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RECORD GROUP 15, NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER, GUBERNATORIAL
SERIES 16. 55TH STREET, 1968-1975


Subseries 5 - Subject Files of Kathy Huldrum and Nancy Towell, 1970-1974

Box 18
Advance Office, 1970
249 -- Materials - Forms and memoranda regarding the proper protocol involved in scheduling events for the Governor. Includes mention of George Pataki, later Governor of New York, who began his political on NAR's advance staff.
250 -- Thank You Form Letters - Standard form letters used by the staff to thank individuals for their assistance with an appearance by NAR.
251 -- Thank You Letters/Procedures - Forms to list those individuals who were to receive thank you letters; memoranda regarding the proper procedures in handling events for the Governor.
252 -- Art Auction Materials - 1974 article and material regarding the running of art auctions.
253 -- Arts and Entertainment Committee, 1970 - Letters from NAR to individuals in the entertainment industry asking them to serve on the committee.
254 -- Biography of NAR, 1974 - Biographical material on Nelson Rockefeller.
255 -- Buckley, James L. - Newsletter of the New York Senator outlining an economic program.
256 -- Cambodia Operation and Response, 1970 - Briefing paper on the American military operations into Cambodia from Vietnam in spring, 1970.
Clippings
257 -- The New York Times Magazine, July 28, 1974 - Article on the US economy. NAR has highlighted and made notations on the copy.
258 -- The Washington Post, August 21, 1974 - Various articles concerning the announcement by President Ford selecting NAR to be Vice President.
Commission on Critical Choices for Americans, 1973-1974
259 -- Astor, Mrs. Vincent (Brooke) - 1974 letter to Professor Fairbank regarding Commission.
260 -- Booklets - Material that was available to the public outlining the goals of the Commission.
Budget
261 -- Budget, 1974-75 - Planned expenditures for the Commission
262 -- Budget Items, 1974 - Items deducted from the budget submitted to NAR.
263 -- Budgets, Panels V and VI, 1974 - Budgets for two of the panels from the commission.
264 -- Communications Program - Suggestions and Objectives for the Commission.
Correspondence
265 -- General correspondence file.
266 -- Draft Letter to Commission Members for September 10, 1974 Meeting.
267 -- Bergsten, C. Fred - letter from the Brookings Institution fellow on ideas for the Commission.
268 -- Braun, Theodore E. - correspondence from the head of Braun & company and a member of the Commission.
269 -- deButts, John D. - correspondence from the head of AT& T.
270 -- Ford, Gerald R. - letter from Vice President Ford's Director of Scheduling regarding April meeting with NAR.
271 -- Free, Lloyd - correspondence from the Johns Hopkins professor.
272 -- Logue, Edward J. - correspondence from Logue, head of NYS Urban Development Corporation.
273 -- Malik, Charles Habib - letter from Malik, professor at the American University of Beirut.
274 -- Myerson, Bess - letter from Panel II and VI member Myerson.
275 -- Rostow, Walter W. - Materials on the Commission from Rostow, Professor at the University of Texas and frequent contributor of ideas to the Commission.
276 -- Sarnoff, Robert W. - letter from Sarnoff, Chairman and CEO of RCA Corporation, with a speech enclosed.
277 -- Swidler, Joseph C. - letter from Swidler, chairman of NYS Public Service Commission.
278 -- Weaver, Pat - letter from Weaver offering his help.
279 -- Wilson, Carroll - letter from Wilson, professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Box 19
Meetings
280 -- March 27, 1974, Steering Committee
281 -- April 1-2, 1974, held at the LBJ Library - Austin, Texas.
282 -- May 28, 1974, Panel V Meeting, Presentation by Professor Bialer.
283 -- August 12, 1974, Panel VI Meeting.
284 -- August 14, 1974, Panel IV Meeting.
285 -- September 10, 1974, held at the Smithsonian Institution - Washington, D.C.
286 -- December 4-5, 1974, Commission meeting.
287 -- Memoranda - Internal memoranda regarding the work of the Commission.
288 -- Miscellaneous - pending office file with documents for the Commission.
289 -- NAR Notes - Various notes taken by NAR at Commission meetings or ideas he had about the Commission.
290 -- Panel I - Energy, and its Relationship to Ecology, Economics, and World Stability. Clippings file.
291 -- Panel II - Food, Health, World Population & Quality of Life. Clippings file, letters from John Knowles and Walt Rostow.
292 -- Panel III - Raw Materials, Industrial Developments, Capital Formation, and World Trade. Clippings file, materials for meetings, charts, etc.
293 -- Panel IV - International Trade and Monetary Systems, Inflation, and the Relationships Among Differing Economic Systems. Clippings File, memoranda on Panel IV.
294 -- Panel V - Essential Elements of World Progress, Stability, and Peace. Clippings file, materials submitted by Walt Rostow and John S. Foster.

Box 20
295 -- Panel VI - Quality of Life of Individuals and Communities in the United States. Preliminary drafts of ideas for Panel VI.
296 -- Panel VII - Public and Private Institutions in a Changing World. Draft for goals of Panel VII.
Reports
297 -- The Age of Anxiety and Technology, report submitted by Sol M. Linowitz, co-chairman of the National Urban Coalition.
298 -- Design Issues, submitted by Walter D. Littell regarding the logo design for the Commission.
299 -- Economic Policy and the New Equality, report submitted by Paul W. McCracken, professor at the University of Michigan.
300 -- Energy - The New Outlook, report submitted by Clifton C. Garvin, head of Exxon, from a speech he made.
301 -- Kissinger, Henry, article by Kissinger from the March 16, 1974 issue of The Economist. Papers on Western Europe and The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
302 -- Lefkowitz, Louis J. - Attorney General of New York, sending June 22, 1974 issue of The Nation on the Reagan Years in California.
Speeches
303 -- February 1, 1974 - Speech to the Bond Club outlining the goals of the Commission.
304 -- March 5, 1974 - Speech before the Regents Conference.
305 -- April 30, 1974 - Speech to Chase Bank International Council.
306 -- Study Outlines - Drafts for the various panels of the Commission.
307 -- Third Century Corporation - Prospectus for the Commission.
308 -- Committee to Re-Elect the President (CREEP), 1972 - Thank you letters to individuals who assisted in the New York efforts of reelecting President Richard M. Nixon.
Correspondence
309 -- Condolences received by NAR upon the death of his brother, Winthrop (1973).
310 -- Correspondence to individuals thanking them for supporting him to replace Vice President Agnew after his resignation.
311 -- Casey, William J. - 1974 letter to the President of the Senate from the head of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, regarding the loan, guarantee, and insurance transactions between the bank and several Eastern European countries, including the Soviet Union.
312 -- Galore, P. - letter from the entertainer offering her thanks to NAR for his service in Albany and asking to autograph a picture for her.
313 -- Gonzaga, G.B. Guerrieri - letter from the Italian artist to arrange a meeting.
314 -- Heller, Walter W. - letter from the University of Minnesota professor congratulating NAR on his nomination as Vice President.
315 -- Lincoln, G. A. - letter enclosing copy of remarks to be delivered at an event where NAR is to speak as well.
316 -- Pritchard, Sir Derek - correspondence file of the President of the Institute of Directors.
317 -- Thank you letters, 1973 - Various letters to individuals thanking them for their assistance with a NAR appearance.
318 -- Thank you letters, 1974 - Various letters to individuals thanking them for their assistance with a NAR appearance.
319 -- Woods, George D. - letter which enclosed is a survey on the "General Financial Situation."
320 -- Foundations - Listing of Foundations located in the northeast United States.

Box 21
Gubernatorial Reelection Campaign, 1970
321 -- AFL-CIO Letters - letters to labor leaders thanking them for support at the AFL-CIO convention.
322 -- Campaign Lists: Lists of campaign staff used for payroll.
323 -- Campaign Materials: Lists of the candidates up for election around the state; Lists of regional campaign coordinators.
324 -- Co-chairmen and Supporters - Letters of thanks from NAR to those individuals who supported his reelection or served as campaign co-chairs.
325 -- Contributions - Lists of people who gave money to the Rockefeller reelection campaign.
326 -- Contribution thank you letters (A-L) - Thank you letters signed by NAR thanking individuals for their support of the campaign.
327 -- Contribution thank you letters (M-Z) - Thank you letters signed by NAR thanking individuals for their support of the campaign.
328 -- County Republican Chairmen - Letters to the chairs of New York State County republican Chairmen after the state convention to thank them for support.
329 -- Election Results - Vote totals from around the state in the various contests.
330 -- Endorsements - Letters to individuals and newspapers that came out in support of NAR's reelection.
331 -- Goldberg, Arthur J. - Information on Goldberg, NAR's opponent in the election. Letter from Goldberg to NAR, NAR's response.
332 -- Labor Endorsements - Letters to labor leaders thanking them for their support of NAR in the election.
333 -- A-B
334 -- C-E
335 -- F-M

Box 22
336 -- O-P
337 -- S-U
338 -- Lockwood, John - Letter to NAR on the national issues.
339 -- Lubell, Samuel - Reports from Samuel Lubell Associates, a polling organization that monitored the mood of the electorate.
Memoranda
340 -- Cannon, Jim
341 -- Marshall, Alton G.
342 -- Morrow, Hugh
343 -- Perrotta, Fioravante
344 -- Radio and TV Commercials - Transcripts of commercials taped for the campaign.
345 -- Rosenman. Samuel I. - Materials from Rosenman, an advisor to NAR. Includes his suggestions for the fourth inaugural address.
346 -- Staff Meeting - Minutes of meeting from August 21, 1970.
347 -- Hahn Brothers - 2 receipts from June 1974 regarding the storage of several paintings.
348 -- Kissinger, Henry - Memoranda regarding a meeting with the Governor of Puerto Rico that prior to scheduling was to be discussed with Kissinger.
349 -- Labor Reception Photo Letter, 1970 - Letter to labor leaders offering a souvenir photo of them with NAR from a reception held in July 1970.
350 -- Liberman, Alexander - Booklet from an exhibition of the artist's work in October, 1974 at a New York gallery.
351 -- March 1 Reception at 812 Fifth Avenue: Listing of invitees to reception hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Rockefeller at their Fifth Avenue apartment. No year listed.
Memoranda
352 -- Hinman, George L.
353 -- Morrow, Hugh
354 -- Reed, J.V.
354a -- Whitman, Ann C.
The Modern State in a Changing World, 1972 - To meet the changing needs of the state of New York and the nation, Governor Rockefeller called upon state leaders to draft a proposal to see how New York State could continue to lead the nation in a changing society. These files begin with the letter of request by NAR followed by the individual department's responses.
355 -- Letters to state leaders
356 -- Attorney General Louis Lefkowitz
357 -- Banking Department, headed by Commissioner Harry Albright.
358 -- Civil Service Commission, headed by President Ersa H. Poston.
359 -- Council of Economic Advisors, headed by Executive Director Robert Lindsay.
360 -- Department of Agriculture and Markets, headed by Commissioner Frank Walkley.
361 -- Department of Audit and Control, headed by State Comptroller Arthur Levitt.
362 -- Department of Commerce, headed by Commissioner Neil L. Moylan.
363 -- Department of Correctional Services, headed by Commissioner Russell G. Oswald.
364 -- Department of Health, headed by Commissioner Hollis S. Ingraham.
365 -- Department of Labor, headed by Industrial Commissioner Louis L. Levine.
366 -- Department of Mental Hygiene, headed by Commissioner Alan D. Miller.
367 -- Department of Motor Vehicles, headed by Commissioner Vincent L. Tofany.
368 -- Department of Social Services, headed by Commissioner Abe Lavine.

Box 23
369 -- Department of State, headed by Secretary of State John P. Lomenzo.
370 -- Department of Taxation and Finance, headed by Commissioner Norman F. Gallman.
371 -- Department of Transportation, headed by Commissioner Raymond T. Schuler.
372 -- Division for Youth, headed by Director Milton Luger.
373 -- Division for Alcoholic Beverage Control, headed by Chairman Bertram D. Sarafan.
374 -- Division of Criminal Justice, headed by Archibald R. Murray.
375 -- Division of Housing and Community Control, headed by Commissioner Charles J. Urstadt.
376 -- Division of Human Rights, headed by Commissioner Jack M. Sable.
377 -- Division of Military and Naval Affairs, headed by Major General John C. Baker.
378 -- Division of Veterans Affairs, headed by Director Frank V. Votto.
379 -- Environmental concerns, submitted by Henry L. Diamond.
380 -- "Institution of Free Enterprise."
381 -- Insurance concerns, submitted by Benjamin R. Schenck.
382 -- Narcotic Addiction Control Commission, headed by Howard A. Jones.
383-384 -- New York State Education Department, headed by Ewald B. Nyquist.
385 -- New York State Police, headed by Superintendent William E. Kirwan.
386 -- Office for the Aging, headed by Director Rhea M. Eckel.
387-388 -- Office for Local Government, headed by Commissioner Sal J. Prezioso.

Box 24
389 -- Office of Employee Relations, headed by Director, Melvin Osterman, Jr.
390 -- Office of General Services, headed by Commissioner A.C. O'Hara.
391 -- Parks and Recreation, headed by Commissioner Alexander Aldrich.
392 -- Public Service Commission, headed by Joseph C. Swidler.
393 -- State Consumer Protection Board, headed by Chairman Peter M. Pryor.
394 -- State University of New York, headed by Chancellor Ernest L. Boyer.
395 -- Teller, Edward of Lawrence Livermore Laboratory.
396 -- Welfare Inspector General George F. Berlinger
397 NAR Notes, n.d.
398 NAR Signed Stationery, n.d.
National Commission on Water Quality, 1973-1974
399 -- Agricultural Pollution Report - Program Staff report on the effects of Agricultural Pollution on Water Quality.
400 -- Agricultural Runoff Report - May 1974 report on the effects of Agricultural Runoff on Water Quality.
401 -- Budgets - 1973 memo regarding the appropriation of funds for the NCWQ.
402 -- Conservation Foundation - Letter and report from the Foundation, offering their services to the Water Quality Commission.
403 -- Contract Materials - June 28, 1974 - Materials issued to Commission members after the June 6, 1974 meeting.
404 -- Correspondence
405 -- Cole, Kenneth R., Special Assistant to President Ford.
406 -- Ehrlichman, John, Assistant to the President.
407 -- Mitchell, Donna, Assistant to NAR on the NCWQ.
408 -- Staats, Elmer B., Comptroller General of the United States.
Commission Members
409 -- Baker, Howard H., United States Senator
410 -- Bentsen, Lloyd M., United States Senator
411 -- Blatnik, John A., United States Representative
412 -- Buckley, James L., United States Senator
413 -- Clarke, General Frederick J., Executive Director
414 -- Gee, Edwin A., Public Member and a Senior Vice President at the DuPont Corporation.
415 -- Gianelli, William R., Public Member and Director of The Resources Agency, Department of Water Resources, California.
416 -- Grover, James R., United States Representative
417 -- Harsha, William H., United States Representative
418 -- Jones, Robert E., United States Representative and Vice-Chairman
419 -- Kudukis, Raymond, Public Member and Director of Cleveland Department of Public Works.
420 -- Muskie, Edmund S., United States Senator and Vice-Chairman
421 -- Randolph, Jennings, United States Senator
422 -- Wright, Carl E., Public Member and Chairman of the Arkansas Department of Pollution Control and Ecology.
423 -- Wright, James C., United States Representative
424 -- Draft Letter on the Chairmanship of the National Study Commission, the precursor to the NCWQ.

Box 25
Environmental Protection Agency
425 -- EPA Publication "A Citizen's Guide to Clean Water," January 1974.
426 -- Report on Water Quality issued by the EPA, November 1973.
427-429 -- Federalism and Clean Water by Dr. Harvey Lieber, Harvard University.
430 -- Governor's Suggestions for committee liaisons.
Meetings
431 -- June 6, 1973 - Agenda for the Second Meeting of the NCWQ.
432 -- July 12, 1973 - Agenda and materials from the Executive Committee Meeting.
433 -- July 31, 1973 - Agenda and materials for the NCWQ meeting.
434 -- September 26, 1973 - Meeting Book for the NCWQ meeting.
435 -- October 4, 1973 - Minutes of previous meetings (July 12, 31) to be approved at October 4 meeting.
436 -- October 4, 1973 - Meeting book for the NCWQ meeting.
437-438 -- December 6, 1973 - Meeting books for the NCWQ meeting.

Box 26
439 -- December 6, 1973 - Minutes of the December 6 meeting.
440 -- February 26, 1973 - Meeting book for the NCWQ meeting.
441 -- March 7, 1974 - Meeting book for the NCWQ meeting.
442 -- April 9, 1974 - Meeting book for the NCWQ meeting.
443 -- April 24, 1974 - Meeting book for the NCWQ meeting.
444-445 -- June 6, 1974 - Meeting book for the NCWQ meeting.
446 -- July 18, 1974 - Meeting book for the NCWQ meeting.

Box 27
447 -- July 25, 1974 - Meeting book for the NCWQ meeting.
448 -- July 25, 1974 - Meeting book for the NCWQ meeting.
449 -- Memoranda
450 -- Clarke, General P.J., January 1974-March 1974
451 -- Clarke, General P.J., April 1974-September 1974
452 -- Diamond, Henry L.
453 -- Mitchell, Donna, 1973
454 -- Mitchell, Donna, 1974
455 -- National Research Council: Correspondence and reports from the NRC on issues relating to Water Quality.
456 -- National Study Commission: May 1973 organization that was the genus for the National Commission on Water Quality.
457 -- National Water Commission: 1968-1973, Report that resulted in the founding of the Commission.

Box 28
Study Plan
458 -- October 1973 Draft for the Commission's goals.
459 -- 1974 Designs for the Water Quality Commission.
460 -- Statement by NAR on the Water Commission, April 5, 1974.
Pending Files - These are office files that accumulated information that were never filed into more precise files. The information ranges from requests for appointments with NAR, invitations to NAR to speak, and internal memoranda regarding future events. There are also a series of dated folders for late 1973 and early 1974 that concerned appointments for those months. The original file names have been retained to give some understanding as to the rationale behind the folder contents.
461 -- "Appointments"
462 -- "Hold Files - Miscellaneous Regrets"
463 -- "Miscellaneous"
464 -- "Miscellaneous"

Box 29
465 -- "Miscellaneous Holds - Futures"
466 -- "Nancy Towell - Miscellaneous"
467 -- "To Do File - Nancy Towell"
468 -- "November 1973"
469 -- "December 1973"
470 -- "February 1974"
471 -- "March 1974"
472 -- "April 1974"
473 -- "May 1974"
474 -- "June 1974"
475 -- President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board - White House Memoranda for the government board that NAR was a member of in 1974.

Box 30
Press Conferences
476 -- February 11, 1974
477 -- March 4, 1974
478 -- May 6, 1974
479 -- May 31, 1974
480 -- June 5, 1974
481 -- June 11, 1974
482 -- August 21, 1974
483 -- August 31, 1974
484 -- September 3, 1974
485 -- Prisoner of War Luncheon - 1972 luncheon sponsored by NAR to celebrate the freeing of several POW's held in Southeast Asia.
486 -- Receipts - Petty cash receipts of various staff members to cover miscellaneous expenses.
487 -- Reid, Ogden - Transcript of telephone conversation with the congressman.
Reports
488 -- The Admiral Gorshkow Series, 1974
489 -- An Agenda for the United States Third Century, October 1973, by Russell W. Peterson.
490 -- Detente: An Evaluation, August 1974, from the Senate Armed Services Committee, subcommittee on Arms Control.
491 -- The "Dismal Science" Comes of Age: Economics in America's Third Century, March 1974, by Marina V. N. Whitman.
492 -- The Ends of Federalism, November 1974, by Martin Diamond, summarized by Peter J. Wallison.
493 -- The Ethos of the American Legal Process, June 1974, by Philip Selznick.
494 -- The Impact of Exploding Oil Costs on the World Financial and Economic System, September 1974, by Walter J. Levy.
495 -- Implications of Exploding World Oil Costs, January 1974, by Walter J. Levy.
496 -- International Cooperation in Energy, June 1974, by G.A. Wagner.
497 -- International Trade and Monetary Systems, Inflation and the Relationships Among Differing Economic Systems, August 1974.

Box 31
498-499 -- New York Utilities in the Early Seventies, by William K. Jones.
500 -- Prospects for the Atlantic World, April 1974, from the Bilderberg Meetings of the Megeve Conference.
501 -- A Republican Approach to the Great Issues, July 1960, by Nelson A. Rockefeller.
502 -- Research on Growth: An Inventory of Efforts in the United States and Elsewhere, March 1974, published by the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
503 -- Wage - Price Policy and the Eisenhower Administration, May 1974, by Scott Gordon.
504 -- Wage - Price Policy during the Johnson Administration, Summer 1974, by James L. Cochrane.
Republican Governors Conference, 1973
505 -- Assistants - Letters to governors introducing individuals to assist them during the conference.
506 -- Celebrity Night - May 10 dinner held at the Rainbow Room.
507 -- Invitation Lists
508 -- Seating Plans and Table Assignments

Box 32
509 -- Contributions - Letters to individuals soliciting funds to help defray the costs of the conference.
510 -- Invitation Letter - Letter from NAR inviting the Republican governors to attend the conference.
511 -- Gifts for Governors - Letters to retailers and other individuals asking for gift suggestions for the governor's and their wives.
512 -- Ladies Luncheon - May 10, 1973 luncheon at the 21 Club for the wives of the governors.
513 -- May 9 Dinner - Reception and dinner for the governors and their wives at 812 Fifth Avenue, hosted by Governor and Mrs. NAR.
514 -- May 12 Luncheon - Reception and luncheon held at Pocantico for selected governors and their wives.
515 -- McHugh, Dorothy - letters of thanks from governor's wives to McHugh who assisted with the planning of the women's events.
516 -- Menus - Suggestions and menus for parties during the conference.
517 -- Miscellaneous - working file of documents related to the conference.
518 -- Photos - letter to governors enclosing photos of the conference.
519 -- Planning file - documents regarding the planning of the conference and different parts of it.
520 -- Schedules - copies of schedules of events for the conference.
521 -- Shopping - listing of stores offering their services to the governors and their wives attending the conference.
State Dinner
522 -- Invitation Lists - Invitation Lists for the official state dinner held on May 11.
523 -- Seating Charts and Program - The official program and seating charts for the State Dinner held on May 11.
Thank You letters
524 -- Letters and Bills - Letters to individuals who were helpful during the Republican Governor's Conference. Bills for parties and receptions.
525 -- Letters - Letters of thanks to individuals who assisted with the planning, running, and operation of the conference.
526 -- Lists - Index cards and lists of those individuals scheduled to receive a thank you letter.
527 -- Theatre tickets - background material and orders for tickets to Broadway shows arranged for the governors and their wives.
528 -- Things to do - listings copied from various tourist books on things to do in New York City during the conference.
529 -- Women's program - letter from Nancy Towell to wives of governors explaining the plans for the governor's wives at the conference.

Box 33
530 -- "The Rockefeller Record" - Press release listing NAR's accomplishments as Governor of New York, 1959-1973, issued upon the announcement of his intention to resign as Governor, December 11, 1973.
531 -- Rosenberg, Judge Gustave G. - Judge appointed by NAR, Rosenberg received an award where NAR was asked to provide information on the selection of Judge Rosenberg.
Speeches
532 -- January 31, 1974 - Colorado
533 -- February 11, 1974 - New York City
534 -- March 14, 1974 - New York City
535 -- April 16, 1974 - New York City
536 -- April 23, 1974 - New York City
537 -- June 5, 1974 - Edison, New Jersey
538 -- June 12, 1974 - Uniondale, New York
539 -- June 13, 1974 - New York City
540 -- July 26, 1974 - Toronto, Canada
541 -- August 20, 1974 - The White House
542 -- State Study Commission for New York City, 1971 - Miscellaneous reports, correspondence, and memoranda from the 1971 commission established by Governor Rockefeller.
543 -- TV Show - Eternal Light, May 26, 1974
544-545 -- Transportation Bond Issue, 1970
Trips
546 -- Family Trip to California and Disneyland, Summer 1971
547 -- Western Trip, Summer 1972
548 -- UN Ambassadors Dinner, 1972
549 -- United Nations 25th Anniversary Committee, 1970
Vice Presidential Confirmation Hearings, 1974
550 -- Background
551 -- Issues
552 -- Memoranda - John E. Lockwood
553 -- NAR Notes See box 40, oversized material
554 -- Sample Questions
555 -- Testimony (Draft with corrections)
556 -- Testimony (Draft)
557 -- Westchester Political Report, 1974
558 -- Wholesale Tobacco Distributors of New York
Box 40, Oversized Material
  • NAR's handwritten outlines for his testimony at the Vice Presidential confirmation hearings in the fall of 1974. 4 pages, 18" x 25", no date.
  • NAR's handwritten outline illustrating how economic and social issues are interconnected. Titled "Range of Desirable and Realistic Objectives for 1985," they were presumably made in the context of his chairmanship of the National Commission on Water Quality. 1 page, 18" x 24", no date.


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