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Guide to the Graham Arthur Barden Papers, 1934-1960

Collection Overview

The Graham Arthur Barden Papers consist of the office files of Democratic Congressman Barden from his first election to Congress in 1934 through his retirement in 1960. Correspondence, public statements, and miscellaneous Items relate to his service as a member and then chairman of the House Committee on Education and Labor. His interest in matters concerning his constituents in the Third District of North Carolina is reflected throughout the collection.

Congressman Barden left his successor, Congressman David Newton Henderson, many papers about ongoing business, especially local projects. These papers came to the library in the Henderson Papers where they are filed, Consult the Inventory of the David N. Henderson Papers for this material that dates prior to 1961 when Henderson took office. The Barden material dates as early as 1930.

The Graham Arthur Barden Papers span Barden's political career from 1933 through his retirement in 1960. There is little material for 1933-1934. Scattered Items pertain to Barden's work in the North Carolina General Assembly and papers for 1934 deal chiefly with his successful campaign in North Carolina's Third Congressional District for the United States Congress. The papers from 1935 through 1960 form a comprehensive record of Barden's congressional activities. To facilitate the use of the collection, the Barden Papers have been arranged in the following series:

I. Subject Files

II. Education and labor

III General Legislation

IV. Correspondence

V. Personal

For more detailed information on the arrangement and content of each series, refer to the Series Descriptions and Container Listing which follow.

The Barden Papers consist in part of correspondence exchanged between Barden and other committee members, legislators, and officials of government agencies. Educators, labor leaders, businessmen, and prominent North Carolinians also communicated with Barden. A large category contains numerous letters from constituents in the Third District of North Carolina who wrote concerning local projects, employment prospects, veteran's benefits, and issues immediately affecting them. There is also a Quantity of "pressure mail" urging Barden to support or oppose certain legislation. Although this type of correspondence is often short and repetitive, it represents a broad geographical area outside of Barden's district and include letters providing comment ranging from the highly articulate to the semi-literate on issues of the day

In addition to correspondence, the Barden Papers contain typescripts and drafts of speeches, legal briefs, and reports. There is also printed material related to the development of various bills, including reports, hearings and confidential committee prints. Many such Items are public documents and have been retained because of the legislative history they reveal, because they have immediate relation to the collection, or because they contain corrections or marginalia written by Barden. Other government documents, however, such as final or complete copies of committee hearings and reports or documents sent to Barden as a courtesy, have been removed since they pertain only tangentially to the collection. A researcher may therefore wish to consult appropriate printed government documents located elsewhere in the Perkins Library.

Many printed Items that Barden collected for research for committee work or accumulated for general information have also been retained. Labor, education, and other partisan groups furnished many of these Items. The papers also contain clippings and some photographs, mainly of Seymour Johnson Air Force Base and Goldsboro, North Carolina.

As a whole, the Barden Collection illustrates legislative trends, particularly in education and labor, from the Depression to the Kennedy years, and the role that Barden played as a member and chairman of an important House Committee. Major issues include federal aid to education, labor-management relations, labor standards, and minimum wage legislation,

Coverage for legislation considered by committees other than Education and Labor is uneven and is likely to reflect Barden's own interests or viewpoints. Since Barden continually tried to serve his constituents, for example agriculture information is more abundant than foreign policy material. The Third District was largely rural, and agriculture, fishing, and related industries were important to the District, as were lumbering, preliminary processing of tobacco, and some furniture manufacturing. Barden was also instrumental in the establishment and development of several military installations in his district, including Camp Lejeune Marine Base and Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. These activities, as well as other issues of national importance, are reflected in the materials filed under General Legislation and in the Third District Projects and Constituent Concerns files.

Since Barden was consistently unopposed in congressional elections there is little campaign material, Family and exclusively personal material is also rare.

A note on Processing: The five series roughly parallel the arrangement of the tiles as they came from Barden's office, with some consolidation of smaller units, particularly in Series I, the Subject Series.

Certain Items or groups of material were not retained. These include duplicates standard and repetitive responses to pressure mail, and ephemeral material or papers pertaining to ordinary facilitative processes.

Samples from other categories were retained on the following basis:

1. Veteran's files - "C" names retained

2. Employment files - "C" names retained

3. Service Academy Appointments - General files and "C" names retained

4. Post Office - Morehead City files and files for county seats in district retained

Descriptive Summary

Title
Graham Arthur Barden papers, 1934-1960
Creator
Barden, Graham Arthur, 1896-1967
Extent
185 Linear feet, 370 Boxes
Repository
Duke University. David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Language
English.

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Contents of the Collection

Agriculture, 1940-1959

Material deals with general agricultural matters rather than specific crops, Much of the correspondence concerns Department of Agriculture regulations. Various Departmental reports are included.

Box 1 Folders 1-5
Air Force, 1950-1960
Box 1 Folder 6
Air Force Academy, 1950-1954
Box 1
Airports, ca. 1939-1943, 1951-1960

Early correspondence concerns the location of Army airports for national defense, Later material deals with Federal Aeronautics Administration allocations to North Carolina, rumors of airports to be built in Barden's district by the Civil Aeronautics Authority, and proposed air service to the district by national airlines.

Box 2 Folder 7
Alliance School Dredging Project, 1948
Box 2
Allotments, 1941-1946, 1951-1958

Correspondence revolves around Barden's attempts to assist wives and relatives of soldiers of the Third District in getting monthly allotments from the soldiers and the Federal government.

Box 3 Folders 13-16
Ambassador to the Vatican, Appointment of, 1951-1952
Box 3 Folder 17
American Legion, ca. 1937-1951
Box 3 Folders 17-18
Ancestors ca. 1955-1960

Material refers to Barden's ancestry.

Box 3 Folder 18
Arapahoe Community Building Project, 1934-1938
Box 3
Armories - State Projects, 1935-1936
Box 3
Army, ca. 1943-1960
Box 4 Folder 19
Article in U. S. A., 1953

This folder contains a copy of Barden's article, "Our Unsolved Labor Problems," which appeared in U. S. A., February, 1953, and letters thanking him for complimentary copies sent to friends and colleagues.

Box 4 Folder 20
Atlantic Ball Park Project, 1937
Box 4 Folder 21
Atlantic Dredging Project, 1935-1940
Box 4
Atlantic School Project, 1936
Box 4
Atomic Energy Commission, 1950
Box 4 Folder 21
Bachelor School Project, 1938
Box 4 Folder 22
Banks, 1953, 1958
Box 4
Bayboro Court House Project, 1936-1939
Box 4
Beach Erosion Project, 1935-1936

Most of this correspondence deals with patronage on the beach erosion project.

Box 4 Folders 22-23
Bear Creek Project, 1940
Box 4 Folder 23
Bear Inlet Project [1940]
Box 4
Beaufort Airport Project, 1942-1944
Box 4
Beaufort Community Building Project, 1935
Box 4
Beaufort Dock Project, 1938-1939
Box 4 Folder 24
Beaufort Federal Building Project, 1935-1937
Box 4
Beaufort Gymnasium Project, 1935-1936
Box 4
Beaufort Hospital Project, 1938
Box 4
Beaufort Lunch Room and Cannery Project, 1944
Box 4
Beaufort Radio Station, 1954
Box 4
Beaufort Recreation and Curb Market Project, 1940-1943
Box 4
Beaufort School Project, 1945-1946
Box 5 Folder 25
Berlin Situation, 1959
Box 5
Bogue Inlet Coast Guard Station, 1938-1939
Box 5
Brinson Memorial School Dormitory Project, 1938
Box 5
Browns Creek Project, 1935
Box 5
Buck Swamp Drainage Project, 1935
Box 5
Burgaw, Town of, 1952-1957
Box 5
Burgaw Sewer Project, 1936
Box 5
Burgaw Streets Project, 1938
Box 5
Cabbage, 1945
Box 5 Folder 26
Calico Creek Project, 1938-1939
Box 5
Calypso, Town of, 1954-1955
Box 5
Camp Lejeune High School Project, 1959
Box 5
Cape Fear River Project, 1935 - 39
Box 5
Carolina Beach Inlet Project, 1949
Box 5
Cartaret Rural Electrification Administration, 1940-1941
Box 5 Folder 27
Cartaret County School Project, 1936-1937
Box 5
Cartaret County Sewing Room Project 1937-1939
Box 5
Cartaret County Streets--Beaufort, 1938
Box 5
Casualties, World War II, 1941-1946

Correspondence concerning Barden's efforts to help his constituents determine whether or not family and friends in the Armed Forces were alive.

Box 5 Folders 28-30
Catherine Lake Project 1940
Box 6 Folder 31
Cedar Creek at Sealevel Project, 1937see also, Glovers Creek
Box 6
Census, ca. 1937-1959
Box 6 Folders 31-32
Census, Business, 1935-1936, 1948-1950
Box 6 Folder 32
Census, Farm, 1934-1935, 1944-1945
Box 6 Folder 33
Cherry Blossom Festival, 1956-1957
Box 6 Folder 33
Churches (U. S.) in Foreign Countries, 1954

Material refers to the closing of Protestant churches in Italy (Church of Christ) and Spain (Southern Baptist Mission).

Box 6
Churches, Property For, 1954

Information concerns the attempts by several Third District churches to rent or buy U. S. military base land for their use.

Box 6
Civil Aeronautics Administration, 1956-1958

This section includes a Raleigh-Durham Airport brief presented to the Civil Aeronautics Board in 1958 and information relating to airport projects under the Airport Program of the CAA.

Box 6
Civil Defense, 1956-1958

Included are reports of the North Carolina Council on Civil Defense.

Box 6 Folder 34
Civil Service Commission, ca. 1940-1959

This segment contains a May, 1944 , report by the CSC on the militarization of the Women's Air Force Service Pilots (WASPS)

Box 6
Civilian Conservation Corps, 1935-1940
Box 6 Folders 34-35
Clinton, Town of, 1955-1959
Box 6 Folder 36
Clinton Chamber of Commerce, 1946
Box 6
Clinton Hospital Project, 1938-1943
Box 6
Clinton School, 1938
Box 6
Clinton Sewage Facilities Project, 1951
Box 7 Folder 37
Clinton Streets Project, 1938
Box 7
Clinton Tobacco Market, 1945-1948
Box 7
Coal, 1945-1946, 1953

Most of the correspondence deals with coal shortages and Barden's efforts to increase the quotas of towns in his district.

Box 7 Folders 37-38
Coast Guard, 1934-1959

Correspondence relates mainly to Barden's attempts to assist Third District members of the Coast Guard in obtaining transfers to the North Carolina area. Other information of a more general nature on the Coast Guard is also contained in these folders.

Box 8 Folders 43-44
Coastal Plain Experiment Station, 1935-1940
Box 8 Folder 45
Coconut Oil, 1959
Box 8 Folder 46
Commerce, Department of, ca. 1946-1960
Box 8
Commissions, 1950-1951
Box 8
Communism, 1956
Box 8 Folder 47
Confederate Monuments, 1935, 1939

Material concerns the erection of memorials to Confederate soldiers and Robert E. Lee at Arlington National Cemetery.

Box 8
Confederate Widows, 1959-1960
Box 8 Folder 47
Contracts, 1950-1952

Much of this material deals with Federal government contracts

Box 8
Corn, 1948
Box 8
Corn-Hog Section, Agricultural Adjustment
Box 8
Administration, 1935-1936
Box 8
Cotton, 1949-1960
Box 8 Folder 48
Courtesy, 1959-1960
Box 8
Cove City Community Building Project, 1936
Box 8 Folder 49
Cove City Drainage Project 1938
Box 8
Cove City School Project, 1940
Box 8
Crackpots, 1953-1960

Letters from people Barden considered "crackpots."

Box 8 Folders 50-51
Craven County Forestry Project, 1939
Box 8 Folder 52
Craven County Sanitary Project, 1938
Box 8
Croatan National Forest Youth Camp Site, 1939-1940, 1948

Early correspondence deals with the location of the camp, and the establishment of a "white" camp before a "colored" one; later correspondence focuses on the attempt to complete the project which was interrupted by the war.

Box 8
Croatan School Project, 1938-1939
Box 8
Cuba, 1952
Box 8
Customs Houses, 1936
Box 8
Davis Harbor Project, 1939
Box 8
Defense, Department of, 1959-1960

Bulk of material on new directives by the Department concerning the movement of household goods of servicemen, and the awarding of that business to moving companies. Also includes correspondence on other defense contracts.

Box 8 Folders 52-53
Demobilization and Discharge Regulations, 1945
Box 8 Folder 53
Democratic Party, National and State, 1935-1939, 1946-1947, 1955-1960

Early material includes information on finances, the activities of the Democratic National Committee Women's Division, and a report of "The Cooperative Committee" for 1936-1937 . Material of 1940 's concerns the meeting of the Democratic Caucus of the 80th Congress. Later material concerns both national and state matters. National matters include: statements by the Democratic Advisory Council on important issues, Democratic Fact Sheet on Eisenhower-Nixon fiscal policy, and much material on 1960 Presidential Campaign (both nomination and election).

Box 8 Folders 53-55
None

State material deals with the activities of the N. C. Democratic Club of Washington, fund raising, and getting out the Democratic vote.

Box 9 Folders 53-55
Direct Loans, 1951-1959

Most material concerns Veterans Administration loans and policy statements; a few Small Business Administration loans.

Box 10 Folders 56-58
Dolls Creek Project 1937-1940, 1944
Box 10 Folder 59
Dover Community Building Project, 1938
Box 10
Duplin County Community Buildings and School, 1935-1938
Box 10
Duplin County Sewing Room, 1938
Box 10
Duplin County Teacherage and Auditorium, 1939
Box 10
East Carolina Cooperative Exchange, 1936
Box 10 Folder 60
East Carolina Regional Housing Authority, ca. 1941-1952
Economic Stabilization, Office of, 1951
Box 10 Folder 61
Education, North Carolina Department of, 1958
Box 10
Employees' Compensation Commission, 1934-1939
Box 11 Folder 62
Employment Security--U. S. & N. C., ca. 1946-1954
Box 11
Factory Landing Project, 1936-1937
Box 11
Faison Cold Storage Project, 1938
Box 11
Farm Security Administration, ca. 1938-1945

Most material deals with FSA statistics and constituents' problems with the FSA. 1943 investigative report of FSA by Rep. Harold Cooley.

Box 11 Folder 63
Farm Security Administration--Appointments
Box 11
Lists, 1935-1941
Box 11
Farmers Home Administration, ca. 1951-1957
Box 11
Federal Communications Commission, 1941-1960

Most material focuses on applications for radio and television station permits. 1954-1957 contains material on the Channel 5 controversy between WRAL and WPTF.

Box 11 Folders 64-66
Federal Housing Administration, 1935-1940
Box 11 Folder 67
None

Pamphlet (24pp.) on architectural modernization; pamphlet (24pp.) on "How to Have the Home You Want." 1939 - information on the investigation of the FHA in N. C.; Barden's views on the FHA. Statistics on FHA loans in N. C. March, 1940 - letter to Barden about Charles Laban Abernethy.

Box 12 Folder 68
Federal Land Bank, 1936
Box 12 Folder 68
Federal Power Commission, 1960

One case involves the need in Shelby, N. C., for more natural gas from Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Corp. through the FPC

Box 12
Federal Trade Commission, 1936

Address by FTC Commissioner Ewin L. Davis - "The Federal Trade Commission and Its Relation to Agriculture."

Box 12
Federal Works Agency, 1941-1944

Lists of approved FWA projects for North Carolina; information on miscellaneous FWA projects which do not have separate folders.

Box 12 Folder 69
Federated Cooperative Exchange, 1936, 1939
Box 12 Folder 70
Fertilizer, 1947

Material concerns a shortage of nitrogen used in making fertilizer.

Box 12
Fire Control Project, 1935-1936
Box 12
First Citizens Bank, 1935

Correspondence concerning efforts to establish branches in Rose Hill and Vanceboro through the Reconstruction Finance Corporation.

Box 12
Fish and Fisheries, 1941-1960

Correspondence related to Federal and state policies on the stocking of ponds through governmental assistance, the menhaden fishing industry, Pivers Island Federal Research Laboratory and the marine exhibit at Morehead City.

Box 12 Folders 71-72
Flags, 1955-1956
Box 12 Folder 73
Flood Insurance Program, 1957

Correspondence concerns how North Carolina can meet the qualifications for the Federal Flood Insurance Program.

Box 12
Fluoridation of Water, 1953

Correspondence focuses on pros and cons of fluoridation; also 17 pamphlets from the American Dental Association and the American Medical Association in favor of fluoridation.

Box 13 Folder 74
Forest Service, U. S. and N. C. ca. 1944-1959
Box 13 Folder 75
Fort Macon State Park Project, 1940
Box 13
Fremont Community Building Project, 1936
Box 13
Fremont School Project, 1940
Box 13
Gasoline 1941-1945

Bulk of correspondence deals with rationing of gasoline and Barden's efforts to assist his constituents.

Box 13 Folders 76-79
General Accounting Office, 1953-1954

Includes several bulletins from Lindsay Warren, Comptroller General and former Congressman from N. C.

Box 13 Folder 79
G. I. Bill, 1944-1952

Correspondence deals with attempts by GI's to get loans, problems with lending institutions and the Veterans Administration June-July, 1951 - several letters concern drinking at a "Veteran Colored School."

Box 14 Folder 80
Glovers Creek Project, 1937see also Cedar Creek Project.
Box 14
Goldsboro, Town of [1956?]

3 pamphlets: "Goldsboro," "Welcome to Goldsboro, North Carolina, and Seymour Johnson Air Force Base," and "Goldsboro, Wayne County, North Carolina, Industrial Survey."

Box 14 Folder 81
Goldsboro Airport Project, 1940-1942
Box 14
Goldsboro Fire Station Project, 1938
Box 14 Folder 82
Goldsboro Health Center, 1947

Correspondence deals with the sale of the Health Center building by the Federal Works Agency to Wayne County.

Box 14
Goldsboro Hospital Project, 1941-1944, 1956

Correspondence concerns needed expansion of the hospital because of its use by persons associated with Seymour Johnson Air Base.

Box 14
Goldsboro Municipal Golf Course, 1955
Box 14 Folder 83
Goldsboro Post Office, 1948
Box 14
Goldsboro Water and Sewer Project, 1938
Box 14
Goshen Swamp Drainage Project, 1939
Box 14
Grain Storage, 1951

Correspondence focuses on a proposal to build a Cooperative Grain Storage Facility at Faison, N.C

Box 14
Grave Marking Project for Veterans, 1939 - Correspondence concerns efforts to obtain Works Progress Administration funds
Box 14
Halls School Teacherage Project, 1938-1939
Box 14
Harkers Island Athletic Field Project, 1935-1936
Box 14
Harkers Island Harbor Project 1940
Box 14
Harkers Island Rural Electrification Administration Project, 1936-1939, 1941
Box 14
Havelock, Town of 1959

Correspondence deals with the acquisition of a government building to be used as the Havelock town hall

Box 14
Health, Education and Welfare, Department of, 1954-1957

Includes information on seamen's benefits through the Public Health Service and 1956 statistics on Old Age and Survivor's Insurance by state or by county in North Carolina.

Box 14
Henderson Textile Workers Strike, 1959

Bulk of material consists of clippings on the strike from N. C. newspapers: also copies of letters to Governor Hodges protesting use of National Guard, his reply and related statements: and several letters from the Textile Workers Union of America.

Box 14 Folder 84
Highway Program, 1959-1960
Box 14 Folder 85
Hobucken Bridge Project, 1937-1939
Box 14
Hobucken School Project, 1940-1941
Box 14
Holly Ridge School Project, 1947

Correspondence concerns the purchase of the old Holly Ridge School building by the Holly Ridge Baptist Church.

Box 14
Holly Ridge Water and Sewer Project, 1941, 1946-1947
Box 14
Holly Shelter Canal Project, 1951
Box 14
Holly Shelter Creek Project, undated
Box 14
Home Owners Loan Corporation, 1935-1939
Box 14 Folder 85
None

Correspondence revolves around Barden's attempts to assist constituents obtain loans from HOLC.

Box 15 Folder 86
Housing Administration, 1941-1960
Box 15 Folders 87-91
None

Includes Federal Housing Administration, National Housing Agency, and Public Housing Administration. Correspondence deals mainly with Barden's efforts to help constituents with loans and to aid Third District towns gain Federal assistance for housing shortages created by nearby military bases.

Box 16 Folder 92
Hull Swamp Project, 1935-1936
Box 16 Folder 93
Hunting--Laws and Regulations, ca. 1935-1960
Box 16 Folders 93-94
Hurricane Disaster, 1952-1959
Box 16 Folders 94-96
Inauguration, 1947, 1953, 1956-1957
Box 16 Folders 96-97
Indian Schools Project, 1940-1942
Box 16 Folder 97
Inland Waterway Property Disposal Project, 1956-1957
Box 16
Institute of Government (Chapel Hill) Project, 1935
Box 16 Folder 98
Insurance, 1958-1959

Protects from N. C. insurance companies concerning decisions by the Army and Air Force to become self-insurers. Internal Revenue Service, 1959-1960 Most correspondence deals with IRS rules concerning extensions for filing.

Box 16
Interior, Department of, 1936, 1944-1960
Box 16 Folder 98
None

Most correspondence concerns fees and commercial facilities on the Blue Ridge Parkway

Box 17 Folders 99-100
Interstate Commerce Commission, ca. 1952-1958
Box 17 Folder 100
Jacksonville Community Building Project, 1936, 1939-1940
Box 17 Folder 101
Jacksonville Court House Project, 1935
Box 17
Jacksonville Gymnasium Project, 1935
Box 17
Jacksonville Hospital Project, 1941-1945
Box 17
Jacksonville Housing Project, 1941-1943
Box 17 Folders 101-103
Jacksonville Paving Project, 1935-1936
Box 17 Folder 103
Jacksonville Recreation Facilities (USO), 1946-1947
Box 17 Folder 103
Jacksonville School Project, 1940-1942
Box 17 Folder 103-104
Jacksonville Sewer and Water Project, 1936-1937
Box 17 Folder 104
Jasper Teacherage Project, 1936
Box 17
Jones County Court House Project, 1935-1940
Box 17 Folder 104
None

Correspondence concerns efforts to obtain funds to build a new courthouse in Jones County.

Box 18 Folder 105
Joshua Creek Drainage Project, 1947
Box 18 Folder 105
Judgeship, 1945
Box 18
Justice, Department of, 1958-1960
Box 18
1936 :: Library Project
Box 18
1937: Cemetery Project
Box 18
Labor Camp Project, 1948

Correspondence centers on efforts to establish a labor camp at Bayboro, N. C.

Box 18
Labor, Department of, 1935, 1950-1959
Box 18
Libraries (North Carolina), 1957-1959
Box 18 Folder 106
Library (Depository), 1953

Material concerns designating the library at New Bern a government documents depository for the Third District.

Box 18
Library of Congress, 1952-1960

Includes lists of books lent by LC to Barden's staff.

Box 18
Light Houses, 1935-1939
Box 18 Folder 107
1935-1936: Community Building Project
Box 18
1939-1940: Post Office
Box 18
Lumber Code, 1935
Box 18
Lyon Swamp Drainage Project, 1944
Box 18
MacArthur Firing, 1951
Box 18
Magnolia High School 1952
Box 18
Mail Service (to replace #48 and #49 Highway Post Office) 1959
Box 18 Folder 109
Marine Corps, 1941-1949, 1960
Box 18
Maritime Commission 1960
Box 18
Marketing Centers, 1941

Material concerns centers for the War Department to buy food and goods for various military camps.

Box 18
Marketing Research, 1951
Box 18
1935: School Project
Box 18
1941-1942: Water and Sewer Project
Box 18
Menhaden Fishing Industry, 1960
Box 18 Folder 110
Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee, 1938

Material discusses ways the Federal government could aid fishermen and oystermen.

Box 18
Mid-East North Carolina Airport, 1956-1957
Box 18
Milk, 1942-1944

Correspondence concerns crisis in the dairy industry caused by high costs, and low prices imposed by the Office of Price Administrations

Box 19 Folders 111-112
Monuments and Markers, 1954-1955
Box 19 Folder 112
Moore's Creek Battleground, 1935-1936, 1947-1959
Box 19 Folders 112-113
Morehead City Airport Project 1936
Box 19 Folder 113
Morehead City Curb Market, 1940, 1945
Box 19
Morehead City Hospital Project, 1942-1947
Box 19 Folders 113-114
Morehead City Library Project, 1936, 1939
Box 19 Folder 114
Morehead City Paving Project, 1939-1940
Box 19
Morehead City School Project, 1947
Box 19
Morehead City USO Building, Purchase of, 1947-1948
Box 19
Mosquito Control, 1952-1960

Includes 1957report of the North Carolina Salt Marsh Mosquito Study Commission.

Box 19 Folders 114-115
Mount Olive, Town of, 1956-1960
Box 19 Folder 116
Mount Olive Airport, 1946
Box 19
Mount Olive Potato Curing House Project, 1937
Box 19
Mount Olive Sewer Project, 1935-1936
Box 19
Muster Out Pay, 1943-1945
Box 19
Nahunta Swamp Project, 1937
Box 19
National Flower, 1959
Box 19
National Guard 1949-1950, 1954, 1957-1960
Box 19 Folder 116
None

Material includes Federal assistance to National Guard to build armories, discussion over size and status of NG, and 1957 controversy caused by Sec. of Defense Wilson's statement referring to the NG as "draft dodging business."

Box 20 Folder 117
National Parks, 1959

Includes pictures of proposed Clingman's Dome tower in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.

Box 20 Folder 117
National Production Authority, 1951-1952
Box 20 Folders 117-118
National Recovery Act, 1935
Box 20 Folder 119
National Service Life Insurance Dividends, 1950-1952
Box 20
National War Agencies, 1943-1947
Box 20 Folders 120-121
None

Correspondence related to Barden's efforts to serve as an intermediary between his constituents and various Federal agencies concerned with all aspects of World War II.

Box 21-22 Folders 122-129
National Youth Administration, 1935-1943
Box 21-22 Folders 130-131
Naval Section Base, 1941-1942
Box 21-22 Folder 131
Navy, Department of ca. 1935-1959
Box 21-22 Folders 131-133
New Bern, City of, 1954-1960
Box 21-22 Folder 133
New Bern Airport, ca. 1935-1951
Box 21-22 Folder 134
1952-1957: Amber #9
Box 23 Folders 135-136
New Bern Armory Project, 1936-1937

Material includes photographs of armory dedication with Barden present

Box 23 Folder 137
New Bern Athletic Field, 1938
Box 23
New Bern Auditorium Project, 1935, 1938
Box 23
New Bern Cannery Building, 1940-1943
Box 23
New Bern 250th Celebration, 1959-1960
Box 23 Folder 138
New Bern Cemetery Project (Cedar Grove), 1937
Box 23
New Bern Colored Library Project, 1943-1944
Box 23
New Bern Community Center Project, 1946
Box 23
New Bern Court House and Jail Cleaning Project, 1937-1939
Box 23
New Bern Curb Market Project, 1938
Box 23
New Bern Gymnasium and Community Building Project, 1938-1940
Box 23 Folder 139
New Bern Harbor Project, 1937-1938
Box 23
New Bern Health Center Project, 1942-1943
Box 23
New Bern Hospital Project, 1942-1946, 1956
Box 23 Folders 139-140
New Bern Housing Project, 1940-1944, 1954
Box 24 Folder 141
New Bern Library Project, 1935
Box 24
New Bern Lunch Room Project, 1945
Box 24
New Bern Miscellaneous Projects, 1935-1936
Box 24
New Bern, National Avenue Improvement, 1943-1946
Box 24
New Bern National Cemetery Project, 1936-1938
Box 24
New Bern Recreation Center Project, 1941-1944
Box 24 Folders 141-142
New Bern Recreation Facilities, USO, 1945-1947
Box 24 Folder 142
New Bern Rent Control Office, 1943-1951
Box 24
New Bern Schools, 1945, 1952-1960
Box 24 Folder 143
New Bern Veterans Project, 1947
Box 24
New Bern Water and Light Project, 1938-1943
Box 24
New Bern Yacht Basin Project, 1935-1936
Box 24 Folder 144
New Bern Youth Center Project, 1940-1942
Box 24
New River Works Progress Administration, 1938n,
Box 24
Newport Gymnasium and Tennis Court Project, ca. 1935-1940
Box 24
Newport River Project, 1937
Box 24
Newport Water and Sewer Project, 1942
Box 24
Newspaper Correspondence, 1935-1936
Box 24
Newton Grove School Project, 1942-1943
Box 24
North Carolina, State of, 1950-1960
Box 24 Folders 145-146
North Carolina Delegation, 1935-1936
Box 24 Folder 146
North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1935-1936
Box 24
North Carolina Highways and State Highway Commission, ca. 1935-1960
Box 25 Folders 147-149
North Carolina Organizations, 1953-1959
Box 25 Folder 149
North Carolinians in Washington, 1935
Box 25 Folder 150
Oak Island Coast Guard Channel, 1947
Box 25
Office of Price Stabilization, 1951-1952
Box 25
None
Box 25 Folders 151-152
Office of Production Management, 1942-1943
Box 25
None

Material reflects Barden's efforts to aid constituents in their dealings with OPM and OPM regulations.

Box 26-27 Folders 153-161
Oil and Fuel, 1947-1948

Correspondence concerns fuel shortages in the Third District.

Box 26-27 Folder 162
Old Age Assistance, 1936-1940, 1949-1959
Box 26-27 Folders 162-164
None

Barden assists elderly in obtaining assistance from the Federal government.

Box 26-27 Folder 165
1935-1937, 1953: School Projects
Box 26-27
1939: Cemetery Project
Box 26-27
1956: Drainage Project
Box 26-27
Oriental Bridge Project, 1936-1939
Box 26-27
Oysters, 1935, 1946-1954

Correspondence concerns a private bill to allow compensation to oyster farmers for the killing of oysters caused by the discharge of sewerage and waste from military bases.

Box 26-27 Folders 166-167
Pamlico Coast Guard (USS), 1935-1940
Box 26-27 Folder 168
Pamlico County Playgrounds Project, 1940
Box 26-27
Pamlico County Wood Cutting Project, 1936
Box 26-27
Passports and Visas (sample), 1953-1956
Box 26-27 Folder 169
Patents, ca. 1951-1957
Box 26-27
Peanuts, 1954-1960
Box 26-27
1935: Court House Project
Box 26-27
1938: Sanitary Project
Box 26-27
Penderlea, 1935-1939
Box 26-27 Folder 170
None

Penderlea was a homesteading project in which Barden was greatly interested. Material includes 1935 financial records, and a pamphlet, "Southern Rural Life- The Problem, The Solution," as well as correspondence on the project and its problems.

Box 29 Folders 171-174
Pharmacy Corps Bill and Correspondence, 1942-1943
Box 29 Folder 175
Pickles, 1935-1940
Box 29
Pigeons 1958
Box 29
Pikeville Water and Sewer Project, 1936-1939, 1942
Box 29 Folder 176
Pine Lumber Company, 1935-1938
Box 29
Piney Grove Playground Project, 1936
Box 29
Pinners Point, 1938
Box 29
Plywood, 1954, 1959
Box 29
Port Terminal and Beaufort Railroad, 1935-1938
Box 30 Folders 177-179
Post Office Department 1959-1960
Box 30 Folder 179
Postwar Projects--North Carolina, 1944-1947
Box 30
Potatoes, ca. 1934-1958
Box 30 Folders 180-182
None

Correspondence reflects Barden's efforts to assist potato farmers in their dealings with the Federal government in such matters as production and transportation.

Box 31 Folders 183-187
Poultry, 1959-1960
Box 31 Folder 187
Price Ceilings and War Production Board Regulations, 1944-1947
Box 31 Folders 187-188
Prisoner of War Labor, 1944-1945
Box 32 Folder 189
Public Assistance, 1958-1959
Box 32
Public Works Administration Projects Lists 1935-1936
Box 32
Publications--Sample Letters, 1938-1940, 1950-1958

Samples of letters mailed to Third District residents offering various publications for their use.

Box 32 Folders 189-190
Quartermaster's Depot Project 1941
Box 32 Folder 190
Radioactive Waste, Disposal of, 1959
Box 32 Folder 191
Railroad, 1950
Box 32
Recommendations, 1954-1960

Includes letters of recommendation for blacks and whites

Box 32 Folders 191-192
Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1950-1953
Box 32 Folder 193
Rent Control, 1951-1953
Box 32
Reserve Officer Corps, 1934-1935
Box 32
Reserve Officer Training Corps, 1950-1954
Box 32
Resettlement Administration, 1935-1938
Box 32 Folder 194
Richlands Community House Project, 1935-1938
Box 33 Folder 195
Richlands Library Project, 1935-1938
Box 33
Richlands Sewer Project, 1935-1936
Box 33
Rivers and Harbors--Wilmington, N. C., District, Project Index and Maps, 1938, 1939
Box 33 Folders 195-196
Belgrade to Swansboro Highway, 1940
Box 33 Folder 196
Cartaret County Roads, 1938
Box 33
Cape Lookout Road, 1935-1936
Box 33
Cedar Island Road Project, 1935
Box 33
Cotton Road Landscaping Project, 1939
Box 33
Craven County, Route #101, 1938-1940
Box 33
Dover-New Bern Road, 1935
Box 33
Fort Barnwell-Dover Road Project, 1938
Box 33
Goldsboro-Fayetteville Road, 1938
Box 33
Harkers Island Road and Bridge, 1936-1940
Box 33 Folder 197
Jones County Road, 1935, 1939
Box 33
Lowland Road Project, 1938-1940
Box 33
Lukens Road Project 1938
Box 33
Marshallburg Road, 1935-1936
Box 33
Merriman Road Project, 1936-1938
Box 33
Mill Creek Road, 1938-1939
Box 33
Minnesott Beach Road Project, 1937-1938
Box 33 Folder 198
Mount Olive Road, 1935-1936
Box 33
Moore's Creek Battleground Road, 1935
Box 33
Onslow County Road Project, 1939
Box 33
Oriental to Minnesott Road, 1938
Box 33
Pender County Highway #53, 1940
Box 33
Plymouth to Minnesott Beach Road, 1941
Box 33
Reelsboro Road, 1938
Box 33
Rose Hill Road, 1940
Box 33
St. Helena Road Project, 1936
Box 33
Smyrna Road Project, 1937
Box 33
Sneads Ferry Road and Bridge, 1935-1936
Box 33 Folder 199
Topsail Road Project, 1937
Box 33
Vanceboro Road, 1935
Box 33
Warsaw to Wallace Road, 1935
Box 33
Roanoke River, 1955
Box 33
Rose Hill, City of, 1939, 1954-1955, 1960
Box 33
Rose Hill Cold Storage, 1937, 1941
Box 33
Rose Hill Packing Company, 1944-1946
Box 33 Folder 200
Roseboro Agricultural Building Project, 1936
Box 33
Rural Electrification Administration, 1935-1957
Box 33 Folder 200
None

Most of correspondence deals with Barden's aid to Third District communities in helping them to get electricity. Includes maps and statistics. Some excellent letters (especially 1955 ) on Barden's dealings with REA and various power corporations, including Carolina Power and Light Company and Tarheel Electric Membership Association. 1954--progress report on REA in N. C. 1957-- pamphlet, "Facts about Four County Electric Membership Corporation."

Box 34-35 Folders 201-208
Rural Electrification Administration: Jones Onslow Electric Membership Corporation, ca. 1941-1957
Box 34-35 Folders 209-210
Salemburg School Project, 1939
Box 34-35 Folder 211
1937: Building Cleaning Project
Box 34-35
1937-1939: Court House Project
Box 34-35
1940: Sewing Room Project
Box 34-35
1950: Health Center
Box 34-35
Scholarships, 1959-1960
Box 34-35
Secretaries, ca. 1938-1943

Letters of application for the position of secretary to Barden, 1939 --most of correspondence concerns Tom McGee's heart attack and recovery, Some correspondence between Barden and McGee about Third District matters.

Box 34-35 Folders 211-212
Seed Loan Bill 1934-1936
Box 34-35 Folder 212
Segregation, 1941, 1954-1960

1941--essay on Benjamin Franklin and the Jews, 1954-1960 includes much printed material--speeches and essays--opposing racial integration, with some "hate" literature against the blacks. Barden shows no hesitancy to express his views, opposing integration and Federal interference in public (i.e. state-controlled) schools. 1955--reprint of Frank Porter Graham article from Virginia Quarterly Review on segregation, autographed with a personal note to Barden.

Box 36 Folders 213-216
Selective Service, 1941-1946, 1949-1959
Box 36 Folders 216-218
None

Most correspondence deals with attempts to obtain agricultural deferments for draftees.

Box 37 Folders 219-220
Sewage Disposal, 1960
Box 37 Folder 220
Shaken Creek Project, 1939
Box 37
Shipyards, 1940-1943
Box 37 Folder 221
Small Business Administration, 1954-1959
Box 37 Folder 222
Smith Creek Bridge Project, 1937-1939
Box 37
Smyrna Gymnasium Project 1937-1939
Box 37
Smyrna School Project, 1940-1942
Box 37 Folder 223
Sneads Ferry Breakwater Project, 1958
Box 37
Sneads Ferry Sewing Project, 1938
Box 37
Social Security, 1952-1960
Box 37 Folders 223-224
None

Barden assists constituents in dealing with Social Security regulations and eligibility requirements.

Box 37 Folder 225
Socialized Medicine, 1949 1951-1952, 1954

Correspondence and resolutions reflecting public opinion on a national health insurance plan.

Box 38 Folders 225-226
Soil Conservation Checks, 1937-1938

Correspondence shows Barden's assistance to constituents having problems with governmental red tape. Some material concerns tobacco acreage allotments.

Box 38 Folders 226-228
Soil Erosion--Neuse River, 1945
Box 38 Folder 228
Soil Surveys, ca 1953-1960

Material includes annual reports of the Lower Neuse Conservation District (1952) and the Southeastern Soil Conservation District (1953, 1959 )

Box 38
Southeastern Power Administration, 1951-1952
Box 38 Folders 229-230
Soybeans, 1955, 1957
Box 39 Folder 231
State Department, ca. 1948-1959
Box 39
Stonewall Auditorium Project, 1940
Box 39
Stoney Creek Drainage Project, 1936
Box 39
Straits Athletic Field Project, 1936-1937
Box 39
Strawberries, 1944-1946
Box 39 Folders 231-232
Sugar, 1944-1947

Material relating to governmental rationing of sugar and constituents' problems in dealing with the regulations.

Box 39 Folder 233
Supreme Court, 1958-1959
Box 39
Surplus Commodities Corporation, 1937-1940
Box 39 Folders 233-234
Surplus Marketing, 1941-1942
Box 39 Folder 235
Surplus Property, 1944-1950, 1955-1958
Box 39 Folders 235-236
None

Barden aids constituents in obtaining surplus government property (e.g. land, buildings, and goods).

Box 40 Folders 237-242
Swanaboro Recreation Center Project, 1947
Box 41 Folder 243
Swanaboro U. S. O., 1941, 1943
Box 41
Swanaboro Water and Sewer, 1938-1939, 1941-1943, 1947
Box 41 Folders 243-244
Sweet Potatoes, 1945
Box 41 Folder 244
Swift Creek Drainage Project, 1935-1939, 1956
Box 41
Tar River Drainage Project, 1935
Box 41 Folder 245
Tariff, 1956-1957, 1959-1960

Material includes report ( February 1957) entitled "Supplemental Cotton Textile Tariff Study."

Box 41
Tax on Federal Land, 1952
Box 41
Telephones, 1952-1955-1958
Box 41
Tobacco, 1935-1960
Box 41 Folder 246- 248
None

Correspondence generally reflects Barden's assistance to Third District constituents in dealing with governmental regulations concerning such matters as tobacco acreage allotments transportation, and marketing.

Box 42-43 Folders 249-256
Tobacco Cloth, Flue and Twine, 1945-1947, 1950
Box 42-43 Folders 256-258
Tobacco Markets, 1945-1949

Material concerns developing and maintaining tobacco markets at New Bern, Wallace, and Goldsboro.

Box 42-43 Folders 258-259
Town Creek Project, 1938
Box 42-43 Folder 259
Trent River Bridge Project, 1951-1952
Box 42-43
Trent River Dredging Project, 1940-1941
Box 42-43
Truck Applications, 1943-1945
Box 42-43 Folder 260
None

Correspondence deals with constituents' attempts to purchase trucks and the restrictions on such purchases imposed by the Federal government during World War II.

Box 44 Folders 261-264
Tryon Palace, 1939-1940

Correspondence concerns attempts to develop Tryon Palace as an historic site. Efforts were later halted by World War II.

Box 44 Folder 264
United Nations, 1954-1958
Box 44
1935-1936: Sewer Project
Box 44
1936: Bridge Project
Box 44
1940: Recreational Project
Box 44
1957, 1959: Vanceboro, City of
Box 44
1938: Oyster Planting Project
Box 44
1938: Streets Project
Box 44
Veterans Hospital Project, 1947-1949
Box 44
Veterans Life Insurance, 1954
Box 44
Vocational Rehabilitation Program, 1944-1945, 195S
Box 44 Folder 266
Voice of America, 1951-1953

Letters in May, 1952, concern the Voice of America and its connections with F. E. Carlyle's political campaign.

Box 44
1938, 1941: Community Building
Box 44
1940: School Project
Box 44
1942: Canneries Project
Box 44
War Claims Commission, 1950-1953
Box 44
War, Department of, 1935-1936, 1939
Box 44 Folder 266
None

Correspondence generally concerns Barden's aid to veterans in obtaining duplicate discharge certificates and his assistance to local communities in scheduling Army units (e.g. bands, airplanes) for special celebrations.

Box 45 Folder 267
Warsaw: Stewart Creek Project, 1936
Box 45 Folder 268
Water Rights and Water Pollution, 1959

Material includes booklet and addresses: "Comprehensive Pollution Abatement Plan for the Cape Fear River Basin," "Federal Encroachment on State Water Rights" (an address by Clarence A. Davis, former Solicitor and Under Secretary of the Interior), and "State Versus Federal Water Rights" (an address by Burnham Enersen).

Box 45
Wayne County Memorial Community Building, 1941, 1943, 1945
Box 45
1940: Court House
Box 45
1953: Critical Defense Housing Area
Box 45
1954: Drought Relief
Box 45
1956: Drainage Project
Box 45
Wayne County Schools, 1935-1938, 1956-1960
Box 45
Wayne County Veterans Hospital, 1937-1938
Box 45 Folder 270
Western Union, 1951
Box 45 Folder 271
White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1959
Box 45
White House Mementos, 1951-1952
Box 45
White Oak River Project, 1938-1939
Box 45
Wild Life Resources Commission, ca. 1945-1957
Box 45
Wilmington: Critical Defense Housing Area, 1951
Box 45
Wilson Stadium, 1939
Box 45
Work Relief, 1935
Box 45
Works Progress Administration, 1935-1943
Box 45 Folders 271-272
None

Material includes notices of the passage of Third District projects and miscellaneous correspondence concerning various projects. October 7, 1935--outline of the Federal Writers Project. February,1936--list of WPA projects for the Third District with their costs, descriptions, and sponsor's justifications.

Box 46 Folders 273-278
Yacht Basin Project--Morehead City, 1940
Box 46 Folder 278
Air Direction Center Calypso, N. C., 1958
Box 47 Folder 279
Cherry Point, ca. 1941-1954
Box 47 Folders 280-286
Cherry Point, ca. 1955-1960
Box 48 Folders 287-288
Access Bridge, 1951-1952
Box 48 Folder 289
New Bern School, 1949-1955
Box 48 Folder 290
Apprentice School, 1952-1955
Box 48 Folder 291
Planner & Estimator Dispute, 1954
Box 48 Folder 292
Fuel, 1956
Box 48 Folder 293
Quonset Huts, 1956-1957
Box 48 Folder 294
Power Plant, 1958-1959
Box 48 Folder 295
Camp Davis, Hollyridge, N. C.
Box 48 Folders 296-297
Camp Davis
Box 49 Folders 298-300
Camp Lejeune--Cherry Point Railroad
Box 49 Folders 301-304
Camp Lejeune--Cherry Point Railroad
Box 50 Folders 305-306
Camp Lejeune Railroad: ICC Hearings, 1955-1959
Box 50 Folder 307
Walmor Hotel, 1951
Box 50
Bombing & Shelling, 1955-1959
Box 50 Folder 309
Theaters, 1956
Box 50 Folder 310
Air Facility Housing, 1957-1958
Box 50 Folders 311-312
Post Exchange, 1958
Box 50 Folder 313
Miscellaneous
Box 50 Folders 314-315
Camp Lejeune: Miscellaneous
Box 51 Folder 316
Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, Goldsboro, N. C., 1941-1960
Box 51 Folders 317-321
Seymour Johnson
Box 52 Folders 322-328
Seymour Johnson
Box 53 Folder 329
Seymour Johnson Field, 1945.

Notebook, 29 pp. with maps of Goldsboro and the air base. Correspondence about establishment, expansion, and maintenance of the base

Box 53 Folder 330
Analysis, Preliminary Master Plan for Seymour Johnson Field, March 1947, 13 pp.
Box 53 Folder 331
Seymour Johnson Field, Supplemental Brief May 25, 1947. 100 pages
Box 53 Folder 332
In re Seymour Johnson Field, 1948
Box 53 Folder 333
Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. Prepared for Subcommittee of Senate and House Conferees Sept. 20, 1951.
Box 53 Folder 334
Seymour Johnson Field and Goldsboro, N. C. Photographs (ca 100)
Box 53 Folder 335
Seymour Johnson Field. July 14, 1951. With Photographs.
Box 54 Folder 336
Goldsboro, N. C, Photographs, ca. 1951
Box 54 Folder 337
Comments on Seymour Johnson
Box 54 Folders 338-339
Stallings Air Force Base, Kinston, N. C., 1957
Box 54 Folder 340
Military Installations: Correspondence, A-F
Box 54 Folders 341-342
Military Installations: Correspondence, G-Z
Box 55 Folders 343-347
Military Draft, 1948
Box 55 Folder 348
Universal Military Training: Special, 1951
Box 55 Folder 349
Universal Military Training: Special, 1951
Box 56 Folders 350-352
18 Year Old Draft: General
Box 56 Folders 353-355
18 Year Old Draft: General
Box 57 Folders 356-361
18 Year Old Draft: General
Box 58 Folders 362-364
Universal Military Training (Black notebook)
Box 58 Folder 365
Universal Military Training: Special, 1952
Box 58 Folders 366-367
Universal Military Training: Special, 1952
Box 59 Folders 368-369
Universal Military Training: General, 1952
Box 59 Folders 370-373
Universal Military Training: General, 1952
Box 60 Folders 374-379
Universal Military Training: General, 1952
Box 61 Folders 380-383
Universal Military Training: 1953-1954
Box 61 Folder 384
Universal Military Training: 1955(Floor debate)
Box 61 Folder 385
Universal Military Training: Special, 1955
Box 62 Folder 386
Universal Military Training: General, 1955
Box 62 Folders 387-391
Universal Military Training: General, 1955
Box 63 Folders 392-393
Universal Military Training: 1956(Rreserve Forces Act)
Box 63 Folder 394
Air Force Academy
Box 63 Folder 395
Army: Miscellaneous
Box 63 Folder 396
West Point
Box 63 Folders 397-398
West Point
Box 64 Folders 399-400
Coast Guard Academy
Box 64 Folder 401
Merchant Marine Academy
Box 64 Folder 402
Naval Academy
Box 64 Folders 403-406
Service Academy Applications, Caffrey-Clark
Box 64 Folder 407
Service Academy Applications, Clark-Cummings
Box 65 Folders 408-409
Veterans, Caffrey-Carraway
Box 65 Folders 410-413
Veterans, Carraway-Cotton
Box 66 Folders 414-419
Veterans, Coward-Cuthrell
Box 67 Folders 420-423
Employment, Cade-Cannon
Box 67 Folders 424-425
Employment, Cannon-Cason
Box 68 Folders 426-431
Employment, Cash-Cook
Box 69 Folder 432-437
Employment, Cook-Croom
Box 70 Folders 438-444
Employment, Croom-Cutler
Box 71 Folder 445
Post Office: Miscellaneous
Box 71 Folder 446
Post Office Department
Box 71 Folder 447
Bayboro (Pamlico Co.) Post Office
Box 71 Folder 448
Burgaw (fender Co.) Post Office
Box 71 Folders 449-451
Clinton (Sampson Co.) Post Office
Box 71 Folders 452-453
Clinton Post Office
Box 72 Folders 454-458
Goldsboro (Wayne Co.) Post Office
Box 72 Folders 459-460
Goldsboro Post Office
Box 73 Folders 461-463
Jacksonville (Onslow Co.) Post Office
Box 73 Folders 464-466
Jacksonville Post Office
Box 74 Folders 467-468
Kenansville (Duplin Co.) Post Office
Box 74 Folders 469-470
Morehead City
Box 74 Folders 471-473
New Bern (Craven Co.) Post Office
Box 75 Folders 474-480
New Bern Post Office
Box 76 Folders 481-484
Trenton (Jones Co.) Post Office
Box 76 Folders 485-486
Education
Box 77 Folder 1
Library Committee
Box 77 Folder 2
Labor: Wagner Bill
Box 77 Folder 3
Labor: General
Box 77
Education
Box 77 Folders 5-7
Labor
Box 77 Folders 8-10
Labor
Box 78 Folders 11-17
Education
Box 79 Folder 18
Labor
Box 79 Folders 19-23
Labor
Box 80 Folders 24-29
Labor
Box 81 Folders 30-35
Labor
Box 82 Folder 36
Education: General
Box 82 Folder 37
Vocational Rehabilitation (Blind)
Box 82 Folder 38
Library Committee
Box 82 Folder 39
Labor
Box 82 Folders 40-41
Education: General
Box 82 Folder 42
Vocational Rehabilitation
Box 82 Folders 43-44
Advisory Commission on the Study of Higher Education
Box 82 Folder 45
Advisory Commission (continued)
Box 83 Folder 46
Library
Box 83 Folder 47
Labor
Box 83 Folder 48
Education: General
Box 83 Folders 49-50
Education: Vocational
Box 83 Folders 51-53
Education: Vocational
Box 84 Folder 54
Vocational Rehabilitation
Box 84 Folder 55
Report of the Advisory Commission on the Study of Higher Education
Box 84 Folders 56-57
Library
Box 84 Folder 58
Labor
Box 84 Folders 59-61
Education: Federal Aid
Box 85 Folder 62
Vocational
Box 85 Folder 63
Vocational Rehabilitation
Box 85 Folder 64
Joint Committee on Labor-Management Relations: Taft-Hartley Act
Box 85 Folders 65-69
Joint Committee on Labor-Management Relations: Taft-Hartley Act
Box 86 Folders 70-72
Labor
Box 86 Folder 73
Education & Labor Comm.: General Papers
Box 86 Folder 74
Education--General: Burke Bill
Box 86 Folders 75-77
Education--General: Burke Bill
Box 87 Folder 78
General
Box 87 Folder 79
Federal Aid (Comparative print)
Box 87 Folder 80
Federal Aid (Jan.-June 1949)
Box 87 Folders 81-85
Federal Aid (June 1949)
Box 88 Folders 86-91
Federal Aid (June-July, 1949)
Box 89 Folders 92-97
Federal Aid (July 1949)
Box 90 Folders 98-104
Federal Aid (July 1949)
Box 91 Folders 105-111
Federal Aid (July 1949)
Box 92 Folders 112-118
Federal Aid (July 1949)
Box 93 Folders 119-124
Federal Aid (Aug. 1949)
Box 94 Folders 125-130
Federal Aid (Aug. 1949-early 1950)
Box 95 Folders 131-136
Federal Aid (1950, Feb.-Apr.)
Box 96 Folders 137-142
Federal Aid (1950, Apr.-Dec.)
Box 97 Folders 143-147
Federal Aid, Miscellaneous
Box 148-149
Federal Aid, Speeches
Box 98 Folder 150
Federal Aid, Atlanta Speech
Box 98 Folder 151
Federal Aid, Printed Material
Box 98 Folders 152-154
Education--General: Federal Impact Legislation
Box 98 Folder 155
Education--Special: Vocational
Box 98 Folder 156
Education--Special: Vocational Rehabilitation (Barden-LaFollette Act)
Box 99 Folder 157
Library Demonstration Bill
Box 99 Folder 158
Labor Relations: Taft-Hartley
Box 99 Folders 159-162
Labor Standards: Minimum Wage
Box 99 Folders 163-166
Labor Standards: Minimum Wage
Box 100 Folders 167-170
Overtime Pay
Box 100 Folder 171
Labor: Legislation
Box 100 Folders 172-174
Education & Labor Comm.: General Papers
Box 100 Folder 175
Personnel
Box 101 Folder 176
Bailey Bill
Box 101
Defense Housing
Box 101 Folder 178
General
Box 101 Folders 179-181
Impacted Areas (P.L. 874 & 815)
Box 101 Folders 182-183
Impacted Areas
Box 102 Folder 184
Subcommittee on Federal Activities in Education
Box 102 Folder 185
Library Services
Box 102 Folders 186-188
Nursing
Box 102 Folder 189
School Health & Safety
Box 102 Folder 190
Scholarship Bill
Box 102 Folder 191
Vocational
Box 102 Folder 192
Blind Aid Bills
Box 102 Folder 193
Handicap Bills
Box 102 Folder 194
Handicap Bill
Box 103 Folder 195
Vocational Rehabilitation
Box 103 Folder 196
Education: Legislation
Box 103 Folders 197-198
Joint Subcommittee on Defense Production: Wage Scale, Savannah River Project
Box 103 Folder 199
Labor--Wage Stabilization Board: Lucas Amendment
Box 103 Folder 200
Labor--Wage Stabilization Board: Frank Slay
Box 103 Folder 201
Labor--Wage Stabilization Board: Steel Strike
Box 103 Folder 202
Labor--Wage Stabilization Board: General
Box 103 Folder 203
Labor--Wage Stabilization Board: General
Box 104 Folders 204-209
Subcommittee on Labor Relations: Taft-Hartley
Box 105 Folder 210
Subcommittee on Labor Relations: Industry-Wide Bargaining
Box 105 Folder 211
Subcommittee on Labor Relations: Industry-Wide Bargaining (notebook)
Box 105 Folder 212
Subcommittee on Labor Relations: Paducah, Ky
Box 105 Folder 213
Labor Standards: Child Labor (H.R. 1271)
Box 105 Folders 214-216
Labor Standards: Walsh-Healy
Box 106 Folder 217
Subcommittee on Coal Mine Safety
Box 106 Folders 218-219
Labor: Legislation
Box 106 Folders 220-222
Education & Labor Comm.: General Papers
Box 106 Folder 223
Education & Labor Comm.:Personnel
Box 106 Folder 224
Subcommittee on Investigation of Federal Educational Activities
Box 106 Folder 225
Special Subcommittee on Federal Aid to School Construction
Box 106 Folder 226
Special Subcommittee on Federal Aid to School Construction
Box 107 Folders 227-228
Education--General: Emergency School Construction
Box 107 Folder 229
Education--General: Federal Impact
Box 107 Folder 230
Education--General: Hull Amendment (Oil Revenues)
Box 107 Folder 231
Education--Special: Randolph-Shepherd Bill (Blind)
Box 107 Folder 232
Education--Special: Handicapped
Box 107 Folder 233
Education--Special: Barden-LaFollette Act (Vocational Rehabilitation)
Box 107 Folder 234
Education--Special: Barden-LaFollette Act
Box 108 Folder 235
Education--Special: Vocational Education
Box 108 Folders 236-239
Education: Legislation
Box 108 Folders 240-242
Labor Relations Subcommittee: Smith Bill (H.R 3999)
Box 109 Folder 243
Labor Relations Subcommittee: Industry-Wide Bargaining
Box 109 Folder 244
Labor Relations Subcommittee: Textile Industry
Box 109 Folder 245
Labor Relations Subcommittee: Murray-Dingell-Rhodes
Box 109 Folder 246
Labor Relations Subcommittee: International Typographical Union (notebook)
Box 109 Folder 247
Labor Relations Subcommittee: Taft-Hartley
Box 109 Folders 248-249
Labor Relations Subcommittee: Taft-Hartley, 1953
Box 110 Folders 250-255
Labor Relations Subcommittee: Taft-Hartley, 1953-1954
Box 111 Folders 256-261
Labor Relations Subcommittee: Taft-Hartley, 1954
Box 112 Folders 262-267
Labor Relations Subcommittee: Taft-Hartley
Box 113 Folders 268-269
Labor Relations Subcommittee: Taft-Hartley (notebook)
Box 113 Folder 270
Labor Relations Subcommittee: NLRB
Box 113 Folders 271-273
Labor Relations Subcommittee: NLRB
Box 114 Folders 274-275
Labor Relations Subcommittee: Railroad Closed Shop (PL 914)
Box 114 Folder 276
Labor Standards: Davis Bacon
Box 114 Folder 277
Labor Standards: Minimum Wage
Box 114 Folder 278
Labor Standards: Fair Labor Standards Act
Box 114 Folder 279
Labor: Legislation
Box 114 Folders 280-282
Labor: Legislation
Box 135 Folders 283-286
Education & Labor Comm.: General Papers
Box 135 Folders 287-289
Education & Labor Comm.: Personnel
Box 116 Folder 290
Subcommittee on Civilian Awards
Box 116 Folder 291
Education--General: Federal Aid
Box 116 Folders 292-298
Education--General: Federal Aid
Box 117 Folders 299-300
Education--General: White House Conference
Box 117 Folder 301
Subcommittee to Amend P.L. 815-874: Impact Legislation
Box 117 Folder 302
Subcommittee to Amend P.L. 815-874: Quantico Schools
Box 117 Folder 303
Subcommittee to Amend P.L. 815-874: On-Base Schools
Box 117 Folder 304
Subcommittee to Amend P.L. 815-874: Indian Reservation Schools
Box 117 Folder 305
Subcom. on Federal Aid for Library Service
Box 118 Folders 306-308
Subcommittee on Fine Arts
Box 118 Folder 309
Subcommittee on Aid to the Blind
Box 118 Folder 310
Education--Special: Retarded Children
Box 118 Folder 311
Education--Special: Juvenile Delinquency
Box 118 Folder 312
Education--Special: Vocational Rehabilitation
Box 118 Folder 313
Education--Special: Vocational Education
Box 118 Folder 314
Education--Special: Scholarships in Sciences
Box 118 Folder 315
Education: Legislation
Box 118 Folders 316-317
Subcommittee on Fair Labor Standards Act
Box 119 Folders 318-322
Subcommittee on Fair Labor Standards Act: Windsor Cotton Company
Box 119 Folder 323
Subcommittee to Extend Minimum Wage to American Samoa, Guam, etc.
Box 119 Folder 324
Subcommittee to Extend Minimum Wage to American Samoa, Guam, etc.
Box 120 Folders 325-326
Labor Standards: Davis Bacon Act
Box 120 Folder 327
Labor Relations: Taft-Hartley
Box 120 Folder 328
Labor Relations: Lundy Packing Company
Box 120 Folder 329
Labor Relations: Labor Unions
Box 120 Folder 330
Labor Relations: Railway Labor Act
Box 120 Folder 331
Labor Relations: Right to Work
Box 120 Folder 332
Labor Relations: Strikes
Box 121 Folder 333
Labor Relations: Racketeering
Box 121 Folder 334
Labor Relations: NLRB
Box 121 Folders 335-336
Subcommittee to Investigate Welfare and Pensions
Box 121 Folder 337
Subcommittee on Longshoremen's & Harbor Workers' Compensation Act
Box 121 Folder 338
Subcommittee on Mine Safety
Box 121 Folder 339
Employment Compensation
Box 121 Folder 340
Labor: Legislation
Box 121 Folders 341-343
Education & Labor Committee: General Papers
Box 122 Folders 344-346
Education & Labor Committee: Personnel
Box 122 Folder 347
Education & Labor Committee: Department Reports
Box 122 Folder 348
Subcommittee on General Education: General Papers
Box 122 Folder 349
Subcommittee on General Education: Educational Recommendations and Scholarship Programs
Box 122 Folder 350
Subcommittee on General Education: Educational Recommendations
Box 123 Folder 351
Subcommittee on General Education: Federal Aid to School Construction
Box 123 Folders 352-356
Subcommittee on General Education: Federal Aid to School Construction
Box 124 Folders 357-363
Subcommittee on General Education: Federal Aid to School Construction
Box 125 Folders 364-369
Subcommittee on General Education: Federal Impact
Box 125 Folder 370
Subcommittee on General Education: Federal Impact
Box 126 Folders 371-373
Subcommittee on Special Education: General Papers
Box 126 Folder 374
Subcommittee on Special Education: Federal Advisory Council on the Arts
Box 126 Folder 375
Subcommittee on Special Education: Audiovisual Instruction (T11)
Box 126 Folder 376
Subcommittee on Special Education: Audiovisual Instruction (film)
Box 126 Folder 377
Subcommittee on Special Education: Howard University
Box 127 Folder 378
Subcommittee on Special Education: Blind Legislation
Box 127 Folders 379-380
Subcommittee on Special Education: Deaf Legislation
Box 127 Folder 381
Subcommittee on Special Education: Mentally Retarded Children
Box 127 Folder 382
Subcommittee on Special Education: Federal Agency for Handicapped
Box 127 Folder 383
Subcommittee on Special Education: Juvenile Delinquency
Box 127 Folder 384
Subcommittee on Special Education: Vocational Rehab.
Box 127 Folder 385
Subcommittee on Special Education: Library Services
Box 127 Folder 386
Subcommittee on Special Education: Vocational Education
Box 127 Folder 387
Subcommittee on Special Education: Federal Grants (Education Beyond High School)
Box 127 Folder 388
Subcommittee on Special Education: Quattlebaum Report (Educational Needs and Military Manpower Policy)
Box 127 Folder 389
Subcommittee on Special Education: Barden Statements on Education as the Foundation For National Defense
Box 127 Folder 390
Education--Special: National Defense Education Act
Box 128 Folders 391-398
Subcommittee on Labor Standards: General Papers
Box 128 Folder 399
Subcommittee on Labor Standards: Western Electric Wage Rates
Box 128 Folder 400
Subcommittee on Labor Standards: Supreme Court Labor Decisions
Box 128 Folder 401
Subcommittee on Labor Standards: Discrimination in Employment
Box 128 Folder 402
Subcommittee on Labor Standards: Minimum Wage Extension
Box 129 Folders 403-408
Subcommittee on Safety and Compensation: General Papers
Box 129 Folder 409
Subcommittee on Safety and Compensation: The Aged
Box 129 Folder 410
Subcommittee on Safety and Compensation: Federal Employee's Compensation Act
Box 129 Folder 411
Subcommittee on Safety and Compensation: Longshoremen and Harbor Workers
Box 129 Folder 412
Subcommittee on Safety and Compensation: Mine Safety
Box 129 Folder 413
Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: General
Box 129 Folder 414
Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Petrillo-Interlochen Dispute
Box 130 Folder 415
Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Taft-Hartley
Box 130 Folders 416-417
Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Racketeering
Box 130 Folder 418
Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Kennedy-Ives (Special)
Box 130 Folder 419
Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Kennedy-Ives
Box 130 Folders 420-422
Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Kennedy-Ives
Box 131 Folders 423-429
Full Committee, Welfare and Pension Funds: Special
Box 132 Folders 430-433
Full Committee, Welfare and Pension Funds: J. P. Mitchell
Box 132 Folder 434
Full Committee, Welfare and Pension Funds: Bills introduced
Box 132 Folder 435
Full Committee, Welfare and Pension Funds: S. 2888
Box 132 Folder 436
Full Committee, Welfare and Pension Funds: S. 2888
Box 133 Folders 437-463
Full Committee, Davis Bacon Act
Box 134 Folder 444
Labor Legislation
Box 134 Folders 445-446
Education & Labor Committee: General Papers
Box 134 Folder 447
Education & Labor Committee: Members
Box 134 Folder 448
Education & Labor Committee: Personnel
Box 134 Folder 449
Education & Labor Committee: Department Reports
Box 134 Folder 450
Subcom. on General Education: General Papers
Box 134 Folder 451
Subcommittee on General Education: Federal Aid, General
Box 135 Folders 452-454
Subcommittee on General Education: Federal Aid (School Construction)
Box 135 Folders 455-457
Subcommittee on General Education: Impacted Areas
Box 135 Folder 458
Subcommittee on General Education: Impacted Areas (Civil Rights Act)
Box 135 Folder 459
Subcommittee on Special Education: General Papers
Box 135 Folder 460
Subcommittee on Special Education: Howard University
Box 136 Folder 461
Subcommittee on Special Education: Fine Arts
Box 136 Folder 462
Subcommittee on Special Education: the Blind
Box 136 Folder 463
Subcommittee on Special Education: the Deaf
Box 136 Folder 464
Subcommittee on Special Education: Special Education and Rehabilitation Act
Box 136 Folders 465-467
Subcommittee on Special Education: Juvenile Delinquency
Box 136 Folder 468
Subcommittee on Special Education: Library Services
Box 136 Folder 469
Subcommittee on Special Education: NDEA Loyalty Oath
Box 136 Folder 470
Subcommittee on Special Education: NDEA
Box 137 Folders 471-475
Subcommittee on Special Education: Obscene Literature
Box 137 Folder 476
Subcommittee on Special Education: Vocational Education
Box 137 Folder 477
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Labor Reform (General)
Box 137 Folder 478
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Labor Reform
Box 138 Folders 479-481
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Labor Issues Special
Box 138 Folder 482
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: LIMB
Box 138 Folder 483
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Airplane Strikes
Box 138 Folder 484
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Newspaper Strikes
Box 138 Folder 485
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Steel Strike
Box 138 Folder 486
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Strikebreakers
Box 138 Folder 487
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: Secondary Boycott & Blackmail Picketing Examples
Box 139 Folder 488
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: No-Man's Land problem
Box 139 Folder 489
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: Textile Workers Union of America
Box 139 Folder 490
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: Garment Workers
Box 139 Folder 491
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: International Association of Machinists
Box 139 Folder 492
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: Structural Steel Fabricating Industry
Box 139 Folder 493
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: Teamsters, Union & Unloading Receipts
Box 139 Folders 494-495
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: Labor Union Releases
Box 139 Folder 496
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: Labor Reform (Outside summaries)
Box 139 Folder 497
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: Sno-White Restaurant
Box 139 Folder 498
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: National Association of Manufacturers
Box 139 Folder 499
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: Migratory Workers
Box 139 Folder 500
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: Small Business Association
Box 139 Folder 501
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: James B. Carey
Box 139 Folder 502
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: George Meaney
Box 139 Folder 503
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: AFL-CIO Building and Construction, Fifth Annual Legislative Conference (loose folder)
Box 139 Folder 504
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: AFL-CIO Building and Construction, Sixth Annual Conference (loose folder)
Box 139 Folder 505
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: AFL-CIO
Box 139 Folder 506
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: AFL-CIO
Box 140 Folder 507
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: Internal Union Matters
Box 140 Folder 508
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: Testimony before subcommittee
Box 140 Folder 509
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: Labor Bill of Rights (Special, H. R. 4473)
Box 140 Folders 510-514
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: Labor Bill of Rights (General)
Box 140 Folder 515
Joint Subcom, on Labor Management Relations: Labor Bill of Rights (General, H. R. 4473)
Box 141 Folders 516-521
Joint Subcom, on Labor-Management Relations: Labor Bill of Rights (General)
Box 142 Folders 522-527
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: Labor
Box 143 Folders 528-529
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: Labor Reform Debate Material
Box 143 Folders 530-534
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: McLellan Labor Bill
Box 143 Folder 535
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: Kennedy-Erwin Bill (S. 1555)
Box 143 Folder 536
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Kennedy-Erwin Bill
Box 144 Folders 537-540
Joint Subcommittee on Labor Management Relations: Roosevelt Bill
Box 144 Folder 541
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Landrum-Griffin Labor Bill
Box 144 Folders 542-543
Joint Sitcom. on Labor-Management Relations: Landrum-Griffin
Box 145 Folders 544-550
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Landrum-Griffin
Box 146 Folders 551-557
Joint Subcom. on Labor-Management. Relations: Landrum-Griffin
Box 147 Folders 558-563
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Landrum-Griffin
Box 148 Folders 564-568
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Landrum-Griffin
Box 149 Folders 569-574
Joint Subcom. on Labor-Management Relations: Landrum-Griffin
Box 150 Folders 575-580
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Landrum--Griffin
Box 151 Folders 581-586
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Landrum-Griffin
Box 152 Folders 587-592
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Landrum-Griffin
Box 153 Folders 593-599
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Landrum-Griffin
Box 154 Folders 600-605
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Landrum-Griffin
Box 155 Folders 606-611
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Landrum-Griffin
Box 156 Folders 612-614
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Landrum-Griffin--Teamsters
Box 156 Folder 615
Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: Landrum-Griffin--Committee Bill
Box 156 Folder 616
Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: General
Box 156 Folder 617
Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: H. R. 9070
Box 157 Folders 618-624
Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations: H. R. 9070
Box 158 Folders 625-627
Subcommittee on Labor Standards: General Papers
Box 158 Folder 628
Subcommittee on Labor Standards: Equal Pay for Women
Box 158 Folder 629
Subcommittee on Labor Standards: Minimum Wage (Farm and Seasonal Workers)
Box 158 Folder 630
Subcommittee on Labor Standards: Minimum Wage
Box 158 Folders 631-633
Subcommittee on Labor Standards: Minimum Wage
Box 159 Folders 634-640
Subcommittee on Labor Standards: Minimum Wage
Box 160 Folders 641-644
Subcommittee on Labor Standards: Minimum Wage (black notebook)
Box 160 Folder 645
Subcommittee on Labor Standards: Minimum Wage
Box 160 Folder 646
Subcommittee on Labor Standards: Minimum Wage
Box 161 Folder 647
Subcommittee on Safety & Compensation: General Papers
Box 161 Folder 648
Subcommittee on Safety & Compensation: The Aged
Box 161 Folder 649
Subcommittee on Safety & Compensation: Employees
Box 161 Folder 650
Subcommittee on Safety & Compensation: Longshoremen & Harbor Workers Compensation Act
Box 161 Folder 651
Subcommittee on Safety & Compensation: Mine Safety
Box 161 Folder 652
Full Committee: Welfare and Pension Plan
Box 161 Folder 653
Full Committee: Davis-Bacon Act
Box 161 Folder 654
Education and Labor: Speeches--School Construction (1955-1956)
Box 161 Folder 655
Education and Labor: Speeches--Vocational Education
Box 161 Folder 656
Education and Labor: Speeches--Labor Material
Box 162 Folders 657-661
Education and Labor: Clippings--Federal Aid to Education, 1951-1953
Box 163 Folder 662
Education and Labor: Federal Aid, 1954-1956
Box 163 Folder 663
Education and Labor: Federal Aid, 1956-1957
Box 163 Folder 664
Education and Labor: Federal Aid, 1960
Box 163 Folder 665
Education and Labor: Federal Aid, 1957-1958
Box 163 Folder 666
Education and Labor: Clippings--Federal Aid to Education, 1958
Box 164 Folder 667
Education and Labor: Clippings--Labor Reform (1959, May-Aug.)
Box 164 Folder 668
Education and Labor: Labor Reform (1959, Aug.-Oct.)
Box 164 Folder 669
General
Box 165
Agricultural Adjustment Act
Box 165 Folder 2
Bankhead Bill
Box 165 Folder 3
Cotton Cooperative
Box 165 Folder 4
Frazier-Lemke Farm Mortgage
Box 165 Folder 5
Potato Industry
Box 165 Folders 6-7
Tobacco Legislation
Box 165 Folder 8
Special Committee to Investigate Campaign Expenditures
Box 165 Folder 9
Immigration
Box 165 Folder 10
Indian Affairs
Box 165 Folder 11
Interstate & Foreign Commerce: Pettengill Bill
Box 166 Folder 12
Interstate & Foreign Commerce: Public Utility Bill
Box 166 Folders 13-15
Interstate & Foreign Commerce: Railroad Pensions
Box 166 Folder 16
Interstate & Foreign Commerce: Trucks and Transportation
Box 166 Folder 17
Judiciary: Birth Control
Box 166 Folder 18
Pensions: Old Age
Box 166 Folders 19-20
Pensions: Spanish-American War Veterans
Box 166 Folder 21
Postal
Box 166 Folder 22
Rivers and Harbors
Box 166 Folder 23
Ways and Means: Adjusted Service Certificates
Box 166 Folder 24
Ways and Means: Cigarette Tax
Box 166 Folder 25
Ways and Means: Coal and Gasoline
Box 166 Folder 26
Ways and Means: Social Security
Box 166 Folders 27-28
Ways and Means: Miscellaneous
Box 166 Folder 29
Miscellaneous Legislation
Box 166 Folder 30
Agriculture: General
Box 168 Folders 31-32
Agriculture: Tobacco
Box 168 Folder 33
Coast Guard
Box 168 Folder 34
District of Columbia
Box 168 Folder 35
Foreign Affairs
Box 168 Folder 36
Government Reorganization
Box 168 Folder 37
Immigration
Box 168 Folder 38
Interstate and Foreign Commerce
Box 168 Folder 39
Judiciary: Anti-Lynching Bill
Box 168 Folder 40
Judiciary: Supreme Court
Box 168
Pensions: Old Age
Box 169 Folder 42
Post Office and Civil Service
Box 169 Folder 43
Public Works
Box 169 Folder 44
Rivers and Harbors
Box 169 Folder 45
TVA Committee
Box 169 Folder 46
Veterans
Box 169 Folder 47
Ways and Means
Box 169 Folder 48
Miscellaneous Legislation
Box 169 Folders 49-53
Miscellaneous Legislation
Box 170 Folder 54
Agriculture
Box 170 Folder 55
Appropriations
Box 170 Folder 56
Armed Services
Box 170 Folder 57
Banking and Currency
Box 170 Folder 58
Commerce
Box 170 Folder 59
Foreign Affairs
Box 170 Folder 60
Government Operations
Box 170 Folder 61
Health
Box 171 Folder 62
Interior
Box 171 Folder 63
Judiciary
Box 171 Folder 64
Merchant Marine & Fisheries
Box 171 Folder 65
Post Office & Civil Service
Box 171 Folder 66
Public Works
Box 171 Folder 67
Rivers and Harbors
Box 171 Folder 68
TVA Committee
Box 171 Folder 69
Un-American Activities
Box 171 Folder 70
Veterans
Box 171 Folder 71
Ways and Means
Box 171 Folder 72
Miscellaneous Legislation
Box 171 Folder 73
Agriculture
Box 171 Folder 74
Armed Services
Box 171 Folder 75
Banking and Currency
Box 172 Folder 76
Commerce
Box 172 Folders 77-78
Foreign Affairs
Box 172 Folder 79
Health
Box 172 Folder 80
Interior
Box 172 Folder 81
Merchant Marine and Fisheries
Box 172 Folder 82
Post Office and Civil Service
Box 172 Folder 83
Public Works
Box 172 Folder 84
Rivers and Harbors
Box 172 Folder 85
Un-American Activities
Box 172 Folder 86
Veterans
Box 172 Folder 87
Ways and Means
Box 172 Folder 88
Ways and Means
Box 173 Folder 89
Miscellaneous
Box 173 Folder 90
Agriculture
Box 173 Folder 91
Appropriations
Box 173 Folder 92
Armed Services
Box 173 Folder 93
Commerce
Box 173 Folder 94
Foreign Affairs
Box 173 Folder 95
Health
Box 173 Folder 96
Interior
Box 173 Folder 97
Judiciary
Box 173 Folder 98
Post Office and Civil Service
Box 173 Folder 99
Public Works
Box 174 Folder 100
Rivers and Harbors
Box 174 Folder 101
Un-American Activities
Box 174 Folder 102
Veterans
Box 174 Folder 103
Ways and Means
Box 174 Folder 104
Miscellaneous
Box 174 Folder 105
Agriculture
Box 174 Folder 106
Armed Services
Box 174 Folder 107
Commerce
Box 174 Folders 108-109
Commerce
Box 175 Folder 110
Foreign Affairs
Box 175 Folder 111
Government Operations
Box 175 Folder 112
Health
Box 175 Folder 113
Interior
Box 175 Folder 114
Judiciary
Box 175 Folder 115
Merchant Marine and Fisheries
Box 175 Folder 116
Post Office and Civil Service
Box 175 Folder 117
Public Works
Box 175 Folder 118
Rivers and Harbors
Box 175 Folder 119
Un-American Activities
Box 175 Folder 120
Veterans
Box 175 Folder 121
Ways and Means
Box 175 Folder 122
Miscellaneous
Box 175 Folder 123
Agriculture
Box 176 Folder 124
Armed Services
Box 176 Folder 125
Commerce
Box 176 Folder 126
Foreign Affairs
Box 176 Folder 127
Health
Box 176 Folder 128
Interior
Box 176 Folder 129
Judiciary
Box 176 Folder 130
Post Office and Civil Service
Box 176 Folder 131
Public Works
Box 176 Folder 132
Rivers and Harbors
Box 176 Folder 133
Un-American Activities
Box 176 Folder 134
Veterans
Box 176 Folder 135
Ways and Means
Box 176 Folder 136
Miscellaneous
Box 176 Folder 137
Agriculture
Box 176 Folder 138
Appropriations
Box 176 Folder 139
Armed Services
Box 176 Folder 140
Commerce
Box 177 Folder 141
Foreign Affairs
Box 177 Folder 142
Health
Box 177 Folder 143
Interior
Box 177 Folder 144
Post Office and Civil Service
Box 177 Folder 145
Un-American Activities
Box 177 Folder 146
Veterans
Box 177 Folder 147
Ways and Means
Box 177 Folder 148
Miscellaneous
Box 177 Folder 149
Armed Services
Box 178 Folder 150
Commerce
Box 178 Folder 151
Foreign Affairs
Box 178 Folder 152
Ways and Means
Box 178 Folder 153
Miscellaneous
Box 178 Folder 154
General
Box 178 Folder 155
Agriculture
Box 178 Folders 156-159
Foreign Affairs
Box 179 Folders 160-161
Foreign Trade
Box 179 Folders 162-163
Interior and Insular Affairs
Box 179 Folder 164
Interior and Insular Affairs
Box 180 Folder 165
Interstate Commerce
Box 180 Folders 166-169
Judiciary: Constitutional Amendments
Box 180 Folder 170
Military and Defense
Box 181 Folders 171-172
Post Office and Civil Service
Box 181 Folders 173-176
Public Housing
Box 182 Folder 177
Public Power
Box 182 Folder 178
St. Lawrence Seaway
Box 182 Folder 179
Social Security
Box 182 Folder 180
Un-American Activities
Box 182 Folder 181
Veterans
Box 183 Folder 182
Ways and Means
Box 183 Folders 183-186
Miscellaneous
Box 184 Folders 187-189
Agriculture
Box 184 Folders 190-192
Appropriations (1955)
Box 185 Folder 193
Appropriations (1956)
Box 185 Folder 194
Armed Services (1955)
Box 185 Folder 195
Armed Services (1956)
Box 185 Folder 196
Atomic Energy
Box 185 Folder 197
Banking and Currency
Box 185 Folders 198-199
District of Columbia
Box 185 Folder 200
Foreign Affairs
Box 185 Folders 201-202
Formosa Resolution
Box 185 Folders 203-204
Government Operations
Box 186 Folder 205
Interior
Box 186 Folders 206-207
Interstate and Foreign Commerce
Box 186 Folders 208-211
Judiciary
Box 187 Folders 212-213
Civil Rights
Box 187 Folder 214
Merchant Marine and Fisheries
Box 187 Folder 215
Post Office and Civil Service
Box 187 Folders 216-218
Public Works: Highway Bill
Box 188 Folder 219
Public Works: General
Box 188 Folders 220-224
Veterans
Box 189 Folders 225-226
Ways and Means: Tariff Bill
Box 189 Folders 227-228
Ways and Means: Social Security Bill
Box 189 Folder 229
Ways and Means: Tax
Box 189 Folder 230
Ways and Means: General
Box 189 Folder 231
Ways and Means: General
Box 190 Folder 232
Miscellaneous
Box 190 Folders 233-237
Bills Introduced by Barden
Box 191 Folder 238
Agriculture: Turkey Bills
Box 191 Folder 239
Agriculture: General
Box 191 Folders 240-241
Appropriations
Box 191 Folders 242-244
Armed Services
Box 192 Folders 245-246
Armed Services Military Aircraft Workshop Competition Act
Box 192 Folders 247-248
Banking and Currency
Box 192 Folders 249-250
Foreign Affairs
Box 193 Folders 251-252
Government Operations
Box 193 Folder 253
Interior and Insular Affairs
Box 193 Folders 254-255
Interstate and Foreign Commerce
Box 193 Folders 256-257
Interstate Commerce: Mosquito Bill
Box 194 Folder 258
Interstate Commerce: Pay Television
Box 194 Folder 259
Interstate Commerce: Railroads
Box 194 Folders 260-261
Judiciary
Box 194 Folders 262-263
Judiciary
Box 195 Folder 264
Judiciary: Civil Rights
Box 195 Folder 265
Merchant Marines and Fisheries: Bonnet Small Boat Bill
Box 195 Folders 266-269
Merchant Marines and Fisheries: Bonner Small Boat Bill
Box 196 Folder 270
Post Office and Civil Service
Box 196 Folders 271-272
Public Works
Box 196 Folders 273-274
Rules
Box 196 Folder 275
Veterans
Box 196 Folder 276
Ways and Means
Box 197 Folders 277-282
Ways and Means: Recession
Box 198 Folder 283
Ways and Means: Social Security
Box 198 Folder 284
Ways and Means: Tariff
Box 198 Folder 285
Ways and Means: Taxation
Box 198 Folders 286-288
Ways and Means: Trade Agreement (Plywood)
Box 198 Folders 289-290
Ways and Means: Trade Agreement (Tobacco)
Box 199 Folder 291
Miscellaneous
Box 199 Folders 292-293
Aeronautics and Space Exploration Committee
Box 199 Folder 294
Agriculture
Box 199 Folders 295-296
Agriculture: Poultry and Turkeys
Box 199 Folder 297
Appropriations
Box 200 Folders 298-299
Armed Services
Box 200 Folder 300
Banking and Currency
Box 200 Folders 301-302
District of Columbia
Box 200 Folder 303
Foreign Affairs
Box 201 Folders 304-305
Government Operations
Box 201 Folder 306
Interior and Insular Affairs
Box 201 Folder 307
Interstate and Foreign Commerce
Box 201 Folders 308-309
Judiciary
Box 201 Folders 310-311
Judiciary
Box 202 Folder 312
Judiciary: Civil Rights
Box 202 Folder 313
Merchant Marines and Fisheries
Box 202 Folder 314
Post Office and Civil Service
Box 202 Folders 315-316
Public Works
Box 202 Folders 317-318
Rules
Box 202 Folder 319
Un-American Activities
Box 203 Folder 320
Veterans
Box 203 Folders 321-323
Ways and Means
Box 203 Folders 324-325
Ways and Means
Box 204 Folders 326-331
Ways and Means: Excise Taxes
Box 205 Folders 332-333
Ways and Means: Shrimp Industry
Box 205 Folder 334
Ways and Means: Social Security
Box 205 Folder 335
Miscellaneous
Box 205 Folders 336-338
1935-1947
Box 206 Folder 339
ca. 1948-1951
Box 206 Folder 340
ca. 1951-1953
Box 206 Folder 341
ca. 1954-1957
Box 206 Folder 342
ca. 1956
Box 206 Folder 343
ca. 1958-1960
Box 206 Folder 344
General Correspondence, A - Z
Box 207 - 292
Answer Copies, 1944-1960
Box 293 - 332
1933
Box 333 Folders 1-2
1934
Box 333 Folders 3-5
1934, Financial
Box 333 Folder 6
1934, Clippings
Box 333 Folder 7
1935-1939
Box 334 Folder 8
1940
Box 334 Folder 9
1941
Box 334 Folder 10
1942
Box 334 Folder 11
1943
Box 334 Folder 12
1944
Box 334 Folder 13
1945
Box 335 Folder 14
1946
Box 335 Folder 15
1947
Box 335 Folder 16
1948
Box 335 Folder 17
1949
Box 335 Folder 18
1950
Box 335 Folder 19
1950
Box 336 Folders 20-21
1951
Box 336 Folder 22
1952
Box 336 Folders 23-25
1952
Box 337 Folder 26
1953
Box 337 Folders 27-30
1954
Box 337 Folder 31
1954
Box 338 Folders 32-33
1955
Box 338 Folders 34-36
1956
Box 338 Folder 37
1956
Box 339 Folders 38-40
1957
Box 339 Folders 41-43
1957
Box 340 Folder 44
1958
Box 340 Folders 45-49
1959
Box 341 Folders 50-52
1960
Box 341 Folders 53-55
1960
Box 342 Folders 56-59
1960, Retirement
Box 342 Folders 60-61
1960, Retirement
Box 343-344 Folders 62-74
1960, Retirement
Box 345 Folders 75-78
Memorabilia
Box 345 Folder 79
Retirement clippings
Box 345 Folder 80
Retirement clippings
Box 346 Folder 81
Voting records (unnumbered)
Box 346
Speeches, A
Box 347 Folder 82
B - C
Box 347 Folder 83
Foreign Aid Background
Box 347 Folder 84
General
Box 347 Folders 85-88
Speeches, General
Box 348 Folders 89-93
ca. M - N
Box 348 Folder 94
N - S
Box 348 Folder 95
T - Z
Box 348 Folder 96
1934-1937
Box 349
1938-1939
Box 350
1940
Box 351
1941
Box 352
1942-1945
Box 353
1946-1948
Box 354
1949-1952
Box 355
1952-1957
Box 356
1957-1960
Box 357
Miscellaneous
Oversize Folder 1

Historical Note

DateEvent(s)
1896Born, Sept. 25, in Turkey Township, Sampson County, N. C.
1920Graduated from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
1921Practiced law, New Bern, N. C., in firm of Whitehurst & Barden. Appointed Judge of Craven County, Re-elected three times
1922Married Agnes Foy. Later had two children, Agnes and Graham Arthur, Jr,
1930Practiced law in firm of Barden & Stith
1932-33Elected to N. C. General Assembly from Craven County
1934Elected to U. S. House of Representatives from N. C. Third District, Served continuously until retirement
1950Became Chairman, Education and Labor Committee, Held chairmanship during Democratic majority sessions
1960Retired in New Bern, N. C,
1967Died, Jan. 29, New Bern. N. C.

74th Congress 1935-36: Education; Library; Rivers & Harbors; Special Committee to Investigate Campaign Expenditures

75th Congress 1937-38: Education; Library; Patents; Rivers & Harbors (Left Patents Committee and placed on Labor Committee during this Congress)

76th Congress 1939-40: Education; Labor; Library; Rivers & Harbors

77th Congress 1941-42: Census; Education; Labor; Library; Rivers & Harbors

78th Congress 1943-44: Census; Education (Chairman; Civil Service; Labor, Library; Rivers & Harbors; Special Committee to Investigate Campaign Expenditures

79th Congress 1945-46: Census; Civil Service; Education (Chairman); Expenditures in the Executive Departments; Labor; Library; Rivers & Harbors

80th-86th Congresses 1947-60: Education and Labor Chairman 1951-52 and 1955-60

Subject Headings

Related Material

  • David Newton Henderson Papers, 1930-1976 (David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University)

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], The Graham Arthur Barden Papers, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.

Provenance

The Barden Papers were presented to the Rubenstein Library in 1961 and 1965 by Representative Barden.

Processing Information

Processed by: Duke University. David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library Staff

Completed August 26, 1977

Processing of the collection and the preparation of this inventory were made possible by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.

Encoded by Stephen D. Miller

This finding aid is NCEAD compliant.