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Lawrence M. O'Rourke Papers Finding Aid

Lawrence M. O'Rourke Papers Finding Aid

 

Lawrence M. O'Rourke Papers Finding Aid

 

Repository:      Villanova University, Falvey Memorial Library, Special Collections

 

Creator:           O'Rourke, Lawrence M., 1938-

 

Title:               Lawrence M. O'Rourke Papers

 

Dates:             1957-2005

 

Extent:            55.0 linear feet (112 boxes, 5 oversize boxes, 3 realia items, 358 books and pamphlets)

 

Abstract:          Lawrence M. O’Rourke earned a B.A. from Villanova University in 1959 and a J.D. from Georgetown Law Center in 1970. He was a reporter with the Philadelphia Bulletin, served as its Washington Bureau Chief until the paper closed in 1980. O’Rourke served in President Carter’s newly-created Department of Education. Later O’Rourke served as White House Correspondent and Columnist for and to other professional activities

 

Identification:   OM/LMOR

 

Language:        English

 

 

Biographical/Historical note

 

Lawrence M. O’Rourke was born to Lawrence M. O’Rourke and Margaret O’Rourke (née Higgins) on March 12, 1938 in Philadelphia. O’Rourke married Patricia Coe on August 29, 1967 and they have four children: Christopher, Katherine, Jennifer, and Timothy.

 

O’Rourke graduated from St. Thomas More High School in 1955, earned a Bachelor’s degree in English from Villanova University in 1959, and in 1970, graduated from Georgetown University Law Center with a J.D. He served in the U.S. army from 1960 to 1962 as director of the English language program at Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico.

 

His long career in journalism began in 1955 when he started out as a clerk at the Philadelphia Bulletin. In 1957 he gained the rank of reporter. He served as a police reporter, composing room editor, Harrisburg legislative correspondent, political reporter, education editor, assistant city editor, poverty editor, and Washington correspondent. In 1970 he was promoted to the position of Washington Bureau Chief, a position which he held until 1980. In 1980 he joined the newly-created Department of Education under President Carter. There he served as deputy assistant secretary for policy and planning and as acting assistant secretary for public affairs.

 

In late 1981, O’Rourke took a post at the St. Louis Dispatch as a White House Correspondent and Washington columnist. He also served as a congressional and national correspondent for McClatchy newspapers, retiring from the field of journalism in 2005. In addition to his journalism career, O’Rourke has practiced law in the District of Columbia court system since 1970. He has taken on many pro bono representations in child neglect and abuse cases.

 

Throughout his career, O’Rourke became a member of many clubs and associations including the National Press Club, Overseas Writers, Superior Court Trial Lawyers Association, and the American and D.C. Bar Associations. O’Rourke served as president of both the White House Correspondents Association (1976) and the Gridiron Club (1989). His many awards include the second place Merriman Smith prize for White House reporting under deadline pressure, the National Award of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary for an examination of the presidency and the Constitution, the U.S. Bicentennial Commission Award for a series on the Constitution, and the Raymond Clapper award for distinguished journalism. He also gave many lectures as a Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship visiting fellow.

 

O’Rourke’s notable assignments include coverage of Nixon's trip to China, Watergate, conventions and campaigns since 1964, Internal Revenue Service abuses, and legal issues, including abortion and criminal justice. He is also the author of the book Geno: The Life and Mission of Geno Baroni (Paulist Press, 1991), coauthor of Cheating Our Children: Why We Need School Reform (National Center for Education Information, 1985), and assistant editor of The American Teacher by C. Emily Feistritzer (Feistritzer Publications, 1983).

 

 

Series List

 

I.          Personal Papers

II.         Correspondence

III.        Newspaper articles written by Lawrence M. O'Rourke

IV.         Notebooks and Notes

V.          Wire Reports

VI.        Election Cycles

VII.       Presidential Administrations

VIII.      Department of Education

IX.        Gridiron Club

X.         White House Correspondents' Association

XI.        Other Professional Activities

XII.       White House. Office of the Press Secretary. Press Releases

XIII.      Pool Reports XIV. Miscellaneous

XV.        Photographs

XVI.       Realia

XVII.      Books

 

 

Subject Headings

 

Bulletin (Philadelphia, Pa.)

Evening and Sunday Bulletin (Philadelphia, Pa.)

Evening Bulletin (Philadelphia, Pa.)

Gridiron Club (Washington, D.C.).

Nixon, Richard Milhous, 1913-1994

O'Rourke, Lawrence M., Mr., 1938-

Persian Gulf War, 1991

Presidents -- Travel -- History

Press.

Reporters and reporting.

United States.. Department of Education..

Watergate Affair, 1972-1974.

 

 

Administrative Information 

 

Immediate Source of Acquisition note
Donated by Lawrence M. O'Rourke, 2007-2008

 

Access Restrictions

None

 

Use Restrictions

As stipulated by United States copyright law

 

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Bente L. Polites

 

 

Collection Inventory

 

Series I. Personal Papers

Box 1-2
The series contains material about and relating to Lawrence M. O'Rourke and his career. Some letters and cards are included but bulk of correspondence in Series II.

Folders are arranged in chronological order.

 

I/1/1      Biographical Material. Photographs, see: XV/1/1 1970-2004
I/1/2      O'Rourke Family. 1987-2003
I/1/3      Villanova University. 1957-1993
I/1/4      Awards and Recognitions. 1973-1984
I/1/5      Mentions, Speeches. 1972-1990

I/1/6      Memberships in Associations and Clubs. 1971-1980

I/1/7      Msgr. Geno Baroni. 1975-2005

I/1/8      Ronald W. Arnott v. The State of Texas. Appeals. 1971

I/1/9      Ronald W. Arnott. Correspondence. Poetry. 1971-1973

I/1/10    Articles (not newspaper). 1975, 1981, 1987, 1990

I/1/11    Speeches. Roman Catholic High School. Philadelphia. Sunday Breakfast Club. Philadelphia. 1978

I/1/12    Confraternity of Christian Doctrine (CDC). Teaching. 1983, 1991

I/1/13    Bloom's Day Party. 2004

I/2/1      Travel Expense Reports. White House. 1972-1994

I/2/2      Travel Expense Reports, Invoices. 1974-1991

I/2/3      The Bulletin. 1971-1976

I/2/4      St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Wire Reports, Articles re: LMOR.
             Realia (Cartoon), see: XVI/5/5. 1983-1991

I/2/5      McClatchy Newspapers. Memo's re: LMOR. 1992

I/2/6      List of articles. 2003

I/2/7      Miscellaneous, including Holiday Cards, Invitations. Realia, see: XVI/5/3. 1969-1998

I/2/8      Obituaries and Memorial Services for Friends and Colleagues. 1991-2005

 

 

Series II. Correspondence 1957-2004

Box 1-3
Correspondence is arranged in chronological order. Correspondence concerning The Bulletin matters from the years 1969-1972 is filed in box 1/folders #2-#5.

 

II/1/1     1957, 1963, 1959, 1966

II/1/2     The Bulletin. 1969-1970

II/1/3     The Bulletin. Washington Bureau Chief. 1970

II/1/4     The Bulletin. 1971-1972

II/1/5     The Bulletin. no date

II/1/6     1971

II/1/7     1972

II/1/8     1972

II/1/9     1973

II/1/10   1974

II/1/11   1975-1976

II/2/1     1978-1979

II/2/2     1980-1982

II/2/3     1983-1984

II/2/4     1985-1989

II/2/5     1990-1992

II/2/6     1993-1999

II/2/7     2000

II/3/1     2001

II/3/2     2002

II/3/3     2003

II/3/4     2004

II/3/5     2005

 

 

Series III. Newspaper articles written by Lawrence M. O’Rourke.

Box 1-13.
Boxes 1-2 contain scrapbooks of articles. Otherwise, the series consists of newspaper clippings and is arranged in chronological order. Articles were published in The Catholic Standard and Times (1959-1063), The Bulletin / The Evening and Sunday Bulletin (1957-1982), St. Louis Post-Dispatch (1982-1991), McClatchy Newspapers (1991-2005), and in other newspapers and news agencies (2000-2005).

 

III/1/1    Scrapbook. The Evening and Sunday Bulletin. August 1957-June 1960

III/1/2    Scrapbook. The Catholic Standard and Times. Basketball Columns. 1959-1960

III/1/3    Scrapbook. The Catholic Standard and Times. Basketball Columns. November 1962-April 1963

III/1/4    Scrapbook. The Bulletin. Vote Fraud. 1960

III/1/5    Scrapbook. The Bulletin. July 1962-December 1962

III/1/6    Scrapbook. The Bulletin. January 1963-May 1963

III/1/7    Scrapbook. The Bulletin. 1963

III/1/8    Scrapbook. Labor. 1963

III/1/9    Scrapbook. Schools. 1963

III/1/10   Scrapbook. Schools. August 13, 1963-September 10, 1963

III/1/11   Scrapbook. Schools. September 11, 1963-October 8, 1963

III/1/12   Scrapbook. Schools. October 8, 1963-November 10, 1963

III/1/13   Scrapbook. Schools. November 11, 1963-December 15, 1963

III/1/14   Scrapbook. Poverty. January 1965-February 1965

III/1/15   Scrapbook. Poverty. March 1965-April 14, 1965

III/1/16   Scrapbook. Poverty. April 15, 1965-May 27, 1965

III/1/17   Scrapbook. Poverty. May 28, 1965-July 18, 1965

III/2/1    Scrapbook. Poverty. July 21, 1965-September 28, 1965

III/2/2    Scrapbook. Poverty. September 29, 1965-November 3, 1965

III/2/3    Scrapbook. October 1965

III/2/4    Scrapbook. Presidential Election Coverage. Articles by Lawrence M. O'Rourke, Robert Roth,
            Joseph Daughen, John Farmer, Ray Moseley, Rem Rieder, Harry Toland. (2 copies). 1972

III/2/5    Scrapbook. June 1974-July 1974

III/2/6    Scrapbook. Richard M. Nixon Resigns; Gerald R. Ford ascends to the Presidency. Articles by
            Lawrence M. O'Rourke, Robert Roth, Linda J. Heffner, Robert E. Taylor, Sandy Grady, Adrian
            Lee, Joseph R. Daughen. August 5, 1974-August 11, 1974

III/3/1    Newspaper Clippings. 1964, 1966

III/3/2    Newspaper Clippings. 1969

III/3/3    Newspaper Clippings. 1970

III/3/4    Newspaper Clippings. January 1971-June 1971

III/3/5    Newspaper Clippings. July 1971-December 1971

III/3/6    Newspaper Clippings. 1972

III/3/7    Newspaper Clippings. 1973

III/3/8    Newspaper Clippings. 1974

III/3/9    Newspaper Clippings. 1975

III/3/10   Newspaper Clippings. 1976

III/4/1    Newspaper Clippings. 1978-1981

III/4/2    Newspaper Clippings. 1982

III/4/3    Newspaper Clippings. 1983

III/4/4    Newspaper Clippings. January 1984-June 1984

III/4/5    Newspaper Clippings. August 1984-December 1984

III/4/6    Newspaper Clippings. 1985

III/4/7    Newspaper Clippings. 1986

III/4/8    Newspaper Clippings. 1987

III/4/9    Newspaper Clippings. January 1988-June 1988

III/4/10   Newspaper Clippings. July 1988-December 1988

III/4/11   Newspaper Clippings. January 1989-June 1989

III/4/12   Newspaper Clippings. July 1989-December 1989

III/5/1    Newspaper Clippings. January 1990-June 1990

III/5/2    Newspaper Clippings. July 1990-December 1990

III/5/3    Newspaper Clippings. January 1991-June 1991

III/5/4    Newspaper Clippings. July 1991-December 1991

III/6/1    Newspaper Clippings. January 1992-June 1992

III/6/2    Newspaper Clippings. July 1992-December 1992

III/6/3    Newspaper Clippings. January 1993-June 1993

III/7/1    Newspaper Clippings. July 1993-December 1993

III/7/2    Newspaper Clippings. January 1994-June 1994

III/7/3    Newspaper Clippings. July 1994-December 1994

III/7/4    Newspaper Clippings. January 1995-June 1995

III/7/5    Newspaper Clippings. July 1995-September 1995

III/8/1    Newspaper Clippings. October 1995-December 1995

III/8/2    Newspaper Clippings. January 1996-June 1996

III/8/3    Newspaper Clippings. July 1996-December 1996

III/8/4    Newspaper Clippings. January 1997-June 1997

III/9/1    Newspaper Clippings. July 1997-December 1997

III/9/2    Newspaper Clippings. January 1998-June 1998

III/9/3    Newspaper Clippings. July 1998-September 1998

III/9/4    Newspaper Clippings. October 1998-November 1998

III/9/5    Newspaper Clippings. December 1998

III/10/1   Newspaper Clippings. January 1999-February 1999

III/10/2   Newspaper Clippings. March 1999-June 1999

III/10/3   Newspaper Clippings. July 1999-December 1999

III/10/4   Newspaper Clippings. January 2000-June 2000

III/10/5   Newspaper Clippings. July 2000-December 2000

III/11/1   Newspaper Clippings. January 2001-April 2001

III/11/2   Newspaper Clippings. May 2001-September 2001

III/11/3   Newspaper Clippings. October 2001-December 2001

III/11/4   Newspaper Clippings. January 2002-July 2002

III/11/5   Newspaper Clippings. August 2002-December 2002

III/12/1   Newspaper Clippings. January 2003-April 2003

III/12/2   Newspaper Clippings. May 2003-August 2003

III/12/3   Newspaper Clippings. September 2003-October 2003

III/12/4   Newspaper Clippings. January 2004-May 2004

III/12/5   Newspaper Clippings. June 2004-December 2004

III/13/1   Newspaper Clippings. January 2005-March 2005

III/13/2   Newspaper Clippings. April 2005-May 2005

III/13/3   Newspaper Clippings. June 2005-August 2005

III/13/4   Newspaper Clippings. no date

III/13/5   Newspaper Clippings. no date

III/13/6   Newspaper Clippings. 1972?

III/13/7   Newspaper Clippings. 1991?

III/13/8   Newspaper Clippings. 1992?

 

 

IV. Notebooks and Notes

Box 1-15

The notebooks cover the period 1964-2004 and are arranged in chronological order

 

IV/1/1    4 Notebooks. 1964

IV/1/2    2 Notebooks. 1965-1966

IV/1/3    4 Notebooks. 1968

IV/1/4    4 Notebooks. 1968

IV/1/5    3 Notebooks. 1969

IV/1/6    4 Notebooks. 1970

IV/1/7    5 Notebooks. 1970

IV/2/1    4 Notebooks. 1971

IV/2/2    4 Notebooks. 1971

IV/2/3    4 Notebooks. 1972

IV/2/4    4 Notebooks. 1973

IV/2/5    4 Notebooks. 1973

IV/2/6    4 Notebooks. 1973

IV/2/7    2 Notebooks. 1973

IV/3/1    4 Notebooks. January 1974-February 1974

IV/3/2    4 Notebooks. February 1974-April 1974

IV/3/3    4 Notebooks. April 1974-May 1974

IV/3/4    6 Notebooks. May 1974-August 1974

IV/3/5    5 Notebooks. August 1974-September 1974

IV/4/1    3 Notebooks. October 1974-November 1974

IV/4/2    4 Notebooks. 1974

IV/4/3    4 Notebooks. 1974

IV/4/4    3 Notebooks. January 1975

V/4/5     4 Notebooks. February 1973-March 1975

IV/4/6    5 Notebooks. April 1975-May 1975

IV/5/1    5 Notebooks. May 1975

IV/5/2    4 Notebooks. June 1975-July 1976

IV/5/3    3 Notebooks. August 1975

IV/5/4    6 Notebooks. September 1975-October 1975

IV/5/5    4 Notebooks. October 1975-November 1975

IV/5/6    5 Notebooks. November 1975

IV/6/1    3 Notebooks. December, 1975

IV/6/2    4 Notebooks. January 1976-February 1976

IV/6/3    4 Notebooks. February 1976

IV/6/4    3 Notebooks. March 1976-April 1976

IV/6/5    3 Notebooks. May 1976

IV/6/6    3 Notebooks. June 1976

IV/6/7    3 Notebooks. July 1976

IV/7/1    4 Notebooks. August 1976

IV/7/2    3 Notebooks. September 1976

IV/7/3    5 Notebooks. October 1976-November 1976

IV/7/4    4 Notebooks. December 1976; +1976?

IV/7/5    4 Notebooks. January 1977

IV/7/6    4 Notebooks. February 1977-April 1977

IV/8/1    3 Notebooks. May 1977

IV/8/2    3 Notebooks. May 1977-June 1977

IV/8/3    3 Notebooks. July 1977-August 1977

IV/8/4    3 Notebooks. September 1977

IV/8/5    4 Notebooks. October 1977-November 1977

IV/8/6    4 Notebooks. January 1978

IV/8/7    5 Notebooks. February 1978-March 1978

IV/9/1    3 Notebooks. April 1978-May 1978

IV/9/2    5 Notebooks. May 1978

IV/9/3    3 Notebooks. June 1978-July 1978

IV/9/4    3 Notebooks. September 1978-October 1978

IV/9/5    3 Notebooks. October 1978-November 1978

IV/9/6    4 Notebooks. November 1978-January 1979

IV/10/1 2 Notebooks. February 1979-March 1979

IV/10/2 4 Notebooks. March 1979

IV/10/3 3 Notebooks. April 1979-May 1979

IV/10/4 5 Notebooks. June 1979-August 1979

IV/10/5 3 Notebooks. September 1979

IV/10/6 3 Notebooks. October 1979

IV/10/7 4 Notebooks. November 1979-December 1979

IV/11/1 4 Notebooks. 1984

IV/11/2 2 Notebooks. 1986

IV/11/3 Loose pages from Notebooks. 1987-1988

IV/11/4 5 Notebooks. February 1988-March 1988

IV/11/5 4 Notebooks. September 1988

IV/11/6 3 Notebooks. October 1988-November 1988

IV/11/7 2 Notebooks. February 1989, May 1989

IV/11/8 5 Notebooks. June 1989-July 1989

IV/11/9 3 Notebooks. November 1989

IV/12/1 5 Notebooks. August 1990, November 1990

IV/12/2 3 Notebooks. December 1990

IV/12/3 6 Notebooks. January 1991-February 1991

IV/12/4 2 Notebooks + loose pages. October 1991

IV/12/5  2 Notebooks. November 1991-December 1991

IV/12/6 5 Notebooks. 1992

IV/12/7 4 Notebooks. 1992, 2

IV/13/1 3 Notebooks. 1993

IV/13/2 Loose pages from Notebooks. 1993

IV/13/3 5 Notebooks. 1994

IV/13/4 4 Notebooks. February 1996, May 1996

IV/13/5 4 Notebooks. August 1996

IV/13/6 2 Notebooks + loose pages. October 1996

IV/13/7 4 Notebooks. 1996?

IV/14/1 1 Notebook. October 1998

IV/14/2 7 Notebooks. 2000

IV/14/3 8 Notebooks. 2002

IV/14/4 4 Notebooks. 2004

IV/14/5 4 Notebooks. 2004

IV/15/1 5 Notebooks. no date

IV/15/2 7 Notebooks. no date

IV/15/3 4 Notebooks. no date

IV/15/4 2 Notebooks. no date

IV/15/5 Notepads + loose pages. 1973, 1974?, 1976?, 1977?

IV/15/6 Notepads + loose pages. 1980?, 1990?, 1994?, 1998?, 2000?, 2001?, n.d.

 

 

V. Wire Reports
Box 1-2

Wire reports filed by Lawrence M. O'Rourke. The reports are arranged in chronological order. Some reports are arranged by subject as originally organized by Lawrence M. O'Rourke.

 

V/1/1    Wire Reports. 1972

V/1/2    Wire Reports. North American Newspaper Alliance (NANA). 1973-1975

V/1/3    Wire Reports. 1973

V/1/4    Wire Reports. President Nixon's Trip to the USSR and Brussels. 1973

V/1/5    Wire Reports. February 1974

V/1/6    Wire Reports. President Nixon's Trip to the Middle East. June 1974

V/1/7    Wire Reports. June 1974-September 1974

V/1/8    Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to Japan, Korea, and the USSR. November 1974

V/1/9    Wire Reports. no date. 1974

V/1/10   Wire Reports. January 1975-April 1975

V/1/11   Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to Belgium, Spain, Austria, Italy. May 1975-June 1975

V/1/12   Wire Report. President Ford's Trip to the Federal Republic of Germany, Poland, Finland,
            Romania, and Yugoslavia. July 1975-August 1975

V/1/13   Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to New Hampshire, Oklahoma, and California.
            September 1975

V/1/14   Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to California and Wisconsin. October 1975

V/1/15   Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to the Economic Summit, France. November 1975

V/1/16   Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to Michigan and Florida. January 1976-February 1976

V/1/17   Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to New Hampshire. February 1976?

V/1/18   Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to Illinois and North Carolina. March 1976

V/2/1    Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to Michigan. May 1976

V/2/2    Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to New Jersey and Ohio. June 1976

V/2/3    Wire Reports. Republican National Convention. August 1976

V/2/4    Wire Reports. September 1976-October 1976

V/2/5    Wire Reports. Vice President Mondale's Trip to Brussels. January 1977

V/2/6    Wire Reports. January 1977

V/2/7    Wire Reports. Israel. May 1977

V/2/8    Wire Reports. Mideast Peace Treaty. 1978-1979

V/2/9    Wire Reports. President Carter's Trip to the Middle East. March 1979

V/2/10   Wire Reports. 1983-1984

V/2/11   Wire Reports. 1989, 1999

 

 

VI. Election Cycles

Box 1-15

Materials in this series are arranged in chronological order by presidential election cycles. Within each election cycle the subject arrangement is according to Lawrence M. O'Rourke's filing arrangement.

Included are campaign brochures, press releases, transcripts of speeches and debates, papers, studies, campaign literature, and other background material.

Articles and notes by Lawrence M. O'Rourke when indicated, otherwise see series III, IV and V.

 

VI/1/1      1952-1956. Richard M. Nixon. 1956

VI/1/2      1960-1964. Bulletin Political Handbook. Philadelphia Ward Book. Pennsylvania County Book.

              1962

VI/1/3      1960-1964. Calendars. Conventions. 1960-1964

VI/1/4      1960-1964. Presidential Election Statistics, Pennsylvania. November 1964

VI/1/5      1964-1968. Philadelphia Ward Realignment. 1965

VI/1/6      1964-1968. General Election, Philadelphia. November 1965

VI/1/7      1964-1968. Arlen Specter for District Attorney. Notes and Articles by Lawrence M. O'Rourke.
               1965

VI/1/8      1964-1968. Gubernatorial Election Statistics. Pennsylvania. 1966

VI/1/9      1964-1968. Senate Election Statistics. Pennsylvania. November 1966

VI/1/10    1964-1968. House, Senate, and Gubernatorial Elections. Notes by Lawrence M. O'Rourke.
               November 1966

VI/1/11    1964-1968. Presidential Campaign. Richard M. Nixon. Tour. September 1968

VI/1/12    1964-1968. Presidential Campaign. Richard M. Nixon. 1968

VI/2/1      1968-1972. Elections. 1970

VI/2/2      1968-1972. Presidential Campaign. George McGovern. no date

VI/2/3      1968-1972. Presidential Campaign. George McGovern. no date

VI/2/4      1968-1972. Presidential Campaign. Richard M. Nixon. no date

VI/2/5      1968-1972. Presidential Campaign. Richard M. Nixon. First Monday. 1972

VI/2/6      1968-1972. Republican National Convention. Miami Beach, FL. August 1972

VI/2/7      1968-1972. Elections. Charts, Statistics. November 1972

VI/3/1      1968-1972. Republican National Committee. Campaign Factbook. 1. no date

VI/3/2      1968-1972. Republican National Committee. Campaign Factbook. 2. no date

VI/3/3      1968-1972. Republican National Committee. Campaign Factbook. 3. no date

VI/3/4      1968-1972. Republican National Committee. Campaign Seminars. 6 Manuals. no date

VI/4/1      1972-1976. Senate Campaign. New Hampshire. Louis C. Wyman. 1975

VI/4/2      1972-1976. Presidential Campaign. Republican Party. no date

VI/4/3      1972-1976. Richard S. Schweiker. no date

VI/4/4      1972-1976. Republican National Convention, Kansas City, MS. August 1976

VI/4/5      1972-1976. Republican National Convention, Kansas City, MS. August 1976

VI/4/6      1972-1976. Presidential Campaign. Democratic Party. no date

VI/4/7      1972-1976. Democratic National Convention, New York City, NY. July 1976

VI/5/1      1972-1976. Presidential Campaign. United States Catholic Conference. 1976

VI/5/2      1972-1976. Presidential Debates. News filings by Lawrence M. O'Rourke. 1976

VI/5/3      1972-1976. Senate Campaign. Michigan. Marvin L. Esch. 1976

VI/6/1      1976-1980. House, Senate, and Gubernatorial Campaigns. ABC News Election Fact Book, 1.
               November 1978

VI/6/2      1976-1980. House, Senate, and Gubernatorial Campaigns. ABC News Election Fact Book, 2.
               November 1978

VI/6/3      1976-1980. Gubernatorial Campaigns. Republican Governors Association. Statistics,
               List of Members. 1979

VI/6/4      1976-1980. Senate Campaign. Pennsylvania. Analysis. 1980

VI/6/5      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. no date

VI/6/6      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. Anderson/Lucey. no date

VI/6/7      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. George Bush. "George Bush for President" Papers. no date

VI/6/8      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. George Bush. "George Bush for President" Papers. State                   Segments. no date

VI/6/9      1976-1980. Photographs. See: Series XV/1/3 (VI/6/9).

VI/7/1      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. Carter/Mondale Presidential Committee.
               April 1979-February 1980

VI/7/2      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. John B. Connally. April 1979-February 1980

VI/7/3      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. Edward Kennedy. 1979

VI/7/4      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. Ronald Regan. 1979

VI/7/5      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. The '80 Vote. Prepared by ABC News. -Illinois. no date

VI/7/6      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. The '80 Vote. Prepared by ABC News.
               Indiana-North Dakota. no date

VI/7/7      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. The '80 Vote. Prepared by ABC News.
               Ohio-Wyoming. no date

VI/8/1      1980-1984. Presidential Campaign. Reagan-Bush '84. Realia, see: XVI/3/3. no date

VI/8/2      1980-1984. Presidential Campaign. Walter F. Mondale. no date

VI/8/3      1980-1984. Republican National Convention. Dallas, TX. Official Guide. Telephone Directory.
               Acceptance Speech of George Bush. Acceptance Speech of Dan Quayle. August 1984

VI/8/4      1980-1984. Presidential Debate, Louisville, KY. October 1984

VI/9/1      1984-1988. Presidential Campaign. George Bush. Schedules. 1987-1988

VI/9/2      1984-1988. Presidential Campaign. Campaign Material. 1988

VI/9/3      1984-1988. Presidential Campaign. Campaign Material re: Al Gore, Alexander M. Haig,
               Gary Hart, Lyndon LaRouche, Peter du Pont. New Hampshire Primary Results. no date

VI/9/4      1984-1988. Republican National Convention, New Orleans, LA. Press Guide,
               The Times-Picayune Convention Specials. Realia, see: XVI/5/4. August 1988

VI/9/5      1984-1988. Presidential Campaign. "Politics." (Reprint from Los Angeles Times).
               1988. "Trivial Pursuit: Negative Advertising and the Decay of Political Discourse." 1990.

VI/9/6      1984-1988. Republican Presidential Candidates, photograph, see: Series XV/1/4 (VI/9/6).
               1984-1988

VI/10/1    1988-1992. Gubernatorial Campaign. Louisiana. David Duke. no date

VI/10/2    1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Jerry Brown. no date

VI/10/3    1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Patrick J. Buchanan. no date

VI/10/4    1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. George Bush, Bush/Quayle. 1988

VI/10/5    1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Bill Clinton. Photograph, see: Series XV/1/5 (VI/10/5).
               January-May 1992

VI/10/6    1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Bill Clinton. June-September 1992

VI/10/7    1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Bill Clinton. October 1992

VI/10/8    1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Mario Cuomo. 1992

VI/10/9    1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Lenora Fulani.

VI/10/10   1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. John Hagelin.

VI/10/11   1988-1992. Campaign Material. Tom Harkin.

VI/10/12   1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Bob Kerrey.

VI/10/13   1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Jim Lennane.

VI/10/14   1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Ross Perot.

VI/10/15   1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Paul Tsongas.

VI/11/1    1988-1992. Democratic National Convention, New York City, NY. Realia, see: XVI/4/2. July 1992

VI/11/2    1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Republican Platform. Platform Comparison.

VI/11/3    1988-1992. Republican National Convention, Houston, TX. August 1992

VI/11/4    1988- 1992. Presidential Debates.

VI/12/1    1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Democratic National Committee. Political Information
               Packets. Press Information Kit. March 1992-September 1992

VI/12/2    1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. United States Conference of Mayors Forum for Democratic
               Presidential Candidates. January 1992

VI/12/3    1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. October 1991-September 1992

VI/12/4    1992

VI/13/1    1992-1996. Gubernatorial Campaign. Virginia. George Allen. Mary Sue Terry. 1993

VI/13/2    1992-1996. Congressional Campaign. 1994

VI/13/3    1992-1996. Congressional Campaign. Pennsylvania. Lawrence R. Watson.

VI/13/4    1992-1996. Senate Campaign. Pennsylvania. Rick Santorum. Harris Wofford.
               Photograph of Rick Santorum, see: XV/1/6. 1994

VI/13/5    1992-1996. Senate Campaign. New Jersey. Bob Torricelli. 1996

VI/13/6    1992-1996. Presidential Campaign. Lamar Alexander. 1995-1996

VI/13/7    1992-1996. Presidential Campaign. Patrick Buchanan. 1995-1996

VI/13/8    1992-1996. Presidential Campaign. Bob Dole. 1995-1996

VI/13/9    1992-1996. Presidential Campaign. Bob Dornan. 1995

VI/13/10  1992-1996. Presidential Campaign. Steve Forbes. 1995-1996

VI/13/11  1992-1996. Presidential Campaign. Phil Gramm. 1995-1996

VI/13/12  1992-1996. Presidential Campaign. Morry Taylor. 1995-1996

VI/13/13  1992-1996. Presidential Campaign. Des Moines Register GOP Presidential Candidates Forum.
              1995

VI/14/1    1992-1996. Democratic National Convention. Chicago, IL. Press Information Kit. Guide.
               August 1996

VI/14/2    1992-1996. Republican National Convention. San Diego, CA. Official Press Guide. Roll of
               Delegates and Alternate Delegates. Republican Platform. August 1996

VI/14/3    1992-1996. Presidential Campaign. 1995-1996

VI/15/1    1996-2000. Senate and Congressional Campaigns. 1998

VI/15/2    1996-2000. Senate Campaign. New York. Charles Schumer. 1998

VI/15/3    1996-2000. Congressional Campaign. Pennsylvania. Don Sherwood. 1998

VI/15/4    1996-2000. Presidential Campaign. Steve Forbes. Notes by Lawrence M. O'Rourke. 1999

VI/15/5    1996-2000. Republican National Convention. Philadelphia, PA. McClatchy Reporters.
               Realia, see: XVI/4/4-5. July 2000-August 2000

VI/15/6    1996-2000. Democratic National Convention. Los Angeles, CA. Transcript.
               McClatchy Reporters. Realia, see: XVI/4/3. August 2000

VI/15/7    2000-2004. Republican National Convention. New York, NY. Maps. Transcript of Remarks
               of Senator John Edwards. Wire Reports by Lawrence M. O'Rourke. 2004

 

 

VII. Presidential Administrations

Box 1-27

Materials are arranged in chronological order by presidential administration. Subjects organized according to Lawrence M. O'Rourke's arrangement. Materials about presidential trips consist of press notes, schedules, background material, speeches, press releases, and tourist brochures. Materials about administrative topics include studies, reports, press releases, speeches, news clippings. More detailed contents information is listed for folders with material about Nixon's trip to China in 1972 and for folders containing material about Watergate.

 

VII/1/1     1957-1961. Richard M. Nixon. Vice President. 1959

VII/1/2     1961-1965. John F. Kennedy. Inauguration (Life Souvenir edition). 1961

VII/1/3     1965-1969. Lyndon B. Johnson. Official Inaugural Program. 1969

VII/1/4     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   President Elect. January 1969

VII/1/5     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Inauguration. Official Guide Book. 1969

VII/1/6     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Italy, Yugoslavia, Spain, Ireland.
                                                            September 27, 1970-October 5, 1970

VII/1/7     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Italy, Yugoslavia, Spain, Ireland.
                                                            September 27, 1970-October 5, 1970

VII/1/8     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Italy, Yugoslavia, Spain, Ireland.
                                                            Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia. September 27, 1970-                                                                       October 5, 1970

VII/2/1     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Illinois. August 17, 1971-August 19, 1971

VII/2/2     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   China and the Press. October 1971

VII/2/3     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Visit to Azores. December 12, 1971-December 14, 1971

VII/2/4     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Bermuda Meeting. Newspaper (The Royal Gazette).
                                                            Realia, see XVI/1/1. December 20, 1971-December 21, 1971

VII/2/5     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Meeting with Prime Minister Eisaku Sato of Japan.
                                                            January 7, 1972

VII/2/6     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   China in 1972. A Conference for Journalists.
                                                            January 23, 1972-January 26, 1972

VII/3/1     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to China. Press notes. February 21, 1972-February 28, 1972

VII/3/2     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to China. Information for the Press. Travel Information.
                                                            Schedules. News Clippings. February 21, 1972-February 28,                                                             1972

VII/3/3     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to China. Hsinhua News Bulletin (Febr.20-25),
                                                            Peking Review (Febr.25), Reports on China, I-III. 1972

VII/3/4     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to China. News from Foreign Agencies & Press.
                                                            February 20, 1972-February 25, 1972

VII/3/5     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to China. Journal Articles. Newspaper Clippings.
                                                            Entire Newspapers, see: XVI/2/2. 1971-1972

VII/3/6     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to China. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia.
                                                            Tourist Brochures. Photographs, see: XV/1/7. February  21
                                                            1972-February 28, 1972

VII/3/7     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to China. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia.
                                                            Press Credentials. Invitations. Menus. Programs. February 21,                                                             1972-February 28, 1972

VII/3/8     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to China. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Notes.
                                                            February 21, 1972-February 28, 1972

VII/4/1     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Austria, USSR, Iran, Poland. May 19, 1972-June 1, 1972

VII/4/2     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Austria, USSR, Iran, Poland. May 19, 1972-June 1, 1972

VII/4/3     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Austria, USSR, Iran, Poland. May 19, 1972-June 1, 1972

VII/4/4     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Austria. Salzburger Nachrichten. Sonntag Kurier.
                                                            May 21, 1972

VII/4/5     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to USSR. Soviet Press Reports. May 22, 1972-May 28, 1972

VII/4/6     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to USSR. Committee on Ways and Means. Memorandum on
                                                            trade implications. May 17, 1972

VII/4/7     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to USSR. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia. Invitation.
                                                            Realia, see: XVI/5/1. May 22, 1972-May 28, 1972

VII/4/8     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Iran. Photographs, see: XV/1/8

VII/4/9     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Iran. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia.
                                                            Tourist Brochures. Realia, see: XVI/1/3. May 30, 1972-May                                                             31,1972

VII/5/1     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Articles by John Osborne. 1970-1972

VII/5/2     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Articles by Hugh Sidey (Life). 1970-1972

VII/5/3     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Administration. 1970-1972

VII/5/4     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Billy Graham Day. October 15, 1971

VII/5/5     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Congress. 1969-1971

VII/5/6     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.  Economy. 1970-1972

VII/5/7     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Foreign Affairs. 1971-1972

VII/5/8     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Dr. Henry Kissinger. Briefings. Press Conferences. 1970-1972

VII/5/9     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Labor. 1971-1973

VII/5/10   1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Personal Information. "A Salute to the President."
                                                            Photograph, see: XV/1/9.

VII/5/11   1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Politics. Notes by Lawrence M. O'Rourke. 1970-1971

VII/5/12   1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   The Press. 1970-1972

VII/5/13   1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Vietnam. 1971

VII/6/1     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Inauguration. 20 January, 1973

VII/6/2     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Press Conferences. March 2, 1973-March 6, 1974

VII/6/3     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   The Washington Summit. General Secretary Brezhnev's Visit to
                                                            the USA. Remarks. Agreements. Official Documents. Wire                                                             Reports. Lawrence M. O'Rourke's Notes. June 18, 1973-June 25,                                                             1973

VII/6/4     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Vice President Spiro Agnew. Press Conferences. Statements.
                                                            August 8, 1973-October 11, 1973

VII/6/5     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Mercer University. November 18, 1973

VII/6/6     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Administration. April 1973-August 1973

VII/6/7     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   General Services Administration. Notes by Lawrence M.                                                             O'Rourke. July 1973-August 1973

VII/6/8     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   War Powers Bill. 1973

VII/6/9     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Visit to the Dedication of the Cedars of Lebanon Health Care
                                                            Center. Miami, FL. Photographs, see: XV/1/10. February 14,                                                             1974

VII/6/10   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Visit to Huntsville, AL. Sertoma Club. Speeches.
                                                            Photograph, see: XV/1/11 February 18, 1974

VII/6/11   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   The Press. 1973

VII/6/12   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Dr. Henry Kissinger. Press Conferences. June 1974

VII/7/1     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Austria, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Israel, Jordan, Azores.
                                                            Photograph, see: XV/1/12. June 1974

VII/7/2     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Trip to Egypt. Speech by President Anwar El Sadat.
                                                           Cairo Press Review. Egyptian Gazette. June 12, 1974-June 13,                                                            1974

VII/7/3     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Trip to Egypt. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia.
                                                           Menu. Itinerary. June 13, 1974

VII/7/4     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Trip to Saudi Arabia. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia.
                                                            Program. Postcards. June 14, 1974-June 15, 1974

VII/7/5     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Trip to Syria. June 15, 1974-June 15, 1974

VII/7/6     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Trip to Israel. June 16, 1974-June 17, 1974

VII/7/7     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Trip to Jordan. Photograph, see: XV/1/12. June 17, 1974

VII/7/8     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Trip to the Azores. June 18, 1974-June 19, 1974

VII/7/9     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Trip to the Middle East. June 19, 1974-June 28, 1974

VII/7/10   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Trip to Belgium. June 25, 1974-June 27, 1974

VII/7/11   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Trip to USSR. June 28, 1974-July 3, 1974

VII/7/12   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Trip to USSR. Novosti Press Agency Daily Review.
                                                           June 28, 1974-June 29, 1974

VII/7/13   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Trip to USSR. Jewish Community in the Soviet Union. June 1974

VII/7/14   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Trip to USSR. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia. Ticket Stubs.
                                                           Receipts. Tourist Brochures. June 1974

VII/8/1     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Watergate Special Prosecution Force. 1973-1975

VII/8/2     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Saturday Night Massacre. Statements. Press Conferences.
                                                           October 20, 1973

VII/8/3     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Watergate Indictment. Legal Documents.
                                                           March 7, 1974-July 29, 1974

VII/8/4     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Watergate Tapes. Legal Briefs, 1. 1973

VII/8/5     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Watergate Tapes. Legal Briefs, 2. 1973

VII/8/6     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Watergate Tapes. Legal Briefs, 3. 1974

VII/8/7     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Watergate Tapes. Transcripts. October 23, 1972

VII/9/1     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Watergate. An analysis of the Constitutional Standard by
                                                           Presidential Impeachment by James D. St. Clair et al. no date

VII/9/2     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Watergate. Department of Justice. Legal Aspects of
                                                           Impeachment. February 1974

VII/9/3     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Watergate. Department of Justice. Legal Aspects of
                                                           Impeachment. February 1974

VII/9/4     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Watergate. House of Representatives. Committee on the
                                                           Judiciary. Summary of Information, 1. July 19, 1974

VII/9/5     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Watergate. House of Representatives. Committee on the
                                                            Judiciary. Summary of Information, 2. July 19, 1974

VII/9/6     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Watergate. Hugh Scott. Press Releases. Statements.
                                                            June 1973-May 1974

VII/9/7     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Watergate. Statements by Members of Congress about
                                                            Watergate and possible Impeachment. July 23, 1974-August 8,                                                             1974

VII/9/8     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Watergate. AFL-CIO. Press Releases. Broadside.
                                                            November 16, 1973-January 25, 1974

VII/9/9     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Watergate. National Campaign to Impeach Nixon.
                                                            News Bulletins. Fliers. April 1974

VII/9/10   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Watergate. National Citizens' Committee for Fairness
                                                            to the Presidency. Newsletters. July 12, 1974-August 30, 1974

VII/10/1   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Watergate. Press Releases. Statements.
                                                            Arranged by Lawrence M. O'Rourke. January 1974-July 1974

VII/10/2   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Watergate. Reports. Journal Articles.
                                                            Issues of The Evening Bulletin, see: XVI/2/3. March 1974-August                                                             1974

VII/10/3   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Watergate. "Straight Talk". Transcripts.
                                                            February 1974-March 1974

VII/10/4   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Watergate. Wire Reports. July 1974

VII/10/5   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Watergate. United States Citizens' Congress. Newsletter.
                                                            September 13, 1974-September 1975

VII/10/6   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Watergate. Baruch Korff: Factual Errors in the Simulated
                                                            Version of the Final Days. President Nixon Justice Fund. July                                                             1974

VII/11/1   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Richard M. Nixon and Patricia R. Nixon. Income Tax Returns.                                                             1969-1972

VII/11/2   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Richard M. Nixon and Patricia R. Nixon. Financial Records.                                                             1969-1973

VII/11/3   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   National Lawyers Guild. People's Lawsuit to set aside the
                                                            1972 Presidential Election. Brief. Statements. December 1973-                                                    May 1974

VII/11/4   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Lawsuit re. Move of Presidential Materials. Brief. Notes.
                                                            December 1974

VII/12/1   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Swearing In. Guest List. Telephone Remarks.
                                                            Photographs, see: XV/1/13. August 9, 1974.

VII/12/2   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Press Conferences. August 28,1974-March 13, 1976

VII/12/3   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Pardon of Richard M. Nixon. Memorandum. Proclamation.
                                                           Statements. September 8, 1974

VII/12/4   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Japan, Korea,  
                                                            USSR.Korea,USSR. November 17, 1974-November 24, 1974

VII/12/5   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Japan, Korea, USSR.
                                                            November 17, 1974-November 24, 1974

VII/12/6   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Japan. Photograph, see: XV/1/14.

VII/12/7   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Japan. Issues of Japanese Newspapers and Magazines.
                                                            November 19, 1974-November 22,1974

VII/12/8   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Japan. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia.

VII/12/9   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Korea. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia.
                                                            Photograph, see XV/1/15. Realia, see XVI/3/1. November 22,                                                             1974-November 23, 1974

VII/12/10 1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to USSR. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia. November                                                             23, 1974-November 24, 1974

VII/12/11 1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Belgium, Spain, Austria, Italy, Vatican. May 28,1975-
                                                           June 3, 1975

VII/12/12 1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Belgium, Spain, Austria, Italy, Vatican. May 28, 1975-
                                                           June 3, 1975

VII/13/1   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Belgium. NATO Documents. May 28, 1975-May 31, 1975

VII/13/2   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Austria. June 1, 1975-June 3, 1975

VII/13/3   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Belgium, Spain, Austria, Italy, Vatican. Lawrence M.                                                             O'Rourke Memorabilia. May 28, 1975-June 3, 1975

VII/13/4   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Federal Republic of Germany, Poland, Finland, Romania,                                                             Yugoslavia. July 26, 1975-August 4, 1975

VII/13/5   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Federal Republic of Germany. Photographs, see:                                                            XV/1/16. July 26, 1975-July 28, 1975

VII/13/6   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Federal Republic of Germany. Lawrence M. O'Rourke                                                             Memorabilia. July 26, 1975-July 28, 1975

VII/13/7   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Federal Republic of Germany. Pamphlets and Booklets                                                             about the German Democratic Republic. July 26, 1975-July 28,                                                             1975

VII/13/8   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Poland. July 28, 1975-July 29, 1975

VII/14/1   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Finland. Conference on Security and Cooperation in                                                             Europe. Helsinki. July 30, 1975-August 1, 1975

VII/14/2   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Finland. Conference on Security and Cooperation in                                                            Europe. Helsinki. List of Participants. July 30, 1975-August 1,                                                            1975

VII/14/3   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Finland. Conference on Security and Cooperation in                                                            Europe. Helsinki. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia. July 30,                                                            1975-August 1, 1975

VII/14/4   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Romania. August 2, 1975-August 3, 1975

VII/14/5   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Yugoslavia. August 3, 1975-August 4, 1975

VII/14/6   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Yugoslavia. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia. August                                                             3, 1975-August 4, 1975

VII/15/1   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to California. Pepperdine University. September 20, 1975

VII/15/2   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to California. Assassination Attempt on the President in San                                                             Francisco. September 22, 1975

VII/15/3   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to California. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia.                                                             September 1975

VII/15/4   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to France. November 14, 1975-November 17, 1975

VII/15/5   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to France. Economic Summit. Declaration of Rambouillet.                                                             November 12, 1975-November 25, 1975

VII/15/6   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to France. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia. November                                                             14, 1975-November 17, 1975

VII/15/7   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      IRS Intelligence Activities. 1975

VII/15/8   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      IRS Intelligence Activities. 1975

VII/15/9   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      IRS Intelligence Activities. 1975. Newspaper Clippings

VII/15/10  1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.     Correspondence with Governor Thomson, New Hampshire.                                                            February 9, 1975-February 18, 1976

VII/15/11  1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.     Portrait of the First Two Years. August 1976

VII/15/12  1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.     Trip to State Fair of Texas. October 1976

VII/16/1   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.        President Elect. November 1976-January 1977

VII/16/2   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.        Inauguration. Photographs, see: XV/1/17. January 1977

VII/16/3   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.        Vice President Walter F. Mondale. Trip to Brussels, Bonn,
                                                            Berlin, Rome, London, Paris, Tokyo. January 23, 1977-
                                                            January 30, 1977

VII/16/4   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.        Vice President Walter F. Mondale. Trip to Brussels, Bonn,
                                                            Berlin, Rome, London, Paris, Tokyo. January 23, 1977-
                                                            January 30, 1977

VII/16/5   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.        Vice President Walter F. Mondale. Trip to Brussels, Bonn,

                                                            Berlin, Rome, London, Paris, Tokyo. Photograph,

                                                            see: XV/1/18. January 23, 1977-January 30, 1977

VII/17/1   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Prime Minister Menachem Begin's Visit to the U.S. July 18,
                                                            1977-July 21, 1977

VII/17/2   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Meetings of Presidents Carter and Sadat and Prime Minister                                                              Begin at Camp David. September 1978

VII/17/3   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Middle East Peace Talks. 1975-1979

VII/17/4   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Middle East Peace Talks. Magazine Covers and Articles.
                                                             1977-1979

VII/17/5   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Palestinians. Pacific News Service. 1977

VII/17/6   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Trip to Israel, Lebanon, Egypt.                                                              Preparatory Documents. Schedule. Memorabilia. Photograph,                                                              see: XV/1/19. May 1978

VII/17/7   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Trip to Israel. Memorabilia. Maps. May                                                              1978

VII/17/8   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Trip to Egypt and Israel. March 8, 1979-March 13, 1979

VII/17/9   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Trip to Israel and Egypt. Cairo Press Review. Selections from the

                                                             Hebrew Press. March 8, 1979-March 13, 1979

VII/17/10 1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Administration. Resignations. Photograph, see: XV/1/20. July 19,                                                              1979-July 20, 1979

VII/17/11 1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Visit of Pope John Paul II, Washington, DC. October 6,
                                                             1979-October 7, 1979

VII/17/12 1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Visit of Pope John Paul II, Washington, DC. Lawrence M.
                                                            O'Rourke Memorabilia. October 6, 1979-October 7, 1979

VII/18/1   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Shah of Iran. Visits to the US. Press Notes from Imperial                                                              Embassy of Iran, Washington, D.C. 1976-1979

VII/18/2   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Iran Freedom Foundation. Press Releases. Radio and

                                                            TV Reports. 1979

VII/18/3   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Iran. Background Documents. 1978-1979

VII/19/1   1981-1985. Ronald W. Reagan. Gulf Cooperation Council, Abu Dhabi. Lawrence M. O'Rourke                                                              Memorabilia. Photograph, Slides, see: XV/1/21. May 1981

VII/19/2   1981-1985. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to Japan and Korea. November 8, 1983-November 14,                                                               1983

VII/19/3   1981-1985. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to Japan and Korea. Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Visa                                                              Applications. Press Credential Applications. November 1983

VII/19/4   1981-1985. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to China. April 26, 1984-May 1, 1984

VII/19/5   1981-1985. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to China. April 26, 1984-May 1, 1984

VII/19/6   1981-1985. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to China. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia. April 26,                                                                    1984-May 1, 1984

VII/20/1   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Inaugural Parade. January 21, 1985

VII/20/2   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to Quebec City. March 17, 1985-March 18, 1985

VII/20/3   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to the Bonn Economic Summit, Spain, the European          
                                                            Parliament and Portugal. April 30, 1985-May 10, 1985

VII/20/4   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to the Bonn Economic Summit, Spain, the European
                                                            Parliament and Portugal. April 30, 1985-May 10, 1985

VII/21/1   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Lawrence M. O'Rourke's Trip to the Philippines. Background                                                              Material. Letters. Wire Reports. Notes. Memorabilia. March 1986

VII/21/2   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to Indonesia/the ASEAN Conference and the Tokyo
                                                             Economic Summit. April 25, 1986-May 7, 1986

VII/21/3   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to Indonesia/the ASEAN Conference and the Tokyo
                                                             Economic Summit. April 25, 1986-May 7, 1986

VII/21/4   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to Indonesia/the ASEAN Conference and the Tokyo
                                                             Economic Summit. Japan Times, May 4, 1986. April 25,
                                                             1986-May 7, 1986

VII/22/1   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Administration. Resignation letter from Donald T. Regan, Chief                                                               of Staff. Memorandum from George P. Shultz, Secretary of                                                               State. February 27, 1987. August 4, 1987

VII/22/2   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to Venice Economic Summit, Rome, the Vatican, West                                                              Berlin, and Bonn. June 3, 1987-June 12, 1987

VII/22/3   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to Venice Economic Summit, Rome, the Vatican, West                                                              Berlin, and Bonn. June 3, 1987-June 12, 1987

VII/22/4   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to Venice Economic Summit, Rome, the Vatican, West                                                              Berlin, and Bonn. Background Document. Pope's Welcome
                                                             Speech. Demonstrations. June 3, 1987-June 12, 1987

VII/22/5   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan.  General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev. Washington Summit.                                                               December 1987

VII/22/6   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan.  General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev. Washington Summit.                                                               December 1987

VII/22/7   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan.  Trip to the Toronto Economic Summit. June 19, 1988-June 21,                                                               1988

VII/22/8   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan.  Trip to the Toronto Economic Summit. Background Material.                                                               Lawrence M. O'Rourke's Applications for Media Accreditation.
                                                              Realia, see: XVI/3/4. June 19, 1988-June 21, 1988

VII/22/9   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan.  Office of the President-Elect. Quayle Interview. November 1988.
                                                              January 1989

VII/23/1   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush.  Visit for State Funeral of Emperor Showa. Lawrence M.                                                              O'Rourke Memorabilia. February 23, 1989-February 25, 1989

VII/23/2   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush.  Trip to Japan, the People's Republic of China, and the Republic                                                              of Korea. February 22, 1989-February 27, 1989

VII/23/3   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush.  Trip to Brussels NATO Summit, Rome, the Vatican, Bonn, and                                                              London. May 26, 1989-June 2, 1989

VII/23/4   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush.  Trip to Brussels NATO Summit, Rome, the Vatican, Bonn, and                                                              London. May 26, 1989-June 2, 1989

VII/23/5   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush.  Trip to Brussels NATO Summit, Rome, the Vatican, Bonn, and                                                              London. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia. May 26, 1989-
                                                             June 2, 1989

VII/23/6   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush.  Lawrence M. O'Rourke's Trip to Germany/Berlin. Schedule.                                                              Background Documents. Press Program for the Visit by
                                                             Mikhail S. Gorbachev to the Federal Republic of Germany. June                                                              1989

VII/23/7   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Trip to Poland, Hungary, the Paris Economic Summit and
                                                            French Bicentennial, and the Netherlands. July 9, 1989-
                                                            July 18, 1989

VII/24/1   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush.Trip to Poland, Hungary, the Paris Economic Summit and
                                                            French Bicentennial, and the Netherlands. July 9, 1989-
                                                            July 18, 1989

VII/24/2   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Trip to the 44th United Nations General Assembly. New York.                                                             September 25, 1989

VII/24/3   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Trip to Costa Rica. October 27, 1989-October 28, 1989

VII/24/4   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Meeting in Malta. Pre-Advance Team. November 1989

VII/24/5   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Mediterranean Meetings of Presidents Bush and Gorbachev.                                                             December 2, 1989-December 3, 1989

VII/24/6   1989-1993 George H. W. Bush. Mediterranean Meetings of Presidents Bush and Gorbachev.                                                             December 2, 1989-December 3, 1989

VII/24/7   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Mediterranean Meetings of Presidents Bush and Gorbachev.                                                             December 2, 1989-December 3, 1989

VII/25/1   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Meetings of Prime Minister Thatcher and President Bush.                                                             Bermuda. April 13, 1990

VII/25/2   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Meetings of President Bush and President Mitterrand. Key                                                             Largo, Florida. April 19, 1990

VII/25/3   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Summit Meetings of Presidents Bush and Gorbachev.                                                             Washington, DC. May 31, 1990-June 3, 1990

VII/25/4   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Summit Meetings of Presidents Bush and Gorbachev.                                                             Washington, DC. 1990

VII/25/5   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Trip to Economic Summit of Industrialized Democracies. July 9,                                                             1990-July 11, 1990

VII/25/6   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Meetings of President Bush and President Gorbachev. Helsinki,
                                                            Finland. September 9, 1990

VII/25/7   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Trip to Europe and the Middle East. President Havel's Speech.                                                             November 16, 1990-November 23, 1990

VII/26/1   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Persian Gulf War. Chronology. Media Information.                                                             Photographs, see: XV/1/22-25.

VII/26/2   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Persian Gulf War. Background Documents. 1990-1991

VII/26/3   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Persian Gulf War. Journal Articles. Reports. 1991

VII/26/4   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Persian Gulf War. Newspaper Clippings. 1991

VII/26/5   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Persian Gulf War. Wire Reports. 1991

VII/26/6   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Persian Gulf War. The Media at War. A Gannett Foundation                                                             Report. June 1991

VII/26/7   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Review of Passengers accompanying Governor Sununu on
                                                            Military Aircraft. Memorandum. May 9, 1991

VII/26/8   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Peace Conference, Madrid. October 1991-November 1991

VII/26/9   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Peace Conference, Madrid. Guides compiled by Jordan Media                                                             Group and by American Israel Public Affairs Committee. 1991

VII/26/10 1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Operation Desert Storm. GAO Reports. 1991

VII/26/11 1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Operation Desert Storm. GAO Reports. 1991-1992

VII/26/12 1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. The State of the Union. Photograph, see: XV/1/26. January 28,                                                               1992

VII/27/1   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Office of the President-elect and Vice President-elect. Press                                                             Schedules. Statements. Transcripts. November 1992-January                                                             1993

VII/27/2   1993-1997. William J. Clinton.   Presidential Inaugural. January 1993

VII/27/3   1993-1997. William J. Clinton.   Inauguration Program. Photographs, see: XV/1/27. January 1993

VII/27/4   1993-1997. William J. Clinton.   Legal Defense Fund. List of Donors. February 3, 1995

VII/27/5   1993-1997. William J. Clinton.   Visit by His Holiness Pope John Paul II. Remarks. Statement.                                                              Holy See Press Office Releases. October 4, 1995-October 8,                                                              1995

VII/27/6   1993-1997. William J. Clinton.   Visit by His Holiness Pope John Paul II. Central Park, New York.                                                              Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore. Programs. October 4,                                                              1995-October 8, 1995

VII/27/7   1993-1997. William J. Clinton.   Visit by His Holiness Pope John Paul II. Media Guide. October 4,                                                              1995-October 8, 1995

VII/27/8   1993-1997. William J. Clinton.   Visit by His Holiness Pope John Paul II. Media Guide. October 4,                                                              1995-October 8, 1995

VII/27/9   1993-1997. William J. Clinton.   Visit by His Holiness Pope John Paul II. Media Guide. October 4,                                                              1995-October 8, 1995

 

 

VIII. Department of Education

Box 1-9

Lawrence M. O'Rourke served in the newly-created Department of Education during 1980 and 1981. The papers in this series are arranged in chronological order respecting Lawrence M. O'Rourke's original subject arrangement. Most documents relate to administrative matters, and to the activities of the Secretary, Shirley Hufstedler.

 

VIII/1/1   Department of Education Organization Act of 1979. 96th Congress, 1st Session. Senate. Report                no. 96-49. March 27, 1979

VIII/1/2   Hufstedler, Shirley. Nomination Hearing. Newspaper Clippings. Photograph, see: XV/1/28. 1979-
               1981

VIII/1/3   Carpenter, Elizabeth. Fischer, Carl William. Gabusi, John B. Nominations. Hearing. February 18,                  1980

VIII/1/4    Carpenter, Elizabeth. Scheduled Speeches. Article in "Texas Woman". 1980

VIII/1/5    Organization. 1979-1980

VIII/1/6    Telephone Directories. Expediter List. 1980

VIII/1/7    Annual Report. 1980

VIII/1/8    Office of Public Affairs. Organization. Memos. Reports. Charts. Notes. October 1979-April 1980

VIII/1/9    Office of Public Affairs. Organization. Memos. Reports. Charts. Notes. May 1980-September                   1980

VIII/2/1    Correspondence. Lawrence M. O'Rourke. February 1980-December 1980

VIII/2/2    Notes. Lawrence M. O'Rourke. April 1980-November 1980 + no date

VIII/2/3    Lawrence M. O’Rourke. New England Educators’ Conference, Boston. Speech. October 17,                      1980

VIII/2/4    Lawrence M. O’Rourke. U.S./Israel Colloquium. Memos. Correspondence. December 9, 1980-                   December 11, 1980

VIII/2/5    Note to Lawrence M. O’Rourke from OPA Staff. January 21, 1981

VIII/2/6    Hatch Act. Guidelines, Correspondence, Notes. June 1980–August 1980

VIII/2/7    Reagan – Kemp – Roth Proposal. Notes. Description. Speeches. no date

VIII/2/8    Nonpublic Education. Correspondence. Statistics. Notes. September 1980-October 1980

VIII/2/9    Federal Administration and Education. Papers. Policy Statements. May 1980-September 1980

VIII/2/10  Bilingual Education Program. Reports. Memo. Correspondence. Pamphlets. 1975-1980

VIII/2/11  Bilingual Education. Secondary Literature

VIII/2/12  Hispanic Consumer Education. August 1980-September 1980

VIII/3/1   Office of Planning and Budget. FY 1982 Budget Planning Meeting. Notes. May 12, 1980-May 13,               1980

VIII/3/2   Office of Planning and Budget. FY 1982 Budget Planning Meeting. Conference Material, 1. May               12, 1980–May 13, 1980

VIII/3/3   Office of Planning and Budget. FY 1982 Budget Planning Meeting, Conference Material, 2. May               12, 1980–May 13, 1980

VIII/3/4   Office of Planning and Budget. FY 1982 Budget Planning Meeting. Conference Material, 3. May               12, 1980–May 13, 1980

VIII/3/5   Office of Planning and Budget. Materials for plenary budget review session. August 6, 1980

VIII/4/1   Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Office of Education. Publications Guidelines.                    1975–1979

VIII/4/2   Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Office of Education. Publications Guidelines.                   Correspondence, Notes. January 1980–July 1980

VIII/4/3   Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Office of Education/Department of Education.                   Office of Public Affairs. "American Education". Correspondence. Notes. Memos. September                       1979–July 1980

VIII/4/4   "American Education". March 1980-July 1980

VIII/4/5   "American Education". August 1980-February 1981

VIII/4/6   Office of Public Affairs. Speech Writing. Memos. Notes. May 1980–August 1980

VIII/5/1   Office of Public Affairs. Secretary’s Schedule. June 1980-January 1981

VIII/5/2   National Congress on Church-Related Colleges and Universities, February 2. Pennsylvania State                Educational Association, Harrisburg, April 15. Oklahoma Baptist University, April 16. Memos. Notes.
               Statements. 1980

VIII/5/3   Radio and TV Recording. Secretary’s Statements. Memos. Notes. April 23, 1980

VIII/5/4   ED Day. Hirshhorn Museum. Stamp Design Unveiling. April 28, 1980

VIII/5/5   ED Day: A Salute to Learning. Press Releases. Program. Speeches. April 28, 1980-May 9, 1980

VIII/5/6   ED Day. National Press Club. May 1, 1980

VIII/5/7   ED Day. Secretary’s Schedule. Remarks. Speeches. May 6, 1980

VIII/5/8   ED Day. Brookings Institution, Public Policy Seminar. National Portrait Gallery. May 6, 1980

VIII/5/9   ED Day: A Salute to Learning. The White House. Secretary’s Schedule. Speeches. Program.                     May 7, 1980

VIII/5/10 ED Day. Dunbar Senior High School. College of William and Mary. Secretary’s Schedule. Notes.               Memos. May 8, 1980

VIII/5/11 ED Day. Live Satellite Conference. Memos. Notes. Remarks. Speeches. May 9, 1980

VIII/6/1   Presidential Scholars. White House and George Washington University. June 30, 1980-July 1,                   1980

VIII/6/2   National Youth Science Camp. Draft for speech. July 2, 1980

VIII/6/3   NEA Convention, Los Angeles. Speeches by President Carter and the Secretary of Education.                  July 3, 1980-July 6, 1980

VIII/6/4   Women Lawyers / Women in Business. Draft outline of speech. July 1980

VIII/6/5   Push Excel, New Orleans, LA. Secretary’s Speech. Drafts. Notes. Documents. July 14, 1980-July               19, 1980

VIII/6/6   National Alliance of Business. Secretary’s Speech. Drafts. Notes. July 17, 1980

VIII/6/7   Martha Keys. Swearing In. Secretary’s Speech. July 22, 1980

VIII/6/8   Sperling Breakfast Group. Interview. Notes. July 23, 1980

VIII/6/9   Pennsylvania State. Department of Education. Teleconference. Memos. Notes. July 24, 1980

VIII/6/10 Luncheon Meeting with 1980 White House Fellows. Visit to Gallaudet College. Notes. Memos.                   July 25, 1980

VIII/6/11 Ed Martin. Swearing In. July 30, 1980

VIII/6/12 Future Farmers of America. Secretary’s Speech. Memos. July 31, 1980

VIII/7/1   Education Commission of the States. Atlanta. Secretary’s Speech. Notes. Agenda. Background                Material. August 1, 1980

VIII/7/2   Secretary’s Press Conference. Atlanta. Background Material. August 1, 1980

VIII/7/3   National Urban League, New York City. Notes. Memos. Secretary’s Speech. August 4, 1980

VIII/7/4   Cindy Brown. Swearing In. Secretary's Speech. August 4, 1980

VIII/7/5   Jewish Vocational Service and Community Workshop. Detroit. Notes. August 21, 1980-August                  22,1980

VIII/7/6   American Federation of Teachers (AFT). Detroit. Secretary’s Speech. Notes. Journal Articles.                    Newspaper Clippings. August 21, 1980-August 22, 1980

VIII/7/7   Public Affairs Speech-Writing Retreat. Roanoke, VA. Schedules. August 22, 1980-August 24,                    1980

VIII/7/8   Richmond Public School System. Richmond, VA. Background Information. Notes. Schedule.                   August 25, 1980

VIII/8/1   Secretary in Texas. Schedule, Speech at the Laguna Gloria Art Museum (Austin). September 6,                 1980-September 7, 1980

VIII/8/2   Franklin, Boston, MA. Schedules. Programs. News Clippings. September 11, 1980

VIII/8/3   Stamp Day Ceremony. Franklin, MA/Tri-County Regional Vocational-Technical School. Memos.                 Correspondence. Notes. September 12, 1980

VIII/8/4   Stamp Ceremony. Franklin, MA. Invitations. Notes. September 12, 1980

VIII/8/5   Stamp Ceremony. Franklin, MA. Secondary Literature. Misc. Material. September 12, 1980

VIII/8/6   Secretary’s Visit to Detroit. Schedules. Notes. Background Information. September 14-16, 1980

VIII/8/7   Wayne-Westland Community Schools. Wayne, MI. Notes. Correspondence. Background I                          Information. September 15, 1980

VIII/8/8   International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers. Detroit, MI. Notes.                                      Correspondence. Secretary’s Speech. September 16, 1980

VIII/8/9   Back to School Rally. Schedule. Secretary’s Speech. September 17, 1980

VIII/8/10  Cleveland, OH, Wausau, WI. Schedules. Notes. Secretary’s Speech. September 19, 1980-                          September 21, 1980

VIII/8/11 Cleveland, OH; Wausau, WI. Secondary Literature. September 19, 1980-September 21, 1980

VIII/8/12 National Invitational Conference on Worklife Education. Baltimore, MD. Memos. Notes.                             Secretary’s Speech. September 23, 1980

VIII/8/13 James B. Thomas Jr. Swearing In. Speeches. September 25, 1980

VIII/9/1   Leadership of the Philadelphia Jewish Community. Schedule. Secretary’s Speech. Misc. October                5, 1980

XIII/9/2   Hunter College. Schedule. Secretary's Speech. October 8, 1980

VIII/9/3   American Council on Education. San Francisco. Schedules. Notes. Memos. Secretary’s Speech.                October 9, 1980

VIII/9/4   Education Groups in Richland, WA and Seattle, WA. Talking Points. October 12, 1980

VIII/9/5   California, New Mexico, Texas. Secretary’s Schedule. Notes. Memos. October 19-23, 1980

VIII/9/6   Magazine Publishers Association. Palm Springs, CA. Memos. Notes. Secretary’s Speech.                        October 21, 1980

VIII/9/7   League of California Cities. Los Angeles. October 22, 1980

VIII/9/8   Texas. Secretary’s Schedules. Speeches. 1980, October 23-26, 1980

VIII/9/9   Sunday Breakfast Club, Philadelphia. Secretary’s Speech. Notes. January 7, 1981

 

 

IX. Gridiron Club

Box 1-6

The series contains meeting documents, correspondence and material relating to the club's activities. Many documents cover Lawrence M. O'Rourke's presidency in 1989.

 

IX/1/1    Free, James. The First 100 Years. A Casual Chronicle of the Gridiron Club. Washington, DC. The Gridiron Club. Journal Article about the Gridiron Club. Pennant, see Realia: XVI/5/6. 1985

IX/1/2    Meeting Notices. 1974-1976

IX/1/3    Meeting Notices. 1982. 1987-1988. 1990-1999

IX/1/4    Meeting Notices. 2000-2008

IX/1/5    United States Marine Band. American Federation of Musicians. Correspondence. Notes. 1975-     1977

IX/2/1    Annual List of Officers and Members. 1974. 1977-1994. 2003-2005

IX/2/2    Correspondence. 1973-1975. 1981-1987

IX/2/3    Correspondence. 1988

IX/2/4    Correspondence. 1989-1999

IX/2/5    Correspondence. 2000-2007

IX/2/6    Correspondence. Undated.

IX/2/7    The Gridiron Foundation. Minutes. Balance Sheets. Correspondence. 1987-1989

IX/2/8    Newspaper Clippings. 1985-2006

IX/3/1    Annual Dinners. Seating Charts. 1973-1975. 1981. 1984. 1986-1989

IX/3/2    Annual Dinners. Seating Charts. 1990-1999

IX/3/3    Annual Dinners. 2000-2006

IX/3/4    Annual Dinners. Dinner Schedules. 1987. 1989. 2002. 2004. 2008

IX/3/5    Annual Dinners. Menus. 1973. 1988-1989. 1991. 1995. 2000-2001. 2004-2005. 2007

IX/3/6    Annual Dinners. Miscellaneous Material. No date

IX/4/1    Annual Dinners. Rehearsal Books. 1973-1974

IX/4/2    Annual Dinners. Rehearsal Books. 1975. 1977

IX/4/3    Annual Dinners. Rehearsal Books. 1980-1984

IX/4/4    Annual Dinners. Rehearsal Books. 1985. 1987

IX/4/5    Annual Dinners. Rehearsal Books. 1988

IX/5/1    Annual Dinners. Rehearsal Books. 1990-1993

IX/5/2    Annual Dinners. Rehearsal Books. 1994-1995. 1997

IX/5/3    Annual Dinners. Rehearsal Books. 1998. 2000-2002

IX/5/4    Annual Dinners. Rehearsal Books. 2003-2006. 2008

IX/6/1    O'Rourke Presidency. Financial Information. 1989

IX/6/2    O'Rourke Presidency. Meeting Notices. Minutes. Correspondence. 1989

IX/6/3    O'Rourke Presidency. Annual Dinner, April 1. Meetings. Correspondence. 1989

IX/6/4    O'Rourke Presidency. Annual Dinner, April 1. Guest list. Invitations. Acceptance Letters.
            Thank-you letters. 1989

IX/6/5    O'Rourke Presidency. Annual Dinner, April 1. Program. Menu. Schedule. Rehearsal Book. 1989

IX/6/6    O'Rourke Presidency. Annual Dinner, April 1. Speech by President George Bush. 1989

IX/6/7    O'Rourke Presidency. Annual Dinner, April 1. Entertainment Planning. 1989

IX/6/8    O'Rourke Presidency. Annual Dinner, April 1. O'Rourke Family Schedule. 1989

IX/6/9    O'Rourke Presidency. Gridiron Weekend, March 31-April 2. Invitations 1989

IX/6/10  O'Rourke Presidency. Dinner hosted by Mr. Joseph Pulitzer honoring the Gridiron Club    Presidency of Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Invitations. Guest list. Planning Documents. March 31,                        1989

IX/6/11 O'Rourke Presidency. Winter Gridiron Dinner, December 2. Speeches. Menu. Rehearsal Book.     Correspondence. 1989

 

 

X. White House Correspondents' Association

Box 1

Most material relates to the Association's annual dinner. Correspondence and notes from 1976-1977 when Lawrence M. O'Rourke served as president of the Association.

 

X/1/1    Annual Dinner. Program. 1964. 1969-1971

X/1/2    Annual Dinner. Program. 1972-1977

X/1/3    Annual Dinner. Program. 1981-1982. 1985. 1989. 1991

X/1/4    Lawrence M. O'Rourke, President, May 1976-1977. Correspondence. Notes. 1976

X/1/5    Lawrence M. O'Rourke, President, May 1976-May 1977. Annual Dinner. Notes. Speech. Seating                Charts. Newspaper Clipping. South Phila. String Band Badge with Ribbons. 1977

X/1/6    Photographs, see: XV/1/29

 

 

XI. Other Professional Activities

Box 1-5 

Arranged in chronological order according to the Lawrence M. O'Rourke's activities. The series contains the following journals edited by Lawrence M. O'Rourke: "White House Weekly" (1981-1982), "Health Education Reports" (1981-2001), and "The American Teacher" (1983 and 1985).

 

XI/1/1    Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Lawrence M. O'Rourke, Consultant.         Reports. 1981

XI/1/2    Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Lawrence M. O'Rourke, Consultant.         Drafts for Speeches. 1981

XI/1/3    Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Lawrence M. O'Rourke, Consultant.         Writings. 1981

XI/1/4    Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Correspondence.         1983-2006

XI/1/5    Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Visiting Fellowships:                Wilmington College, OH, 1984; Mercy College, NY, 1985;

            University of Evansville, IN, 1986; Whitman College, WA, 1990; Longwood College, VA, 1991;      Erskine College, SC, 1996. Realia, see: XVI/5/2. 1984-1996

XI/1/6    Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Visiting Fellowships:    Central College, IA, 2002. Bethany College, WV, 2004.

XI/1/7    Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Visiting Fellowship.     Flagler College, FL. 2001. 2007-2008

XI/1/8    Speaking Engagements. National Young Leaders Conference, 1994-2001. Global Young Leaders             Conference, 1999-2002. Congressional Youth Leadership Council, 1996-1999.

            Association of Perioperative Registered Nurses, 2002. Schedules. Correspondence. 1994-2002

XI/2/1    "White House Weekly." A Feistritzer Publication. Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. January 1981-     May 1981

XI/2/2    "White House Weekly." A Feistritzer Publication. Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. June 1981-          December 1981

XI/2/3    "White House Weekly." A Feistritzer Publication. Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. January 1982-     June 1982.

XI/2/4    "White House Weekly." A Feistritzer Publication. Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. July 1982-           December 1982

XI/2/5    "The American Teacher." Editor and Publisher: C. Emily Feistritzer. Assistant Editor: Lawrence M.             O'Rourke. 1983. Feistritzer, C. Emily.

            Cheating our Children. Ed. by Warren Rogers and Lawrence M. O'Rourke, 1985.

XI/3/1    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 3-Vol. 4. January 15, 1981-         January 13, 1983

XI/3/2    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 5-Vol. 6. January 27, 1983-         December 13, 1984

XI/3/3    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 7-Vol. 8. January 10, 1985-Dece

XI/3/4    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 9-Vol. 10. December 8, 1988

XI/4/1    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 11-Vol. 12. January 5, 1989-       December 20, 1990

XI/4/2    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 13-Vol. 14. December 19, 1991-  December 3, 1992

XI/4/3    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 15-Vol. 16. January 14, 1993-     December 15, 1994

XI/4/4    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 17-Vol. 18." January 12, 1995-    December 12, 1996

XI/5/1    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 19-Vol. 20. January 9, 1997-       December 10, 1998

XI/5/2    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 21-Vol. 23. January 7, 1999-       January 22, 2001

 

 

XII. White House. Office of the Press Secretary. Press Releases.

Box 1-6

Copies of press releases issued by the Office of the Press Secretary, White House. Filed in chronological order.

 

XII/1/1   Press Releases. 1969-1971

XII/1/2   Press Releases. Presidents Nixon's Trip to China. February 1972

XII/1/3   Press Releases. May 1972

XII/1/4   Press Releases. September 1972-November 1972

XII/1/5   Press Releases. January 1973-June 1973

XII/1/6   Press Releases. July 1973-December 1973

XII/2/1   Press Releases. January 1974-June 1974

XII/2/2   Press Releases. July 1974

XII/2/3   Press Releases. August 1974-September 1974

XII/2/4   Press Releases. October 1974

XII/2/5   Press Releases. November 1974-December 1974

XII/3/1   Press Releases. April 1975

XII/3/2   Press Releases. May 1975-June 1975

XII/3/3   Press Releases. July 1975-August 1975

XII/3/4   Press Releases. September 1975-November 1975

XII/3/5   Press Releases. January 1976

XII/3/6   Press Releases. February 1976

XII/4/1   Press Releases. March 1976

XII/4/2   Press Releases. May 1976-June 1976

XII/4/3   Press Releases. July 1976-August 1976

XII/4/4   Press Releases. September 1976-October 9, 1976

XII/4/5   Press Releases. October 22, 1976-October 25, 1976

XII/4/6   Press Releases. October 26, 1976-November 1, 1976

XII/5/1   Press Releases. 1977-1979

XII/5/2   Press Releases. 1983-June 1984

XII/5/3   Press Releases. July 1984

XII/5/4   Press Releases. August 1984-September 1984

XII/5/5   Press Releases. October 1984-December 1984

XII/6/1   Press Releases. 1985

XII/6/2   Press Releases. 1987

XII/6/3   Press Releases. 1988-1989

XII/6/4   Press Releases. February 1990-June 1990

XII/6/5   Press Releases. July 1990-November 1991

 

 

XIII. Pool Reports

Box 1-5

The pool reports are filed in chronological order. Boxes 3-4 contain pool reports covering the Persian Gulf War from January 1991 to February 1991. Lawrence M. O'Rourke reported from the Persian Gulf in this period.

 

XIII/1/1 Pool Reports. 1970-1971

XIII/1/2  Pool Reports. 1972

XIII/1/3  Pool Reports. 1973

XIII/1/4 Pool Reports. February 1974-June 19, 1974

XIII/1/5 Pool Reports. June 26, 1974-August 1974

XIII/1/6  Pool Reports. September 1974-November 5, 1974

XIII/1/7 Pool Reports. November 17, 1974-November 24, 1974

XIII/1/8 Pool Reports. April 1975-May 1975

XIII/1/9 Pool Reports. My 28, 1975-June 3, 1975

XIII/1/10 Pool Reports. July 1975-August 1975

XIII/1/11 Pool Reports. September 1975

XIII/1/12 Pool Reports. January 1976-June 1976

XIII/2/1 Pool Reports. August 1976-November 1976

XIII/2/2 Pool Reports. January 1977-February 1977

XIII/2/3 Pool Reports. 1978-1979

XIII/2/4 Pool Reports. 1984

XIII/2/5 Pool Reports. 1985-1988

XIII/2/6 Pool Reports. January 1989-July 1989

XIII/2/7 Pool Reports. July 1989-December 1989

XIII/2/8 Pool Reports. 1990

XIII/3/1 Pool Reports. 1-50. Persian Gulf War. January 1991

XIII/3/2 Pool Reports. 51-100. Persian Gulf War. January 1991

XIII/3/3 Pool Reports. 101-150. Persian Gulf War. January 1991

XIII/3/4 Pool Reports. 151-200. Persian Gulf War. January 1991

XIII/3/5 Pool Reports. 201-250. Persian Gulf War. January 1991

XIII/3/6  Pool Reports. 251-300. Persian Gulf War. January 1991

XIII/3/7 Pool Reports. 301-350. Persian Gulf War. January 1991

XIII/3/8 Pool Reports. 351-400. Persian Gulf War. January 1991

XIII/4/1 Pool Reports. 401-450. Persian Gulf War. January 1991

XIII/4/2 Pool Reports. 451-489. Persian Gulf War. February 1991

XIII/4/3 Pool Reports. 490-450. Persian Gulf War. February 1991

XIII/4/4 Pool Reports. 551-600. Persian Gulf War. February 1991

XIII/4/5  Pool Reports. 601-650. Persian Gulf War. February 1991

XIII/4/6 Pool Reports. 651-700. Persian Gulf War. February 1991

XIII/4/7 Pool Reports. 701-750. Persian Gulf War. February 1991

XIII/4/8 Pool Reports. 751-830. Persian Gulf War. February 1991

XIII/5/1 Pool Reports. 1991-1993

XIII/5/2 Pool Reports. no date

 

 

XIV. Miscellaneous

Box 1-2

Miscellaneous documents reflecting Lawrence M. O'Rourke's activities and interests.

 

XIV/1/1             Civil Rights. Press Releases. Newsletters. Newspaper Clippings. Speeches. 1964

XIV/1/2             White House Conference "To Fulfill These Rights". Reports. Recommendations. List of    Participants. June 1, 1966-June 2, 1966

XIV/1/3             Joseph, Theodore Y. "Attitudes of White House Newsmen and Administration Officials toward     Background Briefings." A thesis...for the degree of Master of Arts. 1972

XIV/1/4             News Industry. Studies. Reports. 1975-1996

XIV/1/5             News Industry. Magazine Articles. Newspaper Clippings. 1990's

XIV/1/6 News Industry. AP Wire Reports. 1990's

XIV/2/1             Northern Ireland. Trips by Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Itineraries. Programs. Contacts. Memorabilia.             Photographs, see: XV/1/30. 1987. 1995

XIV/2/2             Northern Ireland. Background Material. 1977-1980

XIV/2/3             Northern Ireland. Background Material. 1985-1997

XIV/2/4             Northern Ireland. Background Material. 1998

XIV/2/5             Northern Ireland. Letters from J. P. McGreevy to the Editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer and the     Bulletin. 1972-1979

XIV/2/6             Gaeltarra Eireann Controversy. Newspaper Clippings. Business Documents. Letters. 1978-1979

 

 

XV. Photographs

Box 1

 

XV/1/1  Lawrence M. O'Rourke. 3 photographs. (I/1/1). no date

XV/1/2 Richardson Dilworth. Hubert and Muriel Buck Humphrey. Muriel Buck Humphrey. Oliver North.      John Spratt. Rudolph Giuliani. Berlin Wall, Nov.9, 1989. Berlin, Oct. 3, 1990. 1956-1990

XV/1/3  George Bush. Barbara Bush. Bush Family. (VI/6/9).

XV/1/4 1988 Republican Presidential Candidates. (VI/9/6). 1984-1988

XV/1/5 Bill Clinton. (VI/10/5). 1992

XV/1/6 Rick Santorum (VI/13/4). 1994

XV/1/7 Richard Nixon. Trip to China. 2 photographs. (VII/3/6). 1 oversize photograph, see: XVI/2/1

XV/1/8 Iran. (VII/4/8)

XV/1/9 Richard M. Nixon and Patricia Nixon. (VII/5/10). 1969-1973

XV/1/10 Arthur V. Sampson. Administrator. General Services Administration. (VII/6/7). 1973

XV/1/11 Cedars of Lebanon Health Care Center. Miami, FL. S.K. Bronstein, President of Cedars of          Lebanon Hospital (?). (VII/6/9). 1974

XV/1/11a  Huntsville, Al. (VII/6/10) February 18, 1974

XV/1/12  Richard M. Nixon. Trip to Jordan. (VII/7/7). June 17, 1974

XV/1/13  President and Mrs. Ford. President and Mrs. Ford and Family. President Ford and Members of   Congress. (VII/12/1)

XV/1/14 Japan. His Majesty the Emperor and his Family. Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka, Foreign   Minister             Toshio Kimura. (VII/12/6) no date

XV/1/15 Unidentified. (VII/12/9). no date

XV/1/16 Walter Scheel, Dr. Mildred Scheel, Gerald R. Ford, Betty Ford. Walter Scheel. Dr. Mildred           Scheel. Helmut Schmidt. Hannelore Schmidt. Hans-Dietrich Genscher. Villa Hammerschmidt. Palais Schaumburg. Bonn town hall. Castle Gymnich. Gerald R. Ford (2). (VII/13/5). 1975

XV/1/17  President Jimmy Carter. Vice President Walter F. Mondale. (VII/16/2). 1977? no date

XV/1/18 Vice President Walter F. Mondale and Chancellor Helmut Schmidt. (VII/16/5). 1977?

XV/1/19 Moshe Dayan, Yitzhak Rabin, and Uzi Narkiss at the Lion's Gate, Jerusalem (copy of 1967          photo.) (VII/17/6). May 1978

XV/1/21  Gulf Cooperation Council. 19 slides compliments of Ministry of Information, Kingdom of Saudi   Arabia. (VII/19/1). 1981

XV/1/22   Persian Gulf War. Lawrence M. O'Rourke. 7 Photographs. (VII/26). November 1990-February        1991

XV/1/23   Persian Gulf War. President Bush in Dhahran Airport, Saudi Arabia. 8 Photographs. (VII/26).         November 1990.

XV/1/20 Patricia Roberts Harris, Secretary, HUD. (VII/17/10). no date

XV/1/24 Persian Gulf War. 32 Photographs. (VII/26). November 1990-December 1990

XV/1/25 Persian Gulf War. 33 Photographs. (VII/26). January 1991-February 1991

XV/1/26 President George H. W. Bush and Mrs. Barbara Bush. (VII/26/12). no date

XV/1/27 Bill Clinton. Al Gore. (VII/27/3). no date

XV/1/28 Hofstedler, Shirley. (VIII/1/2). no date

XV/1/29 White House Correspondents' Association. Dinner. Lawrence M. O'Rourke and unidentied                persons. 4 Photographs. (X/1/6). No date

XV/1/30 Northern Ireland. 7 Photographs. Copyright Ireland Tourist Board. (XIV/2/1)

 

 

XVI. Realia

Box 1-9

 

XVI/1/1   Black briefcase. Richard M. Nixon. Bermuda meeting. (VII/2/4) 1971

XVI/1/2   Blue travel bag. Richard M. Nixon. Trip to China. (VII/3/6). 1972

XVI/1/3   Black briefcase. Richard M. Nixon. Trip to Iran. (VII/4/9) 1972

XVI/2/1   Oversize photograph. Richard M. Nixon. Trip to China. (VII/3/5). 1972

XVI/2/2   The Evening Bulletin, 21 February, 1972. The Chicago Tribune, 23 February, 1972 - 23                               February, 1972. Chicago San Jual Al Dia, 1 Marzo, 1972 - 7 Marzo, 1972. (VII/3/5)

XVI/2/3   The Evening Bulletin. August 5-9, 12, 19-21, 23-24. (VII/10/2). 1972

XVI/3/1   Black briefcase. Gerald R. Ford. Trip to Korea. (VII/12/9). 1974

XVI/3/2   Blue Travel Bag. PAN AM/White House Press. No date

XVI/3/3   White Canvas Bag. Heartland Special/Reagan-Bush '84. (VI/8/1) 1984

XVI/3/4   Travel Bag. Ronald Reagan. Trip to the Toronto Economic Summit. (VII/22/8). 1988

XVI/4/1   Black Garment Bag/White House Press. No date

XVI/4/2   Red Canvas Bag. Democratic National Convention/CNN. (VI/11/1) 1992

XVI/4/3   Red Canvas Bag. Democratic National Convention/C-Span. (VI/15/6). 2000

XVI/4/4   Blue Canvas Bag. Republican National Convention/Verizon. (VI/15/5). 2000

XVI/4/5   Paraphernalia. Republican National Convention. (VI/15/5). 2000

XVI/5/1   Certificate to Larry O'Rourke for participation in the Presidential Visit...(VII/4/7). 1972

XVI/5/2   Posters advertising Lawrence M. O'Rourke's Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Lectures. 1986

XVI/5/3   Holiday Greeting signed by Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton. (I/2/7). 1997

XVI/5/4   Poster. Republican National Convention. (VI/9/4). 1988

XVI/5/5   Cartoon. Pencil Drawing of Lawrence M. O'Rourke et al. Signed: Engelhardt, St. Louis Post-                  Dispatch. (I/2/4) 1989

XVI/5/6   Pennant. Gridiron Circus. (IX/1/1). No date

XVI/6      Paraphernalia. Presidential Campaigns. 1996

XVI/7     1 Portable Computer

XVI/8     Portable Typewriter. Used on trip to China in 1972. (VII/3/6)

XVI/9     Steven Forbes 2000. 9 Video Cassettes + 1 DVD. 2000

 

 

XVII. Books

Books in order as packaged by Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Shelved on 5th floor, Old Falvey, Special Collections Area. 

 

 

Hearings. H.R. 93rd Congress:

1.1   Book 1    Events prior to the Watergate break-in - Dec.2,1971-Jun.17, 1972 

1.2   Book 1    Events prior to the Watergate break-in – June 19,1972-Mar.1, 1974

1.3   Book II   Events following the Watergate break-in. - June 17, 1972 – Feb. 9, 1973

1.4   Book II   Department of Justice – ITT litigation

1.5   Book III, pt. 1  Events following the Watergate break-in. June 20, 1972 – Mar. 22, 1973

1.6   Book III, pt. 2  Events following the Watergate Break-in. June 20, 1972 – Mar. 22, 1973

1.7   Book III   Political contributions by milk producers cooperatives  May – June 1974

1.8   Book IV, pt. 1 Events following the Watergate break-in. Mar. 22, 1973 – April 30, 1973

1.9   Book IV, pt. 2  Events following the Watergate break-in.  Mar. 22, 1973 – April 30, 1973

1.10  Book IV, pt. 3  Events following the Watergate break-in.  Mar. 22, 1973 – April 30, 1973

1.11  Book IV   White House surveillance activities

1.12  Book V, pt. 1 Dept. of Justice/ITT litigation- Richard Kleindienst nomination hearings

1.13  Book VI  Political contributions by milk producer, Pt. 1

1.14  Book VI  Political contributions by milk producers cooperatives, Pt. 2 

1.15  Book VII  White House surveillance activities and campaign activities, Pt. 1

1.16  Book VII  White House surveillance activities and campaign activities, Pt. 2

1.17  Book VII  White House surveillance activities and campaign activities, Pt. 3

1.18  Book VII  White House surveillance activities and campaign activities, Pt. 4

1.19  Book VIII  Internal Revenue Service

1.20  Book IX  Watergate Special Prosecutors. Judiciary Committee’s Impeachment, Pt. 1 Inquiry,
        April 30, 1973 – July 1, 1974.

1.21  Book IX  Watergate Special Prosecutors. Judiciary Committee’s Impeachment, Pt. 2 Inquiry,
        April 30, 1973 – July 1, 1974.

 

1.22      Submission of recorded conversations to the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of           Representatives by President Richard Nixon. April 30, 1974.  (1308 p.)

1.23      Special Prosecution Force.  Report. October, 1975

1.24      Dobrovir, William A. The Offenses of Richard M. Nixon: A Guide for the People of the United         States; Bribery, and Other High Crimes and Misdemeanors. Washington: Public Issues Press,             1974.         

1.25      Winter, Ralph K. Watergate and the Law; Political Campaigns and Presidential Power.
            Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1974.                                                                                             

1.26      Gardner, Gerald C. Gerald Gardner's The Watergate Follies. New York: Bantam Books,       

            1973.

1.27      Washington Post Writers Group. Year of Scandal; How the Washington Post Covered

            Watergate and the Agnew Crisis. Washington: Washington post, 1973.
1.28      Black, Charles L. Impeachment; a Handbook. A Yale fastback, 14. New Haven: Yale University
            Press, 1974.                            

1.29      Presidential Campaign Activities of 1972, Senate Resolution 60; Watergate

           and Related Activities. Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Off, 1973. Book 1-10, 12.

1.30      Impeachment; Selected Materials. Ninety-Third Congress, First Session.

            Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Off, 1973.

1.31      United States of America, Petitioner, V. Richard M. Nixon, President of the

            United States, Et Al., Respondents. Richard M. Nixon, President of the United States, Cross

            Petitioner, V. United States of America Respondent. On Writs of Certiorari to the United States

            Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Brief for the Respondent, Cross-

            Petitioner Richard M. Nixon, President of the United States. Washington, D.C.: The White

            House 1973.

1.32      Hinds, Asher C., and Clarence Cannon. Impeachment: Selected Materials on Procedure.
            Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Secon Session
.

            Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Off, 1974.

1.34      Examination of President Nixon's Tax Returns for 1969 Through 1972. Washington: U.S. Govt.      Print. Off, 1974.

1.35      Draft of Final Report. Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Office, 1974. Pt. 1-3.

1.36       Forbes, Steve. A New Birth of Freedom: Vision for America. Washington, D.C.: Regnery,             1999.

 

2.1       Feistritzer, C. Emily. The American Teacher. Washington, D.C.: Feistritzer Publications, 1983.

2.2       Feistritzer, C. Emily, Warren Rogers, and Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Cheating Our Children: Why       We Need School Reform. Washington, D.C.:

            National Center for Education Information, 1985.

2.3        Von Euler, Mary, and Gail Lambers. The Catholic Community and the Integration of Public and       Catholic Schools: Papers from a Conference. Washington:

            U.S. Dept. of Health, Education   and Welfare, National Institute of Education, 1979.

2.4        Coleman, James Samuel, Sara D. Kelly, and John A. Moore. Trends in School Segregation, 1968- 73. Washington: Urban Institute, 1975.

2.5        Symposium on School Desegregation and White Flight, Reynolds Farley, and Gary Orfield.         Symposium on School Desegregation and White Flight, August, 1975: [Papers]. S1: s.n. 1975. 

2.6        Espenshade, Thomas J. The Value and Cost of Children. Population Bulletin, 32, no. 1.    Washington: Population Reference Bureau, 1977. 

2.7        Steiner, Gilbert Y., and Pauline H. Milius. The Children's Cause. Washington: Brookings   Institution, 1976. 

2.8        United States Commission on Civil Rights. Fulfilling the Letter and Spirit of the Law:          Desegregation of the Nation's Public Schools : a Report of the United States Commission on
     Civil Rights .
[Washington]:  The Commission, 1976. 

2.9        United States, and Neil H. McElroy. Schools, People & Money: the Need for Educational Reform;            Final Report. 1972.                                                                                                                                         

2.10      Washington Research Project.  School Suspensions: Are They Helping Children? : a Report.          [Washington, D. C]:  Washington Research Project, 1975.

2.11      Washington Research Project. Children Out of School in America: A Report. [Washington]: The      Fund, 1974.

2.12     Washington Research Project. The Elementary and Secondary School Civil Rights Survey:            “Bureaucratic Balderdash" or the Cornerstone of Civil Rights Compliance in Public Schools?           An Analysis by the Children's Defense Fund of the Washington Research Project, Inc.      Washington: Children's Defense Fund, Washington Research Project, 1977.

2.13     Washington Research Project. Children in Adult Jails: A Report. Washington: The Fund, 1976.

2.14     United States. Equal Educational Opportunity: Hearings, Ninety-Second Congress, First Session.   Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Off, 1971. Part 9A:

            San Francisco and Berkeley, California 

2.15      Part 9B: San Francisco and Berkeley, Calif.- Appendix
2.16      Part 11: Status of school desegregation law
2.17      Part 12: Compensatory education and other alternatives in urban schools
2.18      Part 13: Quality and control of urban schools
2.19      Part 14:  State role in school desegregation: Pennsylvania
2.20      Part 15: Education in rural America
2.21      Part 16B:  Inequality in school finance
2.22      Part 18: Pupil transportation costs

 

3.1        Nixon, Richard M. Nixon on the Issues. New York: Nixon-Agnew Campaign Committee,  1968.

3.2        Nixon, Richard M. Nixon Speaks Out: Major Speeches and Statements. New York: Nixon- Agnew Committee, 1968.

 

4.1        Congressional Quarterly, inc, Marlyn Aycock, Mercer Cross, and Elder Witt. Watergate:                                     Chronology of a Crisis. Washington: Congressional Quarterly, 1975.

4.2       United States, Francis Ralph Valeo, and Richard D. Hupman. Factual Campaign Information.                             Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Off, 1968.

4.3       Congressional Quarterly, inc. President Ford: The Man and His Record. Washington:         Congressional Quarterly, Inc. 1974.

4.4       Congressional Quarterly, inc. Presidency 1974. Washington: Congressional Quarterly, 1975.

4.5       Hersey, John. The President. New York: Knopf, 1975.

4.6       Novak, Robert D. The Agony of the G.O.P. 1964. New York: Macmillan, 1965.

4.7       Ryan, William, and Desmond Guinness. The White House: An Architectural History. New York:     McGraw-Hill, 1980.

4.8        White House Historical Association. The White House; An Historic Guide. Washington, D.C.:        White House Historical Association, 1962.

5.1        McElroy, Richard L. James A. Garfield: His Life & Times : a Pictorial History. Canton, Ohio: Daring          Books, 1986.

5.2        Western Reserve Historical Society, and Joseph G. Brown.  “If Elected—“: Presidential Campaign            Memorabilia.  Cleveland, Ohio:  Western Reserve Historical Society, 1988.

5.3        Ginn, Rosemary.  The Delegate Selection Procedures for the Republican Party:  Part II: Progress             Report DO Committee. Denver: The Committee, 1971.

5.4        Congressional Quarterly, Inc. National Party Conventions, 1831-1984, Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly Inc., 1987.

5.5        Congressional Quarterly, Inc. and Mercer Cross.  Candidates ’76: Timely Reports to Keep                        Journalists, Scholars, and the Public Abreast of Developing Issues, Events, and Trends.  A      Contemporary affairs report.  Washington:  Congressional Quarterly, 1976.

5.6        Washington (D.C.). 1973 Presidential Inaugural. 1973.

5.7        ‘My Guys.’ A look at President Ford’s appointments. Washington: The American Conservative     Union, 1976.

5.8        The History of the Republican Party. 1854-1970. Washington: Republican National Committee,     1970.

5.9       Promise and Performance. An analysis of President Nixon’s first term of office. Washington:      Republican National Committee, 1970

5.10     President Nixon. Now more than ever. Target ’72. Sixty Days to Victory, a program for voter        identification & turnout.  Washington: Republican National Committee, [1972].

5.11     Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ), and Arnold R. Tompkins. Promises, Promises: An RNC Presidential Accountability Project. Washington: The Committee, 1977.

5.12     Brown, Peter. Minority Party: Why Democrats Face Defeat in 1992 and Beyond. Washington,        D.C.: Regnery Gateway, 1991.

5.13     Johnson, Haynes Bonner. Divided We Fall: Gambling with History in the Nineties. New York:         W.W. Norton, 1994.

5.14     Drew, Elizabeth. Portrait of an Election: The 1980 Presidential Campaign. New York: Simon and    Schuster, 1981.

5.15     Nyhan, David. The Duke: The Inside Story of a Political Phenomenon. New York, N.Y.: Warner      Books, 1988.

5.16     Nixon, Richard M. The Clearest Choice. 1972.

5.17     Democratic National Convention, and Kenneth Fulton. Democrats in Convention 1972; Official       Program for the Thirty-Sixth Quadrennial National Nominating Convention

            of the Democratic Party, July 10-13, 1972, Miami Beach, Florida. 1972.

5.18     Congressional Quarterly, inc, Mercer Cross, and Gail Bensinger. Candidates '72. 1971.

5.19     Congressional Quarterly, inc, and Mercer Cross. Congressional Quarterly Guide to the 1972           Elections. 1972.

5.20     Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ). Official Program, 30th Republican National Convention Miami       Beach, August, 1972. New York: Published under the supervision of Batten, Barton,
   Durstine & Osborn, for the 1972 Republican National Convention Arrangements Committee,         Washington, 1972.

5.21     Halper, Stefan A. The Ford Presidency: A Portrait of the First Two Years. Washington, D.C. The    Office], 1976.

5.22     Kondracke, Morton. Ford. [Washington]: Capitol Hill News Service, 1976.

5.23     Ford, Gerald R. A Discussion with Gerald R. Ford: The American Presidency : Held on March 25,   1977 at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, Washington,
   D.C
. Studies in political and social processes. Washington: The Institute, 1977.

5.24     Collins, Paul. Gerald R. Ford: A Man in Perspective : As Portrayed in the Gerald R. Ford Mural by Paul Collins. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1976.

5.25     Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ), Democratic Party, and Congressional Quarterly, inc. The            Presidential Nominating Conventions, 1968. Washington: Congressional Quarterly Service,
   1968.

5.26     Republican National Committee (U.S.). The Process of Delegate Selection for the Republican        National Convention of 1968. 1968.

5.27     Nixon, Richard M. Nixon: the First Year of His Presidency. Washington: Congressional Quarterly, 1970.

5.28     Nixon, Richard M. Nixon: the Second Year of His Presidency. Washington: Congressional             Quarterly, 1971.

5.29     Nixon, Richard M. Nixon, the Third Year of His Presidency. Washington: Congressional Quarterly,             1972.

5.30     Nixon, Richard M. Nixon; the Fourth Year of His Presidency. Washington: Congressional Quarterly, 1973.

5.31     Nixon, Richard M. Nixon: the Fifth Year of His Presidency. Washington: Congressional Quarterly, 1974.

5.32     Kochmann, Rachel M. Presidents: A Pictorial Guide to the Presidents Birthplaces, Homes, and      Burial Sites. Osage, Minn: Osage Publications], 1989.

6.1        United States. Pentagon Rules on Media Access to the Persian Gulf War: Hearing Before the       Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Second Congress,

            First Session, February 20, 1991. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1991.

6.2        Le Royaume d'Arabie Saoudite: histoire, civilisation et de?veloppement. Riyadh: National Offset   Printing Press, 1991.       .

6.3        Khadduri, Majid, and Edmund Ghareeb. War in the Gulf, 1990-91: The Iraq-Kuwait Conflict and Its             Implications. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997.

6.4        Blackwell, James. Thunder in the Desert: The Strategy and Tactics of the Persian Gulf War. New York: Bantam Books, 1991.

6.5        Sasson, Jean P. The Rape of Kuwait: The True Story of Iraqi Atrocities against a Civilian Population. New York: Knightsbridge Pub. Co, 1991.

6.6        National Institutes of Health Technology Assessment Workshop. The Persian Gulf Experience      and Health: National Institutes of Health Technology Assessment Workshop Statement, April

            27-29, 1994. Technology assessment statements. Bethesda, MD (Bethesda 20892-9120): U.S.     Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health,  

            Office of Medical Applications of Research, 1994.     

6.7        Witness to War: Images from the Persian Gulf War. Los Angeles: Los Angeles Times, 1991.

6.8        American-Arab Affairs. Number 35. Winter 1990-1991.

  

7.1        Abraham, Henry Julian. Justices and Presidents; A Political History of Appointments to the            Supreme Court. New York: Oxford University Press, 1974.

7.2       Asch, Sidney H. The Supreme Court and Its Great Justices. New York: Arco, 1971. (2 copies)

7.3       Auerbach, Jerold S. Unequal Justice: Lawyers and Social Change in Modern America. New York:   Oxford University Press, 1976.

7.4       Bickel, Alexander M. The Supreme Court and the Idea of Progress. Oliver Wendell Holmes            Lectures, 1969. New York: Harper & Row, 1970.

7.5        Blackstone, William, and Robert Malcolm Kerr. Commentaries on the Laws of England: Of Public   Wrongs. Beacon series in classics of the law. Boston: Beacon Press, 1962.

7.6        Dunne, Gerald T. Hugo Black and the Judicial Revolution. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1977

7.7        Emerson, Thomas Irwin, David Haber, and Norman Dorsen. Political and Civil Rights in the United             States; A Collection of Legal and Related Materials. Boston: Little, Brown, 1967.

7.8        Fairman, Charles. History of the Supreme Court of the United States. Vol.6, Reconstruction and      Reunion, 1864-88. Part 1. New York: Macmillan, 1971. 

7.9        Fein, Bruce E. Significant Decisions of the Supreme Court, 1969-70 Term. AEI studies 413.           Washington, D.C.: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1970.

7.10      Fein, Bruce E. Significant Decisions of the Supreme Court 1971-72 Term. Washington: American   Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1972.

7.11      Fein, Bruce E. Significant Decisions of the Supreme Court, 1973-74 Term. Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1975.

7.12      Fein, Bruce E. Significant Decisions of the Supreme Court, 1974-75 Term.  Studies in legal Policy.             Washington:  American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1976.

7.13      Fein, Bruce E. Significant Decisions of the Supreme Court, 1975-76 Term. AIE Studies 183.           Washington:  American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1977.

7.14      Fein, Bruce E. Significant Decisions of the Supreme Court, 1976-77 Term. AIE Studies 187.           Washington:  American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1978.

7.15      Fein, Bruce E. Significant Decisions of the Supreme Court, 1977-78 Term. AIE Studies 257.           Washington:  American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1979

7.16      Frank, Jerome. Law and the Modern Mind.  New York:  Bretano’s 1930.

7.17      Freund, Paul A., and Julius Goebel. History of the Supreme Court of the United States. Vol. 1,       Antecedents and Beginnings to 1801. New York:  Macmillan, 1971.

7.18      Weaver, John Downing.  Warren, the Man, the court, the Era.  Boston: Little, Brown, 1967.

 

8.1        Acupuncture Anesthesia. Peking:  Foreign Languages Press, 1972.

8.2        American Council on World Freedom. Red China and Its American Friends; A Report on the Red    China Lobby. Washington:  American Council on World Freedom, 1971.

8.3        Antiquities Unearthed During the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution. S.l: s.n, 1970.

8.4        Asia Society. Normalization of U.S.-China Relations: A Collection of Documents and Press            Coverage. New York:  Distributed by China Council of the Asia Society, 1979.

8.5       Barnett, A. Doak. China's International Posture:  Signs of Change.  Washington, D.C.: China Council         of the Asia Society, 1982.

8.6       Bush, Richard Clarence. Teng Hsiao-P’ing Comes to Washington:  The Man and His Mission. New             York:  The China Council of the Asia Society, 1979.

8.7       Bohr, Paul Richard. Religion in the People's Republic of China: The Limits of Toleration. Washington,         D.C.: The China Council of the Asia Society, 1982.

8.8        Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and National Affairs, Inc. Foreign Policy. Washington,         etc:  Carnegie Endowment for International Peace., Number 10, Spring 1973.

8.9        Chen, Changfeng. On the Long March with Chairman Mao. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1972.          (2 copies).

8.10      Clough, Ralph N.Breaking New Ground: The Future of US-Taiwan Relations.[Washington, D.C.]     Distributed by the China Council of the Asia Society, 1979..       

8.11     Geography of China.  Peking:  Foreigh Languages Press, 1972.

8.12     Hinton, Harold C. The Bear at the Gate; Chinese Policymaking Under Soviet Pressure. AEI-Hoover            policy studies, 1. Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy

            Research, 1971.

8.13     Irresistible Historical Trend. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1971.

8.14     Mao, Zedong. Little Red Book, 1968. (IN CHINESE)> 

8.15     Mao, Zedong.  Quotations from Chairman Mao Tsetung. Peking: Foreign Language Press, 1972. 

8.16     Neilan, Edward, and Charles Richard Smith. The Future of the China Market: Prospects For Sino-  American Trade.   AEI-Hoover policy studies, 11. Washington: American Enterprise 

            Institute for Public Policy Research, 1974.

8.17     New Archaeological Finds in China; Discoveries During the Cultural Revolution. Peking: Foreign     Languages Press, 1972.

8.18      People of the World, Unite and Struggle for the Complete Prohibition and Through Destruction of     Nuclear Weapons! Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1971.

8.19      Politics '88: An Overview of the 1988 Presidential Campaign. Los Angeles, Calif: Los Angeles       Times, 1988.

8.20      Ridley, Charles P. China's Scientific Policies: Implications for International Cooperation AEI-          Hoover policy studies, 20. Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy

            Research, 1976.

8.21      Rowe, David Nelson. U.S. China Policy Today. Washington, D.C.: University Professors for         Academic Order, 1979.

8.22      Salisbury, Harrison E. Tiananmen Diary: Thirteen Days in June. Boston: Little, Brown, 1989.

8.23      Shirk, Susan L. The Politics of Education in Post-Mao China. [Washington, D.C.]: Distributed by   the China Council of the Asia Society, 1979.

8.24      Taylor, Robert L.  China Diary, One year after Mao’s death and the “smashing of the Gang of   4”.            1977.

8.25      Townsend, James R. The People's Republic of China: A Basic Handbook. New York: Pub. in         cooperation with the China Council of the Asia Society by the Council on International and
            Public Affairs, 1979.

8.26      Tse-Tung, Mao. Mao Tse-Tung on contradiction, 1965

8.27      Wiens, Thomas B. The Chinese Economy at a Turning Point. New York: Distributed by the China Council of the Asia Society, 1979.

8.28      Whiting, Allen Suess. Taiwan: Trends and Prospects. New York: Distributed by the China Council             of the Asia Society, 1978.
8.29      Yan, Changlin. In His Mind, a Million Bold Warriors: Reminiscences of the Life of Chairman Mao     Tsetung During the Northern Shensi Campaign. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1972.

 

9.1        Agentstvo pechati "Novosti.". On the "Lithuanian Problem": White Book. Moscow: [Novosti Press             Agency], 1990.        
9.2        Democracy in Germany: History and Perspective. Bonn: Press and Information Office of the         Federal Govt, 1985.

10.1      Aukofer, Frank, and William P. Lawrence. America's Team, the Odd Couple: A Report on the         Relationship between the Media and the Military. Nashville, TN: Freedom Forum First
            Amendment Center at Vanderbilt University, 1995.
10.2      Hume, Ellen. Tabloids, Talk Radio, and the Future of News: Technology's Impact on Journalism.    Washington, D.C. (1455 Pa. Ave., N.W., Washington 20004-1008): Annenberg
            Washington Program, Communications Policy Studies, Northwestern University, 1995.
10.3      Rosen, Jay, and Paul Taylor. The New News V. the Old News: The Press and Politics in the          1990s. Perspectives on the news. New York: Twentieth Century Fund Press, 1992.
10.4      Times Mirror Center for the People & the Press. The People, the Press & Their Leaders: 1995.      Washington, D.C.: Times Mirror Center for the People & the Press, 1995.
10.5      The Bulletin Almanac and Year Book. Philadelphia, Pa: The Evening Bulletin, 1958, 1962-1970,      1973, 1975-1976.

11.1      Cavanagh, Thomas E., and Lorn S. Foster. Jesse Jackson's Campaign: The Primaries and           Caucuses. Election '84 report, #2. Washington, D.C.: Joint Center for Political
            Studies, 1984.
11.2      NBC News. Decision 88: General Election Poll Results. New York, NY: NBC News, 1989.


12.1      O'Brien, Thomas. Crisis and Instability: The Philippines Enters the Nineties. Davao
            City, Philippines: Philippine International Forum, 1990.

13.1      Allen, Steven J., and Richard A. Viguerie. Lip Service: George Bush's 30-Year Battle with Conservatives. Chantilly, VA: CP Books, 1992.
13.2      Congressional Quarterly, Convention Guide. 1960.
13.3      Congressional Quarterly, Presidential '64. 1964.
13.4      Congressional Quarterly, Presidential '68. 1967.
13.5      Congressional Quarterly,  1964 Republican Convention, 1964.
13.6      Miller, Judith, and Laurie Mylroie. Saddam Hussein and the Crisis in the Gulf. New York: Times      Books, 1990.
13.7      The 1964 Elections: A Summary Report with Supporting Tables. Washington: The Committee,        1965.
13.8      Ripon Society, and Thomas P. Petri. Election '64; A Ripon Society Report. 1965.
13.9      United States, and Bill Clinton. A Vision of Change for America. [Washington]: Executive Office of            the President, Office of Management and Budget, 1993.

14.1      Abalkin, L. I. Changing Property Relations Will Strengthen Socialism. Moscow: Novosti, 1990.
14.2      Aluit, Alphonso J. The Galleon History of Corregidor. Manila: Galleon, 1986.
14.3      Armstrong, William L. The Constitution of the United States of America: With Supplementary         Material. Washington: The Committee, 1986.
14.4      Bolling, Landrum Rymer. Reporters Under Fire: U.S. Media Coverage of Conflicts in Lebanon and   Central America. Boulder [Colo.]: Westview Press, 1985.
14.5      Butterfield, Fox. China, Alive in the Bitter Sea. New York, N.Y.: Times Books, 1982.
14.6      Chesnoff, Richard Z., Larry Secrist, and Jeffrey Aas. Philippines. New York: Abrams, 1980.
14.7      Department of the Army. The Soldier's Guide. Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office,   1952.
14.8      Houston Economic Summit Host Committee, and Houston Economic Summit. The Economic      Summit: A Pictorial History of the Economic Summit of Industrialized
            Nations, 1975-1990 : Houston, 1990
. Charlottesville, Va: Thomasson-Grant, 1990.
14.9      Hunter, James Davison, and Os Guinness. Articles of Faith, Articles of Peace: The Religious        Liberty Clauses and the American Public Philosophy. Washington, D.C.:
           Brookings Institution, 1990.
14.10    Joaquin, Nick. The Aquinos of Tarlac: An Essay on History As Three Generations. Mandaluyong, Metro Manila: Cacho Hermanos, 1983.
14.11    Korea (South). Facts About Korea. Seoul, Republic of Korea: Korean Overseas Information          Service, 1991.
14.12    Lynn, Barry W., Marc D. Stern, and Oliver S. Thomas. The Right to Religious Liberty: The Basic    ACLU Guide to Religious Rights. An American Civil Liberties Union
           handbook. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1995.
14.13    Marciniak, Ed. Reclaiming the Inner City: Chicago's Near North Revitalization Confronts Cabrini-     Green. Washington, D.C.: National Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs, 1986.
14.14    Marcos, Ferdinand E. Toward a New Partnership: The Filipino Ideology. Manila, Philippines:          Marcos Foundation, 1983.
14.15    Recto, Claro M. Three Years of Enemy Occupation, The Issue of Political Collaboration in the        Philippines. Manila, Philippines: People's publishers, 1946.
14.16    Santa’s Workshop : Holidays at the White House 2002. Washington, DC: White House, 1997.
14,17    Serov, A. The Country and Its Peoples. Moscow: Novosti, 1989.
14.18    Splaine, John. The Road to the White House Since Television. [Washington, DC?]: National Cable            Satellite Corp, 1995.                                                                        
14.19    Toland, John. Battle, the Story of the Bulge. New York: Random House, 1959.
14.20    Turkey. Guide for the Press: Turkey. Ankara: Directorate General of Press and Information, 990.
14.21    United States. Report of the Congressional Committees Investigating the Iran-Contra Affair With     Supplemental, Minority, and Additional Views. Washington: U.S. House of
           Representatives Select Committee to Investigate Covert Arms Transactions with Iran, 1987.
14.22    United States. Technical Manual: Carpentry. Washington: War Dept, 1943.
14.23    Vor 25 Jahren: Präsident John F. Kennedy in Berlin.  Berlin:  Presse- und Informationsamt des      Landes Berlin, 1988.

15.1      Bush, George W. Renewing America's Purpose: Policy Addresses of George W. Bush, July 1999-  July 2000. [United States]: Republican National Committee, 2000.
15.2      Daughen, Joseph R., and Peter Binzen. The Cop Who Would Be King: Mayor Frank Rizzo.            Boston: Little, Brown, 1977.
15.3      Katz, Lee Michael. My Name Is Geraldine Ferraro: An Unauthorized Biography. New York, N. Y.:    New American Library, 1984.
15.4      Reichley, James. Elections American Style. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution, 1987..
15.5      Republican National Committee (U.S.). The Republican Platform, 2000 : Renewing America’s         Purpose Together.  Washington, D. C.:  The Committee, 2001.
15.6      Republic National Convention. Republican Platform: An American Vision : for Our Children and      Our Future.  S. 1 : s.n., 1988.
15.7      Republican Party. Republican Platform: America's Future Free and Secure. Dallas, TX: The           Committee, 1984.
15.8      Talbott, Strobe. The Russians and Reagan. New York: Vintage Books, 1984.
15.9      Reichley, James.  Religion in American Public Life.  Washington, D.C.:  Brookings Institution,       1985.

16.1      Copley News Service. Bob Dole's Not in Kansas Anymore. San Diego, CA: Copley News Service,             1996.
16.2      Martin, Roger, and Nolan Finley. The Journey of John Engler. West Bloomfield, MI:  Altwerger &   Mandel Pub, 1991.
16.3      McEnteer, James. Changing Lanes on the Inside Track: The Career Shuttle between Journalism,    Politics and Government. [Cambridge, Mass.]: Joan Shorenstein Barone
           
Center [on the] Press, Politics, and Public Policy, John F. Kennedy School of Government,        Harvard University, 1991.
16.4      Center for National Independence in Politics (U.S.). The Reporter's Source Book: Project Vote       Smart. [Oregon State University]: Center for National Independence in Politics, 1994.
16.5      Wolfson, Lewis W. Through the Revolving Door: Blurring the Line between the Press and   Government. [Cambridge, Mass.]: Joan Shorenstein Barone Center on the Press Politics
            and Public Policy, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 1991.

17.1      Bullard, Betty. What I Want to Know About Japan: Brief Answers to Questions Asked About Japan            by American Junior High School Students. New York, N.Y.: Japan
            Information Center, Consulate General of Japan at New York, 1991.
17.2      Essays on Japan from Japan 1. Inside the Japanese. 1983.
17.3      Feistritzer, C. Emily. The American Teacher. Washington, D.C.: Feistritzer Publications, 1983. (4   copies)
17.4      Fukutake, Tadashi. The Japanese Family. Tokyo: Foreign Press Center, Japan, 1981.
17.5      Kojima, Noboru, Masakazu Yamazaki, and Kanehisa Hoshino. Record of Press Briefings on the    Imperial Family. Tokyo, Japan: Foreign Press Center, Japan, 1989.
17.6      Leestma, Robert, and Cynthia Hearn Dorfman. Japanese Education Today = [Nihon Kyo?iku No      Genjo?]. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Education, 1987.
17.7      MacDonald, Charles Brown. A Time for Trumpets: The Untold Story of the Battle of the Bulge.       New York: Morrow, 1985.
17.8      Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress. Japan pictorial. Tokyo: Japan Graphic, Inc, 1989.

18.1      Hebblethwaite, Peter. Paul VI: The First Modern Pope. New York: Paulist Press, 1993.
18.2      Killian, Linda. The Freshmen: What Happened to the Republican Revolution? Boulder, CO:             Westview Press, 1998.
18.3      Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. 10 Year Report. 1973.
18.4      Mohr, Norma. Civil Writing: A Writing Guide for Staff Members of the Office for Civil Rights.                       Washington: Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office for Civil Rights, 1979.
18.5      Weigel, George. Witness to Hope: The Biography of Pope John Paul II. New York: Cliff Street       Books, 1999.

19.1      Bogatko, Sergei? A. The Five-Year Plan Alters the Map. Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Pub.       House, 1974.
19.2      Brzezinski, Zbigniew. "U.S. - Soviet Relations". 1973.
19.3      Congressional Quarterly, inc, Robert A. Diamond, and Arlene Alligood. China and U.S. Foreign     Policy. 1971.
19.4      Institut Soedinennykh Shtatov Ameriki (Akademii?a? nauk SSSR). Soviet-American Relations           Yesterday and Today. Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Pub. House, 1973.
19.5      Japan. Japan's Position in the World Economy: Illustrated in Charts and Graphs. [Tokyo]: Ministry             of Foreign Affairs, 1974.
19.6      Runkle, Scott F. An Introduction to Japanese History. [Tokyo]: Society for Educational Information           Press, 1974.
19.7      Stepunina, Svetlana. A Glimpse of Soviet Life. Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Pub. House, 1974.
19.8      United States. The United States-Japan Security Treaty and Related Documents. Tokyo:   American Embassy, 1968
19.9      Yemelyanov, Alexei. The Soviet village: past and present. Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Pub.   House.

20.1      Congressional Quarterly, inc, and Robert A. Diamond. The Middle East: U.S. Policy, Israel, Oil     and the Arabs. 1974.
20.2      Friends of the LBJ Library. LBJ: Images of a Vibrant Life. Austin: Friends of the LBJ Library, 1973.
20.3      Korea (South). Tunnel to Aggression. Korea policy series, no. 20. Seoul: Korean Overseas           Information Service, 1974.

21.1      Carter, Jimmy. Why Not the Best? New York: Bantam Books, 1976.
21.2      Presidential Studies Quarterly. [New York]: Center for the Study of the Presidency, 1974. v. 6,
            no. 1-2, 4, 1976, v. 7. no. 1-4 1977,  v. 8, 1-4, 1978, v. 9, no. 1-4, 1979, v. 11, no 1,4 1981, v. 12,
            no. 1, 1982.          .
21.3      Hupman, Richard D., and Robert L. Tienken. Nomination and Election of the President and Vice P resident of the United States: Including the Manner of Selecting Delegates to
        
   National Political Conventions Washington U.S. GPO, 1968.
21.4      Je?rusalem, Sainte-Anne. St. Anne's Jerusalem. Sainte-Marie de la Pierre-aui Vire, Yonne: Presses monastiques], 1963.
21.5      McGinness, Joe. The Selling of the President, 1968.  New York, Pocket Books, 1970.
21.6      McKinney, R. Kay. LBJ ... His Home and Heritage. San Angelo, Texas: Anchor Pub. Co, 1964.
21.7      Nixon, Richard M., and Richard M. Nixon. The White House Transcripts; Submission of Recorded Presidential Conversations to the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of
            Representatives by President Richard Nixon
. New York: Bantam Books, 1974.
21.8      Norton, Howard Melvin, and Bob Slosser. The Miracle of Jimmy Carter. Plainfield, N.J.: Logos     International, 1976.
21.9      Relyea, Harold, and Larry Berman. The Presidency and Information Policy. New York, N. Y :         Center, 1981.

22.1      American Foreign Policy Institute, and Z. Michael Szaz. The Impact of the Iranian Events Upon     Persian Gulf & United States Security. Studies on Middle East problems.
            Washington: The Institute, 1979.
22.2      Eidelberg, Paul. Sadat's Strategy. Americans for a safe Israel. [New York]: Americans for a Safe Israel, 1979
22.3      Forst, Siegmund. Shabbat shalom: seder zemirot Shabat ?im lek?et? minhagim u-midreshe H?azal : a handy guide through the Sabbath liturgy and rites. Yerushalayim: General
            Israel Orphans Home for Girls, 1981.
22.4      Israel. Answers to Unasked Questions. [Jerusalem]: Dept. of Information for Olim, 1976.
22.5      Israel. Guide for the Oleh = [Madrikh La-'oleh]. [Jerusalem]: Dept. of Information for Olim, 1976.
22.6      Kahn, Arthur, and Thomas F. Murray. The Palestinians: A Political Masquerade. New York:            Americans For a Safe Israel, 1977.
22.7      National Lawyers Guild. Treatment of Palestinians in Israeli-Occupied West Bank and Gaza:          Report of the National Lawyers Guild 1977 Middle East Delegation. New York:
            The Guild, 1978.
22.8      Schoenberg, Harris O. Legitimizing Terror: The Character of the PLO and Its Relationship to the     United Nations. [Washington, D.C.]: Public Affairs Division, B'nai Brith International,
            1978.
22.9      Sisco, Joseph J., and George W. Ball. Prospects for Peace in the Middle East: A Round Table     Held on September 26, 1977 and Sponsored by the American Enterprise Institute
           for Public Policy Research
. Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research,             1977.
22.10    United States. U.S. Economic Aid for the West Bank and Gaza--a Positive Contribution: Report.     [Washington]: General Accounting Office, 1978.
22.11   
United States. The U.S.-Saudi Arabian Joint Commission on Economic Cooperation: Report.          [Washington]:  General Accounting Office, 1979.

23.1     
Annagh ’89. Ballyhaunis Annual Magazine. Ballyhaunis: [1989].
23.2      Birnbaum, Philip. Daily prayer book = Ha-Siddur ha-Shalem. New York: Hebrew Pub. Co, 1995.
23.3      Dawidowicz, Lucy S. The War against the Jews, 1933-1945. New York: Bantam Books, 1976.
23.4      Diggin, Michael, and Peter Zoeller. Ireland: land and people. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 2005.
23.5      Enoch, Paul and Judith Cais.  Habet u-shema. Concord, Mass: Heinle & Heinle, 1971.
23.6      Foreign Service Institute (U.S.), Y. A. Raif, and Hanna Levinson. Hebrew Basic Course.    Washington: [For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.], 1965.
23.7      Glabinski, Stanislaw.  President Nixon’s 24 Hours in Warsaw.  Warsaw:  Interpress, 1972.
23.8      Golan, Matti. The Secret Conversations of Henry Kissinger: Step-by-Step Diplomacy in the            Middle-East. New York: Quadrangle/New York Times Book Co, 1976.
23.9      Hall, William W. A Far Cry. York, S.C. (P.O. Box 312, York 29745): W.W. Hall, 1997.
23.10    Ireland.  Facts About Ireland.  Dublin: Dept. of Foreign Affairs, 1995.
23.11    National Geographic Book Service. Everyday Life in Bible Times. The Story of man, 1.     [Washington]: National Geographic Society, 1976.
23.12    Pfeifer, Carl J., and Janaan Manternach. How to Be a Better Catechist: Answers to Questions       Catechists Ask Most. Kansas City, MO: Sheed & Ward, 1989.
23.13    Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. OECD Economic Surveys Ireland.     Paris: OECD., 1995.
23.14    Randal, Jonathan C. Going All the Way: Christian Warlords, Israeli Adventurers, and the War in     Lebanon. New York: Vintage Books, 1984
23.15    Rutland, Jonathan. Looking at Israel. London: Black, 1970.
23.16    Schram, Martin. Running for President: A Journal of the Carter Campaign. New York: Pocket          Books, 1976.
23.17    Shabbat Shalom: a handy guide through the Sabbath liturgy and rites. Jerusalem, Israel: General    Israel Orphans Home for Girls, 1981.
23.18    Stone, I. F. Underground to Palestine. New York: Pantheon Books, 1978.
23.19    Tolchin, Susan J. The Angry American: How Voter Rage Is Changing the Nation. Dilemmas in        American Pollitics. Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 1996.

24.1      Bennett, W. Lance. News, the Politics of Illusion. New York: Longman, 1988.
24.2      Brereton, Charles. First Step to the White House: The New Hampshire Primary, 1952-1980.            Hampton, NH: Wheelabrator Foundation, 1979.
24.3      Carter, Jimmy. The Blood of Abraham. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1985.
24.4      Collins, Larry, and Dominique Lapierre. O Jerusalem! New York: Pocket Books, 1973.
24.5      Elazar, Daniel Judah. The Camp David Framework for Peace: A Shift Toward Shared Rule.            Studies in foreign policy. Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public
            Policy Research, 1979.
24.6      Hess, Stephen. The Washington Reporters: Newswork. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution,   1981.
24.7      Hess, Stephen. Live from Capitol Hill!: Studies of Congress and the Media. Washington, D.C.: The             Brookings Institution, 1991.
24.8      Jacob K. Javits, 1904-1986. S.1: s.n., 1986.
24.9      Khalidi, Walid. Before Their Diaspora: A Photographic History of the Palestinians, 1876-1948.         Washington, D.C.: Institute for Palestine Studies, 1984.
24.10    Kollek, Teddy, and Amos Kollek. For Jerusalem: A Life. New York: Random House, 1978.
24.11    Mann, Thomas E., and Norman J. Ornstein. Congress, the Press, and the Public. Washington,      D.C.: American Enterprise Institute, 1994.
24.12    Meir, Golda. My Life. New York: Putnam, 1975
24.13    Moorhead, Alan.  The Blue Nile. New York:  Harper & Row, 1962.
24.14    Mohammed Reza Pahlevi, Shah of Iran. The White Revolution. [Tehran]: [Imperial Pahlavi             Library], 1967.
24.15    Morgenthau, Henry. Morgenthau Diary (Germany). Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Off, 1967.
24.16    National Archives (U.S.). Germany Surrenders Unconditionally. Facsimiles of the Documents.        Washington:  U.S. Govt. Print Off., 1945.
24.17    Povich, Elaine S. Partners & Adversaries: The Contentious Connection between Congress & the    Media. Arlington, Va: Freedom Forum, 1996.
24.18    Sadat in Jerusalem: Souvenir Album, November 19-21, 1977. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Post,  1977.
24.19    Sadat, Anwar.  In Search of Identity:  An Autobiography, New York:  Harper & Row, 1978.
24.20    Safran, Nadav. Israel, the Embattled Ally. Cambridge, Mass: Belknap Press, 1978
24.21    W. Turnowsky & Son. The Holocaust. Jerusalem: Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority,   1977.

25.1      Anti-Semitism. Jerusalem: Keter Pub. House, 1974.
25.2      Archaeology. Israel pocket library. Jerusalem: Keter Books, 1974.
25.3      Arlen, Michael J. Passage to Ararat. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1975.
25.4      Begin, Menachem. The Revolt. Jerusalem: Steimatzky's Agency, 1977.
25.5      Begin, Menachem. Who Is Menahem Begin?: A Documentary Sketch. Beirut: The Institute, 1977.
25.6      Bellow, Saul. To Jerusalem and Back: A Personal Account. New York: Viking Press, 1976.
25.7      Bet ha-yetomot ha-kelali (Jerusalem). The Passover Haggadah, with a guide for the Seder =           Hagadah shel Pesah?. New York: Shulsinger Bros, 1963.
25.8      Democracy.  Jerusalem:  Keter Books, 1974
25.9      Dennis-Jones, Harold. Israel.  Collins holiday guides, London:  Collins, 1970.
25.10    Economy. [Jerusalem]: Keter Books, 1973.
25.11    Education and Science. [Jerusalem]: Keter Books, 1974
25.12    Encyclopedia Judaica.  Society.  Jerusalem:  Keter Books, 1974.
25.13    Geography. [Jerusalem]: Keter Books, 1973
25.14    Ghareeb, Edmund. Split Vision: The Portrayal of Arabs in the American Media. Washington, D.C.:             American-Arab Affairs Council, 1983
25.15    Gilbert, Martin. Jerusalem, Illustrated History Atlas. London: M. Gilbert, 1977.
25.16    Harkabi, Yehoshafat. Palestinians and Israel. New York: Wiley, 1975
25.17    History Until 1880. [Jerusalem]: Keter Books, 1973.
25.18    Holocaust.  Jerusalem: Keter Books, 1974.
25.19    Immigration and Settlement. [Jerusalem]: Keter Books, 1973
25.20    Israel Pocket Library Cumulative Index: [for] V. 1-15 of the Israel Pocket Library. Jerusalem:          Keter, 1974.
25.21    Mendelsohn, Everett. A Compassionate Peace: A Future for the Middle East : a Report Prepared   for the American Friends Service Committee. New York: Hill and Wang, 1982.
25.22    Nakhleh, Emile A. The West Bank and Gaza: Toward the Making of a Palestinian State. Studies in             foreign policy. Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy
            Research, 1979.
25.23    Penniman, Howard Rae.  Israel at the Polls:  The Knesset Elections of 1977. Studies in political    and social processes.  Washington:  American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy
            Research, 1079.
25.24    Polk, William Roe. Backdrop to Tragedy:  The Struggle for Palestine.  Boston:  Beacon Press,      1957.
25.25    Religious Life and Communities.  Jerusalem: Keter Books, 1974.
25.26    Said, Edward W.  The Question of Palestine,  New York:  Times Books, 1980.
25.27    Schleifer, Abdullah.  The Fall of Jerusalem.  New York:  Monthly Review Press, 1972.
25.28   
Segev, Tom, and Arlen Neal Weinstein.  1949, The First Israelis.  New York:  Free Press, 1986.
25.29    Weizman, Ezer.  On Eagles’ Wings:  The Personal Story of the Leading Commander of the Israeli   Air Force.  New York:  MacMillan, 1977.
25.30    Zionism. Jerusalem, Israel:  Keter Books, 1973.

26.1      Haldeman, H. R., John D. Ehrlichman, Robert Charles Mardian, and John N. Mitchell. United         States of America V. Harry R. Haldeman, John D. Ehrlichman, Robert C. Mardian, John
           N. Mitchell, Appellants [on] Appeals from the United States District Court for the District of             Columbia:  (D.C.C. Crim No. 74-110), 1973.
26.2      Town Hall Meeting on National Security Policy, and Melvin R. Laird. The Nixon Doctrine: A Town   Hall Meeting, 1972.

 



 
             

 

 

Lawrence M. O'Rourke Papers

Finding Aid

 

 

Repository:      Villanova University, Falvey Memorial Library, Special Collections

 

Creator:            O'Rourke, Lawrence M., 1938-

 

Title:               Lawrence M. O'Rourke Papers

 

Dates:               1957-2005

 

Extent:            55.0 linear feet (112 boxes, 5 oversize boxes, 3 realia items, 358 books and pamphlets)

 

Abstract:          Lawrence M. O’Rourke earned a B.A. from Villanova University in 1959 and a J.D. from Georgetown Law Center in 1970. He was a reporter with the Philadelphia Bulletin, served as its Washington Bureau Chief until the paper closed in 1980. O’Rourke served in President Carter’s newly-created Department of Education. Later O’Rourke served as White House Correspondent and Columnist for and to other professional activities

 

Identification:   OM/LMOR

 

Language:        English

 

 

Biographical/Historical note

 

Lawrence M. O’Rourke was born to Lawrence M. O’Rourke and Margaret O’Rourke (née Higgins) on March 12, 1938 in Philadelphia. O’Rourke married Patricia Coe on August 29, 1967 and they have four children: Christopher, Katherine, Jennifer, and Timothy.

 

O’Rourke graduated from St. Thomas More High School in 1955, earned a Bachelor’s degree in English from Villanova University in 1959, and in 1970, graduated from Georgetown University Law Center with a J.D. He served in the U.S. army from 1960 to 1962 as director of the English language program at Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico.

 

His long career in journalism began in 1955 when he started out as a clerk at the Philadelphia Bulletin. In 1957 he gained the rank of reporter. He served as a police reporter, composing room editor, Harrisburg legislative correspondent, political reporter, education editor, assistant city editor, poverty editor, and Washington correspondent. In 1970 he was promoted to the position of Washington Bureau Chief, a position which he held until 1980. In 1980 he joined the newly-created Department of Education under President Carter. There he served as deputy assistant secretary for policy and planning and as acting assistant secretary for public affairs.

 

In late 1981, O’Rourke took a post at the St. Louis Dispatch as a White House Correspondent and Washington columnist. He also served as a congressional and national correspondent for McClatchy newspapers, retiring from the field of journalism in 2005. In addition to his journalism career, O’Rourke has practiced law in the District of Columbia court system since 1970. He has taken on many pro bono representations in child neglect and abuse cases.

 

Throughout his career, O’Rourke became a member of many clubs and associations including the National Press Club, Overseas Writers, Superior Court Trial Lawyers Association, and the American and D.C. Bar Associations. O’Rourke served as president of both the White House Correspondents Association (1976) and the Gridiron Club (1989). His many awards include the second place Merriman Smith prize for White House reporting under deadline pressure, the National Award of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary for an examination of the presidency and the Constitution, the U.S. Bicentennial Commission Award for a series on the Constitution, and the Raymond Clapper award for distinguished journalism. He also gave many lectures as a Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship visiting fellow.

 

O’Rourke’s notable assignments include coverage of Nixon's trip to China, Watergate, conventions and campaigns since 1964, Internal Revenue Service abuses, and legal issues, including abortion and criminal justice. He is also the author of the book Geno: The Life and Mission of Geno Baroni (Paulist Press, 1991), coauthor of Cheating Our Children: Why We Need School Reform (National Center for Education Information, 1985), and assistant editor of The American Teacher by C. Emily Feistritzer (Feistritzer Publications, 1983).

 

 

Series List

 

I.          Personal Papers

II.          Correspondence

III.         Newspaper articles written by Lawrence M. O'Rourke

IV.        Notebooks and Notes

V.         Wire Reports

VI.        Election Cycles

VII.       Presidential Administrations

VIII.       Department of Education

IX.        Gridiron Club

X.         White House Correspondents' Association

XI.        Other Professional Activities

XII.       White House. Office of the Press Secretary. Press Releases

XIII.       Pool Reports XIV. Miscellaneous

XV.       Photographs

XVI.      Realia

XVII.     Books

 

 

Subject Headings

 

Bulletin (Philadelphia, Pa.)

Evening and Sunday Bulletin (Philadelphia, Pa.)

Evening Bulletin (Philadelphia, Pa.)

Gridiron Club (Washington, D.C.).

Nixon, Richard Milhous, 1913-1994

O'Rourke, Lawrence M., Mr., 1938-

Persian Gulf War, 1991

Presidents -- Travel -- History

Press.

Reporters and reporting.

United States.. Department of Education..

Watergate Affair, 1972-1974.

 

 

Administrative Information 

 

Immediate Source of Acquisition note
Donated by Lawrence M. O'Rourke, 2007-2008

 

Access Restrictions

None

 

Use Restrictions

As stipulated by United States copyright law

 

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Bente L. Polites

 

 

Collection Inventory

 

Series I. Personal Papers

Box 1-2
The series contains material about and relating to Lawrence M. O'Rourke and his career. Some letters and cards are included but bulk of correspondence in Series II.

Folders are arranged in chronological order.

 

I/1/1      Biographical Material. Photographs, see: XV/1/1 1970-2004
I/1/2      O'Rourke Family. 1987-2003
I/1/3      Villanova University. 1957-1993
I/1/4      Awards and Recognitions. 1973-1984
I/1/5      Mentions, Speeches. 1972-1990

I/1/6      Memberships in Associations and Clubs. 1971-1980

I/1/7      Msgr. Geno Baroni. 1975-2005

I/1/8      Ronald W. Arnott v. The State of Texas. Appeals. 1971

I/1/9      Ronald W. Arnott. Correspondence. Poetry. 1971-1973

I/1/10    Articles (not newspaper). 1975, 1981, 1987, 1990

I/1/11    Speeches. Roman Catholic High School. Philadelphia. Sunday Breakfast Club. Philadelphia. 1978

I/1/12    Confraternity of Christian Doctrine (CDC). Teaching. 1983, 1991

I/1/13    Bloom's Day Party. 2004

I/2/1      Travel Expense Reports. White House. 1972-1994

I/2/2      Travel Expense Reports, Invoices. 1974-1991

I/2/3      The Bulletin. 1971-1976

I/2/4      St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Wire Reports, Articles re: LMOR.
            Realia (Cartoon), see: XVI/5/5. 1983-1991

I/2/5      McClatchy Newspapers. Memo's re: LMOR. 1992

I/2/6      List of articles. 2003

I/2/7      Miscellaneous, including Holiday Cards, Invitations. Realia, see: XVI/5/3. 1969-1998

I/2/8      Obituaries and Memorial Services for Friends and Colleagues. 1991-2005

 

 

Series II. Correspondence 1957-2004

Box 1-3
Correspondence is arranged in chronological order. Correspondence concerning The Bulletin matters from the years 1969-1972 is filed in box 1/folders #2-#5.

 

II/1/1     1957, 1963, 1959, 1966

II/1/2     The Bulletin. 1969-1970

II/1/3     The Bulletin. Washington Bureau Chief. 1970

II/1/4     The Bulletin. 1971-1972

II/1/5     The Bulletin. no date

II/1/6     1971

II/1/7     1972

II/1/8    1972

II/1/9     1973

II/1/10   1974

II/1/11   1975-1976

II/2/1     1978-1979

II/2/2     1980-1982

II/2/3     1983-1984

II/2/4     1985-1989

II/2/5     1990-1992

II/2/6     1993-1999

II/2/7     2000

II/3/1     2001

II/3/2     2002

II/3/3     2003

II/3/4     2004

II/3/5     2005

 

 

Series III. Newspaper articles written by Lawrence M. O’Rourke.

Box 1-13.
Boxes 1-2 contain scrapbooks of articles. Otherwise, the series consists of newspaper clippings and is arranged in chronological order. Articles were published in The Catholic Standard and Times (1959-1063), The Bulletin / The Evening and Sunday Bulletin (1957-1982), St. Louis Post-Dispatch (1982-1991), McClatchy Newspapers (1991-2005), and in other newspapers and news agencies (2000-2005).

 

III/1/1    Scrapbook. The Evening and Sunday Bulletin. August 1957-June 1960

III/1/2    Scrapbook. The Catholic Standard and Times. Basketball Columns. 1959-1960

III/1/3    Scrapbook. The Catholic Standard and Times. Basketball Columns. November 1962-April 1963

III/1/4    Scrapbook. The Bulletin. Vote Fraud. 1960

III/1/5    Scrapbook. The Bulletin. July 1962-December 1962

III/1/6    Scrapbook. The Bulletin. January 1963-May 1963

III/1/7    Scrapbook. The Bulletin. 1963

III/1/8    Scrapbook. Labor. 1963

III/1/9    Scrapbook. Schools. 1963

III/1/10   Scrapbook. Schools. August 13, 1963-September 10, 1963

III/1/11   Scrapbook. Schools. September 11, 1963-October 8, 1963

III/1/12   Scrapbook. Schools. October 8, 1963-November 10, 1963

III/1/13   Scrapbook. Schools. November 11, 1963-December 15, 1963

III/1/14   Scrapbook. Poverty. January 1965-February 1965

III/1/15   Scrapbook. Poverty. March 1965-April 14, 1965

III/1/16   Scrapbook. Poverty. April 15, 1965-May 27, 1965

III/1/17   Scrapbook. Poverty. May 28, 1965-July 18, 1965

III/2/1    Scrapbook. Poverty. July 21, 1965-September 28, 1965

III/2/2    Scrapbook. Poverty. September 29, 1965-November 3, 1965

III/2/3    Scrapbook. October 1965

III/2/4    Scrapbook. Presidential Election Coverage. Articles by Lawrence M. O'Rourke, Robert Roth,
            Joseph Daughen, John Farmer, Ray Moseley, Rem Rieder, Harry Toland. (2 copies). 1972

III/2/5    Scrapbook. June 1974-July 1974

III/2/6    Scrapbook. Richard M. Nixon Resigns; Gerald R. Ford ascends to the Presidency. Articles by
            Lawrence M. O'Rourke, Robert Roth, Linda J. Heffner, Robert E. Taylor, Sandy Grady, Adrian
            Lee, Joseph R. Daughen. August 5, 1974-August 11, 1974

III/3/1    Newspaper Clippings. 1964, 1966

III/3/2    Newspaper Clippings. 1969

III/3/3    Newspaper Clippings. 1970

III/3/4    Newspaper Clippings. January 1971-June 1971

III/3/5    Newspaper Clippings. July 1971-December 1971

III/3/6    Newspaper Clippings. 1972

III/3/7    Newspaper Clippings. 1973

III/3/8    Newspaper Clippings. 1974

III/3/9    Newspaper Clippings. 1975

III/3/10   Newspaper Clippings. 1976

III/4/1    Newspaper Clippings. 1978-1981

III/4/2    Newspaper Clippings. 1982

III/4/3    Newspaper Clippings. 1983

III/4/4    Newspaper Clippings. January 1984-June 1984

III/4/5    Newspaper Clippings. August 1984-December 1984

III/4/6    Newspaper Clippings. 1985

III/4/7    Newspaper Clippings. 1986

III/4/8    Newspaper Clippings. 1987

III/4/9    Newspaper Clippings. January 1988-June 1988

III/4/10   Newspaper Clippings. July 1988-December 1988

III/4/11   Newspaper Clippings. January 1989-June 1989

III/4/12   Newspaper Clippings. July 1989-December 1989

III/5/1    Newspaper Clippings. January 1990-June 1990

III/5/2    Newspaper Clippings. July 1990-December 1990

III/5/3    Newspaper Clippings. January 1991-June 1991

III/5/4    Newspaper Clippings. July 1991-December 1991

III/6/1    Newspaper Clippings. January 1992-June 1992

III/6/2    Newspaper Clippings. July 1992-December 1992

III/6/3    Newspaper Clippings. January 1993-June 1993

III/7/1    Newspaper Clippings. July 1993-December 1993

III/7/2    Newspaper Clippings. January 1994-June 1994

III/7/3    Newspaper Clippings. July 1994-December 1994

III/7/4    Newspaper Clippings. January 1995-June 1995

III/7/5    Newspaper Clippings. July 1995-September 1995

III/8/1    Newspaper Clippings. October 1995-December 1995

III/8/2    Newspaper Clippings. January 1996-June 1996

III/8/3    Newspaper Clippings. July 1996-December 1996

III/8/4    Newspaper Clippings. January 1997-June 1997

III/9/1    Newspaper Clippings. July 1997-December 1997

III/9/2    Newspaper Clippings. January 1998-June 1998

III/9/3    Newspaper Clippings. July 1998-September 1998

III/9/4    Newspaper Clippings. October 1998-November 1998

III/9/5    Newspaper Clippings. December 1998

III/10/1   Newspaper Clippings. January 1999-February 1999

III/10/2   Newspaper Clippings. March 1999-June 1999

III/10/3   Newspaper Clippings. July 1999-December 1999

III/10/4   Newspaper Clippings. January 2000-June 2000

III/10/5   Newspaper Clippings. July 2000-December 2000

III/11/1   Newspaper Clippings. January 2001-April 2001

III/11/2   Newspaper Clippings. May 2001-September 2001

III/11/3   Newspaper Clippings. October 2001-December 2001

III/11/4   Newspaper Clippings. January 2002-July 2002

III/11/5   Newspaper Clippings. August 2002-December 2002

III/12/1   Newspaper Clippings. January 2003-April 2003

III/12/2   Newspaper Clippings. May 2003-August 2003

III/12/3   Newspaper Clippings. September 2003-October 2003

III/12/4   Newspaper Clippings. January 2004-May 2004

III/12/5   Newspaper Clippings. June 2004-December 2004

III/13/1   Newspaper Clippings. January 2005-March 2005

III/13/2   Newspaper Clippings. April 2005-May 2005

III/13/3   Newspaper Clippings. June 2005-August 2005

III/13/4   Newspaper Clippings. no date

III/13/5   Newspaper Clippings. no date

III/13/6   Newspaper Clippings. 1972?

III/13/7   Newspaper Clippings. 1991?

III/13/8   Newspaper Clippings. 1992?

 

 

IV. Notebooks and Notes

Box 1-15

The notebooks cover the period 1964-2004 and are arranged in chronological order

 

IV/1/1    4 Notebooks. 1964

IV/1/2    2 Notebooks. 1965-1966

IV/1/3    4 Notebooks. 1968

IV/1/4    4 Notebooks. 1968

IV/1/5    3 Notebooks. 1969

IV/1/6    4 Notebooks. 1970

IV/1/7    5 Notebooks. 1970

IV/2/1    4 Notebooks. 1971

IV/2/2    4 Notebooks. 1971

IV/2/3    4 Notebooks. 1972

IV/2/4    4 Notebooks. 1973

IV/2/5    4 Notebooks. 1973

IV/2/6    4 Notebooks. 1973

IV/2/7    2 Notebooks. 1973

IV/3/1    4 Notebooks. January 1974-February 1974

IV/3/2    4 Notebooks. February 1974-April 1974

IV/3/3    4 Notebooks. April 1974-May 1974

IV/3/4    6 Notebooks. May 1974-August 1974

IV/3/5    5 Notebooks. August 1974-September 1974

IV/4/1    3 Notebooks. October 1974-November 1974

IV/4/2    4 Notebooks. 1974

IV/4/3    4 Notebooks. 1974

IV/4/4    3 Notebooks. January 1975

V/4/5    4 Notebooks. February 1973-March 1975

IV/4/6    5 Notebooks. April 1975-May 1975

IV/5/1    5 Notebooks. May 1975

IV/5/2    4 Notebooks. June 1975-July 1976

IV/5/3    3 Notebooks. August 1975

IV/5/4    6 Notebooks. September 1975-October 1975

IV/5/5    4 Notebooks. October 1975-November 1975

IV/5/6    5 Notebooks. November 1975

IV/6/1    3 Notebooks. December, 1975

IV/6/2    4 Notebooks. January 1976-February 1976

IV/6/3    4 Notebooks. February 1976

IV/6/4    3 Notebooks. March 1976-April 1976

IV/6/5    3 Notebooks. May 1976

IV/6/6    3 Notebooks. June 1976

IV/6/7    3 Notebooks. July 1976

IV/7/1    4 Notebooks. August 1976

IV/7/2    3 Notebooks. September 1976

IV/7/3    5 Notebooks. October 1976-November 1976

IV/7/4    4 Notebooks. December 1976; +1976?

IV/7/5    4 Notebooks. January 1977

IV/7/6    4 Notebooks. February 1977-April 1977

IV/8/1    3 Notebooks. May 1977

IV/8/2    3 Notebooks. May 1977-June 1977

IV/8/3    3 Notebooks. July 1977-August 1977

IV/8/4    3 Notebooks. September 1977

IV/8/5    4 Notebooks. October 1977-November 1977

IV/8/6    4 Notebooks. January 1978

IV/8/7    5 Notebooks. February 1978-March 1978

IV/9/1    3 Notebooks. April 1978-May 1978

IV/9/2    5 Notebooks. May 1978

IV/9/3    3 Notebooks. June 1978-July 1978

IV/9/4    3 Notebooks. September 1978-October 1978

IV/9/5    3 Notebooks. October 1978-November 1978

IV/9/6    4 Notebooks. November 1978-January 1979

IV/10/1 2 Notebooks. February 1979-March 1979

IV/10/2 4 Notebooks. March 1979

IV/10/3 3 Notebooks. April 1979-May 1979

IV/10/4 5 Notebooks. June 1979-August 1979

IV/10/5 3 Notebooks. September 1979

IV/10/6 3 Notebooks. October 1979

IV/10/7 4 Notebooks. November 1979-December 1979

IV/11/1 4 Notebooks. 1984

IV/11/2 2 Notebooks. 1986

IV/11/3 Loose pages from Notebooks. 1987-1988

IV/11/4 5 Notebooks. February 1988-March 1988

IV/11/5 4 Notebooks. September 1988

IV/11/6 3 Notebooks. October 1988-November 1988

IV/11/7 2 Notebooks. February 1989, May 1989

IV/11/8 5 Notebooks. June 1989-July 1989

IV/11/9 3 Notebooks. November 1989

IV/12/1 5 Notebooks. August 1990, November 1990

IV/12/2 3 Notebooks. December 1990

IV/12/3 6 Notebooks. January 1991-February 1991

IV/12/4 2 Notebooks + loose pages. October 1991

IV/12/5  2 Notebooks. November 1991-December 1991

IV/12/6 5 Notebooks. 1992

IV/12/7 4 Notebooks. 1992, 2

IV/13/1 3 Notebooks. 1993

IV/13/2 Loose pages from Notebooks. 1993

IV/13/3 5 Notebooks. 1994

IV/13/4 4 Notebooks. February 1996, May 1996

IV/13/5 4 Notebooks. August 1996

IV/13/6 2 Notebooks + loose pages. October 1996

IV/13/7 4 Notebooks. 1996?

IV/14/1 1 Notebook. October 1998

IV/14/2 7 Notebooks. 2000

IV/14/3 8 Notebooks. 2002

IV/14/4 4 Notebooks. 2004

IV/14/5 4 Notebooks. 2004

IV/15/1 5 Notebooks. no date

IV/15/2 7 Notebooks. no date

IV/15/3 4 Notebooks. no date

IV/15/4 2 Notebooks. no date

IV/15/5 Notepads + loose pages. 1973, 1974?, 1976?, 1977?

IV/15/6 Notepads + loose pages. 1980?, 1990?, 1994?, 1998?, 2000?, 2001?, n.d.

 

 

V. Wire Reports
Box 1-2

Wire reports filed by Lawrence M. O'Rourke. The reports are arranged in chronological order. Some reports are arranged by subject as originally organized by Lawrence M. O'Rourke.

 

V/1/1    Wire Reports. 1972

V/1/2    Wire Reports. North American Newspaper Alliance (NANA). 1973-1975

V/1/3    Wire Reports. 1973

V/1/4    Wire Reports. President Nixon's Trip to the USSR and Brussels. 1973

V/1/5    Wire Reports. February 1974

V/1/6    Wire Reports. President Nixon's Trip to the Middle East. June 1974

V/1/7    Wire Reports. June 1974-September 1974

V/1/8    Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to Japan, Korea, and the USSR. November 1974

V/1/9    Wire Reports. no date. 1974

V/1/10   Wire Reports. January 1975-April 1975

V/1/11   Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to Belgium, Spain, Austria, Italy. May 1975-June 1975

V/1/12   Wire Report. President Ford's Trip to the Federal Republic of Germany, Poland, Finland,
            Romania, and Yugoslavia. July 1975-August 1975

V/1/13   Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to New Hampshire, Oklahoma, and California.
            September 1975

V/1/14   Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to California and Wisconsin. October 1975

V/1/15   Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to the Economic Summit, France. November 1975

V/1/16   Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to Michigan and Florida. January 1976-February 1976

V/1/17   Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to New Hampshire. February 1976?

V/1/18   Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to Illinois and North Carolina. March 1976

V/2/1    Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to Michigan. May 1976

V/2/2    Wire Reports. President Ford's Trip to New Jersey and Ohio. June 1976

V/2/3    Wire Reports. Republican National Convention. August 1976

V/2/4    Wire Reports. September 1976-October 1976

V/2/5    Wire Reports. Vice President Mondale's Trip to Brussels. January 1977

V/2/6    Wire Reports. January 1977

V/2/7    Wire Reports. Israel. May 1977

V/2/8    Wire Reports. Mideast Peace Treaty. 1978-1979

V/2/9    Wire Reports. President Carter's Trip to the Middle East. March 1979

V/2/10   Wire Reports. 1983-1984

V/2/11   Wire Reports. 1989, 1999

 

 

VI. Election Cycles

Box 1-15

Materials in this series are arranged in chronological order by presidential election cycles. Within each election cycle the subject arrangement is according to Lawrence M. O'Rourke's filing arrangement.

Included are campaign brochures, press releases, transcripts of speeches and debates, papers, studies, campaign literature, and other background material.

Articles and notes by Lawrence M. O'Rourke when indicated, otherwise see series III, IV and V.

 

VI/1/1      1952-1956. Richard M. Nixon. 1956

VI/1/2      1960-1964. Bulletin Political Handbook. Philadelphia Ward Book. Pennsylvania County Book.

              1962

VI/1/3      1960-1964. Calendars. Conventions. 1960-1964

VI/1/4      1960-1964. Presidential Election Statistics, Pennsylvania. November 1964

VI/1/5      1964-1968. Philadelphia Ward Realignment. 1965

VI/1/6      1964-1968. General Election, Philadelphia. November 1965

VI/1/7      1964-1968. Arlen Specter for District Attorney. Notes and Articles by Lawrence M. O'Rourke.
              1965

VI/1/8      1964-1968. Gubernatorial Election Statistics. Pennsylvania. 1966

VI/1/9      1964-1968. Senate Election Statistics. Pennsylvania. November 1966

VI/1/10   1964-1968. House, Senate, and Gubernatorial Elections. Notes by Lawrence M. O'Rourke.
               November 1966

VI/1/11   1964-1968. Presidential Campaign. Richard M. Nixon. Tour. September 1968

VI/1/12   1964-1968. Presidential Campaign. Richard M. Nixon. 1968

VI/2/1      1968-1972. Elections. 1970

VI/2/2      1968-1972. Presidential Campaign. George McGovern. no date

VI/2/3      1968-1972. Presidential Campaign. George McGovern. no date

VI/2/4      1968-1972. Presidential Campaign. Richard M. Nixon. no date

VI/2/5      1968-1972. Presidential Campaign. Richard M. Nixon. First Monday. 1972

VI/2/6      1968-1972. Republican National Convention. Miami Beach, FL. August 1972

VI/2/7      1968-1972. Elections. Charts, Statistics. November 1972

VI/3/1      1968-1972. Republican National Committee. Campaign Factbook. 1. no date

VI/3/2      1968-1972. Republican National Committee. Campaign Factbook. 2. no date

VI/3/3      1968-1972. Republican National Committee. Campaign Factbook. 3. no date

VI/3/4      1968-1972. Republican National Committee. Campaign Seminars. 6 Manuals. no date

VI/4/1      1972-1976. Senate Campaign. New Hampshire. Louis C. Wyman. 1975

VI/4/2      1972-1976. Presidential Campaign. Republican Party. no date

VI/4/3      1972-1976. Richard S. Schweiker. no date

VI/4/4      1972-1976. Republican National Convention, Kansas City, MS. August 1976

VI/4/5      1972-1976. Republican National Convention, Kansas City, MS. August 1976

VI/4/6      1972-1976. Presidential Campaign. Democratic Party. no date

VI/4/7      1972-1976. Democratic National Convention, New York City, NY. July 1976

VI/5/1      1972-1976. Presidential Campaign. United States Catholic Conference. 1976

VI/5/2      1972-1976. Presidential Debates. News filings by Lawrence M. O'Rourke. 1976

VI/5/3      1972-1976. Senate Campaign. Michigan. Marvin L. Esch. 1976

VI/6/1      1976-1980. House, Senate, and Gubernatorial Campaigns. ABC News Election Fact Book, 1.
              November 1978

VI/6/2      1976-1980. House, Senate, and Gubernatorial Campaigns. ABC News Election Fact Book, 2.
              November 1978

VI/6/3      1976-1980. Gubernatorial Campaigns. Republican Governors Association. Statistics,
              List of Members. 1979

VI/6/4      1976-1980. Senate Campaign. Pennsylvania. Analysis. 1980

VI/6/5      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. no date

VI/6/6      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. Anderson/Lucey. no date

VI/6/7      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. George Bush. "George Bush for President" Papers. no date

VI/6/8      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. George Bush. "George Bush for President" Papers. State                   Segments. no date

VI/6/9      1976-1980. Photographs. See: Series XV/1/3 (VI/6/9).

VI/7/1      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. Carter/Mondale Presidential Committee.
              April 1979-February 1980

VI/7/2      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. John B. Connally. April 1979-February 1980

VI/7/3      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. Edward Kennedy. 1979

VI/7/4      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. Ronald Regan. 1979

VI/7/5      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. The '80 Vote. Prepared by ABC News. -Illinois. no date

VI/7/6      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. The '80 Vote. Prepared by ABC News.
               Indiana-North Dakota. no date

VI/7/7      1976-1980. Presidential Campaign. The '80 Vote. Prepared by ABC News.
              Ohio-Wyoming. no date

VI/8/1      1980-1984. Presidential Campaign. Reagan-Bush '84. Realia, see: XVI/3/3. no date

VI/8/2      1980-1984. Presidential Campaign. Walter F. Mondale. no date

VI/8/3      1980-1984. Republican National Convention. Dallas, TX. Official Guide. Telephone Directory.
              Acceptance Speech of George Bush. Acceptance Speech of Dan Quayle. August 1984

VI/8/4      1980-1984. Presidential Debate, Louisville, KY. October 1984

VI/9/1      1984-1988. Presidential Campaign. George Bush. Schedules. 1987-1988

VI/9/2      1984-1988. Presidential Campaign. Campaign Material. 1988

VI/9/3      1984-1988. Presidential Campaign. Campaign Material re: Al Gore, Alexander M. Haig,
              Gary Hart, Lyndon LaRouche, Peter du Pont. New Hampshire Primary Results. no date

VI/9/4      1984-1988. Republican National Convention, New Orleans, LA. Press Guide,
              The Times-Picayune Convention Specials. Realia, see: XVI/5/4. August 1988

VI/9/5      1984-1988. Presidential Campaign. "Politics." (Reprint from Los Angeles Times).
              1988. "Trivial Pursuit: Negative Advertising and the Decay of Political Discourse." 1990.

VI/9/6      1984-1988. Republican Presidential Candidates, photograph, see: Series XV/1/4 (VI/9/6).
              1984-1988

VI/10/1   1988-1992. Gubernatorial Campaign. Louisiana. David Duke. no date

VI/10/2   1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Jerry Brown. no date

VI/10/3   1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Patrick J. Buchanan. no date

VI/10/4    1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. George Bush, Bush/Quayle. 1988

VI/10/5   1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Bill Clinton. Photograph, see: Series XV/1/5 (VI/10/5).
              January-May 1992

VI/10/6   1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Bill Clinton. June-September 1992

VI/10/7   1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Bill Clinton. October 1992

VI/10/8   1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Mario Cuomo. 1992

VI/10/9   1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Lenora Fulani.

VI/10/10  1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. John Hagelin.

VI/10/11  1988-1992. Campaign Material. Tom Harkin.

VI/10/12  1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Bob Kerrey.

VI/10/13  1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Jim Lennane.

VI/10/14  1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Ross Perot.

VI/10/15  1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Paul Tsongas.

VI/11/1   1988-1992. Democratic National Convention, New York City, NY. Realia, see: XVI/4/2. July 1992

VI/11/2   1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Republican Platform. Platform Comparison.

VI/11/3   1988-1992. Republican National Convention, Houston, TX. August 1992

VI/11/4   1988- 1992. Presidential Debates.

VI/12/1    1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. Democratic National Committee. Political Information
               Packets. Press Information Kit. March 1992-September 1992

VI/12/2    1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. United States Conference of Mayors Forum for Democratic
               Presidential Candidates. January 1992

VI/12/3    1988-1992. Presidential Campaign. October 1991-September 1992

VI/12/4    1992

VI/13/1    1992-1996. Gubernatorial Campaign. Virginia. George Allen. Mary Sue Terry. 1993

VI/13/2    1992-1996. Congressional Campaign. 1994

VI/13/3    1992-1996. Congressional Campaign. Pennsylvania. Lawrence R. Watson.

VI/13/4    1992-1996. Senate Campaign. Pennsylvania. Rick Santorum. Harris Wofford.
               Photograph of Rick Santorum, see: XV/1/6. 1994

VI/13/5    1992-1996. Senate Campaign. New Jersey. Bob Torricelli. 1996

VI/13/6    1992-1996. Presidential Campaign. Lamar Alexander. 1995-1996

VI/13/7    1992-1996. Presidential Campaign. Patrick Buchanan. 1995-1996

VI/13/8    1992-1996. Presidential Campaign. Bob Dole. 1995-1996

VI/13/9    1992-1996. Presidential Campaign. Bob Dornan. 1995

VI/13/10  1992-1996. Presidential Campaign. Steve Forbes. 1995-1996

VI/13/11  1992-1996. Presidential Campaign. Phil Gramm. 1995-1996

VI/13/12  1992-1996. Presidential Campaign. Morry Taylor. 1995-1996

VI/13/13  1992-1996. Presidential Campaign. Des Moines Register GOP Presidential Candidates Forum.
              1995

VI/14/1    1992-1996. Democratic National Convention. Chicago, IL. Press Information Kit. Guide.
               August 1996

VI/14/2    1992-1996. Republican National Convention. San Diego, CA. Official Press Guide. Roll of
               Delegates and Alternate Delegates. Republican Platform. August 1996

VI/14/3    1992-1996. Presidential Campaign. 1995-1996

VI/15/1    1996-2000. Senate and Congressional Campaigns. 1998

VI/15/2    1996-2000. Senate Campaign. New York. Charles Schumer. 1998

VI/15/3    1996-2000. Congressional Campaign. Pennsylvania. Don Sherwood. 1998

VI/15/4    1996-2000. Presidential Campaign. Steve Forbes. Notes by Lawrence M. O'Rourke. 1999

VI/15/5    1996-2000. Republican National Convention. Philadelphia, PA. McClatchy Reporters.
               Realia, see: XVI/4/4-5. July 2000-August 2000

VI/15/6    1996-2000. Democratic National Convention. Los Angeles, CA. Transcript.
               McClatchy Reporters. Realia, see: XVI/4/3. August 2000

VI/15/7    2000-2004. Republican National Convention. New York, NY. Maps. Transcript of Remarks
              of Senator John Edwards. Wire Reports by Lawrence M. O'Rourke. 2004

 

 

VII. Presidential Administrations

Box 1-27

Materials are arranged in chronological order by presidential administration. Subjects organized according to Lawrence M. O'Rourke's arrangement. Materials about presidential trips consist of press notes, schedules, background material, speeches, press releases, and tourist brochures. Materials about administrative topics include studies, reports, press releases, speeches, news clippings. More detailed contents information is listed for folders with material about Nixon's trip to China in 1972 and for folders containing material about Watergate.

 

VII/1/1     1957-1961. Richard M. Nixon. Vice President. 1959

VII/1/2     1961-1965. John F. Kennedy. Inauguration (Life Souvenir edition). 1961

VII/1/3     1965-1969. Lyndon B. Johnson. Official Inaugural Program. 1969

VII/1/4     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   President Elect. January 1969

VII/1/5     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Inauguration. Official Guide Book. 1969

VII/1/6     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Italy, Yugoslavia, Spain, Ireland.
                                                            September 27, 1970-October 5, 1970

VII/1/7     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Italy, Yugoslavia, Spain, Ireland.
                                                            September 27, 1970-October 5, 1970

VII/1/8     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Italy, Yugoslavia, Spain, Ireland.
                                                            Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia. September 27, 1970-                                                                       October 5, 1970

VII/2/1     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Illinois. August 17, 1971-August 19, 1971

VII/2/2     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   China and the Press. October 1971

VII/2/3     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Visit to Azores. December 12, 1971-December 14, 1971

VII/2/4     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Bermuda Meeting. Newspaper (The Royal Gazette).
                                                            Realia, see XVI/1/1. December 20, 1971-December 21, 1971

VII/2/5     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Meeting with Prime Minister Eisaku Sato of Japan.
                                                            January 7, 1972

VII/2/6     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   China in 1972. A Conference for Journalists.
                                                            January 23, 1972-January 26, 1972

VII/3/1     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to China. Press notes. February 21, 1972-February 28, 1972

VII/3/2     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to China. Information for the Press. Travel Information.
                                                            Schedules. News Clippings. February 21, 1972-February 28,                                                                    1972

VII/3/3     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to China. Hsinhua News Bulletin (Febr.20-25),
                                                            Peking Review (Febr.25), Reports on China, I-III. 1972

VII/3/4     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to China. News from Foreign Agencies & Press.
                                                            February 20, 1972-February 25, 1972

VII/3/5     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to China. Journal Articles. Newspaper Clippings.
                                                            Entire Newspapers, see: XVI/2/2. 1971-1972

VII/3/6     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to China. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia.
                                                            Tourist Brochures. Photographs, see: XV/1/7. February 21, 1972-                                                                        February 28, 1972

VII/3/7     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to China. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia.
                                                            Press Credentials. Invitations. Menus. Programs. February 21,                                                                1972-February 28, 1972

VII/3/8     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to China. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Notes.
                                                            February 21, 1972-February 28, 1972

VII/4/1     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Austria, USSR, Iran, Poland. May 19, 1972-June 1, 1972

VII/4/2     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Austria, USSR, Iran, Poland. May 19, 1972-June 1, 1972

VII/4/3     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Austria, USSR, Iran, Poland. May 19, 1972-June 1, 1972

VII/4/4     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Austria. Salzburger Nachrichten. Sonntag Kurier.
                                                            May 21, 1972

VII/4/5     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to USSR. Soviet Press Reports. May 22, 1972-May 28, 1972

VII/4/6     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to USSR. Committee on Ways and Means. Memorandum on
                                                            trade implications. May 17, 1972

VII/4/7     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to USSR. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia. Invitation.
                                                            Realia, see: XVI/5/1. May 22, 1972-May 28, 1972

VII/4/8     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Iran. Photographs, see: XV/1/8

VII/4/9     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Iran. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia.
                                                            Tourist Brochures. Realia, see: XVI/1/3. May 30, 1972-May                                                                      31,1972

VII/5/1     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Articles by John Osborne. 1970-1972

VII/5/2     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Articles by Hugh Sidey (Life). 1970-1972

VII/5/3     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Administration. 1970-1972

VII/5/4     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Billy Graham Day. October 15, 1971

VII/5/5     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Congress. 1969-1971

VII/5/6     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.  Economy. 1970-1972

VII/5/7     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Foreign Affairs. 1971-1972

VII/5/8     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Dr. Henry Kissinger. Briefings. Press Conferences. 1970-1972

VII/5/9     1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Labor. 1971-1973

VII/5/10   1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Personal Information. "A Salute to the President."
                                                            Photograph, see: XV/1/9.

VII/5/11   1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Politics. Notes by Lawrence M. O'Rourke. 1970-1971

VII/5/12   1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   The Press. 1970-1972

VII/5/13   1969-1973. Richard M. Nixon.   Vietnam. 1971

VII/6/1     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Inauguration. 20 January, 1973

VII/6/2     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Press Conferences. March 2, 1973-March 6, 1974

VII/6/3     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   The Washington Summit. General Secretary Brezhnev's Visit to
                                                            the USA. Remarks. Agreements. Official Documents. Wire                                                             Reports. Lawrence M. O'Rourke's Notes. June 18, 1973-June 25,                                                                         1973

VII/6/4     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Vice President Spiro Agnew. Press Conferences. Statements.
                                                            August 8, 1973-October 11, 1973

VII/6/5     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Mercer University. November 18, 1973

VII/6/6     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Administration. April 1973-August 1973

VII/6/7     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. General Services Administration. Notes by Lawrence M.                                                                          O'Rourke. July 1973-August 1973

VII/6/8     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. War Powers Bill. 1973

VII/6/9     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Visit to the Dedication of the Cedars of Lebanon Health Care
                                                            Center. Miami, FL. Photographs, see: XV/1/10. February 14,                                                                   1974

VII/6/10   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Visit to Huntsville, AL. Sertoma Club. Speeches.
                                                            Photograph, see: XV/1/11 February 18, 1974

VII/6/11   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   The Press. 1973

VII/6/12   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Dr. Henry Kissinger. Press Conferences. June 1974

VII/7/1     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Trip to Austria, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Israel, Jordan, Azores.
                                                            Photograph, see: XV/1/12. June 1974

VII/7/2     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Trip to Egypt. Speech by President Anwar El Sadat.
                                                            Cairo Press Review. Egyptian Gazette. June 12, 1974-June 13,                                                                1974

VII/7/3     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Trip to Egypt. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia.
                                                            Menu. Itinerary. June 13, 1974

VII/7/4     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Trip to Saudi Arabia. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia.
                                                            Program. Postcards. June 14, 1974-June 15, 1974

VII/7/5     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Trip to Syria. June 15, 1974-June 15, 1974

VII/7/6     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Trip to Israel. June 16, 1974-June 17, 1974

VII/7/7     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Trip to Jordan. Photograph, see: XV/1/12. June 17, 1974

VII/7/8     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Trip to the Azores. June 18, 1974-June 19, 1974

VII/7/9     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Trip to the Middle East. June 19, 1974-June 28, 1974

VII/7/10   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to Belgium. June 25, 1974-June 27, 1974

VII/7/11   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to USSR. June 28, 1974-July 3, 1974

VII/7/12   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to USSR. Novosti Press Agency Daily Review.
                                                            June 28, 1974-June 29, 1974

VII/7/13   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to USSR. Jewish Community in the Soviet Union. June 1974

VII/7/14   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Trip to USSR. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia. Ticket Stubs.
                                                            Receipts. Tourist Brochures. June 1974

VII/8/1     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Watergate Special Prosecution Force. 1973-1975

VII/8/2     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Saturday Night Massacre. Statements. Press Conferences.
                                                            October 20, 1973

VII/8/3     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Watergate Indictment. Legal Documents.
                                                            March 7, 1974-July 29, 1974

VII/8/4     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Watergate Tapes. Legal Briefs, 1. 1973

VII/8/5     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Watergate Tapes. Legal Briefs, 2. 1973

VII/8/6     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Watergate Tapes. Legal Briefs, 3. 1974

VII/8/7     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Watergate Tapes. Transcripts. October 23, 1972

VII/9/1     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Watergate. An analysis of the Constitutional Standard by
                                                            Presidential Impeachment by James D. St. Clair et al. no date

VII/9/2     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Watergate. Department of Justice. Legal Aspects of
                                                            Impeachment. February 1974

VII/9/3     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.  Watergate. Department of Justice. Legal Aspects of
                                                            Impeachment. February 1974

VII/9/4     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Watergate. House of Representatives. Committee on the
                                                            Judiciary. Summary of Information, 1. July 19, 1974

VII/9/5     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Watergate. House of Representatives. Committee on the
                                                            Judiciary. Summary of Information, 2. July 19, 1974

VII/9/6     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Watergate. Hugh Scott. Press Releases. Statements.
                                                            June 1973-May 1974

VII/9/7     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Watergate. Statements by Members of Congress about
                                                            Watergate and possible Impeachment. July 23, 1974-August 8,                                                               1974

VII/9/8     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Watergate. AFL-CIO. Press Releases. Broadside.
                                                            November 16, 1973-January 25, 1974

VII/9/9     1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon. Watergate. National Campaign to Impeach Nixon.
                                                            News Bulletins. Fliers. April 1974

VII/9/10   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Watergate. National Citizens' Committee for Fairness
                                                            to the Presidency. Newsletters. July 12, 1974-August 30, 1974

VII/10/1   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Watergate. Press Releases. Statements.
                                                            Arranged by Lawrence M. O'Rourke. January 1974-July 1974

VII/10/2   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Watergate. Reports. Journal Articles.
                                                            Issues of The Evening Bulletin, see: XVI/2/3. March 1974-August                                                             1974

VII/10/3   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Watergate. "Straight Talk". Transcripts.
                                                            February 1974-March 1974

VII/10/4   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Watergate. Wire Reports. July 1974

VII/10/5   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Watergate. United States Citizens' Congress. Newsletter.
                                                            September 13, 1974-September 1975

VII/10/6   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Watergate. Baruch Korff: Factual Errors in the Simulated
                                                            Version of the Final Days. President Nixon Justice Fund. July                                                                 1974

VII/11/1   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Richard M. Nixon and Patricia R. Nixon. Income Tax Returns.                                                                  1969-1972

VII/11/2   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Richard M. Nixon and Patricia R. Nixon. Financial Records.                                                                     1969-1973

VII/11/3   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   National Lawyers Guild. People's Lawsuit to set aside the
                                                            1972 Presidential Election. Brief. Statements. December 1973-                                                                May 1974

VII/11/4   1973-1974. Richard M. Nixon.   Lawsuit re. Move of Presidential Materials. Brief. Notes.
                                                            December 1974

VII/12/1   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Swearing In. Guest List. Telephone Remarks.
                                                            Photographs, see: XV/1/13. August 9, 1974.

VII/12/2   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Press Conferences. August 28,1974-March 13, 1976

VII/12/3   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Pardon of Richard M. Nixon. Memorandum. Proclamation.
                                                            Statements. September 8, 1974

VII/12/4   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Japan, Korea, USSR.                                                                                                                  November 17, 1974-November 24, 1974

VII/12/5   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Japan, Korea, USSR.
                                                            November 17, 1974-November 24, 1974

VII/12/6   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Japan. Photograph, see: XV/1/14.

VII/12/7   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Japan. Issues of Japanese Newspapers and Magazines.
                                                            November 19, 1974-November 22,1974

VII/12/8   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Japan. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia.

VII/12/9   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Korea. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia.
                                                            Photograph, see XV/1/15. Realia, see XVI/3/1. November 22,                                                                  1974-November 23, 1974

VII/12/10 1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to USSR. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia. November                                                                 23, 1974-November 24, 1974

VII/12/11 1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Belgium, Spain, Austria, Italy, Vatican. May 28, 1975-

                                                            June 3, 1975

VII/12/12 1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Belgium, Spain, Austria, Italy, Vatican. May 28, 1975-
                                                            June 3, 1975

VII/13/1   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Belgium. NATO Documents. May 28, 1975-May 31, 1975

VII/13/2   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Austria. June 1, 1975-June 3, 1975

VII/13/3   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Belgium, Spain, Austria, Italy, Vatican. Lawrence M.                                                                     O'Rourke Memorabilia. May 28, 1975-June 3, 1975

VII/13/4   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Federal Republic of Germany, Poland, Finland, Romania,                                                                         Yugoslavia. July 26, 1975-August 4, 1975

VII/13/5   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Federal Republic of Germany. Photographs, see:                                                                                     XV/1/16. July 26, 1975-July 28, 1975

VII/13/6   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Federal Republic of Germany. Lawrence M. O'Rourke                                                                   Memorabilia. July 26, 1975-July 28, 1975

VII/13/7   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Federal Republic of Germany. Pamphlets and Booklets                                                                about the German Democratic Republic. July 26, 1975-July 28,                                                                1975

VII/13/8   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Poland. July 28, 1975-July 29, 1975

VII/14/1   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Finland. Conference on Security and Cooperation in                                                                     Europe. Helsinki. July 30, 1975-August 1, 1975

VII/14/2   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Finland. Conference on Security and Cooperation in                                                                     Europe. Helsinki. List of Participants. July 30, 1975-August 1,                                                                 1975

VII/14/3   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Finland. Conference on Security and Cooperation in                                                                     Europe. Helsinki. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia. July 30,                                                                1975-August 1, 1975

VII/14/4   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Romania. August 2, 1975-August 3, 1975

VII/14/5   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Yugoslavia. August 3, 1975-August 4, 1975

VII/14/6   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to Yugoslavia. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia. August                                                              3, 1975-August 4, 1975

VII/15/1   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to California. Pepperdine University. September 20, 1975

VII/15/2   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to California. Assassination Attempt on the President in San                                                                         Francisco. September 22, 1975

VII/15/3   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to California. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia.                                                                            September 1975

VII/15/4   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to France. November 14, 1975-November 17, 1975

VII/15/5   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to France. Economic Summit. Declaration of Rambouillet.                                                                November 12, 1975-November 25, 1975

VII/15/6   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      Trip to France. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia. November                                                                14, 1975-November 17, 1975

VII/15/7   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      IRS Intelligence Activities. 1975

VII/15/8   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      IRS Intelligence Activities. 1975

VII/15/9   1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.      IRS Intelligence Activities. 1975. Newspaper Clippings

VII/15/10  1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.     Correspondence with Governor Thomson, New Hampshire.                                                                     February 9, 1975-February 18, 1976

VII/15/11  1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.     Portrait of the First Two Years. August 1976

VII/15/12  1974-1977. Gerald R. Ford.     Trip to State Fair of Texas. October 1976

VII/16/1   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         President Elect. November 1976-January 1977

VII/16/2   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Inauguration. Photographs, see: XV/1/17. January 1977

VII/16/3   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Vice President Walter F. Mondale. Trip to Brussels, Bonn,
                                                            Berlin, Rome, London, Paris, Tokyo. January 23, 1977-
                                                            January 30, 1977

VII/16/4   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Vice President Walter F. Mondale. Trip to Brussels, Bonn,
                                                            Berlin, Rome, London, Paris, Tokyo. January 23, 1977-
                                                            January 30, 1977

VII/16/5   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Vice President Walter F. Mondale. Trip to Brussels, Bonn,

                                                            Berlin, Rome, London, Paris, Tokyo. Photograph,

                                                            see: XV/1/18. January 23, 1977-January 30, 1977

VII/17/1   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Prime Minister Menachem Begin's Visit to the U.S. July 18, 1977-                                                                        July 21, 1977

VII/17/2   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Meetings of Presidents Carter and Sadat and Prime Minister                                                                   Begin at Camp David. September 1978

VII/17/3   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Middle East Peace Talks. 1975-1979

VII/17/4   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Middle East Peace Talks. Magazine Covers and Articles. 1977-                                                               1979

VII/17/5   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Palestinians. Pacific News Service. 1977

VII/17/6   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Trip to Israel, Lebanon, Egypt.                                                                            Preparatory Documents. Schedule. Memorabilia. Photograph,                                                                 see: XV/1/19. May 1978

VII/17/7   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Trip to Israel. Memorabilia. Maps. May                                                                1978

VII/17/8   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Trip to Egypt and Israel. March 8, 1979-March 13, 1979

VII/17/9   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Trip to Israel and Egypt. Cairo Press Review. Selections from the

                                                            hebrew Press. March 8, 1979-March 13, 1979

VII/17/10 1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Administration. Resignations. Photograph, see: XV/1/20. July 19,                                                                        1979-July 20, 1979

VII/17/11 1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Visit of Pope John Paul II, Washington, DC. October 6, 1979-                                                                 October 7, 1979

VII/17/12 1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Visit of Pope John Paul II, Washington, DC. Lawrence M.
                                                            O'Rourke Memorabilia. October 6, 1979-October 7, 1979

VII/18/1   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Shah of Iran. Visits to the US. Press Notes from Imperial                                                                                    Embassy of Iran, Washington, D.C. 1976-1979

VII/18/2   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Iran Freedom Foundation. Press Releases. Radio and

                                                            TV Reports. 1979

VII/18/3   1977-1981. Jimmy Carter.         Iran. Background Documents. 1978-1979

VII/19/1   1981-1985. Ronald W. Reagan. Gulf Cooperation Council, Abu Dhabi. Lawrence M. O'Rourke                                                                 Memorabilia. Photograph, Slides, see: XV/1/21. May 1981

VII/19/2   1981-1985. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to Japan and Korea. November 8, 1983-November 14,                                                                     1983

VII/19/3   1981-1985. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to Japan and Korea. Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Visa                                                                            Applications. Press Credential Applications. November 1983

VII/19/4   1981-1985. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to China. April 26, 1984-May 1, 1984

VII/19/5   1981-1985. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to China. April 26, 1984-May 1, 1984

VII/19/6   1981-1985. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to China. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia. April 26,                                                                    1984-May 1, 1984

VII/20/1   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Inaugural Parade. January 21, 1985

VII/20/2   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to Quebec City. March 17, 1985-March 18, 1985

VII/20/3   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to the Bonn Economic Summit, Spain, the European          
                                                            Parliament and Portugal. April 30, 1985-May 10, 1985

VII/20/4   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to the Bonn Economic Summit, Spain, the European
                                                            Parliament and Portugal. April 30, 1985-May 10, 1985

VII/21/1   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Lawrence M. O'Rourke's Trip to the Philippines. Background                                                                  Material. Letters. Wire Reports. Notes. Memorabilia. March 1986

VII/21/2   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to Indonesia/the ASEAN Conference and the Tokyo
                                                            Economic Summit. April 25, 1986-May 7, 1986

VII/21/3   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan.Trip to Indonesia/the ASEAN Conference and the Tokyo
                                                            Economic Summit. April 25, 1986-May 7, 1986

VII/21/4   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan.Trip to Indonesia/the ASEAN Conference and the Tokyo
                                                            Economic Summit. Japan Times, May 4, 1986. April 25, 1986-                                                                 May 7, 1986

VII/22/1   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Administration. Resignation letter from Donald T. Regan, Chief                                                               of Staff. Memorandum from George P. Shultz, Secretary of                                                                    State. February 27, 1987. August 4, 1987

VII/22/2   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to Venice Economic Summit, Rome, the Vatican, West                                                                    Berlin, and Bonn. June 3, 1987-June 12, 1987

VII/22/3   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to Venice Economic Summit, Rome, the Vatican, West                                                                    Berlin, and Bonn. June 3, 1987-June 12, 1987

VII/22/4   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to Venice Economic Summit, Rome, the Vatican, West                                                                    Berlin, and Bonn. Background Document. Pope's Welcome
                                                            Speech. Demonstrations. June 3, 1987-June 12, 1987

VII/22/5   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev. Washington Summit.                                                                    December 1987

VII/22/6   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev. Washington Summit.                                                                    December 1987

VII/22/7   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to the Toronto Economic Summit. June 19, 1988-June 21,                                                                1988

VII/22/8   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Trip to the Toronto Economic Summit. Background Material.                                                                  Lawrence M. O'Rourke's Applications for Media Accreditation.
                                                            Realia, see: XVI/3/4. June 19, 1988-June 21, 1988

VII/22/9   1985-1989. Ronald W. Reagan. Office of the President-Elect. Quayle Interview. November 1988.
                                                            January 1989

VII/23/1   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush.Visit for State Funeral of Emperor Showa. Lawrence M.                                                                           O'Rourke Memorabilia. February 23, 1989-February 25, 1989

VII/23/2   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush.Trip to Japan, the People's Republic of China, and the Republic                                                              of Korea. February 22, 1989-February 27, 1989

VII/23/3   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush.Trip to Brussels NATO Summit, Rome, the Vatican, Bonn, and                                                                 London. May 26, 1989-June 2, 1989

VII/23/4   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush.Trip to Brussels NATO Summit, Rome, the Vatican, Bonn, and                                                                 London. May 26, 1989-June 2, 1989

VII/23/5   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush.Trip to Brussels NATO Summit, Rome, the Vatican, Bonn, and                                                                 London. Lawrence M. O'Rourke Memorabilia. May 26, 1989-
                                                            June 2, 1989

VII/23/6   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush.Lawrence M. O'Rourke's Trip to Germany/Berlin. Schedule.                                                                      Background Documents. Press Program for the Visit by
                                                            Mikhail S. Gorbachev to the Federal Republic of Germany. June                                                                         1989

VII/23/7   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush.Trip to Poland, Hungary, the Paris Economic Summit and
                                                            French Bicentennial, and the Netherlands. July 9, 1989-
                                                            July 18, 1989

VII/24/1   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush.Trip to Poland, Hungary, the Paris Economic Summit and
                                                            French Bicentennial, and the Netherlands. July 9, 1989-
                                                            July 18, 1989

VII/24/2   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush.Trip to the 44th United Nations General Assembly. New York.                                                                  September 25, 1989

VII/24/3   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Trip to Costa Rica. October 27, 1989-October 28, 1989

VII/24/4   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Meeting in Malta. Pre-Advance Team. November 1989

VII/24/5   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Mediterranean Meetings of Presidents Bush and Gorbachev.                                                                  December 2, 1989-December 3, 1989

VII/24/6   1989-1993 George H. W. Bush. Mediterranean Meetings of Presidents Bush and Gorbachev.                                                                  December 2, 1989-December 3, 1989

VII/24/7   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Mediterranean Meetings of Presidents Bush and Gorbachev.                                                                  December 2, 1989-December 3, 1989

VII/25/1   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Meetings of Prime Minister Thatcher and President Bush.                                                                       Bermuda. April 13, 1990

VII/25/2   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Meetings of President Bush and President Mitterrand. Key                                                                     Largo, Florida. April 19, 1990

VII/25/3   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Summit Meetings of Presidents Bush and Gorbachev.                                                                           Washington, DC. May 31, 1990-June 3, 1990

VII/25/4   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Summit Meetings of Presidents Bush and Gorbachev.                                                                           Washington, DC. 1990

VII/25/5   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Trip to Economic Summit of Industrialized Democracies. July 9,                                                                         1990-July 11, 1990

VII/25/6   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Meetings of President Bush and President Gorbachev. Helsinki,
                                                            Finland. September 9, 1990

VII/25/7   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Trip to Europe and the Middle East. President Havel's Speech.                                                              November 16, 1990-November 23, 1990

VII/26/1   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Persian Gulf War. Chronology. Media Information.                                                                                 Photographs, see: XV/1/22-25.

VII/26/2   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Persian Gulf War. Background Documents. 1990-1991

VII/26/3   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Persian Gulf War. Journal Articles. Reports. 1991

VII/26/4   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Persian Gulf War. Newspaper Clippings. 1991

VII/26/5   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Persian Gulf War. Wire Reports. 1991

VII/26/6   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Persian Gulf War. The Media at War. A Gannett Foundation                                                                    Report. June 1991

VII/26/7   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Review of Passengers accompanying Governor Sununu on
                                                            Military Aircraft.             Memorandum. May 9, 1991

VII/26/8   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Peace Conference, Madrid. October 1991-November 1991

VII/26/9   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Peace Conference, Madrid. Guides compiled by Jordan Media                                                               Group and by American Israel Public Affairs Committee. 1991

VII/26/10 1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Operation Desert Storm. GAO Reports. 1991

VII/26/11 1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Operation Desert Storm. GAO Reports. 1991-1992

VII/26/12 1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. The State of the Union. Photograph, see: XV/1/26. January 28,                                                               1992

VII/27/1   1989-1993.George H. W. Bush. Office of the President-elect and Vice President-elect. Press                                                                  Schedules. Statements. Transcripts. November 1992-January                                                                  1993

VII/27/2   1993-1997. William J. Clinton.   Presidential Inaugural. January 1993

VII/27/3   1993-1997. William J. Clinton.   Inauguration Program. Photographs, see: XV/1/27. January 1993

VII/27/4   1993-1997. William J. Clinton.   Legal Defense Fund. List of Donors. February 3, 1995

VII/27/5   1993-1997. William J. Clinton.   Visit by His Holiness Pope John Paul II. Remarks. Statement.                                                                 Holy See Press Office Releases. October 4, 1995-October 8,                                                                  1995

VII/27/6   1993-1997. William J. Clinton.   Visit by His Holiness Pope John Paul II. Central Park, New York.                                                                         Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore. Programs. October 4,                                                               1995-October 8, 1995

VII/27/7   1993-1997. William J. Clinton.   Visit by His Holiness Pope John Paul II. Media Guide. October 4,                                                                        1995-October 8, 1995

VII/27/8   1993-1997. William J. Clinton.   Visit by His Holiness Pope John Paul II. Media Guide. October 4,                                                                        1995-October 8, 1995

VII/27/9   1993-1997. William J. Clinton.   Visit by His Holiness Pope John Paul II. Media Guide. October 4,                                                                        1995-October 8, 1995

 

 

VIII. Department of Education

Box 1-9

Lawrence M. O'Rourke served in the newly-created Department of Education during 1980 and 1981. The papers in this series are arranged in chronological order respecting Lawrence M. O'Rourke's original subject arrangement. Most documents relate to administrative matters, and to the activities of the Secretary, Shirley Hufstedler.

 

VIII/1/1    Department of Education Organization Act of 1979. 96th Congress, 1st Session. Senate. Report                          no. 96-49. March 27, 1979

VIII/1/2    Hufstedler, Shirley. Nomination Hearing. Newspaper Clippings. Photograph, see: XV/1/28. 1979-
             1981

VIII/1/3   Carpenter, Elizabeth. Fischer, Carl William. Gabusi, John B. Nominations. Hearing. February 18,               1980

VIII/1/4    Carpenter, Elizabeth. Scheduled Speeches. Article in "Texas Woman". 1980

VIII/1/5    Organization. 1979-1980

VIII/1/6    Telephone Directories. Expediter List. 1980

VIII/1/7    Annual Report. 1980

VIII/1/8    Office of Public Affairs. Organization. Memos. Reports. Charts. Notes. October 1979-April 1980

VIII/1/9    Office of Public Affairs. Organization. Memos. Reports. Charts. Notes. May 1980-September                  1980

VIII/2/1    Correspondence. Lawrence M. O'Rourke. February 1980-December 1980

VIII/2/2    Notes. Lawrence M. O'Rourke. April 1980-November 1980 + no date

VIII/2/3    Lawrence M. O’Rourke. New England Educators’ Conference, Boston. Speech. October 17,                     1980

VIII/2/4    Lawrence M. O’Rourke. U.S./Israel Colloquium. Memos. Correspondence. December 9, 1980-                 December 11, 1980

VIII/2/5    Note to Lawrence M. O’Rourke from OPA Staff. January 21, 1981

VIII/2/6    Hatch Act. Guidelines, Correspondence, Notes. June 1980–August 1980

VIII/2/7    Reagan – Kemp – Roth Proposal. Notes. Description. Speeches. no date

VIII/2/8    Nonpublic Education. Correspondence. Statistics. Notes. September 1980-October 1980

VIII/2/9    Federal Administration and Education. Papers. Policy Statements. May 1980-September 1980

VIII/2/10  Bilingual Education Program. Reports. Memo. Correspondence. Pamphlets. 1975-1980

VIII/2/11  Bilingual Education. Secondary Literature

VIII/2/12  Hispanic Consumer Education. August 1980-September 1980

VIII/3/1   Office of Planning and Budget. FY 1982 Budget Planning Meeting. Notes. May 12, 1980-May 13,                         1980

VIII/3/2   Office of Planning and Budget. FY 1982 Budget Planning Meeting. Conference Material, 1. May              12, 1980–May 13, 1980

VIII/3/3   Office of Planning and Budget. FY 1982 Budget Planning Meeting, Conference Material, 2. May              12, 1980–May 13, 1980

VIII/3/4   Office of Planning and Budget. FY 1982 Budget Planning Meeting. Conference Material, 3. May              12, 1980–May 13, 1980

VIII/3/5   Office of Planning and Budget. Materials for plenary budget review session. August 6, 1980

VIII/4/1   Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Office of Education. Publications Guidelines.                   1975–1979

VIII/4/2   Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Office of Education. Publications Guidelines.                   Correspondence, Notes. January 1980–July 1980

VIII/4/3   Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Office of Education/Department of Education.                  Office of Public Affairs. "American Education". Correspondence. Notes. Memos. September                      1979–July 1980

VIII/4/4   "American Education". March 1980-July 1980

VIII/4/5   "American Education". August 1980-February 1981

VIII/4/6   Office of Public Affairs. Speech Writing. Memos. Notes. May 1980–August 1980

VIII/5/1   Office of Public Affairs. Secretary’s Schedule. June 1980-January 1981

VIII/5/2   National Congress on Church-Related Colleges and Universities, February 2. Pennsylvania State                          Educational Association, Harrisburg, April 15.

             Oklahoma Baptist University, April 16. Memos. Notes. Statements. 1980

VIII/5/3   Radio and TV Recording. Secretary’s Statements. Memos. Notes. April 23, 1980

VIII/5/4   ED Day. Hirshhorn Museum. Stamp Design Unveiling. April 28, 1980

VIII/5/5   ED Day: A Salute to Learning. Press Releases. Program. Speeches. April 28, 1980-May 9, 1980

VIII/5/6   ED Day. National Press Club. May 1, 1980

VIII/5/7   ED Day. Secretary’s Schedule. Remarks. Speeches. May 6, 1980

VIII/5/8   ED Day. Brookings Institution, Public Policy Seminar. National Portrait Gallery. May 6, 1980

VIII/5/9   ED Day: A Salute to Learning. The White House. Secretary’s Schedule. Speeches. Program.                    May 7, 1980

VIII/5/10 ED Day. Dunbar Senior High School. College of William and Mary. Secretary’s Schedule. Notes.                         Memos. May 8, 1980

VIII/5/11 ED Day. Live Satellite Conference. Memos. Notes. Remarks. Speeches. May 9, 1980

VIII/6/1   Presidential Scholars. White House and George Washington University. June 30, 1980-July 1,                  1980

VIII/6/2   National Youth Science Camp. Draft for speech. July 2, 1980

VIII/6/3   NEA Convention, Los Angeles. Speeches by President Carter and the Secretary of Education.                 July 3, 1980-July 6, 1980

VIII/6/4   Women Lawyers / Women in Business. Draft outline of speech. July 1980

VIII/6/5   Push Excel, New Orleans, LA. Secretary’s Speech. Drafts. Notes. Documents. July 14, 1980-July                        19, 1980

VIII/6/6   National Alliance of Business. Secretary’s Speech. Drafts. Notes. July 17, 1980

VIII/6/7   Martha Keys. Swearing In. Secretary’s Speech. July 22, 1980

VIII/6/8   Sperling Breakfast Group. Interview. Notes. July 23, 1980

VIII/6/9   Pennsylvania State. Department of Education. Teleconference. Memos. Notes. July 24, 1980

VIII/6/10 Luncheon Meeting with 1980 White House Fellows. Visit to Gallaudet College. Notes. Memos.                  July 25, 1980

VIII/6/11 Ed Martin. Swearing In. July 30, 1980

VIII/6/12 Future Farmers of America. Secretary’s Speech. Memos. July 31, 1980

VIII/7/1   Education Commission of the States. Atlanta. Secretary’s Speech. Notes. Agenda. Background                          Material. August 1, 1980

VIII/7/2   Secretary’s Press Conference. Atlanta. Background Material. August 1, 1980

VIII/7/3   National Urban League, New York City. Notes. Memos. Secretary’s Speech. August 4, 1980

VIII/7/4   Cindy Brown. Swearing In. Secretary's Speech. August 4, 1980

VIII/7/5   Jewish Vocational Service and Community Workshop. Detroit. Notes. August 21, 1980-August                 22,1980

VIII/7/6   American Federation of Teachers (AFT). Detroit. Secretary’s Speech. Notes. Journal Articles.                   Newspaper Clippings. August 21, 1980-August 22, 1980

VIII/7/7   Public Affairs Speech-Writing Retreat. Roanoke, VA. Schedules. August 22, 1980-August 24,                   1980

VIII/7/8   Richmond Public School System. Richmond, VA. Background Information. Notes. Schedule.                  August 25, 1980

VIII/8/1   Secretary in Texas. Schedule, Speech at the Laguna Gloria Art Museum (Austin). September 6,                1980-September 7, 1980

VIII/8/2   Franklin, Boston, MA. Schedules. Programs. News Clippings. September 11, 1980

VIII/8/3   Stamp Day Ceremony. Franklin, MA/Tri-County Regional Vocational-Technical School. Memos.                Correspondence. Notes. September 12, 1980

VIII/8/4   Stamp Ceremony. Franklin, MA. Invitations. Notes. September 12, 1980

VIII/8/5   Stamp Ceremony. Franklin, MA. Secondary Literature. Misc. Material. September 12, 1980

VIII/8/6   Secretary’s Visit to Detroit. Schedules. Notes. Background Information. September 14-16, 1980

VIII/8/7   Wayne-Westland Community Schools. Wayne, MI. Notes. Correspondence. Background I                                   Information. September 15, 1980

VIII/8/8   International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers. Detroit, MI. Notes.                                                Correspondence. Secretary’s Speech. September 16, 1980

VIII/8/9   Back to School Rally. Schedule. Secretary’s Speech. September 17, 1980

VIII/8/10 Cleveland, OH, Wausau, WI. Schedules. Notes. Secretary’s Speech. September 19, 1980-                                   September 21, 1980

VIII/8/11 Cleveland, OH; Wausau, WI. Secondary Literature. September 19, 1980-September 21, 1980

VIII/8/12 National Invitational Conference on Worklife Education. Baltimore, MD. Memos. Notes.                            Secretary’s Speech. September 23, 1980

VIII/8/13 James B. Thomas Jr. Swearing In. Speeches. September 25, 1980

VIII/9/1   Leadership of the Philadelphia Jewish Community. Schedule. Secretary’s Speech. Misc. October                         5, 1980

XIII/9/2   Hunter College. Schedule. Secretary's Speech. October 8, 1980

VIII/9/3   American Council on Education. San Francisco. Schedules. Notes. Memos. Secretary’s Speech.                         October 9, 1980

VIII/9/4   Education Groups in Richland, WA and Seattle, WA. Talking Points. October 12, 1980

VIII/9/5   California, New Mexico, Texas. Secretary’s Schedule. Notes. Memos. October 19-23, 1980

VIII/9/6   Magazine Publishers Association. Palm Springs, CA. Memos. Notes. Secretary’s Speech.                       October 21, 1980

VIII/9/7   League of California Cities. Los Angeles. October 22, 1980

VIII/9/8   Texas. Secretary’s Schedules. Speeches. 1980, October 23-26, 1980

VIII/9/9   Sunday Breakfast Club, Philadelphia. Secretary’s Speech. Notes. January 7, 1981

 

 

IX. Gridiron Club

Box 1-6

The series contains meeting documents, correspondence and material relating to the club's activities. Many documents cover Lawrence M. O'Rourke's presidency in 1989.

 

IX/1/1    Free, James. The First 100 Years. A Casual Chronicle of the Gridiron Club. Washington, DC. The Gridiron Club. Journal Article about the Gridiron Club. Pennant, see Realia: XVI/5/6. 1985

IX/1/2    Meeting Notices. 1974-1976

IX/1/3    Meeting Notices. 1982. 1987-1988. 1990-1999

IX/1/4    Meeting Notices. 2000-2008

IX/1/5    United States Marine Band. American Federation of Musicians. Correspondence. Notes. 1975-     1977

IX/2/1    Annual List of Officers and Members. 1974. 1977-1994. 2003-2005

IX/2/2    Correspondence. 1973-1975. 1981-1987

IX/2/3    Correspondence. 1988

IX/2/4    Correspondence. 1989-1999

IX/2/5    Correspondence. 2000-2007

IX/2/6    Correspondence. Undated.

IX/2/7    The Gridiron Foundation. Minutes. Balance Sheets. Correspondence. 1987-1989

IX/2/8    Newspaper Clippings. 1985-2006

IX/3/1    Annual Dinners. Seating Charts. 1973-1975. 1981. 1984. 1986-1989

IX/3/2    Annual Dinners. Seating Charts. 1990-1999

IX/3/3    Annual Dinners. 2000-2006

IX/3/4    Annual Dinners. Dinner Schedules. 1987. 1989. 2002. 2004. 2008

IX/3/5    Annual Dinners. Menus. 1973. 1988-1989. 1991. 1995. 2000-2001. 2004-2005. 2007

IX/3/6    Annual Dinners. Miscellaneous Material. No date

IX/4/1    Annual Dinners. Rehearsal Books. 1973-1974

IX/4/2    Annual Dinners. Rehearsal Books. 1975. 1977

IX/4/3    Annual Dinners. Rehearsal Books. 1980-1984

IX/4/4    Annual Dinners. Rehearsal Books. 1985. 1987

IX/4/5    Annual Dinners. Rehearsal Books. 1988

IX/5/1    Annual Dinners. Rehearsal Books. 1990-1993

IX/5/2    Annual Dinners. Rehearsal Books. 1994-1995. 1997

IX/5/3    Annual Dinners. Rehearsal Books. 1998. 2000-2002

IX/5/4    Annual Dinners. Rehearsal Books. 2003-2006. 2008

IX/6/1    O'Rourke Presidency. Financial Information. 1989

IX/6/2    O'Rourke Presidency. Meeting Notices. Minutes. Correspondence. 1989

IX/6/3    O'Rourke Presidency. Annual Dinner, April 1. Meetings. Correspondence. 1989

IX/6/4    O'Rourke Presidency. Annual Dinner, April 1. Guest list. Invitations. Acceptance Letters.
            Thank-you letters. 1989

IX/6/5    O'Rourke Presidency. Annual Dinner, April 1. Program. Menu. Schedule. Rehearsal Book. 1989

IX/6/6    O'Rourke Presidency. Annual Dinner, April 1. Speech by President George Bush. 1989

IX/6/7    O'Rourke Presidency. Annual Dinner, April 1. Entertainment Planning. 1989

IX/6/8    O'Rourke Presidency. Annual Dinner, April 1. O'Rourke Family Schedule. 1989

IX/6/9    O'Rourke Presidency. Gridiron Weekend, March 31-April 2. Invitations 1989

IX/6/10  O'Rourke Presidency. Dinner hosted by Mr. Joseph Pulitzer honoring the Gridiron Club    Presidency of Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Invitations. Guest list. Planning Documents. March 31,                        1989

IX/6/11 O'Rourke Presidency. Winter Gridiron Dinner, December 2. Speeches. Menu. Rehearsal Book.     Correspondence. 1989

 

 

X. White House Correspondents' Association

Box 1

Most material relates to the Association's annual dinner. Correspondence and notes from 1976-1977 when Lawrence M. O'Rourke served as president of the Association.

 

X/1/1    Annual Dinner. Program. 1964. 1969-1971

X/1/2    Annual Dinner. Program. 1972-1977

X/1/3    Annual Dinner. Program. 1981-1982. 1985. 1989. 1991

X/1/4    Lawrence M. O'Rourke, President, May 1976-1977. Correspondence. Notes. 1976

X/1/5    Lawrence M. O'Rourke, President, May 1976-May 1977. Annual Dinner. Notes. Speech. Seating                Charts. Newspaper Clipping. South Phila. String Band Badge with Ribbons. 1977

X/1/6    Photographs, see: XV/1/29

 

 

XI. Other Professional Activities

Box 1-5 

Arranged in chronological order according to the Lawrence M. O'Rourke's activities. The series contains the following journals edited by Lawrence M. O'Rourke: "White House Weekly" (1981-1982), "Health Education Reports" (1981-2001), and "The American Teacher" (1983 and 1985).

 

XI/1/1    Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Lawrence M. O'Rourke, Consultant.         Reports. 1981

XI/1/2    Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Lawrence M. O'Rourke, Consultant.         Drafts for Speeches. 1981

XI/1/3    Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Lawrence M. O'Rourke, Consultant.         Writings. 1981

XI/1/4    Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Correspondence.         1983-2006

XI/1/5    Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Visiting Fellowships:                Wilmington College, OH, 1984; Mercy College, NY, 1985;

            University of Evansville, IN, 1986; Whitman College, WA, 1990; Longwood College, VA, 1991;      Erskine College, SC, 1996. Realia, see: XVI/5/2. 1984-1996

XI/1/6    Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Visiting Fellowships:    Central College, IA, 2002. Bethany College, WV, 2004.

XI/1/7    Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Visiting Fellowship.     Flagler College, FL. 2001. 2007-2008

XI/1/8    Speaking Engagements. National Young Leaders Conference, 1994-2001. Global Young Leaders             Conference, 1999-2002. Congressional Youth Leadership Council, 1996-1999.

            Association of Perioperative Registered Nurses, 2002. Schedules. Correspondence. 1994-2002

XI/2/1    "White House Weekly." A Feistritzer Publication. Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. January 1981-     May 1981

XI/2/2    "White House Weekly." A Feistritzer Publication. Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. June 1981-          December 1981

XI/2/3    "White House Weekly." A Feistritzer Publication. Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. January 1982-     June 1982.

XI/2/4    "White House Weekly." A Feistritzer Publication. Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. July 1982-           December 1982

XI/2/5    "The American Teacher." Editor and Publisher: C. Emily Feistritzer. Assistant Editor: Lawrence M.             O'Rourke. 1983. Feistritzer, C. Emily.

            Cheating our Children. Ed. by Warren Rogers and Lawrence M. O'Rourke, 1985.

XI/3/1    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 3-Vol. 4. January 15, 1981-         January 13, 1983

XI/3/2    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 5-Vol. 6. January 27, 1983-         December 13, 1984

XI/3/3    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 7-Vol. 8. January 10, 1985-Dece

XI/3/4    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 9-Vol. 10. December 8, 1988

XI/4/1    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 11-Vol. 12. January 5, 1989-       December 20, 1990

XI/4/2    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 13-Vol. 14. December 19, 1991-  December 3, 1992

XI/4/3    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 15-Vol. 16. January 14, 1993-     December 15, 1994

XI/4/4    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 17-Vol. 18." January 12, 1995-    December 12, 1996

XI/5/1    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 19-Vol. 20. January 9, 1997-       December 10, 1998

XI/5/2    "Health Education Reports." Editor: Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Vol. 21-Vol. 23. January 7, 1999-       January 22, 2001

 

 

XII. White House. Office of the Press Secretary. Press Releases.

Box 1-6

Copies of press releases issued by the Office of the Press Secretary, White House. Filed in chronological order.

 

XII/1/1   Press Releases. 1969-1971

XII/1/2   Press Releases. Presidents Nixon's Trip to China. February 1972

XII/1/3   Press Releases. May 1972

XII/1/4   Press Releases. September 1972-November 1972

XII/1/5   Press Releases. January 1973-June 1973

XII/1/6   Press Releases. July 1973-December 1973

XII/2/1   Press Releases. January 1974-June 1974

XII/2/2   Press Releases. July 1974

XII/2/3   Press Releases. August 1974-September 1974

XII/2/4   Press Releases. October 1974

XII/2/5   Press Releases. November 1974-December 1974

XII/3/1   Press Releases. April 1975

XII/3/2   Press Releases. May 1975-June 1975

XII/3/3   Press Releases. July 1975-August 1975

XII/3/4   Press Releases. September 1975-November 1975

XII/3/5   Press Releases. January 1976

XII/3/6   Press Releases. February 1976

XII/4/1   Press Releases. March 1976

XII/4/2   Press Releases. May 1976-June 1976

XII/4/3   Press Releases. July 1976-August 1976

XII/4/4   Press Releases. September 1976-October 9, 1976

XII/4/5   Press Releases. October 22, 1976-October 25, 1976

XII/4/6   Press Releases. October 26, 1976-November 1, 1976

XII/5/1   Press Releases. 1977-1979

XII/5/2   Press Releases. 1983-June 1984

XII/5/3   Press Releases. July 1984

XII/5/4   Press Releases. August 1984-September 1984

XII/5/5   Press Releases. October 1984-December 1984

XII/6/1   Press Releases. 1985

XII/6/2   Press Releases. 1987

XII/6/3   Press Releases. 1988-1989

XII/6/4   Press Releases. February 1990-June 1990

XII/6/5   Press Releases. July 1990-November 1991

 

 

XIII. Pool Reports

Box 1-5

The pool reports are filed in chronological order. Boxes 3-4 contain pool reports covering the Persian Gulf War from January 1991 to February 1991. Lawrence M. O'Rourke reported from the Persian Gulf in this period.

 

XIII/1/1 Pool Reports. 1970-1971

XIII/1/2  Pool Reports. 1972

XIII/1/3  Pool Reports. 1973

XIII/1/4 Pool Reports. February 1974-June 19, 1974

XIII/1/5 Pool Reports. June 26, 1974-August 1974

XIII/1/6  Pool Reports. September 1974-November 5, 1974

XIII/1/7 Pool Reports. November 17, 1974-November 24, 1974

XIII/1/8 Pool Reports. April 1975-May 1975

XIII/1/9 Pool Reports. My 28, 1975-June 3, 1975

XIII/1/10 Pool Reports. July 1975-August 1975

XIII/1/11 Pool Reports. September 1975

XIII/1/12 Pool Reports. January 1976-June 1976

XIII/2/1 Pool Reports. August 1976-November 1976

XIII/2/2 Pool Reports. January 1977-February 1977

XIII/2/3 Pool Reports. 1978-1979

XIII/2/4 Pool Reports. 1984

XIII/2/5 Pool Reports. 1985-1988

XIII/2/6 Pool Reports. January 1989-July 1989

XIII/2/7 Pool Reports. July 1989-December 1989

XIII/2/8 Pool Reports. 1990

XIII/3/1 Pool Reports. 1-50. Persian Gulf War. January 1991

XIII/3/2 Pool Reports. 51-100. Persian Gulf War. January 1991

XIII/3/3 Pool Reports. 101-150. Persian Gulf War. January 1991

XIII/3/4 Pool Reports. 151-200. Persian Gulf War. January 1991

XIII/3/5 Pool Reports. 201-250. Persian Gulf War. January 1991

XIII/3/6  Pool Reports. 251-300. Persian Gulf War. January 1991

XIII/3/7 Pool Reports. 301-350. Persian Gulf War. January 1991

XIII/3/8 Pool Reports. 351-400. Persian Gulf War. January 1991

XIII/4/1 Pool Reports. 401-450. Persian Gulf War. January 1991

XIII/4/2 Pool Reports. 451-489. Persian Gulf War. February 1991

XIII/4/3 Pool Reports. 490-450. Persian Gulf War. February 1991

XIII/4/4 Pool Reports. 551-600. Persian Gulf War. February 1991

XIII/4/5  Pool Reports. 601-650. Persian Gulf War. February 1991

XIII/4/6 Pool Reports. 651-700. Persian Gulf War. February 1991

XIII/4/7 Pool Reports. 701-750. Persian Gulf War. February 1991

XIII/4/8 Pool Reports. 751-830. Persian Gulf War. February 1991

XIII/5/1 Pool Reports. 1991-1993

XIII/5/2 Pool Reports. no date

 

 

XIV. Miscellaneous

Box 1-2

Miscellaneous documents reflecting Lawrence M. O'Rourke's activities and interests.

 

XIV/1/1             Civil Rights. Press Releases. Newsletters. Newspaper Clippings. Speeches. 1964

XIV/1/2             White House Conference "To Fulfill These Rights". Reports. Recommendations. List of    Participants. June 1, 1966-June 2, 1966

XIV/1/3             Joseph, Theodore Y. "Attitudes of White House Newsmen and Administration Officials toward     Background Briefings." A thesis...for the degree of Master of Arts. 1972

XIV/1/4             News Industry. Studies. Reports. 1975-1996

XIV/1/5             News Industry. Magazine Articles. Newspaper Clippings. 1990's

XIV/1/6 News Industry. AP Wire Reports. 1990's

XIV/2/1             Northern Ireland. Trips by Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Itineraries. Programs. Contacts. Memorabilia.             Photographs, see: XV/1/30. 1987. 1995

XIV/2/2             Northern Ireland. Background Material. 1977-1980

XIV/2/3             Northern Ireland. Background Material. 1985-1997

XIV/2/4             Northern Ireland. Background Material. 1998

XIV/2/5             Northern Ireland. Letters from J. P. McGreevy to the Editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer and the     Bulletin. 1972-1979

XIV/2/6             Gaeltarra Eireann Controversy. Newspaper Clippings. Business Documents. Letters. 1978-1979

 

 

XV. Photographs

Box 1

 

XV/1/1  Lawrence M. O'Rourke. 3 photographs. (I/1/1). no date

XV/1/2 Richardson Dilworth. Hubert and Muriel Buck Humphrey. Muriel Buck Humphrey. Oliver North.      John Spratt. Rudolph Giuliani. Berlin Wall, Nov.9, 1989. Berlin, Oct. 3, 1990. 1956-1990

XV/1/3  George Bush. Barbara Bush. Bush Family. (VI/6/9).

XV/1/4 1988 Republican Presidential Candidates. (VI/9/6). 1984-1988

XV/1/5 Bill Clinton. (VI/10/5). 1992

XV/1/6 Rick Santorum (VI/13/4). 1994

XV/1/7 Richard Nixon. Trip to China. 2 photographs. (VII/3/6). 1 oversize photograph, see: XVI/2/1

XV/1/8 Iran. (VII/4/8)

XV/1/9 Richard M. Nixon and Patricia Nixon. (VII/5/10). 1969-1973

XV/1/10 Arthur V. Sampson. Administrator. General Services Administration. (VII/6/7). 1973

XV/1/11 Cedars of Lebanon Health Care Center. Miami, FL. S.K. Bronstein, President of Cedars of          Lebanon Hospital (?). (VII/6/9). 1974

XV/1/11a  Huntsville, Al. (VII/6/10) February 18, 1974

XV/1/12            Richard M. Nixon. Trip to Jordan. (VII/7/7). June 17, 1974

XV/1/13 President and Mrs. Ford. President and Mrs. Ford and Family. President Ford and Members of   Congress. (VII/12/1)

XV/1/14 Japan. His Majesty the Emperor and his Family. Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka, Foreign   Minister             Toshio Kimura. (VII/12/6) no date

XV/1/15            Unidentified. (VII/12/9). no date

XV/1/16 Walter Scheel, Dr. Mildred Scheel, Gerald R. Ford, Betty Ford. Walter Scheel. Dr. Mildred           Scheel.             Helmut Schmidt. Hannelore Schmidt.

            Hans-Dietrich Genscher. Villa Hammerschmidt. Palais Schaumburg. Bonn town hall. Castle          Gymnich. Gerald R. Ford (2). (VII/13/5). 1975

XV/1/17            President Jimmy Carter. Vice President Walter F. Mondale. (VII/16/2). 1977? no date

XV/1/18 Vice President Walter F. Mondale and Chancellor Helmut Schmidt. (VII/16/5). 1977?

XV/1/19 Moshe Dayan, Yitzhak Rabin, and Uzi Narkiss at the Lion's Gate, Jerusalem (copy of 1967          photo.) (VII/17/6). May 1978

XV/1/21            Gulf Cooperation Council. 19 slides compliments of Ministry of Information, Kingdom of Saudi   Arabia. (VII/19/1). 1981

XV/1/22            Persian Gulf War. Lawrence M. O'Rourke. 7 Photographs. (VII/26). November 1990-February        1991

XV/1/23            Persian Gulf War. President Bush in Dhahran Airport, Saudi Arabia. 8 Photographs. (VII/26).         November 1990.

XV/1/20 Patricia Roberts Harris, Secretary, HUD. (VII/17/10). no date

XV/1/24 Persian Gulf War. 32 Photographs. (VII/26). November 1990-December 1990

XV/1/25 Persian Gulf War. 33 Photographs. (VII/26). January 1991-February 1991

XV/1/26 President George H. W. Bush and Mrs. Barbara Bush. (VII/26/12). no date

XV/1/27 Bill Clinton. Al Gore. (VII/27/3). no date

XV/1/28 Hofstedler, Shirley. (VIII/1/2). no date

XV/1/29 White House Correspondents' Association. Dinner. Lawrence M. O'Rourke and unidentied                       persons. 4 Photographs. (X/1/6). No date

XV/1/30 Northern Ireland. 7 Photographs. Copyright Ireland Tourist Board. (XIV/2/1)

 

 

XVI. Realia

Box 1-9

 

XVI/1/1   Black briefcase. Richard M. Nixon. Bermuda meeting. (VII/2/4) 1971

XVI/1/2   Blue travel bag. Richard M. Nixon. Trip to China. (VII/3/6). 1972

XVI/1/3   Black briefcase. Richard M. Nixon. Trip to Iran. (VII/4/9) 1972

XVI/2/1   Oversize photograph. Richard M. Nixon. Trip to China. (VII/3/5). 1972

XVI/2/2   The Evening Bulletin, 21 February, 1972. The Chicago Tribune, 23 February, 1972 - 23                               February, 1972. Chicago San Jual Al Dia, 1 Marzo, 1972 - 7 Marzo, 1972. (VII/3/5)

XVI/2/3   The Evening Bulletin. August 5-9, 12, 19-21, 23-24. (VII/10/2). 1972

XVI/3/1   Black briefcase. Gerald R. Ford. Trip to Korea. (VII/12/9). 1974

XVI/3/2   Blue Travel Bag. PAN AM/White House Press. No date

XVI/3/3   White Canvas Bag. Heartland Special/Reagan-Bush '84. (VI/8/1) 1984

XVI/3/4   Travel Bag. Ronald Reagan. Trip to the Toronto Economic Summit. (VII/22/8). 1988

XVI/4/1   Black Garment Bag/White House Press. No date

XVI/4/2   Red Canvas Bag. Democratic National Convention/CNN. (VI/11/1) 1992

XVI/4/3   Red Canvas Bag. Democratic National Convention/C-Span. (VI/15/6). 2000

XVI/4/4   Blue Canvas Bag. Republican National Convention/Verizon. (VI/15/5). 2000

XVI/4/5   Paraphernalia. Republican National Convention. (VI/15/5). 2000

XVI/5/1   Certificate to Larry O'Rourke for participation in the Presidential Visit...(VII/4/7). 1972

XVI/5/2   Posters advertising Lawrence M. O'Rourke's Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Lectures. 1986

XVI/5/3   Holiday Greeting signed by Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton. (I/2/7). 1997

XVI/5/4   Poster. Republican National Convention. (VI/9/4). 1988

XVI/5/5   Cartoon. Pencil Drawing of Lawrence M. O'Rourke et al. Signed: Engelhardt, St. Louis Post-                  Dispatch. (I/2/4) 1989

XVI/5/6   Pennant. Gridiron Circus. (IX/1/1). No date

XVI/6      Paraphernalia. Presidential Campaigns. 1996

XVI/7     1 Portable Computer

XVI/8     Portable Typewriter. Used on trip to China in 1972. (VII/3/6)

XVI/9     Steven Forbes 2000. 9 Video Cassettes + 1 DVD. 2000

 

 

XVII. Books

Books in order as packaged by Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Shelved on 5th floor, Old Falvey, Special Collections Area. 

 

 

Hearings. H.R. 93rd Congress:

1.1   Book 1    Events prior to the Watergate break-in - Dec.2,1971-Jun.17, 1972 

1.2   Book 1    Events prior to the Watergate break-in – June 19,1972-Mar.1, 1974

1.3   Book II   Events following the Watergate break-in. - June 17, 1972 – Feb. 9, 1973

1.4   Book II   Department of Justice – ITT litigation

1.5   Book III, pt. 1  Events following the Watergate break-in. June 20, 1972 – Mar. 22, 1973

1.6   Book III, pt. 2  Events following the Watergate Break-in. June 20, 1972 – Mar. 22, 1973

1.7   Book III   Political contributions by milk producers cooperatives  May – June 1974

1.8   Book IV, pt. 1 Events following the Watergate break-in. Mar. 22, 1973 – April 30, 1973

1.9   Book IV, pt. 2  Events following the Watergate break-in.  Mar. 22, 1973 – April 30, 1973

1.10  Book IV, pt. 3  Events following the Watergate break-in.  Mar. 22, 1973 – April 30, 1973

1.11  Book IV   White House surveillance activities

1.12  Book V, pt. 1 Dept. of Justice/ITT litigation- Richard Kleindienst nomination hearings

1.13  Book VI  Political contributions by milk producer, Pt. 1

1.14  Book VI  Political contributions by milk producers cooperatives, Pt. 2 

1.15  Book VII  White House surveillance activities and campaign activities, Pt. 1

1.16  Book VII  White House surveillance activities and campaign activities, Pt. 2

1.17  Book VII  White House surveillance activities and campaign activities, Pt. 3

1.18  Book VII  White House surveillance activities and campaign activities, Pt. 4

1.19  Book VIII  Internal Revenue Service

1.20  Book IX  Watergate Special Prosecutors. Judiciary Committee’s Impeachment, Pt. 1 Inquiry,
        April 30, 1973 – July 1, 1974.

1.21  Book IX  Watergate Special Prosecutors. Judiciary Committee’s Impeachment, Pt. 2 Inquiry,
        April 30, 1973 – July 1, 1974.

 

1.22      Submission of recorded conversations to the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of           Representatives by President Richard Nixon. April 30, 1974.  (1308 p.)

1.23      Special Prosecution Force.  Report. October, 1975

1.24      Dobrovir, William A. The Offenses of Richard M. Nixon: A Guide for the People of the United         States; Bribery, and Other High Crimes and Misdemeanors. Washington: Public Issues Press,             1974.         

1.25      Winter, Ralph K. Watergate and the Law; Political Campaigns and Presidential Power.
            Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1974.                                                                                             

1.26      Gardner, Gerald C. Gerald Gardner's The Watergate Follies. New York: Bantam Books,       

            1973.

1.27      Washington Post Writers Group. Year of Scandal; How the Washington Post Covered

            Watergate and the Agnew Crisis. Washington: Washington post, 1973.
1.28      Black, Charles L. Impeachment; a Handbook. A Yale fastback, 14. New Haven: Yale University
            Press, 1974.                            

1.29      Presidential Campaign Activities of 1972, Senate Resolution 60; Watergate

           and Related Activities. Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Off, 1973. Book 1-10, 12.

1.30      Impeachment; Selected Materials. Ninety-Third Congress, First Session.

            Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Off, 1973.

1.31      United States of America, Petitioner, V. Richard M. Nixon, President of the

            United States, Et Al., Respondents. Richard M. Nixon, President of the United States, Cross

            Petitioner, V. United States of America Respondent. On Writs of Certiorari to the United States

            Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Brief for the Respondent, Cross-

            Petitioner Richard M. Nixon, President of the United States. Washington, D.C.: The White

            House 1973.

1.32      Hinds, Asher C., and Clarence Cannon. Impeachment: Selected Materials on Procedure.
            Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Secon Session
.

            Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Off, 1974.

1.34      Examination of President Nixon's Tax Returns for 1969 Through 1972. Washington: U.S. Govt.      Print. Off, 1974.

1.35      Draft of Final Report. Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Office, 1974. Pt. 1-3.

1.36       Forbes, Steve. A New Birth of Freedom: Vision for America. Washington, D.C.: Regnery,             1999.

 

2.1       Feistritzer, C. Emily. The American Teacher. Washington, D.C.: Feistritzer Publications, 1983.

2.2       Feistritzer, C. Emily, Warren Rogers, and Lawrence M. O'Rourke. Cheating Our Children: Why       We Need School Reform. Washington, D.C.:

            National Center for Education Information, 1985.

2.3        Von Euler, Mary, and Gail Lambers. The Catholic Community and the Integration of Public and       Catholic Schools: Papers from a Conference. Washington:

            U.S. Dept. of Health, Education   and Welfare, National Institute of Education, 1979.

2.4        Coleman, James Samuel, Sara D. Kelly, and John A. Moore. Trends in School Segregation, 1968- 73. Washington: Urban Institute, 1975.

2.5        Symposium on School Desegregation and White Flight, Reynolds Farley, and Gary Orfield.         Symposium on School Desegregation and White Flight, August, 1975: [Papers]. S1: s.n. 1975. 

2.6        Espenshade, Thomas J. The Value and Cost of Children. Population Bulletin, 32, no. 1.    Washington: Population Reference Bureau, 1977. 

2.7        Steiner, Gilbert Y., and Pauline H. Milius. The Children's Cause. Washington: Brookings   Institution, 1976. 

2.8        United States Commission on Civil Rights. Fulfilling the Letter and Spirit of the Law:          Desegregation of the Nation's Public Schools : a Report of the United States Commission on
     Civil Rights .
[Washington]:  The Commission, 1976. 

2.9        United States, and Neil H. McElroy. Schools, People & Money: the Need for Educational Reform;            Final Report. 1972.                                                                                                                                         

2.10      Washington Research Project.  School Suspensions: Are They Helping Children? : a Report.          [Washington, D. C]:  Washington Research Project, 1975.

2.11      Washington Research Project. Children Out of School in America: A Report. [Washington]: The      Fund, 1974.

2.12     Washington Research Project. The Elementary and Secondary School Civil Rights Survey:            “Bureaucratic Balderdash" or the Cornerstone of Civil Rights Compliance in Public Schools?           An Analysis by the Children's Defense Fund of the Washington Research Project, Inc.      Washington: Children's Defense Fund, Washington Research Project, 1977.

2.13     Washington Research Project. Children in Adult Jails: A Report. Washington: The Fund, 1976.

2.14     United States. Equal Educational Opportunity: Hearings, Ninety-Second Congress, First Session.   Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Off, 1971. Part 9A:

            San Francisco and Berkeley, California 

2.15      Part 9B: San Francisco and Berkeley, Calif.- Appendix
2.16      Part 11: Status of school desegregation law
2.17      Part 12: Compensatory education and other alternatives in urban schools
2.18      Part 13: Quality and control of urban schools
2.19      Part 14:  State role in school desegregation: Pennsylvania
2.20      Part 15: Education in rural America
2.21      Part 16B:  Inequality in school finance
2.22      Part 18: Pupil transportation costs

 

3.1        Nixon, Richard M. Nixon on the Issues. New York: Nixon-Agnew Campaign Committee,  1968.

3.2        Nixon, Richard M. Nixon Speaks Out: Major Speeches and Statements. New York: Nixon- Agnew Committee, 1968.

 

4.1        Congressional Quarterly, inc, Marlyn Aycock, Mercer Cross, and Elder Witt. Watergate:                                     Chronology of a Crisis. Washington: Congressional Quarterly, 1975.

4.2       United States, Francis Ralph Valeo, and Richard D. Hupman. Factual Campaign Information.                             Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Off, 1968.

4.3       Congressional Quarterly, inc. President Ford: The Man and His Record. Washington:         Congressional Quarterly, Inc. 1974.

4.4       Congressional Quarterly, inc. Presidency 1974. Washington: Congressional Quarterly, 1975.

4.5       Hersey, John. The President. New York: Knopf, 1975.

4.6       Novak, Robert D. The Agony of the G.O.P. 1964. New York: Macmillan, 1965.

4.7       Ryan, William, and Desmond Guinness. The White House: An Architectural History. New York:     McGraw-Hill, 1980.

4.8        White House Historical Association. The White House; An Historic Guide. Washington, D.C.:        White House Historical Association, 1962.

5.1        McElroy, Richard L. James A. Garfield: His Life & Times : a Pictorial History. Canton, Ohio: Daring          Books, 1986.

5.2        Western Reserve Historical Society, and Joseph G. Brown.  “If Elected—“: Presidential Campaign            Memorabilia.  Cleveland, Ohio:  Western Reserve Historical Society, 1988.

5.3        Ginn, Rosemary.  The Delegate Selection Procedures for the Republican Party:  Part II: Progress             Report DO Committee. Denver: The Committee, 1971.

5.4        Congressional Quarterly, Inc. National Party Conventions, 1831-1984, Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly Inc., 1987.

5.5        Congressional Quarterly, Inc. and Mercer Cross.  Candidates ’76: Timely Reports to Keep                        Journalists, Scholars, and the Public Abreast of Developing Issues, Events, and Trends.  A      Contemporary affairs report.  Washington:  Congressional Quarterly, 1976.

5.6        Washington (D.C.). 1973 Presidential Inaugural. 1973.

5.7        ‘My Guys.’ A look at President Ford’s appointments. Washington: The American Conservative     Union, 1976.

5.8        The History of the Republican Party. 1854-1970. Washington: Republican National Committee,     1970.

5.9       Promise and Performance. An analysis of President Nixon’s first term of office. Washington:      Republican National Committee, 1970

5.10     President Nixon. Now more than ever. Target ’72. Sixty Days to Victory, a program for voter        identification & turnout.  Washington: Republican National Committee, [1972].

5.11     Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ), and Arnold R. Tompkins. Promises, Promises: An RNC Presidential Accountability Project. Washington: The Committee, 1977.

5.12     Brown, Peter. Minority Party: Why Democrats Face Defeat in 1992 and Beyond. Washington,        D.C.: Regnery Gateway, 1991.

5.13     Johnson, Haynes Bonner. Divided We Fall: Gambling with History in the Nineties. New York:         W.W. Norton, 1994.

5.14     Drew, Elizabeth. Portrait of an Election: The 1980 Presidential Campaign. New York: Simon and    Schuster, 1981.

5.15     Nyhan, David. The Duke: The Inside Story of a Political Phenomenon. New York, N.Y.: Warner      Books, 1988.

5.16     Nixon, Richard M. The Clearest Choice. 1972.

5.17     Democratic National Convention, and Kenneth Fulton. Democrats in Convention 1972; Official       Program for the Thirty-Sixth Quadrennial National Nominating Convention

            of the Democratic Party, July 10-13, 1972, Miami Beach, Florida. 1972.

5.18     Congressional Quarterly, inc, Mercer Cross, and Gail Bensinger. Candidates '72. 1971.

5.19     Congressional Quarterly, inc, and Mercer Cross. Congressional Quarterly Guide to the 1972           Elections. 1972.

5.20     Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ). Official Program, 30th Republican National Convention Miami       Beach, August, 1972. New York: Published under the supervision of Batten, Barton,
   Durstine & Osborn, for the 1972 Republican National Convention Arrangements Committee,         Washington, 1972.

5.21     Halper, Stefan A. The Ford Presidency: A Portrait of the First Two Years. Washington, D.C. The    Office], 1976.

5.22     Kondracke, Morton. Ford. [Washington]: Capitol Hill News Service, 1976.

5.23     Ford, Gerald R. A Discussion with Gerald R. Ford: The American Presidency : Held on March 25,   1977 at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, Washington,
   D.C
. Studies in political and social processes. Washington: The Institute, 1977.

5.24     Collins, Paul. Gerald R. Ford: A Man in Perspective : As Portrayed in the Gerald R. Ford Mural by Paul Collins. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1976.

5.25     Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ), Democratic Party, and Congressional Quarterly, inc. The            Presidential Nominating Conventions, 1968. Washington: Congressional Quarterly Service,
   1968.

5.26     Republican National Committee (U.S.). The Process of Delegate Selection for the Republican        National Convention of 1968. 1968.

5.27     Nixon, Richard M. Nixon: the First Year of His Presidency. Washington: Congressional Quarterly, 1970.

5.28     Nixon, Richard M. Nixon: the Second Year of His Presidency. Washington: Congressional             Quarterly, 1971.

5.29     Nixon, Richard M. Nixon, the Third Year of His Presidency. Washington: Congressional Quarterly,             1972.

5.30     Nixon, Richard M. Nixon; the Fourth Year of His Presidency. Washington: Congressional Quarterly, 1973.

5.31     Nixon, Richard M. Nixon: the Fifth Year of His Presidency. Washington: Congressional Quarterly, 1974.

5.32     Kochmann, Rachel M. Presidents: A Pictorial Guide to the Presidents Birthplaces, Homes, and      Burial Sites. Osage, Minn: Osage Publications], 1989.

6.1        United States. Pentagon Rules on Media Access to the Persian Gulf War: Hearing Before the       Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Second Congress,

            First Session, February 20, 1991. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1991.

6.2        Le Royaume d'Arabie Saoudite: histoire, civilisation et de?veloppement. Riyadh: National Offset   Printing Press, 1991.       .

6.3        Khadduri, Majid, and Edmund Ghareeb. War in the Gulf, 1990-91: The Iraq-Kuwait Conflict and Its             Implications. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997.

6.4        Blackwell, James. Thunder in the Desert: The Strategy and Tactics of the Persian Gulf War. New York: Bantam Books, 1991.

6.5        Sasson, Jean P. The Rape of Kuwait: The True Story of Iraqi Atrocities against a Civilian Population. New York: Knightsbridge Pub. Co, 1991.

6.6        National Institutes of Health Technology Assessment Workshop. The Persian Gulf Experience      and Health: National Institutes of Health Technology Assessment Workshop Statement, April

            27-29, 1994. Technology assessment statements. Bethesda, MD (Bethesda 20892-9120): U.S.     Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health,  

            Office of Medical Applications of Research, 1994.     

6.7        Witness to War: Images from the Persian Gulf War. Los Angeles: Los Angeles Times, 1991.

6.8        American-Arab Affairs. Number 35. Winter 1990-1991.

  

7.1        Abraham, Henry Julian. Justices and Presidents; A Political History of Appointments to the            Supreme Court. New York: Oxford University Press, 1974.

7.2       Asch, Sidney H. The Supreme Court and Its Great Justices. New York: Arco, 1971. (2 copies)

7.3       Auerbach, Jerold S. Unequal Justice: Lawyers and Social Change in Modern America. New York:   Oxford University Press, 1976.

7.4       Bickel, Alexander M. The Supreme Court and the Idea of Progress. Oliver Wendell Holmes            Lectures, 1969. New York: Harper & Row, 1970.

7.5        Blackstone, William, and Robert Malcolm Kerr. Commentaries on the Laws of England: Of Public   Wrongs. Beacon series in classics of the law. Boston: Beacon Press, 1962.

7.6        Dunne, Gerald T. Hugo Black and the Judicial Revolution. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1977

7.7        Emerson, Thomas Irwin, David Haber, and Norman Dorsen. Political and Civil Rights in the United             States; A Collection of Legal and Related Materials. Boston: Little, Brown, 1967.

7.8        Fairman, Charles. History of the Supreme Court of the United States. Vol.6, Reconstruction and      Reunion, 1864-88. Part 1. New York: Macmillan, 1971. 

7.9        Fein, Bruce E. Significant Decisions of the Supreme Court, 1969-70 Term. AEI studies 413.           Washington, D.C.: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1970.

7.10      Fein, Bruce E. Significant Decisions of the Supreme Court 1971-72 Term. Washington: American   Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1972.

7.11      Fein, Bruce E. Significant Decisions of the Supreme Court, 1973-74 Term. Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1975.

7.12      Fein, Bruce E. Significant Decisions of the Supreme Court, 1974-75 Term.  Studies in legal Policy.             Washington:  American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1976.

7.13      Fein, Bruce E. Significant Decisions of the Supreme Court, 1975-76 Term. AIE Studies 183.           Washington:  American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1977.

7.14      Fein, Bruce E. Significant Decisions of the Supreme Court, 1976-77 Term. AIE Studies 187.           Washington:  American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1978.

7.15      Fein, Bruce E. Significant Decisions of the Supreme Court, 1977-78 Term. AIE Studies 257.           Washington:  American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1979

7.16      Frank, Jerome. Law and the Modern Mind.  New York:  Bretano’s 1930.

7.17      Freund, Paul A., and Julius Goebel. History of the Supreme Court of the United States. Vol. 1,       Antecedents and Beginnings to 1801. New York:  Macmillan, 1971.

7.18      Weaver, John Downing.  Warren, the Man, the court, the Era.  Boston: Little, Brown, 1967.

 

8.1        Acupuncture Anesthesia. Peking:  Foreign Languages Press, 1972.

8.2        American Council on World Freedom. Red China and Its American Friends; A Report on the Red    China Lobby. Washington:  American Council on World Freedom, 1971.

8.3        Antiquities Unearthed During the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution. S.l: s.n, 1970.

8.4        Asia Society. Normalization of U.S.-China Relations: A Collection of Documents and Press            Coverage. New York:  Distributed by China Council of the Asia Society, 1979.

8.5       Barnett, A. Doak. China's International Posture:  Signs of Change.  Washington, D.C.: China Council         of the Asia Society, 1982.

8.6       Bush, Richard Clarence. Teng Hsiao-P’ing Comes to Washington:  The Man and His Mission. New             York:  The China Council of the Asia Society, 1979.

8.7       Bohr, Paul Richard. Religion in the People's Republic of China: The Limits of Toleration. Washington,         D.C.: The China Council of the Asia Society, 1982.

8.8        Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and National Affairs, Inc. Foreign Policy. Washington,         etc:  Carnegie Endowment for International Peace., Number 10, Spring 1973.

8.9        Chen, Changfeng. On the Long March with Chairman Mao. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1972.          (2 copies).

8.10      Clough, Ralph N.Breaking New Ground: The Future of US-Taiwan Relations.[Washington, D.C.]     Distributed by the China Council of the Asia Society, 1979..       

8.11     Geography of China.  Peking:  Foreigh Languages Press, 1972.

8.12     Hinton, Harold C. The Bear at the Gate; Chinese Policymaking Under Soviet Pressure. AEI-Hoover            policy studies, 1. Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy

            Research, 1971.

8.13     Irresistible Historical Trend. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1971.

8.14     Mao, Zedong. Little Red Book, 1968. (IN CHINESE)> 

8.15     Mao, Zedong.  Quotations from Chairman Mao Tsetung. Peking: Foreign Language Press, 1972. 

8.16     Neilan, Edward, and Charles Richard Smith. The Future of the China Market: Prospects For Sino-  American Trade.   AEI-Hoover policy studies, 11. Washington: American Enterprise 

            Institute for Public Policy Research, 1974.

8.17     New Archaeological Finds in China; Discoveries During the Cultural Revolution. Peking: Foreign     Languages Press, 1972.

8.18      People of the World, Unite and Struggle for the Complete Prohibition and Through Destruction of     Nuclear Weapons! Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1971.

8.19      Politics '88: An Overview of the 1988 Presidential Campaign. Los Angeles, Calif: Los Angeles       Times, 1988.

8.20      Ridley, Charles P. China's Scientific Policies: Implications for International Cooperation AEI-          Hoover policy studies, 20. Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy

            Research, 1976.

8.21      Rowe, David Nelson. U.S. China Policy Today. Washington, D.C.: University Professors for         Academic Order, 1979.

8.22      Salisbury, Harrison E. Tiananmen Diary: Thirteen Days in June. Boston: Little, Brown, 1989.

8.23      Shirk, Susan L. The Politics of Education in Post-Mao China. [Washington, D.C.]: Distributed by   the China Council of the Asia Society, 1979.

8.24      Taylor, Robert L.  China Diary, One year after Mao’s death and the “smashing of the Gang of   4”.            1977.

8.25      Townsend, James R. The People's Republic of China: A Basic Handbook. New York: Pub. in         cooperation with the China Council of the Asia Society by the Council on International and
            Public Affairs, 1979.

8.26      Tse-Tung, Mao. Mao Tse-Tung on contradiction, 1965

8.27      Wiens, Thomas B. The Chinese Economy at a Turning Point. New York: Distributed by the China Council of the Asia Society, 1979.

8.28      Whiting, Allen Suess. Taiwan: Trends and Prospects. New York: Distributed by the China Council             of the Asia Society, 1978.
8.29      Yan, Changlin. In His Mind, a Million Bold Warriors: Reminiscences of the Life of Chairman Mao     Tsetung During the Northern Shensi Campaign. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1972.

 

9.1        Agentstvo pechati "Novosti.". On the "Lithuanian Problem": White Book. Moscow: [Novosti Press             Agency], 1990.        
9.2        Democracy in Germany: History and Perspective. Bonn: Press and Information Office of the         Federal Govt, 1985.

10.1      Aukofer, Frank, and William P. Lawrence. America's Team, the Odd Couple: A Report on the         Relationship between the Media and the Military. Nashville, TN: Freedom Forum First
            Amendment Center at Vanderbilt University, 1995.
10.2      Hume, Ellen. Tabloids, Talk Radio, and the Future of News: Technology's Impact on Journalism.    Washington, D.C. (1455 Pa. Ave., N.W., Washington 20004-1008): Annenberg
            Washington Program, Communications Policy Studies, Northwestern University, 1995.
10.3      Rosen, Jay, and Paul Taylor. The New News V. the Old News: The Press and Politics in the          1990s. Perspectives on the news. New York: Twentieth Century Fund Press, 1992.
10.4      Times Mirror Center for the People & the Press. The People, the Press & Their Leaders: 1995.      Washington, D.C.: Times Mirror Center for the People & the Press, 1995.
10.5      The Bulletin Almanac and Year Book. Philadelphia, Pa: The Evening Bulletin, 1958, 1962-1970,      1973, 1975-1976.

11.1      Cavanagh, Thomas E., and Lorn S. Foster. Jesse Jackson's Campaign: The Primaries and           Caucuses. Election '84 report, #2. Washington, D.C.: Joint Center for Political
            Studies, 1984.
11.2      NBC News. Decision 88: General Election Poll Results. New York, NY: NBC News, 1989.


12.1      O'Brien, Thomas. Crisis and Instability: The Philippines Enters the Nineties. Davao
            City, Philippines: Philippine International Forum, 1990.

13.1      Allen, Steven J., and Richard A. Viguerie. Lip Service: George Bush's 30-Year Battle with Conservatives. Chantilly, VA: CP Books, 1992.
13.2      Congressional Quarterly, Convention Guide. 1960.
13.3      Congressional Quarterly, Presidential '64. 1964.
13.4      Congressional Quarterly, Presidential '68. 1967.
13.5      Congressional Quarterly,  1964 Republican Convention, 1964.
13.6      Miller, Judith, and Laurie Mylroie. Saddam Hussein and the Crisis in the Gulf. New York: Times      Books, 1990.
13.7      The 1964 Elections: A Summary Report with Supporting Tables. Washington: The Committee,        1965.
13.8      Ripon Society, and Thomas P. Petri. Election '64; A Ripon Society Report. 1965.
13.9      United States, and Bill Clinton. A Vision of Change for America. [Washington]: Executive Office of            the President, Office of Management and Budget, 1993.

14.1      Abalkin, L. I. Changing Property Relations Will Strengthen Socialism. Moscow: Novosti, 1990.
14.2      Aluit, Alphonso J. The Galleon History of Corregidor. Manila: Galleon, 1986.
14.3      Armstrong, William L. The Constitution of the United States of America: With Supplementary         Material. Washington: The Committee, 1986.
14.4      Bolling, Landrum Rymer. Reporters Under Fire: U.S. Media Coverage of Conflicts in Lebanon and   Central America. Boulder [Colo.]: Westview Press, 1985.
14.5      Butterfield, Fox. China, Alive in the Bitter Sea. New York, N.Y.: Times Books, 1982.
14.6      Chesnoff, Richard Z., Larry Secrist, and Jeffrey Aas. Philippines. New York: Abrams, 1980.
14.7      Department of the Army. The Soldier's Guide. Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office,   1952.
14.8      Houston Economic Summit Host Committee, and Houston Economic Summit. The Economic      Summit: A Pictorial History of the Economic Summit of Industrialized
            Nations, 1975-1990 : Houston, 1990
. Charlottesville, Va: Thomasson-Grant, 1990.
14.9      Hunter, James Davison, and Os Guinness. Articles of Faith, Articles of Peace: The Religious        Liberty Clauses and the American Public Philosophy. Washington, D.C.:
           Brookings Institution, 1990.
14.10    Joaquin, Nick. The Aquinos of Tarlac: An Essay on History As Three Generations. Mandaluyong, Metro Manila: Cacho Hermanos, 1983.
14.11    Korea (South). Facts About Korea. Seoul, Republic of Korea: Korean Overseas Information          Service, 1991.
14.12    Lynn, Barry W., Marc D. Stern, and Oliver S. Thomas. The Right to Religious Liberty: The Basic    ACLU Guide to Religious Rights. An American Civil Liberties Union
           handbook. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1995.
14.13    Marciniak, Ed. Reclaiming the Inner City: Chicago's Near North Revitalization Confronts Cabrini-     Green. Washington, D.C.: National Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs, 1986.
14.14    Marcos, Ferdinand E. Toward a New Partnership: The Filipino Ideology. Manila, Philippines:          Marcos Foundation, 1983.
14.15    Recto, Claro M. Three Years of Enemy Occupation, The Issue of Political Collaboration in the        Philippines. Manila, Philippines: People's publishers, 1946.
14.16    Santa’s Workshop : Holidays at the White House 2002. Washington, DC: White House, 1997.
14,17    Serov, A. The Country and Its Peoples. Moscow: Novosti, 1989.
14.18    Splaine, John. The Road to the White House Since Television. [Washington, DC?]: National Cable            Satellite Corp, 1995.                                                                        
14.19    Toland, John. Battle, the Story of the Bulge. New York: Random House, 1959.
14.20    Turkey. Guide for the Press: Turkey. Ankara: Directorate General of Press and Information, 990.
14.21    United States. Report of the Congressional Committees Investigating the Iran-Contra Affair With     Supplemental, Minority, and Additional Views. Washington: U.S. House of
           Representatives Select Committee to Investigate Covert Arms Transactions with Iran, 1987.
14.22    United States. Technical Manual: Carpentry. Washington: War Dept, 1943.
14.23    Vor 25 Jahren: Präsident John F. Kennedy in Berlin.  Berlin:  Presse- und Informationsamt des      Landes Berlin, 1988.

15.1      Bush, George W. Renewing America's Purpose: Policy Addresses of George W. Bush, July 1999-  July 2000. [United States]: Republican National Committee, 2000.
15.2      Daughen, Joseph R., and Peter Binzen. The Cop Who Would Be King: Mayor Frank Rizzo.            Boston: Little, Brown, 1977.
15.3      Katz, Lee Michael. My Name Is Geraldine Ferraro: An Unauthorized Biography. New York, N. Y.:    New American Library, 1984.
15.4      Reichley, James. Elections American Style. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution, 1987..
15.5      Republican National Committee (U.S.). The Republican Platform, 2000 : Renewing America’s         Purpose Together.  Washington, D. C.:  The Committee, 2001.
15.6      Republic National Convention. Republican Platform: An American Vision : for Our Children and      Our Future.  S. 1 : s.n., 1988.
15.7      Republican Party. Republican Platform: America's Future Free and Secure. Dallas, TX: The           Committee, 1984.
15.8      Talbott, Strobe. The Russians and Reagan. New York: Vintage Books, 1984.
15.9      Reichley, James.  Religion in American Public Life.  Washington, D.C.:  Brookings Institution,       1985.

16.1      Copley News Service. Bob Dole's Not in Kansas Anymore. San Diego, CA: Copley News Service,             1996.
16.2      Martin, Roger, and Nolan Finley. The Journey of John Engler. West Bloomfield, MI:  Altwerger &   Mandel Pub, 1991.
16.3      McEnteer, James. Changing Lanes on the Inside Track: The Career Shuttle between Journalism,    Politics and Government. [Cambridge, Mass.]: Joan Shorenstein Barone
           
Center [on the] Press, Politics, and Public Policy, John F. Kennedy School of Government,        Harvard University, 1991.
16.4      Center for National Independence in Politics (U.S.). The Reporter's Source Book: Project Vote       Smart. [Oregon State University]: Center for National Independence in Politics, 1994.
16.5      Wolfson, Lewis W. Through the Revolving Door: Blurring the Line between the Press and   Government. [Cambridge, Mass.]: Joan Shorenstein Barone Center on the Press Politics
            and Public Policy, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 1991.

17.1      Bullard, Betty. What I Want to Know About Japan: Brief Answers to Questions Asked About Japan            by American Junior High School Students. New York, N.Y.: Japan
            Information Center, Consulate General of Japan at New York, 1991.
17.2      Essays on Japan from Japan 1. Inside the Japanese. 1983.
17.3      Feistritzer, C. Emily. The American Teacher. Washington, D.C.: Feistritzer Publications, 1983. (4   copies)
17.4      Fukutake, Tadashi. The Japanese Family. Tokyo: Foreign Press Center, Japan, 1981.
17.5      Kojima, Noboru, Masakazu Yamazaki, and Kanehisa Hoshino. Record of Press Briefings on the    Imperial Family. Tokyo, Japan: Foreign Press Center, Japan, 1989.
17.6      Leestma, Robert, and Cynthia Hearn Dorfman. Japanese Education Today = [Nihon Kyo?iku No      Genjo?]. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Education, 1987.
17.7      MacDonald, Charles Brown. A Time for Trumpets: The Untold Story of the Battle of the Bulge.       New York: Morrow, 1985.
17.8      Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress. Japan pictorial. Tokyo: Japan Graphic, Inc, 1989.

18.1      Hebblethwaite, Peter. Paul VI: The First Modern Pope. New York: Paulist Press, 1993.
18.2      Killian, Linda. The Freshmen: What Happened to the Republican Revolution? Boulder, CO:             Westview Press, 1998.
18.3      Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. 10 Year Report. 1973.
18.4      Mohr, Norma. Civil Writing: A Writing Guide for Staff Members of the Office for Civil Rights.                       Washington: Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office for Civil Rights, 1979.
18.5      Weigel, George. Witness to Hope: The Biography of Pope John Paul II. New York: Cliff Street       Books, 1999.

19.1      Bogatko, Sergei? A. The Five-Year Plan Alters the Map. Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Pub.       House, 1974.
19.2      Brzezinski, Zbigniew. "U.S. - Soviet Relations". 1973.
19.3      Congressional Quarterly, inc, Robert A. Diamond, and Arlene Alligood. China and U.S. Foreign     Policy. 1971.
19.4      Institut Soedinennykh Shtatov Ameriki (Akademii?a? nauk SSSR). Soviet-American Relations           Yesterday and Today. Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Pub. House, 1973.
19.5      Japan. Japan's Position in the World Economy: Illustrated in Charts and Graphs. [Tokyo]: Ministry             of Foreign Affairs, 1974.
19.6      Runkle, Scott F. An Introduction to Japanese History. [Tokyo]: Society for Educational Information           Press, 1974.
19.7      Stepunina, Svetlana. A Glimpse of Soviet Life. Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Pub. House, 1974.
19.8      United States. The United States-Japan Security Treaty and Related Documents. Tokyo:   American Embassy, 1968
19.9      Yemelyanov, Alexei. The Soviet village: past and present. Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Pub.   House.

20.1      Congressional Quarterly, inc, and Robert A. Diamond. The Middle East: U.S. Policy, Israel, Oil     and the Arabs. 1974.
20.2      Friends of the LBJ Library. LBJ: Images of a Vibrant Life. Austin: Friends of the LBJ Library, 1973.
20.3      Korea (South). Tunnel to Aggression. Korea policy series, no. 20. Seoul: Korean Overseas           Information Service, 1974.

21.1      Carter, Jimmy. Why Not the Best? New York: Bantam Books, 1976.
21.2      Presidential Studies Quarterly. [New York]: Center for the Study of the Presidency, 1974. v. 6,
            no. 1-2, 4, 1976, v. 7. no. 1-4 1977,  v. 8, 1-4, 1978, v. 9, no. 1-4, 1979, v. 11, no 1,4 1981, v. 12,
            no. 1, 1982.          .
21.3      Hupman, Richard D., and Robert L. Tienken. Nomination and Election of the President and Vice P resident of the United States: Including the Manner of Selecting Delegates to
        
   National Political Conventions Washington U.S. GPO, 1968.
21.4      Je?rusalem, Sainte-Anne. St. Anne's Jerusalem. Sainte-Marie de la Pierre-aui Vire, Yonne: Presses monastiques], 1963.
21.5      McGinness, Joe. The Selling of the President, 1968.  New York, Pocket Books, 1970.
21.6      McKinney, R. Kay. LBJ ... His Home and Heritage. San Angelo, Texas: Anchor Pub. Co, 1964.
21.7      Nixon, Richard M., and Richard M. Nixon. The White House Transcripts; Submission of Recorded Presidential Conversations to the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of
            Representatives by President Richard Nixon
. New York: Bantam Books, 1974.
21.8      Norton, Howard Melvin, and Bob Slosser. The Miracle of Jimmy Carter. Plainfield, N.J.: Logos     International, 1976.
21.9      Relyea, Harold, and Larry Berman. The Presidency and Information Policy. New York, N. Y :         Center, 1981.

22.1      American Foreign Policy Institute, and Z. Michael Szaz. The Impact of the Iranian Events Upon     Persian Gulf & United States Security. Studies on Middle East problems.
            Washington: The Institute, 1979.
22.2      Eidelberg, Paul. Sadat's Strategy. Americans for a safe Israel. [New York]: Americans for a Safe Israel, 1979
22.3      Forst, Siegmund. Shabbat shalom: seder zemirot Shabat ?im lek?et? minhagim u-midreshe H?azal : a handy guide through the Sabbath liturgy and rites. Yerushalayim: General
            Israel Orphans Home for Girls, 1981.
22.4      Israel. Answers to Unasked Questions. [Jerusalem]: Dept. of Information for Olim, 1976.
22.5      Israel. Guide for the Oleh = [Madrikh La-'oleh]. [Jerusalem]: Dept. of Information for Olim, 1976.
22.6      Kahn, Arthur, and Thomas F. Murray. The Palestinians: A Political Masquerade. New York:            Americans For a Safe Israel, 1977.
22.7      National Lawyers Guild. Treatment of Palestinians in Israeli-Occupied West Bank and Gaza:          Report of the National Lawyers Guild 1977 Middle East Delegation. New York:
            The Guild, 1978.
22.8      Schoenberg, Harris O. Legitimizing Terror: The Character of the PLO and Its Relationship to the     United Nations. [Washington, D.C.]: Public Affairs Division, B'nai Brith International,
            1978.
22.9      Sisco, Joseph J., and George W. Ball. Prospects for Peace in the Middle East: A Round Table     Held on September 26, 1977 and Sponsored by the American Enterprise Institute
           for Public Policy Research
. Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research,             1977.
22.10    United States. U.S. Economic Aid for the West Bank and Gaza--a Positive Contribution: Report.     [Washington]: General Accounting Office, 1978.
22.11   
United States. The U.S.-Saudi Arabian Joint Commission on Economic Cooperation: Report.          [Washington]:  General Accounting Office, 1979.

23.1     
Annagh ’89. Ballyhaunis Annual Magazine. Ballyhaunis: [1989].
23.2      Birnbaum, Philip. Daily prayer book = Ha-Siddur ha-Shalem. New York: Hebrew Pub. Co, 1995.
23.3      Dawidowicz, Lucy S. The War against the Jews, 1933-1945. New York: Bantam Books, 1976.
23.4      Diggin, Michael, and Peter Zoeller. Ireland: land and people. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 2005.
23.5      Enoch, Paul and Judith Cais.  Habet u-shema. Concord, Mass: Heinle & Heinle, 1971.
23.6      Foreign Service Institute (U.S.), Y. A. Raif, and Hanna Levinson. Hebrew Basic Course.    Washington: [For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.], 1965.
23.7      Glabinski, Stanislaw.  President Nixon’s 24 Hours in Warsaw.  Warsaw:  Interpress, 1972.
23.8      Golan, Matti. The Secret Conversations of Henry Kissinger: Step-by-Step Diplomacy in the            Middle-East. New York: Quadrangle/New York Times Book Co, 1976.
23.9      Hall, William W. A Far Cry. York, S.C. (P.O. Box 312, York 29745): W.W. Hall, 1997.
23.10    Ireland.  Facts About Ireland.  Dublin: Dept. of Foreign Affairs, 1995.
23.11    National Geographic Book Service. Everyday Life in Bible Times. The Story of man, 1.     [Washington]: National Geographic Society, 1976.
23.12    Pfeifer, Carl J., and Janaan Manternach. How to Be a Better Catechist: Answers to Questions       Catechists Ask Most. Kansas City, MO: Sheed & Ward, 1989.
23.13    Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. OECD Economic Surveys Ireland.     Paris: OECD., 1995.
23.14    Randal, Jonathan C. Going All the Way: Christian Warlords, Israeli Adventurers, and the War in     Lebanon. New York: Vintage Books, 1984
23.15    Rutland, Jonathan. Looking at Israel. London: Black, 1970.
23.16    Schram, Martin. Running for President: A Journal of the Carter Campaign. New York: Pocket          Books, 1976.
23.17    Shabbat Shalom: a handy guide through the Sabbath liturgy and rites. Jerusalem, Israel: General    Israel Orphans Home for Girls, 1981.
23.18    Stone, I. F. Underground to Palestine. New York: Pantheon Books, 1978.
23.19    Tolchin, Susan J. The Angry American: How Voter Rage Is Changing the Nation. Dilemmas in        American Pollitics. Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 1996.

24.1      Bennett, W. Lance. News, the Politics of Illusion. New York: Longman, 1988.
24.2      Brereton, Charles. First Step to the White House: The New Hampshire Primary, 1952-1980.            Hampton, NH: Wheelabrator Foundation, 1979.
24.3      Carter, Jimmy. The Blood of Abraham. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1985.
24.4      Collins, Larry, and Dominique Lapierre. O Jerusalem! New York: Pocket Books, 1973.
24.5      Elazar, Daniel Judah. The Camp David Framework for Peace: A Shift Toward Shared Rule.            Studies in foreign policy. Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public
            Policy Research, 1979.
24.6      Hess, Stephen. The Washington Reporters: Newswork. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution,   1981.
24.7      Hess, Stephen. Live from Capitol Hill!: Studies of Congress and the Media. Washington, D.C.: The             Brookings Institution, 1991.
24.8      Jacob K. Javits, 1904-1986. S.1: s.n., 1986.
24.9      Khalidi, Walid. Before Their Diaspora: A Photographic History of the Palestinians, 1876-1948.         Washington, D.C.: Institute for Palestine Studies, 1984.
24.10    Kollek, Teddy, and Amos Kollek. For Jerusalem: A Life. New York: Random House, 1978.
24.11    Mann, Thomas E., and Norman J. Ornstein. Congress, the Press, and the Public. Washington,      D.C.: American Enterprise Institute, 1994.
24.12    Meir, Golda. My Life. New York: Putnam, 1975
24.13    Moorhead, Alan.  The Blue Nile. New York:  Harper & Row, 1962.
24.14    Mohammed Reza Pahlevi, Shah of Iran. The White Revolution. [Tehran]: [Imperial Pahlavi             Library], 1967.
24.15    Morgenthau, Henry. Morgenthau Diary (Germany). Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Off, 1967.
24.16    National Archives (U.S.). Germany Surrenders Unconditionally. Facsimiles of the Documents.        Washington:  U.S. Govt. Print Off., 1945.
24.17    Povich, Elaine S. Partners & Adversaries: The Contentious Connection between Congress & the    Media. Arlington, Va: Freedom Forum, 1996.
24.18    Sadat in Jerusalem: Souvenir Album, November 19-21, 1977. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Post,  1977.
24.19    Sadat, Anwar.  In Search of Identity:  An Autobiography, New York:  Harper & Row, 1978.
24.20    Safran, Nadav. Israel, the Embattled Ally. Cambridge, Mass: Belknap Press, 1978
24.21    W. Turnowsky & Son. The Holocaust. Jerusalem: Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority,   1977.

25.1      Anti-Semitism. Jerusalem: Keter Pub. House, 1974.
25.2      Archaeology. Israel pocket library. Jerusalem: Keter Books, 1974.
25.3      Arlen, Michael J. Passage to Ararat. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1975.
25.4      Begin, Menachem. The Revolt. Jerusalem: Steimatzky's Agency, 1977.
25.5      Begin, Menachem. Who Is Menahem Begin?: A Documentary Sketch. Beirut: The Institute, 1977.
25.6      Bellow, Saul. To Jerusalem and Back: A Personal Account. New York: Viking Press, 1976.
25.7      Bet ha-yetomot ha-kelali (Jerusalem). The Passover Haggadah, with a guide for the Seder =           Hagadah shel Pesah?. New York: Shulsinger Bros, 1963.
25.8      Democracy.  Jerusalem:  Keter Books, 1974
25.9      Dennis-Jones, Harold. Israel.  Collins holiday guides, London:  Collins, 1970.
25.10    Economy. [Jerusalem]: Keter Books, 1973.
25.11    Education and Science. [Jerusalem]: Keter Books, 1974
25.12    Encyclopedia Judaica.  Society.  Jerusalem:  Keter Books, 1974.
25.13    Geography. [Jerusalem]: Keter Books, 1973
25.14    Ghareeb, Edmund. Split Vision: The Portrayal of Arabs in the American Media. Washington, D.C.:             American-Arab Affairs Council, 1983
25.15    Gilbert, Martin. Jerusalem, Illustrated History Atlas. London: M. Gilbert, 1977.
25.16    Harkabi, Yehoshafat. Palestinians and Israel. New York: Wiley, 1975
25.17    History Until 1880. [Jerusalem]: Keter Books, 1973.
25.18    Holocaust.  Jerusalem: Keter Books, 1974.
25.19    Immigration and Settlement. [Jerusalem]: Keter Books, 1973
25.20    Israel Pocket Library Cumulative Index: [for] V. 1-15 of the Israel Pocket Library. Jerusalem:          Keter, 1974.
25.21    Mendelsohn, Everett. A Compassionate Peace: A Future for the Middle East : a Report Prepared   for the American Friends Service Committee. New York: Hill and Wang, 1982.
25.22    Nakhleh, Emile A. The West Bank and Gaza: Toward the Making of a Palestinian State. Studies in             foreign policy. Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy
            Research, 1979.
25.23    Penniman, Howard Rae.  Israel at the Polls:  The Knesset Elections of 1977. Studies in political    and social processes.  Washington:  American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy
            Research, 1079.
25.24    Polk, William Roe. Backdrop to Tragedy:  The Struggle for Palestine.  Boston:  Beacon Press,      1957.
25.25    Religious Life and Communities.  Jerusalem: Keter Books, 1974.
25.26    Said, Edward W.  The Question of Palestine,  New York:  Times Books, 1980.
25.27    Schleifer, Abdullah.  The Fall of Jerusalem.  New York:  Monthly Review Press, 1972.
25.28   
Segev, Tom, and Arlen Neal Weinstein.  1949, The First Israelis.  New York:  Free Press, 1986.
25.29    Weizman, Ezer.  On Eagles’ Wings:  The Personal Story of the Leading Commander of the Israeli   Air Force.  New York:  MacMillan, 1977.
25.30    Zionism. Jerusalem, Israel:  Keter Books, 1973.

26.1      Haldeman, H. R., John D. Ehrlichman, Robert Charles Mardian, and John N. Mitchell. United         States of America V. Harry R. Haldeman, John D. Ehrlichman, Robert C. Mardian, John
           N. Mitchell, Appellants [on] Appeals from the United States District Court for the District of             Columbia:  (D.C.C. Crim No. 74-110), 1973.
26.2      Town Hall Meeting on National Security Policy, and Melvin R. Laird. The Nixon Doctrine: A Town   Hall Meeting, 1972.

 



 
             

 

 


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