IOWA WOMEN'S ARCHIVES

UNIVERSITY OF IOWA LIBRARIES

IOWA CITY, IOWA

 

 

 

MARY LOUISE SMITH (1914-1997)

 

PAPERS, 1925-1997

77 linear feet and audiovisual material

 

 

 

 

ACQUISITION:

The »papers (donor no. 28) were donated by Mary Louise Smith in 1977 and succeeding years. 

ACCESS:

The »papers are open for research.

COPYRIGHT:

»Copyright held by the donor has transferred to The University of Iowa. 

PHOTOGRAPHS:

In Boxes 16, 18, 36, 41, 49a, 52, 62, 67, 68, »134, 135, 137, 163 and framed.

AUDIOVISUAL:

Five audiocassettes shelved in audiocassette collection (AC104-AC108) and seven videocassettes (six of which are shelved in videocassette collection, V115-V120).

PROCESSED BY:

Your name, year»Special Collections staff; Catherine E. Rymph, 1993; Rachel Bohlmann, 1996; and Matt Schaefer,1997.  [SmithMaryLouise 2003.doc]


 

»Biography

Begin text here:»Mary Louise Epperson was born October 6, 1914 in Eddyville, Iowa.  She graduated in 1935 from the State University of Iowa (now the University of Iowa) with a B.A. in social work administration and worked as a case worker in Iowa City for the Iowa Employment Relief Administration from 1935 to 1936.

 

In 1934, while studying at the University of Iowa, Epperson married medical student Elmer M. Smith.  They had three children, Margaret, Robert, and James.  The couple spent much time apart during their early years of marriage, due to Elmer Smith's medical work for the military.  In 1945 the family moved to Eagle Grove, Iowa, where Mary Louise Smith became active in a host of community and civic activities, including the Community Chest and the Board of Education. In 1961, she was named to the Iowa Commission for the Blind.

 

It was in Eagle Grove, in the 1950s, that Smith first became actively involved with the Republican Party.  Through the encouragement of Cathlene Blue, wife of Iowa's former Governor Robert Blue, Smith joined the local Republican Women's Club.  She held the positions of precinct committeewoman and county vice-chairman, and in 1961 was membership chair and member of the Executive Committee of the Iowa Council of Republican Women.  Smith credits her involvement in the ICRW with providing her political training.

 

In 1964, Smith won a hard-fought three-way battle for the position of Republican National Committeewoman from Iowa, replacing Anna Lomas, who stepped down that year.  As a member of the Republican National Committee, Smith served on various party committees and was a delegate to the party's national conventions.  In 1969, Smith became a member of the powerful RNC Executive Committee.  That same year, she served as a member of the United States delegation to the Population Commission of UNESCO.

 

In 1974, President Gerald Ford named Mary Louise Smith to chair the Republican National Committee, the first woman to hold this appointment.  She led her party through a particularly difficult time as the party was considered by many to be dying in the wake of Watergate.  Smith continually advocated promoting the GOP as a party of inclusiveness. 

 

Smith was an active supporter of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) and abortion rights.  She was a co-founder of the Iowa Women's Political Caucus and, in 1977, was a delegate to the National Women's Conference in Houston.  Also in 1977, she was named to the Iowa Women's Hall of Fame.

 

            In 1980, in keeping with her alliance with the moderate wing of the party, Smith supported George Bush for the Republican presidential nomination.  She was dismayed with the platform adopted at the 1980 convention when the Republican party retreated

from its earlier support for the ERA.  Still, she campaigned for Reagan in 1980 and again in 1984.  In 1981 Reagan named her vice chair of the United States Commission on Civil Rights, an appointment he would later regret and fail to renew.

 

In 1984 Smith resigned from the RNC and became a National Vice Chair of the Republican Mainstream Committee, a group of moderates dedicated to reestablishing their Party's pro-choice and pro-ERA positions and returning it to its historical identification with civil rights.  She continued to support the party by campaigning for George Bush in 1988 and in 1992.  Bush appointed Smith to a four-year term on the board of directors of the National Peace Institute in 1990. 

 

In the aftermath of the 1989 Webster Supreme Court decision, pro-choice Republicans formed the National Republican Coalition for Choice and Smith joined its National Advisory Board in 1991.  She also became a national steering committee member of Pro-Choice America, a national political action committee to elect pro-choice Republicans, formed in 1990.  In 1991 Pro-Choice America awarded her "Republican Woman of the Century."  Smith served on the board of directors of Planned Parenthood of Mid-Iowa from 1986 through 1992, and in 1989 she also became a member of Planned Parenthood Federation of America's National Leadership Committee. 

 

In addition to her continued support for such causes as women's education and women's political participation, Smith took up issues of aging, among others, with the Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) of Greater Des Moines, and for ERA Iowa '92, as well as on numerous conferences and charitable bodies.  She was the cofounder with Louise Noun of the Louise Noun - Mary Louise Smith Iowa Women's Archives, which opened in 1992 at the University of Iowa Libraries.

 

 

Scope and Content Note

 

            Begin text here: The Mary Louise Smith papers measure 77 linear feet and date from 1812 to 1997.  The bulk of the papers date from 1964 (when Smith was elected Republican National Committeewoman from Iowa) to 1984 (when Smith decided not to seek re-election as Committeewoman).  There is very little material relating to Smith's life before her move to Des Moines in 1963.  The period of Smith's chairmanship of the Republican National Committee (1974 to 1976) is covered by Accession One.  Accession Two contains some materials from that period but primarily deals with other years.  Accessions Three, Four and Five continue where Two left off, documenting Smith's public life since 1984, including her ouster from the Republican mainstream into a minority and dissenting position of moderate Republicanism within a right-ward shifting Republican Party, and her efforts to build coalitions of moderate Republicans to redress the effects of the Religious Right on the Party's conservative wing.

 

Accession One (1977)

 

            Accession One covers the period of Smith's chairmanship of the Republican National Committee (1974 to 1976) and is arranged in five series: (1) Alpha-numeric series (a group of papers labeled with a pre-designated alpha-numeric code which was devised at the Republican National Committee), (2) Trip and speech files, (3) Alphabetical subject files, (4) Audiotapes, and (5) Notebooks.  The materials consist of correspondence, press releases, speeches, notes, reports, photographs, memoranda, proceedings and other documents.

 

            Among other duties, the chairman of a major political party is concerned with planning national conventions, securing financial contributions, publicizing the party, and running the national party headquarters.  The Mary Louise Smith Papers document all of these activities.  While she was Co-Chairman of the Republican National Committee, Smith conducted thirteen national workshops called "Grassroots '74".  The workshops were held to help party workers identify and register voters and then get them to the polling places.  After she became chairman, Smith attempted to stimulate interest in the Republican Party through television specials.  She attempted to involve more people in the political process and was especially interested in encouraging greater participation in the Republican Party by women. 

 

            In addition to correspondence with party officials, congressmen, senators, and cabinet members, the Smith papers contain many letters from concerned Republican Party members on such political issues as the Nixon pardon, the Equal Rights Amendment, abortion, the nomination of Nelson Rockefeller as Vice President, and the Panama Canal.

 

            One of the Chairman's major tasks is to prepare for national nominating conventions.  The Smith Papers contain a great deal of material on the 31st Republican Party National Convention in Kansas City in 1976.  The contest between President Gerald Ford and Governor Ronald Reagan for the Republican nomination was the highlight of that assembly.  After the Convention, Smith was involved in helping to manage a national election campaign.  During the 1976 campaign she was especially concerned with the effects of the Federal Election Campaign laws that had recently laws been enacted.

 

            Upon leaving the Chairmanship, Mary Louise Smith transferred her personal papers to the University Libraries.  An extensive card file index to the alphanumeric series compiled at the Republican National Committee Headquarters is available in the archives.  See also Appendix One for an index to Boxes 1-86.

 

Accession Two (1992)

 

            Accession Two is arranged in fourteen series: Personal; Correspondence; Speeches; Republican party; Non-partisan women's organizations; Commissions; Other affiliations; Conferences and task forces; Newspaper clippings; Resources; Photographs; Scrapbooks; Oversized, and Audiovisual.

 

            The Personal series (1933-1983) contains a folder of biographical material which consists mostly of short biographies and resumes composed by Smith.  The series also contains certificates, mementos (such as invitations to political events) and various programs and flyers for events in which Smith participated.  The only material on Smith's early life are a reader and notes from a mental health class which she took at the State University of Iowa (now the University of Iowa) in the 1930s.

 

The Correspondence series (1960-1987) consists of 4 linear feet arranged chronologically.  From 1964 to 1973 Smith arranged the majority of her correspondence according to the Iowa Congressional district in which the correspondent resided.  This order has been retained, but has been further arranged by year.  After 1973, as her correspondence became increasingly national in scope, Smith ceased to organize her correspondence by congressional district.  From 1974 on, correspondence has been arranged by month and year.  Special subjects for which there is a great deal of correspondence have been labeled accordingly.  Correspondence which is related to material located elsewhere in the collection is in some cases found with that other material, labeled as correspondence.  The Correspondence series covers a large range of topics and is a resource for researchers interested in Iowa and national Republican politics, grassroots organizing, and the role of women in the Republican party.

 

            Speeches (1963-1985) consist of some of the hundreds of speeches given by Mary Louise Smith throughout her career.  Her speaking abilities and communication skills were considered to be a great asset and, consequently, the notes and text of her speeches

covering the years 1964 to 1985) are an important part of her papers.  Recurring topics include the role of women in politics, the importance of volunteer work, and the merits of the two-party system.  As RNC Chair Smith gave many speeches each month.  Many of her speeches (particularly those given during her tenure as RNC Chair) are typed.  Others are written in longhand on cards.  The speeches she gave as RNC Chair are indexed. 

 

            The Republican Party series (1960s-1984) represents the major part of Smith's papers (12 linear feet), and is divided into three major subseries: the Iowa Republican party; the National Republican party; and Republican women's clubs and organizations.

            Non-partisan women's organizations series (1977-1980) contains material on several of these organizations Smith was involved in, including the Iowa ERA Coalition and International Women's Year (IWY).  Correspondence relating to the National Women's Conference (part of IWY) from persons critical of Smith's affiliation with the Conference and her stance on abortion can be found in the Correspondence series under appropriate dates.  Smith, as a Republican, received a great deal of attention for her involvement in each of these organizations.

            Commissions (1969-1984) series contains material from Smith's involvement with the United Nations Population Commission (1969), the President's Commission for the Observance of the 25th Anniversary of the United Nations (1970) and the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (1981-1984).  Smith's tenure on the Civil Rights Commission (USCCR) was a controversial one because she did not always support Reagan's positions.  Smith served on the USCCR as positions on issues such as affirmative action and Title IX were shifting.  Reagan dismissed several members of the commission including Smith in 1984.  This series contains letters of support Smith received during this time.

Other affiliations (1978-1986) series documents several of the numerous other activities Smith was involved in.  Examples of these organizations include Dial Corporation and the Learning Channel (on whose boards of directors Smith served in the 1980s); the National Peace Institute; and the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, of which she was a fellow during 1978-1979, speaking at small liberal arts colleges.

            Conferences and task forces (1965-1987) series consists of programs, correspondence, and background materials related to conferences and task forces with which Smith was a participant, arranged by year.  Those events for which only a flyer is preserved are not documented in this series;  these flyers can be found in the Personal series as noted above.  The bulk of this series dates from 1978 to 1987.  Earlier conference materials are related specifically to the Republican party.

 

            The Newspaper clippings (1968-1993) series contains only those clippings related to Smith or her husband.  Clippings on other subjects are arranged throughout the

collection according to subject.  This series contains 23 folders of clippings which feature or mention Smith, arranged chronologically by year.  Included here are photocopies of two scrapbooks which Smith kept during her tenure as chair of the Republican National Committee.  This scrapbook material is primarily newspaper clippings.  Other materials (photographs, flyers, and correspondence) have been removed from the original scrapbooks and filed accordingly.  This series also contains one folder of articles featuring Elmer Smith.

 

            Resources series (1960s-1981) contains newspaper clippings and other material related to topics of interest and use to Smith that she saved throughout her career.  Examples of subjects found in this series include campaign organizing, appeals from various groups for funds, the new right, and tips on speech writing and communication.  There are also several folders of material which Smith identified as women's resources.

            Photographs series (1964-1985) includes multiple copies of publicity photos as well as single copies of photographs of Smith alone and with others.  Most photographs are black and white, though there are also a few color Polaroid shots and printing plates of some early publicity photos.  Photographs are arranged into three major categories:  publicity photos, Smith with others (arranged by year), and those photographs which were autographed by one of the subjects (other than Smith).  Also included are one photo of Elmer Smith, three of Margaret Smith and one of Anna Lomas, former National Committee woman.

Scrapbooks consists of two scrapbooks from the 1960s.  One contains material relating to Smith's 1964 campaign for Iowa committeewoman and the other consists of newspaper clippings related to the 1964 presidential election. 

 

Oversized material includes certificates, mementos, and three framed photographs.

 

            The Audiovisual series consists of two videocassettes and 5 audiocassettes.  The videocassettes are both from a panel titled "Why Business Men Should be Involved in Politics."  Smith was a member of this panel, and viewing these audiocassettes provides an opportunity to see her speaking, answering questions, and interacting with her audience.  This conference is also recorded on one of the audiocassettes.  Other audiocassettes feature Smith speaking on various topics as well as a collection of ads for the ERAmerica campaign (Smith is not featured in any of these ads).

 

Accessions Three and Four (1994); Accession Five (1997)

 

            These Accessions comprise 13 linear feet of materials.  They are arranged in the same 14 series as Accession Two, except that they do not have either Commissions or Scrapbook series.  Generally, these papers extend temporally upon the content in Accession Two; where they expand the collection in content will be noted. 

 

            The Personal series (1812-1993) contains autobiographical and biographical material, appointment calendars, and programs, and awards Smith received.  The calendars provide a quick reference check on Smith’s daily acitivities for over three decades from 1964 to 1996.  Additional autobiographical material can be found in Box 87 (Accession Two) and in Box 160 (UI Elderhostel memoir writing class).

 

            The Correspondence series (1966-1997) consists of three linear feet, the bulk of which extends from 1986 until June 1997.  Much of it contains invitations for Smith to speak at various conferences and political or charitable events, both in Iowa and throughout the United States.  The series contents reflects Smith's national stature and her movement toward an increasingly liberal (and minority) position within the Republican party. Correspondence related to material located elsewhere in the collection is in some cases found with that other material.  The Christmas cards subseries primarily contains cards sent to Smith by politicians; these cards are arranged in rough chronological order.

 

            The Speeches series (1964-1996) comprises nearly one linear foot.  The bulk of this series spans 1976-1996, extending the materials found in Box 98 (Accession Two).  Smith was a dynamic and forthright speaker, and these speeches provide insight into the depth and breadth of her thinking on a range of issues.  Her topics include women in politics and the status of women in the United States, pro-choice, civil rights, aging, peace, volunteerism, current political issues, the state of the Republican party, and the drug abuse problem.

 

            The Republican Party series (1960-1996) runs to two linear feet.  It is mostly comprised of materials reflecting Smith's campaign work for Robert Ray in 1978 and George Bush in 1988, and her activities as a Party moderate.  Non-campaign materials highlight Smith's increasingly minority position within the Party from the mid-1980s onward and the efforts she made to stem the Party's shift to the political right.  These papers reflect the depth of her commitment to the ideals of Republicans as she did not abandon the party to the religious right.  Her impact may have been diminished by her distance from the seats of power.

 

            The Non-partisan women's organizations series (1980-1997) contains one linear foot of material on Smith's visible leadership within Planned Parenthood on both national and state levels from 1987-1992, as well as her campaigning for ERA Iowa '92.  It also reflects her close cooperation with Louise Noun in working together for the Chrysalis Foundation and to establish the Iowa Women’s Archives.

 

The Other affiliations series (1980-1997) also consists of one linear foot of materials and includes Smith's involvement with Des Moines area organizations, Iowa institutions of higher education, and peace groups.  Her prominence in the Des Moines area, coupled with her staunch support of human rights, made her a natural candidate to serve on boards of trustees.  These materials reflect her close involvement with the Des

Moines Human Rights Commission, the National Conference of Christians and Jews (who worked to ‘keep the dream alive’ in celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr.), Drake University, and the US Institute of Peace.

 

            The Conferences and task forces series (1976-1996) comprises nearly three linear feet of programs, correspondence, and Smith’s notes for speeches.  The bulk of these materials spans 1987-1996 and extends the series ending in Box 131 (Accession Two).  Its topics resemble those of Smith's speeches (peace, women in politics, civil rights, aging, drug abuse) as well as new ones (the media's role in political campaigns, the American political process, and the state of Iowa).  Smith’s high energy and strong commitment to causes is reflected by the fact that her participation in these conferences continued until very near the end of her life.

 

            The Newspaper clippings series' (1925-1997) consists of six folders; its bulk spans 1989-1997 and contains only those clippings related to Smith.  Clippings on other subjects are located with their subject throughout the collection.  Many of these clippings describe Smith's public criticisms of the Party's stance on women, abortion and civil rights. 

 

            The Topical Files series (1956-1996) consists of about six linear inches of materials; it is analogous to the Resources files in boxes 132-134 (Accession Two).  It contains materials of interest and use to Smith, including pamphlets and clippings about the political process and political commentary, abortion, aging, speechwriting and quotations, and women.

 

            The Photographs series (1975-1992) is comprised mostly of black and white portraits of Smith and photos of Smith with friends and colleagues.  The Artifacts series (1976-1982) holds mostly Republican campaign paraphernalia.  The Oversize series (1812-1992) contains the Smith family bible, badge and scroll.

 

 

 

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Mary Louise Smith Papers

SUMMARY CONTENTS LIST  in alphabetical order by series

Alphabetical subject files

Boxes 57-75

Alpha-numeric series

Boxes 1-49

Artifacts, 1812,1976-1982

Boxes 163-164

Audiovisual (audiotapes)

Boxes 76

Audiovisual

in audiovisual collection

Commissions, 1969-1984

Boxes 123-126

Conferences and task forces, 1965-1987

Boxes 128-131

Conferences and task forces, 1976-1996

Boxes 159-161

Correspondence, 1960-1987

Boxes 88-96

Correspondence, 1966-1997

Boxes 142-148

Newspaper clippings, 1925-1997

Box 162

Newspaper clippings, 1968-1993

Box 131

Non-partisan women's organizations, 1980-1996

Boxes 153-155

Non-partisan women's organizations,1977-1980

Boxes 121-122

Notebooks

Boxes 76A-86

Other affiliations, 1978-1986

Box 127

Other affiliations, 1980-1997

Boxes 155-158

Oversized, 1976,1992

Box 164

Oversized, undated

Box 137

Personal, 1933-1983

Boxes 87-88

Personal, 1964-1996

Boxes 140-142

Photographs, 1964-1985

Boxes 134-135

Photographs, 1975-1995

Box 163

Republican Party, 1960-1996

Boxes 150-153

Republican Party, 1960s-1984

Boxes 98-120

Resources, 1960s-1981

Boxes 132-134

Scrapbooks, 1960s

Boxes 138, 139

Speeches, 1963-1985

Boxes 96-98

Speeches, 1964-1996

Boxes 149-150

Topical files, 1956-1996

Boxes 162-163

Trips and speeches

Boxes 49A-56A

 

 


 

ACCESSION ONE

 

REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE:  ALPHA-NUMERIC SERIES

 

Box 1

1) Chairman - Administration, January 1975-October 1976 (2 folders)

1a) Chairman - Cabinet, March-November 1975

2) Chairman - Agriculture, March 1975-October 1976 (2 folders)

2) Agriculture Day, Iowa, November 1974-April 1975

3) Chairman - Armed Services, November 1974-November 1976 (2 folders)

3) Chairman - Amnesty - pro/anti, September 1974-January 1975

3b) Chairman - Veterans Recomputation, Commissary and more, September 1974-July 1976 (2 folders)

4) Chairman - Business, March-April 1976

5) Inaugural - Connersville Band, July-August 1976

5) Inaugural, July 1975-November 1976

5) Mock Conventions, October 1975-September 1976

5) Looking ahead, November 1976

5) Chairman - Convention 1976

5) Chairman's Dinner - August 14, 1976, July-September 1976

5) Iowa National Convention, (Pages, Tickets, Jobs), March-August 1976

5) Iowa Housing, November 1975-February 1976

5) Iowa Job File, December 1975-July 1976

5) Iowa Page Requests, January-July 1976

5) Iowa Ticket Requests, February-June 1976

5) Republican Convention Arrangements, November 1974-September 1976

5) Chairman - Convention, 1970-1975

5) Ody Fish, April 6, 1976, Convention Conference with Chairman, February-April 1976

 

Box 2

5) Republican Convention 1976 Assignments, April 1975-August 1976

5) Republican Convention 1976 Candidates, October 1974-October 1976

5) Republican Convention 1976 Committees, May 1975-July 1976

5) Republican Convention 1976 Contests

5) Republican Convention 1976 Delegates, February 1975-December 1976 (3 folders)

5) Republican Convention 1976 Finance, 1975

5) Guests, August-October 1976

5) Republican Convention 1976 Hall Decorations, December 1974

5) Convention 1976 Host Committee, October 1975-December 1976

5) Republican Convention 1976 Housing incl. VIP, June 1975-August 1976

5) Republican Convention 1976 1976 Information, June 1975-July 1976

5) Invitations Convention 1976, June-August 1976

5) Republican Convention 1976 Media, February 1975-September 1976

 

Box 3

5) Republican Convention 1976 Jobs, September 1975-1976

5) Jobs, Robert Berry for Assistant Reading Clerk, March-July 1976

5) Convention 1976 Jobs, Joe Bartlett for Reading Clerk, September-November 1975

5) Republican Convention 1976 Miscellaneous, November 1975-December 1976 (2 folders)

5) Arrangements - Anti-Convention Arrangements, July-August 1976 (2 folders)

5) Convention 1976 Jobs - Pages, August 1975-1976

5) Pages - VIP, January-August 1976

5) Convention Officers, March-October 1976

5) Platform; B-G, November 1975-September 1976

 

Box 4

5) Platform; H-Z, November 1975-September 1976

5) Platform, April 1975, December 1976

5) Republican Convention 1976 Platform, June 1975-October 1976

5) Republican Convention 1976 Program, November 1975-December 1976 (2 folders)

5) Republican Convention 1976 Releases, 1975-1976

5) Republican Convention 1976 Rules, January 1975-September 1976

5) Republican Convention 1976 Security, December 1975-October 1976

5) Republican Convention 1976 Speakers, June 1975-September 1976

5) Speakers - Ford Acceptance Speech, August-November 1976

 

Box 5

5) Republican Convention 1976 Tickets, January-October 1976

5) Transportation, August 1976

5) Republican Convention 1976 Site, February 1975-September 1976

5) Site and ERA, March 1975-February 1976

5) Republican Convention Site - Kansas City, February 1975-September 1976

5) Republican Convention Site - Cleveland, April-August 1975

5) Republican Convention Site - Los Angeles, March-July 1975

5) Republican Convention Site - Miami Beach, February-August 1975

5) Republican Convention Site - New Orleans, February-July 1975

5) Republican Convention Site - New York City, April-July 1975

6) Election Even and Night, September-October 1974

6) Chairman - Campaigns, October 1974-November 1975 (2 folders)

6) Campaigns File #2, September 1974-December 1975 No. 1

 

Box 6

6) Campaigns File #2, September 1974-December 1975, No. 2

6) Contribution Lists, February-March 1975

6) Federal Election Law Manual, February-July 1975

6) Campaigns File #3, September 1974-September 1975

6) Your Vote Counts (NAM), October 1975

6) Talking Papers, October-November 1974

6) New Hampshire Senate Race, May-October 1975

6) Fieldmen, December 1974-September 1975

6) Ford Campaign Committee, May 1975-January 1976

6) Chairman Campaign Financing, September 1974-October 1975

6) Labor Contributions, January-August 1974

6) Chairman Campaign Reforms, September 1974-July 1975

6) Election Day and Election Night, November 2, 1976

6) Chairman - President FordcCommittee, December 1975-October 1976, A-H

 

Box 7

6) Chairman - President Ford Committee, December 1975-November 1976, J-Y

6) Ford vs. Reagent - Rhodesia (President Ford Committee), June 1976

6) Chairman - Campaigns, January-December 1976 (3 folders)

6) Campaign Letter, (July 12) 1976

6) Candidate Debates, August-November 1976

6) Campaign TV and Equal Time, July 1976

6-1) Campaigns; Federal Election Commission, January-September 1976

6-1) Federal Election Commission, 1975-1976

 

Box 8

6-2) Campaigns - Senate Subcommittee on Privileges and Elections, February 1976

6-3) Campaigns - Primaries, January-March 1976

6-4) Campaigns - Materials, January-December 1976

6-5) Campaign - Workers/Volunteers, March-December 1976

6-6) Campaign - Publications, July 1976

6-7) Campaign - Talking Papers, 1973-1976

6-8) Contributions to Candidates by Republican National Committee (RNC), July 1976-January 1977 (2 folders)

6-A) Candidates File #2, September 1974-december 1975 (2 folders)

6-A) Chairman - Candidates Congratulations, 1974

 

Box 9

6-A) Chairman - Candidates, September 1974-January 1976

6-A) Chairman - Candidates, Carpenter, Liz., Women for President, January-October 1975

6-A) Candidates File #3, August 1974-December 1975

6-A) Candidate Addresses, October-December 1975

6-A) Ronald Reagent, May-December 1975

6-A) RNC Contributions to Campaigns, September 1974-February 1975

6-A) Chairman - Candidate materials and brochures, September-October 1974, June-August 1975

6-A) Democratic Candidates, March-November 1975

6-A) Chairman - Staff field volunteers, October-December 1974

6-A) Chairman - Candidates, December 1975-December 1976 (3 folders)

 

Box 10

6-A) Pro or Anti Ford or Reagent, June-August 1976

6-A) Reagan/Ford Addresses, January-June 1976

6-A) Presidential Nominee, May 1975, January-August 1976

6-A) Chairman - Candidates Invitations, January-September 1976

6-A) Chairman - Governor Reagent, January-October 1976

6-B) Chairman - Fair Campaign, October 1975-May 1976

7) Orders for Supplies, April 1973-December 1974

7) Supplies Listing, September 30, 1975

7) File Code of the Chairman (with alphabetic listing)

7) Christmas Card List, 1974-1975

7-A) Chairman - Clips etc. re Chairman, September 1974-October 1975

7-A) Chairman - Clips/cartoons, 1974-1977

 

Box 11

7-A) Christmas Cards, 1975-1977

7-B) Congratulations Chairman, August 19740-January 1975

7-C) Chairman - Invitations, July 1974-December 1975 (2 folders)

7-C) RNC Open House, June 10. 1975

7-C) Goldwater Scholarship Awards, October-December 1975

7-C) Representative Archer Students, January-April 1975

7-C) Luncheon, A.B. Hermann and John Powell, November 23, 1974

7-C) Chairman - Appointments, September 1974-September 1975

 

Box 12

7-C) Chairman - Invitations Regretted, August 1974-November 1975

7-C) Invitations, No written acceptances, September 1974-December 1975

7-C) Chairman - Invitations Regretted, No letters, June 1974-December 1975 (2 folders)

7-C) Joint House/Senate Dinner on March 27, 1974, January-April 1974

7-C) Joint Senate/House Dinner, December 1974-May 1975

7-C) Chairman - Invitations regretted, January-September 1976

 

Box 13

7-C) Chairman - Invitations Regretted, No letters, 1975-1976 (2 folders)

7-C) Joint Senate/House Dinner for 1976, August 1975-April 1976

7-C) Chairman - Invitations, December 1975-January 1977 (3 folders)

7-C) Rhodes Reception, June 8, 1976

7-D) Alabama, July-August 1975

7-D) Arizona, June-August 1975

7-D) Arkansas, April-May 1975

7-D) California, September 1974-May 1976 (2 folders)

7-D) California, Regrets, February-November 1976

7-D) Colorado, July 18, 1975

 

Box 14

7-D) Connecticut, February 28, 1975

7-D) Norwalk, Connecticut, Luncheon for Sally Bolster Campaign and more, August-October 1974

7-D) Connecticut, September 1974-September 1975

7-D) Connecticut Regrets, September-October 1974

7-D) Delaware, May 13, 1975 (2 folders)

7-D) Young Republicans Leadership Conference Speech, February 27, 1975, Washington, D.C.

7-D) Republican National Associates, June 24, 1975, Washington D.C., June-October 1975, incl. a photograph of Rogers C.B. Morton

7-D) Century Club, Wydler Luncheon, Washington D.C., April 17,1975

7-D) Leadership Conference, December 1974, March 1975

7-D) Washington D.C., League of Republican Women Lunch, October 1974, January 1975

7-D) Washington Journalism Center Conference, Washington D.C., December 11.1974

7-D) Delta Sigma Chi, October 15, 1974, National Press Club, Washington, D.C. Luncheon, July-October 1974

7-D) Republican Federal Women's Forum, Washington D.C., September 1974

7-D) 93rd Club, (Congressman Shuster, President), Washington D.C., October 1, 1974

7-D) Federation Republican Women, Mayflower Hotel, Washington D.C., Friday night September 20, 1974 and more, February 1975

7-D) White House Fellows (District of Columbia), September-October 1975

7-D) District of Columbia, May 1974-December 1976 (3 folders)

7-D) District of Columbia Regrets, January-October 1976

7-D) Florida, October 1974-May 1976 (2 folders - 2nd folder incl. photograph)

7-D) Florida Regrets, February-September 1976

7-D) Georgia Regrets, September 1976

7-D) Hawaii, May 1976

7-D) Idaho Regrets, January-March 1976

7-D) Chicago, Illinois, October 26, Lunch with local candidates.  Thornton Township Republican Dinner, September-November 1974

7-D) Macomb, Illinois, September 21, 1974, McDonnough County Young Republicans, September-October 1974, incl. a photograph of Tom Railsback

7-D) Illinois, September 1974-June 1976 (2 folders)

7-D) Republican State Chairman, January 16-17, 1976, Chicago, Illinois, January 1976

7-D) Illinois Regrets, September 1975-October 1976

 

Box 15

7-D) Indiana, September 1974-November 1975

7-D) Indiana Regrets, March-May 1976

7-D) Iowa, April 1974-July 1976 (2 folders)

7-D) Iowa, September 23, 1974, GOP Fundraiser, September-October 1974

7-D) Iowa Regrets, March 1975-January 1977

7-D) Kansas, October 24, 1974, September-November 1975

7-D) Kansas, May-December 1975

7-D) Kentucky, August 1975-June 1976 (2 folders)

7-D) Louisiana, June-August 1975

7-D) Maine, November 1975

7-D) Maine Regrets, August 1976

7-D) Montgomery County Federation of Republican Women Luncheon, Gaithersburg, Maryland, October 21, 1974

7-D) Maryland, May 1974-August 1975

7-D) Maryland Regrets, June-October 1976

7-D) Massachusetts, September 1974-April 1976 (2 folders)

7-D) Massachusetts Regrets, October 1975-July 1976

7-D) Michigan, March-December 1975

7-D) Michigan Regrets, April-September 1976

7-D) Minnesota, September-December 1974, June-July 1975

7-D) Republican Governors' Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, December 1-3, 1974

7-D) Missouri, October 1974

7-D) Missouri Regrets, June 1976

7-D) Montana, June-September 1975

7-D) Nebraska, November 1974-March 1976 (2 folders)

7-D) Nebraska Regrets, December 8, 1976

7-D) New Hampshire, July 1974

7-D) New Jersey, April, September-October 1974

7-D) Spring Lake Heights, New Jersey, October 17, 1974, Monmouth County Federation of Republican Women's Annual Campaign Luncheon, May, September-October 1974

7-D) Albuquerque, New Mexico, September 18, 1974, GOP Dinner, January-October 1974

7-D) New Mexico, April-May 1975

7-D) Mrs. M. L. Smith, September 29, 1974, New York, September-October 1974

7-D) National Association for Mental Health, Inc., November 23, 1974

 

Box 16

7-D) Olean, New York, October 24, 1974 - Cancelled.  Mrs. Smith in Iowa with President, September-October 1974

7-D) New York, January 1975-July 1976 (2 folders)

7-D) New York regrets, December 1975-October 1976

7-D) North Carolina, February-June 1974

7-D) North Dakota, July 1976

7-D) Ohio Republican Council Dinner, Columbus, Ohio, October 19, 1974

7-D) Akron, Ohio, August-October 1974

7-D) Ohio, September 1974-July 1976 (2 folders)

7-D) Oregon, June 1975-March 1976 (2 folders)

7-D) University of Pennsylvania, November 25, 1974, September-December 1974

7-D) Hershey, Pennsylvania, October 6, 1974, Pennsylvania Federation Convention, May-October 1974

7-D) Pennsylvania, November 1974-May 1976 (2 folders)

7-D) Pennsylvania Regrets, January-October 1976

7-D) Puerto Rico Regrets, March 1976

7-D) South Carolina, May 1975-January 1976

7-D) South Carolina Regrets, November-December 1975

7-D) South Dakota, January 1975-July 1976 (2 folders)

7-D) Tennessee, October-November 1974

7-D) Texas, September 1974, April 1975-January 1976

7-D) Texas Regrets, March-May 1976

7-D) Utah, October 1974

7-D) Utah Regrets, April-May 1976

7-D) Vermont, July 1974-June 1976 (2 folders)

7-D) Virginia, September 1974-July 1976 (2 folders - 2nd incl. photographs)

7-D) Virginia Regrets, August 1975-November 1976

7-D) Washington, February 1975-March 1976 (2 folders)

7-D) Washington Regrets, January-February 1976

7-D) West Virginia, April-August 1975

7-D) Wisconsin, February 1975-July 1976 (3 folders)

7-D) Wyoming, August-October 1975

7-D) Wyoming Regrets, February-March 1976

 

Box 17

7-D) Chairman - Itineraries and Trips, November 1975-October 1976

7-E) BIOS: Mary Louise, 1974

7-E) Women of the Year (Outstanding Young Women), 1975

7-E) Chairman - Personal, September 1974-December 1975 (2 folders)

7-E) Chairman - Miscellaneous Correspondence, March 1974-December 1975a (2 folders - 2nd folder incl. an invitation to house warming of the Vice President's House)

7-E) Thanks to Wives re Staff at Seminars, July 10, 1975

7-E) Documents, etc., 1975-1976

7-E) First Year Chairmanship, September 1975

7-E) Co-Chairman Smith Miscellaneous, February-September 1974

7-E) Taft Institution Board Meetings, August-November 1975

 

Box 18

7-E) Congratulations Re-election as Chairman, August-October 1976

7-E) Close up, July-September 1976

7-E) Original, RNC Resolution for the Chairman, February 28, 1976

7-F) Chairman - Personal, January 1976-January 1977 (2 folders)

7-F) Chairman - Photographs incl. a signed photograph of Meade Alcorn

7-F) Photograph File #2 (2 folders)

 

Box 19

7-F) Photograph File #2, All Mary Louise Smith

7-F) Chairman - Photograph/Autographs, December 1975-January 1977 (2 folders)

7-G) Pre Election Broadcast Per U.S. Citizens' Congress Newsletter, November-December 1974

7-G) Press Briefing, December 13, 1974

7-G) Press Conference, Capitol Hill Club, November 14, 1974

7-G) Press Conference, July 1974-December 1975

7-G) Meet the Press, November 3, 1974.  September-December 1974, July, December 1975

7-G) Chairman - Press Conferences - TV/Radio, April-June 1976

7-H) Chairman - Reports of the Chairman, December 10, 1974

7-I) Chairman - Messages and Statements, September 1974-January 1976 (2 folders)

7-I) Elected Officials' Letters, November-December 1974

7-I) Winners, November-December 1974, April 1975

 

Box 20

7-I) Regrets - Election Losers, October 1974-January 1975

7-I) Statements and Messages of the Chairman - Miscellaneous, September 1974-October 1975 (2 folders)

7-I) Files of Chairman - FYI, March 1976

7-I) Losing/Winner Letters, 1976 election

7-I) Chairman - Statements and Messages, January-December 1976

7-J) Chairman - Sympathy Messages/Condolences, September 1974-January 1977 (2 folders)

8) Chairman - Comments, September 1974-December 1975 (3 folders)

 

 

Box 21

8) Chairman - Comments, May 1974-March 1976 (6 folders)

8) Justice vs. Bell System, November 1974-March 1975

8) Conservatism, March 1975

8) Chairman - Comments and Criticisms, January 1976-January 1977 (2 folders)

 

Box 22

8) Chairman - Comments and Criticisms, January 1976-January 1977

8) The Concorde, February-March 1976

9) Chairman - Communism, September 1975

10) Chairman - Congress, October 1974-November 1975, August 1976

10) Added to Press Releases Lists, October-November 1974

10) Chairman - Congress, January 1976-January 1977

10-A) Chairman - U.S. Senators, September 1974-November 1975

10-A) Senatorial Committee Funds, February-May 1975

10-A) Senatorial Campaign Committee - Brock, September-October 1974, September 1975

10-A) Chairman - Senate, February-September 1976

10-B) Chairman - U.S. Representatives, April 1974-October 1975

10-B) Congressional Campaign Committee - Michel, October 1974

10-B) Chairman - House, January-September 1976

 

Box 23

10-C) Chairman - U.S. Government, September 1974-December 1976 (2 folders)

11) Chairman - Crime, February-November 1975 (2 folders)

12) Chairman - Democrats, September 1974-December 1976 (3 folders)

12) Democratic Candidates - Carter and Mondale, June-October 1976 (2 folders)

13) Chairman - Economy, September 1974-December 1975 (2 folders)

 

Box 24

13) Chairman - Economy, January-November 1976

14) Chairman - Energy, January 1975-October 1976 (2 folders)

15) Chairman - Finance, August 1974-December 1975 (7 folders)

15) Governor Bond Funds, August-October 1975

15) McCoy, Carolyn, 1974 Mailings, letter, January 1975

 

Box 25

15) Chairman - Finance, August 1974-December 1975 (4 folders)

15) RNC Fund Expenditures Form 716-749, 1974-1975

15) Funds Raised Reports, 1973-1974

15) Chairman - Finance, November 1975-January 1977 (3 folders)

15) Requests for Use Fund Lists to Members to Congress, December 1975-January 1976

15) RNC Audits - Arthur Anderson & Co., Ernst and Ernst, March-November 1975

 

Box 26

15) Audit Review, August 1975-February 1976

15) Audit - RNC, 1973-1974

16) Heritage, August 1974-January 1976 (3 folders)

16) Heritage - Official Publications, 1974-1975

16) Mexican American Youth Council (MAYC) 1975

16) Heritage File #2, 1974-1975

16) American Committee for Human Rights of Japanese Wives of North Korean Repatriates, 1974

 

Box 27

16) Chairman - Heritage, December 1975-December 1976

16) Chairman - Ethnic, January-October 1976

16) Chairman - Spanish Speaking Advisory Committee, January-October 1976

17) Chairman - American Indians, September 1974-April 1975

18) Chairman - Labor, September 1974-November 1976 (2 folders)

19) Chairman - Legislation, June 1974-December 1975 (2 folders)

19) Abortion, October 1974-July 1975

 

Box 28

19) ERA (Equal Rights Amendment), January 1973-December 1976 (4 folders)

19) Chairman - Legislation, December 1975-December 1976

19) Chairman - Common Situs Picketing, October 1975-December 1976

20) Chairman - Lincoln Day, January 1975-March 1976 (2 folders)

21) Chairman - Meetings (not RNC or RNFC) July, 1974-December 1975, No. 1

 

Box 29

21) Chairman - Meetings (not RNC or RNFC), July 1974-December 1975, No. 2

21) State Chairman's Meeting, November 1974-February 1975

21) Leadership Thanks, March 13, 1975

21) Meetings, (not RNC or RNFC) (Leadership), December 1974-May 1975 (2 folders)

21) Leadership Conference, December 1974-June 1975 (3 folders)

21) Chairman - Meetings, December 1975-November 1976

21) Western States Conference, Washington D.C., January 13-15, 1976

22) Chairman - Memorandum, August 1974-December 1975

22) IBMI (Intergrated Business Methods, Inc.), G. Maurice DuFour, January-May 1975

22) Cathy Bertini, her appointment et al., January-July 1975

22) Chairman - Memorandum, December 1975-December 1976

 

Box 30

23) Chairman - Black Political, August 1975-December 1975 (3 folders)

23) Chairman - Minorities, January-December 1976

24) Chairman - Miscellaneous, June 1974-September 1975

24) U.S. and Vietnamese, April-August 1975

24) Print Shop Copies of their work, 1974-1975 (2 folders)

24) Thank you for your comments form letter, February 1975

24) Chairman - Form letters, September 1975-March 1975

 

Box 31

24) Chairman - Form Letters, 1976 (3 folders)

24) Chairman - Panama, April-October 1976

24) Chairman - Miscellaneous, February-December 1976

25) Chairman - Organizations, November 1974-October 1976 (2 folders)

25) Group '76, January 1975-March 1976 (2 folders)

26) White House Internships, January-August 1976

26) Chairman - Patronage; A-C, March 1974-December 1975

 

Box 32

26) Chairman - Patronage; D-Ru, March 1974-December 1975 (6 folders)

26) Chairman - Patronage; Sa-Yo, March 1974-December 1975 (2 folders)

26) Chairman - RNC jobs, October 1974-December 1975

26) Summer Interns, April-August 1975

26) Chairman - Patronage, November 1975-December 1976 (4 folders)

 

Box 33

26) Chairman - Patronage; Sa-Yo, March 1974-December 1975 (2 folders)

26) Chairman - RNC jobs, October 1974-December 1975

26) Summer Interns, April-August 1975

26) Chairman - Patronage, November 1975-December 1976 (4 folders)

 

Box 34

27) Chairman - Political, October 1974-September 1975

27) Chairman - Polls, December 1974-November 1975

27) Chairman - Registration, December 1974-October 1975

27) Chairman - Political, January-October 1976

27) Chairman - Registration, January-September 1976

28) President and Vice President scheduling, September 1974-December 1975

28) Chairman - President Ford Speeches and Requests, October 8, 1974, January 15, 1975

28) Washington State Notes, August 1974-June 1975

28) Photos of the President sent by the White House, March-September 1975

28) White House, August-November 1974

28) Presidential Primaries for 1976 Candidacy, May 1975

28) Cambodian Activity, the Mayaguez, May-July 1975

28) Chairman - Presidential; A-G, September 1974-December 1975 (2 folders)

 

Box 35

28) Chairman - Presidential, September 1974-December 1975 (6 folders)

28) Solzhenitsyn and President Ford, July-September 1975

28) Meetings with the President, September 1975-October 1976

28) Chairman - Presidential, November 1974-December 1976

 

Box 36

28) Pro and Anti Mrs. Ford on 60 Minutes, April, August 1975

28) Anti President Ford, No Acknowledgments, October-November 1975

28) Chairman - Presidential Family, September 1974-January 1976

28) Chairman - Hon. Richard M. Nixon, September 1974-October 1975

28) No Nixon/60p Plans, January-August 1975

28) Chairman - Nixon Pardon, Pro and Anti, August 1974-November 1975 (3 folders)

28) State of the Union Correspondence and Comments, January 1976

28) Presidential Seal, October 1975

28) Chairman - Presidential photographs, January-December 1976, incl. color photographs of President and Mrs. Ford

28) King County, Washington.  The Anchor Club autographed photographs of President with letters dated October sent October 15, 1976

 

Box 37

28) Chairman - Presidential Scheduling, January 1975-November 1976

28) Chairman - Presidential Family (All), November 1975-October 1976

28) Julie Nixon Eisenhower, February 1976

28) Nixon to China, February-March 1976

28) Letters to be drafted on Nixon, March-August 1976

28) Hon. Richard Nixon and Mrs. Nixon, March-August 1976

28-A) Vice Presidential (Nelson Rockefeller), September 1974-November 1976 (3 folders)

28-A) Chairman - Vice Presidential Trips, December 1975-April 1976

28-A) Newspaper Clippings, mainly Rockefeller sign language

29) Publications - Various, May 1974-September 1975

29) Wives Manual

29) Republican Almanac, September 1975

 

Box 38

29) Chairman - Publications, September 1974-January 1977 (7 folders)

 

Box 39

29) Chairman - Publications, October 1975-January 1977 (2 folders)

29-A) Chairman - First Monday Correspondence, October 1974-November 1975

29-A) Chairman - First Monday, October 1974-November 1975

29-A) Chairman - GOP Publications, 1974-1975

29-A) First Monday in lower case, May 1975

29-A) The Campaigner 1975

29-A) F.Y.I., May 1975

29-A) Chairman - Publications - Republican, November 1974-January 1977

29-A) Republican Humor, February-September 1976

29-A) Grand Old Poopsheet, February 1975-October 1976

30) Chairman - Publicity, 1975

30) Bi-Centennial '76, 1974-1975

30) Chairman - Publicity, February-March 1976, incl. booklet The Roots of Freedom

30) Chairman - Bicentennial, January-October 1976

 

Box 40

30-A) Chairman - Advertising, November 1974-October 1976 (2 folders)

30-B) Chairman - Movies - Radio - TV, July-November 1975

30-B) GOP - TV, "Republicans are People Too", May-October 1975 (3 folders)

30-B) GOP - Television Programs, July 1974-August 1975 (3 folders)

30-B) GOP - TV, "Republicans are People Too". Too negative to answer, June-July 1975

30-B) Chairman - Movies - TV - Radio, January-December 1976 incl. Cassette tapes

 

Box 41

30-B) GOP - TV Fund Raiser, October 7, 1976, July-September 1976

31) Chairman - Recommendations, September 1974-January 1977 (2 folders)

32) Chairman - Republican National Committee, September 1974-December 1975 (2 folders)

32) Chairman - Republican Finance Committee, April-September 1975

32) Chairman - Rule 29 Committee, July 1974-August 1975

32) Thank You for Service, Rule 29 Committee, February 1975

32) Citations/Awards, May-October 1975

32) Questionnaires, August 1975

32) Photographs RNC Reception at White House (letters re) September-October 1974

32) Reports to the President re Headquarters and RNC plans, September-October 1974

32) RNC Meetings, July-September 1975

32) RNC Executive Committee, November-December 1974

32) Republican National Associates Meeting, June-August 1975

32) Chairman - Meetings, RNC/RNFC, October 1974-December 1975 (2 folders)

32) Chairman - General Counsel, September 1974-November 1975

32) Chairman - Capitol Hill Club, November 1974-September 1975

 

 

Box 42

32) RNC Programs, November 1974-March 1975

32) GOP "quota" representation, October 1974-February 1975

32) Ripon Suit vs. GOP Delegates; January 13, 1976 to RNC-GOP Members of Congress and Senators Correspondence, January-March 1976

32) Ripon Suit Correspondence, October 1973-December 1975

32) Ripon Suit, January 1973-April 1974

32) Chairman Co-Chairman, May-November 1974

32) Grassroots Mail 1974

32) RNC Meeting, November-December 1976

32) Agendas RNC Executive Committee Meeting, June 25, 1976 RNC Full committee Meeting, June 25-26, 1976

32) Republican National Committee Meetings, January-July 1976 (2 folders)

32) Chairman - European and Foreign RNC, March-August 1976

32) Chairman - Citations, January-October 1976

32) Chairman - Capitol Hill Club/Associates, January-August 1976

32) Chairman - General Counsel, March-September 1976

32) Chairman - Republican National Committee; A-K, January 1976-January 1977

 

Box 43

32) Chairman - Republican National Committee; L-Z, January 1976-January 1977

32) Work of Chairman (Duties), September-October 1976

32) Re Resignation, Pro and Anti, October-December 1976 (3 folders)

32) Herman Brown for Co-Chairman RNC, February-March 1976

32) Ripon Society Suit, 1973-1976

32-B) Chairman - European RNC

33) Chairman - Requests, October 1974-July 1976 (2 folders)

33-A) Chairman - Information Requests, September 1974-January 1977 (3 folders)

33-B) Legislative Agenda, November-December 1975

 

Box 44

33-B) Chairman - Materials Requested, September 1974-January 1977 (3 folders)

33-B) Requests Auction Items, January-November 1976

33-C) Chairman - Service Requests, September 1974-July 1976

33-C) Cosmetology Awards, July 1975

33-C) James D. Mitchell (entire file), All 1974-75-76 correspondence included in this file

33-C) Chairman - Service Requests; A-J February 1975-January 1977

 

Box 45

33-C) Chairman - Service Requests; K-Z, November 1974-January 1977

34) Chairman - Senior Citizens, October 1974-November 1976 (2 folders)

34-A) Chairman - Social Security, September 1974-October 1976

34-A) Chairman - Social Security/Welfare, March-November 1976

35) Chairman - Speakers, September 1975-December 1976 (5 folders)

 

Box 46

35) Chairman - Speakers; G-Z, July 1975-December 1976

36) National Association Republican County Chairmen, July 1975-January 1976

36) Grass Roots Republicans Out to Win - Publications

36) New York City, November-December 1975

36) Chairman - States, 1974-1975 (8 folders)

 

Box 47

36) Correspondence with Iowa Republicans, October 1974-November 1975 (2 folders)

36) Connally Ranch Meeting, March 12-13, 1976, State Chairmen's Meeting

36) Chairman - States, March 1975-December 1976 (2 folders)

36) State Files - Lists, January 1975-September 1976

36) Chairman - Iowa Correspondence, January-September 1976

36) John Megown, Iowa, November 1974-October 1976 (2 folders)

 

Box 48

36-A) Chairman - Republican Governors, September 1974-January 1977 (2 folders)

36-B) Chairman - Republican Mayors including Conferences, January 1975-September 1976 (2 folders)

37) Chairman - United Nations, September 1974-1976 (2 folders)

38) Chairman - Women, September 1974-October 1976 (2 folders)

38-A) Chairman - Women's Federation, September 1974-October 1976 (2 folders)

38-B) International Women's Year Commission - Mary Louise Smith, January 1975-August 1976

38-C) International Women's Year, January 1975-August 1976

38-D) Women's Political Caucus, April 1975-July 1976

38-E) Washington Institute of Women in Politics, 1975

 

Box 49

39) Chairman - Young Republicans, 1974-July 1976 (2 folders)

39-A) Chairman - College Republicans, September 1974-August 1976 (2 folders)

39-B) Chairman - Teen Age Republicans, 1974-September 1976 (2 folders)

 

REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE:  TRIPS AND SPEECHES

 

Box 49A

June 6, 1974, Press Luncheon, April-July 1974, incl. Photographs

June 6, 1974, Press Thank-Yous, June-August 1974

September 18, 1974, Margo, Albuquerque, New Mexico, September 1974

 

Box 50

September 21, Macomb, Illinois, Young Republican Rally.  September 24, Des Moines, Iowa, Dinner, September-October 1975

September 29, Edythe Layne and Nassau County, New York, September-October 1974

October 5, Akron, Ohio, October 6, Hershey, Pennsylvania, October 1974

October 15, District of Columbia, National Press Club, October 1974

October 17, Monmouth County, New Jersey, August-October 1974

October 19, Ohio Republican Council, Columbus, October 1974

October 20, Maryland Women's Political Caucus, October 1974

October 21, Maryland Federation of Republican Women, May-October 1974

October 25, Kansas, September-November 1974

October 26, Thornton Township, Illinois, August-November 1974

November 3, Meet the Press, September-November 1974

November 25, University of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia, September-December 1974

December 1-3, Republicans Governors Association Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, September-December 1974

December 6, RNC Executive Committee Meeting, Washington D.C. November-December 1974

December 11, Washington Journalism Center Conference, District of Columbia, December 1974

December 17, United Negro College Fund, Washington D.C., October-December 1974

January 21-23, State Chairmen's Conference, January 1975

January 22, Des Moines Chamber of commerce, December 1974-February 1975

February 8, Lincoln Day Dinner, Waukesha, Wisconsin, January-April 1975

February 13, Lincoln Day Dinner, Pontiac, Michigan, January-April 1975

February 14, Lincoln Dinner, New Jersey, December 1974-April 1975

February 15, Convention, Rochester, New York, January-February 1975

February 19, "Not for Women Only" Taping, New York, February-March 1975

February 20, Lincoln Day, Capitol City Club, Washington D.C., January-March 1975

 

Box 51

February 22, Fund Raiser, South Dakota Republican Party, January-February 1975

February 24, Lincoln Day Dinner, Columbia, Missouri, January-February 1975

February 27, Young Republicans Leadership Conference, Washington D.C., February 1975

February 28, Lincoln Day Dinner, Newton Republicans Club, Newton, Massachusetts, October 1974-April 1975

February 28, Statewide GOP Leadership Luncheon, Connecticut Republican State Central Committee, Hartford, Connecticut, January-April 1975

March 5-6, RNC Meeting, Washington D.C., December 1974-March 1975

 

Box 52

May 10, Delaware State Convention, April-May 1975

May 17, Heritage Groups Convention, Washington D.C., February-May 1975

May 28, Fairfax County Capitol Club, Virginia, March-May 1975

June 1, Goucher College, Baltimore, Maryland, February-June 1975

June 2-6, California Trip - Los Angeles - San Francisco - Seattle, May-June 1975

June 7, Portland, Oregon, January-February 1975

June 12, Iowa First Ladies/South Dakota, June 1975

June 13, South Dakota Seminar, June-July 1975

June 14, Montana State Convention, Helena, Montana, January-July 1975

June 17, American Medical Association Auxiliary Convention, Atlantic City, New Jersey, February-July 1975

June 19, Nassau County Committee Dinner, Hauppauge, New York, March-July 1975, incl. photographs.

June 21, Minnesota State Central Committee Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota, March-July 1975

June 27, National Women's Political Caucus Convention, Boston, Massachusetts, March-October 1975

July 11-12, Gulf Shores Conference, Gulf Shores, Alabama, April-July 1975

July 16, Alexandria and D.C. Young Republicans, Alexandria, Virginia, April-August 1975

August 1-2, Kentucky Statewide Meeting, Frankfort, Kentucky, July-August 1975

August 7-8, Wyoming Summer Bash, Casper, Lander, Wyoming, July-August 1975

August 14, Taft Institute Seminar, George Washington University, Washington D.C., February-March 1975

August 19, Iowa State Fair Women's Day, Des Moines, Iowa, February-August 1975

September 11-13, National Federation Republican Women's Convention, Dallas, Texas, April-October 1975 (2 folders, 2nd folder incl. photograph)

September 16, White House Fellows, 10:30 am Conference Room, Washington D.C. August-September 1975

September 19-21, Mackinac Island, Michigan, June-October 1975, incl. color photographs

 

Box 53

September 19-21, Tenth Biennial Republican Mackinac Leadership Conference, August-September 1975 incl. One Hundred Years A History of the National Republican Congressional Committee

September 25, Women's City Club of Cleveland, Ohio, March-October 1975

September 29, Iowa Women's Political Caucus, Iowa City, Iowa, January-October 1975a

October 2-4, Western States Conference, February-October 1975

October 6, San Francisco Seminar, California, September-October 1975

October 8, American Bankers Convention, New York City, New York, August-October 1975

October 11, Indiana Republican Editorial Association, Indianapolis, Indiana, May-November 1975

October 15-16, Arrangements Committee Iowa Federation, Des Moines, Iowa/Kansas City, Missouri, September-November 1975

October 23, National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) Convention, Amelia Island, Florida, September-November 1975

October 31-November 1, Maine Republican Forum, Augusta, Maine, February-December 1975

November 13, Finance Meeting, Washington D.C., November 1975

November 17, D.C. Ripon Society, Capitol Hill Club, Washington D.C., October-November 1975

November 20-22, Republican Governor's Association, Wichita, Kansas, October-December 1975

December 12-13, Southern Leadership Conference, Houston, Texas, November 1975-January 1976

March 6-8, Leadership Conference, Washington D.C., March 1975

March 11, V.F.W. Dinner, Washington D.C., January-March 1975

March 13, Radio and TV. Correspondence Dinner, Washington D.C. March 1975

March 15, Illinois Leadership Conference, March-April 1975, incl. Illinois Republican Directory

March 18, D.C. College Republicans, George Washington University, Washington D.C., November 1974-March 1975

March 19, Lincoln Day Dinner, Wooster, Ohio, February-March 1975

March 22, National Republican Women's Club, New York, September 1974-June 1975

March 22, Gridiron Dinner, Washington D.C., February-March 1975

April 12, Bay County Lincoln Day Dinner, Bay City, Michigan, January-April 1975

April 19, Women's Achievement Awards, New York City, January-May 1975

April 23, Dalla Men's Republican Club, Dallas, Texas, April-June 1975

April 26, Arkansas Leadership Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, March-May 1975

April 26-29, Los Angeles, Ontario, California, April-May 1975

April 30, Iowa Medical Society, Des Moines, Iowa, September 1974-July 1975, incl. July issue of The Journal of the Iowa Medical Society

 

Box 54

January 14-17, State Chairman's Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, October 1975-January 1976

January 24, Washington Institute for Women in Politics, Me. Vernon College, Washington D.C., November 1975-February 1976

January 29, Young Republican Leadership Conference, Washington D.C., November 1975-February 1976

January 30-31, Midwest Leadership Conference, Dearborn, Michigan, September 1975-February 1976

February 6-7, New England Conference Northeastern States, Washington D.C., December 1975-February 1976

February 12-13, Iowa Fundraising Trip, January-February 1976

February 16, North Shore Republican Club Lincoln Day, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, January-April 1976

February 21, Florida State Central Committee, Orlando, Florida, January-April 1975

February 27-28, RNC Meeting, Washington D.C., February 1976

March 2, J.C. Penny Conference, Washington D.C., December 1975-March 1976

March 5, Business and Professional Womens Club Conference, Washington D.C., February-May 1976

March 12, Iowa Press Conference,  January-March 1976

March 20, Nebraska Founders Day, Omaha, Nebraska, January-April 1976

March 24, Multnomah County Lincoln Day, Portland, Oregon, January-April 1976

March 25, Spokane County Lincoln Day, Washington, November 1975-April 1976

March 26, Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco, California, October 1974-March 1976

March 27, California State Central Committee, Fresno, California, February-June 1976

April 5, Mt. Holyoke College, Mt. Holyoke, Massachusetts, February-April 1976

April 6, Association of Home Economist Administrators, Washington D.C., February-April 1976

April 18, Washington Workshops Conference Room, November 1975

April 14, Iowa Lincoln Day Dinner, Des Moines, Iowa, February-April 1977

April 20, Rock Creek Women's Club, Capitol Hill Club, Washington D.C., February-April 1976

April 21, Richmond Focus Club, Richmond, Virginia, March-April 1976

April 27, National Chamber of Congress Annual Meeting, Washington Hilton, Washington D.C., March-April 1976

May 6, World Press Institute, Washington D.C., March-June 1976

 

Box 55

May 11-14, Hawaii State Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 1976 incl. photographs

May 19, Connecticut Bicentennial Ball, Hartford, Connecticut, January-May 1976

May 21, National Republican Heritage Groups Council Convention, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March-July 1976

May 22, Vermont State Convention (incl. Kansas City, Missouri, May 16), January-May 1976

June 4, Virginia State Convention, Norfolk, Virginia, February-June 1976

June 4, Maryland Convention, Ocean City, Maryland, April-July 1976

June 5, Tennessee State Central Committee, Nashville, Tennessee, May-June 1976

June 7, International Management and Development Institute, Russell Senate Office Building, Washington D.C., April-June 1976

June 11, Southern State Chairman's Conference, Raleigh, North Carolina, April-June 1976

June 14, General Federation of Women's Club Convention, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February-June 1976

June 17, New York Republican State Dinner, New York City, New York, March-June 1976

June 18-19, Iowa State Convention, Des Moines, Iowa, May-June 1976

June 22, Congressional Candidates' Workshop, Washington D.C., May-June 1976

June 29, U.S. Conference of Mayors, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April-July 1976

June 30, Republican Day in Washington, May-June 1976 and United Republican Victory Dinner, October 7, 1976

July 1, George Washington University Taft Institute, Conference Room, Washington D.C., March-July 1976

July 9, South Dakota State Convention, Pierre, South Dakota, May-July 1976

July 9, North Dakota State Convention, Fargo, North Dakota, January-July 1976

July 15, Women's Political Day, Columbus, Ohio, April-July 1976

 

Box 56

July 29, Hispanic Dinner, Washington D.C., June-August 1976

September 7, Congressman Regula Dinner, Canton, Ohio, February-September 1976

September 15, U.S. Jaycees, 1:15 pm AC, Washington D.C., July-October 1976

September 15-16, Kansas City Chamber of Commerce Breakfast, Kristin, Kansas City, Missouri, September 1976

September 15-16, Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, September-October 1976

September 17, National Federation of Republican Women Banquet, Friday September 17, 1976, 7:00 pm Georgetown Room, 8:00 pm Lincoln Room - remarks

September 21, Taft Institute, New York, July-August 1976

September 22, Republican Women of Capitol Hill, Noon - CHC off-the-cuff remarks, 20 minutes, September 1976

September 23, White House Fellows Cancelled, July 1975, August 1976

September 28, Washington Workshop Essay, 6 pm September 1976

September 30, American Newspaper Women's Club, Thursday September 30, 6:30 pm, September-October 1976

October 4-7, California-San Francisco Debate, Phone Banks, Los Angeles Salute to President Dinner, October 1976

October 6, Washington Industrial Round Table, 11:45, August-October 1975, September 1976

October 7, Los Angeles Fund Raiser Dinner, Thursday, October-November 1976

October 8-9, Richard Elkin for Governor - Fund Raiser, Fargo/Minot, North Dakota, September-October 1976

October 12, Sigma Delta Chi (Smith/Strauss), Tuesday noon, June 1976-January 1977

October 12, RNC New York Fund Raiser Dinner, Tuesday eve, October 1976

October 15/16, Riley for Congress, Iowa, September-October 1976

October 16, Greater Sioux City Press Club, Iowa, Ken Fulk - 5th District, Saturday October 16, 1976

October 13-17, Iowa, October 1976

October 18, Inland Daily Press Association, Chicago, Illinois, May-October 1976

October 19, Lancaster County GOP Fund Raiser Reception - Tuesday, October 19, 7:00 pm-9:00 pm, September-October 1976

October 20, Illinois Federation of Business and Professional Women, Chicago, Illinois, September-November 1976

October 22, Virginia Briefing, Debate - William and Mary, October 1976

October 30, New Jersey Briefing, Burlington County GOP, October-November 1976

October 30, Burlington County, New Jersey GOP Breakfast, October-November 1976

 

Box 56A

November 16, Eagles Meeting, Tuesday, November 16, 1976, Washington D.C.

November 29, Republican Governors Association Conference, 2:00 pm - 3:45 pm, Hyatt Regency, November-December 1976

December 5, College Republican National Committee Executive Board Meeting, Sunday 12:30 pm, Stouffer's Inn, Arlington, Virginia, October-December 1976

December 6, Republican National Executive Committee Meeting, Mayflower Hotel, Washington D.C., December 1976

December 15, Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association Luncheon, Hyatt Regency Hotel, 11:45 am, December 1976-January 1977

January 5, Women's Political Caucus of Capitol Hill, Wednesday Noon, Rayburn Building, Washington D.C., November 1976-January 1977

January 5-6, PEO, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 1977

 

REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE: ALPHABETICAL SUBJECT FILES

 

Box 57

American Political Report, 1976

Apex Music "We Can Win", September 1976, incl. lyrics and record

B, October-November 1974

Big Government, 1975-1976

Big Business (mainly newsclips), June-August 1976

Bozell & Jacobs, Inc., Ad Agency, 1973-1975

Briefing Book Material, 1975-1976

Briefing - Survey National Voter Attitudes, 1974

Cabinet Meeting incl. agendas and notes, October 1974-September 1976

Campaign Financing - Audit Criteria and Federal Laws, September 1974-January 1975

Campaign Practices Reports, May-June 1976

Campaign Reform, July 1974-1976 (2 folders)

Campaign Reform Bill Letter, October 1974

The Candidate's Wife, a guide to finding and carrying out your role in the campaign, 1974

Carter, Jimmy, 1976 (2 folders)

Carter, Jimmy, and the Democratic platform, 1976

 

Box 58

Chairman's Office, 1976 Budget

Challenge National Federation of Republican Women, November 1974

Congratulations letters mainly from Iowa, September 1974

Congratulations on Chairmanship cards, September-November 1974 (2 folders)

Congratulatory letter on Appointment to Chairman, September-October, 1974

Congress, 1974, incl. First Monday, June 1974

Congress, 1974, incl. Republican Congressional Committee Newsletter, October 1974

Congress, 1975-1976

Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, September 7, 1974, Vol. XXXII No. 36, August 14 and 21, 1976 (2 folders)

Congressional Races, 1975-1976

Convention, 1976, Kansas City, Missouri (2 folders)

 

Box 59

Convention 1976, incl. information about Ford/Reagan "fairness"

Convention 1976, Tickets (Separate Mailing), July-August 1976

Contests, June-August 1976

Correspondence, late and final, December 1976-January 1977 (2 folders)

Cosmetology Correspondence - Community Leadership Award 1976 (2 folders)

Current Miscellaneous, mainly Vote Fraud and Citizen's Committee for a Fair Election, November-December 1976

Cuayahoga Women's Political Caucus Newsletter, June-September 1975

Davis, Richard H. 1976

Defense, 1976

Democrats, 1976

Democrats - miniconvention, charter, etc. (newsclips)

Ding-bat 3, A Collection of Graphic Do-Dads for College Republican Newsletter Editors. 1973

Domestic Affairs, 1975-1976, No. 1

 

Box 60

Domestic Affairs, 1975-1976, No. 2, incl. newsclips, The United States Budget in Brief Fiscal Year 1977 and Seventy Issues Fiscal Year 1977 Budget

E.R.A., 1974-1976

Economic Policy, 1975-1976

Economy, 1975-1976

Economy - Congress Deficit, 1975

Election 1976 - Primaries, Governors, Congress

Energy, 1975

Evans-Novak Political Report 1976

Executive Meetings, January-July 1976

Farm, 1975-1976

Federal Election Campaign Act Amendments, 1975-1976

Federal Election Commission, September 1975-October 1976 (3 folders)

Federal Energy Administration - Memorandum for Members of the Cabinet, September 15, 1975

Federal Spending, 1975-1976

Finance, 1975-1976

Finance - Confidential, May 1974-October 1976

Finance - Friday Reports, 1973-1976

First Monday, February, May, July 1974

Focus Groups

 

Box 61

Ford, Betty, on CBS - Criticism, August-September, 1975 (4 folders)

Ford, Betty, - Reactions to Form Letter, August-October 1975

Ford, Gerald, Campaign, President Ford Committee, 1975-1976 incl. newsclips

Ford Presidency, The, A Portrait of the First Two Years, August 1976

Foreign Affairs, 1975-1976

Former RNC Chairmen

Free Enterprise (Smaller Government)

Fyi - newsletter, May 1974, February-June 1975 (2 folders)

 

Box 62

G, October, December 1974

Girls Nation, July 18, 1974

GOP Nationalities News, Vol. 4, No. 7, August 1974

GOP State and Elected Officials

Grassroots, July-August 1974

Grassroots '74, George Bush, June 10, 1974

Grassroots, 1974, Seminar Speech

Grassroots, '74, Washington, June 28, 1974

Grassroots News Releases, June-July 2974 (5 folders)

Grassroots Facts, April-July 1974

Grassroots Press Conferences and Coverage, June-July 1974

Grassroots '74, Dallas #1, May-June 1974

Grassroots '74, Portland #2, June 1974

Grassroots '74, Salt Lake #3, June 1974

Grassroots '74, Kansas City #4, July 1974

Grassroots '74, Denver #5, May-June 1974

Grassroots '74, Springfield #6, May-July 1974

Grassroots '74, Tallahassee #7, June-July 1974

Grassroots '74, Charlotte #8, May-June 1974

Grassroots '74, Washington D.C., #9, June 1974

Grassroots '74, Boston #10, July 1974

Grassroots '74, Minneapolis/St. Paul #11, May-August 1974, incl. photographs

Grassroots '74, Nashville #12, May-July 1974

Grassroots '74, Charleston #13, July 1974

Grassroots - Hotels, Correspondence, May-July 1974

 

Box 63

Grassroots - Correspondence re, April-August 1974, incl. a photograph

Grassroots - Speakers Correspondence, June-July 1974

Grassroots Statistics, July 1974

Grassroots Correspondence - Special Letters, July-August 1974

Grassroots Correspondence Evaluating, April-August 1974

Grassroots News Release, May-August 1974

Grassroots Coordinators, July 1974

Grassroots - Miscellaneous materials and brochures, May-July 1974

H, September-November 1974

History of the Republican Party, 1854-1974

Iowa 1973-1976

Iowa - Campaign 1974. incl. Grassroots '74

Iowa Central Committee Information, July 1975-July 1976

Iowa - Dr. Robert C. Jacobson, November 1975

Iowa Women's Political Caucus, 1974-1975

K, November 1974

Koch, Captain William W., November 1976

Labor, 1975-1976

Legislation, 1975

Letters mainly re abortion, August 1976

 

Box 64

Letters of Congratulations as GOP Chairman, September-November 1974

Lincoln Day Speakers and MLS Speech, 1975

Lists, 1975-1976

Legal Matters - Bill Cramer - Ashland Oil Suit, April 1975-July 1976

Legal Matters - Bill Cramer - Baker, Hostetler, Frost & Towers, November 1974-July 1975

Legal Matters - Bill Cramer - Edward Bivens vs. RNC (Black Republicans Suit) 1976?

Legal Matters - Bill Cramer - Committee for Responsible Government, April 1975

Legal Matters - Bill Cramer - Delegate Selection, June 1975-June 1976

Legal Matters - Bill Cramer - Federal Election Commission Advisory Opinions, July 3, 1975

Legal Matters - Bill Cramer - Gulf Oil, March-June 1976

Legal Matters - Bill Cramer - Miami Beach Tourist Development Authority vs. RNC, April-October 1975

Legal Matters - Bill Cramer - Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1975-1976

Legal Matters - Bill Cramer - Ripon Society Suit, October 1975-January 1976 (2 folders)

Legal Matters - Opinion Requests from State Organizations to Cramer, Haber & Becker, March 1975

Legal Matters - Public Funds for Convention Financing, March 6, 1975

Legal Matters - Republican Symbol, July 1975

Legal Matters - RNC Conducted Poll for the President, May 1975

Legal Matters - Rules of Conduct for Senators, March-April 1975

Legal Matters - Television Programs (related questions), February-March 1975

Legal Matters - Tax Treatment of Political Organizations, February 19, 1975

M, October-December 1974

Manual for Boiler Room Operation (Telephone Center) by Mary Ellen Miller, 1974

 

Box 65

Minorities (Blacks), 1975-1976

Minutes of Republican State Chairmen's Meeting, Washington Hilton Hotel, June 25, 1976

Miscellaneous, 1975-1976 (2 folders)

Monroe County Republican Convention Politics '75

National Business Woman, Vol. 55, No. 8, September 1974

National Convention, 1975-1976

National Convention Materials 1976 - Committee Assignments, 1975-1976

National Convention Materials 1976 - Delegate Selection incl. delegate lists

National Convention Materials 1976 - Delegate Selection Procedures by State

National Convention Materials 1976 - 1. General Fact Sheets,  2. Tentative Timetable  3. Working Press Info., 1975-1976

National Convention Materials 1976 - Previous Office of Conventions

National Convention Materials 1976 - Resolutions

National Convention Rules, September 1975-July 1976

National Review, May 1976

National Women's Conference, 1975

New Leaders for America Careers in Politics

News from the Rnc, February 26, 1974, July 1974 (2 folders)

New Releases, August-September 1974

Newsclips, 1974-1976 (4 folders) incl. MLS appointment, Nixon Pardon, Rockefeller VP, ERA, and Convention '76

 

Box 66

1972 Republican National Convention Information

1975 Elections

1975 Republican National Leadership Conference

1976 Program

94th Congress First Session, November 1974-January 1975

Nixon - Watergate, June 1973-August 1974

Nixon, Richard, - Watergate, etc., 1974, incl. First Monday, March 1974 and April 1974

Notices 1975

O, December 1974

Obenshain, Dick, September, 1974-October 1975

P, October 1974

PFC (President Ford Committee)/ RNC Planning Meeting, October-December 1975

PFC/RNC Advisory Committee - PFC/Planning Meeting, 1975-January 1976

PFC/RNC Advisory Committee - Mary Louise Smith, 1975-1976

Party Building, 1975-1976

Party (GOP) - Liberal vs. Conservative, 1975-1976, incl. Ripon Quarterly Journal of Republican Politics and Policy, Winter 1975, Vol. 2 No. 2

Party (GOP) - Philosophy - MLS used in speeches, 1966-1976, incl. Ripon Forum, March 1977, Vol. VII No. 3

Party (GOP) 1975-1976, incl. History of the Republican Party 1854-1973 and Ripon Quarterly Journal of Republican Politics and Policy, Summer 1975, Vol. 2 No. 1

Party - Replies to fund request with desired changes in the party, January 1977

People in the news, 1976

 

Box 67

Photographs - Black and White - President Gerald Ford at table with others

Photographs - Black and White - Mary Louise Smith

Photographs - Black and White - Mary Louise Smith and President Gerald Ford

Photographs - Black and White - Mary Louise Smith, President Ford and others

Photograph - Black and White - Mary Louise Smith and Interviewer

Photographs - Black and White - Mary Louise Smith and others 1974

Photographs - Black and White - Mary Louise Smith and others

Photographs - Black and White - Mary Louise Smith and others

Photographs - Black and White - Mary Louise Smith and Iowa Governor, Robert D. Ray

Photograph - Black and White - Mary Louise Smith and Vice President Nelson Rockefeller

Photograph - Black and White - Mary Louise Smith and American Medical Association Auxiliary Convention, June 17, 1975

Photographs - Black and White - Mary Louise Smith at National Business and Professional Women's Convention

Photographs - Black and White - Mary Louise Smith and others at National Women's Republican Club, March 22, 1975

Photographs - Black and White - Mary Louise Smith at Press Conference (?)

Photographs - Black and White - Capitol Hill Club Press Luncheon June 6, Gary Laurish - Photographer 543-3982

Photographs - Black and White - Mary Louise Smith and others at Women's Political Day, September (?), 1976

Photographs - Black and White - Mary Louise Smith at Nassau County, June 19, 1975, others incl. Joseph Margiotta and Richard Rosenbaum

Photograph - Black and White - Mary Louise Smith and Mt. Rushmore, South Dakota, June 13, 1975

Photograph - Black and White - Mary Louise Smith and others, Pontiac, Michigan, February 13, 1975

Photographs - Black and White - Mary Louise Smith and others, Waukesha, Wisconsin, February 8, 1875

Photograph - Color - President Gerald Ford's Swearing in, incl. President Ford, Betty Ford, and Supreme Court Justice, Warren Burger

Photograph - Color - President Richard Nixon

Photograph - Color - Mary Louise Smith, George Bush and others

Photograph - Color - Mary Louise Smith, her husband - Dr. Elmer Smith and others

Poll Summary, 1975-1976

Platform Committee, June 1976

President Ford (First Year), 1975

President Ford, 1976

Presidential, 1975-1976

Presidential Acceptances, June-October 1975

Presidential Campaign, August 1975-October 1975

Presidential Candidates, 1975-1976

Presidential Forums - League of Women Voters, January 1976

Press Releases, 1974-1976 (3 folders)

Procedures for requests for Presidential Messages, Telegrams, April 17, 1975

Program planning, June 1976

Progress Report of the Spanish-speaking Advisory Committee, September 4, 1974

Protocol and Procedures: a guide to planning and executing a successful political event, 1974

Publications, May-June 1974

 

Box 68

Q, October 24, 1974

R, October-December 1974

Reagent, Ronald, 1975-1976

Research Division Activities, September 1974-1976

Remarks/Speeches/MLS - March, June-July 1974

Republican Congressional Committee Newsletter No. 19, November 18, 1974

Republican Congressional Plan, 1975

Republican Governors Association, 1973-1974

Republican Governors Association Conference, Washington D.C., transcript of proceedings and debate, November 28-30, 1976

Republican Leadership Conference, Washington Hilton Hotel, March 6-8, 1975 incl. photographs

Republican meetings and information, February-March 1975

RNC Executive Committee Meetings, 1974-1976

RNC Members - authority and function

RNC Members Functions, March 22, 1976

RNC Memos - Patronage, August 1975-September 1976

RNC Memos - Staff, September 1975-December 1976

RNC Memos - To RNC Members, March 1975-November 1976

RNC New Members 1976

Republican National Convention, Kansas City, Missouri, August 1976

Republican National Finance Committee, 1973-1974

Republican National Leadership Conference, February-April 1975

Republican News Service, January-March 1976

Republican Party Platform, 1972, 1976

Republican Principles and Republican/Democratic Differences

 

Box 69

Republican Speeches, 1976

Republican Women's Federal Forum, October 9, 1974

Republican Women's Task Forces, 1975

Requests for President, December 1974-October 1975

Resources - Campaign 1976 (eg. information on Jimmy Carter)

Resources - Miscellaneous, 1976

Revenue Sharing, 1975-1976 (2 folders)

Rhodes, John J. - Congressional Record, H-1282, March 3, 1975

Ripon - incl. issues of Ripon Forum and information regarding suit, 1974-1976

Ripon Forum, July-October 1976

Ripon suit - RNC failure - Clarke Reed, November 27, 1974

Rockefeller, Nelson, 1975-1976

Rogers, Gilbert E., The Shopper, P.O. Box 271, Chenango Bridge, New York 13745, September 28, 1976

Rule and Executive Committee Meetings, February-June 1976

Rule 29 - Clippings, June 1974

S, September, December 1974

Select Committee, September 1, 1976

Seminar Thank You's, April-June 1975

Senate Campaigns, 1974-1976

Senate Races, 1975

 

Box 70

Seventy-Four, October 1974

Seventy-Six, Nos. 12, 18, 19-1975, Nos. 1, 3-6, 10, 12, 15, 16 - 1976 (2 folders)

MLS Monthly Travel Schedule, June 1974-August 1975

MLS National Committee Campaign - MLS Announcement Letter, March-April 1976

MLS National Committee Campaign - Responses to Announcement Letter, March-June 1976

MLS Party Programs and Finance, 1976, incl. First Monday, May 1976, June 1976

MLS Personal, 1974-1975

MLS - The Presidency - Issues, Attitudes, State of Party, etc, 1976, incl. First Monday, June 1976 and newsclips

MLS Remarks - Midwest Leadership Conference - Dearborn, Michigan, January 31, 1976

MLS Schedules, December 1975-September 1976

MLS Speeches, November 1974-August 1075 (2 folders)

 

Box 71

MLS Speeches, December 1976-October 1975 (6 folders)

MLS Statements, November 1975-December 1976

Speaking requests (alphabetical), November 1974-August 1975

Speaking requests for MLS, 1975-1976

Speech and letter drafts, 1976 (?)

Staff, 1975-1976

State Chairman's Meeting, January 24-25, Chicago, Illinois, and a little more, January-February 1975

Statements and Messages, May-September 1974

Steering Committee, August-September 1976, incl. two mailgrams from Gerald R. Ford

T, October 16, 1974

Talk Shows

Talking papers, 1976

Telephone log, May-January 1976

 

Box 72

Telephone log, December-May 1976

Thanks (excluding travel), February-August 1974

Two Party System, October 1975

UNA/USA (United Nations Association of the United States of America) Dinner, 1974-1975

VIP Ticket requests - Convention 1976, September 1975-August 1976

Vetoes of President Gerald R. Ford, August 13, 1974-May 30, 1975

Vice President Acceptances, June 1975-January 1976

Vice President Invitations, January 1975-October 1976

Washington Post article by Judy Bachrach about MLS

White House Fact Sheet, December 18, 1974

White House Memos - Dean Burch, October 1974-March 1975

White House Memos - Robert Hartmann, December 1974-November 1975

White House Memos - Miscellaneous, September 1974-November 1975

White House Memos - President Ford, August 1974-February 1975

White House Memos - President Travel, October-December 1975

White House Memos - Don Rumsfeld, April-October 1975

White House Memos - Warren Rustand, May 1974-August 1975

White House Memos - Vice President Rockefeller, September 1875-December 1976

White House - Presidential Invitations, January 1974-February 1975

Women, October 1975

Women - American Women for International Understanding, 1975-1976

Women Candidates/Manual for, August 1974

Women - Capitol Hill Women's Political Caucus Newsletter equal times, 1975-1976

Women - Challenge, April 1974-June 1975, Winning Spirit, May 1976, (National Federation of Republican Women)

Women - International Women's Years (IWY), 1975-1976

Women - Lists, 1974-1976

 

Box 73

Women - National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year, 1975-1977 (7 folders, 6th folder incl. First Annual Report to the Congress on the Child Support Enforcement Program)

 

Box 74

Women - National Commission of the Observance of International Women's Year, 1975-1976 (6 folders, 2nd folder incl. The Legal Status of Homemakers in Louisiana, 3rd folder incl. Teen Times, March/April 1976, and 6th folder incl. "... To form a more Perfect Union..." Justice for American Women)

Women - National Women's Political Caucus, 1975-1976, incl. some newsletters

 

Box 75

Women - Project on the status and education of women by the Association of American Colleges, 1974-1976 incl. issues of On Campus with Women (2 folders)

Women - Republican Women Clubs, 1974-1976

Women - Ripon Forum, July 15, 1975

Women - The Year that became a Decade, 1976

Women - U.S. Center for IWY, 1975

Women - Women Today, August 1974-June 1975

Women - Women's Equity Action League (WEAL), incl. issues of Washington Report, 1975

Women's Division of the Republican Party, 1924-1976

Women's National Republican Club, August-October 1974

Women's Organizations and Leaders - 1975 Directory

Women's Political Caucus - Newsclips, June-August 1974

Young Americans For Freedom (YAF), March-April 1975

Young Republicans, 1975-1976

 

 

 

REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE:  AUDIOVISUAL (audiotapes)

 

Box 76

September 16, 1974, Republican National Committee

September 17, 1974, National Public Radio

September 18, 1974, New Mexico Dinner

September 21, 1974, Young Republicans' Rally Speech, Macomb, Illinois

September 21, 1974, Young Republicans - Press Conference, Macomb, Illinois

September 23, 1974, Des Moines, Iowa Dinner

September 23, 1974, Des Moines Press Conference

September 30, 1974, A Republican looks at the Elections - Interview Mary Louise Smith

October 2, 1974, Washington Press Club, Washington D.C.

October 8, 1974, Presidential Economic Message

October 15, 1974, National Press Club, Washington D.C., Sigma Delta Chi

October 25, 1974, Kansas

October 26, 1974, Thorton Township Dinner, Dolton, Illinois

October 26, 1974, Press Conference, Chicago, Illinois

November 3, 1974, Meet the Press (2 tapes)

November 6, 1974, Mary Louise Smith

November 14, 1974, RNC Press Conference

November 25, 1974, Crisis in America Democracy Class, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia (2 tapes)

December 2, 1974, Republican Governors' Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, Mary Louise Smith (2 tapes)

December 11, 1974, Washington Journalism Center Conference for Journalists on Women's Movement

May 16, 1975, Seminar Speech - Oklahoma City

June 19, 1975, New York Press Conference, Raleigh Press Conference

Late 1975-Early 1976, MLS Press Conference, Washington

July 1976, MLS, South Dakota (and other side 1974, 0-308 Kiwanis Speech 8/9 George Bush?)

July 15, 1976, Capitol Hill Reports

July 15, 1976, News Conference, Columbus, Ohio

July 16, 1976, TV Interview - WMAL-7 (ABC), Deloris Handy, TV Interview - WTOP-9 (CBS) "9 in the morning", Nancy Dickerson

September 15, 1976, US Jaycee's Speech

September 1976, MLS - Kansas City Chamber of Commerce and Press Conference

September 17, 1976, Press Briefing re Reagent Program - CHC

September 22, 1976, MLS - Republican Women of Capitol Hill

October 7, 1976, MLS - Press Conference - Grand Forks, North Dakota, also Dinner at Westward Ho

October 9, 1976, North Dakota - Fargo - MLS Press Conference and Elkin Luncheon; Fargo Holiday Inn Press Conference, Moorhead, Minnesota

October 10, 1976, Lancaster Reception and Press Conference

October 20, 1976, Chicago, Illinois Press Conference, Chicago Business and Professional Women's Speech, Chicago Bar Association Building

 

Michigan Candidate Political Ad - 5th district - not MLS

Dick Richards for Republican National Chairman, incl. message from Dick and Testimonials for Dick

 

REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE:  NOTEBOOKS

 

Box 76A

Appointment Calendars - Daily and Weekly, 1974-1976 (6)

Republican National Hispanic Assembly of the United States

 

Box 77

FEC (Federal Election Commission) Campaign Guides

Federal Election Law Manual

Federal Election Commission Book

Members of Republican National Committee, 1974

 

Box 78

Federal Election Campaign Law Seminars

Campaign Seminars

Seminar Program (2)

 

Box 79

Action Course in Practical Politics

The Elephant's New Clothes: Toward a Redefinition of Republicanism

1973 Republican Almanac

 

Box 80

Republican Governors Association 1973-1974 (2)

1973 Republican Almanac

 

Box 81

Republican Governors Association 1975-1976 (2)

Women in Politics

 

Box 82

Campaign '74 Factbook

Convention Book - 1976 - Mary Louise Smith

1976 Republican National Convention

 

Box 83

1976 Delegates

Candidates for Primary Election

1976 Republican National Convention, Kansas City, Missouri, August 16 - 4+ days, Kemper Arena

 

Box 84

The Democrat Presidential Watch Prepared by the Research Division RNC

Walter F. Mondale Quotebook by RNC

Compliance with Federal Election Campaign Requirements: A Guide for Candidates by American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Lists - Republican National Committee, State Chairman, RNC Staff and other GOP Organizations

 

Box 85

Campaign Management College 1976 Republican National Committee (2 books)

Transcript of Republican National Committee:

            Mayflower Hotel, Washington D.C., Monday September 16, 1974

            International Ballroom East, Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington D.C., March 5-6, 1975 (2 books)

            Commonwealth Ballroom, Marrio H Twin Bridges Motel, Arlington, Virginia, September 8-9, 1975 (2 books)

            Sheraton National Hotel, Arlington, Virginia, February 25-28, 1976 (3 books)

            Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington D.C., June 24-26, 1976 (4 books)

Final Meeting of the Current Republican National Committee, Junior and Grand Ballrooms, Radisson Muehleback Hotel, Kansas City, Missouri, Wednesday August 11, 1976, 10:20 am.

Meeting of the Republican National Committee - Full Committee, Grand and Junior Ballroom, Radisson Muelheback Hotel, Kansas City, Missouri, Friday August 20, 1976, 9:10 am

 

Box 86

National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year, 1975

Women in Public Service - Women's Division RNC

 

ACCESSION TWO

Box 87

PERSONAL

Aphorisms and prayers, 1962, 1966 and undated

Appointment calendars, August 2-August 22, 1976

Biographical, 1952-1985 and undated

Certificates, 1973-1983 (see also Oversized)

Invitations

White House, 1969-1982

Miscellaneous, 1971-1985 and undated

Mementos (see also Oversized)

General (3 folders)

"A Birthday Party for Gloria Steinem"

Political bumper stickers

Programs and flyers

1968-1979

folder 1

 

Box 88

folder 2

1980s (2 folders)

Undated

School notebooks, 1933-1934

"Sex Differences in Political Communication:  One Woman's View," by Judy C. Pearson [NEEDS RELEASE FORM]

 

CORRESPONDENCE

1960-1961, Appointment to State Commission for the Blind

1963 (2 folders)

1964

General

January-April (5 folders)

 

Box 89

May-December (4 folders)

Iowa congressional districts

Fifth

Sixth

Personal

1965

General (4 folders)

Iowa congressional districts (6 folders)

Mary Brooks Tour

1966

State candidates

Iowa congressional districts (6 folders)

1967

General

Iowa congressional districts (6 folders)

 

Box 90

1968

General

Iowa Congressional districts (6 folders)

State candidates

1969

General

Iowa congressional districts (4 folders)

State candidates

United Nations Population Commission

1970

General

Iowa congressional districts (6 folders)

President's Commission on the Observance of the 25th Anniversary of the United Nations

1971

General

Iowa congressional districts (6 folders)

State candidates

Robert Blue re: Administration on Aging

 

Box 91

1972

General

Iowa congressional districts (6 folders)

State candidates

Requests (to others) for appearances

1973

General

Iowa congressional districts (6 folders)

State candidates

Third Extraordinary General Conference of UNESCO

Requests (to others) for appearances

Iowa Women's Political Caucus

1974

General

Iowa congressional districts (2 folders)

State candidates

Letters of congratulations (from scrapbook)

1975

1976

 

Box 92

1977 (12 folders)

1978 (11 folders)

 

Box 93

1979 (12 folders)

1980 (12 folders)

1981

General (12 folders)

Republicans for Choice

 

Box 94

1982 (12 folders)

1983

General (12 folders)

U.S. Commission on Civil Rights controversy

 

Box 95

1984 (12 folders)

1985

January-September (9 folders)

 

Box 96

October-December (3 folders)

1986

1987

Undated (1960s-early 1970s)

Iowa congressional districts (4 folders)

 

SPEECHES

Before 1963

1964-1965

1965-1966

1966-1969

1973

RNC Chair

Book 1--September 1974-March 1975 (3 folders, index in folder 1)

Book 2--April-June 1975 (3 folders, index in folder 1)

 

Box 97

Book 3--July-September, 1975 (3 folders, index in folder 1)

Book 4--October 1975-January 1976 (2 folders, index in folder 1)

February 7-April 27, 1976 (3 folders, index in folder 1)

May 1976-August 1976 convention (2 folders, index in folder 1)

September 15 1976-end of chairmanship

 

Box 98

Commentary, 1976

1977 (2 folders)

1978 (2 folders)

1979

1980

1981-1985

Undated

Probably 1964-1969

Probably 1970s-1980s

By others

 

REPUBLICAN PARTY

Iowa

Elections

1960

Convention, platform

General

Polk County

Committeewoman campaign

Committeewoman election, role call vote

1966

Precinct caucuses

Convention

Candidates

 

Box 99

1968

Convention

General

Challenge to H.R. Gross' selection as a delegate to national convention

Committeewoman campaign

"Tribute to Hick" dinner

Candidates

Inauguration of Governor Ray, 1969

1970

Convention

Candidates

1972

Convention

"Toward 1972"

Candidates

Inauguration of Governor Ray, 1973

1974

Convention

Candidates

1978

Convention

Candidates

Inauguration of Governor Ray, 1979

1980

Convention

Precinct caucuses

Candidates

1984

Convention

Undated campaigns

 

Box 100

State Central Committee

Constitution of the Republican party of Iowa, 1974-1978

Fundraising

General

1968

1972

1974

1977

Buck Night

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969, 1972, 1973

Iowa Republican County handbook, 1966

Member lists

ISCC

1966-1971, 1977

County officers, 1965-1977 (7 folders)

Memos and press releases, April 1964-December 1967

1973, miscellaneous

"Party Line" (newsletter)

1964-1966

Polk County

1967-1969

General, 1964-1973

Newsletters, 1966-1973 (scattered)

Printed material

Republican State Council meeting, 1974

 

Box 101

Vice President Bush tour, 1981

News clippings, 1964-1969

Pamphlets and campaign materials, ca. 1960s

Miscellaneous

National

Elections

1964

Convention

Candidate and platform issues

Correspondence

Iowa delegation

Program

Women's division convention packet

Miscellaneous

Campaign

Goldwater literature and publicity materials

Goldwater printed material

 

Box 102

Goldwater speeches

William Scranton speech, March 1964

Iowa

Iowans for Goldwater

"Why Not Victory in Iowa?"

Newspaper clippings

Organization and strategies

"Ultra-Conservatism in the 1964 Presidential Election," St. Louis Dispatch

"Victory Manual"

1968

Convention

Committee on Arrangements

General

Correspondence

Meeting, February 1968

Other Committees

Correspondence and memos

Iowa delegation

 

Box 103

Memorabilia

Printed material

Program

"Who's Who at Convention '68"

Women's events

Miscellaneous

Inauguration, 1969

Inaugural committee

Mementoes

Programs

1972

Convention

General

Committee lists and resolutions

Committee on Arrangements

Material from notebook

Subcommittee on transportation

 

Box 104

Resolutions

General

Testimony

Platform

Correspondence, re: pages

Iowa delegation

Mementoes

Newspaper clippings

Printed material (3 folders)

 

Box 105

Rule 30

Campaign

Committee to Re-Elect the President

General materials from notebook

Absentee voters

Correspondence (Iowa and national)

Iowa

General materials from notebook

Correspondence, receipts, and ads for campaign buttons, stickers, jewelry

Lists of volunteers and district chairs

Miscellaneous

Memos (Iowa and national)

Other division heads (non-Iowa)

Pamphlets

Press releases

"The Re-Elector" (newsletter)

"Target:  72 Days to Victory"

Brochures and campaign literature

 

Box 106

"Campaign Seminar" (Official manual of the RNC)

Iowa

News clippings

Nixon speeches and statements

Nixon's views on population growth

RNC research reports

Miscellaneous

Inauguration, 1973

Inaugural committee

Mementos

1976 [See also Accession One]

Convention

Campaign

President Ford Committee

Campaign Briefing Book (2 folders)

 

Box 107

Liquidation trust, December 1976-October 1977

Speech kit

1980

Convention

Committee on Arrangements

Site Selection

General

Contract with the City of Detroit

Detroit materials

Letters supporting various cities

Material from notebook

Statements by the press, October 1978

Other committees

Invitations

Iowa delegation

 

 

Box 108

Newspaper clippings

Smith

Other

Printed material

Speech by Smith

Campaign

Other candidates (not Bush or Reagan)

George Bush

Correspondence, 1978-1980

Iowa (1979-1980)

National

Newspaper clippings

Reagan-Bush Committee

"The Carter Record"

Material from notebook

Press releases

 

Box 109

RNC Public Affairs Department, material from notebook

Women's Policy Advisory Board

General

Correspondence

Memoranda

Minutes

Newspaper clippings

Miscellaneous

Inauguration, 1981

Correspondence

Mementos

1984

Convention

Assembled news clippings, February-May, 1984

Committee and member lists

Committees

Arrangements

General

 

Box 110

Dallas information packet, 1983

Materials from notebook

"100 day report"

Site Selection

General

Assembled news clippings and press releases, 1981-1982

Correspondence, 1982

Dallas convention center

Dallas materials

Evaluation criteria

Letters of interest

Site City agreement, August 16, 1982

Rules

Correspondence, 1983-1984

Delegates

Iowa delegation

Memos and meeting minutes

Newspaper clippings

Smith

Other

 

Box 111

Printed material

Miscellaneous

Campaign

Republican Mainstream Committee

Newspaper clippings

Moderate Republicans

Other

Stump Speech on the Recovery

1988

Campaign

General

Bush-Quayle National Coalition leaders' Manual

 

Box 112

Republican National Committee

1964-1969

Committee on Convention Reforms, 1966-1967

General

Correspondence

Meeting, September

Newspaper clippings

Report, January

"Contract for '68"

Correspondence and press releases, Aug. 1964-April 1969

Duties and functions of the RNC

Member lists

Midwest Regional Republican conference, November 1964

MORE program, 1966

Newspaper clippings

"Opportunities Unlimited," 1967

Pamphlets, 1960s

Printed material

Republican Research Reports, 1968-1969

Ripon Society Report on 1964 election

Miscellaneous

 

Box 113

1969-1974

Midwest Regional Republican conference, October 1971

Member/officer lists

"Action Now:  A Republican Party Program for Voluntary Community Involvement," 1969

Correspondence and Memos, May 1969-February 1974

Fact Sheets and speech material, 1972-1973

General

"Gist"

Talking Papers

Midwest States Campaign Management seminar, 1971

Talks and Schedules

Notes

"Mission '70's," 1970

Pamphlets, 1972

Press releases

Printed material

 

Box 114

Republican almanac (2 folders)

Republican National Leadership Conference, 1972

Republican House Delegations by Region and State, 1966-1972 (2 folders)

Watergate

Background and sample speeches

Congressional press comments

Democrats

Republicans

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

 

Box 115

1974-1977 [See First Accession]

Finance 2759

"First Monday" (newsletter), March 1974-January/February 1977

Smith statements (as chair)

November 1975-December 1976

Undated

Meeting, January 1977

Press releases, October 1975-November 1976

Speeches by Republicans

White House news conferences mentioning Smith, 1975

1977-1980

Budgets and treasury reports, 1977-1979

Correspondence and press releases

Member lists and party organization

Pamphlets, 1978-1979

Partisan maps

Printed material

 

Box 116

Miscellaneous

1980-1984

Campaign Resource Book, 1984

Discussion on Report of the Commission on Excellence in Education, 1983

Member directory

Patronage report, 1981

Memos

Press releases and meeting minutes

Printed material

Printed material (not RNC)

 

Box 117

Political Division Handbook

Republican Almanac

1981

1984

Miscellaneous Republican materials

 

Box 118

Women's organizations and activities

Iowa Council of Republican women

Directories, 1959-1973

Miscellaneous, 1963-1964

Local Republican women's clubs

National Federation of Republican Women

Biennial conventions

14th (1967)

16th (1971)

17th (1973)

"Challenge," (newsletter) 1972-1983 (scattered)

Iowa chapter

Absentee voter project, 1972

Conferences

1973

1979, 1981

"Iowa Indicator" (newsletter) 1971-1973, 1984

Printed material

Miscellaneous, 1967-1977

RNC Women's Division

Republican women's conferences

13th (1965)

General

Arrangements

14th (1966)

Correspondence

Memos from Mary Brooks

Arrangements

Newspaper clippings

Remarks by Smith

 

Box 119

Financial records

Miscellaneous

15th (1967)

General

Newspaper clippings

16th (1968)

General

Newspaper clippings

17th (1969)

General

Genie Wilson materials

18th (1972)--Midwestern regional

Pamphlets

"A Guide for Republican Women Leaders"

"Campaign Correspondence Course," 1964

Republican Women's Leadership Council, 1970

Republican Women's Leadership Conference, 1983--briefing book

Republican Women's Task Force

General

Newsletters

Women's National Republican Club, 1963

Jerry Miller tour of Iowa, 1965

 

Box 120

Printed material on women's role in politics, 1960s-1970s

Materials on women in the Republican Party, 1965-1980

Youth

Teen-Age Republicans

Young Republicans

General

"Iowa Young Republican on the Move," 1966

College Republicans

ISCC Young Voters Division

Newspaper clippings

Registration campaigns

Older voters

 

Box 121

NON-PARTISAN WOMEN’S ORGANIZATIONS

American Women for International Understanding

Iowa ERA Coalition

Anti-ERA

Budget and bylaws, 1979

Correspondence, 1979

Mailings

Member lists and contacts

Newsletters

Newspaper clippings

Republicans and the ERA

Illinois Republican women trip to promote ERA, 1980

Miscellaneous

Resources for speakers

Resource packet

Smith statement, November 1978

Miscellaneous

International Women's Year

1975

National Commission on the Observance of IWY newsletters, 1977-1978

Iowa Women's Meeting, 1977

National Women's Conference, 1977

Material from groups opposed

Memos and press releases, 1977-1980

Participant questionnaire

Newspaper clippings

 

Box 122

Printed material

General

"To Form a More Perfect Union"

"The Spirit of Houston"

Republican Women for IWY

"The Status of American Women"

Miscellaneous

National Women's Political Caucus

General

Iowa Women's Political Caucus

 

Box 123

COMMISSIONS

United Nations Population Commission, 1969

General

Agenda items, U.S. positions

Agenda and text of reports

Mementos

Printed material

Smith notes and remarks

Travel vouchers

Resources on population (3 folders)

President's Commission for the Observance of the 25th Anniversary of the United Nations, 1970

General, 1970-1972

Press releases

Printed material

Smith notes and remarks

 

Box 124

U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (1981-1984)

Appropriation hearings

1984

Request for Appropriation

Briefing materials

Affirmative action

General

Williams v. City of New Orleans

Budget, FY 1985

Busing, 1982-1983

Correspondence, memos, and press releases, 1981-1983

Education budget, FY 1984

Feminization of poverty

Final report, 1983

House hearings on Commission's extension legislation, 1983

Iowa Advisory Committee, rechartering, 1982

 

Box 125

Policy positions

1981

Index terms

Printed material (3 folders)

Program activities and plans, FY 1982-1984

Reappointment controversy, 1983

Regional advisory meeting, 1982

 

Box 126

"Serving Indian Reservations with federal block grants," 1983

Sex discrimination

Title IX

General, December 1982-March 1984)

University of Richmond v. Bell, 1982-1983

News clippings, 1984

Grove City v. Bell (material from notebook)

Voting Rights Act

"Without Justice," by the Leadership Council on Civil Rights, 1982

Newspaper clippings

Affirmative action

African-Americans

Reagan's decision not to reappoint Smith (2 folders)

USCCR

Miscellaneous

U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (1981-1984) (cont.)

Miscellaneous

 

Box 127

OTHER AFFILIATIONS

Committee on the Constitutional System

Dial Corporation

General

Correspondence, 1980-1982

Elderhostel, 1981

General

Catalogue

Fund for America's Future, 1985

The Learning Channel

General, 1984-1986

Correspondence, 1984

National Peace Institute

Agendas, minutes, participant lists, 1985-1986

Correspondence and memos, 1985

Miscellaneous

Program Corporation of America, 1979-1980

General

Correspondence

United Nations Association

Iowa

National

Victorian Society in America, Iowa chapter, 1983-1985 (includes correspondence)

Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, 1978-1979

General

Correspondence

 

Box 128

CONFERENCES AND TASK FORCES

"Education for Action" Republican workshop, April 1965

"Opportunities Unlimited" (RNC), University of Iowa, 1967

Iowa Republican Leadership Conference, 1974

National Town Meeting, 1978

Drake University

Project Re-entry mentor workshop, 1979

Woman school, 1980

The Parties and the Nominating Process, 1981

Duke University forum on presidential nominations, 1981

General

Background material (folder 1)

 

Box 129

Background material (folder 2)

Additional materials

Sixty-second American Assembly on the Future of the Political Parties in America, 1982

Seneca Falls Women's History Conference, 1982 (2 folders)

Corporate Governance and the Advancement of Women, 1982

 

Box 130

Twentieth Century Fund's Task force on PACs, 1982-1983

General

Background paper by Frank Sorauf

Hearings before the House Committee on Elections

Newspaper clippings

Reports

Iowa Management Training Board's Seminar on EEO and Affirmative Action, 1983

Governor's Beer and Liquor Control Study task force, 1983

National Women's Political Caucus convention, 1983

Beyond Rubies, 1984

Ripon Society's Fall Issues Conference, 1983

Iowa Human Services Forum, 1984

 

Box 131

National Women's Political Caucus, 1985

All the Women that We Are, 1985

U.S. 88:  A New Road to the White House, 1987

 

NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Mary Louise Smith

1968-1993 (25 folders)

Elmer Smith

 

Box 132

RESOURCES

Aging, ca. 1971

Campaign organizing, ca. 1960s

General

Printed material

Electoral college

General

Newspaper clippings

Family Protection Act (Jepsen-Smith), 1981

Fundraising appeals

ca. 1960s

ca. 1970s

Health care

Iowa General Assembly legislative reports, 1974

 

Box 133

Lincoln Day speech material

New right

General

Newspaper clippings

General

Dee Jepsen

Republican party

Republican philosophies, news clippings

Speeches and speech writing

Speech writing

General

Notes

Notes and resources for speeches on women and politics

Speeches by Republicans

Miscellaneous pamphlets

Women

General (3 folders)

 

Box 134

Center for the American Woman and Politics:  Women in Public Office

Sue Follon, "Role Models and Mentors" [NEEDS RELEASE]

Histories of Republican and Democratic women

Newsletters

"Non-Traditional Occupations for Women of the Hemisphere," 1974

U.S. Department of Labor printed material

"Feminization of Poverty . . . Is this Happening in Iowa?"

Republican women, news clippings

"A Woman's Guide to Washington D.C.," 1973

Women and politics, newspaper clippings

 

PHOTOGRAPHS (see also Oversized and Framed)

Mary Louise Smith

Studio photographs and printing plates, undated

Publicity candids, undated

 

Box 135

Mary Louise Smith et. al.

1964-1966

1968-1972

Republican Women's Conference, 1968

Debriefing of U.S. delegation to the U.N. Population Commission, December, 1969

Miscellaneous

1973

1974

1976

Republican National Convention

From commemorative scrapbook

From scrapbook compiled by James A. Ireland, convention architect

Slides

1977-1980

1981-1985

RNC Site Selection Committee, Detroit, 1981-0r 1984

Undated

Autographed by subjects

Smith family members

Anna Lomas

 

PHOTOGRAPHS—FRAMED  (unboxed)

1976 Convention

Smith, Gerald Ford, George Bush, et. al. in Oval Office

Smith and Nelson Rockefeller

 

Box 137

OVERSIZED (boxed)

Certificates

Photographs

Mementos

Framed photograph of Smith with Richard Nixon and George Bush

Loose, rolled certificates

 

Box 138

SCRAPBOOKS

1964 national presidential election

 

Box 139

1964 committeewoman campaign

 

 

AUDIOVISUAL

Videocassettes [shelved in video cassette collection]

"Why Business Men Should be Involved in Politics," Young President's Organization forum featuring Smith et. al. (2 parts)

Audiocassettes [shelved in audiocassette collection: AC104-AC108]

Smith for Governor Bob Ray (AC104)

National Black Republican Caucus (1982) (AC105)

"Why Business Men Should Be Involved in Politics," Young Presidents Organization forum featuring Smith et. al. (AC106)

ERAmerica Radio Campaign (AC107)

Speech by Smith, 1974(?) (AC108)

 

ACCESSIONS THREE, FOUR, AND FIVE

Box 140

»PERSONAL
PERSONAL

Appointment calendars, 1964-1981 (5 folders)

 

Box 141

Appointment calendars, 1982-1996 (6 folders)

 

Box 142

Autobiographical, 1987-1991 and undated

Biographies/resumes, 1978-1996

Estate planning, 1992-1995

Interviews, oral history transcripts, biographical data, 1978-1992 and undated

Programs, 1975-1989(2 folders)

Awards, 1977, 1984-1990 and undated

 

CORRESPONDENCE

1966-1969

1970-1975

1976-1979

1980-1985

 

Box 143

1986 (3 folders)

1987 (3 folders)

1988 (2 folders)

 

Box 144

1989 (2 folders)

1990 (2 folders)

1991 (2 folders)

1992 (2 folders)

 

Box 145

1993 (6 folders)

1994 (6 folders)

 

Box 146

1995 (6 folders)

1996

January-May (2 folders)

 

Box 147

June-December (4 folders)

1997

January-June (3 folders)

Undated (primarily 1986-1992)

 

Box 148

Christmas Cards (from politicians)

1965-1996 (5 folders)

Christmas Cards (from White House)

1969-1996 (2 folders)

Christmas Cards (Smith’s), 1960s

Christmas Card list, undated

 

Box 149

SPEECHES

1964, 1974-1975

1976

1977

1978-1980

1981-1983

1984-1985

1986

1987

1988

 

Box 150

1989-1990

1991

1992-1994

1995-1996

Undated and scraps of speeches

 

REPUBLICAN PARTY

Iowa

Elections

1978

Campaign

Governor Ray

Re-election committees

Press releases, newspaper clippings

Statements by Ray

Correspondence (2 folders)

 

Box 151

General files

Correspondence, 1985-1992 and undated

Iowa Federation of Republican Women, 1970-1989

Printed materials, 1964-1992 and undated  (2 folders; oversized items shelved in map case:  drawer 5)

Ripon Conference, 1984

Republican women, 1960-1996 (2 folders)

"Republican Governor's Association Reapportionment Panel," 1989 (VHS, 1 hour, 20 minutes) [shelved in videocassette collection: V118]

Newspaper clippings, 1978-1996 (2 folders)

 

National

Elections

1976

Convention and campaign [chairman's badge shelved in oversized, box 16x]

Miscellaneous, 1972-1976

1984

Newspaper clippings

1986

Newspaper clippings

 

Box 152

1988

Convention

Campaign

George Bush

Correspondence and speeches

1986

1988

Organization, strategy, schedules

Newspaper clippings

Publications, stickers and advertising

Inauguration, 1989

1992

Convention and campaign

Newspaper clippings

1996

Convention

 

Republican National Committee

Calendars, business card and Washington Social list, 1974-1978 and undated [oversized calendar shelved in map case:  drawer 5]

Correspondence, 1975-1989 (2 folders)

Members list, 1972

 

General files

Correspondence, 1986-1993 (2 folders)

Republican Coalition for Choice, 1989

Republican Eagles' Anniversary, 1990 [oversized item shelved in map case]

 

Box 153

Republican Mainstream Committee, 1986-1992 and undated

Republican Majority Coalition, 1993

Ripon Society and other moderate Republican organizations, 1974-1992 and undated

Veteran's preference bill, 1978

Miscellaneous Party materials, 1967-1978 and undated

First Monday, 1978, 1988

Newspaper clippings

Abortion, 1989

George Bush's presidency,

State of the Party, 1976-1992 and undated

Women's organizations

National Republican Coalition for Choice and the GOP Feminist Caucus of Minnesota, 1988-1992

Pro-Choice America and MLS's "Republican Woman of the Century" Award, 1990-1992 [scroll shelved in oversized box 152]

 

NON-PARTISAN WOMEN’S ORGANIZATIONS

Business Link, Women’s Business Directory, 1995

Center for American Women and Politics, 1992-1995 (2 folders)

 

Box 154

Chrysalis Foundation, 1987-1996 (3 folders)

ERA Iowa '92

Correspondence, pamphlets and newsletter, 1991-1992 and undated

Business and Professional Women of Iowa video advocating for ERA Iowa, undated (VHS, 18 minutes) [shelved in videocassette collection: V120]

Iowa Women’s Archives, 1990-1994

Iowa Women’s Hall of Fame, 1991-1995

Iowa Women’s Political Caucus, 1985 and 1996

National Abortion Rights Action League, 1989

National Women’s Hall of Fame (Sara Lee Frontrunner Award), 1991 (2 folders)

 

Box 155

National Women's Political Caucus, 1980-1991 and undated [oversized newspapers shelved in map case: drawer 5]

Planned Parenthood Federation of America, 1987-1991

Planned Parenthood in Iowa

Correspondence, 1986-1992

Printed materials, 1987-1991 and undated

Women's Economic Development Group Enterprises, 1989

Young Women's Resource Center

Correspondence and program, 1989

Videotape of "Reflections of Visionary Women," 1989 (VHS, 1 hour, 7 minutes) [shelved in videotape collection: V117]

 

OTHER AFFILIATIONS

Des Moines Area

Chinese Cultural Center, 1997

Human Rights Commission, 1993-1997 (3 folders)

Interfaith Alliance, 1997 (2 folders)

 

Box 156

Iowa Future Project, 1988-1989 and undated

Iowa Methodist Medical Center

Correspondence and script of "Living Longer--Better," 1990-1991

"Living Longer--Better," 1990 (VHS, 29 minutes) [shelved in videocassette collection: V119]

"Keeping the Dream Alive," 1987-1992

Miscellaneous, 1988-1992

Orchard Place, 1986-1992 and undated

YWCA of Greater Des Moines, 1984-1990

Higher education

Drake University

Continuing education course, 1980-1983

Board of Trustees, 1980-1997 (3 folders)

University of Iowa

Women's Athletics Program, 1981-1988

Iowa Endowment 2000, 1984-1992

University of Northern Iowa, 1983, 1988-1989

 

Box 157

Peace groups

Beyond War, 1986-1988

Beyond War Award

Correspondence and nomination information, 1986-1991 and undated

"The 1987 Beyond War Award Ceremony," (VHS, 1 hour, 20 minutes) [shelved in videocassette collection: V115]

International Peace Walk, 1988

Iowa Peace Institute, 1987-1992

National Peace Institute, 1989-1991

STAR*PAC

Correspondence and pamphlets, 1987-1988

"The 1988 Presidential Election" video (VHS, 29 minutes) [shelved in videocassette collection: V116]

US Institute of Peace, 1992-1997 (4 folders)

 

Box 158

Politics

American Political Foundation, 1980

Citizens to Protect the Constitution, 1987-1991 and undated

People for the American Way, 1985-1992 (2 folders)

Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights, 1987-1991 and undated

The Taft Institute for Two-Party Government, 1977-1988 (2 folders)

UN Association-Iowa Division, 1987

The Washington Center, 1986

 

Box 159

CONFERENCES AND TASK FORCES

Duke University Forum on Presidential Nominations, 1981

"The Parties and the Presidential Nominating Process," Harvard University, 1981

Young Iowan's Leadership Seminar, 1982

Miscellaneous conferences, 1982

"Women as Leaders" symposium, The Washington Center, 1985-1987

Market Forces Task Force of the Health Policy Corporation of Iowa, 1985-1986

Drake Leadership Conference, 1986

Iowans Speak Out on Central America, 1986

"Getting to Peace:  A Midwest Approach," the United States Institute of Peace, 1986

"For and About Women," Iowa Methodist Medical Center, 1986

"The Legacy of a Constitution That Was Neither Color-Blind Nor Gender Neutral:  Reappraisal of Affirmative Action," Ames, Iowa, 1987

Box 159

"Conference on the Peace Agenda in Iowa," 1987, 1988, 1991

AAUW Conference, Houston, TX, 1987

Bishop Dingman Task Force--Political Committee, 1987-1988

"Women and the Constitution:  Life, Liberty and Property," Iowa City, Iowa, 1987

"The Uncertain Trumpet:  Confusion and Clarity in American Political Images," Norman, Oklahoma, 1987

“Abortion in America in the 80s,” Des Moines, 1987

United Nations Iowa Youth Symposium, 1987

 

Box 160

Women's Agenda Conference, Des Moines, Iowa, 1988

"The Crash of '87:  Causes, Consequences and Implications," Des Moines, Iowa, 1988

The Iowa Centennial Memorial Foundation, 1988 and 1992 (award to Carrie Chapman Catt)

Douglas College Public Leadership Education Network Spring Forum, 1988

UI Elderhostel on Writing Memoirs, 1988

Ninth Annual Central States Conference on Advocacy in Aging, 1988

"Positive Side of Aging" panel, 1988

"In the Service of Their Country:  Women During the Eisenhower Era," Abilene, Kansas, 1988

"From Iowa to the White House:  National Conference on the Media Role in the 1988 Presidential Campaign," 1988

Task Forces for the State of Iowa, 1989

"Civil Rights in America:  The Struggle and the Dream," Ames, Iowa, 1989

“Women’s Place is in the House... and in the Senate,” 1989

“Women and Leadership,” Des Moines Junior League, 1989

Des Moines Select Committee on Drug Abuse

1989-1990

1991

"The Future is Now" Forum, Johnston, Iowa, 1990

"Family Planning and the Future of American Families," Dallas, Texas, 1990

“25th Anniversary of the Iowa Civil Rights Commission,” 1990

 

Box 161

"I'm Not Done Yet" Conference, Des Moines, Iowa, 1991

Eagle Grove Jaycees, 1992

"The New Older Woman," Esalen Institute, California, 1992

Reform Committee on Government Ethics and Procedures, Des Moines, Iowa, 1992 (2 folders)

"Ourtown Community Problem-Solving Workshop, 1992

International Brotherhood/Sisterhood Banquet [CIU], 1992

“Iowa Women’s Voices,” Ames, 1993

Iowa’s 75th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage,” Des Moines, 1995

Iowa Centennial Memorial Foundation, 1996

“Campaigns, Policy, and the Press,” Ames, 1996

 

Box 161

Dinner Celebrating Mary Louise Smith (George Bush as fundraiser), Ames, 1996

National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1996

“The Uses of Suffrage,” UI/Iowa Women’s Archives, Iowa City, 1996

“The Trouble with Washington,” Gerald Ford Library, Ann Arbor, 1996

 

Box 162

NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

1925, 1927-1928, 1962-1976 and undated

1986, 1989

1990

1991

1992

1993-1997

 

TOPICAL FILES

Abortion, 1978-1996 (2 folders)

Aging, 1981-1991

Iowa, miscellaneous printed materials, 1986-1991 and undated

Politics

Commentary, 1975-1991 and undated

About the process, 1973-1987 and undated

Religious Right and Republicans, 1990-1995

Miscellaneous printed materials, 1976-1988 and undated

Resumes, undated

Speechwriting quotations and sources, 1965-1981

 

Box 163

United States Capitol Historical Society reports, 1990-1992

Women

General, 1971-1992 and undated

Women in politics, 1956-1989 and undated

Sorority magazines, 1972-1974 and 1986

 

PHOTOGRAPHS

Formal Portraits, 1975-1995

1988

1989-1992 and undated

Others, 1986-1992

 

ARTIFACTS

"Roosevelt's Creed" wall hanging, "supersisters" trading cards, identification badges, 1976-1982 and undated

Identification badges, buttons, and ribbons

 

Box 164

Family bible, 1812

 

Oversize

Republican Party           

National

Elections

1976

Chairman's convention badge

Women's organizations

"Republican Woman of the Century" scroll, 1992

 

 

 


 

APPENDIX ONE:  INDEX TO BOXES 1-86.

           

            See also the card file index  available in the archives.

 

The number designates the box in which the material is located.

 

A

 

Abortion, 27, 63

Advertising, 40

Agriculture, 1, 60

Akron, Ohio, 16, 50

Alabama, 13, 52

Albuquerque, New Mexico, 15, 49A

Alexandria, Virginia, 52

Amelia Island, Florida, 53

American Bankers, 53

American Medical Association Auxiliary, 52, 67

American Newspaper Women's Club, 56

American Women for International Understanding, 72

Amnesty, 1

Anchor Club, The, 36

Archer, Bill, 11

Arizona, 13

Arkansas, 13, 51

Arlington, Virginia, 56A, 85

Arthur Anderson & Co. 25

Ashland Oil, 64

Association of Home Economist Administrators, 54

Atlantic City, New Jersey, 52

Augusta, Maine, 53

 

 

B

 

Bachrach, Judy, 72

Baker, Hostetler, Frost & Towers, 64

Baltimore, Maryland, 52

Bartlett, Joe, 3

Bay City, Michigan, 51

Berry, Robert, 3

Bertini, Cathy, 29

Bivens, Edward, 64

Blacks, see Minoritites, Ethnic, Heritage

Bond, Christopher, 24

Boston, Massachusetts, 52, 62

Bozell & Jacobs, Inc., 57

Brown, Herman, 43

Burch, Dean, 72

Burger, Warren, 67

Burlington County, New Jersey, 56

Bush, George, 62, 67

Business and Professional Women's Club, 54, 56, 67, 76

 

 

C

 

California, 5, 13, 51, 52, 53, 54, 56

Cambodia, 34

Canton, Ohio, 56

Capitol Hill Club, 41, 42, 53, 54, 67

Carpenter, Liz, 9

Carter, Jimmy, 23, 57, unboxed

Casper, Wyoming, 52

Century Club, 14

Chairmen, State, see State Chairmen

Charleston, West Virginia, 62

Charlotte, North Carolina, 62

Chenango Bridge, New York, 69

Chicago, Illinois, 14, 54, 56, 71, 76

China, 37

Christmas Cards, 10, 11

Cleveland, Ohio, 5, 53

College Republicans, 49, 56A, 59

Colorado, 13, 62

Columbia, Missouri, 51

Columbus, Ohio, 50, 55, 76

Committee for Responsible Government, 64

Commonwealth Club of California, 54

Connally, John, 47

Connersville, Indiana, Band, 1

Connecticut, 14, 51, 55

Convention, National, see National Convention

Cosmetology Awards, 44, 59

Cramer, Bill, 64

Cramer, Huber & Becker, 64

Crime, 23

 

 

D

 

Dallas, Texas, 51, 52, 62

Davis, Richard H., 59

Dearborn, Michigan, 54, 70

Defense, 59

Delaware, 14, 51

Democrats, 23, 59, 58

Denver, Colorado, 62

Des Moines, Iowa, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55 76

Dickerson, Nancy, 77

District of Columbia, 14, 50, 52, 62, 76, 85

Dolton, Illinois, 76

Domestic Affairs, 59, 60

Du Four, G. Maurice, 29

 

 

E

 

Economy, 23, 23, 60, 76

Eisenhower, Julie Nixon, 37

Elkin, Richard, 56

Energy, 24, 60

ERA, 5, 28, 60, 65

Ethnic, see Minorities, Ethnic, Heritage

 

 

F

 

Fairfax County, Virginia, 52

Fargo, North Dakota, 55, 76

Federal Election Commission, 7, 60, 64, 77

Federal Election Law, 6, 60, 77, 78, 84, unboxed

Federation of Republican Women, 14, 15, 52, 56, 68, 67, 72, 75, 50

Finance, 6, 8, 24, 25, 41, 53, 57, 60, 64, 68, 70

First Monday, 39, 60, 66, 70

Fish, Ody, 1

Florida, 14, 53, 54, 62

Ford, Betty, 36, 61, 67

Ford, Gerald, 4, 7, 10, 34, 35, 36, 67, 69, 71, 72

Ford (Gerald) Campaign Committee, 6, 7, 61, 66, unboxed

Ford, Gerald - Vetoes, 72

Ford, President Gerald, Committee, see President Ford Committee

Foreign Affairs, 61

Frankfort, Kentucky, 52

Fresno, California, 54

Fulk, Ken, 56

 

 

G

 

Gaithersburg, Maryland, 15

General Federation of Women's Club, 55

George Washington University, 51, 52, 55

Georgia, 14

Girls Nation, 62

Goldwater Scholarship Awards, 11

Goucher College, 52

Governors, Republican, 15, 48, 50, 53, 56A, 68, 76, 80, 81

Grand Forks, North Dakota, 76

Grassroots '74, 42, 46, 62, 63

Gulf Oil, 64

Gulf Shores, Alabama, 52

 

 

H

 

Handy, Delores, 76

Hartford, Connecticut, 51, 55

Hartmann, Robert, 72

Hauppauge, New York, 52

Hawaii, 14, 55

Helena, Montana, 52

Heritage, See Minorities, Ethnic, Heritage

Hermann, A. B., 11

Hershey, Pennsylvania, 16, 50

Honolulu, Hawaii, 55

Hotels, 62

Houston, Texas, 53

 

 

I

 

Idaho, 14

Illinois, 14, 50, 54, 56, 62, 71, 76

Indiana, 15, 1, 53

Indianapolis, Indiana, 53

Inland Daily Press Association, 56

International Management and Development Institute, 55

International Women's Year, 72, 86

International Women's Year Commission, 48, 86

Invitations, 12, 13

Iowa, 1, 15, 47, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 63, 67, 76

Iowa City, Iowa, 53

Iowa Medical Society, 51

Iowa State Fair, 52

 

 

J

 

Jacobson, Dr. Robert C., 63

 

 

K

 

Kansas, 15, 50, 76

Kansas City, Missouri, 5, 53, 55, 56, 62, 68, 76, 85

Kentucky, 15, 52

King County, Washington, 36

Koch, Captain William W., 63

 

 

L

 

Labor, 6, 27, 63

Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 56

Lander, Wyoming, 52

Laurish, Gary, 67

Layne, Edith, 50

League of Republican Women, 14

League of Women Voters, 67

Lincoln Day, 28, 50, 51, 54, 64

Little Rock Arkansas, 51

Los Angeles, California, 5, 51, 52, 56

Louisiana, 5, 15

 

 

M

 

McCoy, Carolyn, 24

Mackinac Island, Michigan, 52, 53

Macomb, Illinois, 14, 50, 76

Maine, 15, 53

Margiotta, Joseph, 67

Maryland, 15, 50, 52, 55

Massachusetts, 15, 51, 52, 54, 62

Mayaquez, 34

Mayors, Republican, 48

Meet the Press, 19, 50, 76

Megown, John, 47

Miami Beach, Florida, 5

Michigan, 15, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 67, 70

Miller, Mary Ellen, 64

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 54, 55

Minneapolis, Minnesota, 52, 62

Minnesota, 15, 52, 62, 76

Minorities, Ethnic, Heritage, 26, 27, 30, 55, 65, 67, 76A

Minot, North Dakota, 56

Missouri, 5, 15, 50, 51, 53, 55, 56, 62, 68, 76, 85

Mitchell, John D., 44

Mondale, Walter, 23, 84

Monmouth County, New Jersey, 50

Monroe County, New York, 65

Montana, 15, 52

Moorhead, Minnesota, 76

Mt. Holyoke College, 54

Mt. Holyoke, Massachusetts, 54

Mt. Rushmore, South Dakota, 67

Mt. Vernon College, 54

Multnomah County, Oregon, 54

 

 

N

 

Nashville, Tennessee, 55, 62

Nassau County, New York, 50, 52, 67

National Association for Mental Health, Inc., 15

National Association of Manufacturers, 53

National Chamber of Commerce, 54

National Commission of the Observance of International Women's Year, 48, 72, 73, 74, 75, 86

National Convention 1972, 66

National Convention 1976, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 58, 59, 65, 68, 82, 83

National Press Club, 14, 50, 76

Nebraska, 15, 54

New Hampshire, 6, 15

New Jersey, 15, 50, 52, 56

New Mexico, 15, 49A, 76

New Orleans, Louisiana, 5

New York, 5, 15, 16, 46, 50, 51, 52, 53, 55, 56, 65, 67, 69, 76

New York City, 5, 46, 51, 53, 55

Newton, Massachusetts, 51

Nixon, Richard, 36, 65, 66, 67

Norfolk, Virginia, 55

North Carolina, 16, 55, 62, 76

North Dakota, 16, 55, 56, 76

Norwalk, Connecticut, 14

 

 

O

 

Obershain, Dick, 66

Ocean City, Maryland, 55

Ohio, 5, 16, 50, 51, 53, 55, 56, 76

Oklahoma, 76

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 76

Omaha, Nebraska, 54

Oregon, 16, 52, 54, 62

Orlando, Florida, 54

 

P

 

Panama, 31

Patronage, 31, 32, 33, 68

Pennsylvania, 16, 50, 55, 56, 56A, 76

PEO, 56A

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 50, 55, 56A, 76

Photographs, 18, 19, 36, 52, 62, 67

Pierre, South Dakota, 55

Platform, 3, 4, 67, 68

Pontiac, Michigan, 50, 67

Portland, Oregon, 52, 54, 62

Powell, John, 11

President Ford Committee, 66, unboxed

President Ford Committee, see also Ford (Gerald) Campaign Committee

Publications, 37, 38, 39, 67

Publicity, 39, 64

Puerto Rico, 16

 

R

 

Railsback, Tom, 14

Raleigh, North Carolina, 55, 76

Ray, Robert D., 67

Reagan, Ronald, 7, 9, 10, 68, 76

Registration, 34

Regula, Ralph, 56

Republican National Associates, 14, 41

Republican Party - History, 66

"Republicans Are People Too", 40

Revenue Sharing, 69

Rhodes, John, 13, 69

Richards, Dick, 76

Richmond, Virginia, 54

Riley, Tom, 56

Ripon Society, 42, 43, 53, 64, 69, 75

Rochester, New York, 50

Rockefeller, Nelson, 34, 37, 65, 69, 72

Rogers, Gilbert E., 69

Rosenbaum, Richard, 67

Rumsfeld, Donald, 72

Rustand, Warren, 72

 

S

 

St. Louis, Missouri, 15, 50, 76

St. Paul, Minnesota, 62

Salt Lake City, Utah, 62

San Francisco, California, 52, 53, 54, 56

Seattle, Washington, 52

Senior Citizens, 45

Shuster, E. G. (Bud), 14

Sioux City, Iowa, 56

Smith, Dr. Elmer, 67

Social Security, 45

Solzhenitsyn, Alexander, 35

South Carolina, 16

South Dakota, 16, 51, 52, 55, 67, 76

Speakers, 4, 45, 46, 62, 71

Spokane County, Washington, 54

Spring Lake Heights, New Jersey, 15

Springfield, Illinois, 62

State Chairmen, 14, 29, 47, 50, 54, 55, 65, 71, 84

Strauss, Robert, 56

 

T

 

Taft Institute, 17, 52, 55, 56

Tallahasse, Florida, 62

Tax, 64

Teen Age Republicans, 49

Tennessee, 16, 55, 62

Texas, 16, 47, 51, 52, 53, 62

Thornton Township, Illinois, 14, 50, 76

 

U

 

United Nations, 48, 72

United Negro College Fund, 50

U.S. Citizen's Congress, 19

U.S. Jaycees, 56, 76

Utah, 16, 62

 

V

 

Vermont, 16, 55

Veterans, 1

Vietnam, 30

Virginia, 16, 52, 54, 55, 56, 56A, 85

 

W

 

Washington (State), 16, 34, 36, 52, 54, 76

Washington Institute of Women in Politics, 48, 54

Washington Journalism Center, 53, 76

Washington Post, 72

Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association, 56A

Watergate, 66

Waukesha, Wisconsin, 50, 67

Welfare, 45

West Virginia, 16, 62

White House Fellows, 14, 52, 56

White House Internships, 31

Wichita, Kansas, 53

William and Mary, 56

Wisconsin, 16, 50, 54, 55, 67

Women, 9, 17, 29, 48, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 59, 65, 67, 69, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 81, 86

Women's Achievement Awards, 51

Women's Equity Action League (WEAL), 75

Women's Political Caucus, 48, 50, 52, 53, 56A, 59, 63, 72, 74, 75

Wooster, Ohio, 51

World Press Institute, 54

Wyoming, 16, 52

 

Y

 

Young Americans for Freedom (YAF,), 75

Young Republicans, 14, 49, 50, 51, 52, 54, 75, 76


Unboxed

 

Jimmy Carter Quote Book - RNC (2 notebooks)

People for Ford Reports - President Ford Committee

We're Out to Win '76 - Republican Leaders Organizational Manual and Work Book

1976 Campaign Fact Book

1975 Republican Almanac

Federal Election Campaign Law Seminars