
  • Box 60
    Apple Business, A - B
    1937 -1938
  • Box 61
    Apple Business, B - F
    1937 -1938
  • Box 62
    Apple Business, G - L
    1937 -1938
  • Box 63
    Apple Business, L - N
    1937 -1938
  • Box 64
    Apple Business, N - R
    1937 -1938
Series II: Political Correspondence and Papers, 1911-1932
  • Box 65
    Correspondence and Papers
    1911 -1918

    Separate folders for: Highway material, 1911-1917; List of taxpayers, 1913; Correspondence, 1915, A-Z; Miscellaneous reports, 1915; Two notebooks containing list of (voters)?, n. d.; Correspondence, 1917-1918, A-B; and Joseph M. Bauserman

  • Box 66
    Correspondence, C - Z
    1917 -1918

    Separate folders for: George P. Coleman; Hal D. Flood; Thomas W. Harrison; Thomas S. Martin; A. Willis Robertson; Henry Stuart; Claude Swanson; Frank S. Tavenner; and R. Gray Williams

  • Box 67
    Correspondence, A - Z
    1918 -1919

    Separate folders for: J. M. Bauserman; G. P. Coleman; George Conrad; Sam L. Ferguson; H. D. Flood; Carter Glass; T. W. Harrison; T. S. Martin; A. W. Robertson; F. S. Tavenner; and E. Lee Trinkle

  • Box 68
    Correspondence, Federal Fuel Administation, A - Z
    1917-1919

    Separate folders for: John Dillon; and bulletins issued by Harry Flood Byrd as Federal Fuel Administrator of Virginia

  • Box 69
    Correspondence and Papers, A - K
    1920

    Separate folders for: J. M. Bauserman; William E. Carson; Russell T. and John Cather; G. P. Coleman; G. Conrad; S. L. Ferguson; H. D. Flood; T. W. Harrison; and Democratic National Committee Literature

    Alphabetical folders include correspondence with: C. Glass; Clifford Grim; C. W. Heater; William F. Keyser; and E. E. Keister

  • Box 70
    Correspondence, L - W
    1920

    Separate folders for: Edgar D. Newman; A. W. Robertson; W. J. Schoene; Charles M. Shannon; F. S. Tavenner; and R. G. Williams

    Alphabetical folders include correspondence with: Charles C. Louderback; W. C. Lauck; Meredith L. Lockhart; Carroll Menefee; Joseph G. Myers; Fred Maphis; Claude H. Swanson; John Saunders; E. Randolph Williams, Philip Williams; and Richard S. Wright

  • Box 71
    Correspondence, A - G
    1921

    Separate folders for: J. M. Bauserman; R. T. & J. Cather; G. Coleman; G. N. Conrad; S. L. Ferguson; H. D. Flood; Joel Flood; and Julien Gunn

    Alphabetical folders include correspondence with: P. H. Barger; Joseph N. Brenaman; E. Griffith Dodson; Patrick Henry Drewry; and J. T. Deal

  • Box 72
    Correspondence, H - R
    1921

    Separate folders for: T. W. Harrison; W. F. Keyser; C. C. Louderback; G. Walter Mapp; Wade Massie; C. Menefee; John J. Miller; J. G. Myers; E. D. Newman; and A. W. Robertson

    Alphabetical folders include correspondence with: C. N. Hoover; C. W. Heater; John Paul; and R. L. Omps

  • Box 73
    Correspondence, S - W
    1921

    Separate folders for: W. W. Sales; C. M. Shannon; Henry Stuart; C. A. Swanson; F. S. Tavenner; C. W. Trenary; E. L. Trinkle; U. Va. Centennial Endowment Fund; Senator J. E. West; and R. G. Williams

  • Box 74
    Correspondence and Papers, A - D
    1922

    Separate folders for: J. M. Bauserman; J. N. Brenaman; Brick File, Handley Board; C. S. Carter; Contested Case of Paul vs. Harrison, Seventh District; Democratic Committee; and Democratic Committee Accounts

    Alphabetical folders include correspondence with: Edwin A. Alderman; F. Amiss; and L. D. Arnold

  • Box 75
    Correspondence and Papers, E - I
    1922

    Separate folders for: Elections, data; S. L. Ferguson; C. Glass; Handley School File; T. W. Harrison; James Hayes, Jr.; Highway Commission; and Income

    Alphabetical folders include correspondence with: J. Flood; C. A. Ford; Alexander Forward; C. N. Hoover; H. L. Hooker; and James Hayes

  • Box 76
    Correspondence, I - R
    1922

    Separate folders for: Insurance; E. E. Keister; W. F. Keyser; C. C. Louderback; W. Massie; C. Menefee; John J. Miller; W. S. Moffett; A. K. Morrison; J. G. Myers; Ninth District, General; Northern Va. Power Co., Contracts; George C. Peery; Rents; and A. W. Robertson

  • Box 77
    Correspondence, S - Z
    1922

    Separate folders for: C. M. Shannon; Seventh District; Slemp Patronage; C. Swanson; F. S. Tavenner; E. L. Trinkle; and Tax receipts

  • Box 78
    Correspondence, A - L
    1923

    Separate folders for: C. S. Carter; E. R. Combs; Democratic Caucus; Democratic Committee Accounts; Democratic National Committee; Democratic State Committee; James Hayes, Jr.; and Legislature

  • Box 79
    Correspondence, M - Z
    1923

    Separate folders for: G. C. Peery; Roads; Valley Turnpike Co.; and Check stubs of an unidentified account

  • Box 80
    Correspondence, B - D
    1924

    Separate folders for: J. M. Bauserman; W. E. Carson; and the Democratic State Committee

  • Box 81
    Correspondence, D - Z
    1924

    Separate folders for: Democratic State Committee, 1924 Oct.-1925 March; Louis S. Epes; C. Glass; Roads; A. W. Robertson; and F. S. Tavenner

  • Box 82
    Correspondence, A - C
    1925

    Separate folders for: W. E. Carson; C. S. Carter; and E. R. Combs

  • Box 83
    Correspondence, D - Gubernatorial Campaign
    1925

    Separate folders for: L. S. Epes; S. L. Ferguson; C. Glass; and Gubernatorial Campaign: First District

  • Box 84
    Correspondence, Gubernatorial Campaign: First District
    1925
  • Box 85
    Correspondence, Gubernatorial Campaign: First District
    1925
  • Box 86
    Correspondence, Gubernatorial Campaign: First & Second District
    1925
  • Box 87
    Correspondence, Gubernatorial Campaign: Second & Third District
    1925
  • Box 88
    Correspondence, Gubernatorial Campaign: Third District
    1925
  • Box 89
    Correspondence, H - L
    1925

    Separate folders for: J. Murray Hooker; Lester Hooker; and C. C. Louderback

  • Box 90
    Correspondence, Mc - R
    1925

    Separate folders for: T. W. Ozlin; John Garland Pollard; W. L. Prieur, Jr.; William T. Reed; Roads; A. W. Robertson; and Franklin D. Roosevelt

  • Box 91
    Correspondence, S - Z
    1925, 1927 -1929

    Separate folders for: Henry G. Shirley; H. C. Stuart; C. A. Swanson; F. S. Tavenner; E. L. Trinkle; Short Ballot; Amendments to Virginia Constitution; and Democratic Convention-Winchester

  • Box 92
    Correspondence, A - B
    1929-1930

    Separate folders for: Walter Chrysler; A. W. Robertson; Airports in Virginia; Memorandum: Government Reorganization in Va.; H. G. Shirley; John Stewart Bryan; and Thomas G. Burch

  • Box 93
    Correspondence, C - D
    1930

    Separate folders for: W. E. Carson; E. R. Combs; Congratulations; and E. Griffith Dodson

  • Box 94
    Correspondence, Dr - Drought Relief Committee
    1930
  • Box 95
    Correspondence and Papers, Drought Relief Committee
    1930
  • Box 96
    Correspondence, E - G
    1930

    Separate folders for: S. L. Ferguson; John W. Fishburne; Junius P. Fishburne; T. McCall Frazier; O. Max Gardner; C. Glass; and Harry Guggenheim

  • Box 97
    Correspondence, H - K
    1930

    Separate folders for: LeRoy Hodges and J. Murray Hooker

  • Box 98
    Correspondence, L - N
    1930

    Separate folders for: Goodrich W. Lineweaver and C. H. Morrissett

  • Box 99
    Correspondence, O - R
    1930

    Separate folders for: Thomas W. Ozlin; J. G. Pollard; W. T. Reed; A. W. Robertson; and Franklin D. Roosevelt

  • Box 100
    Correspondence, S - U
    1930

    Separate folders for: Peter Saunders; H. G. Shirley; C. A. Swanson; E. L. Trinkle; and William M. Tuck

  • Box 101
    Correspondence, A, V - Z
    1930-1931

    Separate folders for: T. Coleman Andrews

  • Box 102
    Correspondence, B - Cha
    1931

    Separate folders for: Henry Breckinridge; Chamber of Commerce of the U.S. A.; and Albert B. (Happy) Chandler

  • Box 103
    Correspondence, C - De
    1931

    Separate folders for: E. R. Combs; Democratic National Committee -Executive Committee; Democratic National Committee -Victory Fund; and Democratic National Convention

  • Box 104
    Correspondence, Do - Dr
    1931

    Separate folders for: E. G. Dodson; Patrick Henry Drewry; Drought Relief Committee, A -Z; and Drought Relief Materials, etc.

  • Box 105
    Correspondence, Da - F
    1931

    Separate folders for: S. L. Ferguson; Roy Flannagan; William Meade Fletcher; and T. M. Frazier

  • Box 106
    Correspondence, G - J
    1931

    Separate folders for: George Washington Potomac Parkway; C. Glass; H. Guggenhiem; Luther Gulick; Gunston Hall; Charles Hill; Julian Hill; L. Hodges; J. M. Hooker; Cordell Hull; John R. Hutcheson; and Martin Hutchinson

  • Box 107
    Correspondence, K - N
    1931

    Separate folders for: C. H. Morrisett and Newspaper

  • Box 108
    Correspondence, O - Re
    1931

    Separate folders for: T. W. Ozlin; G. C. Peery; J. G. Pollard; Harry Flood Byrd for President; John J. Raskob; and W. T. Reed

  • Box 109
    Correspondence, Ro - S
    1931

    Separate folders for: A. W. Robertson; Eleanor and F. D. Roosevelt; Frederic W. Scott; H. G. Shirley; Jouett Shouse; Howard W. Smith; Abram Penn Staples; Augustus T. Stroud; H. C. Stuart; and C. A. Swanson

  • Box 110
    Correspondence, T - Z
    1931

    Separate folders for: Tyre Taylor; W. M. Tuck; Wakefield Memorial Association; Washington Post; John J. Wicker; and Carter Wormeley

  • Box 111
    Correspondence, A - B
    1932

    Separate folders for: R. L. Ailworth; E. Andrew Anderson; Robert N. Anderson; T. Coleman Andrews; Appointments, B -R; Thomas A. Atkinson; James M. Ball; A. D. Barksdale; Robert S. Barrett; James S. Barron; William S. Battle, Jr.; J. M. Bauserman; H. L. Baxley; H. J. Benchoff; William W. Beverley; S. O. Bland; Charlie W. Bondurant; J. H. Bradford; H. Breckinridge; J. S. Bryan; and T. G. Burch

  • Box 112
    Correspondence, B - Chi
    1932

    Separate folders for: W. E. Carson; C. S. Carter; John W. Carter; Spencer L. Carter; T. R. Cather; Chamber of Commerce; T. Everett Chambers; A. B. Chandler; and Joseph A. Chitwood

  • Box 113
    Correspondence, Co - Cu
    1932

    Separate folders for: E. R. Combs; John J. Cornwell; Walker C. Cottrell; and Harvey Couch

  • Box 114
    Correspondence, D
    1932

    Separate folders for: Walter Davenport; Colgate Darden; Joseph T. Deal; Democratic National Committee -Appointments; Democratic National Committee -Victory Fund; Democratic National Convention; Democratic State Chairmen and Finance Directors; E. G. Dodson; George R. Doughty; and Charles J. Duke

  • Box 115
    Correspondence, E - Fl
    1932

    Separate folders for: Jerome Fancuili; James Farley; Financial Statements of the Executive Finance Committee -Democratic National Committee; John W. Flannagan; R. Flannagan; W. M. Fletcher; J. Flood; and T. M. Frazier

  • Box 116
    Correspondence, Fo - He
    1932

    Separate folders for: John Galleher; O. M. Gardner; C. Glass; Henry G. Gilmer; Sidney S. Hall; Wilbur C. Hall; Edwin A. Halsey; John W. Hanes; C. J. Harkrader; and John Hemphill

  • Box 117
    Correspondence, Hi - I
    1932

    Separate folders for: Charles Hill; L. Hodges; J. M. Hooker; Walter Y. Hosier; Louis Howe; C. Hull; H. F. Hutcheson; John R. Hutcheson; and M. A. Hutchinson

  • Box 118
    Correspondence, J - L
    1932

    Separate folders for: Robert Jackson; Jefferson Day Address; John Henry Johnson; C. M. Jordon; Ewing-Laporte; and David Lawrence

  • Box 119
    Correspondence, M
    1932

    Separate folders for: Louis D. Magid; J. H. Meek; George R. B. Michie; John Miller; George F. Milton; W. Forbes Morgan; C. H. Morrissett; and F. A. Motz

  • Box 120
    Correspondence, N - P
    1932

    Separate folders for: News-Record; Arthur O'Brien; Thomas W. Owens; R. G. Phillips; J. G. Pollard; John W. Price; W. L. Prieur, Jr.; Prohibition; and Prohibition Referendum

  • Box 121
    Correspondence, Q - Ro
    1932

    Separate folders for: G. S. Ralston; J. J. Rashkob; Resolutions: Harry Flood Byrd for President; W. T. Reed; Joe Richman; Roads -Division of Funds; A. W. Robertson; and F. D. Roosevelt

  • Box 122
    Correspondence, Ra - Sm
    1932

    Separate folders for: Frederic Scott; William H. Schwarzechild; H. G. Shirley; J. Shouse; and H. W. Smith

  • Box 123
    Correspondence, Si - Ty
    1932

    Separate folders for: A. P. Staples; H. C. Stuart; G. Fred Switzer; Tyre Taylor; E. L. Trinkle; and W. M. Tuck

  • Box 124
    Correspondence, U - Z
    1932

    Separate folders for: Frank C. Walker; and J. J. Wicker

Series III: Political Correspondence and Papers, 1933-1965
  • A. 1933-1936
    • Box 125
      Correspondence, Agricultural Adjustment Administration
      1934
    • Box 126
      Correspondence, Agricultural Adjustment Administration
      1934
    • Box 127
      Correspondence Agricultural Adjustment Administration
      1934
    • Box 128
      Correspondence, Ai - Am
      1933 -1936

      Separate folders for: R. L. Ailworth; Alexandria Young Democrats; Alfalfa Club; J. Lindsay Almond; T. C. Andrews; Harvey B. Apperson; Appointments re: Federal Judgeships, Senate Office Staff, State Positions, State ABC Board, and State Judgeships; Arlington County; Lester Arnold; and Thomas Atkinson

    • Box 129
      Correspondence, An - Br
      1933 -1936

      Separate folders for: Josiah William Bailey; C. A. Ball; H. M, Bandy; Henry G. Barbee; Sidney B. Barham, Jr.; Alben Barkley; A. D. Barksdale; R. H. Barksdale; James S. Barron; Robert T. Barton; John S. Battle; W. S. Battle, Jr.; J. M. Bauserman; H. L. Baxley; Frank C. Bedinger; Richard Beirne; Claude F. Beverly; W. Welby Beverley; Joseph A. Billingsley; I. C. Blackwood; Schuyler Otis Bland; Henry H. Blood; Sol Bloom; C. W. Bondurant; M. B. Booker; Armistead L. Boothe; Gardner L. Boothe; C. W. Bondurant; M. B. Boothe; Bountiful Ridge Nurseries; Claude G. Bowers; W. W. Boxley; J. H. Bradford; H. Breckinridge; J. Fulmer Bright; Robert K. Brock; S. W. Brooks; J. Sinclair Brown; John Wilson Brown; and Louis Brownlow

    • Box 130
      Correspondence, Bry - Be
      1933 -1936

      Separate folders for: J. S. Bryan; Bunker Hill; T. G. Burch; R. L. Burke; C. R. Burnett; W. Sam Burnley; Julian A. Burruss; Maitland Bus tard; Vincent Byers; Byrd--Primary Election Congratulations; Byrd's Radio Speech of October 13, 1936; William Byrd; and James F. Byrnes

    • Box 131
      Correspondence, Bi - By
      1933 -1936
    • Box 132
      Correspondence, Ca - Co
      1933 -1936

      Separate folders for: George W. Calver; Will Cammer; Arno B. Cammerer; Donald Campbell; Stuart B. Campbell; W. S Campfield; Clarence Cannon; Bishop James Cannon; James M. Carson; C. S. Carter; John W. Carter, Jr.; Spencer L. Carter; William Carter; Hunsdon Cary; T. R. Cather; W. C. Caudill; T. W. Chambers; A. B. (Happy) Chandler; H. B. Chermside; John A. Chew; J. H. Chitwood; Bennett C. Clark; Morell Clarke; N. E. Clement; Howard E. Cole; G. B. Collins; L. Preston Collins; and E. R. Combs

    • Box 133
      Correspondence, Com - Cur
      1933 -1936

      Separate folders for: E. R. Combs; Congressional Record and Senate Calendar; Tom Connally; Contributions; B. Redwood Councill; Mike R. Crabill; W. H. Cralle; Sheppard Crump; Charles W. Crush; John A. Currier and Charles C. Curtis

    • Box 134
      Correspondence, Cou - Cir
      1933-1936

      Separate folders for: County and precinct committees mailing lists; and Circular letters re: Harry Flood Byrd -His stand and criticisms

    • Box 135
      Correspondence, Da - De
      1933 -1936

      Separate folders for: Virginius Dabney; The Daily News-Record; Paul V. Dalton; H. E. Dameron; Josephus Daniels; Robert W. Daniel; Colgate W. Darden, Jr.; Levin Nock Davis; Q. C. Davis, Jr.; Parke P. Deans; George P. DeHardit; Democratic National Campaign Committee, Campaign materials, Local Democratic Chairmen, and DemocraticWomen's Organizations; W. L. and W. Clyde Dennis; and Bishop Collins Denny

    • Box 136
      Correspondence, Des - Du
      1933 -1936

      Separate folders for: S. D. DeShazor; Meta Dick; G. M. Dillard; Democratic National Committee -Statements of working capital; E. G. Dodson; Vic Donahey; W. R. Dooley; Ralph Dorsey; George L. Doughty; L. McCarthy Downs; P. Drewry; Charles J. Duke, Jr.; H. Rozier Dulany, Jr.; Walter C. Dunnington; and John T. Duval

    • Box 137
      Correspondence, E - Fi
      1933-1936

      Separate folders for: N. B. Early; James S. Easley; John H. East; J. G. Eberwine; Editorials; Horace H. Edwards; John W. Eggleston; H. W. Ellerson; W. Emory Elmore; Allan Epes; Louis S. Epes; James A. Farley; Farmers and Merchants Bank, Timberville; Farmers and Merchants National Bank and Trust Co., Winchester; R. E. Faulkner; N. R. Featherstone; Federal Land Bank, Baltimore; Charles R. Fenwick; Homer L. Ferguson; Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Ferguson; First and Merchants National Bank, Richmond; Blair J. Fishburn; J. P. Fishburn; John W. Fishburne; Earl A. Fitzpatrick; and Herbert Fitzpatrick

    • Box 138
      Correspondence, Fla - Fu
      1933-1936

      Separate folders for: John W. Flannagan, R. Flannigan; Max Fleischner; Albert Fletcher; James H. Fletcher; William Meade Fletcher; H. D. Flood Estate; J. W. Flood; J. B. Fogleman; Charles E. Ford; Forest Haven Club; Thomas E. Frank; T. M. Frazier; Douglas R. Freeman; Wayne M. French; T. B. Fulgate; and Frank H. Fuller

    • Box 139
      Correspondence, G
      1933-1936

      Separate folders for: John Galleher; E. D. Gardner; O. Max Gardner; J. Vaughan Gary; T. M. Gathright; Stuart G. Gibboney; Mary Gildersleeve; E. G. Gill; Henry Gilmer; Howard C. Gilmer; Thomas B. Glascock; C. Glass; Powell Glass; R. E. Glover; Charles B. Godwin; Mary W. Gold; John S. Goldsmith; Golf Club; B. Clifford Goode; Morton G. Goode; C. O'Conor Goolrick; Robert Gore; Thomas P. Gore; C. W. Grandy; J. H. C. Grasty; W. Moncure Gravatt; Cary T. Grayson; Theodore F. Green; A. G. Gresham; Harry Griffin; Clifford Grim; Joseph F. Guffey; H. Guggenheim; and B. T. Gunter

    • Box 140
      Correspondence, Ha - Hoo
      1933-1936

      Separate folders for: John Hopkins Hall, Jr.; Russell M. Hall; Sidney B. Hall; Stilson H. Hall; Wilbur C. Hall; Norman P. Hamilton; Thomas M. Hamilton; John Hanes; O. V. Hanger; E. F. Hargis; Charles Harkrader; John T. Harris; Harvey F. Harris; Walter Edward Harris; Burr P. Harrison; Pat Harrison; Mack D. Hart; Austin Hartman; Carl A. Hatch; J. B. Haywood; R. Beverley Herbert; Clyde L. Herring; W. S. Hildreth; Charles Hill; Mrs. William W. Hines; C. A. Hoffenberth; Harry H. Holt; Rush D. Holt; Saxon Holt; Stuart F. Honaker; and L. Hooker

    • Box 141
      Correspondence, Hoo - H
      1933-1936

      Separate folders for: Murray Hooker; Harry Hopkins; J. R. Hornsby; Walter Hosier; C. Hull; E. A. Hults; D. R. Hunt; Thomas Lomax Hunter; Eppa Hunton, IV; H. F. Hutcheson; Sterling Hutcheson; and H

    • Box 142
      Correspondence, H - Ke
      1933-1936

      Separate folders for: Invitations and Harry Flood Byrd's responses; Raymond L. Jackson; Ben Jacobs; Louis I. Jaffe; Rorer A. James; R. Bleakley James; Jos. C. Jett; Albert Sidney Johnson; Edwin C. Johnson; Hugh Johnson; John Henry Johnson; Joseph Z. Johnson; Howard P. Jones; Jesse H. Jones; Bruce S. Jones; Carl M. Jordon; W. Roy Justice; Thomas J. Keane; Frank Kearney; Isham Keith; Floyd E. Kellam; D. A. Keller; Frank Kent; Alfred M. Kerfoot; Pearne E. Ketron; and E. L. Keyser

    • Box 143
      Correspondence, Koi - L
      1933-1936

      Separate folders for: George W. Koiner; H. G. K Labor, citing Labor Record of Harry Flood Byrd; Labor, citing Labor Record of Senator Glass; E. H. Lane; David Lawrence; Robert C. Lee; Joe Leslie; Julian M. Lillis; Letters of good wishes re: illness of Harry Flood Byrd; Josephine C. Levey; H. L. D. Lewis; Charles P. Light; G. W. Lineweaver; Walter R. Lippman; Henry C. Lodge, Jr.; Lee Long; C. C. Louderback; L. E. Lookabill; Otto Lowe; W. A. Lowenback; and Mrs. Cassis Moncure Lyne

    • Box 144
      Correspondence, Mar - Mus
      1933-1936

      Separate folders for: Julian D. Martin; Trap Martin; Lucy R. Mason; G. A. Massenburg; Wade Massie; J. H. May; C. Purcell McCue; John B. McDaniel; Hugh R. McKay; Thomas R. Mechem; J. H. Meek; M. J. Menefee; George R. B. Michie; Hunter Miller; John M. Miller, Jr.; J. D. Mitchell; W. Stuart Moffett; Frank P. Moncure; R. C. L. Moncure; E. Sclater Montague; B. F. Moomaw; James E. Mooney; Blackburn Moore; Frank Moore, M. R. Morgan; W. Forbes Morgan; Fred A. Motz; George W. Muller; Miss Addie Muncey; and Leonard Muse

    • Box 145
      Correspondence, M
      1933-1936
    • Box 146
      Correspondence, Ne - Pe
      1933-1936

      Separate folders for: M. M. Neeley; John D. Neff; Albert L. Newberry; J. L. Newcomb; Blake T. Newton; Edward D. Ninninger; Robert O. Norris, Jr.; A. Obici; R. L. Omps; Heirome and E. W. Opie; Charles A. Osborne; C. H. Osburn; T. W. Ozlin; W. Nelson Page; Judge Robert R Parker; George C. Peery; Robert L. Pennington; Randolph H. Perry; Petitions and letters of support for 1934 Election

    • Box 147
      Correspondence, Pet - Ra
      1933-1936

      Separate folders for: Florence Petty; Cabell Phillips; Clifton Phillips; R. G. Phillips; Gifford Pinchot; Political list of supporters; G. Freeman Pollock; J. G. Pollard; J. G. Pollard, Jr.; Hunter Porter; H. Russell Potts; John L. Pratt; James H. Price; W. L. Prieur, Jr.; Proposed Scenic Highway; Ordway Puller; J. J. Raskob; John M. Rasnick; Dr. E. W. Rawls; and Sam Rayburn

    • Box 148
      Correspondence, Re - Ru
      1933-1936

      Separate folders for: Charlie C. Reed; Pleasant L. Reed; W. T. Reed; W. T. Reed, Jr.; F. L. Reynard; John Q. Rhodes; Ralph Ricardo; A. B. Richard; J. Donald Richards; E. Ray Richardson; Joe Richman; W. Cabell Rives; Rufus G. Roberts; A. W. Robertson; Papers of Robinson-Patman Bill; John D. Rockfeller; Frank Rodgers; James H. Rogers; W. O. Rogers; F. D. Roosevelt; Nellie Taylor Ross; Robert A. Russell; Richard B. Russell; and John Warwick Rust

    • Box 149
      Correspondence, R - Sl
      1933-1936

      Separate folders for: David Satterfield; Clyde W. Saunders; John R. Saunders; Peter Saunders; Abe Schewel; Frederic W. Scott; Fred O. Seibel; Senate Rules Committee re: Senate Restaurants and Arbuckle Embezzlement; C. M. Shannon; Shennandoah National Park; H. G. Shirley; W. J. Showalter; Mrs. W. B. (Hortense) Sirman; and Col. S. L. Slover

    • Box 150
      Correspondence, Sm - S
      1933-1936

      Separate folders for: Sydney F. Small; Capt. C. T. Smith; Howard W. Smith; J. H. A. Smith; Lemuel F. Smith; William B. Smith; W. D. Smith; Harold F. Snead; R. Lee Snell; Donald Stant; William S. Snow; Louis Spillman; C. V. Spratley; A. P. Staples; O. L. Stearnes; A. E. S. Stephens: Roscoe B. Stephenson; Edward R. Stettinius; Augustus T. Stroud; H. C. Stuart; Ward Swank; William Schwarzschild; G. Fred Switzer; and J. Robert Switzer

    • Box 151
      Correspondence, S - Tug
      1933-1936

      Separate folders for: Frank S. Tavenner, Jr.; Tyre Taylor; A. J. Terrell; Don W. Thomas; H. C. Thompson; S. J. Thompson; Tobacco; Mrs. (Rosa) W. W. Townes; John G. Townsend, Jr.; E. L. Trinkle; Lake Triplett; I. Walke Truxtun; W. M. Tuck; Walter P. Tudor; and Rexford G. Tugwell

    • Box 152
      Correspondence, Tur - Wa
      1933-1936

      Separate folders for: E. Peyton Turner; S. Heth Tyler; University of Virginia; Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr.; Robert C. Vaden; Veterans Attack on Harry Flood Byrd; Virginia Governors and Candidates; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts; Virginia State Democratic Committee; Virginia Vote (1884-1937); Voting Record of Harry Flood Byrd; Mrs. Frank Anthony Walker; Frank C. Walker; Henry A. Wallace; Jeff F. Walter; T. E. Warriner; Edmund; Waterman; Tucker Watkins; Mrs. Robert C. Watts; and Edwin M. Wayland

    • Box 153
      Correspondence, We - W
      1933-1936

      Separate folders for: Aubrey Weaver; Western Newspaper Union; Lee M. Whitacre; Earl W. White; Miss Elizabeth White; Walter C. White; Irving P. Whitehead; Mrs. Irving P. (Lollie C.) Whitehead; George F. Whitley; E. M. Whitman; Wholesale Liquor; John J. Wicker, Jr.; Henry T. Wickham; Dean John E. Williams; John W. Williams; R. Gray Williams; Holman Willis; Lyle L. Willis; Charles H. Wilson; J. David Wine; Clifton A. Woodrum; James P. Woods; Carter Wormeley; Frank M. Wray; J. Sol Wrenn; Dr. George A. Wright; Richard S. Wright, Jr.; William A. Wright; and J. Frank Wysor

    • Box 154
      Correspondence, W - Z
      1933-1936

      Separate folders for: J. H. Yost; Rice M. Youell; and Young Democrats

  • B. 1937-1940
    • Box 155
      Correspondence, Al - A
      1937-1940

      Separate folders for: Alfalfa Club; J. Lindsay Almond; Dr. William B. Alwood; T. C. Andrews; H. B. Apperson; Appointments: State, State ABC Board, Motion Picture Censors, and Judgeships; J. E. Arbogast; Lester Arnold; and Remmie L. Arnold

    • Box 156
      Correspondence, Ba - B
      1937-1940

      Separate folders for: Fred W. Barger; S. B. Barham, Jr.; Alfred D. Barksdale; R. H. Barksdale; James S. Barron; Robert T. Barton; J. S. Battle; W. S. Battle; J. Hampton Baumgarten; John V. Bauserman; H. L. Baxley; Marshall J. Beverley; W. W. Beverley; J. A. Billingsley; S. O. Bland; Armistead Boothe; R. E. Blackwell; Miss Genevieve Boguess; M. B. Booker; J. F. Bright; Robert K. Brock; G. H. Branaman; David Bruce; J. S. Bryan; T. G. Burch; R. L. Burke; Robert Button; and Byrd Congratulations on nomination without opposition

    • Box 157
      Correspondence, Ca - Co
      1937-1940

      Separate folders for: A. J. Cahn; W. S. Campfield; J. W. Carr; Clarence E. Carter; C. S. Carter; John W. Carter, Jr.; S. L. Carter; William Carter; Hunsdon Cary; T. R. Cather; Dr. W. D. Candill; T. E. Chambers; H. B. Chermside; J. H. Chitwood; S. M. Chitwood; Morell Clarke; N. E. Clement; Howard Cole; George B. Collings; L. Preston Collins; and E. R. Combs

    • Box 158
      Correspondence, Co - Dor
      1937-1940

      Separate folders for: E. R. Combs; Congressional Becord; B. R. Council; H. Ralph Clover; Edwin Cox, M. R. Crabill, W. H. Cralle; Grasty Crews; John & Jake Crim; Karl A. Crowley; J. A. Currier Sheriff C. C. Curtis; P. V. Dalton; R. W. Daniel; C. W. Darden, Jr.; Q. C. Davis; P. P. Deans; G. P. DeHardit; Democratic State Central Committee; Depart ment of Agriculture Rulings; G. M. Dillard; Frank M. Dixon; William E. Dodd; E. G. Dodson; and R. N. Dorsey

    • Box 159
      Correspondence, Dou - F
      1937-1940

      Separate folders for: G. L. Doughty; L. M. Downs; Charles J. Duke, Jr.; H. R. Dulany, Jr.; J. T. Duval; N. B. Early; H. Edwards; H. W. Ellerson; W. E. Elmore; Robert B. Ely; Wilfred G. Epes, Jr.; A. A. Farley; J. A. Farley; R. E. Faulkner; N. R. Featherstone; C. R. Fenwick; Mrs. S. L. Ferguson; First & Merchants National Bank -Richmond; J. P. Fishhurn; E. A. Fitzpatrick; J. W. Flannagan; R. Flannagan; Max Fleischer; Albert Fletcher; J. H. Fletcher; W. M. Fletcher; H. D. Flood Estate; J. W. Flood; J. B. Fogleman; Charles Forney; T. M. Frazier; D. S. Freeman; Mrs. Emma H. Friend; T. B. Fulgate; and F. H. Fuller

    • Box 160
      Correspondence, Ga - Hoo
      1937-1940

      Separate folders for: J. Galleher; Stanley S. Garner; J. Nance Garner; T. M. Gaithwright; Walter George; Peter Gerry; H. C. Gilmer; Thomas B. Glascock; C. Glass; P. Glass; Robert Glass; N. W. Gold; Golf Club; B. C. Goode; M. G. Goode; T. P. Gore; J. H. C. Grasty; W. M. Gravatt; Marvin L. Gray; H. E. Griffin; H. F. Guggenheim; B. T. Gunter; Harold C. Guy; J. H. Hall; W. C. Hall; J. W. Hanes; O. V. Hanger; E. F. Hargis; C. J. Harkrader; H. F. Harris; B. P. Harrison; P. Harrison; Aubrey Hawkins; C. Hill; H. H. Holt; Henry W. Holt; Homer A. Holt; R. D. Holt; S. W. Holt; J. M. Hooker; and L. Hooker

    • Box 161
      Correspondence, Hoo - Lew
      1937-1940

      Separate folders for: J. Edgar Hoover; Eugene A. Hults; Thomas M. Hundley; D. R. Hunt; T. L. Hunter; Sterling Hutcheson; R. L. Jackson; R. A. James; J. C. Jett; A. S. Johnson; J. H. Johnson; Hiram Johnson; Lewis Jones; C. M. Jordon; F. E. Kellam; P. E. Ketron; R. E. Kidd; James King; William C. King; William H. King; H. G. Kump; E. H. Lane; R. C. Lee; Joseph Leib; J. Leslie; and H. L. D. Lewis

    • Box 162
      Correspondence, Li - M
      1937-1940

      Separate folders for: Julian Lillis; A. G. Lively; Augustine Lonergan; L. Long; Mrs. Richard F. Loper; C. C. Louderback; O. Lowe; Frank Maloney; J. D. Martin; T. Martin; W. Barton Mason; G. A. Massenburg; C. P. McCue; H. R. McKay; Edward O. McCue, Jr.; James McNamara; T. R. Mechem; M. J. Menefee; Mrs. G. R. B. Michie; J. M. Miller, Jr.; W. M. Minter; R. K. Mitchell; W. S. Moffett; F. P. Moncure; R. C. L. Moncure; B. F. Moomaw; B. Moore; M. R. Morgan; W. F. Morgan; Page Morton; Col. S. W. Moulding, Sr.; A. Muncey; and L. Muse

    • Box 163
      Correspondence, Ne - Ro
      1937-1940

      Separate folders for: J. D. Neff; A. L. Newberry; B. T. Newton; A. S. Noblin; L. U. Noland, Jr.; A. Obici; C. H. Osburn; T. W. Ozlin; W. N. Page; R. R. Parker; G. C. Peery; R. L. Pennington; R. H. Perry; F. Petty; G. Pinchot; Poll Taxes; Daniel L. Porter; J. L. Pratt; W. L. Prieur, Jr.; Oliver A. Quayle, Jr.; V. C. Randall; J. J. Raskob; E. W. Rawls; C. C. Reed; W. T. Reed, Jr.; R. H. Ricardo; A. B. Richard; E. R. Richardson; Olin M. Richardson; J. Richman; W. C. Rives; Lawrence W. Robert, Jr.; and Floyd H. Roberts

    • Box 164
      Correspondence, Ro - Se
      1937-1940

      Separate folders for: R. G. Roberts; A. W. Robertson; F. W. Rogers; W. O. Rogers; W. S. Roop; Albert L. Roper; Col. A. D. Rorex; Maurice Rosenburg; Robert A. Russell; Walter L. Sams; A. Schewel; W. H. Schwarzschild; Senatorial Campaign, 1940; and Senate "Select Committee on Investigation of Administrative Agencies"

    • Box 165
      Correspondence, Se - St
      1937-1940

      Separate folders for: Senate "Select Committee on Investigation of Executive Committees"; Senate Rules Committee re; Senate Restaurant & Arbuckle emblezzlement; W. B. Shafer, Jr.; C. M. Shannon; H. G. Shirley; W. B. Sirman; S. L. Slover; S. F. Small; C. T. Smith; H. W. Smith; J. H. A. Smith; L. F. Smith; Oscar Smith; P. H. Smith; L. J. Smithwick; H. F. Snead; R. L. Snell; W. S. Snow; L. Spillman; Thomas B. Stanley; Charles H. Stall; State Laws & Legisla tion; Statistics -Population, Income, Taxes; and R. B. Stephenson

    • Box 166
      Correspondence, Sto - V
      1937-1940

      Separate folders for: W. R. Stone; A. T. Stroud; H. C. Stuart; John W. Stuart; Walter P. Stuart; William A. Stuart; W. Swank; G. F. Switzer; J. R. Switzer; F. S. Tavenner; D. W. Thomas; H. C. Thompson; S. J. Thompson; C. S. Towles; Mrs. W. W. Townes; L. Triplett; W. M. Tuck; Joseph P. Tumulty; S. H. Tyler; C. F. Unruh; R. C. Vaden; Arthur H. Vandenberg; Frederick Van Nuys; Guy G. Via; Virginia Democrat; Virginia Democratic Club; Virginia Vote Tabulations; Virginia -Welfare Cases; and Voting Record of Harry Flood Byrd

    • Box 167
      Correspondence, W - Z
      1937-1940

      Separate folders for: Mrs. Russell Wagers; Mrs. F. A. Walke; Bradford H. Walker; John S. Wallace, II; Thomas Wallner; J. F. Walter; J. B. Wampler; T. E. Warriner; T. C. Watkins; Mrs. R. C. Watts; E. M. Wayland; A. C. Weaver; Kyle M. Weeks; George B. West; Nathaniel S. Wheat; L. M. Whitacre; E. White; Nell White; I. P. Whitehead; Mrs. I. P. Whitehead; G. F. Whitley; J. J. Wicker; J. J. Wicker, Jr.; H. T. Wickham; J. E. Williams; R. G. Williams; Martin B. Williams; H. Willis; L. L. Willis; C. H. Wilson; Ernest Woodruff; C. A. Woodrum; J. P. Woods; J. S. Wren; G. A. Wright; R. S. Wright, Jr.; W. A. Wright; J. F. Wysor; Young Democratic Clubs of Virginia; and J. H. Yost

  • C. 1941-1944
    • Box 168
      Correspondence, Al - Bi
      1941-1944

      Separate folders for: Albemarle County Democratic Committee; Alfalfa Club; T. C. Andrews; H. Apperson; Appointments: State, State ABC Board, and Judgeships; J. E. Arbogast; R. Arnold; Tom Atkinson; Dr. F. W. Barger; A. D. Barksdale; R. T. Barton; J. Battle; W. S. Battle; J. V. Bauserman; H. L. Baxley; W. W. Beverley; Biographical material of Harry Flood Byrd; and Lloyd C. Bird

    • Box 169
      Correspondence, Bl - By
      1941-1944

      Separate folders for: R. E. Blackwell; S. O. Bland; Cynthia Boatwright; C. W. Bondurant; Joseph L. Borda; J. H. Bradford; Ralph O. Brewster; J. F. Bright; R. K. Brock; S. W. Brooks; David Bruce; J. S. Bryan; M. Bustard; T. G. Burch; R. H. Burke; and Harry Flood Byrd for President

    • Box 170
      Correspondence, Harry Flood Byrd for President
      1941-1944
    • Box 171
      Correspondence, Harry Flood Byrd for President
      1941-1944

      Separate folders for: John U. Barr; Zach Lamar Cobb; K. A. Crowley; and E. B. Germany

    • Box 172
      Correspondence, Harry Flood Byrd for President
      1941-1944

      Separate folders for: S. B. Campbell; W. S. Campfield; C. Cannon; Bishop James Cannon; A. B. Carney; C. S. Carter; J. W. Carter; S. L. Carter; Stuart B. Carter; H. Cary; W. C. Caudill; A. B. Chandler; H. B. Chermside; S. M. Chitwood; and Morell Clarke

    • Box 173
      Correspondence, Cl - Da
      1941-1944

      Separate folders for: N. E. Clement; F. Wilmer Coffman; H. E. Cole; G. B. Collings; L. P. Collins; E. R. Combs; Edward R. Conner; B. R. Council; E. T. Crawford; G. Crews; Jake & John Crim; K. A. Crawley; J. A. Currier C. C. Curtis; P. V. Dalton; Ted Dalton; C. W. Darden, Sr.; and C. W. Darden, Jr.

    • Box 174
      Correspondence, Da - De
      1941-1944

      Separate folders for: C. W. Darden, Jr.; Darden Appointments -Federal Judgeships and State; Ralph Daughton; L. N. Davis; P. P. Deans; George DeHardit; and J. S. DeJarnette

    • Box 175
      Correspondence, Dem - Fo
      1941-1944

      Separate folders for: Democratic conYention (National); Collins Denny, Jr.; Dr. George H. Denny; Everett M. Dirksen; F. M. Dixon; E. G. Dodson; R. Dorsey; G. L. Doughty; L. M. Downs; P. H. Drewry; J. T. Duval; N. B. Early; John H. East; H. Edwards; James O. Eastland; John W. Eggleston; D. Lane Elder; Allen J. Ellender; W. E. Elmore; R. B. Ely; W. G. Epes; A. A. Farley; J. A. Farley; Fauquier County Democratic Committee; N. R. Featherstone; C. R. Fenwick; H. L. Ferguson; Mrs. S. L. Ferguson; William McL. Ferguson; J. B. Fishhurn; E. A. Fitzpatrick; M. Fleischer; A. Fletcher; J. H. Fletcher; James W. Fletcher; J. W. Flood; Edwin J. Flynn; J. B. Fogleman; and C. Forney

    • Box 176
      Correspondence, Fr - Ha
      1941-1944

      Separate folders for: Thomas Frank; T. M. Frazier; D. S. Freeman; F. H. Fuller; O. M. Gardner; T. M. Gaith right; Peter Gerry; H. Gilmer; H. C. Gilmer; T. B. Glascock; P. Glass; M. W. Gold; M. G. Goode; Bernard C. Goodwin; C. O. Goolrick; T. P. Gore; J. H. C. Grasty; Garland Gray; Marvin L. Gray; Theodore F. Green; Noble J. Gregory; A. G. Gresham; H. E. Griffin; B. T. Gunter, Jr.; H. C. Guy; J. H. Hall; Stilson H. Hall; W. C. Hall; Ellis F. Hargis; C. Harkrader; Harvey F. Harris; Hiter H. Harris; Winder R. Harris; B. P. Harrison; M. D. Hart; Carl Hatch; Albert W. Hawkes; A. Wayne Hawks; and J. B. Haywood

    • Box 177
      Correspondence, He - L
      1941-1944

      Separate folders for: C. L. Herring; C. Hill; W. S. Hildreth; H. H. Holt, Jr.; Homer A. Holt; L. H. Hooker; Herbert Hoover; J. Rolfe Horsley; Walter Y. Hosier; T. L. Hunter; Eppa Hunton, IV; S. Hutcheson; J. C. Jett; A. S. Johnson; C. M. Jordon; E. C. Johnson; F. E. Kellam; W. C. King; H. G. Kump; Dabney S. Lancaster; E. H. Lane; Josh Lee; J. Leslie; John L. Lewis; J. Lillis; List of House & Senate members who have sons or daughters in the Service; A. G. Lively; M. M. Long; L. E. Lookabill; R. F. Loper; C. C. Louderback; and O. Lowe

    • Box 178
      Correspondence, Mc - O
      1941-1944

      Separate folders for: Patrick McCarran; C. P. McCue; E. O. McCue, Jr.; H. R. McKay; Kenneth McKellar; J. Maynard Magruder; Francis Maloney; Clarence Martin; J. D. Martin; T. E. Martin; W. B. Mason; G. A. Massenburg; J. H. May; E. Meeks; Carroll Menefee; H. Miller; J. M. Miller, Jr.; W. M. Minter; J. D. Mitchell; W. S. Moffett; F. P. Moncure; R. C. L. Moncure; E. S. Montague; B. F. Moomaw; E. B. Moore; E. H. Moore; Frank Moore; Grace Moore; M. R. Morgan; C. H. Morrissett; Charles T. Moses; Preston Moses; S. W. Moulding, Sr.; L. Muse; L. U. Noland; R. O. Norris, Jr.; H. and E. W. Opie; Organization of Executive Department Chart; John H. Overton; and T. W. Ozlin

    • Box 179
      Correspondence, Pa - Ro
      1941-1944

      Separate folders for: A. A. Page; W. N. Page; John Paul; G. C. Peery; Philip C. Pendleton; R. L. Pennington; R. H. Perry; Poll Taxes; Mrs. John G. Pollard; Political Leaders list; D. L. Porter; J. L. Pratt; W. L. Prieur, Jr.; Robert Ramspeck; V. C. Randall; E. W. Rawls; S. W. Rawls; C. C. Reed; P. L. Reed; W. T. Reed, Jr.; Report of the Subcommittee concerning Voting in Virginia; John Q. Rhodes; R. H. Ricardo; E. R. Richardson; J. Richman; W. C. Rives; R. G. Roberts; A. W. Robertson; F. W. Rogers; and W. O. Rogers

    • Box 180
      Correspondence, Ro - Sm
      1941-1944

      Separate folders for: F. D. Roosevelt; Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt; A. L. Roper; W. S. Roop; John H. Russell; R. A. Russell; W. L. Sams; Salvation Army; David E. Satterfield; P. Saunders; Senate Rules Committee re: Senate Restaurant & Arbuckle emblezzlement; W. B. Shafer, Jr.; C. M. Shannon; C. Bascom Slemp; S. L. Slover; Sidney F. Small; H. W. Smith; L. F. Smith; O. F. Smith; P. M. Smith; and W. B. Smith

    • Box 181
      Correspondence, Sn - T
      1941-1944

      Separate folders for: W. S. Snow; L. Spillman; C. V. Spratley; T. B. Stanley; A. P. Staples; State general election -Letters of congratulations; State Laws & Legislation; A. E. S. Stephens; R. B. Stephenson; E. R. Stettinius; Richard C. Stokes; A. T. Stroud; H. C. Stuart; J. W. Stuart; W. Swank; G. F. Switzer; J. R. Switzer; Robert A. Taft; F. S. Tavenner; D. W. Thomas; H. C. Thompson; John G. Townsend; L. Triplett; W. M. Tuck; and Millard E. Tydings

    • Box 182
      Correspondence, U - We
      1941-1944

      Separate folders for: U. S. Exports to British Empire; C. F. Unruh; R. C. Vaden; Ray Allen Van Clief; F. Van Nuys; Virginia State Poll Tax; Virginia -Welfare Cases; Voting Record of Harry Flood Byrd; Russell F. Wagers; Mrs. F. A. Walker; B. H. Walker; F. C. Walker; J. G. Wallace, II; J. F. Walter; J. B. Wampler; T. C. Watkins; R. C. Watts; A. Weaver; Russell Weaver; and Sinclair Weeks

    • Box 183
      Correspondence, Wh - Y
      1941-1944

      Separate folders for: Kenneth S. Wherry; E. White; G. F. Whitley; Kennon C. Whittle; J. J. Wicker; J. J. Wicker, Jr.; H. T. Wickham; Ralph E. Wilkins; J. E. Williams; Lewis C. Williams; R. G. Williams; C. H. Wilson; Woodrow Wilson Foundation Brochure; J. D. Wine; C. A. Woodrum; J. P. Woods; J. S. Wrenn; G. A. Wright; R. S. Wright; W. A. Wright; J. F. Wysor; Young Democratic Clubs of Virginia; and J. H. Yost

  • D. 1945-1948
    • Box 184
      Correspondence, A - Bi
      1945-1948

      Separate folders for: Watkins M. Abbitt; Alfalfa Club; J. L. Almond, Jr.; T. C. Andrews; H. B. Apperson; Appointments re: Federal Judgeships, State ABC Board; State Judge ships, U. S. Court of Appeals, and U. S. Tax Court; Arlington County Democratic Executive Committee; R. Arnold; Arti facts; T. Atkinson; A. D. Barksdale; S. B. Barham; John U. Barr; J. S. Battle; W. S. Battle; H. L. Baxley; M. J. Beverley; W. W. Beverley; Theodore G. Bilbo; and Lloyd C. Bird

    • Box 185
      Correspondence, Bl - Co
      1945-1948

      Separate folders for: R. E. Blackwell; S. O. Bland; Cynthia A. Boatwright (Mrs. R. G.); Armistead L. Boothe; Joseph L. Borda; Frank W. Boykins; J. H. Bradford; R. K. Brock; J. S. Bryan; T. G. Burch; Clarence G. Burton; Frank P. Burton; R. L. Burke; M. Bus tard; Hugh Butler; R. Button; Campaign -3rd District; S. B. Campbell; W. S. Campfield; Vincent A. Carlin; A. B. Carney; C. S. Carter; S. L. Carter; Hunsdon Cary; W. C. Caudill; Maj. Gen. B. F. Cheatham; H. B. Chermside; B. C. Clark; Tom Clark; N. E. Clement; Zach Lamar Cobb; L. P. Collins; and E. R. Combs

    • Box 186
      Correspondence, Cr - F
      1945-1948

      Separate folders for: G. Crews; Jacob & John Crim; J. A. Currier Ted Dalton; C. W. Darden, Jr.; L. N. Davis; Q. C. Davis; P. P. Deans; Democratic Executive Committee; Democratic State Central Committee; C. Denny, Jr.; G. H. Denny; Jesse W. Dillon; E. G. Dodson; P. H. Drewry; C. J. Duke, Jr.; J. T. DuVal; N. B. Early; H. Edwards; D. L. Elder; W. E. Elmore; R. B. Ely; A. A. Farley; R. Feather stone; C. R. Fenwick; H. Ferguson; J. B. Fishburn; E. A. Fitzpatrick; J. W. Flannagan; A. Fletcher; J. W. Fletcher; J.W. Flood; J. B. Fogleman; C. Forney; T.M. Frazier; D. S. Freeman; and T. B. Fulgate

    • Box 187
      Correspondence, G - Ha
      1945-1948

      Separate folders for: Vaughan Gary; T. M. Gaithright; General Assembly Election; H. Gilmer; P. Glass; Robert Glass; R. E. Glover; C. B. Godwin; M. G. Goode; Bernard C. Goodwin; C. O. Goolrick; Goverment Reorganization; Governorship -Virginia; W. M. Gravatt; Garland Gray; M. L. Gray; John L. Greene; A. G. Gresham; H. E. Griffin; Gubernatorial Campaign of 1945; B. T. Gunter; H. C. Guy; J. H. Hall; S. H. Hall; W. C. Hall; Porter Hardy, Jr.; E. F. Hargis; H. H. Harris; A. S. Harrison; B. P. Harrison; A. W. Hawkes; and Carl Hayden

    • Box 188
      Correspondence, Hi - L
      1945-1948

      Separate folders for: W. S. Hildreth; C. H. Hill; Signey Hillman -Biographical material; H. H. Holt; R. D. Holt; L. Hooker; W. Y. Hosier; T. L. Hunter; S. Hutcheson; Jefferson Day Dinner; J. C. Jett; A. S. Johnson; Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Expenditures; Robert F. Jones; C. M. Jordon; F. E. Kellam; Sidney Kellam; Marshall King; W. C. King; H. G. Kump; D. S. Lancaster; E. H. Lane; Letters of congratula tions; Fulton Lewis, Jr.; J. M. Lillie; L. E. Lookabill; M. M. Long; C. C. Louderback; O. Lowe; Luncheons; and Lynchings in the South

    • Box 189
      Correspondence, M - P
      1945-1948

      Separate folders for: W. D. Macon; C. P. McCue; E. O. McCue, Jr.; J. B. McDaniel; Kenneth McKellar; J. D. Martin; G. A. Massenburg; Edward Meeks; H. Miller; J. M. Miller, Jr.; H. F. Minter; J. Douglas Mitchell; W. S. Moffett; E. S. Montague; B. Moore; E. H. Moore; C. H. Morrisett; Wayne Morse; C. T. Moses; L. Muse; L. U. Noland; R. O. Norris, Jr.; E. W. Opie; A. A. Page; Lester S. Parsons; J. Paul; G. C. Peery; Political; Poll Taxes & White Primary; Mrs. John G. Pollard; J. L. Pratt; and W. L. Prieur, Jr.

    • Box 190
      Correspondence, Q - St
      1945-1948

      Separate folders for: V. C. Randall; C. C. Reed; P. L. Reed; W. T. Reed, Jr.; Chapman Revercomb; R. H. Ricardo; Rufus Roberts; James Robertson; A. W. Robertson; F. W. Rogers; W. O. Rogers; F. D. Roosevelt; Roosevelt's Inaguration -1945; R. A. Russell; Senate Rules Committee re: Senate Restaurant & Arbuckle Embezzlement; Senatorial Campaign; S. L. Slover; S. F. Small; H. W. Smith; O. F. Smith; W. B. Smith; H. F. Snead; Special session, 1944; and T. B. Stanley

    • Box 191
      Correspondence, Sta - Tu
      1945-1948

      Separate folders for: State Senate; Richard C. Stokes; Strikes in Virginia; A. T. Stroud; W. A. Stuart; Suffrage Laws; G. F. Switzer; F. S. Tavenner; Teacher's Salaries; D. W. Thomas; and W. M. Tuck

    • Box 192
      Correspondence, Ty - V
      1945-1948

      Separate folders for: M. E. Tydings; C. F. Unruh; University of Virginia; R. C. Vaden; R. A. Van Clief; Virginia Budget; Virginia Constitution re: Voting; Virginia Election Laws; Virginia Legislation -General; Virginia State Legislation; Virginia State Poll Tax; Virginia Welfare Cases; and Voting Record by year on Neutrality, UN, Trade, and Veterans

    • Box 193
      Voting Lists, Ac - Lo
      1946
    • Box 194
      Voting Lists, Lu - Yo
      1937, 1940, and 1946
    • Box 195
      Correspondence, W, X, Y, & Z
      1945-1948

      Separate folders for: Henry A. Wallace; J. F. Walter; E. M. Wayland; R. M. Weaver; S. Weeks; Burton K. Wheeler; E. White; J. J. Wicker, J. J. Wicker, Jr.; Ralph Wilkins; L. C. Williams; R. G. Williams; H. Willis; C. H. Wilson; J. D. Wine; C. A. Woodrum; J. S. Wren; G. A. Wright; R. S. Wright, Jr.; J. F. Wysor; and J. H. Yost

  • E. 1949-1952
    • Box 196
      Correspondence, A - Be
      1949-1952

      Separate folders for: W. M. Abbitt; Alfalfa Club; J. L. Almond; American Legion; T. C. Andrews; R. Arnold; J. S. Battle; and M. J. Beverley

    • Box 197
      Correspondence, Bi - Co
      1949-1952

      Separate folders for: D. Woodrow Bird; C. A. Boatwright; A. L. Boothe; G. L. Boothe; J. L. Borda; Nina L. Boyd; William M. Boyle; T. G. Burch; C. G. Burton; J. F. Byrnes; A. B. Carney; C. S. Carter; Cartoons; H. Cary; L. P. Collins; and E. R. Combs

    • Box 198
      Correspondence, Cr - D
      1949-1952

      Separate folders for: G. Crews; H. R. Cullen; T. Dalton; C. W. Darden, Jr.; L. N. Davis; G. P. DeHardit; Democratic National Committee; Democratic National Convention; Democratic National Convention Memoir; C. Denny, Jr.; J. W. Dillon; Everett Dirksen; E. G. Dodson; L. M. Downs; and Charles J. Duke, Jr.

    • Box 199
      Correspondence, E - Ha
      1949-1952

      Separate folders for: Cyrus S. Eaton; Dwight D. Eisenhower; D. L. Elder; W. E. Elmore; C. R. Fenwick; H. L. Ferguson; Mrs. S. L. Ferguson; W. M. Ferguson; Fiscal Situation; E. A. Fitzpatrick; J. W. Fletcher; C. Forney; J. W. Flood; T. B. Fulgate; J. V. Gary; H. G. Gilmer; C. O. Gulrick; W. M. Gravatt; G. Gray; J. L. Green; A. G. Gresham; H. E. Griffin; H. C. Guy; J. H. Hall; P. Hardy, Jr.; D. L. Harrell, Jr.; B. P. Harrison; H. H. Harris; M. D. Hart; and Robert Hazelwood

    • Box 200
      Correspondence, Hi - J
      1949-1952

      Separate folders for: Highway Department; W. S. Hildreth; C. H. Hill; Spessard Holland; H. A. Holt; Dowell J. Howell; Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner; A. S. Johnson; and Joint Committee on Reduction of Non essential Federal Expenditures

    • Box 201
      Correspondence, K - Lu
      1949-1952

      Separate folders for: S. S. Kellam; W. C. King; E. H. Lane; A. G. Lively; M. M. Long; C. C. Louderback; O. Lowe; Scott W. Lucas; and Luncheons

    • Box 202
      Correspondence, Lu - M
      1949-1952

      Separate folders for: Luncheons; G. A. Massenburg; J. H. May; C. P. McCue; E. O. McCue, Jr.; Francis Pickens Miller; W. S. Moffett; B. F. Moomaw; and C. H. Morrissett

    • Box 203
      Correspondence, M - Q
      1949-1952

      Separate folders for: J. P. Neff; L. U. Noland; R. O. Norris; E. A. Opie; A. A. Page; Pepper Campaign; Drew Pearson; Poll Tax & Voting Laws; Mrs. J. G. Pollard; J. L. Pratt; and W. L. Prieur, Jr.

    • Box 204
      Correspondence, R - Sc; 1952 Senatorial Campaign, First District
      1949-1952

      Separate folders for: Religious affiliations of members of the Senate, 82nd Congress; J. Q. Rhodes; A. W. Robertson; J. Robertson; Edward J. Robeson, Jr.; A. Schewel; W. Harry Schwartzchild, Jr.; and Senatorial Campaign, First District

    • Box 205
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, First and Second District
      1952
    • Box 206
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Second District
      1952
    • Box 207
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Third District
      1952
    • Box 208
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Third District
      1952
    • Box 209
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Third District
      1952
    • Box 210
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Fourth District
      1952
    • Box 211
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Fourth District
      1952
    • Box 212
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Fourth and Fifth District
      1952
    • Box 213
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Fifth District
      1952
    • Box 214
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Sixth District
      1952
    • Box 215
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Sixth District
      1952
    • Box 216
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Sixth and Seventh District
      1952
    • Box 217
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Seventh District
      1952
    • Box 218
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Seventh and Eighth District
      1952
    • Box 219
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Eighth District
      1952
    • Box 220
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Eighth District
      1952
    • Box 221
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Eighth and Ninth District
      1952
    • Box 222
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Ninth District
      1952
    • Box 223
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Ninth and Tenth District
      1952
    • Box 224
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Out of State, A - G
      1952
    • Box 225
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Out of State, H - Q
      1952
    • Box 226
      Correspondence, 1952 Senatorial Campaign, Out of State, R - Z
      1952

      Separate folder for: Campaign material; chiefly excerpts of speeches and statements

    • Box 227
      Correspondence, Si - T
      1949-1952

      Separate folders for: Signatures of Southern Senators in support of substitute for SR15; George Smathers; H. W. Smith; A. E. S. Stephens; T. B. Stanley; John C. Stennis; G. F. Switzer; D. W. Thomas; and W. M. Tuck

    • Box 228
      Correspondence, U - Z
      1949-1952

      Separate folders for: University of Virginia; C. F. Unruh; Voting Record of Harry Flood Byrd; T. C. Watkins; J. B. Wampler; E. M. Wayland; R. M. Weaver; E. White; Robert Whitehead; J. J. Wicker, Jr.; H. Willis; J. S. Wren; W. A. Wright; J. F. Wysor; Young Democrat Clubs of America; J. H. Yost; and R. M. Youell

  • F. 1953-1956
    • Box 229
      Correspondence, A - B
      1953-1956

      Separate folders for: W. M. Abbitt; Alfalfa Club; J. L. Almond; T. C. Andrews; R. Arnold; Ann and J. P. Arthur; J. W. Bailey; Robert Baker; J. S. Battle; Samuel M. Bemiss; C. F. Beverley; M. J. Beverley; Lloyd C. Bird; Bill for single appropriation and item Veto -proposed by Harry Flood Byrd; C. A. Boatwright; A. L. Boothe; Clarence J. Brown; T. A. Burke; H. Butler; Byrd Tax Bill [1954] ; and J. F. Byrnes

    • Box 230
      Correspondence, C - D
      1953-1956

      Separate folders for: John G. Carter; Cartoons; A. B. Chandler; H. B. Chermside; E. R. Combs; B. R. Councill; Kent Courtney; Mrs. Grasty Crews; Albert S. Cross; H. R. Cullen: T. Dalton; C. W. Darden, Jr.; G. P. DeHardit; Democratic National Committee; Democratic State Central Committee; Collins Denny, Jr.; T. E. Dewey; D. Dillon; E. G. Dodson; Ralph Dorsey; Lew W. Douglas; L. M. Downs; and W. G. Dunnington

    • Box 231
      Correspondence, E - G
      1953-1956

      Separate folders for: H. H. Edwards; A. J. Ellender; Mr. & Mrs. W. E. Elmore; Federal Housing Administration Investigation; C. R. Fenwick; H. Ferguson; E. A. Fitz patrick; Ralph E. Flanders; J. W. Fletcher; J. W. Flood; Flood Control; J. B. Fogleman; J. V. Gary; Gasoline Tax; General Assembly & Democratic Committee Assignments; General -Virginia affairs; Walter F. George; Peter Gerry; Henry Gilmer; H. C. Gilmer; P. Glass, Jr.; Barry Goldwater; C. O. Goolrick; Goshen Pass; J. L. Green; T. F. Green; Marvin Griffin; George P. Grove; Gubernatorial campaign; and Harry Guggenheim

    • Box 232
      Correspondence, H
      1953-1956

      Separate folders for: J. W. Hanes; P. Hardy, Jr.; Robert M. Harriss; A. S. Harrison; B. P. Harrison; Mrs. A. Paul Hartz; A. W. Hawkes; Thomas C. Hennings; Highways; W. S. Hildreth; K. V. Hoffman; and George Humphrey

    • Box 233
      Correspondence, I - Lo
      1953-1956

      Separate folders for: Jackson-Jefferson Day Dinner; Pat Jennings; E. C. Johnson; Lyndon Johnson; Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures; F. E. Kellam; S. Kellam; John F. Kennedy; James Kilpatrick; E. H. Lane; Local Committeemen Addresses -Va.; and C. C. Louderback

    • Box 234
      Correspondence, Lu
      1953-1956

      Separate folders for: Luncheons

    • Box 235
      Correspondence, Lu - L
      1953-1956

      Separate folders for: Luncheons

    • Box 236
      Correspondence, M - Pre
      1953-1956

      Separate folders for: G. A. Massenburg; G. Edmond Massie; John L. McClellan; George Meany; Robert R. Merhige. Jr.; B. F. Moomaw; E. B. Moore; C. H. Morrissett; True D. Morse; B. T. Newton; R. O. Norris, Jr.; A. A. Page; Poll Tax & Voting; Mrs. J. G. Pollard; J. L. Pratt; and Presidential Campaign re: T. C. Andrews and D. D. Eisenhower

    • Box 237
      Correspondence, Pre - R
      1953-1956

      Separate folders for: Presidential Campaign re: Adlai Stevenson and General Correspondence; W. L. Prieur, Jr.; Sam Ryaburn; R. E. A.; W. T. Reed, Jr.; Remarks honoring Harry Flood Byrd on his 20th year in the Senate; A. W. Robertson; and Ernest Robertson

    • Box 238
      Correspondence, S - Tha
      1953-1956

      Separate folders for: Leverett Saltonstall; D. E. Satterfield, III; Allen Shivers; H. W. Smith; Margaret Chase Smith; T. B. Stanley; A. E. S. Stephens; A. E. Stevenson; W. F. Stone; Lewis Strauss; H. C. Stuart; G. F. Switzer; Stuart Symington; Thank you notes, etc., A -R

    • Box 239
      Correspondence, Tha - V
      1953-1956

      Separate folders for: Thank you notes, etc., S -Z; Mr. & Mrs. James M. Thomson; Samuel Thrasher; Travel; W. M. Tuck; Samuel Ungerleider; Mary Washington College; University of Virginia; Virginia Debt; Virginia Judgeships; and Votes cast for Governor, Lt. Governor and Attorney General

    • Box 240
      Correspondence, W - Z
      1953-1956

      Separate folders for: S. Gardner Waller; C. W. Wampler; E. White; J. L. Whitehead; Conrad Wirth; J. S. Wren; and J. F. Wysor

  • G. 1957-1960
    • Box 241
      Correspondence, Ab - Al
      1957-1960

      Separate folders for: W. M. Abbitt; Sherman Adams; Holmes Alexander; Alfalfa Club; and J. L. Almond re: Federal Judgeships and Gubernatorial Campaign, A -S

    • Box 242
      Correspondence, Al - B
      1957-1960

      Separate folders for: J. L. Almond re: Gubernatorial Campaign, T -Z, and Integration; T. C. Andrews; Anti Massive Resistance; R. N. Arnold; T. Atkinson; Robert G. Baker; Ross Barnett; John S. Battle; W. C. Battle; S. M. Bemiss; Ezra Taft Benson; M. J. Beverley; Lloyd C. Bird; C. A. Boatwright; A. 1. Boothe; F. Boykin; Paul Butler; D. Tennant Bryan; and J. F. Byrnes

    • Box 243
      Correspondence, C - D
      1957-1960

      Separate folders for: David Carliner; Mrs. A. B. Carney; C. S. Carter; Lenoir Chambers; A. B. Chandler; Cartoons; H. B. Chermside; B. R. Councill; G. Crews; Carl T. Curtis; Virginius Dabney; T. Dalton; Price Daniel; C. W. Darden, Jr.; L. N. Davis; G. P. DeHardit; E. DeJarnette; Democratic Convention; Democratic District Committees; Democratic National Committee; Democratic State Central Committee; C. D. Dillon; J. W. Dillon; E. G. Dodson; R. N. Dorsey; Thomas N. Downing; Allen Drury; W. F. Duckworth; and W. Dunnington

    • Box 244
      Correspondence, E - Hu
      1957-1960

      Separate folders for: J. O. Eastland; D. D. Eisenhower; A. J. Ellender; Bernard Fensterwald, Jr.; C. R. Fenwick; Fiscal Policy w/Newspaper Editors; E. A. Fitzpatrick; J. W. Fletcher; J. W. Flood; J. B. Fogleman; J. Allen Frear; F. H. Fuller; J. V. Gary; General Assembly Members Addresses; H. C. Gilmer; Howard C. Gilmer; C. Glass, III; Mills E. Godwin; B. Goldwater; G. Gray; E. V. Gresham; Gubernatorial Campaign, 1957, Page County; H. Guggenheim; N. Hamilton; J. W. Hanes; A. S. Harrison; B. P. Harrison; W. S. Hildreth; John D. Hoblitzell, Jr.; K. V. Hoffman; S. L. Holland; G. M. Humphrey; and S. Hutcheson

    • Box 245
      Correspondence, H - Lo
      1957-1960

      Separate folders for: Jefferson-Jackson Dinner; William E. Jenner; W. P. Jennings; L. Johnson; Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures; S. Kellam; J. F. Kennedy; J. & R. Kennedy; Robert Kennedy; J. J. Kilpatrick; Arthur Krock; Labor; Ben Lacy; Bolling Lambeth; Frank J. Lausche; D. Lawrence; Joe A. Leslie, Jr.; Mrs. Mark Lloyd; and C. C. Louderback

    • Box 246
      Correspondence, Lu
      1957-1960

      Separate folders for: Luncheons

    • Box 247
      Correspondence, Lu - L
      1957-1960

      Separate folders for: Luncheons

    • Box 248
      Correspondence, M
      1957-1960

      Separate folders for: Edward Martin; John L. McClellan; Charles McDowell; Robert S. McNamara; Media Correspondence General, Radio & Television, Richmond Times Dispatch & News Leader, U. S. News & World Report, and the Wall Street Journal; M. J. Menefee; J. Clifford Miller; W. M. Minter; E. B. Moore; and C. H. Morrissett

    • Box 249
      Correspondence, N - Se
      1957-1960

      Separate folders for: Richard M. Nixon; R. O. Norris; A. A. Page, D. Pearson; Wilton B. Persons; Political Party Platforms; Mrs. J. G. Pollard; J. L. Pratt; W. L. Prieur, Jr.; S. Rayburn; W. T. Reed, Jr.; Adm. H. G. Rickover; A. W. Robertson; George C. Ruhle; L. Saltonstall; H. F. Seal, Jr.; Senatorial Campaign -1958; and Senatorial Certificate of Election

    • Box 250
      Correspondence, 1958 Senatorial Campaign, First and Second District
      1958
    • Box 251
      Correspondence, 1958 Senatorial Campaign, Third and Fourth District
      1958
    • Box 252
      Correspondence, 1958 Senatorial Campaign, Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth District
      1958
    • Box 253
      Correspondence, 1958 Senatorial Campaign, Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth District
      1958
    • Box 254
      Correspondence, 1958 Senatorial Campaign, Eighth, Ninth, and Tenth District
      1958
    • Box 255
      Correspondence, 1958 Senatorial Campaign
      1958

      Separate folders for: Campaign material; chiefly clippings, etc.

    • Box 256
      Correspondence, 1958 Senatorial Campaign, Virginia, A - Q
      1958

      Re: Harry Flood Byrd's decision to run again for Senator

    • Box 257
      Correspondence, 1958 Senatorial Campaign, Virginia, R - Z; Out of State, A - C
      1958

      Re: Harry Flood Byrd's decision to run again for Senator

    • Box 258
      Correspondence, 1958 Senatorial Campaign, Out of State, D - L
      1958

      Re: Harry Flood Byrd's decision to run again for Senator

    • Box 259
      Correspondence, 1958 Senatorial Campaign, Out of State, Mc - S
      1958

      Re: Harry Flood Byrd's decision to run again for Senator

    • Box 260
      Correspondence, 1958 Senatorial Campaign, Out of State, T - Z; Sh - Ta
      1958; 1957-1960

      Separate folders for: Harry Flood Byrd's decision to run again for Senator; Shenandoah Democratic Committee; Shenandoah National Park; H. W. Smith; Lawrence E. Spivak; A. B. S. Stephens; L. L. Strauss; G. F. Switzer; J. R. Switzer; Herman Talmadge; and Henry J. Taylor

    • Box 261
      Correspondence, Th
      1957-1960

      Separate folders for: Thank you notes, etc.

    • Box 262
      Correspondence, Thr - Ve
      1957-1960

      Separate folders for: Samuel H. Thrasher; Strom Thurmond; Travel; Harry S. Truman; W. M. Tuck; Lawson Turner, Jr.; Joe Tusing; U. S. Department of Agriculture; and Veterans

    • Box 263
      Correspondence, Vi - Z
      1957-1960

      Separate folders for: Virginia County Boards of Supervisors Virginia Democratic Convention; Virginia Democratic Party; Virginia General Assembly; Washington Post; T. C. Watkins; Sinclair Weeks; J. J. Wicker, Jr.; J. H. Wilkerson, Jr.; H. A. Williams; J. J. Williams; C. L. Wirth; and J. H. Yost

  • H. 1961-1965
    • Box 264
      Correspondence, A
      1961-1965

      Separate folders for: W. M. Abbitt; H. Alexander; Alfalfa Club; J. L. Almond re: Federal Judgeships and Integration; T. C. Andrews; R. Arnold; and T. Atkinson

    • Box 265
      Correspondence, B
      1961-1965

      Separate folders for: J. S. Battle; S. M. Bemiss; E. T. Benson; Richard E. Berlin; M. J. Beverley; L. C. Bird; Cynthia (Mrs. R. G.) Boatwright; A. L. Boothe; F. W. Boykin; Annie J. Bronson; D. T. Bryan; Raymond A. Butler; R. Y. Button; Byrd -Biography; and J. F. Byrnes

    • Box 266
      Correspondence, C - D
      1961-1965

      Separate folders for: C. S. Carter; Stuart B. Carter; Cartoons; A. B. Chandler; H. B. Chermside; B. R. Councill; V. Dabney; C. W. Darden, Jr.; L. N. Davis; E. T. DeJarnette; J. W. Dillon; Thomas J. Dodd; E. G. Dodson; Ralph Dorsey; L. W. Douglas; C. Dowdey; T. N. Downing; A. Drury; W. F. Duckworth; and W. G. Dunnington

    • Box 267
      Correspondence, E - Ge
      1961-1965

      Separate folders for: D. D. Eisenhower; A. J. Ellender; Milton (Pete) Elliott; Mrs. W. E. Elmore; S. J. Ervin; E. A. Fitzpatrick; William H. Fitzpatrick; Newspaper Correspondence; J. W. Fletcher; J. W. Flood; Hiram L. Fong; Henry Ford; Guy Friddell; Dan J. Friedman; Frank H. Fuller; 3. V. Gary; General Assembly Invitation; and Get well cards, letters, etc. to Harry Flood Byrd, Sr., A -H

    • Box 268
      Correspondence, Get - G
      1961-1965

      Separate folders for: Get well cards, letters, etc. to Harry Flood Byrd, Sr., I -L; H. C. Gilmer; Tom R. & C. Glass, III; M. E. Godwin; G. Gray; B. Goldwater; Ashbel Green; Gu bernatorial Campaign, 1961; and H. Guggenheim

    • Box 269
      Correspondence, Ha - Hos
      1961-1965

      Separate folders for: A. S. Harrison; N. Hamilton; J. W. Hanes; P. Hardy; B. P. Harrison; W. S. Hildreth; K. V. Hoffman; S. Holland; H. L. Hooker; H. Hoover; J. E. Hoover; and R. Taylor Hoskins

    • Box 270
      Correspondence, Hos - K
      1961-1965

      Separate folders for: R. T. Hoskins; George M. Humphrey; Hubert H. Humphrey; H. L. Hunt; S. Hutcheson; Cary F. Jacobs; Pat Jennings; A. S. Johnson; E. C. Johnson; L. B. Johnson; Olin D. Johnston; S. Kellem; John & Robert Kennedy; C. E. Kilbourne; James J. Kilpatrick; and A. Krock

    • Box 271
      Correspondence, La - Lu
      1961-1965

      Separate folders for: Ben Lacy; E. H. Lane; D. Lawrence; J. A. Leslie, Jr.; C. C. Louderback; and Luncheons, April 1961 -April 1962

    • Box 272
      Correspondence, Lu
      1961-1965

      Separate folders for: Luncheons, June 1962 -April 1964

    • Box 273
      Correspondence, Lu - Mc
      1961-1965

      Separate folders for: Luncheons, April 1964 -June 1965; Charles McDowell; and Lewis A. McMurran, Jr.

    • Box 274
      Correspondence, Ma - Me
      1961-1965

      Separate folders for: Massassas Post Office; Mike Mansfield; John O. Marsh, Jr.; Ed Martin; J. W. Martin; Masonic Lodge tributes to Harry Flood Byrd; G. A. Massenburg; and Media Correspondence -General and Newsweek

    • Box 275
      Correspondence, Me - Pa
      1961-1965

      Separate folders for: Media Correspondence -Radio Television, Readers Digest, Richmond Times-Dispatch & News Leader, U. S. News & World Reports, and the Wall Street Journal; M. J. Menefee; J. Clifford Miller; E. B. Moore; E. S. Muskie; R. M. Nixon; A. A. Page; and C. Armonde Paxson

    • Box 276
      Correspondence, Pe - Pr
      1961-1965

      Separate folders for: D. Pearson; Fred G. Pollard; Mrs. J. G. Pollard; Post Offices in Virginia; and J. L. Pratt

    • Box 277
      Correspondence, Pri - Se
      1961-1965

      Separate folders for: W. L. Prieur, Jr.; W. T. Reed, Jr.; H. G. Rickover; A. W. Robertson; F. W. Rogers; William Rowland; and 1964 Senatorial Campaign, First District

    • Box 278
      Correspondence, 1964 Senatorial Campaign, First and Second District
      1964
    • Box 279
      Correspondence, 1964 Senatorial Campaign, Third, Fourth, and Fifth District
      1964
    • Box 280
      Correspondence, 1964 Senatorial Campaign, Sixth and Seventh District
      1964
    • Box 281
      Correspondence, 1964 Senatorial Campaign, Eighth, Ninth, and Tenth District
      1964
    • Box 282
      Correspondence, 1964 Senatorial Campaign, A - O
      1964
    • Box 283
      Correspondence, 1964 Senatorial Campaign, P - Z; Out of State, A - Z
      1964

      Separate folders for: Newspaper Correspondence; Virginia Voter Registration; and Voting List

    • Box 284
      Correspondence, 1964 Senatorial Campaign
      1964

      Separate folders for: Campaign literature; political invitations, etc.

    • Box 285
      Correspondence, Sen
      1961-1965

      Separate folders for: Senate Resolutions and Bills

    • Box 286
      Correspondence, Sen
      1961-1965

      Harry Flood Byrd's Thirtieth Anniversary in the Senate

    • Box 287
      Correspondence, Sm - Th
      1961-1965

      Separate folders for: H. W. Smith; M. C. Smith; Speeches and Statements -publicity and distribution; T. B. Stanley; John Stennis; A. E. S. Stephens; W. F. Stone; L. L. Strauss; G. F. Switzer; S. Symington; Herman Talmadge; H. J. Taylor; Henry P. Taylor; and Thank you notes, etc., A -B

    • Box 288
      Correspondence, Th
      1961-1965

      Separate folders for: Thank you notes, etc., C -M

    • Box 289
      Correspondence, Th - Tu
      1961-1965

      Separate folders for: Thank you notes, etc., N -Z; S. Thrasher; S. Thurmond; Travel; H. Truman; and W. M. Tuck

    • Box 290
      Correspondence, T - Z
      1961-1965

      Separate folders for: J. Tusing; Violation of State Department Travel Regulations; George C. Wallace; T. C. Watkins; J. J. Wicker, Jr.; E. White; Harrison A. Williams; C. L. Wirth; Landon R. Wyatt; Ralph W. Yarborough; J. H. Yost

Series IV: Miscellaneous Topics
  • A. Appointment and Engagement Books
    • Box 291
      1928 -1929; and 1950 -1965
  • B. Magazine Articles
    • Box 292
      1920 -1927
    • Box 293
      1928 -1935
    • Box 294
      1936 -1942
    • Box 295
      1942 -1944
    • Box 296
      1944 -1948
    • Box 297
      1948 -1950
    • Box 298
      1951 -1952
    • Box 299
      1953 -1957
    • Box 300
      1957 -1961
    • Box 301
      1962 -1966
  • C. News clippings
    • Box 302
      1924 -1935
    • Box 303
      1935 -1953
    • Box 304
      1953 -1960
    • Box 305
      1961 -1965
  • D. Constituents' Correspondence
    • Box 306
      1957 May; 1960 December -1961 February
    • Box 307
      1961 March -1961 June
    • Box 308
      1961 June -1961 September
    • Box 309
      1961 September -1962 January
    • Box 310
      1962 January
    • Box 311
      1962 January
    • Box 312
      1962 January -1962 February
    • Box 313
      1962 February
    • Box 314
      1962 February
    • Box 315
      1962 February -1962 March
    • Box 316
      1962 March
    • Box 317
      1962 March -1962 April
    • Box 318
      1962 April -1962 May
    • Box 319
      1962 May -1962 June
    • Box 320
      1962 June -1962 July
    • Box 321
      1962 July
    • Box 322
      1962 July -1962 August
    • Box 323
      1962 August
    • Box 324
      1962 August -1962 September
    • Box 325
      Re: Mississippi situation
      1962 October
    • Box 326
      1962 October -1962 December
    • Box 327
      1963 January
    • Box 328
      1963 January -1963 February
    • Box 329
      1963 February
    • Box 330
      1963 February -1963 March
    • Box 331
      1963 March
    • Box 332
      1963 March
    • Box 333
      1963 April
    • Box 334
      1963 April -1963 May
    • Box 335
      1963 May
    • Box 336
      1963 June -1963 July
    • Box 337
      1963 July -1963 August
    • Box 338
      1963 September
    • Box 339
      1963 September -1963 October
    • Box 340
      1963 October
    • Box 341
      1963 October
    • Box 342
      1963 November
    • Box 343
      1963 November -1963 December
    • Box 344
      1963 December
    • Box 345
      1964 January
    • Box 346
      1964 February -1964 April
    • Box 347
      1964 May -1964 December
    • Box 348
      1965 January -November 1965
    • v. 1, 2 & 3Dear Senator Byrd; Letters of appreciation
  • E. Harry F. Byrd Voting Record

    Personal Record of Harry Flood Byrd

    • v. 77March 4, 1933 -June 16, 1933
    • v. 78January 3, 1934 -June 18, 1934
    • v. 79January 3, 1935 -January 29, 1935
    • v. 80January 3, 1936 -June 20, 1936
    • v. 81January 5, 1937 -August 21, 1937
    • v. 82November 15, 1937 -December 21, 1937
    • v. 83January 3, 1938 -June 16, 1938
    • Box 349
      Entire Senate Voting Record of Harry Flood Byrd
      January 9, 1963 -October 3; March 4, 1933-October 13, 1962
    • Box 349
      Roll Call Votes, A - Z
      1934-1938
    • Box 349
      Roll Call Votes, A-L, Second Session
      1934-1938
    • Box 350
      Roll Call Votes, M-Z
      1934-1938
    • Box 350
      Roll Call Votes, A-Z
      1939-1943
    • Box 350
      Personal Voting Record, 83rd. Congress
      1953-1954
    • Box 350
      Personal Voting Record, 84th. Congress
      1955-1956
    • Box 350
      Roll Call Votes, 85th. Congress, Second Session only
      1958
    • Box 351
      Roll Call Votes, 86th. Congress, First Session
      1959
    • Box 351
      Roll Call Votes, 86th. Congress, Second Session
      1960
    • Box 351
      Roll Call Votes, 87th. Congress, First Session
      1961
    • Box 352
      Roll Call Votes, 87th. Congress, Second Session
      1962
    • Box 352
      Roll Call Votes, 88th. Congress, First Session
      1963
    • Box 352
      Roll Call Votes, 88th. Congress, Second Session
      1964
    • Box 353
      Roll Call Votes, 88th. Congress, Second Session
      1964
    • Box 353
      Roll Call Votes, 89th. Congress, First Session
      1965
  • F. Speeches and Statements
    • 1. Reference File of Other People's Speeches
      • Box 354
        Adams, Gov. Wm. H.: Inaugural Address to Colorado Legislature
      • Box 354
        Alderman, E. A.: Woodrow Wilson
      • Box 354
        Allen, Gov. F. G.: Message to Massachusetts Legislature
      • Box 354
        Anderson, Henry W.: 1921, Republican State Convention
      • Box 354
        Anderson, Henry W.: 1921, Opening Gubernatorial Campaign
      • Box 354
        Anderson, Henry W.: 1928, Before School of Present Day Politics
      • Box 354
        Anderson, Henry W.: 1929, Republican Keynote Address
      • Box 354
        Bailey, Jos. W.: 1929, "States Rights", before Jefferson League
      • Box 354
        Baker, Newton D.: 1932, "Democracy and Peace", Democratic Women's Club
      • Box 354
        Balzar, Gov. F. B.: 1927, Message to Nevada Legislature
      • Box 354
        Barkley, A. W.: 1932, Democratic National Convention
      • Box 354
        Beck, Jas. M.: 1931, "Washington and the Constitution"
      • Box 354
        Bird, Lloyd C.: 1944 May 11, Annual meeting of the Southern Association of Science and Industry
      • Box 354
        Bland, S. O.: 1926, Westmoreland County
      • Box 354
        Bowers, C. G.: 1931, "Woodrow Wilson"
      • Box 354
        Bradford, J. H.: 1928, Financial Procedure
      • Box 354
        Bradford, J. H.: 1930, Budget and Reorganization
      • Box 354
        Breckinridge, Henry: 1932, Harry F. Byrd
      • Box 354
        Breckinridge, Henry: 1934, People of N. Y. and Government
      • Box 354
        Breckinridge, Henry: 1934, Senatorial Campaign
      • Box 354
        Breckinridge, Henry: 1934, Senatorial Campaign
      • Box 354
        Breckinridge, Henry: 1934, Senatorial Campaign
      • Box 354
        Breckinridge, Henry: 1933-1935, Various Excerpts
      • Box 354
        Breckinridge, Mrs. Henry: Children
      • Box 354
        Brown, Wm. Moseley: 1929, Gubernatorial Campaign
      • Box 354
        Brown, Wm. Moseley: 1929, Gubernatorial Campaign
      • Box 354
        Cary, Hunsdon: 1921, Political Parties in Virginia
      • Box 354
        Chorley, Kenneth: Williamsburg Restoration
      • Box 354
        Daniels, Josephus: Woodrow Wilson
      • Box 354
        Dodd, Wm. E.: Woodrow Wilson
      • Box 354
        Epes, L. S.: Conditions in Virginia
      • Box 354
        Erickson, Gov. J. E.: Message to Montana Legislature
      • Box 354
        Fess, Senator S. D.: 1932, George Washington
      • Box 354
        Gaines, F. P.: Robert E. Lee
      • Box 354
        Gardner, O. Max: 1930, Reorganization of State Government. Institute of Public Affairs, Charlottesville
      • Box 354
        Gardner, O. Max: County Highway Organization
      • Box 354
        Gardner, O. Max: 1932, Kentucky General Assembly
      • Box 354
        Garner, John N.: 1930, Failure of Hoover Administration
      • Box 354
        Gillen, M. J.: 1932, Taxation and Public Credit
      • Box 354
        Glass, Carter: 1924, Government by Investigation
      • Box 354
        Goolrick, C. O.: 1928, Short Ballot
      • Box 354
        Gore, H. M.: 1927, Message to West Virginia Legislature
      • Box 354
        Green, Gov. F. W.: Message to Michigan Legislature
      • Box 354
        Hull, Cordell: 1929, Tariff and Commercial Policy, House of Representatives
      • Box 354
        Hull, Cordell: 1931, Democratic Speech
      • Box 354
        Hull, Cordell: 1931 Tariff and Commercial Policy
      • Box 354
        Hull, Cordell: 1931, Democratic Party
      • Box 354
        Hull, Cordell: 1931, Jefferson Day Dinner
      • Box 354
        Hull, Cordell: 1932, Governmental Policies. Recovery
      • Box 354
        Hull, Cordell: 1932, Tariff and Trade Program
      • Box 354
        Hunt, Gov. W. P.: 1927, Message to Arizona Legislature
      • Box 354
        Jackson, Gov. Ed.: 1927, Message to Indiana Legislature
      • Box 354
        Johnston, Gov. H. S.: 1932 Democratic National Convention
      • Box 354
        Kennedy, John F.: 1963 Feb. 21, Message to the Congress
      • Box 354
        Klein, Dr. Julius: Saving by Simplicity
      • Box 354
        Kohler, Gov. W. J.: Message to Wisconsin Legislature
      • Box 354
        Kump, Gov. H. D.: 1936 Dec. 14, Address to the Legislature
      • Box 355
        Lippman, Walter: 1932, Twelve Years of Republican Rule
      • Box 355
        Long, H. A.: Roosevelt or Smith
      • Box 355
        Ludlow, Louis: 1930, Centralization of Government
      • Box 355
        McLean, Gov. A. W.: 1925, Inaugural Address
      • Box 355
        McLean, Gov. A. W.: Message to North Carolina Legislature
      • Box 355
        McMullen, Gov. Adam: Message to Nebraska Legislature
      • Box 355
        Miller, John M., Jr.: 1931, Better Bankers
      • Box 355
        Miller, John M., Jr.: 1932, Troubles and Remedies
      • Box 355
        Morrissett, C. H.: Taxation
      • Box 355
        Morrissett, C. H.: Interest in Government
      • Box 355
        Payne, John B.: Woodrow Wilson
      • Box 355
        Peay, Gov. Austin: 1927, Message to Tenn. Legislature
      • Box 355
        Peek, Geo. N.: Foreign Trade
      • Box 355
        Peery, Gov. G. C.: 1936, Address to the General Assembly of Va.
      • Box 355
        Pennington, R.: 1934, Replies to Herald Courier
      • Box 355
        Pollard, John Garland: Gubernatorial Campaign
      • Box 355
        Pollard, John Garland: 1930, Inaugural Address
      • Box 355
        Price, Gov. James H.: 1940, General Assembly of Va.
      • Box 355
        Reed, James A.: 1934, Constitution Day
      • Box 355
        Ritchie, Gov. A. C.: 1922, Message to Md. Legislature
      • Box 355
        Ritchie, Gov. A. C.: 1932, Democratic Issues
      • Box 355
        Ritchie, Gov. A. C.: 1932, Unemployment, Taxation and Prohibition
      • Box 355
        Ritchie, Gov. A. C.: 1932, Jefferson Day Dinner
      • Box 355
        Robertson, A. Willis: 1929, Building for Future
      • Box 355
        Robertson, A. Willis: 1929, Law Enforcement
      • Box 355
        Robertson, A. Willis: 1935, Necessity for Economy in Government
      • Box 355
        Roosevelt, F. D.: 1929, Inaugural Address, Governorship
      • Box 355
        Roosevelt, F. D.: 1929, Message to New York Legislature
      • Box 355
        Roosevelt, F. D.: 1934, Executive Authority, Trade Agreements
      • Box 355
        Seasongood, Murray: George Washington and Political Parties
      • Box 355
        Shouse, Jouett: 1931, Democracy's Victory and Opportunity
      • Box 355
        Smith, A. E.: 1932, Financial Program for Crisis
      • Box 355
        Stuart, C. E.: Export-Import Bank
      • Box 355
        Stuart, Harry C. (Gov.): Candidate for Congress
      • Box 355
        Swanson, C. A.: 1909, Democratic Party of Virginia
      • Box 355
        Swanson, C. A.: 1928, Democratic Speech
      • Box 355
        Trinkle, E. Lee: 1922, Inaugural Address
      • Box 355
        Trinkle, E. Lee: 1922, Message to Legislature, Bond Issue, etc.
      • Box 355
        Trinkle, E. Lee: 1923, Extra Session. State office Building Redistricting. Highways, etc.
      • Box 355
        Trinkle, E. Lee: 1923, New York talk
      • Box 355
        Trinkle, E. Lee: 1924, Message to Legislature, General conditions
      • Box 355
        Trinkle, E. Lee: 1926, Farewell Message to Legislature
      • Box 355
        Trinkle, E. Lee: 1926, As Candidate for U. S. Senate
      • Box 355
        Trumbull, John H.: 1927, Inaugural Address
      • Box 355
        Verner, S. P.: Woodrow Wilson
      • Box 355
        Williams, R. Gray: Robert E. Lee
      • Box 355
        Woods, Jos. P.: 1924, Democratic Convention
      • Box 355
        Woolley, R. W.: 1923, Roads. Good Roads Association, Roanoke
      • Box 355
        Wormeley, Bishop: Baptist Church
      • Box 355
        Byrd, H. F., Gardner, O. Max, Wager, P. W.: Redistributing Functions of State and Local Government
      • Box 355
        Byrd, Brock, Ozlin, Browning, Gravatt: Justice L. S. Epes
      • Box 356
        Abbitt, Watkins M.:1958 May 13, Remarks relative to an address by Hon. William M. Tuck honoring Senator Byrd.
      • Box 356
        Alderman, Edwin A.: 1927 June, Graduating Address, University of Virginia
      • Box 356
        Battle, John S.: 1952 July 24, Speech at the Democratic National Convention, Chicago. (Folder empty when processed)
      • Box 356
        Bell, Heywood: 1957 October 8, Speech, Richmond, Virginia
      • Box 356
        Bell, Heywood: 1958 February 24, Address on Federal Expenditure Control, National Conference of State Taxpaper Executives, Washington, D. C.
      • Box 356
        Bell, Heywood: 1963 April 23, Discussion of Senate Concurrent Resolution 12 before Tax Foundation
      • Box 356
        Borda, Joseph L.: 1945 June 9, Speech before University Club, New York City
      • Box 356
        Bricker John W.: 1951 September 18, Statement in the Senate
      • Box 356
        Burke, Edward R.: 1944 April 10, Address before Regional Conference, Greensboro, North Carolina
      • Box 356
        Bush, Prescott: 1965 May 24, Address published in the Record commemorating the 358th. anniversary of the first permanent English settlers at Jamestown, Virginia
      • Box 356
        Darden, Colgate W. Jr.: 1944 January 12, Address before the General Assembly of Virginia
      • Box 356
        Eastland, James D.: 1965 January 22, Speech
      • Box 356
        Eisenhower, Dwight D.: 1948 April 2, Testimony on Universal Military Training on Segregation
      • Box 356
        Eisenhower, Dwight D.: 1957 June 24, Speech at the Governors' Conference at Williamsburg, Virginia
      • Box 356
        Flemming, Arthur S.: 1942 December 29, Address before Society For Personnel Administration
      • Box 356
        Franks, Edward T.: 1929 August 1, Speech delivered before the Eighth Annual Meeting of the Ohio Vocational Association, also communication
      • Box 356
        Freeman, Douglas S.: 1952 July 14, Remarks in introducing Senator Byrd
      • Box 356
        Funston, G. Keith: 1962 December 4, Remarks - New York City
      • Box 356
        George, Walter F.: 1956 March 12, Declaration of Constitutional Principles to be presented by Senator George in the Senate and in the House of Representatives by Representative Howard W. Smith
      • Box 356
        Goolrick, C. O'Conor: 1928, Discussion of The Short Ballot from the Affirmative View
      • Box 356
        Hawes, Harry Bartow: 1930 January 19, Speech. (Folder empty when processed)
      • Box 356
        Lausche, Frank John: 1958 July 11, Senator's Amendment to the Housing Bill presented by Senator Lausche
      • Box 356
        Lewis, Fulton, Jr.: 1946 August 19, Radio Address. (Folder found empty when processed)
      • Box 356
        Marshall: 1961 January 17, Speech prepared for Mr. Marshall congratulating the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company on the seventy-fifth anniversary of its founding
      • Box 356
        Miller, Francis Pickens: 1961 April 23, Review of book by Benj. Muse, "Virginia's Massive Resistance"
      • Box 356
        Morrissett, Charles H.: 1927 August 5, Address before the Virginia Bar Association, Virginia Beach
      • Box 356
        Morrissett, Charles H.: 1928, Statement on Proposed Amendments to the Constitution of Virginia
      • Box 356
        Newton, Blake Tyler: 1942, Thesis entitled "The Governor of Virginia as Business Manager"
      • Box 356
        Parrish, J. Scott: 1929 April 19, Speech delivered before the Virginia Social Science Association, Lynchburg, Virginia
      • Box 356
        Pollard, John Garland: 1934 January 10, Message delivered before the General Assembly
      • Box 356
        Rascob, John J.: 1929 June 10, Speech at a dinner given by the Jefferson Association of the District of Columbia
      • Box 356
        Reed, William T.: 1927 March 22, Statement on Changes in Automobile Taxes
      • Box 356
        Ridgway, Matthew B.: 1956 February 29, Address at the dedication of Virginia War Memorial at Richmond, Virginia
      • Box 356
        Ritchie, Governor: 1928 April 20, Address at the annual meeting of the American Society of Newspaper Editors, Washington, D. C.
      • Box 356
        Robertson, A. Willis: 1923 January 19, Speech at Lexington on the occasion of the Lee-Jackson Day
      • Box 356
        Robinson, Senator Joe: 1937 June 18, Remarks on the National Debt in U. S. Senate. (Folder empty when processed)
      • Box 356
        Roosevelt, Franklin Delano: 1941 January 6, President's four freedons as given in his address to Congress
      • Box 356
        Shouse, Jouett: 1929 June 10, Speech at Dinner given in his honor by Jefferson Democratic Association of the District of Columbia
      • Box 356
        Sloan, Matthew Scott: 1929, Speech, New England Society of New York
      • Box 356
        Sumners, Hatton W.: 1940 February 1, Speech given in the House of Representatives on the One Hundred and Fifieth Anniversary of the First Convening of the Supreme Court of the United States
      • Box 356
        Swank, Ward: 1927 June, Speech introducing Governor Byrd at Sam Houston Monument unveiling, Rockbridge County
      • Box 356
        Trinkle, E. Lee: 1922 March 3, Address delivered before a Joint Session of the General Assembly of Virginia
      • Box 356
        Tuck, William M.: 1946 January, Inaugural Address
      • Box 356
        Tuck, William M.: 1948 April 6, Radio Address
      • Box 356
        Welles, Sumner: 1943 October 16, Address at the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Luncheon of the Foreign Policy Association
      • Box 356
        Wickham, Henry T.: 1940 February 23, Address delivered before the Joint Session of the General Assembly of Virginia
      • Box 356
        Woodrum, Clifton A.: 1937 August 24, Radio Address
      • Box 356
        Congressional Record: 1946 April 26, Appropriation continuing the Joint Economy Committee
      • Box 356
        Communication: 1929 August 14, On Thomas Jefferson from Virginia State Library. (Folder empty when processed)
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        Criticism: Of the U. S. Supreme Court by Presidents of the United States. (Folder empty when processed)
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        Lincoln, Abraham: Remarks. (Folder empty when processed)
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        Referendum: 1949 May 27, Conducted by Omaha, Nebraska World-Herald, tax, spending, and debt policies
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        Richmond News Leader: 1952 July 2, Editorial
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        Speeches: On Segregation or Integration, other than Senator Byrd
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        Tributes: 1958 February 21 and 24, Paid to Senator Byrd on the floor of the Senate
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        Quotations
    • 2. Harry Flood Byrd's Speeches
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        Growers-Apple Business, Augusta County
        1920
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        Pay-as-you-go Road Plan vs. Bond Road Plan
        1923 March 20
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        State Democratic Committee Meeting.
        1924
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        Presidential Campaign
        1924
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        Acceptance State Democratic Party Chairmanship
        1924
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        Apples - Future in Virginia.
        1925 January 28
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        Gubernatorial Campaign, Alexandria.
        1925 Summer
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        Fall State Tax Program.
        1925
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        Gubernatorial Campaign - Keynote Speech, Harrisonburg, Virginia
        1925 October
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        American Legion - Armistice Day
        1925
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        Banquet of the Charlie Rouss Fire Company
        1925
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        State Democratic Meeting - Gubernatorial
        1925
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        Pledges
        1925
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        Development of Hampton Roads and Virginia: Home of Industry
        1926-1927
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        Inaugural Address
        1926 February 1
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        Taxation - Virginia General Assembly
        1926 February 2
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        Simplification of Government in Virginia General Assembly.
        1926 February 3
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        Governor Ritchie Dinner, Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, Virginia
        1926 February
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        Radio Speech on securing Shenandoah National Park
        1926 March 4
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        Congratulatory Message sent to the General Assembly by Governor Byrd on closing day of the session
        1926 March 13
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        Jefferson Day Dinner, Mayflower Hotel.
        1926 April 13
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        Southern Maryland Society. Baltimore, Md. (Folder empty when processed)
        1926 April 15
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        Cape Henry
        1926 May
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        Radio Speech - Boy Scout Movement
        1926 June 9
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        Thomas Jefferson, Monticello
        1926 July 5
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        Virginia Home of Industry. Manufacturers' Record
        1926 November 11
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        Introducing Governor Ritchie to General Assembly
        1926
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        On Thomas Jefferson
        1926
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        Completion of Franklin - Murfreesboro Road.
        1926
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        Virginia Reorganization, Extra Session, General Assembly
        1927 March 16
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        Extra Session Message - Virginia Reorganization
        1927 March 21
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        To British Delegation visiting Richmond
        1927 May 17
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        Virginia Institute Citizenship and Government, University of Virginia
        1927 May 18
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        To British Delegation visiting Norfolk, Hampton Roads
        1927 May
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        Presentation of President Coolidge, Williamsburg
        1927 May
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        Madison County 4-H Club (Reorganization)
        1927 July 15
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        Virginia Bar Association. Virginia Beach
        1927 August 3
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        Virginia Institute of Public Affairs, University of Virginia
        1927 August 8
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        Welcoming Richard E. Byrd, Richmond, Virginia
        1927
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        Virginia Bankers Association Convention, Virginia Reorganization.
        1927
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        Virginia Reorganization
        1927
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        Speech and Memorandum Welcoming Delaware Delegation
        1927
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        Presentation of Flood Portrait to House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee
        1927
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        Address to General Assembly on Virginia Government
        1928 January 11
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        Budget Message to the General Assembly
        1928 January 12
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        Address to General Assembly on Progress Program
        1928 January 16
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        Address to General Assembly on Educational System
        1928 January 16
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        Communication to General Assembly on Seafood and County Government
        1928 January 31
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        Speech - Jefferson Hotel
        1928 February 16
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        Discussion of the Amendments Proposed to the Constitution of Virginia
        1928 June 19
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        Institute of Public Affairs - University of Virginia
        1928 June
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        Battle Field Dedication - Fredericksburg
        1928 October 20
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        Speech - Presidential Campaign
        1928
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        Shenandoah Park Purchase and Transfer
        1928
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        Thomas Jefferson - University of Virginia
        1928
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        Virginia Progress
        1928
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        Address - Virginia Education Association
        1928
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        Speech - On Virginia, Ohio State Chamber of Commerce, Columbus, Ohio
        1929 March 22
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        Law Enforcement - Women's Club Federation, Suffolk, Virginia
        1929 May 3
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        Commencement - University of Virginia
        1929 June 12
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        Gubernatorial Campaign. Reply to Henry W. Anderson
        1929 June 29
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        Tax Segregation, before Governors' Conference. New London, Conn.
        1929 July 17
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        Opening W.R.V.A. 5000 Watt Radio Station
        1929 August 23
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        Virginia Progress - Chattanooga, Tenn.
        1929 October 8
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        Gubernatorial Campaign. Goochland Court House
        1929 October 14
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        George Washington. Charlotte, N.C.
        1929 October 17
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        Gubernatorial Campaign. Fairfield, Virginia
        1929 October 24
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        Gubernatorial Campaign. Abingdon, Virginia
        1929 October 28
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        Dedication Maury Statue, Richmond, Virginia
        1929 November 11
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        Introducing Governor elect Pollard to Baptist Conference
        1929 November 12
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        Radio Speech to Boy Scouts
        1929
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        Virginia Agriculture Progress
        1929
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        Gubernatorial Campaign
        1929
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        Columbus Statue Dedication, Richmond, Virginia
        1929
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        George Washington
        1929
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        Gubernatorial Campaign
        1929
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        Welcoming New Englanders' Delegation
        1929
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        Message to General Assembly on the State of the Commonwealth
        1930 January 8
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        Message to General Assembly on the Budget
        1930 January
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        Apple Business
        1930 August
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        Virginia Horticultural Society
        1930 December 3
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        Dedication of Woodrow Wilson Hall, Harrisonburg State Teachers College
        1930
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        Dedication of University of Virginia Stadium
        1930
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        Apple Business, Martinsburg
        1930
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        Elks, Newport News
        1930
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        Resolution by Virginia General Assembly Endorsing Byrd for President
        1932 January 14
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        South Carolina General Assembly, Reorganization. Columbia, S. C.
        1932 February 16
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        Tariff and Agricultural Prosperity, Kentucky Legislature.
        1932 February 18
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        North Carolina General Assembly, Virginia Progress
        1932 February 24
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        Prohibition Referendum - Jefferson Day Rally, Washington, D. C.
        1932 April 13
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        Prohibition, Democrat Women's Club, Philadelphia
        1932 May 18
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        Virginia State Democratic Convention
        1932 June 10
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        Republican Policies, Presidential Campaign, Hampton, Virginia
        1932 October 4
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        Presidential Campaign 1932. Tariff Policy, Bowling Green
        1932 October 10
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        Radio Speech - Taxes and Reorganization
        1932 November 29
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        Virginia Highway Users Association, Roanoke, Virginia
        1932 December 5
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        Reply to Garber on Tariff. Congressional Campaign 1932
        1932
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        Memo. Presidential Campaign
        1932
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        Compilation of Political Utterances by Governor Byrd
        1932
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        Suggested Platform Presidential Campaign 1932
        1932
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        Platform, Presidential Campaign
        1932
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        Presidential Campaign 1932. Prior to Chicago Convention
        1932
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        Presidential Campaign 1932. Prior to Chicago Convention
        1932
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        Radio - Speech as Chairman of Democratic Executive Committee on Finance. Presidential Campaign
        1932
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        Foreign Trade - Presidential Campaign
        1932
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        Young People's Democratic Club of North Carolina
        1932
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        Prohibition
        1932
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        Prohibition Referendum
        1932
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        Resolution - Endorsing 1932 Presidential Nominee and Platform, Presented to Democratic Central Committee of Virginia
        1932
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        Acknowledging Endorsement for Presidential Nomination
        1932
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        George Mason, Gunston Hall
        1932
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        Radio Speech
        1933 August 27
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        Radio - Constructive Economy in Government (With Henry Morgenthau, Jr.)
        1933 August 29
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        Senate Campaign - Reply to Wise, Garber, etc., Chatham, Virginia
        1933 October 16
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        Farm Situation with Jeffersonion Views
        1933
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        Presenting R. Gray Williams to General Assembly. Unveiling Lee Statue
        1933
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        Notes - Bureaucracy, A.A.A. and N.R.A.
        1933
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        A.A.A. Amendments
        1933
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        Apples: Growing, Harvesting and Marketing
        1933
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        South Carolina Speech
        1933
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        Radio - Wild Life Conservation
        1934 January 19
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        Radio - "Lee the Man"
        1934 January 19
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        "Three Swords of Lee"
        1934 April
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        Radio Speech - Three A's
        1934 May 28
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        Senate - A.A.A. and Tugwell Appointment
        1934 June 14
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        Bureaucracy and A.A.A.
        1934 July 4
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        Trade Agreement Authority
        1934 March
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        Suggestions to General Assembly
        1934
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        Tom MacAdams
        1934
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        Introducing Hon. Jas. A. Farley, Veterans Facility Dedication, Roanoke, Va.
        1934
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        "Preserving The Nation's Credit" - Senate Speech
        1935 February 20
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        Town Hall
        1935 March 14
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        Radio - Grange. Nation's Credit
        1935 March 16
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        Senate Speech
        1935 March 19
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        Senate - Work-Relief Program
        1935 March 19
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        Notes for Speech - Federal Bond Security Tax Ex.
        1935 Spring
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        Radio - Amendments to A.A.A.
        1935 April 22
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        William and Mary
        1935 June 10
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        Grange Radio, The Constitution
        1935 July 20
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        Virginia's Sound Government, Charlottesville, Virginia
        1935 October 30
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        Fourth of July Celebration, Washington, D. C.
        1935 July 4
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        Opposing $4,800,000,000 Public Works
        1935
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        Federal Constitution and the N.R.A.
        1935
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        Memorial to Louis Epes
        1936 January 8
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        Grange Radio
        1936 March 21
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        State Democratic Convention, Norfolk, Va.
        1936 June 15
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        Virginia Lions' Convention
        1936 July
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        Radio - Presidential Campaign
        1936 October 13
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        Presidential Campaign, Staunton, Virginia
        1936 October 28
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        Presidential Campaign, Pulaski, Virginia
        1936 October 30
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        Radio - Government Reorganization
        1937 January 5
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        Radio Forum - "Government Reorganization"
        1937 January 11
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        Senate - R.F.C. Extension
        1937 January 15
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        Radio - Grange. Governmental Reorganization
        1937 January 16
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        Radio - Apple Festival
        1937 May 4
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        University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia
        1937 May 28
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        University of Virginia
        1937 May 28
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        Radio - Grange
        1937 July 17
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        Democratic Campaign. Richmond, Virginia
        1937 October 25
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        Academy of Political Science, New York, N. Y.
        1937 November 10
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        Excerpts from 1937 Observations
        1937
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        Muhlenberg - Lutheran
        1938 January 1
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        Radio - Reorganization
        1938 January 3
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        Senator Glass
        1938 January 5
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        Senate Speech - Reorganization. (Folder empty when processed.)
        1938 January 15
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        Radio - National Grange
        1938 January 22
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        Anti-Lynching Bill
        1938 January 26
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        Senate - Reorganization
        1938 March 18
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        Senate - Three Peacetime Records
        1938 June 2
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        Bankers. Leesburg, Virginia
        1938 July 26
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        Massanetta Springs, Virginia
        1938 August 25
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        Young Democrats, Richmond, Virginia
        1938 August 26
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        Honoring Senator Glass, Lynchburg, Virginia
        1938 October 25
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        Massachusetts Federal Taxpayers Association, Boston, Mass.
        1938 December 10
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        Radio Forum - Government Spending
        1939 January 16
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        Chamber of Commerce, Staunton, Virginia
        1939 January 24
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        Virginia Retail Hardware Association, Lynchhurg, Virginia
        1939 February 21
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        George Washington's Birthday, Alexandria, Virginia
        1939 February 22
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        Senate - The Opportunity to Reduce Federal Expenditures
        1939 March 17
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        Radio, National Grange - Wanted: A Sound Fiscal Policy
        1939 March 18
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        Postoffice, Berryville, Virginia
        1939 March
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        Bridgewater College
        1939 April 3
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        Illinois Manufacturers' Association, Chicago, Ill.
        1939 April 25
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        U. S. Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D. C.
        1939 May 2
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        Convention of Travelers Protective Association, Norfolk, Virginia
        1939 May 5
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        Senate - On the Farm Bill (not used)
        1939 May 12
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        Maryland Committee for Representative Government, Baltimore, Md.
        1939 May 17
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        Memorial Day, Gettysburg, Penna.
        1939 May 30
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        Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, Virginia
        1939 June 12
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        National Business College, Roanoke, Virginia
        1939 June 24
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        Senate - Social Security Bill
        1939 July 12
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        Senate - Spend-Lend Bill
        1939 July 26
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        Boy Scouts Picnic, Fisher's Hill, Virginia
        1939 August 5
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        Firemen's Convention, Cape Charles, Virginia
        1939 August 10
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        Appomattox, Virginia
        1939 August 15
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        Cloyd's Farm Battlefield, Dublin, Virginia
        1939 August 16
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        Treasurers' Convention, Virginia Beach, Virginia
        1939 August 17
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        Massanetta Springs, Virginia
        1939 August 24
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        Young Democrats Roanoke Convention, Roanoke, Virginia
        1939 August 25
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        American Legion Convention, Richmond, Virginia
        1939 August 28
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        Editoral - Senator Byrd
        1939 October 6
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        Richmond Civic Clubs, Richmond, Virginia
        1939 November 7
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        Chamber of Commerce, Charlottesville, Virginia
        1939 November 8
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        Remarks in New Market
        1939 November 10
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        Presenting Postmaster General Farley, Winchester, Virginia
        1939 November 17
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        State Horticultural Society Meeting, Roanoke, Virginia
        1939 December 6
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        Tidewater Grocers
        1939
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        Senator Glass' birthday, Sweet Briar College
        1940 January 4
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        Jackson Day Dinner, Richmond, Virginia
        1940 January 15
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        Jackson Day Dinner, Alexandria, Virginia
        1940 January 18
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        Chamber of Commerce, Fredericksburg, Virginia
        1940 January 19
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        Introducing Senator Wheeler to the Virginia Press Association, Richmond, Virginia
        1940 January 27
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        Keel-Laying of Battleship Alabama, Portsmouth, Va.
        1940 February 1
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        Reopening Norfolk-Portsmouth Bridge
        1940 February 1
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        Baltimore Real Estate Board, Baltimore, Md.
        1940 February 10
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        Winchester, Virginia
        1940 March 12
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        Women's Clubs, Danville, Virginia
        1940 March 13
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        Danville Civic Clubs - Tobacco, Danville, Virginia
        1940 March 13
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        Hampton Roads Maritime Exchange
        1940 March 14
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        Masonic Dinner, Arlington, Virginia
        1940 March 16
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        Senate - Treasury Balance
        1940 March 19
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        Senate - Soil Conservation Payments
        1940 March 20
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        Senate - Treasury's working balance. Deposits of governmental corporations
        1940 March 22
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        Joint Meeting of Civic Clubs of Roanoke, Roanoke, Virginia
        1940 March 28
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        Senate - Parity payments. (Not delivered)
        1940 March
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        City Employees Beneficial Association, Norfolk, Virginia
        1940 April 22
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        School Celebration, Amelia Court House, Va.
        1940 May 3
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        American Pharmacautical Association, Richmond, Virginia
        1940 May 8
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        National Defense Appropriations
        1940 May 22
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        Senate - National Defense. Senator's plan for meeting necessities of national defense
        1940 May 28
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        Tribute to Hon. J. Edgar Hoover
        1940 May 31
      • Box 362
        Annual Convention of Virginia Association of Insurance Agents, Virginia Beach, Virginia
        1940 June 1
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        Fork Union Military Academy, Fork Union, Virginia
        1940 June 3
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        Benedictine High School, Richmond, Virginia
        1940 June 11
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        Democratic State Convention, Roanoke, Virginia
        1940 June 14
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        Radio Forum - Financial Defense
        1940 June 17
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        Senate - 10 Reduction in Appropriations
        1940 June 18
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        Young Democrats, Alexandria, Virginia
        1940 July 27
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        Lantz Mills, Virginia
        1940 August 10
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        Dedication Hebron Lutheran Church, Madison County, Virginia
        1940 August 24
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        Senate - Tax Bill. Tax Exempt Securities
        1940 September 14
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        Senate Remarks - Recessing for 3 day period. (Barkley)
        1940 October 9
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        Tribute to Mr. M. M. Lynch, Winchester, Virginia
        1940
      • Box 363
        Retirement Bill. Amendment to H. R. 3487
        1941 January 19
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        Senate - Debt Limit, Fiscal Conditions etc. Present and Post-War Problems
        1941 February 14
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        Senate - Amendment Lend-Lease Bill
        1941 March 5
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        Strikes in Defense Industries
        1941 March 27
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        Jackson Day, Richmond, Virginia
        1941 March
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        Agricultural Appropriation Bill
        1941 April 2
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        Strikes
        1941 April 2
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        Senate Speech on Strikes. Telegram to Secretary Perkins. (Folder empty when processed)
        1941 April 3
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        Agricultural Appropriation Bill. H. R. 3735
        1941 April 3
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        Bridgewater College
        1941 April 5
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        Radio - Garden Club Speech, (Bundles for Britain)
        1941 April 22
      • Box 363
        Secretary of Labor Perkins and Coal Strike
        1941 April 25
      • Box 363
        Radio Forum - Tax Bill, Non-defense Spending, Secretary Perkins, Strikes, Preparedness
        1941 April 28
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        American Legion Resolution on Strikes and Resignation of Secretary Perkins
        1941 May 8
      • Box 363
        Presenting Bishop Jas. E. Freeman, Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs, Washington, D. C.
        1941 May 8
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        Strikes in Defense Industries
        1941 May 26
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        Strikes
        1941 June 3
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        Strikes
        1941 June 9
      • Box 363
        Presenting petitions and Resolutions on Strikes and St. Lawrence Waterway
        1941 June 10
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        Controversy Byrd Strike Resolution
        1941 June 11
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        Controversy Byrd Strike Resolution
        1941 June 12
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        Strikes in Defense Industries
        1941 June 16
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        Franklin, Virginia
        1941 July 4
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        Control of Strikes in Defense Industries
        1941 July 7
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        King and Queen County, Virginia
        1941 August 6
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        National Defense (Production)
        1941 August 19
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        Radio Forum - Our National Defense Timetable
        1941 September 1
      • Box 363
        Senate - Budget Report
        1941 September 3
      • Box 363
        Tidewater Wholesale Grocery and Feed Asso. Virginia Beach, Virginia.
        1941 October 23
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        Strikes in Defense Industries
        1941 October 23
      • Box 363
        John L. Lewis
        1941 November 6
      • Box 363
        Telephone Speech to Southern States Industrial Council, New Orleans, La.
        1941 November 7
      • Box 363
        Radio Transcription - Committee for Constitutional Government
        1941 November
      • Box 363
        Chamber of Commerce (Transcription)
        1941 November
      • Box 363
        Meeting of Tax Foundation, New York City
        1941 December 3
      • Box 363
        Executive Secretary for Senators
        1941 December 12
      • Box 363
        Senate - Report of Joint Committee on Reduction of Non-essential Federal Expenditures
        1941 December 26
      • Box 363
        Price Control. (Not delivered)
        1941 December
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        General Assembly of Virginia, Williamsburg, Va.
        1942 January 31
      • Box 364
        N.Y.A. and students at Harding College, Searcy, Ark.
        1942 February 3
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        Senate - Amendment Civil Service Retirement Act
        1942 February 3
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        Panama Canal Employees Pension Bill
        1942 February 5
      • Box 364
        Civil Service Retirement Bill
        1942 February 13
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        Labor situation at Camp Pickett, Blackstone, Virginia
        1942 February 17
      • Box 364
        Civil Service Retirement Bill and Senator's Amendment to H.R. 6548
        1942 February 17
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        Civil Service Retirement Bill
        1942 February 18
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        Congressional Pension Bill
        1942 February 19
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        Congressional Pension Bill
        1942 February 23
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        Strikes and Secretary Perkins
        1942 February 25
      • Box 364
        Sugar Quotas. Letter to Secretary Wickard
        1942 March 9
      • Box 364
        Senate - Office of Civilian Defense (Bowling)
        1942 March 12
      • Box 364
        Physical fitness. O.C.D.
        1942 March 13
      • Box 364
        Senate - On the AAA
        1942 March 17
      • Box 364
        Introducing Governor Darden, Hampton Roads Maritime Exchange, Norfolk, Virginia
        1942 March 26
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        Labor Situation - Sixth Columnists
        1942 March 31
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        Murray Bill, Small Business
        1942 March 31
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        O.C.D. Physical Fitness Program. Contribution toward National Defense made by U.M.W. Stonega, Virginia
        1942 April 3
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        Unexpended appropriations for Defense
        1942 April 6
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        Committee for Representative Government, Baltimore, Md.
        1942 April 10
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        O.C.D. Franking Privilege. Bowling Coordinator
        1942 April 16
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        Strikes and Slowdowns
        1942 April 16
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        O. C. D. Racial Relations
        1942 April 16
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        Strikes, War Production, Man-days Lost
        1942 April 28
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        Senator McKellar complimented on his work on the Joint Committee
        1942 May 1
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        Senator Glass' Renomination without opposition
        1942 May 6
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        Agriculture Appropriations Bill
        1942 May 12
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        Agriculture Appropriations Bill. Farm Payment Figures
        1942 May 14
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        Agriculture Appropriations Bill
        1942 May 15
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        Agriculture Appropriations Bill
        1942 May 18
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        Remarks, List showing Subsidies to Sugar Producers
        1942 May 20
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        Memorial Senator Pat Harrison
        1942 May 25
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        Memorial Senator Alva B. Adams
        1942 May 25
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        Interior Department Appropriation Bill
        1942 May 28
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        Dickinson College, Carlisle, Penna.
        1942 June 1
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        Control of Submarine Sinkings
        1942 June 4
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        Maryland Council of Citizens Emergency Committee. Baltimore, Md.
        1942 June 11
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        Federation of Women's Clubs. Wise County, Virginia
        1942 June 20
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        Civilian War Benefits
        1942 June 22
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        Importance of airplane carriers
        1942 June 25
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        Remarks - Labor Department and Federal Security Agency Appropriations
        1942 June 26
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        Appropriations for National Defense
        1942 June 30
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        Agricultural Appropriations
        1942 July 7
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        National Defense Appropriations
        1942 July 14
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        National Defense Appropriations
        1942 July 15
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        National Defense Appropriations. O.P.A.
        1942 July 15
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        Pensions for dependents of Veterans.
        1942 July 23
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        Supplemental Report of Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures
        1942 July 27
      • Box 364
        Cancellation of contract with Higgins
        1942 July 27
      • Box 364
        War Expenditures, Authorizations and Unexpended balances
        1942 July 30
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        Absentee voting by members of the armed forces
        1942 August 24
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        Picnic Notes
        1942 August 29
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        Radio Talk - The Navy's Challenge for Service. (Not used)
        1942 August 29
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        Revenue Act of 1942
        1942 October 7
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        Shortage of Farm Labor
        1942 October 15
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        Collection of Scrap, Lynchburg, Virginia
        1942 October 23
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        Navy Day - Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Va.
        1942 October 27
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        Senate - Number of Civilian Employees of the U.S. Government
        1942 November 23
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        Overtime pay for Federal Employees
        1942 December 11
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        Federation of Taxpayers Associations. Federal Expenditures etc., Boston, Mass.
        1942 December 12
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        March of Time Radio Program
        1943 January 7
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        Remarks in Senate - re: Robert E. Lee Address by Senator Bailey. (Folder empty when processed)
        1943 January 21
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        Chamber of Commerce, Wilmington, Del.
        1943 January 28
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        Remarks in Senate - Additional report of Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures
        1943 February 11
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        Remarks in Senate - Additional report of Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures
        1943 February 15
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        Presenting Senators' Strike Bill
        1943 March 1
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        Additional Report of Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures
        1943 March 12
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        Remarks in the Senate - Resolution to Require War Labor Board to submit monthly statements
        1943 April 7
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        Supply and distribution of farm labor
        1943 April 8
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        Additional compensation for Government Employees
        1943 April 8
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        National Agricultural Jefferson Bi centenary Committee
        1943 April 22
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        New Jersey Bankers Association, New York City
        1943 May 14
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        Current payment of Individual Income Taxes
        1943 May 14
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        Additional Report of Joint Committee - Home Owners Loan Corporation. S. Doc. # 48
        1943 May 20
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        Additional report of Joint Committee - National Youth Administration
        1943 May 24
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        Budget Bureau speech
        1943 May 27
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        National Resources Planning Board
        1943 May 27
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        Extension of Reciprocal trade Agreements Act
        1943 May 28
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        Virginia Society, Baltimore, Md.
        1943 June 3
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        Current payment of individual income tax. (Folder empty when processed)
        1943 June 3
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        Strikes
        1943 June 4
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        Agricultural Appropriations
        1943 June 7
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        Agricultural Appropriations
        1943 June 8
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        Agricultural Appropriations
        1943 June 9
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        Agricultural Appropriations
        1943 June 10
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        Columbia Broadcasting System - Non essential Federal Expenditures
        1943 June 22
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        The President's Work or Fight Statement
        1943 June 24
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        Subsidy Payments (not used)
        1943 June 25
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        National Youth Administration
        1943 June 28
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        Unexpended balances - Military
        1943 June 29
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        Notes on talk by Senator - Berryville, Va.
        1943 July 4
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        Massanetta Springs
        1943 August 20
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        Virginia Woolen Mills
        1943 August 21
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        How to check the growth of Bureaucracy and its threat to American Business. National Association of Insurance Agents, Pittsburgh, Penna.
        1943 October 15
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        Federal Appropriation for Public School System
        1943 October 20
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        Elimination of Poll Tax in election of Federal Officers. (Folder empty when processed)
        1943 November 16
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        Civilian Employees in Executive Branch of the Government
        1943 December 7
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        Senate - Reply to Senator Guffey
        1943 December 7
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        Topical Index of Senator Byrd's Speeches Comp. by The Library of Congress
        1943
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        Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures-Report on Penalty Mail
        1944 January 21
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        New Jersey Taxpayers' Association, Newark, N. J.
        1944 January 26
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        Wartime Method of Voting by Members of the Armed Forces
        1944 February 2
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        Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures: No. of civilian employees in the executive branch, December, 1943
        1944 February 3
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        Senator's letter to Mr. Elmer Davis, O.W.I. re: AP Dispatch from London
        1944 February 23
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        Senator's speech at the unveiling of the portrait of Governor Pollard
        1944 March 1
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        Propaganda sent out by Government re: O.P.A. (See March 28, 1944)
        1944 March 21
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        British Ministry of Information - re: distribution of newspaper to all American troops. (Speech made March 28, 1944)
        1944 March 21
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        Political Propaganda Distributed to American Troops in Great Britian and Propaganda Under O.P.A.
        1944 March 28
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        Investigation of Seizure of Montgomery Ward Plant
        1944 April 28
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        Recognition of Services of Civilian Employees in connection with the Construction of the Panama Canal
        1944 May 15
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        Civilian Employment in Executive Branch for March 1944
        1944 May 23
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        Preference to Veterans in Federal Civil Service
        1944 June 12
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        Report of Joint Committee on Federal Personnel
        1944 June 23
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        The Democratic State Convention, Roanoke, Virginia
        1944 July 8
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        Senate - Appropriations For Roads
        1944 September 15
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        Remarks on the Triple Income Tax Bill - H.R. 3592
        1944 December 1
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        Report of the Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures
        1944 December 11
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        Increase in compensation of Postal Employees
        1944 December 14
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        Joint Committee's Report on Unexpended Balances
        1944 December 15
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        Manpower
        1945 March 8
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        Senate - Remarks on the appointment of Mr. Wallace
        1945 March 8
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        Report of Joint Committee on Civilian Employment. (Folder empty when processed)
        1945 March 27
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        Remarks and Release on the dams on the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers. (Folder empty when processed)
        1945 April 3 & 4
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        Remarks to establish a Research Board for national security
        1945 April 4
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        University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia
        1945 April 9
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        Remarks on Editorial Reference to Senator Hawkes
        1945 April 17
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        Appomattox, Virginia on county's birthday
        1945 May 1
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        Rotary Club, Norfolk, Virginia
        1945 May 15
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        Remarks on the $2500 increase for members and Joint Committee's Report
        1945 May 24
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        Women's Demonstration Clubs, Berryville, Va.
        1945 October 5
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        Timberville Lutheran Church, Timberville, Va.
        1945 October 7
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        Recorded speech on State Political Campaign
        1945 October 26
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        Reorganization of Government Agencies. (Folder empty when processed)
        1945 November 9
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        Introduction of General Marshall, Berryville, Virginia
        1945 November 11
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        Federal Pay Bill. (Folder empty when processed)
        1945 December 18
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        Senate - Discussion of Ship Sales Bill
        1945 December 18
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        Richmond Chamber of Commerce
        1946 January 10
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        Remarks on Introduction of S. J. Res. 133 pertaining to Labor Organizations
        1946 January 23
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        F. E. P. C. Bill
        1946 January 29
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        Senate - F. E. P. C.
        1946 February 1
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        Radio Interview - Richard Harkness of N.B.C.
        1946 February 18
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        Staunton-Augusta County Chamber of Commerce, Staunton, Virginia
        1946 March 1
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        Remarks in the Senate - Limiting the debt to $275 billion. S-1760
        1946 April 24
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        Civilian Personnel report by Joint Economy Committee
        1946 April 30
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        U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Atlantic City, N. J.
        1946 May 2
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        Case Bill
        1946 May 9
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        Remarks in the Senate on S. Res. 260, Reorganization of legislative Branch
        1946 May 10
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        Amendments to the Case Bill, 4908
        1946 May 13
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        Amendment to the Case Bill (Strikes)
        1946 May 17
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        Remarks in Senate between Senator Byrd and Pepper from which came the Skunk story
        1946 May 21
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        Remarks in Senate on increasing the compensation of Senators
        1946 May 24
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        Report of Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Expenditures
        1946 May 24
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        President's Strike Message
        1946 May 25
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        Remarks in the Senate on Senator's Amendment to the Case Bill, (Strices)
        1946 May 27
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        Remarks on Senator Glass' death
        1946 May 28
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        Transcription on Senator Glass' death
        1946 May 30
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        John L. Lewis and Strikes
        1946 May 31
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        First political speech in campaign
        1946 June 17
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        Second Campaign Speech
        1946 June 24
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        Third Campaign Speech
        1946 July 1
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        Fourth Campaign Speech, (Radio)
        1946 July 11
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        Fifth Campaign Speech, (Radio)
        1946 July 15
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        Sixth Campaign Speech, (Radio)
        1946 July 22
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        Seventh Campaign Speech, (Radio)
        1946 July 29
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        Lynchburg, (Campaign)
        1946 August 2
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        Last radio talk in the primary campaign
        1946 August 5
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        Broadcast from Berryville, after Senator's renomination
        1946 August 6
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        Massanetta Springs, Virginia
        1946 August 20
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        Democratic Convention, Richmond, Virginia
        1946 September 5
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        Transcript on Inaugural Program of Station WARL, Arlington, Virginia
        1946 October 6
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        Independent Food Dealers Association
        1946 October 7
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        Virginia Manufacturers Association, Norfolk, Virginia. (Not used)
        1946 October 11
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        Radio - To welcome home Veterans, Berryville, Virginia
        1946 October 15
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        National Association of Manufacturers, New York
        1946 December 5
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        Remarks explaining Senator's Amendment to the Case Bill. (Not used)
        1946
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        Proposal for one consolidated appropriation bill
        1947 February 14
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        Budget, etc.
        1947 February 19
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        Budget
        1947 February 26
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        Transcript of Broadcast, over station WPIK, Alexandria, Virginia
        1947 March 23
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        U.N. and the Greek-Turkish situation
        1947 April 1
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        Nomination of David E. Lilienthal
        1947 April 2
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        Greek-Turkish matter
        1947 April 22
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        Southern States Industrial Council, Washington, D.C.
        1947 April 30
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        Tax reduction
        1947 May 22
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        Martinsburg, West Virginia
        1947 May 27
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        Garland Gray's picnic at Waverly, Virginia
        1947 June 3
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        Taxation. (Not delivered)
        1947 July 11
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        Report in Senate on Federal Personnel
        1947 July 14
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        Corporations
        1947 July 19
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        Consolidation of General Appropriation Bills. (S. Con. Res. 6)
        1947 July 24
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        Remarks on report of Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures
        1947 July 25
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        Speeches prepared and not delivered
        1947 July
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        Turkey Growers, Harrisonburg, Virginia
        1947 August 5
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        Martinsville, Virginia. (Folder empty when processed)
        1947 November 13
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        New Jersey Chamber of Commerce
        1947 November 20
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        N.A.M., New York
        1947 December 4
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        Remarks in presenting Senator Warren Austin at Richmond, Virginia
        1947 December 8
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        Remarks relative to Postwar Foreign Aid
        1947 December 15
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        Foreign Aid. (Not delivered). (Folder empty when processed)
        1947 December 19
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        Virginia General Assembly
        1948 January 14
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        Remarks at the Alfalfa Club
        1948 January 17
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        Radio Interview with Charles Parmer, Sunday afternoon
        1948 January 18
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        Speech of Admiral Byrd and Senator Robertson (Va.) on presentation of Gold Medal to the Admiral
        1948 January 29
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        Taxpayers Association Meeting, Washington, D.C.
        1948 February 18
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        Jefferson Day Dinner, Richmond, Virginia
        1948 February 19
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        Remarks on Governor Tuck's message to the General Assembly
        1948 February 26
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        Material for speech on St. Lawrence Seaway
        1948 February 26
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        Transcript of Radio Interview with Charles Parmer
        1948 March 7
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        European Recovery Program
        1948 March 13
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        Federal Aid to Education. (Folder empty when processed)
        1948 April 1
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        Remarks on vote to override the President's veto of tax bill
        1948 April 2
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        Fiscal condition of our Government
        1948 May 19
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        Remarks in the Senate in presenting report of the Committee on Reduction of Nonessential expenditures
        1948 June 19
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        Remarks in the Senate on the Federal Pay Raise
        1948 June 19
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        Material for speech. Reciprocal Trade Agreement
        1948 June
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        Virginia State Democratic Convention, Richmond, Virginia
        1948 July 2
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        Honoring Harry K. Green
        1948 July 20
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        Anniversary remarks of Radio Station WTAR, Norfolk
        1948 September 21
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        Introducing Secretary of Air Force W. Stewart Symington before meeting of the Norfolk Association of Commerce, Norfolk, Virginia
        1948 December 7
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        Proposed radio transcript - Texas Station
        [1948?]
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        Radio Transcript - Budget for Station WRVA in Richmond, Virginia
        1949 January 18
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        Remarks in Senate - Consoldation of General Appropriation Bills
        1949 February 8
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        Remarks in Senate - Consolidation of General Appropriation Bills
        1949 February 17
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        Excerpts from Transcript - Parmer from Washington - Taxes and Free Enterprise System
        1949 March 13
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        Honoring Clifford K. Berryman
        1949 April 2
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        Honoring former President John Tyler, Richmond, Virginia
        1949 April 12
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        Budget - American Society of Editors in Washington, D. C.
        1949 April 21
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        Remarks before Virginia dinner, U. S. Chamber of Commerce
        1949 May 2
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        U. S. Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D. C.
        1949 May 4
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        Federal Aid to Education
        1949 May 5
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        Financial outlook of the Nation
        1949 May 6
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        Remarks on the withdrawal of the nomination of Mon Wallgren
        1949 May 18
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        Transcript of broadcast, (Chas. Parmer) WPIK Alexandria, Virginia
        1949 May 22
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        One Appropriation Bill. S. Con. Res. 18
        1949 May 24
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        Advisory Board, Commodity Credit Corporation
        1949 May 26
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        American Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Asso.
        1949 June 10
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        National Association of Bank Auditors and Comptrollers. Philadelphia, Pa.
        1949 June 14
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        Graduate School of Commerce and Business Administration, Richmond, Virginia
        1949 June 15
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        Federal deficits
        1949 June 29
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        Southeastern Chain Store Council, Cavalier Hotel, Virginia Beach, Virginia
        1949 June 30
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        Gannett Newspaper Radio Chain transcription
        1949 July 3
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        Endorsing the candidacy for Senator Battle, Harrisonburg, Virginia
        1949 July 9
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        National Association of Security Administrators, Richmond, Virginia
        1949 July 12
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        Reply to the President's radio speech
        1949 July 14
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        Virginia Press Association, Old Point Comfort
        1949 July 16
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        Interview with Charles Parmer over WPIK
        1949 July 17
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        One Appripriation Bill, S. Con. Res. 18
        1949 July 26
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        Radio transcription - Richard Harkness
        1949 August 24
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        McClellan Amendment
        1949 August 29
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        Virginia Bankers Conference, Charlottesville, Va.
        1949 September 9
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        Nomination of Carl A. Ilgenfritz
        1949 September 16
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        Sales Executive Club, Richmond, Virginia
        1949 September 19
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        Senate - Military Arms Program
        1949 September 21
      • Box 369
        National Association of Insurance Agents, Chicago, Ill.
        1949 September 22
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        Chamber of Commerce, Richmond, Virginia
        1949 September 29
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        Remarks in regard to the nomination of Leland Olds
        1949 October 7
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        American Hardware Manufacturers Association and the National Wholesale Hardware Association, Atlantic City, N.J.
        1949 October 12
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        National Wholesale Druggists Association in Atlantic City, N. J.
        1949 October 12
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        Remarks on Government's Financial Situation
        1949 October 15
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        National Retail Farm Equipment Association, Washington, D.C.
        1949 October 19
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        Essex Club Luncheon , Newark, N. J.
        1949 October 27
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        Testimonial Dinner honoring Honorable Albert W. Hawkes, East Orange, N. J.
        1949 October 27
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        Abstract of speech before A.A.A., in Cleveland, Ohio
        1949 November 1
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        Abstract of speech before Commercial Club, Chicago, Ill.
        1949 November 2
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        Board of Underwriters, Chicago, Ill.
        1949 November 22
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        Fiscal Budget
        1949
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        Budget
        1950 January 9
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        Southern States Industrial Council's, Atlanta, Georgia
        1950 January 12
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        Radio interview with Mr. Bryan, Atlanta, Ga.
        1950 January 12
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        Junior Chamber of Commerce, Roanoke, Virginia
        1950 January 14
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        Wholesale Dry Goods Institute, New York
        1950 January 16
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        Chamber of Commerce, Charleston, S. C.
        1950 January 20
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        Radio Transcription for Charles Parmer
        1950 January 23
      • Box 370
        National Industrial Conference Board, New York
        1950 January 26
      • Box 370
        Nurseryman's Association, Richmond, Virginia
        1950 January 30
      • Box 370
        Senate - Coal Strike
        1950 January 30
      • Box 370
        Remarks in the Senate - Government Financing and Spending
        1950 February 6
      • Box 370
        National Automobile Dealers Association, Atlantic City, N. J.
        1950 February 8
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        Chamber of Commerce, Danville, Virginia
        1950 February 17
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        Chamber of Commerce, New Haven, Conn.
        1950 February 20
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        Senator Humphrey attacking Senator Byrd's Joint Committee on Reduction of Fed. Exp.
        1950 February 24
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        Radio Transcription prepared for America's Future, Inc. and Mr. Earl Harding
        1950 February 25
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        National Small Business Men's Association, Hotel Statler, Washington, D.C.
        1950 March 1
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        Reply to Senator Humphrey
        1950 March 2
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        North Carolina Citizens Association, Raleigh, N. C.
        1950 March 15
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        The Rivers and Harbors Bill
        1950 April 17
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        N.A.M. Luncheon, Washington, D. C.
        1950 April 21
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        American Academy of Political Science, Hotel Astor, New York
        1950 April 26
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        Senate - Foreign Aid
        1950 May 5
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        Delta Council, Cleveland, Miss.
        1950 May 9
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        Gridiron Dinner, Washington, D. C.
        1950 May 13
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        Maryland Chapter of University of Virginia Alumni, Baltimore, Maryland
        1950 May 18
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        University of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C.
        1950 June 5
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        Budget Deficit
        1950 June 28
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        Korean situation
        1950 June 30
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        Omnibus Appropriation bill
        1950 July 11
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        Senate - Response to Senator Humphrey's attack on the Committee.
        1950 July 11
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        Single Appropriation Bill
        1950 July 14
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        Nurserymen's Association, Statler Hotel, Washington, D. C.
        1950 July 20
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        Baruch Control Proposals
        1950 July 31
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        Introducing amendment to limit the powers of the President to 1 year. Amendment A to S 3936
        1950 July 31
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        Amendment to Appropriation Bill
        1950 July 31
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        Letter from Senator Byrd and Editorial from Wall Street Journal re: Reduction Nondefense Budget
        1950 August 1
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        Remarks re: Douglas Amendment to Appropriation Bill
        1950 August 1
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        Introducing amendment to reduce non military appropriations by ten per cent
        1950 August 4
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        Radio Transcript on our intelligence service in Korea
        1950 August 7
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        The International Apple Association, Washington, D. C.
        1950 August 8
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        Nomination of Martin A. Hutchinson
        1950 August 9
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        Remarks offering an Amendment to the Appropriation Bill
        1950 August 9
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        Orchard Picnic, Berryville, Virginia
        1950 August 12
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        American Legion, Alexandria, Virginia
        1950 August 18
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        Senate - On the pending control bill
        1950 August 18
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        Senate - On the One-Appropriation Bill
        1950 August 28
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        Senate - In regard to H. Res. 87
        1950 August 31
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        Annual Field Day at Ivy Hill, Lynchburg, Va.
        1950 September 9
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        National Tax Association, Pittsburgh, Pa.
        1950 September 13
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        Draft of remarks on the Panama Canal Question
        1950 September 13
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        Senate - Appointment of General George Marshall as Secretary of Defense
        1950 September 16
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        Remarks regarding appointment of Honorable Stephen E. Rice as Judge on the Tax Court of the United States
        1950 September 23
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        Virginia Forum of the Chamber of Commerce, Richmond, Virginia
        1950 September 28
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        National Association of Securities Traders, Virginia Beach, Virginia
        1950 September 30
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        V. M. I., Lexington, Virginia
        1950 October 12
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        Award to Senator Byrd by American Association of Credit Men in New York
        1950 October 20
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        National Association of Ice Industries, Chicago, Ill.
        1950 November 1
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        Ohio State Chamber of Commerce, Columbus, Ohio
        1950 November 1
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        Youngstown Chamber of Commerce, Youngstown, Ohio
        1950 November 14
      • Box 371
        Virginia Forests, Inc., Richmond, Virginia
        1950 November 28
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        Senate - On Statehood for Alaska
        1950 November 30
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        Suffolk, Virginia
        1950 December 5
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        Women's Club, Culpeper, Virginia
        1950 December 11
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        Senate - On the nomination of Anna M. Rosenberg for Assist. Secretary of Defense
        1950 December 21
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        Letter to the President
        1950 December 22
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        Norfolk, Virginia
        1951 January 20
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        Council of State Chambers, Carlton Hotel, Washington, D. C.
        1951 January 26
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        Potomac States Bakers Association, Baltimore, Md.
        1951 January 29
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        Arlington Chamber of Commerce, Airport, Arlington, Virginia
        1951 February 1
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        Senate - Analysis of the Budget
        1951 February 5
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        Senate - "Quickie" tax bills
        1951 February 8
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        National Canners Association, Chicago, Ill.
        1951 February 18
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        Fredericksburg Chamber of Commerce, Fredericksburg, Virginia
        1951 February 22
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        Commercial Club, Cincinnati, Ohio
        1951 February 23
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        Remarks in the Senate on H.R. 1 and H.R. 1001
        1951 February 26
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        Pennsylvania Manufacturers Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
        1951 February 27
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        Senate - Drafting of 18 year olds
        1951 March 5
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        Remarks in the Senate on Universal Military Training Bill
        1951 March 9
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        Remarks in the Senate on abolishing the R.F.C.
        1951 March 14
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        Springfield, Ohio
        1951 March 27
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        New York Southern Society, New York
        1951 April 11
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        D.A R., Washington, D. C.
        1951 April 17
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        Remarks in Senate - Consolidated General Appropriation Bill. (Folder empty when processed)
        1951 April 17
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        National Coal Association in New York
        1951 April 20
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        Board of Trade, New York
        1951 April 20
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        National Editorial Association, New York
        1951 April 20
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        Dispersal Plan
        1951 April 23
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        Virginia Federation of Womens Clubs, Washington, D. C.
        1951 April 24
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        Senate - RFC
        1951 April 30
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        Senate - RFC, including letter from Hon. Jesse Jones
        1951 May 1
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        U. S. Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D. C.
        1951 May 1
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        Armed Forces Day Observance, Newport News, Va.
        1951 May 18
      • Box 372
        Detroit Economic Club, Detroit, Mich.
        1951 May 28
      • Box 372
        South Carolina Bar Association, Greenville, S.C.
        1951 June 8
      • Box 372
        Tribute to George Mason, Richmond, Virginia
        1951 June 12
      • Box 372
        Remarks in the Senate on appropriations for Information Specialists. (Folder empty when processed)
        1951 June 19 and June 20
      • Box 373
        Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Atlanta, Ga.
        1951 June 25
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        Remarks in the Senate on Appropriations
        1951 August 15
      • Box 373
        Remarks on Amendment of Sec. 3121 of the Internal Revenue Code. S.J. Res. 97
        1951 September 7
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        Remarks on Amendment to Defense Appropriations, particularly abuses by the Air Force
        1951 September 12
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        Launderers and Cleaners, Old Point Comfort, Va
        1951 September 18
      • Box 373
        Anniversary of Jefferson County, West Virginia
        1951 September 22
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        Omaha, Neb. (Not delivered)
        1951 October 12
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        Dedicating Pollock Knob, Skyland
        1951 October 14
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        Dallas County Farm Bureau, Selma, Ala.
        1951 November 1
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        Richmond Chamber of Commerce, Richmond, Va.
        1951 November 8
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        Tidewater Wholesale Food Dealers Association, Cavalier Hotel, Virginia Beach, Virginia
        1951 November 10
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        American Medical Association, Los Angeles, Calif.
        1951 December 5
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        American Farm Bureau, Chicago, Ill.
        1951 December 12
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        Manion Press Release
        [1951?]
      • Box 373
        Business Outlook Conference, Chattanooga, Tenn.
        1952 January 18
      • Box 373
        Virginia Dairy Products Association, Roanoke, Virginia. (Not delivered)
        1952 January 22
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        Chamber of Commerce, Staunton, Virginia
        1952 January 29
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        Northeastern Retail Lumbermens Association, New York
        1952 January 31
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        Mayors and other officials at Old Point Comfort, Virginia
        1952 February 1
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        Chicago Dental Society, Chicago, Ill.
        1952 February 4
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        Budget
        1952 February 14
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        University of Virginia Alumni Association, Washington, D. C.
        1952 February 19
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        American Paper and Pulp Association, New York
        1952 February 21
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        The Rotary Club, Salisbury, Md.
        1952 February 28
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        Waynesboro, Virginia
        1952 March 17
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        Lehigh Valley Cooperative Farmers, Allentown, Pa. (Not delivered)
        1952 March 20
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        Virginia State Chamber of Commerce, Richmond, Virginia
        1952 April 17
      • Box 374
        Senate - R.F.C. Bill
        1952 April 22 and 23
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        American Newspaper Publishers Association, New York City
        1952 April 24
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        Publicity Amendment - Senate Floor
        1952 April 29
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        National Industrial Conference Board, New York
        1952 May 15
      • Box 374
        Convention of State Treasurers, Richmond, Virginia
        1952 May 16
      • Box 374
        American Cotton Manufacturers Association, Atlantic City, N. J.
        1952 May 17
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        Opening of Monroe Calculating Machine Company, Bristol, Virginia
        1952 May 19
      • Box 374
        Honoring Gardner L. Boothe, Alexandria, Va.
        1952 May 22
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        Virginia Seedsmen Association, Winchester, Va.
        1952 May 23
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        Fireman's Day, Cheriton, Virginia
        1952 May 28
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        Accomac, Virginia
        1952 May 28
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        Suffolk, Virginia
        1952 May 30
      • Box 375
        Virginia Alumni Association, Richmond, Va.
        1952 June 3
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        National Holstein Convention, Roanoke, Va.
        1952 June 3
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        Remarks in the Senate on Senator's Amendment to request the President to use the Taft-Hartley Act in the Steel Strike. (Folder empty when processed)
        1952 June 5
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        Fluvanna Farm Bureau, Carysbrook, Virginia
        1952 June 6
      • Box 375
        Honoring Congressman Howard W. Smith, Belle Haven Country Club, Fairfax, Virginia
        1952 June 11
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        Orange, Virginia
        1952 June 12
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        Wytheville, Virginia
        1952 June 13
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        Bland, Virginia
        1952 June 13
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        Marion, Virginia
        1952 June 13
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        Richlands, Virginia
        1952 June 14
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        Pulaski, Virginia
        1952 June 14
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        Tea at the home of Mrs. Harry K. Green
        1952 June 15
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        Dinwiddie, Virginia
        1952 June 17
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        Chatham, Virginia. (Farm Policy)
        1952 June 19
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        American Plant Food Council, Hot Springs, Va.
        1952 June 21
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        Bedford, Virginia
        1952 June 22
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        Reply to W. Averell Harriman's radio broadcast to Virginia
        1952 June 25
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        Institute of Public Affairs, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
        1952 June 26
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        Front Royal, Virginia
        1952 June 27
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        Chesterfield Court House, Virginia
        1952 June 28
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        Seaway and Labor, Hampton Roads, Virginia
        1952 June 30
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        Norfolk, Virginia
        1952 June 30
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        Military in Tidewater Area
        1952 June
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        Fairfax, Virginia. (Campaign)
        1952 July 2
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        Radio transcription of views on Labor
        1952 July 8
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        Radio broadcast to the Farmers. (Campaign)
        1952 July 9
      • Box 376
        Telecast - Swanson Junior High School, Arlington, Virginia
        1952 July 9
      • Box 376
        Lynchburg, Virginia
        1952 July 11
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        Loyal Order of Moose, Harrisonburg, Virginia
        1952 July 13
      • Box 376
        Senate - On the passing of Senator Willis Smith
        1953 July 1
      • Box 376
        Remarks - Convention of the Blind, Washington, D. C.
        1953 July 16
      • Box 376
        Discussion in the Senate on the liquidation of the RFC.
        1953 July 20
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        Remarks in the Senate - Defense Appropriation Bill
        1953 July 22
      • Box 376
        Remarks on the appointment of Admiral Wm. M. Fechteler, Com.in-Chief of the Allied Forces in Southern Europe
        1953 July 24
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        Proposed increase in debt limit
        1953 July 29
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        Remarks in the Senate relative to supplemental appropriation. (HR 6200)
        1953 July 30
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        Remarks in the Senate on the passing of Senator Taft
        1953 July 31
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        Senate - National debt ceiling
        1953 August 3
      • Box 376
        Remarks at Massanetta Bible Conference
        1953 August 28
      • Box 376
        Transcription honoring Senator Pat McCarran
        1953 September 1
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        Radio Speech from Winchester in the gubernatorial campaign
        1953 October 23
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        Remarks at Newport News, Virginia welcoming the Pan American Oil Company
        1953 October 26
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        Woodstock, Virginia during gubernatorial campaign
        1953 October 28
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        Richmond Society of Financial Analysts
        1953 October 29
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        W.I.N.C. Winchester, Virginia. Gubernatorial Campaign
        1953 November 2
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        Rotary Club, Winchester, Virginia
        1953 December 24
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        Joint Committee on Reduction of Non essential Federal Expenditures
        1954 January 13
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        Radio - (Campaign Speech), Richmond, Virginia
        1952 July 14
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        Virginia Democratic Convention, Roanoke, Va.
        1952 July 17
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        American Legion, Department of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia
        1952 August 8
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        Radio Speech from Winchester, Virginia
        1952 October 17
      • Box 376
        National Retail Dry Goods Association, New York
        1953 January 15
      • Box 376
        Radio transcription for Gannett News Service in Washington, D. C.
        1953 January 16
      • Box 376
        Remarks in the Senate on the Charles E. Wilson nomination
        1953 January 26
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        Remarks at the Alfalfa Club
        1953 January 31
      • Box 376
        Material for Harkness interview
        1953 February 19
      • Box 376
        Remarks on receiving an award from the American Good Government Society, Washington, D.C.
        1953 February 23
      • Box 376
        The Federal Budget, Lexington, Virginia
        1953 March 8
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        Remarks at Portsmouth, Virginia
        1953 April 22
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        Statement in the Senate on the Byrd Budget
        1953 April 25
      • Box 376
        U. S. Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D. C.
        1953 April 27
      • Box 377
        Senate - Complimenting Senator Margaret Chase Smith
        1953 May 27
      • Box 377
        Remarks in the Senate on the RFC and a Small Business Administration
        1953 June 22
      • Box 377
        Extension of remarks in the Senate Tightening the Federal Purse Strings
        1953 June 22
      • Box 377
        Report of Joint Committee relating to control of collection and use of foreign currencies
        1953 June 23
      • Box 377
        Remarks in the Senate on fiscal situation
        1953 June 24
      • Box 377
        Senate - St. Lawrence Seaway
        1954 January 20
      • Box 377
        Chamber of Commerce, Little Rock, Ark.
        1954 January 21
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        Alfalfa Club Dinner
        1954 January 23
      • Box 377
        Civil employment in Executive branch and Unexpended balances of Federal Appropriations
        1954 February 3
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        Sons of the American Revolution, Newark, N. J.
        1954 February 22
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        American Good Government Society
        1954 February 22
      • Box 377
        Byrd Budget Recommendations
        1954 March 8
      • Box 377
        Civilian Employment in Executive Branch
        1954 March 10
      • Box 377
        Remarks in the Senate on the Tax Legislation, when Senator Byrd and Senator Williams offered an amendment.
        1954 March 25
      • Box 377
        Remarks in the Senate on the Tax Bill. HR 8324
        1954 March 30
      • Box 377
        Remarks in the Senate paying tribute to Senator Johnson of Colorado
        1954 April 6
      • Box 377
        Remarks in the Senate on the construction of certain public buildings. HR 6342
        1954 April 8
      • Box 377
        Remarks in the Senate on the Federal Housing Administration
        1954 April 14
      • Box 377
        Remarks in the Senate on H.R.6342, Con struction of Public Buildings by Purchase Contracts
        1954 April 15
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        Senate - Lease-Purchase Bill
        1954 April 20
      • Box 377
        Unexpended balances of Federal Appropriations
        1954 May 3
      • Box 377
        Remarks and letters in the Congressional Record relating to Federal Housing Administration
        1954 May 3
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        National Association of Plumbing Con tractors, Washington, D. C.
        1954 May 10
      • Box 377
        Farm-City Conference, New York, N. Y.
        1954 May 25
      • Box 377
        Remarks in the Senate on the death of Senator Hoey
        1954 May 27
      • Box 378
        Senate - Federal Housing Program
        1954 June 15
      • Box 378
        Senate - Unexpended Balances
        1954 June 16
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        Remarks in the Senate in regard to defense appropriations
        1954 June 18
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        Council for Community Improvement, Washington, D. C.
        1954 June 24
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        Remarks in the Senate on Public Housing Programs
        1954 June 25
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        Senate - Funds Received From Germany
        1954 June 25
      • Box 378
        Senate - Federal Housing Program
        1954 June 30
      • Box 378
        Purchasing Power of the Dollar. (Not delivered)
        1954 June 30
      • Box 378
        Tax Bill. (Not delivered)
        1954 June 30
      • Box 378
        Senate - Tax Bill
        1954 July 1
      • Box 378
        Senate - Tax Bill
        1954 July 2
      • Box 378
        Civilian employment in Executive Branch, May 1954
        1954 July 7
      • Box 378
        Senate - Byrd-Bridges Amendment, S.J. Res. 174
        1954 July 13
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        Housing Bill
        1954 July 22
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        Senate - Discussion on the Housing Bill
        1954 July 28
      • Box 378
        Senate - Mutual Security Act
        1954 July 29
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        Remarks in the Senate
        1954 August 2
      • Box 378
        Letter from Senator Byrd to Hon. Albert M. Cole of FHA
        1954 August 6
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        Senate - Debt Limit
        1954 August 13
      • Box 378
        Senate - Remarks on R.E.A.
        1954 August 13
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        Senate - Temporary Increase in the Federal Debt Limit
        1954 August 13
      • Box 378
        Remarks at Senator's 33rd. Picnic
        1954 August 28
      • Box 378
        Memorial Address in the Senate for Senator Maybank. (Folder empty when processed)
        1954 November 9
      • Box 378
        Memorial Address for Senator Butler of Nebraska
        1954 November 9
      • Box 378
        Memorial Address in the Senate for Senator McCarran
        1954 November 9
      • Box 378
        Federal personnel, June-September 1954
        1954 November 16
      • Box 378
        Houston Speech
        [1954?]
      • Box 378
        Remarks in offering amendment to Sec. 7237 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954
        1955 January 18
      • Box 378
        Remarks in paying tribute to U. S. Junior Chamber of Commerce and Virginia Junior Chamber of Commerce
        1955 January 21
      • Box 378
        Virginia State Horticulture Society, Roanoke, Virginia
        1955 January 25
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        Senate - Formosa situation
        1955 January 28
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        Senate - Unexpended Balances in Executive Agencies
        1955 February 1
      • Box 378
        Report of Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures on Federal Personnel
        1955 February 4
      • Box 378
        The Atlanta Freight Bureau, Atlanta, Ga.
        1955 February 18
      • Box 378
        Remarks in the Senate - Clay Road Program
        1955 March 2
      • Box 378
        Tax Bill. (Folder empty when processed)
        1955 March 2
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        Senate - Federal Highway Plan
        1955 March 10
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        Senate - Tax Bill H.R. 4259
        1955 March 10
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        Senate - Proposed Federal Tax Legislation. (Folder empty when processed)
        1955 March 11
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        Remarks in the Senate in connection with the tax bill
        1955 March 14
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        Senate - Tax Legislation
        1955 March 14
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        Remarks in the Senate on the tax bill. (Folder empty when processed)
        1955 March 15
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        Remarks in the Senate on appointment of conferees for the Tax Bill
        1955 March 16
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        Statement for presentation before Senate Public Works on Clay road proposal
        1955 March 18
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        Statement in Senate on Civilian Employment in Executive Branch
        1955 March 18
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        Remarks - including editorials on the Federal Road Program
        1955 March 22
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        Remarks on the Tax Rate Extension Act 1955 Conference Report. (Folder empty when processed)
        1955 March 25
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        Remarks on the Postal Pay Bill, (S. l)
        1955 March 25
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        Remarks on the Federal Pay Bill, (S. 67)
        1955 March 25
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        Remarks on the Highway Program
        1955 March 25
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        Report of Joint Committee on Reduction of Non~essential Federal Expenditures. Civilian Employment
        1955 March 30
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        Editorial Comment on the Highway Program
        1955 March 30
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        Tax Foundation, Washington, D. C.
        1955 April 18
      • Box 378
        Remarks on reporting H.R. 1, Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act. (Folder empty when processed)
        1955 April 28
      • Box 378
        Radio recording made for Senator John J. Wicker for loyalty day
        1955 May 1
      • Box 378
        Remarks in the Senate on H. R. 1, Reciprocal Trade
        1955 May 2
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        U. S. Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D. C.
        1955 May 4
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        Remarks in the Senate concerning the Reciprocal Trade Bill
        1955 May 4
      • Box 379
        Business Advisory Council, Hot Springs, Va.
        1955 May 6
      • Box 379
        Remarks in the Senate on the President's Road Program
        1955 May 19
      • Box 379
        Investment Bankers Association, White Sulpher Springs, West Virginia
        1955 May 20
      • Box 379
        Remarks - inserting editorials about the pending road bill
        1955 May 23
      • Box 379
        National Citizens Planning Conference, Washington, D. C.
        1955 May 24
      • Box 379
        Senate - Clay Plan Amendment to the Highway Bill
        1955 May 25
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        Remarks in the Senate on H. R. 5559
        1955 June 1
      • Box 379
        Remarks in the Senate on Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act
        1955 June 1
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        Remarks in the Senate on extension of suspension of certain import taxes on copper. H. R. 5695
        1955 June 1
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        Senate - Foreign Aid Bill
        1955 June 2
      • Box 379
        Remarks in the Senate on S. 2126, the Housing Bill
        1955 June 7
      • Box 379
        Remarks in the Senate on copper imports
        1955 June 8
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        Remarks in the Senate on H. R. 1, Reciprocal Trade
        1955 June 15
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        Remarks - Renegotiation Act of 1941, H. R. 4904
        1955 June 21
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        Remarks in the Senate on the Federal Debt Limit
        1955 June 23
      • Box 379
        Remarks and request to have printed in the Record the article by A. Krock concerning Senator Johnson
        1955 June 30
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        Remarks in the Senate praising Senator Lyndon Johnson
        1955 June 30
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        Remarks in the Senate on H. R. 5560
        1955 June 30
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        Remarks in the Senate on extension of debt limit. H. R. 6992
        1955 June 30
      • Box 379
        Interstate Rochambeau Commission in Washington, D. C.
        1955 July 1
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        Remarks in the Senate on Unexpended Balances of Federal Appropriations
        1955 July 6
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        Remarks in the Senate on H.R.4904, Renegotiation Act
        1955 July 18
      • Box 379
        League of Virginia Counties, Richmond, Va.
        1955 July 20
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        Remarks in the Senate on Mutual Security Appropriations
        1955 July 22
      • Box 379
        Tribute in the Senate to Senator Byrd, Chairman of the Joint Committee on Non- essential Expenditures by Senator Payne
        1955 July 28
      • Box 379
        Remarks in tribute to General Verne Mudge, on his departure from the Senate Armed Services Committee
        1955 July 30
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        Remarks in the Senate on Amendment to Internal Revenue Code. H R.7064
        1955 July 30
      • Box 379
        Remarks at Orchard Picnic, Berryville, Va.
        1955 August 27
      • Box 379
        Illinois State Chamber of Commerce, Chicago
        1955 October 14
      • Box 379
        American Institute of Accountants, Washington, D. C.
        1955 October 24
      • Box 379
        American Mining Congress, New York
        1955 December 5
      • Box 379
        Tax Foundation, New York, N. Y.
        1955 December 6
      • Box 379
        Radio - Speech on calling a Constitutional Convention
        1956 January 5
      • Box 379
        Remarks in the Senate on the extension of Sugar Act of 1948
        1956 February 7
      • Box 379
        Remarks in the Senate on the Sugar Bill
        1956 February 8
      • Box 379
        Introducing Senator Connally at the Joint Session of the Legislature, Richmond, Va. Also Senator Connally's speech before the General Assembly at Richmond, Virginia
        1956 February 21
      • Box 379
        Remarks introducing General Ridgway at the dedication of the Virginia War Memorial, Richmond, Virginia
        1956 February 29
      • Box 379
        Remarks on Relief of Farmers from Payment of Excise taxes in the case of Gasoline etc.
        1956 March 6
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        Remarks on HR 7201. Taxation of Income of Insurance Companies
        1956 March 6
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        Remarks on insertion of editorials relating to the Declaration of Principles
        1956 March 14
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        Remarks on Amendment to the Agriculture Bill relating to Peanuts. (Senator Byrd's Amendment)
        1956 March 14
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        Remarks on Corporation and Excise Taxes
        1956 March 20
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        Remarks in the Senate on extension of existing corporate-excise tax rates. HR 9166
        1956 March 26
      • Box 379
        Response to the State Chamber of Commerce at Old Point
        1956 April 12
      • Box 379
        Remarks in the Senate on Senator George's decision not to be a candidate for reelection
        1956 May 9
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        Senate - S.3143 (H.R 3) - State Rights
        1956 May 10
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        Remarks in the Senate on the Conference Report on the Sugar Bill
        1956 May 17
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        Senate - Housing Bill, S.3856
        1956 May 24
      • Box 379
        Remarks on the Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956
        1956 May 28
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        Senate - Highway Bill, Davis-Bacon Amendment
        1956 May 29
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        Senate - S.3897, Kennedy-Payne-Byrd Bill
        1956 June 20
      • Box 379
        Virginia State Highway Commission, Richmond, Va.
        1956 June 22
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        Senate - Air Force Appropriation
        1956 June 26
      • Box 379
        Remarks in the Senate on H.R.10660, known as the interstate system road bill
        1956 June 26
      • Box 379
        Remarks on Military Unexpended Balances, Air Force appropriation
        1956 June 26
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        Remarks in the Senate on Social Security
        1956 July 16
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        Remarks on the nomination of Simon E. Sobeloff. (Not delivered)
        1956 July 16
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        Senate - Opposing disability amendment to H.R. 7225, Social Security Bill
        1956 July 17
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        Remarks in the Senate on Customs Simplifica tion Act. H.R. 6040
        1956 July 18
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        Remarks in the Senate on Renegotiation Act of 1951
        1956 July 19
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        Remarks in the Senate on the Foreign Aid Bill
        1956 July 24
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        Remarks on H.R. 6040, Customs Simplification
        1956 July 25
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        Remarks on the Burke Airport
        1956 July 25
      • Box 380
        Remarks in the Senate on H.R.9396 to amend the Tariff Act. Also H.R.7634
        1956 July 26
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        Interview with Mr. Arthur Krock on integration
        1956 September 25
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        Remarks prepared for the Underwriter Training Council, Washington, D. C.
        1956 September 27
      • Box 380
        Recorded Speech in behalf of Congressman Burr Harrison
        1956 November
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        Ruritan Meeting, Richmond, Virginia
        1957 January 21
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        Reporting bills for the Finance Committee
        1957 January 23
      • Box 380
        Accepting the Silver Quill Award, Washington, D. C.
        1957 January 26
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        Union League, New York
        1957 January 29
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        Remarks in the Senate on S.607 to provide allowances for former Presidents
        1957 February 4
      • Box 380
        Citizens Committee for the Hoover Report
        1957 February 5
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        Remarks in the Senate on Federal Aid to Education
        1957 February 25
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        Senate - On the Middle East in which Senator Byrd joined Senators Russell and Stennis in offering an amendment
        1957 February 28
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        Remarks in the Senate on the Alexander Hamilton Bicentennial
        1957 March 4
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        Federal Aid to Education. Page County Petition in opposition
        1957 March 8
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        Senate - Letter to Hon. Percival V. Brundage on the Budget
        1957 March 8
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        U. S. Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D. C.
        1957 March 15
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        Kiwanis Club, Richmond, Virginia
        1957 March 19
      • Box 380
        Tentative draft of N.A.M. movie script with Senator Bridges
        1957 March 19
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        Senate - Federal Budget 1958
        1957 March 21
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        Junior Chamber of Commerce, Alexandria, Virginia
        1957 March 22
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        Remarks in the Senate reporting extension of Corporate Normal-Tax etc.
        1957 March 25
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        Remarks in the Senate on Public Works and extension of corporation and excise tax rates
        1957 March 26
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        Remarks in the Senate on need for revised federal budget and Korean war tax
        1957 March 27
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        Remarks in the Senate on S.497 Omnibus Public Works Bill. (Folder empty when processed)
        1957 March 28
      • Box 380
        Radio Transcript - Farm Bureau
        1957 April 1
      • Box 380
        Remarks in the Senate when Senator Blakley of Texas left the Senate
        1957 April 4
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        Remarks in the Senate on amendment to Internal Revenue Code relating to Amortization
        1957 April 4
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        Remarks in the Senate on consolidation of all appropriation bills
        1957 April 4
      • Box 380
        Senate - Trial by Jury - or by injunction. (Civil Rights)
        1957 April 12
      • Box 380
        Remarks in the Senate relating to resolution on Investigation of the Financial Condition of the United States
        1957 April 12
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        Remarks in the Senate on duty-free entry of metal scrap. H.R.4686
        1957 April 16
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        Transcript of speech for broadcast on the Manion Forum
        1957 April 28
      • Box 380
        Remarks in the Senate on Fast Amortiza tion for depreciation granted to the Idaho Power Company
        1957 April 29
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        Senate - Taxes and the Budget
        1957 May 1
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        U. S. Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D. C.
        1957 May 1
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        Boston, Mass., (Tea Party)
        1957 May 6
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        Hampton Roads Maritime Association, Norfolk, Virginia
        1957 May 9
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        Remarks in the Senate on the Commerce Appropriation Bill
        1957 May 17
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        St. Luke's Church, Smithfield, Virginia
        1957 May 18
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        American Farm Bureau, Chicago, Ill.
        1957 May 20
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        Remarks in the Senate on the President's Foreign Aid Requests
        1957 May 22
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        Remarks in the Senate on the Housing legislation
        1957 May 28
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        Remarks in the Senate on the resignation of Secretary George M. Humphrey
        1957 May 29
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        Remarks in the Senate on H.R 53 to con solidate veterans legislation
        1957 June 3
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        Remarks in the Senate on Senator Byrd's birthday
        1957 June 10 and 11
      • Box 381
        Remarks in the Senate on the Public Debt Reduction Act of 1957
        1957 June 11
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        Remarks in the Senate on the Acreage Reserve Program
        1957 June 11
      • Box 381
        Speech on founding of Virginia, Arlington Towers, Arlington. (Not delivered-unable to leave Senate)
        1957 June 14
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        Remarks in the Senate on the fiscal and monetary policies
        1957 June 19
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        Senator Byrd's final question to Secretary Humphrey Hearing
        1957 June 20
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        Remarks in the Senate reporting H R.7238 to amend the Social Security Act
        1957 June 20
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        Remarks before the Citizens' Committee, Washington, D. C.
        1957 June 24
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        Remarks in the Senate on Construction of Bridges over the Potomac River
        1957 July 3
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        Remarks in the Senate on Amendments to the Social Security Act. H.R.6191
        1957 July 3
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        Dan River Mills, Inc., Danville, Virginia
        1957 July 4
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        Great Lakes to Florida Highway Association, Wytheville, Virginia
        1957 July 6
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        First District Democratic Association, Chamberlin Hotel, Old Point Comfort
        1957 July 12
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        Senate - So-called Civil Rights Bill
        1957 July 16
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        Remarks in the Senate on Civil Rights, and article from Richmond News Leader containing statement from N.A.A.C.P.
        1957 August 2
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        Remarks in the Senate on reporting H.R. 232 with amendments
        1957 August 7
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        Remarks on H.R. 52 to increase service-connected disability compensation and dependency allowances
        1957 August 9
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        Remarks in the Senate on printing additional copies of the hearings on Financial Condition of U. S.
        1957 August 9
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        Remarks in the Senate on the passing of former Senator Walter F. George, August 4, 1957
        1957 August 12
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        Remarks in the Senate on H.R.232, Fast Amortization
        1957 August 12
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        Reporting bills from the Finance Committee
        1957 August 12
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        Remarks in the Senate on S. 2229, government guaranty of private loans to certain air carriers
        1957 August 12
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        Reporting bills from the Finance Committee
        1957 August 13
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        Remarks in the Senate on the late Senator Joseph McCarthy
        1957 August 14
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        Remarks in the Senate reporting out bills from the Finance Committee
        1957 August 14
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        Senate - Remarks on Tariff on Lead and Zinc
        1957 August 20
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        Senate - Remarks on H.R. 3658, eligibility of widows for benefits. (And H.R. 5924)
        1957 August 20
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        Senate - Remarks on amendments to the Social Security Act
        1957 August 20
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        Senate - Foreign Aid
        1957 August 21
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        Senate - Remarks on establishing Joint Committee to study growth of the District of Columbia
        1957 August 26
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        Senate - Remarks on the So-called Civil Rights Bill
        1957 August 28
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        Senate - Remarks on raising the statutory debt limit
        1957 August 28
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        Senate - Remarks on S. 2080, relating to computation of annual income for the purpose of payment of pension for non-service-connected disability
        1957 August 28
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        Senate - Remarks on the so-called Civil Rights Bill
        1957 August 29
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        Senate - Remarks on the so-called Civil Rights Bill
        1957 August 30
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        Senate - Remarks on the President's Budget
        1957 August 30
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        Remarks at the Orchard Picnic, Berryville, Va.
        1957 August 31
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        Democratic Rally in the gubernatorial campaign, Harrisonburg, Virginia
        1957 September 30
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        Gubernatorial campaign, Leesburg, Virginia
        1957 October 7
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        Gubernatorial Campaign, Richmond, Virginia
        1957 October 11
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        Stanleytown, Virginia. (Not delivered)
        1957 October 18
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        Integration, among other matters, Halifax, Va.
        1957 October 30
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        Campaign Speech, Staunton, Virginia
        1957 October 31
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        Radio speech over WINC, Winchester, Virginia, endorsing Lindsay Almond for Governor
        1957 November 1
      • Box 382
        National Association of Manufacturers, New York
        1957 December 5
      • Box 383
        Senate - Remarks on the passing of Senator Kenneth McKellar
        1958 January 13
      • Box 383
        40th. Anniversary Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, Winchester, Virginia. (Folder empty when processed)
        1958 January 15
      • Box 383
        Dedication of library to Admiral Byrd, Springfield, Virginia. (Folder empty when processed)
        1958 January 20
      • Box 383
        Senate - Remarks on H. R. 8865 and H. R. 9035, both relating to internal revenue
        1958 January 27
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        Senator's vote on Senate Resolution 148
        1958 January 28
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        Senate - Remarks in tribute to John W. Emmert, Supt. Glacier National Park
        1958 February 19
      • Box 383
        Radio Transcript of interview with Paul Manning, NAM Series, "It's Your Business"
        1958 February 23
      • Box 383
        Senate - Remarks reporting H. R. 9955, Temporary Increase in Public Debt Limit
        1958 February 24
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        Senate - Remarks on the bill to increase postage rates
        1958 February 27
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        Jackson-Jefferson Day Dinner, John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia
        1958 February 28
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        Senate - Remarks on inserting speech made by - Senator Talmadge at Richmond, Virginia, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner
        1958 March 3
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        Senate - Extension of the U. S. Capitol
        1958 March 11
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        Senate - Remarks on tax on income of life insurance companies and Douglas amendment
        1958 March 13
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        Senate - Remarks on the formula for taxing life insurance companies, H.R.10021
        1958 March 14
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        Senate - Remarks reporting H.R.1140 and H.R.5382 for the Finance Committee
        1958 March 17
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        Senate - Remarks reporting bills from the Finance Committee
        1958 March 18
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        Senate - Deficit spending and pump priming
        1958 March 19
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        Senate - Remarks inserting article written by George Shea of the Wall Street Journal. (Folder empty when processed)
        1958 March 24
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        Senate - Highway Bill, S. 3414
        1958 March 26
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        Judicial Conferance, Old Point Comfort
        1958 May 2
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        Senate - Remarks on H.R. 358
        1958 May 13
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        Senate - Remarks reporting H.R 10015 and H.R.6006 for Finance Committee
        1958 May 21
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        Remarks in reporting H.R 12065 for the Finance Committee
        1958 May 22
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        Senate - Remarks requesting the printing of additional copies of hearings on the Financial Condition of the U. S.
        1958 May 26
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        Senate - Remarks on suspension of duties on certain metal scrap, and anti-dumping, H.R. 6006
        1958 May 26
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        Senate - Remarks on Proposed Extension of Unemployment Compensation
        1958 May 26
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        Senate - Remarks on Unemployment Compensation, H.R 12065
        1958 May 27
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        Senate - Remarks on Additional Unemployment Compensation. H.R. 12065
        1958 May 28
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        Senate - Remarks reporting H.R.12695, Extension of Existing Corporate Normal Tax and certain Excise-Tax
        1958 June 12
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        Senate - Remarks on the Federal Employees Salary increase Act of 1958 - Conference Report
        1958 June 13
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        Senate - Remarks on Extension of Corporate and Excise Tax Rates, H.R.12695
        1958 June 18
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        Senate - Remarks on the Extension of Corporate and Excise Tax Rates, H.R.12695
        1958 June 19
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        Senate - Statehood for Alaska
        1958 June 26
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        Senate - Remarks in submitting a Conference Report on H.R,12695 (excise tax etc.)
        1958 June 26
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        Senate - Remarks on Extension of Time for filing claim for refund of gasoline taxes. S. 586
        1958 July 9
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        Senate - Remarks on the Trade Agreement Act. H.R. 12591
        1958 July 16
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        Senate - Remarks on the Extension of Trade Agreements Act. H R.12591
        1958 July 17
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        Senate - Remarks on Temporary Unemployment Compensation. H.R 12065
        1958 July 18
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        Senate - Remarks on the Extension of trade Agreements Act. H.R.12591
        1958 July 22
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        Senate - Remarks reporting H R.8381, to amend the Internal Revenue Code
        1958 July 28
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        Senate - Remarks reporting H.R.7125, technical changes in Federal excise tax laws
        1958 July 31
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        Senate - Remarks reporting on the conference on H.R 6006, Antidumping Act 1921
        1958 August 4
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        Senate - Remarks on amendment of Social Security H.R. 5411
        1958 August 8
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        Senate - Remarks on Technical Changes in Excise Tax Law. H.R 7125
        1958 August 11
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        Senate - Remarks on extension of Trade Agreements Act, H.R. 12591
        1958 August 11
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        Senate - Remarks on Technical Changes in the Excise Tax Law, H.R. 7125, etc.
        1958 August 12
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        Senate - Remarks on Excise Tax and Technical Amendments Act of 1958
        1958 August 15
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        Senate - Remarks on retirement of Senator Martin of Pennsylvania
        1958 August 19
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        Senate - Remarks on establishment of Civil War Centennial Commission. H.J.Res. 557
        1958 August 20
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        Senate - Remarks on S,337 and H.R.3
        1958 August 20
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        Senate - Remarks on increasing the Debt Limit, H R 13580
        1958 August 22
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        Senate - Remarks on Extension of Renegotiation Act of 1951. H.R.11749
        1958 August 22
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        Orchard Picnic, Berryville, Virginia
        1958 August 30
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        Kiwanis Club, Martinsburg, West Virginia
        1958 October 7
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        Pittsburgh, Pa.
        1958 October 7
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        Usurpation of Power By The Federal Supreme Court
        1958 November
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        Illinois Manufacturing Association, Chicago, Ill.
        1958 December 11
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        Members of the Commission On Education
        1958
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        U. S. Chamber. (Not used)
        1959 January 13
      • Box 384
        Washington and Lee Trustees Luncheon, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C.
        1959 January 17
      • Box 384
        Senate - Remarks on the Housing Bill
        1959 February 5
      • Box 385
        Senate - Remarks on the Federal Budget
        1959 March 9
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        Senate - Remarks on Spending Authorizations
        1959 March 10
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        Senate - General Expenditure Authorization Bill
        1959 March 11
      • Box 385
        The National Taxpayers Conference, Washington, D. C.
        1959 March 17
      • Box 385
        $5.7 Billion Expenditure Reduction. (Not for Public Request)
        1959 March 17
      • Box 385
        Speech notes for TV interview
        1959 March 20
      • Box 385
        Senate - Remarks on Unemployment Compensation
        1959 March 25
      • Box 385
        Admitting Hawaii into the Union. (not used)
        1959 March
      • Box 385
        Dedication of the Robert A. Taft memorial
        1959 April 14
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        Senate - Remarks on Federal Income Tax Day and Current Spending Legislation
        1959 April 15
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        Senate - Remarks on Federal Personnel
        1959 April 15
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        Senate - Remarks on H.R.4245, Taxation on Life Insurance Companies
        1959 April 24
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        Senate - Remarks paying tribute to Senator Byrd and others by Senator Neuberger
        1959 April 25
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        American Farm Bureau Association, Berryville, Virginia
        1959 April 28
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        American Good Government Society, introduc ing Rear Admiral Lewis L. Strauss
        1959 April 30
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        Fauquier County Bicentennial Celebration, Warrenton, Virginia
        1959 May 1
      • Box 385
        National Coal Association, Washington, D.C.
        1959 June 4
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        Senate - Discussion on nomination of Lewis L. Strauss
        1959 June 5
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        Senate - Remarks on the proposed in crease in National Debt Ceiling
        1959 June 9
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        Senate - Remarks on Senator's birthday
        1959 June 10
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        Senate - Remarks reporting the Insurance Bill, H.R. 4245
        1959 June 10
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        Senate - Nomination of Admiral Strauss for Secretary of Commerce
        1959 June 18
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        Recorded speech for Dean Manion
        1959 June 22
      • Box 385
        Opening of "The Confederacy," Virginia Beach, Virginia
        1959 June 23
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        Senate - Remarks reporting H.R.7086 Renegotiation Act extension
        1959 June 23
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        Senate - Remarks on the Tax Extension Bill
        1959 June 24
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        Senate - Remarks on extending excise taxes and increasing debt limit
        1959 June 25
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        Senate - Remarks on Increased Limitation on the Federal Debt
        1959 June 25
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        Senate - Remarks on Senator Byrd's length of service in the Senate
        1959 June 29
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        Senate - Remarks on Budgetary Actions in Congress
        1959 June 29
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        Senate - Remarks on tax rate extension Act 1959. Conference Report
        1959 June 29
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        Senate - Remarks on the Housing Bill
        1959 June 30
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        Senate - Remarks reporting S.2524, power of States to impose net income taxes etc.
        1959 August 11
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        Senate - Remarks reporting H.R. 7650, Veterans Bill
        1959 August 12
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        Senate - Remarks on H.R. 7650. Veterans' Pension Bill
        1959 August 13
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        Senate - Remarks on H R.7650, Veterans legislation
        1959 August 18
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        Senate - Remarks on S.2524, State Taxation from Interstate Commerce
        1959 August 20
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        Senate - Remarks on S.2524, State taxation on income derived from Interstate Commerce
        1959 August 24
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        Senate - Remarks on Federal Interest Rate Ceiling
        1959 August 27
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        Orchard Picnic, Berryville, Virginia
        1959 August 29
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        Senate - Remarks on H.R.213 and H.R 2906, also H. R. 6249
        1959 September 1
      • Box 386
        Senate - Remarks on S& 2524, State Taxation from Interstate Commerce
        1959 September 3
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        Senate - Remarks reporting H.R. 8678, and the Highway Bill
        1959 September 5
      • Box 386
        Senate - Remarks on H.R.9035, interest rates on E and H Savings bonds
        1959 September 8
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        Senate - Remarks on the Problem of Inflation
        1959 September 10
      • Box 386
        Senate - Remarks on H.R. 47, Personal Exemption for children placed for adoption
        1959 September 10
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        Senate - Remarks on Interest rates on U. S. Savings~Bonds. (H.R. 9035)
        1959 September 12
      • Box 386
        Excerpt of speech at the anniversary of the Thomas Jefferson Soil Conservation District, Louisa County, Virginia
        1959 September 19
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        League of Virginia Municipalities, Old Point Comfort, Virginia
        1959 September 21
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        Dedication of Prince William County Armory, Manassas, Virginia
        1959 September 26
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        American Farm Bureau Federation, Chicago, Ill.
        1959 December 15
      • Box 386
        Christmas Message - Salvation Army
        1959
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        American Legion Meeting
        1959
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        Questions and Answers from American Farm Bureau. (Not given)
        1959
      • Box 387
        Senate - Remarks on the Budget
        1960 January 18
      • Box 387
        Silver Quill Dinner, Washington, D. C.
        1960 January 21
      • Box 387
        Senate - Remarks on the Federal Elections Act of 1959
        1960 January 25
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        Senate - Remarks on the Poll Tax
        1960 February 2
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        Senate - Federal Aid to Education
        1960 February 4
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        Senate - So-called Civil Rights
        1960 February 19
      • Box 387
        Senate - Remarks on the presentation to Senator McClellan of the George Washington Award of Freedom Foundation
        1960 February 24
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        Senate - Remarks on Inter-American Highway
        1960 February 24
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        Senate - Impact of textile imports
        1960 February 24
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        Senate - So-called Civil Rights legislation
        1960 March 1
      • Box 387
        Senate - Remarks on the passing of former Senator Herbert O'Conor of Maryland
        1960 March 4
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        Senate - So-called Civil Rights
        1960 March 5
      • Box 387
        Senate - Paying tribute to Charles Lee Watkins, Parliamentarian of the Senate
        1960 March 7
      • Box 387
        Conference of Business Advisory Council sponsored by Department of Commerce. (Referred to Mr. Lewis Strauss)
        1960 March 17
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        Senate - Remarks in explanation of H.R.135, H.R.3472, H.R.4251, H.R. 2451, and H.R. 7456
        1960 March 28
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        Senate - Remarks on the address by Senator Bible at the unveiling of the statue of the late Senator Pat McCarran
        1960 March 28
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        Children of the American Revolution, Washington, D. C.
        1960 April 22
      • Box 387
        Senate - Remarks on introduction of S. 3411. This relates to the Mallory case
        1960 April 25
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        Senate - Remarks on action on appropria tion bills
        1960 April 25
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        Senate - Remarks on air shipments of household goods of military personnel
        1960 April 27
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        Senate - Remarks on the Coal mine Safety Act
        1960 April 27
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        Senate - Remarks on the R. E. A.
        1960 May 11
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        Senate - Remarks in re: Military Construction Bill limiting military contract fees
        1960 May 13
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        Senate - Remarks in re: Military Constru tion bill, curbing commercial freight shipments, (air)
        1960 May 13
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        Remarks paying tribute to Senator O' Mahoney
        1960 May 19
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        State Democratic Convention, Virginia Beach, Virginia
        1960 May 21
      • Box 387
        Senate - Remarks on H.R. 9862. Senator appointed a conferee
        1960 May 24
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        Senate - Remarks on H.R. l0087, overall limitation on foreign tax credit
        1960 May 31
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        Senate - Remarks on H.R. 9881, law relating to free importation of personal and household effects
        1960 June 1
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        Senate - Remarks on amendments to H.R. 10, self employed retirement Act
        1960 June 9
      • Box 387
        Dedication of James River Bridge, Peaks of Otter Visitors Center
        1960 June 11
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        Senate - Remarks on the Federal Education Bill
        1960 June 13
      • Box 387
        Arlington-Jamestown speech. (not used)
        1960 June 17
      • Box 387
        Senate - Remarks and discussion of H.R.12381, Public Debt and tax rate extension
        1960 June 18
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        Senate - Remarks on Public Debt and Tax Extension Act, also discussion
        1960 June 20
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        Senate - Remarks on Public Debt and Tax Extension Act. H.R.12381
        1960 June 27
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        Senate - Remarks on Public Debt and Tax Extension Act. H.R.12381
        1960 June 28
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        Senate - Remarks on H.R.10, self employed individual tax retirement Act
        1960 July 2
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        Bridgewater, Virginia
        1960 August 6
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        Senate - Antarctic Treaty
        1960 August 9
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        Senate - The Right To Work Laws
        1960 August 18
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        Senate - Remarks on aid given the Congo
        1960 August 20
      • Box 387
        Senate - Remarks on Social Security Amendments. H R.12580
        1960 August 23
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        Senate - Remarks on Sugar Allotments to Dominican Republic
        1960 August 23
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        Orchard Picnic, Berryville, Virginia
        1960 August 27
      • Box 388
        American Bar Association, Washington, D. C.
        1960 August 29
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        Senate - Remarks on Sugar Act. H.R.13262
        1960 September 1
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        Introducing President Eisenhower, Staunton, Va.
        1960 October 27
      • Box 388
        Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, Washington, D. C.
        1960 December 1
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        New York Society of Virginians, New York City
        1960 December 2
      • Box 388
        Letter to Senator Clark, recorded in the Congressional Record
        1960 December
      • Box 388
        Vote on reelection of Senator Byrd, Chairman of Finance Committee
        1961 January 11
      • Box 388
        Senate - Remarks on the tour of defense establishments in the U. S. by Virginius Dabney
        1961 January 13
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        Senate - Remarks on nomination of Mr. Douglas Dillon
        1961 January 21
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        Virginia Civil War Commission. (Prepared for Record)
        1961 January 30
      • Box 388
        National Cotton Council, Memphis, Tenn.
        1961 January 31
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        The American Coalition of Patriotl Societies, Washington, D. C.
        1961 February 2
      • Box 389
        Recording for Dean Manion
        1961 February 19
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        Senate - Remarks on the passing of Senator Thomas C. Hennings, Jr.
        1961 February 24
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        Senate - Remarks on filling vacancy on Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Tax
        1961 February 24
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        Senate - Remarks on H.R.4806, Extended Unemployment Compensation Act
        1961 March 16
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        Senate - Remarks about Senator Byrd on temporary unemployment compensation Act and consideration of certain nominations
        1961 March 22
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        Senate - Remarks on Extension of the Sugar Act of 1948
        1961 March 29
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        Senate - Remarks on reporting the nomination of Stanley S. Surrey to be Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. Letter from Secretary Dillon
        1961 April 13
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        Senate - Remarks on aid to dependent children
        1961 April 20
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        Senate - Remarks on an amendment to the military construction bill of 1960
        1961 April 24
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        Senate --Remarks on control of public schools in Virginia
        1961 May 3
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        Senate - Remarks on "Back-door Spending"
        1961 May 3
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        Buckingham County Bi-Centennial observance
        1961 May 12
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        Senate - Federal Aid to Education. (not used)
        1961 May 24
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        Senate - Remarks on H.R.1877, amendments to Internal Revenue Code
        1961 May 26
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        Senate - Housing Bill
        1961 June 12
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        Senate - Remarks on the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1961
        1961 June 14
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        Senate - Remarks on Social Security Amendments of 1961
        1961 June 15
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        Senate - Remarks on the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1961
        1961 June 15
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        Senate - Remarks on H.R. 7446, extension normal and excise tax rates
        1961 June 21
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        Senate - Referring to the President's speech of July 25, on the Berlin crises
        1961 July 26
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        Senate - Remarks on Act for International Development - Amendments
        1961 July 28
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        Senate - Speech on S.1983 amendment to eliminate backdoor spending provisions
        1961 July 28
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        Senate - Foreign Aid
        1961 July 28
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        Senate - Remarks on the Byrd Amendment to the Foreign Aid Bill. S. 1983
        1961 August 11
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        Senate - Remarks on the Foreign Aid Act of 1961
        1961 August 15
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        Senate - Remarks on Tobacco Acreage allotments, H.R.1022
        1961 August 21
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        38th. Orchard Picnic, Berryville, Virginia
        1961 August 26
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        Senate - Remarks on Senator Byrd's Amendment to S.1983, Foreign Aid
        1961 August 31
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        Remarks in the Senate by Senators Dirksen etc. on Arthur Krock's article on Senator Byrd's amendment to the Foreign Aid legislation
        1961 August 31
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        Speech at the Green Home, Arlington, Va.
        1961 September 11
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        Senate - Remarks on tax treatment of certain clays and shale, H. R. 7057
        1961 September 12
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        Senate - Our Nation's Financial Position
        1961 September 13
      • Box 389
        Senate - Federal Expenditures
        1961 September 14
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        Senate - Remarks on H. R. 8847 relating to distribution of certain stock
        1961 September 21
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        Remarks on the activities of the Finance Committee, first session, 87th. Congress
        1961 September 23
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        Discussion in the Senate on H. R. 8876, Stock Distribution
        1961 September 25
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        Senate - Senator Byrd's explanation of H. R. 8876. Stock distribution
        1961 September 26
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        Broadcast
        1961 October 8
      • Box 390
        Dedication of memorial to Admiral Richard E. Byrd, Arlington, Cemetery
        1961 November 13
      • Box 390
        Rule 22 - "previous question"
        1961
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        Senate - Remarks on H. R. 8847. (DuPont Bill)
        1962 January 15
      • Box 390
        Remarks at the ceremony at the Treasury Department honoring Senator Carter Glass
        1962 January 15
      • Box 390
        Remarks at the memorial speeches for Senator Bridges
        1962 January 17
      • Box 390
        Discussion in the Senate of H. R. 8847, DuPont Bill and the vote
        1962 January 23
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        Senate - Remarks on the introduction of S. Con. Res. 12, General Expenditure Authorization Act for each Fiscal year
        1962 January 24
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        Remarks on the Manion Forum. The U. N. Bond issue
        1962 January 28
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        Senate - Remarks on Public Health Research Projects
        1962 February 2
      • Box 390
        Remarks on the DuPont Tax Bill. H. R. 8847
        1962 February 5
      • Box 390
        Senate - Remarks paying tribute to Senator Carl Hayden on his 50th anniversary of service
        1962 February 19
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        Senate - Remarks on H.R. 10050, temporary increase in public debt limit
        1962 March 1
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        Remarks on the poll tax legislation. An amendment to S. J. Res. 29
        1962 March 19
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        Senate - Remarks on the Poll Tax
        1962 March 22
      • Box 390
        U. S. Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D. C.
        1962 May 1
      • Box 390
        Senate - Speech on H.R.1361, James Norman Literacy Test for voting
        1962 May 7
      • Box 390
        Delaware Bankers Association, Wilmington, Del.
        1962 May 10
      • Box 390
        Senate - Gold Crisis and Concentration of Power
        1962 May 14
      • Box 390
        Senate - Federal Tax Legislation
        1962 May 21
      • Box 390
        Tax Foundation
        1962 May 21
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        Senate - Remarks on nominations of Judges of the Tax Court of the U. S.
        1962 May 29
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        Senate - Remarks on the Financial Condition of the U. S. Government
        1962 June 5
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        National Community Television Association, Inc.
        1962 June 19
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        Senate - Remarks on H.R.11879, extension of certain tax rates
        1962 June 25
      • Box 390
        Remarks in the Senate - Modern Economics
        1962 June 27
      • Box 390
        Report - Joint Committee on Reduction of Non-essential Federal Expenditures
        1962 June 27
      • Box 390
        Senate - Raising the federal debt limit
        1962 June 28
      • Box 390
        Senate - Remarks on the financial condition of the Government
        1962 June 28
      • Box 390
        Senate - Remarks on Federal Tax Reduction and the U. S. Chamber of Commerce
        1962 July 12
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        Human Events Meeting, Sheraton Park Hotel, Washington, D. C.
        1962 July 13
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        Senate - Remarks on medical care under Social Security
        1962 July 16
      • Box 390
        Senate - Remarks on the Revenue Act of 1962. Action taken by the Committee
        1962 July 20
      • Box 390
        Senate - Expenditure-tax Reduction
        1962 August 3
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        Orchard Picnic, Berryville, Virginia
        1962 August 25
      • Box 391
        Senate - Remarks on the Tax Bill
        1962 August 27
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        Senate - Remarks on the Tax Bill, H. R. 9035. (Vote on Senator's amendment)
        1962 August 28
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        Senate - Remarks on the Tax Bill. H. R. 9035. (Vote on withholding tax)
        1962 August 29
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        Senate - Remarks on Withholding Taxes
        1962 September 5
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        Senate - Remarks on H.R.12180, Free importation of certain effects
        1962 September 12
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        Senate - Remarks on Trade Expansion Bill
        1962 September 17
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        Senate - Remarks on H.R. 11970, Trade Expansion Act of 1962
        1962 September 18
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        Senate - Remarks on Trade Expansion Bill
        1962 September 19
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        Senate - Remarks on S. 2800, to eliminate the 6 per cent differential between east coast and west coast ship yards
        1962 September 20
      • Box 391
        National Association of Insurance Agents, Washington, D. C.
        1962 September 26
      • Box 391
        Senate - Remarks on the Foreign Aid Bill
        1962 October 2
      • Box 391
        Senate - Mississippi case
        1962 October 3
      • Box 391
        Senate - Remarks paying tribute to Senator Mike Mansfield
        1962 October 5
      • Box 391
        Senate - Remarks on H. R. 12213, duties on corkboard insulation and cork
        1962 October 5
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        Senate - Remarks on H. R. 5700 to amend the Tariff Act
        1962 October 5
      • Box 391
        Senate - Remarks on H. R. 6371 and H. R. 10620
        1962 October 10
      • Box 391
        Consecration of the Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Richmond, Virginia
        1962 October 21
      • Box 391
        National Industrial Conference Board, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York
        1962 December 13
      • Box 392
        Re: President's Tax Proposal
        1963 March
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        Senate - Remarks on the Federal Budget, Could and Should Be Cut
        1963 April 1
      • Box 392
        Readers Digest Group, Washington, D. C.
        1963 April 2
      • Box 392
        Radio Transcript
        1963 April 4
      • Box 392
        National Taxpayers Conference, Washington, D. C.
        1963 April 22
      • Box 392
        Report of Joint Committee on Reduction of Non-essential Federal Expenditures on Federal Personnel and Pay
        1963 April 30
      • Box 392
        Law Day Doherty Lecture, Charlottesville, Va.
        1963 May 3
      • Box 392
        Suggested T. V. Tape for Manion on Budget
        1963 May 6
      • Box 392
        Annual meeting Virginia Chamber of Commerce, Marriott Twin Bridges Motel, Washington, D. C.
        1963 May 17
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        Masonic Order, Washington, D. C.
        1963 May 27
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        Senate - Statement on raising the limit on the Federal Debt
        1963 May 28
      • Box 392
        Senate - Remarks on H. R. 6009, Public Debt Ceiling
        1963 May 28
      • Box 392
        University of Virginia Speech Dissemination
        1963 May
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        National Press Club, Washington, D. C. (Byrson Rash)
        1963 June 10
      • Box 392
        Senate - Democracy and Despotism
        1963 June 19
      • Box 392
        Virginia Pharmaceutical Association, Arlington, Virginia
        1963 June 23
      • Box 392
        Senate - Remarks on extension of corporation tax rate and excise tax, H.R. 6755
        1963 June 24
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        Senate - Remarks on H.R. 6791. Reduction of exemption from duty by returning residents
        1963 June 25
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        Senate - Remarks on H.R. 6791, exemption from duty for returning residents
        1963 June 26
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        Senate - Remarks on H.R. 2513 to amend the Tariff Act of 1930
        1963 July 18
      • Box 392
        Commemorating July 30, 1619 at Jamestown, Virginia. (Read by Congressman Downing)
        1963 July 30
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        Senate - Remarks on retirement of John D. Rhodes
        1963 August 6
      • Box 392
        Senate speech on H.R. 7824 to extend the statutory debt limit
        1963 August 20
      • Box 392
        Orchard Picnic, Berryville, Virginia
        1963 August 31
      • Box 393
        Senate - Test Ban Treaty
        1963 September 19
      • Box 393
        Capitol Forest Number 104, Tall Cedars of Lebanon, Washington, D. C.
        1963 October 5
      • Box 393
        Senate - Remarks on the Tax Bill
        1963 October 15
      • Box 393
        Discussion of the Tax Bill in the Senate
        1963 October 16
      • Box 393
        Remarks paying tribute to Mr. Conrad L. Wirth
        1963 October 28
      • Box 393
        Record Reprint - Taxes and Expenditures
        1963 November 1
      • Box 393
        Remarks introducing Senator Sam J. Irvin, Jr., at Masonic meeting, Winchester, Virginia
        1963 November 2
      • Box 393
        Senate - Federal Debt Limit
        1963 November 21
      • Box 393
        Remarks at dinner honoring Sheriff John E. Taylor
        1963 December 8
      • Box 393
        Senate - Eulogy of President Kennedy
        1963 December 11
      • Box 393
        Senate - Remarks on H.R. 2513, marking certain imported articles
        1963 December 16
      • Box 393
        Remarks by others in the Senate concerning coffee and Tax bill. In defense of Senator Byrd. (Folder empty when processed)
        1963 December 19
      • Box 393
        Dedication of Thos. J. Downing Bridge, Tappahannock, Virginia
        1963 December 28
      • Box 393
        Senate - Remarks on the passing of Mr. Roswell Magill
        1963 December 30
      • Box 393
        Debate in Senate - Opposition to Resolution 9
        1963
      • Box 393
        Senate - Remarks on the retirement of Mr. Conrad L. Wirth
        1964 January 10
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        Senate - Remarks on the Tax Bill. H.R.8363
        1964 January 30
      • Box 393
        Williamsburg, Virginia, accepting award of Sons of American Revolution
        1964 February 1
      • Box 393
        Joint Session of the Virginia General Assembly, Williamsburg, Virginia
        1964 February 1
      • Box 393
        Senate - Thanksgiving Proclamation
        1964 March 10
      • Box 393
        Civil Rights
        1964 March 21
      • Box 394
        Senate - Remarks on the Chesapeake Bay Tunnel
        1964 April 1
      • Box 394
        Transcript - Rotary Club, Roanoke, Va.
        1964 April 12
      • Box 394
        Opening of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel, Norfolk, Virginia
        1964 April 15
      • Box 394
        Senate - H.R.7152, the Civil Rights Act
        1964 April 15
      • Box 394
        Speech at dinner in honor of Connie Wirth
        1964 April 16
      • Box 394
        D. A. R., Washington, D. C.
        1964 April 20
      • Box 394
        Senate - Remarks on the Civil Rights Act of 1963
        1964 April 21
      • Box 394
        Wakefield Ruritan Club's Inter-Community Shad Planking, Wakefield, Virginia
        1964 April 22
      • Box 394
        Remarks upon receiving the Second Jamestown Award from the James City County Chamber of Commerce
        1964 May 13
      • Box 394
        Senate - Civil Right Act of 1963
        1964 May 20
      • Box 394
        Letter to the President on the Federal Fiscal Condition
        1964 May 21
      • Box 394
        Commencement Exercises, Staunton Military Academy, Staunton, Virginia
        1964 May 31
      • Box 394
        Speech by Marshall Beverley for Senator Byrd at the Award Ceremony in Philadelphia, Pa.
        1964 June 14
      • Box 394
        Senate - Civil Rights Bill
        1964 June 18
      • Box 394
        42nd Annual Convention, Virginia Department Veterans of Foreign Wars, Winchester, Va.
        1964 June 20
      • Box 394
        Discussion in the Senate on Renegotiation Act and Excise Taxes
        1964 June 25
      • Box 394
        Debt Limit - Senate
        1964 June 25
      • Box 394
        Senate - Remarks on retirement of Mr. Colin F. Stam
        1964 June 26
      • Box 394
        Group Hospitalization, Inc., Washington, D. C.
        1964 July 1
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        Senate - Remarks on Meat Imports
        1964 July 1
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        Civic Center Campaign Committee, Winchester, Virginia
        1964 July 16
      • Box 394
        Reunion of Descendants and Friends of Germanna Colonists, Siegen Forest, Virginia
        1964 July 19
      • Box 394
        Annual Meeting of Commonwealth's Attorneys, Virginia Beach, Virginia
        1964 July 25
      • Box 394
        Reference in the Record to Senator Byrd's remarks on Prince Edward County
        1964 July 28
      • Box 394
        Senate - Remarks on Meat Imports
        1964 August 11
      • Box 394
        Orchard Picnic, 42nd one, Berryville, Va.
        1964 August 15
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        Senate - Remarks on H.R.1839, meat imports
        1964 August 18
      • Box 395
        Senate - Remarks in reporting H.R.4844, H.R.5739 and H.R.10467
        1964 August 21
      • Box 395
        Amendment offered by Senator Thurmond, Byrd et. al. on reapportionment
        1964 September 15
      • Box 395
        Senate - Remarks on the retirement of Jerry O'Leary
        1964 September 30
      • Box 395
        Reference to Senator Byrd by Senator Anderson on H.R. 12253, Tariff Schedules
        1964 September 30
      • Box 395
        Godfrey Field, Leesburg Municipal Airport
        1964 October 10
      • Box 395
        Blackstone Presbyterian Church, Blackstone, Virginia. (Speech read)
        1964 October 16
      • Box 395
        Yorktown Day Ceremony, Yorktown, Virginia
        1964 October 19
      • Box 395
        Wilson Birthplace, Staunton, Virginia
        1964 October 29
      • Box 395
        Dinner given in Senator's honor by Hiram Lodge, Winchester, Virginia
        1964 October 31
      • Box 395
        Dedication of Beaver Creek Watershed Project, Crozet, Virginia
        1964 November 10
      • Box 395
        Federal Tax Reduction Bill
        [1964]
      • Box 395
        Senate - Remarks on submitting S. Con. Res. 12 Provision for one General Authorization Act for each fiscal year
        1965 January 26
      • Box 395
        Senate - Remarks on our Gold and Fiscal weakness
        1965 January 28
      • Box 395
        Remarks on the nomination of Mr. Raymond Guest to be Ambassador to Ireland
        1965 March 9
      • Box 395
        Senate - Remarks on the 100th Anniversary, Appomattox, Virginia
        1965 March 25
      • Box 395
        Remarks reporting the nomination of Henry H. Fowler to be Secretary of Treasury
        1965 March 25
      • Box 395
        30th Anniversary of the Soil Conservation Program
        1965 April 27
      • Box 395
        Senate - Remarks on S.701, Coffee Agreement
        1965 May 13
      • Box 395
        Accepting New Market Award at V.M.I., Lexington, Virginia
        1965 May 15
      • Box 395
        Order Fraternal Americans, Alexandria, Va.
        1965 May 17
      • Box 395
        Senate - Tribute to Senator Richard B. Russell
        1965 May 24
      • Box 395
        Senate - Remarks on Amendments to the Social Security Bill
        1965 May 25
      • Box 395
        Senate - Remarks on The Character of Lee
        1965 May 25
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        Senate - Remarks on Utilization of U. S. Foreign Currency Balances
        1965 June 1
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        Senate - Remarks on increasing the public debt
        1965 June 16
      • Box 395
        Individual Views - Medicare
        1965 July 7
      • Box 395
        Commissioners of the Revenue Association of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia
        1965 November 4
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        Notes on Miscellaneous Speeches
        n.d.
      • Box 396
        Miscellaneous Speeches, ca: 26 items
        n.d.
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        Miscellaneous Speeches, ca: 20 items
        n.d.
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        Miscellaneous Speeches, ca: 18 items
        n.d.
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        Concurrent Resolution - Single Appropriation Bill, ca: 2 items
        n.d.
      • Box 396
        Joint Resolution, ca: 2 items
        n.d.
    • 3. Harry Flood Byrd's Public Statements and Press Releases
      • Box 397
        Virginia Road Problem
        1923 January 6
      • Box 397
        Presidential Campaign
        1924
      • Box 397
        Campaign Statements
        1925
      • Box 397
        Program of Progress, Richmond, Virginia
        1927 December 7
      • Box 397
        Tax Segregation - Tax Situation in Virginia
        1927
      • Box 397
        Tax Segregation - Repeal of the State Tax on Land and Personal Property
        1927
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        Virginia Progress, Richmond
        1928 June 6
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        Virginia Financial Plan Now Is Model For Nation
        1929
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        Comment on Governor Pollard's Message to 1932 General Assembly
        1932 January
      • Box 397
        Organization, Presidential Campaign
        1932 July 4
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        Byrd Road Plan
        1932
      • Box 397
        As Chairman of National Committee Finance Group. Presidential Campaign Fund Solicitation
        1932
      • Box 397
        18th. Amendment
        1933 April 8
      • Box 397
        Trade Barriers
        1933 April 27
      • Box 397
        "block Roosevelt"
        1933 June 10
      • Box 397
        Governor Stuart
        1933 July 25
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        18th. Amendment
        1933 September 19
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        Purchase of cattle
        1933 October 17
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        Skyline road
        1933 October 17
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        18th. Amendment
        1933
      • Box 397
        Beer Bill
        1933
      • Box 397
        In regard to positions in Washington
        1933
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        Farmers' Troubles
        1933
      • Box 397
        On the address of the President
        1934 January 3
      • Box 397
        Cattle, A Basic Commodity, Washington, D. C.
        1934 January 11
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        A. B. C. Board
        1934 March 28
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        A. B. C. Board
        1934 April 4
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        Trade Agreements
        1934 May 21
      • Box 397
        Professor Tugwell
        1934 June 11
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        A. A. A.
        1934 June
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        A. A. A.
        1934 November 1
      • Box 397
        Old Age Pensions
        1935 January 31
      • Box 397
        Virginia's share of the public debt
        1935 February 22
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        Public Works
        1935 February 26
      • Box 397
        Wagner Pension and Social Security Bill
        1935 February
      • Box 397
        Government Finances
        1935 March 12
      • Box 397
        Thanks Kingfish for compliment
        1935 March 16
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        Labor
        1935 May 24
      • Box 397
        Boy Scouts
        1935 May 31
      • Box 397
        Veteran's Bonus
        1935 May
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        Wheeler-Rayburn Bill
        1935 June 18
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        Tax Exempt Bonds
        1935 June 21
      • Box 397
        A. A. A
        1935 July 11
      • Box 397
        Farm-to-Markets Roads
        1935 July 23
      • Box 397
        Public Utilities
        [1935?]
      • Box 397
        Roanoke Times
        1936 January 11
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        Reorganization
        1936 March 12
      • Box 397
        Corporation Taxes
        1936 May 12
      • Box 397
        Economy in Government
        1936 May 29
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        Norfolk Convention
        1936 June 16
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        Wildlife Federation
        1936 June 17
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        Taxes
        1936 June 19
      • Box 397
        Reorganization
        1936 July 1
      • Box 397
        Tax on Bonds
        1936 August 17
      • Box 397
        The Constitution
        1936 September 17
      • Box 397
        Reorganization
        1936 December 31
      • Box 398
        Interview with Mr. Essary
        1937 January 1
      • Box 398
        Reorganization
        1937 January 12
      • Box 398
        Brookings Report, Chapter 1
        1937 January 14
      • Box 398
        Reorganization
        1937 March 28
      • Box 398
        Reorganization
        1937 April 19
      • Box 398
        Economy in Government
        1937 April 20
      • Box 398
        Governor Pollard
        1937 April 28
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        Reorganization
        1937 May 6
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        Reorganization
        1937 May 17
      • Box 398
        Virginia Homestead Projects
        1937 May 24
      • Box 398
        Virginia Homestead Projects
        1937 May 29
      • Box 398
        Reorganization of the Federal Government
        1937 May 31
      • Box 398
        Tax Exempt Securities and Salaries
        1937 June 1
      • Box 398
        Brookings Report, Chapter 9
        1937 June 7
      • Box 398
        In connection with Washington-Merry-Go-Round
        1937 June 9
      • Box 398
        Campaign Financing
        1937 June 10
      • Box 398
        Reorganization
        1937 June 14
      • Box 398
        Tax Exempt Securities
        1937 June 28
      • Box 398
        Virginia Homestead Projects
        1937 July 5
      • Box 398
        Reorganization
        1937 July 10
      • Box 398
        Reorganization of the Federal Government
        1937 July 23
      • Box 398
        Delivery of mails during strikes at Cleveland, Ohio
        1937 July 31
      • Box 398
        Virginia Homestead Projects
        1937 August 2
      • Box 398
        Reorganization
        1937 August 12
      • Box 398
        Resettlement
        1937 September 2
      • Box 398
        Tax exempt salaries and securities
        1937 September
      • Box 398
        U. S. News - "How To Restore Confidence"
        1937 October 21
      • Box 398
        Questions on International Relations
        1937 October
      • Box 398
        Virginia Tobacco allotment under the Federal Farm Bill
        1937 December 11
      • Box 398
        Soil Conservation
        1937 December 16
      • Box 398
        Government Reorganization
        1937 December 27
      • Box 398
        The National Debt
        1937
      • Box 398
        Resettlement Administration
        1937
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        Federal Appropriations for Roads, etc.
        1938 January 2
      • Box 398
        Reorganization
        1938 January 16
      • Box 398
        Radio-Grange. Reorganization
        1938 January 22
      • Box 398
        Air Mail service for Norfolk
        1938 February 16
      • Box 398
        Reorganization
        1938 March 7
      • Box 398
        Reorganization - l0% reduction
        1938 March 18
      • Box 398
        Pump Priming
        1938 April 11
      • Box 398
        Taxation of government pay roll salaries
        1938 April 18
      • Box 398
        Newspaper Statement
        1938 May 3
      • Box 398
        Newspaper Statement
        1938 May 4
      • Box 398
        Deficiency Bill - Construction of two additional battleships at Norfolk Yard
        1938 May 9
      • Box 398
        Virginia's Proportion of Federal Grants
        1938 May 16
      • Box 398
        Newspaper Statement
        1938 June 14
      • Box 398
        Kerr-Smith Tobacco Taxes
        1938 June 29
      • Box 398
        Newspaper Statement
        1938 June 30
      • Box 398
        Senator Byrd's Tobacco Res. - S. 291
        1938 June
      • Box 398
        Reorganization. Paul Mallon Column
        1938 July 15
      • Box 398
        Federal Debt. (A. P.)
        1938 August
      • Box 398
        Regional Laboratories
        1938 September 7
      • Box 398
        Research Laboratories
        1938 September 15
      • Box 398
        Exportation of tobacco seed and plants
        1938
      • Box 399
        Reply to Eccles' letter
        1939 January 16
      • Box 399
        Federal Spending, (Governor Price)
        1939 January 28
      • Box 399
        Southside Virginia News - Democracy Edition
        1939 February 23
      • Box 399
        Reciprocal taxation of federal and state employees
        1939 February
      • Box 399
        Deficit Spending - Harrison
        1939 March 4
      • Box 399
        Reorganization
        1939 March 6
      • Box 399
        Reorganization
        1939 March 8
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        Reorganization
        1939 March 17
      • Box 399
        Deficit Spending - Eccles
        1939 March 23
      • Box 399
        To expand Tobacco Markets
        1939 March 31
      • Box 399
        Exportation of tobacco seed. (Folder empty when processed)
        1939 April 10
      • Box 399
        President's letter to Hitler
        1939 April 17
      • Box 399
        Deficit Spending
        1939 May 23
      • Box 399
        Economy in Government
        1939 June 17
      • Box 399
        Release on Sen. Res. 150
        1939 June 24
      • Box 399
        In connection with Judge Hart's statement
        1939 June
      • Box 399
        Bill of Rights
        1939 June
      • Box 399
        Exportation of tobacco seed
        1939 July 5
      • Box 399
        Secretary Swanson
        1939 July 10
      • Box 399
        Spending - Lending
        1939 July 23
      • Box 399
        Super toll highways
        1939 July 28
      • Box 399
        Roads - Shenandoah National Park Area
        1939 September 19
      • Box 399
        Neutrality
        1939 September 21
      • Box 399
        Neutrality
        1939 October 16
      • Box 399
        Leesburg Civic Clubs - Newspaper release. (Folder empty when processed)
        1939 December 14
      • Box 399
        Newspaper release on Fredericksburg speech
        1940 January 19
      • Box 399
        Newspaper release on speech at reopening of Norfolk- Portsmouth Bridge
        1940 February 1
      • Box 399
        In regard to Judge Roberts
        1939 February 10
      • Box 399
        Pursuant to Senate Resolution 150
        1940 February 15
      • Box 399
        Newspaper statement
        1940 February 20
      • Box 399
        Newspaper statement. (Folder empty when processed)
        1940 February 22
      • Box 399
        Newspaper Statement
        1940 February 26
      • Box 399
        Newspaper Statement - $700,000,000 - credit corporations
        1940 March 6
      • Box 399
        Newspaper Statement - $700,000,000 - credit corporations
        1940 March 12
      • Box 399
        Newspaper Statement - Tobacco
        1940 March 13
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        Newspaper Statement
        1940 March 15
      • Box 399
        Newspaper Statement
        1940 March 26
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        Tobacco Statement
        1940 April 1
      • Box 399
        Statement on death of Lieutenant Governor Saxon Holt
        1940 April 1
      • Box 399
        Tobacco - seed exportation
        1940 April 2
      • Box 399
        Tobacco Res. Statement
        1940 April 10
      • Box 399
        Newspaper Statement. Re: President's letter on $700,000,000
        1940 April 22
      • Box 399
        Newspaper Statement - Defense
        1940 May 15
      • Box 399
        Newspaper Statement
        1940 May 16
      • Box 399
        Newspaper Statement
        1940 May 21
      • Box 399
        "5th. Column"
        1940 May 23
      • Box 399
        Newspaper Statement - Senator Byrd's speech in regard to J. Edgar Hoover
        1940 May 31
      • Box 399
        Newspaper Statement - President's l0% reduction
        1940 June 3
      • Box 399
        Tobacco Statement, (seed bill passed and law)
        1940 June 7
      • Box 399
        Congress should remain in session
        1940 June 7
      • Box 399
        National Defense and Reduction in appropriations
        1940 June 10
      • Box 399
        Newspaper Statement, re: Senator Byrd's speech - Forum. (Folder empty when processed)
        1940 June 11
      • Box 399
        Newspaper Statement - Alien Bill
        1940 June 18
      • Box 399
        Newspaper Statement - Tobacco Tax
        1940 June 18
      • Box 399
        Death of Hon. J. Murray Hooker
        1940 August 7
      • Box 399
        With respect to Camp Lee
        1940 August 14
      • Box 399
        Conscription Statement
        1940 August 21
      • Box 399
        National Defense Contracts
        1940 August 25
      • Box 399
        Statement and Resolution to create a Congressional National Defense Council
        1940 August 26
      • Box 399
        National Defense Contracts
        1940 August 27
      • Box 399
        Pending Tax Bill
        1940 September 14
      • Box 399
        Statement on Adjourning
        1940 September 25
      • Box 399
        Taxation
        1940 September 30
      • Box 399
        Tobacco Statement
        1940 October 7
      • Box 399
        Payments to Sugar Producers. (not released)
        1940 October 9
      • Box 399
        Newspaper Statement
        1940 November 8
      • Box 399
        Appointment of William S. Knudsen
        1940 December 22
      • Box 400
        Statement - Budget Message
        1941 January 8
      • Box 400
        Newspaper Statement - Death of Jim Barron
        1941 January 13
      • Box 400
        Taxation of future issues of Federal bonds and notes
        1941 February 21
      • Box 400
        Newspaper Statement
        1941 February 28
      • Box 400
        Newspaper Statement
        1941 March 2
      • Box 400
        Newspaper Statement - Byrd Amendment - Lend-Lease Bill
        1941 March 5
      • Box 400
        Letter to Secretary Wickard regarding Sugar payments
        1941 March 6
      • Box 400
        Strikes
        1941 March 19
      • Box 400
        Newspaper Statement - Liquor, Army Camps
        1941 March 21
      • Box 400
        Argentine beef
        1941 March 21
      • Box 400
        U. S. News - Strikes
        1941 April 1
      • Box 400
        Newspaper Statement - Strikes
        1941 April 3
      • Box 400
        Statement on behalf of the Rules Committee
        1941 April 29
      • Box 400
        Newspaper Statement
        1941 May 8
      • Box 400
        Newspaper Statement
        1941 May 26
      • Box 400
        Statement to Jack Bell
        1941 June 6
      • Box 400
        National Defense - Strikes
        1941 June 7
      • Box 400
        Newspaper Statement - Strike Resolution
        1941 June 9
      • Box 400
        Newspaper Statement - Strike Resolution
        1941 June 13
      • Box 400
        Newspaper Statement - Hudson Cary
        1941 July 26
      • Box 400
        Newspaper Statement
        1941 August 19
      • Box 400
        Reply to President Roosevelt. "Wisecracking has its place, etc."
        1941 August 22
      • Box 400
        Aid to Great Britain
        1941 August 26
      • Box 400
        Statement with Resolution and Amendment
        1941 August 28
      • Box 400
        Regarding tax on tobacco
        1941 August 29
      • Box 400
        Re: Baruch Statement
        1941 September 5
      • Box 400
        Statement of Dr. James Truslow Adams regarding Senator's Amendment
        1941 September 12
      • Box 400
        Rep. Smith's Statement, Re: Arlington, Alexandria and Fairfax Community Chests. Note: Senator Byrd concurred
        1941 October 23
      • Box 400
        Press Statement: Byrd Speech, Tidewater Wholesale Grocery Association, Virginia Beach, Virginia. (Not used due to vote on Lend Lease Bill.) (Folder empty when processed.)
        1941 October 23
      • Box 400
        Strikes
        1941 October 27
      • Box 400
        Statement - Committee to investigate non-essential federal expenditures
        1941 October 29
      • Box 400
        Byrd replies to Press re: John L. Lewis
        1941 November 6
      • Box 400
        Regarding the price of beef cattle
        1941 November 25
      • Box 400
        Newspaper Statement - Senator Adams death
        1941 December 1
      • Box 400
        Regarding Cong. Smith's labor bill
        1941 December 4
      • Box 400
        Letter to Senator Elbert D. Thomas requesting action on the Smith labor bill
        1941 December 6
      • Box 400
        Statement for International News Service Syndicated Column
        1942 January 2
      • Box 400
        "Why Prudent Spending Will Strengthen Nation In War and Peace." (Folder empty when processed.)
        1942 January 2
      • Box 400
        Analysis of Budget as compared to Committee Report
        1942 January 8
      • Box 400
        Statement by Joint Committee on Reduction of Non-essential Expenditures, Senator Byrd, Chairman
        1942 January 23
      • Box 400
        Pensions for Senators and Congressmen
        1942 February 6
      • Box 400
        Letter to Secretary Stimson re: Blackstone, Virginia military camp
        1942 February 12
      • Box 400
        Pension Bill - Detroit News
        1942 February 13
      • Box 400
        Regarding labor problems at Camp Pickett, Blackstone, Virginia
        1942 February 17
      • Box 400
        Regarding the Civil Service Committee and pensions for Senators and Congressmen
        1942 February 19
      • Box 400
        Regarding Dean Landis' appearance before Committee
        1942 February 24
      • Box 400
        Letter to J. E. Barnes, Todd Shipyard Corp.
        1942 February 28
      • Box 400
        Letter to Hon. James M. Landis, Director, The Office of Civilian Defense
        1942 March 9
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        Letter to Hon. James M. Landis, Director, The Office of Civilian Defense, in response to his letter of same date
        1942 March 10
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        On the Office of Civilian Defense
        1942 March 12
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        On the Office of Civilian Defense
        1942 March 13
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        Transcript of Senator's testimony before Senate Committee on Education and Labor
        1942 March 24
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        On death of William E. Carson
        1942 March 26
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        Suggestions for Economy - Given to the Baltimore Sun
        1942 March
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        Letter to Paul V. McNutt in connection with the Office of Civilian Defense
        1942 April 1
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        Regarding labor situation at Blackstone, Virginia. Information from Mr. John J. Corson
        1942 April 14
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        Regarding "slowdowns" in vital naval production. (Folder empty when processed)
        1942 April 14
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        Newspaper Statement - U. S. Employment Service figures
        1942 April 27
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        Senator's reply to Lowell Mellett
        1942 May 2
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        Reprint from news release of the North American Newspaper Alliance by Byrd, re: nonwar, nonessestial spending
        1942 June 6
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        Release - Sugar Situation
        1942 June 8
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        Re: Inflation
        1942 July 16
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        Statement on sugar for canning purposes
        1942 July 31
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        Re: Nation-wide rationing of gasoline
        1942 August 16
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        Re: Treasury plan to tax "Spending"
        1942 September 3
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        Re: Rubber
        1942 September 12
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        Re: Paying Virginia State Debt
        1942 September 28
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        Re: Farm Labor Situation
        1942 October 23
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        Statement on Manpower
        1942 November 16
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        Re: Federal employees engaged in actual war construction work, etc.
        1942 December 9
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        Re: Economy and the new budget
        1942 December 31
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        Re: Purchase of Stevens Hotel
        1943 January 5
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        Edward J. Flynn Nomination
        1943 January 30
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        Re: Availability of farmers bulletins
        1943 February 17
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        Committee's Report on Questionnaires
        1943 February 17
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        National Resources Planning Board in reply to the President
        1943 February 19
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        Strikes. (Boeing Plant, Seattle and others)
        1943 February 28
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        On acquisition and use of motor vehicles by various agencies of the government
        1943 March 5
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        Letter to Secretary Wickard on farm labor and machinery situation
        1943 March 8
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        Statement on Civil Service
        1943 March 10
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        John L. Lewis
        1943 May 4
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        Re: Legislation to negotiate trade agreements with other countries
        1943 May 11
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        War Labor Board - Request for information as to decisions made by the Board
        1943 May 20
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        Additional Report of the CommitteeTravel and Communications in the Federal Government - No. 57
        1943 May 27
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        Subsidy Payments
        1943 May 30
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        Strikes
        1943 June 2
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        Joint Committee Report on Federal Personnel
        1943 June 17
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        Food Subsidies - Letter from Albert S. Goss, Master, The National Grange
        1943 July 3
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        On Manpower and Federal Employees
        1943 September 28
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        Strikes and John L. Lewis
        1943 November 4
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        Secretary Hull
        1943 November 10
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        Outline of Federal Real Estate Report Joint Committee
        1943 November 18
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        Federal Personnel, Additional Report
        1943 November 22
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        Reduction of Nonessestial Federal Expenditures
        1943 December 20
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        Revocation of Esquire's second-class mailing permit
        1943 December 31
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        Penalty Mail Report
        1944 January 21
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        Senator's letter to Hon. Guy Mason, Commissioner, District of Columbia
        1944 January 28
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        Senator's endorsement of message to General Assembly by Governor Darden
        1944 February 1
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        Statement by Senator re: appointment of Senator O' Mahoney as Chairmen of the Democratic Senatorial Committee
        1944 February 3
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        Subsidies
        1944 February 14
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        Veto Message of the President
        1944 February 22
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        Statement on death of Senator Weaver
        1944 March 11
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        Re: Appointment of Mr. Forrestal as Secretary of the Navy
        1944 May 12
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        Operation and Use of Government Owned passenger automobiles
        1944 June 2
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        Reduction of Nonessestial Federal Expenditures - Government Corporations. (S. Doc. No. 227)
        1944 August 2
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        Re: Disposition of Surplus Property
        1944 August 25
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        Sugar for Applebutter
        1944 September 1
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        Statement in Senate on Federal personnel, Committee Report
        1944 September 13
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        Proposed reduction of Federal employees
        1944 September 19
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        Statement in behalf of Senator Tydings
        1944 October
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        Inaugural Plans
        1944 December 5
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        State Department Appointments
        1944 December 7
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        Statement of Joint Committee - Civilian Employees in Government
        1944 December 7
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        Joint Committee's Report on Unexpended Balances
        1944 December 15
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        Statement relative to the passing of Wade Massie
        1944 December
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        Release giving James F. Byrnes' letter on farm labor
        1945 January 11
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        Statement on the death of Senator Maloney
        1945 January 17
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        On the appointment of Wallace, Secretary of Commerce
        1945 January 22
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        Statement on the death of Colonel Halsey
        1945 January 29
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        Statement on Speech by Henry Wallace in New York
        1945 January 31
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        Control of Congress over Government Corporations
        1945 February
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        Construction of dam on Shenandoah River
        1945 February 5
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        Crimea Conference
        1945 February 14
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        Appointment of Mr. Fred Vinson
        1945 March 5
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        Work or Fight Bill
        1945 March 6
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        Byrd-Butler Bill - S-469
        1945 March 16
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        Progress Report of Joint Economy Committee
        1945 March 22
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        Potomac River Dams
        1945 March 27
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        On the death of President Roosevelt
        1945 April 13
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        Byrd-Butler Bill
        1945 April 20
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        In regard to Vice-President Truman becoming President
        1945 April 21
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        Statement after visit to San Francisco Conference
        1945 May 7
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        Senator's comment on the President's reorganization plan
        1945 May 24
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        President Truman's letter on Byrd-Butler Bill. S-469. H. R. 2177
        1945 June 11
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        Remarks in introducing Dr. Robert S. Barrett
        1945 June 14
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        Byrd-Butler Bill
        1945 June 19
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        Senator's letter to the President on Government Personnel
        1945 June 27
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        Remarks about Secretary of State Stettinius
        1945 June 28
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        Submission of S. F. Charter
        1945 June 28
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        Relative to increase of Federal Civilian personnel
        1945 July 26
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        United Nations Charter
        1945 July 26
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        Letter to Secretary Stimson relative to releasing miners and farmers from the Army
        1945 August 16
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        Reducing the hours in the work-week
        1945 August 19
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        Reorganization of Government
        1945 August 21
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        Cut-backs in Appropriations
        1945 August 22
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        Repealing Daylight Saving Time
        1945 August 25
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        Alleged election frauds in Wise County, Va.
        1945 August 29
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        Pearl Harbor
        1945 August 30
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        In regard to repealing daylight savings law
        1945 September 5
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        On the increase of Federal Civilian Personnel
        1945 September 5
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        On $25 per week unemployment insurance
        1945 September 7
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        On proposal by Senator McCarran to reduce working hours of government employees
        1945 September 9
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        Demobilization of Armed Forces
        1945 September 18
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        The Atomic Bomb
        1945 October 9
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        Reorganization of the Government
        1945 November 1
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        Transcription of remarks on the 20th. anniversary of Radio Station WRVA Richmond
        1945 November 2
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        Federal Pay Raise
        1945 November 15
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        Strikes
        1945 December 5
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        Government Corporation Control Act. Byrd-Butler Bill
        1945 December 6
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        United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration
        1945 December 17
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        Introduction of S. J. Res. 133, Strike Bill
        1946 January 14
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        Statement for Virginia Weekly papers on Strikes
        1946 January 17
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        The balanced budget and introduction of S-1760 to limit the debt
        1946 January 25
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        On feeding starving people of Europe
        1946 February 7