Rep. Terry Everett Congressional Office Records

Rep. Terry Everett Congressional Office Records

Record Group 329

Table of Contents

Biography Scope/Content Note Series 1  Subject Files Series 2  Constituent Files Series 3  Media Files Series 4  Publications Series 5  Miscellaneous

Abstract

Member of the U.S. House 
of Representatives 
from Alabama's 2nd district 

In office
January 3, 1993 – January 3, 2009 
Born: February 15, 1937, Dothan, AL
Political Affiliation: Republican
Spouse: Barbara Pitts Everett
Military Service: USAF, 1955 - 1959
This collection documents the activities of Congressman Terry Everett (R-AL2) who represented southeast Alabama, 1993-2009. A conservative Republican, Mr. Everett was particularly interested in national security, armed forces, intelligence, agriculture, and veterans' affairs as demonstrated by his membership on House Committees and Subcommittees. He was also an active participant in the policy and politics of the era including the nation’s debt, annual deficits, the impeachment of President Clinton, the War in Afghanistan, the War in Iraq and the September 11, 2001, attack on American soil. The collection contains ca. 195 cubic feet of files from Mr. Everett's Washington, DC office, divided into five series, the most important of which are the Subject Files and the Constituent Files. 

Biographical Note

Table of Contents

  1. Service in USAF
  2. Journalist & Businessman
  3. Congressional Career
  4. Subcommittee on Strategic Forces
  5. Retirement
  6. Everett Committee Assignments
  7. References

Congressman Robert Terry Everett served as the representative of Alabama’s Second Congressional District from 1993 until 2009.  On September 26, 2007, Everett announced his intention to retire at the end of the 110th Congress after the 2008 elections. Everett was born on February 15, 1937, in Dothan, Alabama, the son of Bob and Thelma Everett.  He lived and attended school in Midland City, Alabama.

Service in USAF
Upon graduation from high school, Everett joined the U.S. Air Force May 31, 1955, and was assigned to the 6901st Special Communication Group of the U.S. Air Force Security Service (USAFSS) from 1955 to 1959.  He served as intelligence analyst for reconnaissance aircraft flights including the U-2 which, as a congressman, he protected from defunding.  Wikipedia notes that the “USAFSS was essentially the United States Air Force's cryptographic intelligence branch . . . It was created in October 1948 and operated until 1979 . . . and is currently called the Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency.  USAFSS was composed primarily of airmen culled from the cream of the Air Force's enlisted recruits (the top 1/2 of 1 percent), the USAFSS was a secretive and tight-knit branch of Air Force cold warriors tasked with monitoring, collecting and interpreting military voice and electronic signals of countries of interest.”1  These jobs required a top secret codeword clearance and Everett serving as an USAFSS analyst received his Top Secret clearance on February 14, 1956, and on December 15, 1958, his Crypto Codeword clearance.

The information collected in the field was usually sent via encrypted land-line and radio systems to USAFSS analysts who would interpret the data, format reports and send them on to the newly formed National Security Agency (NSA) or other recipients. The NSA shared these reports with all the government agencies involved in intelligence including every branch of the Armed services, the FBI, the CIA, and others. Many feel that if this kind of inter agency cooperation had existed in 2000, the plans for the 9/11 attacks would have been detected and the attacks prevented.

Journalist & Businessman
Everett began his three-decade career in journalism after leaving the Air Force.  He began as a reporter for The Dothan Eagle then became publisher and editor of The Graceville News and The Hartford News Herald.  In 1966, Everett and Barbara Pitts of Dothan pooled their resources to start weekly newspapers Down Home Today in Dothan and Daleville Today in Daleville.  The Everetts expanded their weeklies to include The Enterpriser and The Army Flier at Fort Rucker.  He later expanded into publishing dailies with The Daily Ledger in Enterprise and The Aurora Advertiser in Aurora, Missouri.  In 1983, the Everetts' business reached its peak when they founded Gulf Coast Media, and he became owner-publisher of The Baldwin Times, The Robertsdale Independent, The Fairhope Courier, The Foley Onlooker, The Gulf Shores Islander, The Spanish Fort Bulletin, and The Union Springs Herald.

The Everetts sold all of their newspaper holdings except The Union Springs Herald in1988, the same year Mrs. Everett received her MS in Counseling and Psychology from Troy State University Dothan.2   From 1986 to 1990, Mrs. Everett directed the Career Training Program for Displaced Homemakers and the Tutorial Assistance Program for High Risk College Students at Enterprise State Community College.  Later, the Everetts owned and operated Premium Homebuilders a residential construction company in Enterprise.3

By the late 1980s, Mr. Everett had become a prominent businessman and community leader in the Wiregrass.  He established Everett Land Development and served as president and chairman of the board of the Alabama Press Association, chairman of the board for Dothan Federal Savings Bank, president of the Daleville Chamber of Commerce, and member of the Environment Protection Commission for the Southeastern Region of the United States. 4

Congressional Career
In 1992, Everett ran as the Republican candidate for Alabama’s Second Congressional District, which includes part of Montgomery and stretches down to Dothan and the Wiregrass region.  After winning a rare Republican primary, he edged out his opponent, George C. Wallace Jr., by a margin of fewer than 4,000 votes.  Everett was reelected to seven terms after that, serving as congressman from 1993 to 2009.  Although his initial victory was narrow, he won later races with a high average of almost seventy percent.5

Agriculture is a major industry for Alabama's Second Congressional District, which is also home to three significant military installations – Maxwell Air Force Base, Gunter Air Force Base, and Fort Rucker.  As a new member of Congress, Everett won seats on the Armed Services, Agriculture, and Veterans Affairs Committees.6  Later he was one of a few members of the House of Representatives to serve on four full commit- tees when, after September 11, 2001, he was appointed to the House Permanent Select Panel on Intelligence.  Representing both his Armed Services and Intelligence Panel positions, he was a member of the first congressional delegation to visit Bagdad, Iraq, during the early stages of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Much of Everett's effectiveness occurred because of his activities on various subcommittees.  He chaired the Agricultural Specialty Crops Subcommittee that sought to protect the nation’s low cost food supply and to increase crop options for Wiregrass farmers.  He encouraged farmers to look beyond traditional row crops for additional income by growing such crops as Satsuma oranges, pecans, and blueberries.  He also chaired the Veteran Committee’s Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee that exposed abuse of burial wavers by politically-connected individuals to gain illegitimate interment at Arlington National Cemetery. 7

Subcommittee on Strategic Forces
Congressman Everett's most compelling assignment came in 2005 when he became the first chairman of the House Armed Services Subcommittee on Strategic Forces, created to place national strategic assets — nuclear weapons, intelligence, satellites and missile defense systems — under one authorizing Subcommittee with an annual budget of fifty billion dollars.  He focused on improving space acquisition and procurement programs and beginning a national debate on space protection.  Everett spearheaded key legislative initiatives in national security space, including development of a space protection strategy, management of the space cadre and space acquisition personnel, and establishment of the Operationally Responsive Space Office.

His tenure as chairman of this subcommittee demonstrates his interests, focus, and method of operation, particularly as national security issues took prominence in the last four years of his terms.  Everett held frequent hearings and classified briefings on space control, threats, acquisition and procurement challenges, space cadre, and space policy.  Projects and concepts that he promoted included missile defense systems; improved global position systems (GPS); intelligence collection systems; nuclear security policy; Cobra Judy, a ship-based ballistic missile and space-tracking radar; Trans- formational Satellite Communications System (TSAT); the Reliable Replacement Warhead (RRW) to replace aging and expensive-to-maintain Cold War-era nuclear weapons; the Robust Nuclear Earth Penetrator (RNEP), an effort to reach deeply buried fortified missile launch sites; and the National Space Studies Center.  Congress did not enact TSAT, RRW, or RNEP legislation.

Everett was particularly interested in maintaining the nation's superiority in high- altitude reconnaissance.  When the Air Force attempted to replace the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft with the RQ-4 Global Hawk in 2005, Everett inserted language in both the House Defense authorization bill and the House Select Intelligence Panel authorization bill which prohibited the Air Force from retiring the U-2 aircraft unless the Secretary of Defense certified there would be no loss of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities.  This legislation proved prescience as the Global Hawk experienced development challenges and schedule delays, and the Air Force realized it needed to continue relying on the U-2 to support its worldwide intelligence needs.  When Republicans on the House Intelligence Panel attempted to de- fund the classified spacecraft X-37B program, Everett led the panel's Democratic members and two of his fellow Republicans to kill the defunding amendment.  He also defeated a Republican amendment to halt funding for Cobra Judy in the Intelligence Committee.

In October 2006, the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance honored Congressman Everett for his support of missile defense overall and for funding research and development of the Theater High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile system.  In September 2008, the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) presented him its Gold Medal for his support of Nuclear Security.

Retirement
Mr. Everett's retirement was brief.  Within weeks after he left Congress, he was invited to the White House to discuss the Schriever V Space War Games 8   with members of the White House National Security Council, Air Force Space Command and the intelligence community.  Subsequently, Everett became the first active or retired member of Congress to participate in an Air Force space war game, and was appointed to the role of President of the United States (POTUS).  Over five hundred experts from the United States, Britain, Canada, and Australia were involved in the different working cells, each of which used a “whole of government” approach to strategize about how to posture against possible attacks on America’s space systems.  Everett’s role as POTUS was to rule on final decisions made in the executive cell.

Following Schriever V, Everett was appointed as one of the four senior advisors to the Air Force Space Command’s Space Protection Program in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Then in 2011, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appointed him to the Department of State’s International Security Advisory Board (ISAB) where he was a member of the Pakistan/South Asia study group.  When Secretary Clinton resigned in 2013, Everett resigned from ISAB, but newly-appointed Secretary of State John Kerry “respectfully declined” Everett's resignation.  Kerry urged Everett to continue serving as a member of the Board working on “some of our most important diplomatic and international security challenges.”    9

Terry and Barbara Everett, who were married in 1969, currently live on their farm located between Rehobeth and Malvern, Alabama.

Original research by Autumn Faulkner, 2011 
Written and edited by R. Terry Everett and Martin T. Olliff , Sept. 2012- Oct. 2013

 

 

Everett Committee Assignments

  House Committee
on Agriculture

House Committee on
Armed Services

House Committee on
National Security
House Committee
on Veterans Affairs
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
110th Cong (2007– 2009)

Subcommittee on Conserva-
tion, Credit, Energy and
Research

Subcommittee on Specialty

Crops, Rural Development and Foreign Agriculture

Subcommittee on
Strategic Forces
(Ranking member)

Subcommittee on

Seapower and Ex- peditionary Forces

[Committee renamed

Armed Services]
Not A Member

Subcommittee on Technical
and Tactical Intelligence

Subcommittee on Terrorism, HUMINT, Analysis and Counter Intelligence

109th Cong (2005– 2007)

Subcommittee on Specialty
Crops and Foreign Agricul- ture Programs (Ranking Member)

Subcommittee on General
Farm Commodities and

Risk Management

Subcommittee on
Strategic Forces
(Chair)

Subcommittee on Tactical Air and Land Forces

[Committee renamed

Armed Services]

Subcommittee on
Oversight and

Investigations

Subcommittee on Oversight

Subcommittee on Technical and Tactical Intelligence

108th Cong (2003–2005)

Subcommittee on Conservation, Credit, Energy and
Research

Subcommittee on Specialty Crops and Foreign Agriculture Programs
(Vice-Chair)

Subcommittee on General
Farm Commodities and

Risk Management

Subcommittee on
Strategic Forces
(Ranking member)

Subcommittee on Tactical Air and Land Forces

[Committee renamed

Armed Services]

Subcommittee on
Oversight and

Investigations

Subcommittee on Technical
and Tactical Intelligence

Subcommittee on Terrorism and Homeland Security

Subcommittee on HUMINT, Analysis and Counter
Intelligence

107th Cong (2001–2003)

Subcommittee on Specialty
Crops and Foreign Agricul- ture Programs (Chair)

Subcommittee on General Farm Commodities and Risk Management

Subcommittee on
Military Installations and Facilities

Subcommittee on Military Procurement

Special Oversight

Panel on Terrorism

[Committee renamed

Armed Services]

Subcommittee on

Oversight and Investigations (Chair)
Committee did not exist
106th Cong (1999– 2001)

Subcommittee on Risk Management, Research and
Specialty Crops

Subcommittee on Livestock and Horticulture

Subcommittee on
Strategic Forces

Subcommittee on
Military Readiness

Subcommittee on Military Procure- ment

[Committee renamed

Armed Services]

Subcommittee on
Oversight and Investigations (Chair)

Subcommittee Com- pensation, Pension, Insurance
and Memorial Affairs

Committee did not exist
105th Cong (1997– 1999)

Subcommittee on Risk Management, and Specialty
Crops

Subcommittee on Forestry,

Resource Conservation and Research

[Committee renamed

National Security]

Subcommittee on
Military Installations and
Facilities

Subcommittee on
Military Procurement

Subcommittee on
Oversight and

Investigations
Committee did not exist
104th Cong (1995– 1997)

Subcommittee on Forestry,
Resource Conservation and Research

Subcommittee on Risk Management, and Specialty

Crops

[Committee renamed

National Security]

Subcommittee on
Military Installations and
Facilities

Subcommittee on Military Procurement

Subcommittee on
Oversight and

Investigations
Committee did not exist
103rd Cong (1993– 1995)

Assigned to the Committee

a few months into his first term.

Subcommittee on
Military Installations and Facilities

Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations

[Committee did not

exist]

Subcommittee on
Oversight and
Investigations

Subcommittee on Compensation, Pension and Insurance

Subcommittee on Hospitals and Health Care
Committee did not exist

 

References

1 ^ “United States Air Force Security Service,” Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ United_States_Air_Force_Security_Service (accessed October 25, 2013).

2 ^ The Everetts sold T he Union Springs Herald in 2003. Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives, “Everett, Robert Terry,” Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, 1774–2005, U.S. House of Representatives, http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?
index=E000268 (accessed November 30, 2011); “Terry Everett,” Wikipedia, http://
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terry_Everett (accessed November 30, 2011).

3 ^ “Barbara Everett: A Biography,” March 1993, in Everett Congressional Papers, File 329-08-0226- 011-026, Wiregrass Archives, Troy University Dothan Campus, Dothan, AL (hereafter Everett Collection, Wiregrass Archives)

4 ^ Office of the Clerk, “Everett, Robert Terry.”

5 ^ “2 Terry Everett: of Enterprise—Elected 1992, First Term,” Photocopied pages from unknown publication, published 1993, pages 24-25, in File 329-08-0226-011-026, Everett Collection, Wiregrass Archives.

6 ^ “2 Terry Everett (R) of Enterprise—Elected 1992, Second Term,” unknown publication, published 1995, pages 12-13, in File 329-08-0226-011-026, Everett Collection, Wiregrass Archives.

7^ In a most telling incident, Ambassador M. Larry Lawrence had gained burial at Arlington illegitimately. As a result of Everett's hearings, Lawrence’s body was disinterred, others were forced to relinquish wavier-awarded burial plots, and Congress passed tighter restrictions on burial waivers for Arlington.

8 ^ Eight-day war games held annually at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada.

9 ^ Letter, Secretary of State John Kerry to Mr. Everett, Wiregrass Archives.


 

Scope and Content Note

The Everett Congressional Records contain approximately 195 cubic feet of material that document Rep. Everett's activities as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives for the Second District of Alabama, 1993-2009.  His records cover the committees on which he served, his work on bills concerning agriculture, defense, veteran's affairs, appropriations, and other political and policy issues of his tenure in office.  Also documents his interaction with and advocacy for his Alabama constituents, and those political activities required of his office.  In addition to office records, this collection includes personal and administrative correspondence, legislation, records of interaction with the White House, campaigns, text of bills, books and reports, media interaction, and news- paper articles / op-ed pieces penned by and for Mr. Everett.

 

Collection organized into 5 series:

  1. Subject Files, 1993-2009
  2. Constituent Files, 1993-2008
  3. Sub-series: Correspondence from Constituents to Office
  4. Sub-series: Correspondence from Office to Federal Agencies
  5. Media Files, 1992-2008
  6. Publications Received
  7. Miscellaneous, 1992-2008

Arrangement Notes:  The office arranged Subject Files according to a key created and edited by Chief of Staff Clay Swanzy, and kept these files in the office filing system for one year past their date. After one year, the office delivered Subject Files to the National Archives.  The office arranged Constituent Correspondence, which staff called "Alphas," alphabetically by personal name and kept those files in the office filing system for two years.  All Washington, DC, Office files (except those for 2008 and 2009) were sent to the National Archives Record Center in Suitland, MD, then transshipped to the Wiregrass Archives after 2002.

Processing Notes: The processing staff at the Wiregrass Archives sampled some Subject Files to reduce bulk while retaining evidential value of the records.  The file-level inventory indicates which files were sampled.  The staff sampled Constituent Files to reduce bulk, protect privacy while enabling access, and retain evidence of how the office handled constituent business.  Series descriptions carry more information about how staff did this sampling.

Series Descriptions

Series 1  Subject Files, 1993-2008,  Extent:  ca. 161 cubic feet

Documents Rep. Everett's committee and subcommittee service and his interaction with offices in the federal bureaucracy.  Also documents his interests in political and economic policy and issues.  Contains reports, research materials, white papers, legislation, correspondence, memoranda, etc.

Arranged by subject key provided by Chief of Staff (Clay Swanzy to 2005, thereafter Wade Heck).  Keys contain ca. 16-22 subject areas further divided into sub-areas.

Series 2  Constituent Files, 1993-2008  Total extent:  ca. 11.5 cubic feet

Documents interaction between Rep. Everett's Washington DC office and his constituents in AL-2.  These are individual letters, usually asking for Mr. Everett's assistance with a federal office as well as Everett's office correspondence with appropriate federal agencies to resolve constituent issues.

Organized  into 2  subseries:

  • Correspondence between Constituents and Mr. Everett's office. 1993- 2009. Ca. 6 cubic feet.
  • Arranged alphabetically by senders' name. Files (rather than letters) sampled at 20 percent to reduce bulk and protect privacy while maintaining evidential value of subseries.
  • Correspondence between Mr. Everett's office and Appropriate Federal
    Agencies.  1998-2005.  Ca. 5.5 cubic feet
  • Arranged by name of agency (though files are not always alphabetized). 
    Not sampled.

Series 3  Media Files, 1992-2008  Extent:  ca. 8.4 cubic feet.

Documents Mr. Everett and his positions on issues of the day.  Contains materials issued from Mr. Everett and his office (e.g.: interviews on VHS and press releases) as well as information about Mr. Everett (e.g.: newspaper clippings).

Contains newspaper columns and press releases written by Mr. Everett's office, VHS and audiotapes of news interviews with and stories about Everett, and an extensive set of newspaper clippings about Everett, gathered by Magnolia Clip- ping Service.  The clippings cover 1992-2008, and are identified by newspaper , place, and date. 
Columns and releases arranged by year.  Clippings arranged chronologically, often by month.  VHS and audiotapes arranged by date.

This series appears primarily in Accessions 329-08-1117 and 329-08-1208.

Series 4  Publications received by Everett's office.  Extent:  100 items

Published reports on a wide variety of Congressional and policy topics such as

NAFTA, veterans' affairs, military issues, and national security issues.  Includes Hearings, Reports, House Resolutions, mostly from the House Armed Services Committee and House National Security Committee of the 103rd – 110th Congress.

Specific topics covered include Veterans Affairs, military branches, Defense Reauthorization Acts, China, Iran, Iraq, Atomic Energy Defense, Space Power, Hurricane Preparedness, the attack on the USS Cole, Operation Iraqi Freedom.

This series appears almost exclusively in accession 329-08-0226.

Series 5  Miscellaneous, 1992-2008 Extent:  ca. 12 cubic feet.

Much of this material appears to parallel the Subject Files, though the folders themselves are not labeled according to the keys for that series.  Almost all of this series came from Mr. Everett's personal office in his Washington DC congressional office, and are either his personal reference files or are files from the subject file series that he pulled for research purposes.  Topics covered are of great interest to Mr. Everett and include Republican Party politics, Republican campaign and legislative initiatives, information on Alabama state politics, agriculture (particularly farm bills and peanuts), veterans' affairs, and the military.

Contains correspondence, speeches, reports and background information sent to Mr. Everett, research files, bill mark-up, and hearing transcripts.

Arranged roughly by topic, though files are not necessarily sequential.  These files appear mostly in accessions 329-08-1202, 329-08-1208, and 329-09-0056


Series 1 Subject Files (1993-2008)  Extent:  ca. 161 cubic ft

Documents Rep. Everett's committee and subcommittee service and his interaction with offices in the federal bureaucracy.  Also documents his interests in political and economic policy and issues.  Contains reports, research materials, white papers, legislation, correspondence, memoranda, etc. 
Arranged by subject key provided by Chief of Staff (Clay Swanzy to 2005, thereafter Wade Heck).  Keys contain ca. 16-22 subject areas further divided into sub-areas.

Files denoted as “[Sampled X%]” were randomly sampled, leaving ten or twenty percent of the total number of items, to reduce bulk.  These files contained multiple copies of issue campaign postcards and other communications, with hard copies of Everett office replies.  Staff retained twenty percent to provide evidence of how the office handled issue-related mass mailings.

Files denoted as “[Limited Access]” contain sensitive personal information such as Social Security numbers.  Access requires special permission of the Archivist.

 

File I.D. File Label Year

329

95-092

001

001

1. A.  Personnel Memos

1993

329

95-092

001

002

1. B.  Bills & Leases

1993

329

95-092

001

003

1. C.  Space & Equipment Purchase  

[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

001

004

1. C.  Space & Equipment Purchase  

[Folder 2 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

001

005

1. D.  Office Supply Accounts & Receipts

1993

329

95-092

001

006

1. E.  Telephone Statements

1993

329

95-092

001

007

1. F.  Travel Vouchers (Member Only)

1993

329

95-092

001

008

1. G.  Official Vouchers
[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

001

009

1. G.  Official Vouchers
[Folder 2 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

001

010

1. H.  Official Expense Report

1993

329

95-092

001

011

1. I.    Franked Mail Reports
[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

001

012

1. I.    Franked Mail Reports
[Folder 2 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

001

013

1. J.  Computer Info
[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

001

014

1. J.  Computer Info
[Folder 2 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

001

015

1. K.  Minority Printing

1993

329

95-092

001

016

2. A.  Alabama Peanut Program

1993

329

95-092

001

017

2. B.  ASCS

1993

329

95-092

001

018

2. B.  Houston Cty Water

1993

329

95-092

001

019

2. C.  Farmers Home Administration

[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

001

020

2. C.  Farmers Home Administration

[Folder 2 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

001

021

2. D.  Forest Service

1993

329

95-092

001

022

2. F.  Soil Conservation Service

1993

329

95-092

001

023

2. G.  TE Agricultural Advisory Committee

1993

329

95-092

001

024

2. G.  Advisory

1993

329

95-092

001

025

2. H.  General

1993

329

95-092

001

026

3. A.  Environmental Protection Agency

1993

329

95-092

002

001

3. A.  Freon
[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

002

002

3. A.  Freon
[Folder 2 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

002

003

3. B.  Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

1993

329

95-092

002

004

3. C.  Federal Communications Commission

1993

329

95-092

002

005

3. D.  Federal Election Commission

1993

329

95-092

002

006

3. E.  Federal Emergency Mgmt. Agency

1993

329

95-092

002

007

3. F.  General Services A

1993

329

95-092

002

008

3. J.  Small Business Administration

1993

329

95-092

002

009

3. K.  Miscellaneous

1993

329

95-092

002

010

4. A.  Legislation

1993

329

95-092

002

011

4. B.  Search for Industry

1993

329

95-092

002

012

4. C.  Department of Human Resources (Food Stamps)

1993

329

95-092

002

013

4. D.  Dept. of Industrial Relations (Unemployment Benefits)

1993

329

95-092

002

014

4. E.  General
[Folder 1 of 6]

1993

329

95-092

002

015

4. E.  General
[Folder 2 of 6]

1993

329

95-092

002

016

4. E.  General
[Folder 3 of 6]

1993

329

95-092

002

017

4. E.  General
[Folder 4 of 6]

1993

329

95-092

002

018

4. E.  General
[Folder 5 of 6]

1993

329

95-092

002

019

4. E.  General
[Folder 6 of 6]

1993

329

95-092

002

020

4. E.  General - Redistricting - Press Clippings

1993

329

95-092

002

021

4. E.  General - Redistricting - U.S. District Court - Case No. 91-0787

1993

329

95-092

002

022

4. E.  General - Redistricting - Circuit Court - Case No. 93-689
[Folder 1 of 3]

1993

329

95-092

002

023

4. E.  General Redistricting - Circuit Court - Case No. 93-689
[Folder 2 of 3]

1993

329

95-092

002

024

4. E.  General Redistricting - Circuit Court - Case No. 93-689
[Folder 3 of 3]

1993

329

95-092

002

025

4. E.  General Redistricting - Circuit Court - Case No. 93-689-PR 
[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

002

026

4. E.  General Redistricting - Circuit Court - Case No. 93-689-PR 
[Folder 2 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

002

027

4. E.  General - Redistricting - U.S. Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit - Case No. 93-6607 
[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

002

028

4. E.  General - Redistricting - U.S. Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit - Case No. 93-6607 
[Folder 2 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

002

029

4. E.  General - Redistricting - U.S. Supreme Court - Case No. 93-781

1993

329

95-092

002

030

5. B.  Veterans Affairs

1993

329

95-092

002

031

5. C.  Republican Party

1993

329

95-092

002

032

5. D.  General

1993

329

95-092

002

033

6. A.  Census Bureau

1993

329

95-092

003

001

6. A.  Census Bureau - 1990 Census - Alabama / CP-1-2

1990

329

95-092

003

002

6. A.  Census Bureau - 1990 Census - Alabama / CPH-1-2

1990

329

95-092

003

003

6. A.  Census Bureau - 1990 Census - Alabama / CPH-5-2

1990

329

95-092

003

004

6. A.  Census Bureau - Voting & Registration in the Election of November 1992

1992

329

95-092

003

005

6. B.  Economic Development Admin.

1993

329

95-092

003

006

6. C.  Patent & Trademark Office

1993

329

95-092

003

007

7. A.  General Accounting Office (GAO)

1993

329

95-092

003

008

7. B. 3.  Office Account (Stationary Orders)

1993

329

95-092

003

009

7. C. 3.  Miscellaneous

1993

329

95-092

003

010

7. D. 1.  Architect of the Capitol / Flags

 (A-M)

1993

329

95-092

003

011

7. D. 1.  Architect of the Capitol / Flags

 (N-Z)

1993

329

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7. F.  National Records Center - GSA

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7. G.  From Other Members

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7. H.  General

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7. H.  General - Congressional Candidates, 1992 Election

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8.  Defense Department

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8. A. 1.  Air Force / Cases (A-M)

[Folder 1 of 2]

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8. A. 1.  Air Force / Cases (A-M)

[Folder 2 of 2]

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8. A. 1.  Air Force / Cases (N-Z)

[Folder 1 of 2]

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8. A. 1.  Air Force / Cases (N-Z)

[Folder 2 of 2]

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8. A. 2.  Air Force Memos

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8. B. 1.  Army Cases (A-F)  
[Folder 1 of 3]

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8. B. 1.  Army Cases (A-F)  
[Folder 2 of 3]

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8. B. 1.  Army Cases (A-F)  
[Folder 3 of 3]

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8. B. 1.  Army Cases (G-M)  
[Folder 1 of 3]

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8. B. 1.  Army Cases (G-M)  
[Folder 2 of 3]

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8. B. 1.  Army Cases (G-M)  
[Folder 3 of 3]

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8. B. 1.  Army Cases (N-Z)  
[Folder 1 of 3]

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8. B. 1.  Army Cases (N-Z)  
[Folder 2 of 3]

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8. B. 1.  Army Cases (N-Z)  
[Folder 3 of 3]

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8. B. 2.  Army Corps of Engineers

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8. B. 2. a.  Corps of Engineers / Coosa Ala. River

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8. B. 2. f.  Ariton Dam / Pea River

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8. B. 3.  National Guard

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8. B. 4.  Army Memos

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8. C.  Navy

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8. C. 1. Navy / Cases

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8. D.  Marine Corps

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8. E.  Defense - General

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8. F.  Champus / Tricare

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8. G.  Academies

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - January 1993

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - January 1993

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - February 1993
[Folder 1 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - February 1993
[Folder 2 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - February 1993
[Folder 1 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - February 1993
[Folder 2 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - March 1993   
[Folder 1 of 3]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - March 1993   
[Folder 2 of 3]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - March 1993   
[Folder 3 of 3]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - March 1993
[Folder 1 of 5]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - March 1993
[Folder 2 of 5]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - March 1993
[Folder 3 of 5]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - March 1993
[Folder 4 of 5]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - March 1993
[Folder 5 of 5]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - April 1993

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - April 1993
[Folder 1 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - April 1993
[Folder 2 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - May 1993
[Folder 1 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - May 1993
[Folder 2 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - May1 1993
[Folder 1 of 3]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - May1 1993
[Folder 2 of 3]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - May1 1993
[Folder 3 of 3]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - June 1993

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - June 1993
[Folder 1 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - June 1993
[Folder 2 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - July 1993

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - July 1993
[Folder 1 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - July 1993
[Folder 2 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - August 1993

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - August 1993

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - September 1993
[Folder 1 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - September 1993
[Folder 2 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - September 1993
[Folder 1 of 3]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - September 1993
[Folder 2 of 3]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - September 1993
[Folder 3 of 3]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - October 1993
[Folder 1 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - October 1993
[Folder 2 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - October 1993
[Folder 1 of 3]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - October 1993
[Folder 2 of 3]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - Regrets - October 1993
[Folder 3 of 3]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - November 1993
[Folder 1 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - November 1993
[Folder 2 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - December 1993
[Folder 1 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitations - December 1993
[Folder 2 of 2]

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9. A.  Appointments, Invitation - Regrets - December 1993

1993

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9. B. 1.  Thank Yous - January 1993

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9. B. 1.  Thank Yous - February 1993

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9. B. 1.  Thank Yous - March 1993

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9. B. 1.  Thank Yous - April 1993

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9. B. 1.  Thank Yous - May 1993

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9. B. 1.  Thank Yous - June 1993

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9. B. 1.  Thank Yous - July 1993

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9. B. 1.  Thank Yous - August 1993

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9. B. 1.  Thank Yous - September 1993

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9. B. 1.  Thank Yous - October 1993

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9. B. 1.  Thank Yous - November 1993

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9. B. 1.  Thank Yous - December 1993

1993

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9. B. 2.  Miscellaneous 
[Folder 1 of 7]

1993

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9. B. 2.  Miscellaneous 
[Folder 2 of 7]

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9. B. 2.  Miscellaneous 
[Folder 3 of 7]

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9. B. 2.  Miscellaneous 
[Folder 4 of 7]

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9. B. 2.  Miscellaneous 
[Folder 5 of 7]

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9. B. 2.  Miscellaneous 
[Folder 6 of 7]

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9. B. 2.  Miscellaneous 
[Folder 7 of 7]

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9. B. 3.  Phone Sheet - January 1993

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9. B. 3.  Phone Sheet - February 1993

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9. B. 3.  Phone Sheet - March 1993

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9. B. 3.  Phone Sheet - April 1993

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9. B. 3.  Phone Sheet - May 1993

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9. B. 3.  Phone Sheet - June 1993

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9. B. 3.  Phone Sheet - July 1993

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9. B. 3.  Phone Sheet - August 1993

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9. B. 3.  Phone Sheet - September 1993

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9. B. 3.  Phone Sheet - October 1993

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9. B. 3.  Phone Sheet - November 1993

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9. B. 3.  Phone Sheet - December 1993

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9. C. Scholarship Foundation

1993

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10. A.  OPM/Civil Service

1993

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10. B.  Job Applicants

1993

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10. C.  Interns

1993

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10. D.  TE Letters of Recommendation

1993

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10. E.  Employment

1993

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11. A.  Social Security Cases
[Folder 1 of 4]

1993

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11. A.  Social Security Cases
[Folder 2 of 4]

1993

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11. A.  Social Security Cases
[Folder 3 of 4]

1993

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11. A.  Social Security Cases
[Folder 4 of 4]

1993

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11. B.  Medicare

1993

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11. C.  Public Health Service

1993

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11. D.  National Institutes of Health

1993

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11. E.  Food & Drug Administration

1993

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11. F.  General

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12. A.  Community Planning & Development

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12. B.  General

1993

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13. A.  Fish & Wildlife Service

1993

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13. B.  National Park Service

1993

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13. C.  General

1993

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14. A.  Immigration & Naturalization

[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

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14. A.  Immigration & Naturalization

[Folder 2 of 2]

1993

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14. B.  Cases A - M

1993

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14. B.  Cases N - Z

1993

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14. C.  General

1993

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15. A.  Employment Standards Admin.

1993

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15. B.  Occupational Safety & Health Administration

1993

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15. C.  General

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16. A.  Agriculture

1993

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16. A. 1.  Agriculture - Peanuts

1993

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16. A. 2.  Agriculture - Forestry

1993

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16. A. 3.  Agriculture - Miscellaneous
[Folder 1 of 2]

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16. A. 3.  Agriculture - Miscellaneous
[Folder 2 of 2]

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16. A. 4.  Agriculture - Crop Insurance

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16. B.  Appropriations

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16. C.  Defense

1993

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16. C. 5.  Miscellaneous

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16. C. 6.  375th Theater Army Support Group   
[Folder 1 of 3]

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16. C. 6.  375th Theater Army Support Group   
[Folder 2 of 3]

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16. C. 6.  375th Theater Army Support Group   
[Folder 3 of 3]

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16. C. 7.  159th-2

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16. C. 8.  Gays in Military - [Sampled 10%]


[Folder 1 of 4]

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16. C. 8.  Gays in Military - [Sampled 10%]


[Folder 2 of 4]

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16. C. 8.  Gays in Military - [Sampled 10%]


[Folder 3 of 4]

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16. C. 8.  Gays in Military - [Sampled 10%]


[Folder 4 of 4]

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16. C. 9.  Military Retirees- COLA - [Sampled 10%]
[Folder 1 of 11]

1993

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16. C. 9.  Military Retirees- COLA - [Sampled 10%]
[Folder 2 of 11]

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16. C. 9.  Military Retirees- COLA - [Sampled 10%]
[Folder 3 of 11]

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16. C. 9.  Military Retirees- COLA - [Sampled 10%]
[Folder 4 of 11]

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16. C. 9.  Military Retirees- COLA - [Sampled 10%]
[Folder 5 of 11]

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16. C. 9.  Military Retirees- COLA - [Sampled 10%]
[Folder 6 of 11]

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16. C. 9.  Military Retirees- COLA - [Sampled 10%]
[Folder 7 of 11]

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16. C. 9.  Military Retirees- COLA - [Sampled 10%]
[Folder 8 of 11]

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16. C. 9.  Military Retirees- COLA - [Sampled 10%]
[Folder 9 of 11]

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16. C. 9.  Military Retirees- COLA - [Sampled 10%]
[Folder 10 of 11]

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16. C. 9.  Military Retirees- COLA - [Sampled 10%]
[Folder 11 of 11]

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16. C. 10.  Somalia

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16. D. 1.  Banking & Finance - Financial Institutions
[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

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16. D. 1.  Banking & Finance - Financial Institutions
[Folder 2 of 2]

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16. D. 2.  Insurance

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16. D. 3. Miscellaneous

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 1 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]   
[Folder 2 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 3 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 4 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 5 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 6 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 7 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 8 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 9 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 10 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 11 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 12 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 13 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 14 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 15 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 16 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 17 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 18 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 19 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 20 of 24]

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 21 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%]
[Folder 22 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%] 
[Folder 23 of 24]

1993

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16. E. Budget –

[Sampled 20%] 
[Folder 24 of 24]

1993

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16. E. 1.  Tax Bill

1993

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16. F.  District of Columbia

1993

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16. G.  Education

1993

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16. G.  Education - Direct Loans

1993

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16. G.  Education - English Language

1993

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16. G.  Education - Higher Ed

1993

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16. G.  Education - TRIO Programs

1993

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16. G. 1.  Goals 2000

1993

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16. H.  Government Operations

1993

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16. I. 1.  Congress - Campaign Finance

1993

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16. I. 2.  Internal Operations

1993

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16. I. 3.  Miscellaneous

1993

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16. J. 1.  Interior & Insular Affairs - Public Lands 

1993

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16. J. 3.  Miscellaneous

1993

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16. K. 2.  Eastern Europe

1993

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16. K. 3.  Middle East

1993

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16. K. 5.  Asia

1993

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16. K. 6.  South America

1993

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16. K. 7.  Miscellaneous

1993

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16. K. 7.  Miscellaneous - Foreign Aid
[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

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16. K. 7.  Miscellaneous - Foreign Aid
[Folder 2 of 2]

1993

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16. L.  Ansell Layoff [Dickinson Correspondence] [Sampled 20%]

1993

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16. L. 1.  Business/Commerce - Trade

1993

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16. L. 2.  Energy

1993

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16. L. 3.  Labor

1993

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16. L. 4.  Small Business

1993

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16. L. 5.  Industries

1993

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16. L. 6.  Miscellaneous

1993

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16. L. 6.  Miscellaneous - Broadcasting H.R. 1985

1993

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16. L. 6.  Miscellaneous - Cable Act

1993

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16. L. 6.  Miscellaneous - TV Violence

1993

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16. L. 7.  Striker Replacement
[Folder 1 of 4]

1993

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16. L. 7.  Striker Replacement
[Folder 2 of 4]

1993

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16. L. 7.  Striker Replacement
[Folder 3 of 4]

1993

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16. L. 7.  Striker Replacement
[Folder 4 of 4]

1993

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16. L. 8.  Energy
[Folder 1 of 4]

1993

329

95-092

012

022

16. L. 8.  Energy
[Folder 2 of 4]

1993

329

95-092

012

023

16. L. 8.  Energy
[Folder 3 of 4]

1993

329

95-092

012

024

16. L. 8.  Energy
[Folder 4 of 4]

1993

329

95-092

012

025

16. L. 9.  NAFTA
[Folder 1 of 9]

1993

329

95-092

012

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16. L. 9.  NAFTA
[Folder 2 of 9]

1993

329

95-092

012

027

16. L. 9.  NAFTA
[Folder 3 of 9]

1993

329

95-092

012

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16. L. 9.  NAFTA
[Folder 4 of 9]

1993

329

95-092

012

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16. L. 9.  NAFTA
[Folder 5 of 9]

1993

329

95-092

013

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16. L. 9.  NAFTA
[Folder 6 of 9]

1993

329

95-092

013

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16. L. 9.  NAFTA
[Folder 7 of 9]

1993

329

95-092

013

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16. L. 9.  NAFTA
[Folder 8 of 9]

1993

329

95-092

013

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16. L. 9.  NAFTA
[Folder 9 of 9]

1993

329

95-092

013

005

16. M. 1.  Judiciary - Crime

1993

329

95-092

013

006

16. M. 2. Courts

1993

329

95-092

013

007

16. M. 3.  Miscellaneous

1993

329

95-092

013

008

16. M. 3.  Miscellaneous - Casino Gambling - Indians - Alabama

1993

329

95-092

013

009

16. M. 3.  Miscellaneous - Citizens Self Defense Act of 1993

1993

329

95-092

013

010

16. M. 3.  Miscellaneous - FACE

[Freedom of Access]

1993

329

95-092

013

011

16. M. 3.  Miscellaneous - FOCA (Freedom of Choice Act) [Sampled 10%],


[Folder 1 of 3]

1993

329

95-092

013

012

16. M. 3.  Miscellaneous - FOCA (Freedom of Choice Act) [Sampled 10%],


[Folder 2 of 3]

1993

329

95-092

013

013

16. M. 3.  Miscellaneous - FOCA (Freedom of Choice Act) [Sampled 10%],


[Folder 3 of 3]

1993

329

95-092

013

014

16. M. 3.  Miscellaneous - Gun Control - Alabama Letters
[Folder 1 of 4]

1993

329

95-092

013

015

16. M. 3.  Miscellaneous - Gun Control - Alabama Letters
[Folder 2 of 4]

1993

329

95-092

013

016

16. M. 3.  Miscellaneous - Gun Control - Alabama Letters
[Folder 3 of 4]

1993

329

95-092

013

017

16. M. 3.  Miscellaneous - Gun Control - Alabama Letters
[Folder 4 of 4]

1993

329

95-092

013

018

16. M. 3.  Miscellaneous - Gay Rights 
[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

013

019

16. M. 3.  Miscellaneous - Gay Rights 
[Folder 2 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

013

020

16. M. 3.  Miscellaneous - Hyde Amendment
[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

013

021

16. M. 3.  Miscellaneous - Hyde Amendment
[Folder 2 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

013

022

16. M. 3.  Miscellaneous - Illegal Immigrants

1993

329

95-092

014

001

16. M. 3.  Miscellaneous - Tort Reform

1993

329

95-092

014

002

16. N.  Merchant Marine & Fisheries

1993

329

95-092

014

003

16. O. 1.  Post Office & Civil Service - Civil Service

1993

329

95-092

014

004

16. O. 1.  Post Office & Civil Service - Civil Service - Early Out

1993

329

95-092

014

005

16. O. 2.  Postal Operations

1993

329

95-092

014

006

16. O. 3.  Miscellaneous

1993

329

95-092

014

007

16. O. 3.  Miscellaneous - Hatch Act

1993

329

95-092

014

008

16. P.1.  Public Works and Transport - Surface Transportation

1993

329

95-092

014

009

16. P.1.  Public Works and Transport - Surface Transportation - Hwy. 167/79 - City of Enterprise Projects

1993

329

95-092

014

010

16. P. 2.  Water Resources

1993

329

95-092

014

011

16. P. 3.  Miscellaneous

1993

329

95-092

014

012

16. Q.  Housing and Urban Affairs

1993

329

95-092

014

013

16. Q.  Housing and Urban Affairs - FACE - HUD

1993

329

95-092

014

014

16. R.  Science, Space, Technology

1993

329

95-092

014

015

16. R.  Science, Space, Technology - Superconducting Supercollider

1993

329

95-092

014

016

16. S. 1.  Environment - Wetlands

1993

329

95-092

014

017

16. S. 2.  Solid/Hazardous Waste

1993

329

95-092

014

018

16. S. 2.  Solid/Hazardous Waste - SuperFund

1993

329

95-092

014

019

16. S. 3.  Miscellaneous

1993

329

95-092

014

020

16. S. 3.  Miscellaneous - Endangered Species Act
[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

014

021

16. S. 3.  Miscellaneous - Endangered Species Act
[Folder 2 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

014

022

16. T. 1.  Health Care Reform
[Folder 1 /15]

1993

329

95-092

014

023

16. T. 1.  Health Care Reform
[Folder 2 /15]

1993

329

95-092

014

024

16. T. 1.  Health Care Reform
[Folder 3 /15]

1993

329

95-092

014

025

16. T. 1.  Health Care Reform
[Folder 4 /15]

1993

329

95-092

014

026

16. T. 1.  Health Care Reform
[Folder 5 /15]

1993

329

95-092

014

027

16. T. 1.  Health Care Reform
[Folder 6 /15]

1993

329

95-092

014

028

16. T. 1.  Health Care Reform
[Folder 7 /15]

1993

329

95-092

015

001

16. T. 1.  Health Care Reform
[Folder 8 /15]

1993

329

95-092

015

002

16. T. 1.  Health Care Reform
[Folder 9 /15]

1993

329

95-092

015

003

16. T. 1.  Health Care Reform
[Folder 10/15]

1993

329

95-092

015

004

16. T. 1.  Health Care Reform
[Folder 11/15]

1993

329

95-092

015

005

16. T. 1.  Health Care Reform
[Folder 12/15]

1993

329

95-092

015

006

16. T. 1.  Health Care Reform
[Folder 13/15]

1993

329

95-092

015

007

16. T. 1.  Health Care Reform
[Folder 14/15]

1993

329

95-092

015

008

16. T. 1.  Health Care Reform
[Folder 15/15]

1993

329

95-092

015

009

16. T. 2.  Medicare/Medicaid

1993

329

95-092

015

010

16. T. 3.  Medical Research

1993

329

95-092

015

011

16. T. 4.  Miscellaneous

1993

329

95-092

015

012

16. T. 4.  Miscellaneous - Dietary Supplements   
[Folder 1 of 7]

1993

329

95-092

015

013

16. T. 4.  Miscellaneous - Dietary Supplements   
[Folder 2 of 7]

1993

329

95-092

015

014

16. T. 4.  Miscellaneous - Dietary Supplements   
[Folder 3 of 7]

1993

329

95-092

015

015

16. T. 4.  Miscellaneous - Dietary Supplements   
[Folder 4 of 7]

1993

329

95-092

015

016

16. T. 4.  Miscellaneous - Dietary Supplements   
[Folder 5 of 7]

1993

329

95-092

015

017

16. T. 4.  Miscellaneous - Dietary Supplements   
[Folder 6 of 7]

1993

329

95-092

015

018

16. T. 4.  Miscellaneous - Dietary Supplements   
[Folder 7 of 7]

1993

329

95-092

016

001

16. U. 1.  Veterans Affairs - Hospitals

1993

329

95-092

016

002

16. U. 2.  Compensation

1993

329

95-092

016

003

16. U. 3.  Miscellaneous

1993

329

95-092

016

004

16. V. 1.  Ways and Means - Hospitals

1993

329

95-092

016

005

16. V. 2.  Taxes - Sin Tax

1993

329

95-092

016

006

16. V. 2.  Taxes - Penny-Kasich

1993

329

95-092

016

007

16. V. 2.  Taxes -  Miscellaneous


[Folder 1 of 3]

1993

329

95-092

016

008

16. V. 2.  Taxes -  Miscellaneous


[Folder 2 of 3]

1993

329

95-092

016

009

16. V. 2.  Taxes -  Miscellaneous


[Folder 3 of 3]

1993

329

95-092

016

010

16. V. 3.  Miscellaneous

1993

329

95-092

016

011

16. V. 3.  Social Security [Sampled 10%] 


[Folder 1 of 3]

1993

329

95-092

016

012

16. V. 3.  Social Security [Sampled 10%] 


[Folder 2 of 3]

1993

329

95-092

016

013

16. V. 3.  Social Security [Sampled 10%] 


[Folder 3 of 3]

1993

329

95-092

016

014

16. W.  Miscellaneous - Views 
[Folder 1 / 6]

1993

329

95-092

016

015

16. W.  Miscellaneous - Views 
[Folder 2 / 6]

1993

329

95-092

016

016

16. W.  Miscellaneous - Views 
[Folder 3 / 6]

1993

329

95-092

016

017

16. W.  Miscellaneous - Views 
[Folder 4 / 6]

1993

329

95-092

016

018

16. W.  Miscellaneous - Views 
[Folder 5 / 6]

1993

329

95-092

016

019

16. W.  Miscellaneous - Views 
[Folder 6 / 6]

1993

329

95-092

016

020

17. A.  Requests for Bios, Photos

1993

329

95-092

016

021

17. C.  Anonymous

1993

329

95-092

017

001

17. D.  Requests for Publications and Information
[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

017

002

17. D.  Requests for Publications and Information
[Folder 2 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

017

003

17. E.  General
[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

017

004

17. E.  General
[Folder 2 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

017

005

18. A.  U.S. Postal Service - Cases (A - M)

1993

329

95-092

017

006

18. A.  U.S. Postal Service - Cases (N - Z)

1993

329

95-092

017

007

19. B. Passports, Visas
[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

017

008

19. B. Passports, Visas
[Folder 2 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

017

009

19. C. General

1993

329

95-092

017

010

20. A.  Transportation Department - Coast Guard

1993

329

95-092

017

011

20. B.  Federal Aviation Administration

1993

329

95-092

017

012

20. C.  General

1993

329

95-092

017

013

21. B.  Internal Revenue Service

1993

329

95-092

017

014

21. C.  General

1993

329

95-092

017

015

22. A. Veterans - Cases (A-C)

1993

329

95-092

017

016

22. A. Veterans - Cases (D-G)

1993

329

95-092

017

017

22. A. Veterans - Cases (H-K)

1993

329

95-092

017

018

22. A. Veterans - Cases (J-L)

1993

329

95-092

017

019

22. A. Veterans - Cases (M-P)

1993

329

95-092

017

020

22. A. Veterans - Cases (N-Z)

1993

329

95-092

017

021

22. B.  General

1993

329

95-092

017

022

23. A.  White House - Orange Cards

1993

329

95-092

018

001

23. B.  Tour Book - 1993

1993

329

95-092

018

002

23. B.  Tour Office
[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

018

003

23. B.  Tour Office
[Folder 2 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

018

004

23. D.  General Correspondence

1993

329

95-092

018

005

24.  Campaign
[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

018

006

24.  Campaign
[Folder 2 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

018

007

24. A.  TE for Congress Committee [1992]

1993

329

95-092

018

008

24. A.  TE for Congress Committee

[Folder 1 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

018

009

24. A.  TE for Congress Committee

[Folder 2 of 2]

1993

329

95-092

018

010

24. B.  Finance & Expenses

1993

329

95-092

018

011

24. C.  Opposition Clippings

1993

329

95-092

018

012

24. D.  Other Campaigns

1993

329

95-092

018

013

24. E.  Fundraiser Lists - June 22 [1993]

1993

329

95-092

018

014

24. E.  Thank You Letters - June 22 [1993]

1993

329

95-092

018

015

24. E.  October 5,  Heads TKU's

1993

329

95-092

018

016

25. A.  Energy Department - Federal Regulatory Commission

1993

329

95-092

018

017

26. A.  Education Department - Individual Cases (A-K)

1993

329

95-092

018

018

26. A.  Education Department - Individual Cases (L-Z)

1993

329

95-092

018

019

26. B.  General

1993

329

96-059

001

056

1.A.  Personnel Memos   [Limited Access]

1994

329

96-059

001

057

1.B.  Bills and Leases

1994

329

96-059

001

058

1.C.  Space & Equipment Buys  
[Folder 1/2]

1994

329

96-059

001

059

1.C.  Space & Equipment Buys  
[Folder 2/2]

1994

329

96-059

001

060

1.D.  Office Supply Acct & Receipts

1994

329

96-059

001

061

1.E.  Telephone Statements

1994

329

96-059

001

062

1.F.  Travel Vouchers (Member only)

1994

329

96-059

002

001

1.G.  Official Vouchers [Sampled 20%]    


[Folder 1 of 5]

1994

329

96-059

002

002

1.G.  Official Vouchers [Sampled 20%]    


[Folder 2 of 5]

1994

329

96-059

002

003

1.G.  Official Vouchers [Sampled 20%]    


[Folder 3 of 5]

1994

329

96-059

002

004

1.G.  Official Vouchers [Sampled 20%]    


[Folder 4 of 5]

1994

329

96-059

002

005

1.G.  Official Vouchers [Sampled 20%]    


[Folder 5 of 5]

1994

329

96-059

002

006

1.H.  Official Expense Reports

1994

329

96-059

002

007

1.I.  Franked Mail Reports 
[Folder 1 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

002

008

1.I.  Franked Mail Reports 
[Folder 2 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

002

009

1.J.  Computer Info

1994

329

96-059

002

010

2.A.  Alabama Peanut Program

1994

329

96-059

002

011

2.B.  ASCA / USDA

1994

329

96-059

002

012

2.C.  Farmers Home Admin (FmHA) 
[Folder 1 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

002

013

2.C.  Farmers Home Admin (FmHA) 
[Folder 1 of 2] - Covington County Farm Center

1994

329

96-059

002

014

2.D.  Forest Service

1994

329

96-059

002

015

2.E.  Rural Electric Admin (REA)

1994

329

96-059

002

016

2.F.  Soil Conservation Service

1994

329

96-059

002

017

2.G.  TE  Agricultural Advisory Committee

1994

329

96-059

002

018

2.H.  General

1994

329

96-059

002

019

3.A.  Environmental Protection Agency  
[Folder 1 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

002

020

3.A.  Environmental Protection Agency  
[Folder 2 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

002

021

3.B.  Equal Employment Opportunity

1994

329

96-059

002

022

3.C.  Federal Communications Comm  (FCC)

1994

329

96-059

002

023

3.E.  Federal Emergency Mgmt. Agency  
[Folder 1 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

002

024

3.E.  Federal Emergency Mgmt. Agency - Flood  
[Folder 2 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

002

025

3.F.  General Services Administration

1994

329

96-059

002

026

3.G.  Interstate Commerce Comm  (ICC)

1994

329

96-059

002

027

3.H.  NASA / Nat'l Aeronautics & Space Admin

1994

329

96-059

002

028

3.I.  Railroad Retirement Board

1994

329

96-059

002

029

3.J.  Small Business Administration

1994

329

96-059

002

030

3.K.  Miscellaneous 
[Folder 1 of 3]

1994

329

96-059

002

031

3.K.  Miscellaneous 
[Folder 2 of 3]   -  PBS

1994

329

96-059

002

032

3.K.  Miscellaneous 
[Folder 3 of 3]   -  FTC Merger

1994

329

96-059

003

001

4.A.  Legislation

1994

329

96-059

003

002

4.B.  Search for Industry

1994

329

96-059

003

003

4.C.  Dept. of Human Resources (A - C)

1994

329

96-059

003

004

4.C.  Dept. of Human Resources (D - G)

1994

329

96-059

003

005

4.C.  Dept. of Human Resources (H - L)

1994

329

96-059

003

006

4.C.  Dept. of Human Resources (M - R)

1994

329

96-059

003

007

4.C.  Dept. of Human Resources (S - Z)

1994

329

96-059

003

008

4.D.  AL Dept. Industrial Relations

(Unemployment Benefits)

1994

329

96-059

003

009

4.E.  General  (A - C)

1994

329

96-059

003

010

4.E.  General  (D - G)

1994

329

96-059

003

011

4.E.  General  (H - L)

1994

329

96-059

003

012

4.E.  General  (M - R)

1994

329

96-059

003

013

4.E.  General  (S - Z)

1994

329

96-059

003

014

5.A.  House Armed Services

1994

329

96-059

003

015

5.B.  Veterans Affairs

1994

329

96-059

003

016

5.C.  Republican Party

1994

329

96-059

003

017

5.D.  General 
[Folder 1 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

003

018

5.D.  General 
[Folder 2 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

003

019

6.A.  Census Bureau 
[Folder 1 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

003

020

6.A.  Census Bureau 
[Folder 2 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

003

021

6.D.  General

1994

329

96-059

003

022

7.B.1.  (GPO)  Congressional Record

1994

329

96-059

003

023

7.B.2.  [GPO]  Federal Register

1994

329

96-059

003

024

7.B.3.  [GPO]  Office Acct  (Stationery)

1994

329

96-059

003

025

7.C.2.  [Library of Congress] -  Loan Accounts

1994

329

96-059

003

026

7.C.3.  [Library of Congress] -  Miscellaneous

1994

329

96-059

003

027

7.D.1.  Architect of the Capitol  -  Flags

1994

329

96-059

003

028

7.D.2.  [Architect of the Capitol]  -  Miscellaneous

1994

329

96-059

003

029

7.E.  Congressional Record Remarks

1994

329

96-059

003

030

7.G.  From Other Members

1994

329

96-059

003

031

7.H.  General

1994

329

96-059

003

032

8.A.  Air Force

1994

329

96-059

003

033

8.A.1.  Air Force - Cases  (A - C)

1994

329

96-059

003

034

8.A.1.  Air Force - Cases  (D - G)

1994

329

96-059

003

035

8.A.1.  Air Force - Cases  (H - L)

1994

329

96-059

003

036

8.A.1.  Air Force - Cases  (M - R)

1994

329

96-059

003

037

8.A.1.  Air Force - Cases  (S - Z)

1994

329

96-059

003

038

8.A.2.  Air Force - Memos

1994

329

96-059

003

039

8.B.  Army

1994

329

96-059

003

040

8.B.1.  Army - Cases  (A - C)

1994

329

96-059

003

041

8.B.1.  Army - Cases  (D - G)

1994

329

96-059

003

042

8.B.1.  Army - Cases  (H - L)

1994

329

96-059

003

043

8.B.1.  Army - Cases  (M - R)  
[Folder 1 / 2]

1994

329

96-059

004

001

8.B.1.  Army - Cases  (M - R)  
[Folder 2 / 2]

1994

329

96-059

004

002

8.B.1.  Army - Cases  (S - Z)   
[Folder 1 / 2]

1994

329

96-059

004

003

8.B.1.  Army - Cases  (S - Z)   
[Folder 2 / 2]

1994

329

96-059

004

004

8.B.2.f.  [Army]  -  Corps of Engineers  -  Ariton Dam / Pea River

1994

329

96-059

004

005

8.B.2.g.  [Army]  -  Corps of Engineers  -  General Cases  
[Folder 1 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

004

006

8.B.2.g.  [Army]  -  Corps of Engineers  -  General Cases  
[Folder 2 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

004

007

8.C.1.  Navy  -  Cases  (A - M)  
[Folder 1 /2]

1994

329

96-059

004

008

8.C.1.  Navy  -  Cases  (A - M)  
[Folder 2/ 2]

1994

329

96-059

004

009

8.C.1.  Navy  -  Cases  (N - Z)   

1994

329

96-059

004

010

8.D.1.  Marine Corps  -  Cases  (A - M)

1994

329

96-059

004

011

8.D.1.  Marine Corps  -  Cases  (N - Z)

1994

329

96-059

003

012

8.D.2.  Marine Corps  -  Memos

1994

329

96-059

004

013

8.E.  Defense General  (A - C)

1994

329

96-059

004

014

8.E.  [Defense General]  (D - G)

1994

329

96-059

004

015

8.E.  [Defense General]  (H - L)

1994

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8.E.  [Defense General]  (M - R)

1994

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8.E.  [Defense General]  (S - Z)

1994

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8.F.  CHAMPUS

1994

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9.A.  Appointments & Invitations - January

1994

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9.A.  Appointments & Invitations - February

1994

329

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9.A.  Appointments & Invitations - March

1994

329

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9.A.  Appointments & Invitations - April

1994

329

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9.A.  Appointments & Invitations - May

1994

329

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9.A.  Appointments & Invitations - June

1994

329

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9.A.  Appointments & Invitations - July

1994

329

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9.A.  Appointments & Invitations - August

1994

329

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9.A.  Appointments & Invitations - September

1994

329

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9.A.  Appointments & Invitations - October

1994

329

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9.A.  Appointments & Invitations - November

1994

329

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9.A.  Appointments & Invitations - December

1994

329

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January 1994 Schedule

1994

329

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January 1994 Regrets  
[Folder 1 of 2]

1994

329

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January 1994 Regrets  
[Folder 2 of 2]

1994

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February 1994 Regrets 
[Folder 1 of 2]

1994

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February 1994 Regrets 
[Folder 2 of 2]

1994

329

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February 1994 Schedule

1994

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March 1994 Schedule - 1st half   3/1 - 3/14  

[Folder 1 of 2]

1994

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March 1994 Schedule - 1st half   3/1 - 3/14  

[Folder 2 of 2]

1994

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March 1994 Schedule - [2nd half]   3/15 - 3/31 
[Folder 1 of 2]

1994

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March 1994 Schedule - [2nd half]   3/15 - 3/31 
[Folder 2 of 2]

1994

329

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March 1994 Regrets  
[Folder 1 of 3]

1994

329

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March 1994 Regrets  
[Folder 2 of 3]

1994

329

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March 1994 Regrets  
[Folder 3 of 3]

1994

329

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April 1994 Regrets
[Folder 1 of 3]

1994

329

96-059

005

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April 1994 Regrets
[Folder 2 of 3]

1994

329

96-059

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April 1994 Regrets
[Folder 3 of 3]

1994

329

96-059

005

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April 1994 Schedule  
[Folder 1 of 2]

1994

329

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April 1994 Schedule  
[Folder 2 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

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May 1994 Regrets  
[Folder 1 of 3]

1994

329

96-059

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May 1994 Regrets  
[Folder 2 of 3]

 

329

96-059

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May 1994 Regrets  
[Folder 3 of 3]

1994

329

96-059

006

002

May 1994 Schedule  
[Folder 1 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

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May 1994 Schedule  
[Folder 2 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

006

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June 1994 Regrets  
[Folder 1 of 3]

1994

329

96-059

006

005

June 1994 Regrets  
[Folder 2 of 3]

1994

329

96-059

006

006

June 1994 Regrets  
[Folder 3 of 3]

1994

329

96-059

006

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June 1994 Schedule 
[Folder 1 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

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June 1994 Schedule 
[Folder 2 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

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July 1994 Schedule

1994

329

96-059

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010

July 1994 Regrets  
[Folder 1 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

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July 1994 Regrets  
[Folder 2 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

006

012

August 1994  Schedule

1994

329

96-059

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013

August 1994  Regrets

1994

329

96-059

006

014

September 1994  Schedule

1994

329

96-059

006

015

September 1994  Regrets  
[Folder 1 of 3]

1994

329

96-059

006

016

September 1994  Regrets  
[Folder 2 of 3]

1994

329

96-059

006

017

September 1994  Regrets  
[Folder 3 of 3]

1994

329

96-059

007

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October 1994  Regrets  
[Folder 1 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

007

002

October 1994  Regrets  
[Folder 2 of 2]

1994

329

96-059

007

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