COLLECTION FINDING AID



WILLIAM J. BAROODY, JR., FILES, 1974-77

Assistant to the President for Public Liaison
Office of Public Liaison




SUMMARY DESCRIPTION

Material concerning the operation of the Public Liaison Office, liaison with interest groups, White House briefings and conferences, the issuance of presidential proclamations, and issues (especially business-related issues such as consumerism). The bulk of the file dates from August 1974 to December 1975; in several series only scattered later items appear.

QUANTITY
21.0 linear feet (ca. 42,000 pages)

DONOR
Gerald R. Ford (accession numbers 77-2 and 77-107)

ACCESS
Open. Some items are temporarily restricted under terms of the donor's deed of gift, a copy of which is available on request, or under National Archives and Records Administration general restrictions (36 CFR 1256).

COPYRIGHT
Gerald R. Ford donated to the United States of America his copyrights in all of his unpublished writings in National Archives collections. The copyrights to materials written by other individuals or organizations are presumed to remain with them. Works prepared by U.S. Government employees as part of their official duties are in the public domain.

Prepared by William McNitt, February 1992
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BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION


William J. Baroody, Jr.


November 5, 1937 - Born, Manchester, NH

1959 - B.A., Holy Cross College

1959-61 - U.S. Navy

1961-63 - Graduate studies in political science, Georgetown University

1961-64 - Staff assistant, U.S. Representative Melvin Laird; staff member, House Appropriations Committee

1965-69 - Legislative and press assistant, U.S. Representative Melvin Laird

1968-69 -Research Director, House Republican Conference

1969-73 - Assistant to Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird

1973-74 - Special Assistant to the President, White House

1974-77 - Assistant to the President for Public Liaison, White House

1977-78 - Executive Vice President, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research

1978-86 - President, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research


INTRODUCTION

William J. Baroody, Jr., began his career in Washington as an aide to Republican congressman Melvin Laird. As Laird moved to other positions, including Secretary of Defense and then White House Counsellor, Baroody continued to assist him. Soon after joining the White House staff, Baroody began to do some liaison work with interest groups, although his was not the only office serving this function. He presented President Nixon with a plan to consolidate all liaison offices within a single umbrella organization in January 1974, but they made little progress before the end of the administration.

Baroody's Role in the Ford White House
Upon the departure of Anne Armstrong from the White House in December 1974, President Ford merged the liaison functions of her office with those of Baroody's office and several independent liaison efforts to form a consolidated Office of Public Liaison (OPL). Baroody and his staff handled most interest group liaison for the remainder of the administration, although for periods of time White House staff members from other offices handled some liaison efforts (e.g., David Lissy's work with Jewish organizations and Bradley Patterson's with Native Americans).

The OPL listened to group concerns and communicated them to the President or the appropriate agency. They also explained to groups the administration's positions and programs and pursued a media outreach effort to make the public aware that there were people in the White House ready and eager to listen to their views. This helped to project an image of an open White House. In contrast to the more political nature of the liaison efforts headed by Chuck Colson during the early 1970s, the Ford OPL tried to be more inclusive and avoid even the appearance of impropriety.

Key tools employed by Baroody and his staff included White House briefings and conferences and staff appearances at interest group meetings. A series of "Tuesday at the White House" and "Wednesday at the White House" meetings brought about 80 to 250 representatives of various interest groups to the White House for meetings with administration officials and an exchange of views.

The OPL also organized White House conferences on domestic and economic affairs between November 1974 and October 1975 and conferences on consumer representation plans in January 1976. These 24 conferences, held in various cities around the country, consisted of day-long sessions usually attended by 1400-1600 people. Administration officials (sometimes including President Ford) made presentations at these meetings and took questions from the attendees.

Scope and Content of the Baroody Files
The Baroody Files are useful for studying White House liaison with interest groups, especially White House briefings and White House conferences. The collection contains extensive information on the "Tuesday at the White House" and "Wednesday at the White House" briefings, the White House Conferences on Domestic and Economic Affairs, and the White House Conferences on Consumer Representation Plans.

A significant amount of material on a small number of issues such as consumer affairs, economics, and energy appears in the collection, but relatively little on most other issues. A large series of White House memoranda documents Baroody's interactions with other members of the White House staff.

One major weakness of the collection is the absence of much documentation on the work of Baroody and the OPL during the last year of the administration. Many folders end late in 1975 and others contain only a few items from 1976. For example, the collection contains little on Baroody's suggestions for the 1976 presidential campaign. These missing materials do not appear among the other collections in the Ford Library.

Related Materials (February 1992)
The collections received from other staff members in the Office of Public Liaison are all closely related. The most complete information on White House conferences appears in the Jeffrey Eves Files, while the Theodore Marrs Files contain much on White House briefings. Other OPL staff files concentrate on liaison with specific interest groups. Scattered material on public liaison appears in a number of other White House collections, including those of Baroody's supervisor John Marsh.


SERIES DESCRIPTIONS

Subject File, 1974-76.  (Boxes 1-20, 8.0 linear feet)
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, briefing papers, logs, schedules, speeches, lists, and clippings. The material concerns the operation of the Public Liaison Office, liaison with interest groups, legislation, White House briefings, economics, energy, and business issues (especially consumerism). The bulk of the file dates from 1974 and 1975; only scattered folders cover 1976.

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

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White House Memoranda, 1974-76.  (Boxes 21-27, 2.8 linear feet)
Memoranda exchanged with other members of the White House staff concerning the work of the Public Liaison Office and Baroody's interactions with individuals in other White House offices. Major topics include consumerism, legislation, liaison with interest groups, the White House staff, and White House briefings for various groups. The bulk of the file dates from 1974 and 1975. Some folders contain a few memoranda from 1976, but many do not.

Arranged alphabetically by staff member name.

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General Correspondence, 1974-76.  (Boxes 28-33, 2.2 linear feet)
Correspondence between Baroody and government officials, businessmen, journalists, academics, and the general public. The letters concern a variety of topics, especially interest groups and such business issues as common situs picketing and consumer affairs.

Arranged alphabetically..

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Proclamations File, 1974-76.  (Boxes 34-36, 1.2 linear feet)
Ceremonial copies of presidential proclamations for a variety of holidays and special occasions, along with some correspondence and memoranda concerning requests that proclamations be issued or distribution of the ceremonial copies. The President issued proclamations for both standard holidays and occasions (Memorial Day, Thanksgiving, Mother's Day) and for special days or weeks requested by various groups (Country Music Month, National Tennis Week, Women's Equality Day).

Arranged alphabetically by name of the occasion.

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Weekly Briefing Notes on U.S. Domestic Developments, 1975-76.  (Boxes 37-41, 2.0 linear feet)
Weekly briefing books showing U.S. social, demographic, and economic statistics. Vice President Rockefeller distributed copies of these books to the President and various White House staff members. Baroody did not annotate his copies.

Arranged chronologically.

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Mary Featherall Secretarial Notebooks, 1975-76.  (Box 42, 0.4 linear feet)
Notebooks containing Featherall's notes on routine work assignments, requests for information, addresses, telephone numbers, etc.

Arranged chronologically.

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Publications Reference File, 1971-76.  (Boxes 43-53, 4.4 linear feet)
Published reports and studies concerning issues which were prominent during the Nixon and Ford administrations. While a few government publications and books published by commercial publishers are included, the bulk are publications of the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research. The Ford Library staff transferred many of the publications to the Library's book collection during processing.

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

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CONTAINER LIST

Box 1 - Subject File

  • Address Changes (1)-(2)
  • Agency for Consumer Advocacy (1)-(4)
  • Association Liaison Log (1)-(4)
  • Bicentennial
  • Bicentennial - Federal Bicentennial Fact Book (1)

Box 2 - Subject File

  • Bicentennial - Federal Bicentennial Fact Book (2)-(5)
  • Biographies - Baroody, William J.
  • Biographies - Miscellaneous
  • Briefing Book, 5/75 - Chicago (Clippings)
  • Briefing Book, 10/16/75 - Cox Newspapers
  • Briefing Book, 10/30/75 - Metromedia Anchormen Interview
  • Briefing Book, 11/6/75 - New England
  • Briefing Book, 2/19-20/76 - New Hampshire (1)-(2)
  • Briefing Book, 3/5-6/76 - Illinois (1)-(2)

Box 3 - Subject File

  • Briefing Book, 10/76 (1)-(3)
  • Budget in Brief (Publication)
  • Business - Government Relations Council Meeting, 11/22/74
  • Cabinet - Agriculture
  • Cabinet - Commerce
  • Cabinet - Defense
  • Cabinet - HEW
  • Cabinet - HUD
  • Cabinet - Interior
  • Cabinet - Justice
  • Cabinet - Labor
  • Cabinet - State
  • Cabinet - Transportation

Box 4 - Subject File

  • Cabinet - Treasury (1)-(3)
  • Campaign
  • Cargo Preference
  • Carter, Jimmy - Republican National Committee Quote Book (1)-(3)
  • Chronological File, 8/74-7/75 (1)-(3)
  • Condolences

Box 5 - Subject File

  • Conference on Inflation - Catalogue of Economic Policy Recommendations (1)-(3)
  • Congratulations From Baroody
  • Congratulations To Baroody
  • Consumer Representation Plans - Federal Register (Publication)
  • Conventions
  • Crime Message
  • Domestic Council - Decision Papers (1)-(2)
  • Economic Address to Congress, 10/8/74 - Briefings (1)-(4)

Box 6 - Subject File.

  • Economic and Energy Proposals, 1/75
  • Economic Policy Board (1)-(2)
  • Energy, 5/75
  • Energy - Federal Energy Administration Summary, 9/17/75
  • Farm Bill
  • Ford Presidency - Two Year Report (1)-(2)
  • Indochina Refugees (1)-(2)
  • Inflation Booklet By Frank and Mary Fishburne (1)-(2)
  • Invitations (1)-(3)
  • Invitations - State Dinners

Box 7 - Subject File

  • Labor (1)-(3)
  • Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (1)-(2)
  • Legislation
  • Livestock and Poultry Growers Meeting With the President, 10/30/74
  • Mailing Lists (1)-(5)

Box 8 - Subject File

  • Mailing Lists (6)
  • Mailings
    - General (1)-(3)
    - 2/13/74: Comprehensive Health Insurance Plan
    - 2/16/74: Transportation Message
    - 2/22/74: Economic Adjustment Act
    - 2/26/74: Controlled Substances Trafficking Act
    - 2/26/74: Ethnic Leaders
    - 3/8/74: Disabled Veterans Compensation
    - 3/9-21/74: Energy Legislation
    - 3/14/74: Campaign Reform Proposal
    - 3/20/74: Bicentennial Administration
    - 3/25/74: Clean Air Act Amendments
    - 3/28/74: Education
    - 4/5/74: Vietnam Veterans Day
    - 4/30/74: President's Response to the Judiciary Committee
    - 5/6/74: Economic Stabilization Program
    - 5/23/74: Comprehensive Health Insurance Plan
    - 5/28/74: Statement on Educational Amendments
    - 6/2/75: Budget Report and Energy Program
  • Miscellaneous (1)-(2)

Box 9 - Subject File

  • Miscellaneous Reference Material
  • National Association of Arab Americans (1)-(2)
  • National Association of Manufacturers
  • National Industrial Council Briefing, 6/10/75
  • Natural Gas Shortage - Federal Energy Administration Report, 8/75
  • Newspaper Clippings (1)-(2)
  • No Fault Insurance - Meeting with the President, 5/3/75
  • Office of Education
  • Office of Management and Budget
  • Personal Correspondence (1)-(2)
  • Personnel
  • Pittron - Wayne Alderson
  • Privacy - Levi Speech, 4/28/75

Box 10 - Subject File

  • Public Liaison Office - Concepts
  • Public Liaison Office - General (1)-(4)
  • Public Liaison Office - Media Relations
  • Public Liaison Office - Meeting Log
  • Record of Calls Returned (Empty)
  • Referrals (1)-(5)

Box 11 - Subject File

  • Referrals (6)-(8)
  • Regulatory Reform
  • Requests for Letters and Messages from the President
  • Requests for Meetings (1)-(5)
  • Schedules - Baroody
  • Scheduling - President (1)-(3)

Box 12 - Subject File

  • Scheduling - President (4)-(14)
  • Scheduling - Presidential Spokesmen
  • Scrapbook Material (1)-(3)

Box 13 - Subject File

  • Scrapbook Material (4)-(5)
  • Senior Citizens Organizations - Meeting with the President, 8/23/74
  • Small Business Administration
  • Special Assistant to the President for Hispanic Affairs
  • Speeches - Baroody, William (1)-(3)
  • Speeches - Nitze, Paul
  • Speeches - Others
  • Speeches - Weidenbaum, Murray
  • Speeches - Wriston, Walter
  • State of the Union Address, 1975 (1)-(2)

Box 14 - Subject File

  • State of the Union Address, 1975
    - Briefings: Correspondence (1)-(4)
    - Briefings: Invitations (1)-(2)
    - Briefings: Memoranda
    - Briefings: Transcripts (1)-(2)
  • Tax Cut/Spending Proposals (1)-(2)
  • Travel - General

Box 15 - Subject File

  • Travel - Requests (1)-(3)
  • Tuesday Meetings
    - General (1)-(3)
    - 3/11/75: Consumer Education (1)-(2)
    - 6/10/75: Customs Modernization Act (1)-(3)
  • - 7/1/75: Citizen Involvement
  • Veterans Administration
  • Wednesday Meetings
  • - General
    - Lists of Attendees

Box 16 - Subject File

  • Wednesday Meetings
    - 11/20/74: Electric Utilities
    - 12/4/74: Printing Industry
    - 12/11/74: Professional Service Firms
    - 12/11/74: Professional Service Firms
    - 1/8/75: Food Processing Industry
    - 2/5/75: Women Business/Financial Leaders
    - 2/15/75: Home Economists in Business
    - 2/21/75: Grocery Manufacturers
    - 3/5/75: Federation of Americans Supporting Science and Technology
    - 3/19/75: Insurance Industry
    - 4/29/75: Forest Products Industry
    - 5/7/75: Pension Industry (1)-(2)
    - 6/18/75: U.S. Catholic Conference
    - 7/2/75: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
    - 7/30/75: Wholesale Distribution Industry
    - 9/24/75: American Chamber of Commerce Executives
    - 9/24/75: Chemical Industry
  • White House Conferences on Consumer Representation Plans
    - General (1)-(2)

Box 17 - Subject File

  • White House Conferences on Consumer Representation Plans
    - 1/13/76: Evanston, IL
    - 1/14/76: Kansas City, MO
    - 1/16/76: Boston, MA
    - 1/19/76: Atlanta, GA
    - 1/21/76: Houston, TX
    - 1/23/76: Philadelphia, PA
    - 1/26/76: Denver, CO
    - 1/29/76: Stanford, CA
  • - 1/30/76: Los Angeles, CA
  • White House Conference on Domestic and Economic Affairs -
    - 11/1/74: Portland, OR
    - 11/26/74: Minneapolis, MN (1)-(2)
    - 2/3/75: Atlanta, GA (1)-(2)

Box 18 - Subject File

  • White House Conference on Domestic and Economic Affairs
    - 2/3/75: Atlanta, GA (3)-(5)
    - 2/25/75: Hollywood, FL
    - 4/3/75: San Diego, CA
    - 4/18/75: Concord, NH (1)-(5)
    - 7/3/75: Cincinnati, OH - Briefing Book (1)-(2)

Box 19 - Subject File

  • White House Conference on Domestic and Economic Affairs
    - 7/3/75: Cincinnati, OH - Transcript
    - 8/19/75: Peoria, IL
    - 8/26/75: Milwaukee, WI - News Clippings
    - 8/26/75: Milwaukee, WI - Press Comments
    - 8/26/75: Milwaukee, WI - Transcript
    - 9/4/75: Seattle, WA
    - 9/12/75: St. Louis, MO
    - 10/1/75: Omaha, NE (1)-(2)
    - 10/7/75: Knoxville, TN - Appalachian Magazine
    - 10/7/75: Knoxville, TN - Background Papers (1)-(2)
    - 10/7/75: Knoxville, TN - Briefing Book (1)-(2)

Box 20 - Subject File

  • White House Conference on Domestic and Economic Affairs
    - 10/7/75: Knoxville, TN - Energy Symposium (1)-(2)
    - 10/7/75: Knoxville, TN - General (1)-(2)
    - 10/7/75: Knoxville, TN - Press Comments (1)-(2)
    - 10/7/75: Knoxville, TN - Proceedings
  • White House Security
  • White House Staff Reorganization, 12/18/74 (Press Releases)
  • WIN Program (1)-(2)
  • Zonta International

Box 21 - White House Memoranda

  • Anderson, Gwen
  • Armstrong, Anne
  • Ash, Roy
  • Bennett, Douglas (1)-(4)
  • Buchen, Philip
  • Byington, John
  • Calhoun, John
  • Cannon, James
  • Cavanaugh, James
  • Cavaney, Red
  • Chapman, Dudley
  • Cheney, Richard
  • Connor, James
  • De Baca, Fernando
  • Duval, Michael
  • Elliott, Roland
  • Eves, Jeffrey

Box 22 - White House Memoranda

  • Falk, James
  • First Lady and Staff
  • Friedersdorf, Max
  • Gemmell, William
  • Greenspan, Alan
  • Gulley, Bill
  • Hartmann, Robert (1)-(2)
  • Hasek, Eliska
  • Janka, Les
  • Jones, Jerry (1)-(6)

Box 23 - White House Memoranda

  • Knauer, Virginia (1)-(8)
  • Krolik, Richard
  • Leonard, Mildred
  • Lichenstein, Chuck
  • Linder, Robert
  • Lindh, Patricia
  • Loen, Vernon
  • Lynn, James (1)-(2)

Box 24 - White House Memoranda

  • Marrs, Theodore (1)-(3)
  • Marsh, John
  • Miller, Robert
  • Mitler, Milton
  • Nessen, Ron (1)-(2)
  • Nessen, Ron - National Security Council Guidance
  • Nessen, Ron - Press Briefings (1)-(2)
  • Nessen, Ron - Report on President Ford's First Year
  • Nicholson, William
  • O'Neill, Paul

Box 25 - White House Memoranda

  • Powell, Pamela (1)-(2)
  • Ross, Norman
  • Rumsfeld, Donald
  • Rush, Kenneth
  • Rustand, Warren (1)-(9)
  • Schleede, Glenn

Box 26 - White House Memoranda

  • Scott, Stan (1)-(5)
  • Scowcroft, Brent
  • Seidman, L. William
  • Sterlacci, Michael
  • Theis, Paul (1)-(5)

Box 27 - White House Memoranda

  • Unland, John (1)-(6)
  • Valis, Wayne
  • Vice President (1)-(2)
  • Vickerman, John
  • Webster, Donald
  • Wicklein, Marge

Box 28 - General Correspondence

  • A - Cre

Box 29 - General Correspondence

  • Crf - G

Box 30 - General Correspondence

  • H - Law

Box 31 - General Correspondence

  • Lax - M

Box 32 - General Correspondence

  • N - Sl

Box 33 - General Correspondence

  • Sm - Z

Box 34 - Proclamations File

  • Proclamations - General
  • Proclamations - Nixon (1)-(5)
  • American Education Week
  • American Heart Month
  • Armed Forces Day
  • Bicentennial Independence Day
  • Bicentennial Year
  • Bill of Rights Day/Human Rights Day and Week
  • Cancer Control Month
  • Captive Nations Week
  • Census of Agriculture
  • Child Health Day
  • Citizenship Day and Constitution Week
  • Columbus Day
  • Country Music Month
  • Earth Day
  • Emergency Medical Services Week
  • Executive Order 9066 Termination

Box 35 - Proclamations File

  • Father's Day
  • Fire Prevention Week
  • Flag Day and National Flag Week
  • General Pulaski's Memorial Day
  • Immunization Action Week
  • International Clergy Week
  • International Women's Year
  • Japan - United States Friendship Days
  • Johnny Horizon '76 Clean Up America Month
  • Law Day, U.S.A.
  • Leif Erickson Day
  • Loyalty Day
  • March of Dimes Birth Defects Prevention Month
  • Memorial Day
  • Mother's Day
  • National Arthritis Month
  • National Bicentennial Highway Safety Year
  • National Day of Prayer
  • National Day of Prayer for Americans Missing in Action in Southeast Asia
  • National Defense Transportation Day and National Transportation Week

Box 36 - Proclamations File

  • National Employ the Handicapped Week
  • National Family Week
  • National Farm - City Week
  • National Farm Safety Week
  • National Forest Products Week
  • National Good Neighbor Day
  • National Hispanic Heritage Week
  • National Historic Preservation Week
  • National Hunting and Fishing Day
  • National Jaycee Week
  • National Legal Secretaries' Court Observance Week
  • National Maritime Day
  • National MIA Awareness Day
  • National Nurse Week
  • National Parkinson Week
  • National Poison Prevention Week
  • National Rural Health Week
  • National Safe Boating Week
  • National Saint Elizabeth Seton Day
  • National School Lunch Week
  • National Student Government Day
  • National Tennis Week
  • National Volunteer Firemen Week
  • Native American Awareness Week
  • Norwegian-American Day
  • Older Americans Month
  • Pan American Day and Pan American Week
  • Red Cross Month
  • Save Your Vision Month
  • Small Business Week
  • Space Exploration Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Thomas Jefferson Day
  • United Nations Day
  • Veterans Day
  • White Cane Safety Day
  • Women's Equality Day
  • World Law Day
  • World Population Year
  • World Trade Week
  • Wright Brothers Day

Box 37 - Weekly Briefing Notes on U.S. Domestic Developments

  • 8/11/75 - 10/20/75

Box 38 - Weekly Briefing Notes on U.S. Domestic Developments

  • 10/28/75 - 1/26/76

Box 39 - Weekly Briefing Notes on U.S. Domestic Developments

  • 2/2/76 - 4/19/76

Box 40 - Weekly Briefing Notes on U.S. Domestic Developments

  • 4/26/76 - 7/19/76

Box 41 - Weekly Briefing Notes on U.S. Domestic Developments

  • 7/26/76 - 10/12/76

Box 42 - Mary Featherall Secretarial Notebooks

  • 10/75-6/76

Box 43 - Publications Reference File

  • Abortion - Computer Printout of Proposed Legislation (1)-(2)
  • Affirmative Action
  • Agency for Consumer Advocacy
  • Aircraft
  • American Enterprise Institute
  • American Enterprise Institute - Annual Reports
  • American Enterprise Institute - Publications Catalog
  • American Issues Forum (1)-(4)
  • Antitrust
  • Arms Control
  • Association Management, 1973

Box 44 - Publications Reference File

  • Atomic Energy
  • Automobile Safety
  • Biblical Prophecies, 1970
  • Bicentennial
  • Brazil
  • Business
  • Busing
  • Canada
  • Cancer, 1973
  • Children - Computer Printout of Proposed Legislation (1)-(6)

Box 45 - Publications Reference File

  • Children - Computer Printout of Proposed Legislation (7)-(13)
  • China
  • Colombia
  • Congress
  • Conservation
  • Consumerism
  • Cuba

Box 46 - Publications Reference File

  • Department of Defense
  • Drugs
  • Economic Planning
  • Economic Stabilization Program, 1973 (1)-(2)
  • Economics
  • Economics - Cambridge Report (1)-(3)
  • Electric Power
  • Energy (1)-(2)
  • Environmental Protection

Box 47 - Publications Reference File

  • Evans-Novak Political Report (1)-(2)
  • Federal Budget
  • Federal Express
  • Federal Reserve
  • Food
  • Food Safety
  • Foreign Affairs
  • Foreign Aid
  • Foreign Claims Settlement Commission
  • Forests
  • Germany
  • Government Reform
  • Government Reorganization
  • Greenbrier '75
  • Gun Control
  • Hatch Act
  • Health (1)-(2)
  • Health Insurance
  • Highways, 1972-73 (1)-(2)
  • Hospitals

Box 48 - Publications Reference File

  • Housing, 1972-73
  • Inflation
  • International Monetary System
  • Japan
  • Justice
  • Land Use
  • Latin America
  • Law Enforcement
  • Law of the Sea
  • Lebanon
  • Local Governments
  • Malaysia
  • Manpower Policy
  • Mass Transit, 1971-72 (1)-(2)
  • Metric System
  • Middle East
  • National Health Insurance
  • National Labor Relations Board
  • National Security
  • NATO
  • Natural Gas
  • Natural Resources
  • New York City Financial Crisis
  • Obscenity
  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Box 49 - Publications Reference File

  • Office of Economic Opportunity, 1973 (1)-(2)
  • Office of Technology Assessment, 1971-73 (1)-(2)
  • Oil
  • Outer Space
  • Pan American Games
  • Pension Plans, 1968-74 (1)-(3)
  • Population
  • Postal Matters

Box 50 - Publications Reference File

  • Privacy, 1973
  • Private Bills, 1973
  • Public Laws, 1973 (1)-(5)
  • Public Opinion Polls
  • Railroads
  • Rand Corporation
  • Real Estate
  • Regulatory Reform

Box 51 - Publications Reference File

  • Republican Party (1)-(2)
  • Robinson-Patman Act
  • Rural Development, 1970-72 (1)-(4)

Box 52 - Publications Reference File

  • Rural Development, 1970-72 (5)-(9)
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Scientific and Technological Cooperation
  • Social Indicators
  • Social Security
  • Sugar
  • Supreme Court Decisions
  • Taxes
  • Terrorism
  • Trade
  • Transportation, 1968-75 (1)-(3)

Box 53 - Publications Reference File

  • Trucking Industry
  • Ukrainian-Americans, 1972
  • Unemployment
  • U.S. Postal Service
  • United Way
  • Urban Policy, 1972-73
  • Veterans Administration Hospitals
  • Vietnamese War
  • Voter Registration
  • Water Pollution, 1972 (1)-(2)
  • Watergate
  • Welfare
  • Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars