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Guide to the George Adams Shuford Papers, 1952-1959

Collection Overview

Shuford's papers consist of 89 boxes of correspondence, reports, speeches, and memoranda from his office in Washington, 1952-1959. The collection is divided into four main categories according to the filing system used in the Congressman's office. Subjects, persons, and places appear throughout all categories.

The Shuford Papers were in filing drawers when originally cataloged. Later the papers were transferred to many smaller archival boxes. Since it was no longer easy to survey the contents, an informal inventory of the files was compiled by a student assistant. The collection remains in its original folders with their informal and frequently inconsistent labeling.

The correspondence has two divisions. First, there are letters filed alphabetically by names of correspondents (Boxes 1-21). However, each letter of the alphabet also has one or more folders in which the correspondence is filed only according to the first letter of the name. Secondly, there are letters filed chronologically in folders marked "Letters. Legislation" (Boxes 22-23) and "Letters. General" (Boxes 24-28). There are also several folders of letters of congratulations, recommendations, references, and sympathy (Box 28).

Volumes of guest books and an inaugural invitation (1953) are in Box 28.

Speeches and speech material are in Boxes 29-30.

Subject categories occupy Boxes 31-89. The folders are labeled and are filed according to the words underlined on each label. The labeling system was not consistent, and researchers must survey the subject categories for a given subject as well as the correspondence and speeches. Subjects notable for the quantity of material about them are: agriculture, the armed services, atomic energy, elections, civil rights, civil service, Colorado River, commerce, the Constitution, the Democratic Party, education, electric power utilities, finance, fish and wildlife, foreign relations, highways, Indians, the House Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, irrigation and reclamation, labor (often under education and labor), the judiciary, mines and mining, politics in North Carolina (especially the 12th congressional district for which there are election records on the precinct level), the Post Office, public lands, refugees, small business, the House Ways and Means Committee, tariffs, taxation, TVA, tobacco, veterans affairs, the Territories Subcommittee (Alaska and Hawaii), and water resources.

The chronology within folders is frequently out of order. The letters are not entered in the Autograph File.

2,000 Items added, 1-3-68. This addition to the subject categories of the Shuford Papers is notable for files on the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Cherokee Indians, and the Hell's Canyon Legislation.

Descriptive Summary

Title
George Adams Shuford papers 1952-1959
Creator
Shuford, George Adams
Extent
36,000 Items
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

Ainsley, John Joseph
Box 1
Alberts, J.C.
Box 1
Alice, James A.
Box 1
Allen, Raymond D.
Box 1
Alley, John Hayes
Box 1
Allison, J.Q.
Box 1
Anderson, Lionel C.
Box 1
Angel, Marie
Box 1
Arkansas, John P.
Box 1
Armistead, Nancy C.
Box 1
Armstrong, Mrs. Leslie Ray
Box 1
Arrowood, Gordon C.
Box 1
Ashe, Gene E.
Box 1
Atkins, Bobby Ju
Box 1
Atkinson, Jack
Box 1
Austin, William H.
Box 1
A
Box 1
A
Box 1
Bach, Robert J.
Box 1
Bagby, James
Box 1
Ballew, Harry S.
Box 1
Balsam Grove Hospital
Box 1
Banks, Victor S.
Box 1
Barclay, Thomas, IV
Box 1
Bartlett, William W.
Box 1
Bates, Clyde T. RDI
Box 1
Batten, W.T.
Box 1
Beachboard, William B.
Box 1
Beardall, Harold M.
Box 1
Beasley, James E.
Box 1
Beatty, Coy R.
Box 1
Beerkens, Johannes Wilhelmus
Box 1
Bemis Lumber Co. Land (Capt. Swann)
Box 1
Bene, Doris
Box 1
Bennett, Ada
Box 1
Bennett, Thomas James
Box 2
Biddle, Roy. Franklin, N.C. Mining Lease Nan. Nat. For.
Box 2
Bileb, F.B. Annie Laurie
Box 2
Bishop, Mrs. Letha
Box 2
Blaak, Kommer
Box 2
Blake, Edmund M.
Box 2
Blake, Nick
Box 2
Blankenship, Wade
Box 2
Bocook, Jas. Fulton
Box 2
Boone, Dix. Macon County
Box 2
Boukides, Andreas P.
Box 2
Bourne, Francis. MICZ
Box 2
Bowen, Robt. A.
Box 2
Bowman, Peter W.
Box 2
Boyd, James R., Jr.
Box 2
Bradburn, C.F.
Box 2
Bradford, Ronald D.
Box 2
Bradley, Earl
Box 2
Brady, Robert
Box 2
Brank, Brad. Veteran
Box 2
Branson, Bertrum L.
Box 2
Brezeale, Willard J.
Box 2
Bridges, Charles G. Arden, N.C.
Box 2
Briggs, James Frank
Box 2
Brigman, Wilburn L.
Box 2
Bristol, Dave
Box 2
Brittain, Airman Joseph A., Jr.
Box 2
Brittain, J.A.
Box 2
Brooks, Mamie Rae
Box 2
Brookshire, C.M. 359671
Box 2
Brookshire, Wm. E.B.
Box 2
Brown, Al
Box 2
Brown, Bob
Box 2
Brown, Claude
Box 2
Brown, Dr. George Wallace
Box 2
Brown, J.C. Veterans Adm. Employee
Box 2
Brown, Perry
Box 2
Brown, Robert
Box 2
Bryan, John
Box 2
Bryant, Segal W.
Box 2
Bryson, Carl E.
Box 2
Bryson, Holmes Jr.
Box 2
Bryson, L.D.
Box 2
Buchanan, Ben
Box 2
Buchanan, Marcellus
Box 2
Buckner, Dorothy Messer
Box 2
Bugg, Wm. J.
Box 2
Bunch, Willie
Box 2
Bunker, Ruth E.
Box 2
Burleson, Earl. Re: Tobacco Division
Box 2
Burleson, Joe
Box 2
Burnette, Fred M.
Box 3
Burson, John H., Jr.
Box 3
B
Box 3
B
Box 3
Cabe, Lester
Box 3
Calloway, Bruce James
Box 3
Cameron, Betty
Box 3
Campbell, Harry
Box 3
Capps, Ralph
Box 3
Capps, Walter C.
Box 3
Carland, Stanley J.
Box 3
Carr, Frank Brown
Box 3
Cassada, Wiley
Box 3
Cathey, Dan
Box 3
Chaney, Walter Elick and B.P. Justice (H'ville)
Box 3
Chaponan, Max H.
Box 3
Chasteain, Oscar E.
Box 3
Cheatwood, William E.
Box 3
Christenson, Harry J.
Box 4
Chung, P.N. 2-1375
Box 4
Clement, Latta
Box 4
Clodfelter, Hobert Dalton
Box 4
Clowney, Lillie
Box 4
Cobb, Julia S.
Box 4
Cochran, John C.
Box 4
Collins, Joe W.
Box 4
Combe, B.A.
Box 4
Cooley, Cong. Attorney J.M. Brougloth, Jr. HR. 8381
Box 4
Cooper, Mrs. Lola A.
Box 4
Corn, Floyd Lee
Box 4
Cornwell, D.W.
Box 4
Cotter, John R.
Box 4
Cotter, John R.
Box 4
Courtesy of the Port
Box 4
Cox, Mrs. Ella
Box 4
Crawford, Lester (Re: Road, Burmingtown and Kyle Section
Box 4
Crawford, Warvel J., Jr.
Box 4
Crawford, Mrs. J.M.
Box 4
Creasman, Stella
Box 4
Creasman, Maleta M.
Box 4
Cross, Arthur H.
Box 4
Cullowhee College
Box 4
Cunningham, John R.
Box 4
Cutshall, John E.
Box 4
C
Box 4
C
Box 5
Dacy, Kenneth
Box 5
Dale, Charles
Box 5
Dalton, Carl V.
Box 5
Damtoft, Walter
Box 5
Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Shelton
Box 5
Davidson, Jas. E.
Box 5
Davis, Dee
Box 5
Davis, Harry Mc.
Box 5
Davis, Lt. Col. James M. Hazelwood, N.C.
Box 5
Davis, Watts
Box 5
Dayton, Jas. E., Jr.
Box 5
Dayton, Harolotis
Box 5
Dayton, Mrs. Olga H.
Box 5
Deacon, Edward F.
Box 5
Deane, Charles B.
Box 5
DeMoia, Miss Josephine
Box 5
Deyton, Claude
Box 5
Dillingham, Watson
Box 5
Dillingham, Woodrow
Box 5
Dolan, Thes. E.
Box 5
Dotson, Icesom N.
Box 5
Drigian, Krikor
Box 5
Dunlap, Herbert M.
Box 5
D
Box 5
D
Box 6
Earle, Willie L.
Box 6
Edens, James E.
Box 6
Edwards, Chas. W., Jr.
Box 6
Eller, Elizabeth
Box 6
English, Guy
Box 6
Ensley, Wm.
Box 6
Ervin, Sen. Sam J.
Box 6
Ervin, Saumuel E.
Box 6
Evans, Robert Lee
Box 6
E
Box 6
E
Box 6
Farmer, Private Garland
Box 6
Farmer, Robert
Box 6
Farmer's Market, Inc.
Box 6
Ficken, Lt. Harry A.
Box 6
Finlay, Bill. Tax Case
Box 6
Fisher, Ernest M.
Box 6
Fitzgerald, Jerry M.
Box 6
Fleischman, Miron
Box 6
Foard, Carson C.
Box 6
Foate, Allen M.
Box 6
Foster, Uless C.
Box 6
Foster, Wm. L.
Box 6
Fox, Arthur J.
Box 6
Fox, Gilbert Coil
Box 6
Francis, A.J.
Box 6
Freeman, Calvin W.
Box 6
Friday, James W.
Box 6
Friedlander, Egon Chas.
Box 6
Frisk, Paul W.
Box 6
Fritschy, Philip H.
Box 6
F
Box 6
F
Box 7
Galloway, Earl F.
Box 7
Galloway, Ray von
Box 7
Garcia, Blavlio
Box 7
Garren, Alvin W., Jr.
Box 7
Garren,Benjamin F.
Box 7
Garrett, Robert U.
Box 7
Garrett, Thomas Wade
Box 7
General
Box 7
Gennett, Andrew
Box 7
George, Pvt. Charles. Congressional Medal of Honor Winner. Feb. 6,1954
Box 7
George, Ida J.
Box 7
Glasby, Willie C.
Box 7
Glendale
Box 7
Glover, Fred W.
Box 7
Godwin
Box 7
Goins, Robert T.
Box 7
Goodman, L.J.
Box 7
Gosnell, Amar
Box 7
Graham, Billy
Box 7
Grant, Roger (MICA Matter)
Box 7
Grant, Mrs. Roger
Box 7
Greene, Mrs. A.W.
Box 7
Greene, F. Lynette
Box 7
Green, yard
Box 7
Greenleaf, Wm. F
Box 7
Gregg, George
Box 7
Gregg, Ray S.
Box 7
Gregg, Samuel
Box 7
Gregory, Mrs. Lyman
Box 7
Griggs, James Y.
Box 7
Grimsley, Rollie L.
Box 7
Grohar, Albin
Box 7
Gudger, Lindsey M.
Box 7
Guggenheim, Warren E.
Box 7
Guice, Robert Ronald
Box 7
Gulledge, Otis U.
Box 7
G
Box 7
G
Box 8
Hagglund, Irvin A.
Box 8
Hall, L. Dow. Deceased
Box 8
Hall, Pvt. Eddie R.
Box 8
Hall J.B., Jr.
Box 8
Hall, Shuford M.
Box 8
Hall, Wm. J.
Box 8
Hamm, Pvt. Thomas H.
Box 8
Haney, Charlie Arthur
Box 8
Haney, James M.
Box 8
Harmon, Cleo Davis
Box 8
Harris, Mrs. Ethel Mary George
Box 8
Hawkins, Charles C.
Box 8
Hayes, Lewis
Box 8
Hayes, Pearl
Box 8
Hayes, Terry Lee
Box 8
Haywood Lumber and Mining Co.
Box 8
Hazelrigg, Charles H.
Box 8
Hefner, Mrs. Frances B.
Box 8
Henderson, Frank B.
Box 8
Henderson Rev. J.H.
Box 8
Hennessee, W.W. Small Business Loan Application Request
Box 8
Hensley, John C.
Box 8
Hepler, Carrie W.
Box 8
Herbert, Mrs. John T.
Box 8
Herren, Claude Luther
Box 8
Hess, W.T. Neal
Box 8
Hester, William D.
Box 8
Hilliard, Howard
Box 8
Hitchner, C.E.
Box 8
Hodges, Daniel M.
Box 8
Hodges, Luther H.
Box 8
Hoffman, Edwin M.
Box 8
Holt, Gerald W.
Box 8
Hornbuckle, Israel C.
Box 8
Howard, Clarence, Jr.
Box 8
Howell, James S.
Box 8
Howell, J. H. (Vet's Service Officer Haywood County)
Box 8
Howell, Moody A.
Box 8
Howerton, T.M.
Box 8
Huddle, T.A.
Box 8
Hudspeth, Geo L.
Box 8
Hunter, Susan
Box 9
Hurley, Wade McCoy
Box 9
Hyde, B.J.
Box 9
H
Box 9
H
Box 9
Inman, Harry
Box 10
Internal Revenue Office. Asheville
Box 10
Irvin, Mrs. Grace S.
Box 10
I
Box 10
I
Box 10
Jaeckel, Vrs. Louis E.
Box 10
James, Walter
Box 10
Justice, Private Joe
Box 10
Jenkins, Wm. E.
Box 10
Jennings,A1
Box 10
Johnson, Carl E.
Box 10
Johnson, Carl E.
Box 10
Johnson, D. Byers
Box 10
Johnson, John J.
Box 10
Johnson, Richard C.
Box 10
Johnson, Ulysses, Jr.
Box 10
Jones, Bruce C.
Box 10
Jones, Pvt. Ralph M.
Box 10
J
Box 10
J
Box 10
Kdan, Stephen (Fed. Housing Loan)
Box 10
Keener, Ernest (General)
Box 10
Kelly, Rev. Richard A.
Box 10
Kennerly, Dr. R.B.
Box 10
Kennett, Franks., Jr.
Box 10
Kent, Mrs. E.L.
Box 10
Keritsis, Constantinor D.
Box 10
Keritsis, James
Box 10
Kilby, Harvey
Box 11
Kilmer, Kenton
Box 11
Kilpatrick, Emeline
Box 11
Kimsey, Sgt. Willard
Box 11
Kimsey, Willard, Corp.
Box 11
King, William
Box 11
Kuykendall, Marvin A.
Box 11
K
Box 11
K
Box 11
Lamb, Mrs. Bobra White
Box 11
Lambert, Paul
Box 11
Langbein, John Frederick
Box 11
Laughrun, Ray J.
Box 11
Lawing, Enoch A.
Box 11
Le Febera, Anthony
Box 11
Leinster, Robert O.
Box 11
Lewis, William A., Jr.
Box 11
Lindley, Mrs. Jas. J.
Box 11
Lipe, Albert
Box 11
List, Keith Eugene
Box 11
Littlefield, Mrs. Russell R.
Box 11
Locke, William L.
Box 11
Logan, Sam J.
Box 11
Long, John Adrian
Box 11
Long, Pat
Box 11
Lotspeich, Wm. B.
Box 11
Lowery, Florenee C.
Box 11
L
Box 11
L
Box 11
McCall, Donald Lee
Box 12
McCall, Pvt. James C.
Box 12
McCloskey, David, Jr.
Box 12
McCormack, Cpl. Joe H., Jr. (son of Mrs. Alonso)
Box 12
McCoy, Stella
Box 12
McCrary, Wester N.
Box 12
McCurry, Herbert E.
Box 12
McDavis, Floyd E.
Box 12
McElrath, Moody
Box 12
McGaha, Oscar
Box 12
McHan, Beauford, Pfc.
Box 12
McKinnish, Lloyd M.
Box 12
McClean, Albert S.
Box 12
McRary, William
Box 12
Maconochie-Vance Gap Road
Box 12
McTammary, Mrs. John (Billie)
Box 12
Mc
Box 12
Mc
Box 12
Mackelfresh, Mrs. Robert H.
Box 12
Maney, Buron R.
Box 12
Maney, Forrest R.
Box 12
Maney M./Sgt. Wm. Jack
Box 12
Mann, Mrs. G.P. Re: Visa for Mother
Box 12
Martin, Bill
Box 12
Martin, Jack
Box 12
Martin, John W.
Box 12
Martin, Sesto
Box 12
Maultsky, Ben H.
Box 12
Mauney, Betty
Box 12
Mauney, Harry
Box 12
Mauney, Walt
Box 12
Means, Butler C.
Box 12
Medford, Cecil
Box 12
Melton, C.A.
Box 12
Messer, Jennie D.
Box 12
Metzger, Mrs. Nina (Judge Shuford's Cousin Re: birth certificate)
Box 12
Miles, Herbert
Box 12
Miller, David Lee
Box 12
Miller, Paul R.
Box 12
Miller, Richard (Dick)
Box 12
Millsaps, Maynard
Box 12
Mitchell, Dewey
Box 12
Mitchell, Gene P.
Box 12
Mitchell, James E. C-11 279 676
Box 12
Montgomery, Elzabad
Box 13
Moody, Warren K.
Box 13
Mooney, Mrs. Charles
Box 13
Moore, Charlie L.
Box 13
Moore, Mrs. George H.
Box 13
Moore, Meredith
Box 13
Morgan, Dwight L.
Box 13
Morgan, Harley D.
Box 13
Morgan, Robt. K.
Box 13
Morrow, Tommy Mac
Box 13
Mull, Mrs. Rosalie
Box 13
M
Box 13
M
Box 13
Nailling, Dr. Richard C.
Box 14
Nash, Forrest F.
Box 14
Nelms, William
Box 14
Nelon, Bud (Deceased)
Box 14
Nelson, Sidney V.
Box 14
Newman, Mrs. P.B.
Box 14
Nicely, Mrs. R.V.
Box 14
N
Box 14
N
Box 14
O'Donnell, Ed
Box 14
Oliver, Helence Perryman
Box 14
Oshborne, Henry D.
Box 14
Oskinski, Connie Jeane
Box 14
OsmeƱa, Sergio, Jr.
Box 14
O
Box 14
O
Box 14
Pagan, Pvt. Bruce T.
Box 14
Palat, Nicholas E.
Box 14
Palmer, Leonard
Box 14
Parker, Wm. C.
Box 14
Parks, James H.
Box 14
Pastell, Mrs. Mozelle B.
Box 14
Pastell, Ray
Box 14
Peacock, Dorothy B.
Box 14
Penland, Elwin M.
Box 14
Perkins, R.F.
Box 14
Peters, Robert G.
Box 14
Peters, Robert G.
Box 14
Peterson, James R.
Box 14
Peterson, O.B.
Box 14
Pettit, 1st Sgt. William B.
Box 14
Phelps, Mrs. Barbara H.
Box 14
Pike, James M.
Box 14
Pilkington, Daniel D., Pvt.
Box 14
Pisgah Forest School
Box 14
Pistolis, George A.
Box 14
Plemmons, Joe E.
Box 14
Plott, William M.
Box 14
Posey, Horace G., Jr.
Box 14
Posey, R.Y.
Box 14
Powell, Charles
Box 14
Powell, Dr. Charles H.
Box 14
Powell, William Hugh
Box 14
Pressley, James N.
Box 14
Pridgen, Mrs. Eva L.
Box 14
Prock, James Paull
Box 15
Proctor, Mrs. H.L.
Box 15
Proctor, Schwartz
Box 15
Putnam, Robert J.
Box 15
P
Box 15
P
Box 15
P
Box 15
Quality Tire Company, Inc.
Box 15
Quinn, Charlie H.
Box 15
Q
Box 15
Ramsey, William D.
Box 15
Ray, Avon I.
Box 15
Ray, Robert E.
Box 15
Rayburn, Joe Hubert
Box 15
Rayle, Champ G.
Box 15
Reagan, Mrs. Phlenia M.
Box 15
Redden, Arthur J.
Box 15
Rector, Doris L.
Box 15
Redmon, James C.
Box 15
Reed, Miss Edith B.
Box 15
Reese, Harry L.
Box 15
Reichenfeld, Hilde
Box 15
Rein, Stewart
Box 15
Reynolds, James C.
Box 15
Reynolds, Wm. F.
Box 15
Rice, James L.
Box 15
Rich, Ronald
Box 15
Roberts, David
Box 15
Roberts, Everette
Box 15
Roberts, Frank Monroe
Box 15
Roberts, Raymond Henry
Box 15
Robertson, Dr. Logan
Box 15
Robey, Mrs. Eunice E.
Box 15
Robinson, Charles
Box 15
Robinson, Clarence O.
Box 15
Robinson, E.L.
Box 15
Robinson, Rufus
Box 15
Robinson, Thomas Calvin
Box 15
Rocamora, Fan B.
Box 16
Rockwell, Kenneth
Box 16
Rodenbeck, Frederick L., Jr.
Box 16
Rogers, Rep. Dwight
Box 16
Rogers, Ernest
Box 16
Rogers, Jack, Jr.
Box 16
Rogers, Raymond
Box 16
Romfh, Bros. Transylvania County. Jack Potts, Fisher, Anthony
Box 16
Roper, Gano N.
Box 16
Roth, John Wm.
Box 16
Rouland, Paul C.
Box 16
Russell, Eva R.
Box 16
R
Box 16
R
Box 16
Sams, Jack Garrett
Box 16
Sams, Jack G.
Box 16
Sawyer, Jimmy
Box 16
Sawyer, Holmes
Box 16
Scales, A. H.
Box 16
Schoeler, Ernest P.
Box 16
Schulz, Theodore and Annie
Box 16
Searcy, David M.
Box 16
Sentelle, R. E.
Box 16
Shaw, Ralph A.
Box 16
Sherlin, Richard B.
Box 16
Shuford, John
Box 16
Silvers, Mr.
Box 16
Silversteen, Joseph A.
Box 16
Simmons, George C.
Box 16
Simpson, Capt. David, Jr.
Box 16
Singleton, Mrs. James E.
Box 16
Smathers, Charles
Box 16
Smathers, Henry C.
Box 16
Smathers, Max M.
Box 16
Smith, Charles D.
Box 16
Smith, Clive H.
Box 16
Smith, Mrs. Donald
Box 16
Smith, J. B.
Box 16
Smith, Kenneth E.
Box 16
Solomon, Rufus C.
Box 16
Staffen, Clarence F.
Box 16
Stallings Air Base
Box 16
Stamey, Ella Owen
Box 16
Stamey, James D.
Box 16
Stamey, Wilford
Box 16
Stephens, Hugh
Box 16
Stepp, Claude
Box 16
Stepp, J.F.
Box 16
Stevens, A/3c S.E.
Box 16
Stevenson, H.A.
Box 16
Stines, Ernest Harrison
Box 16
Stone, Clarence M.
Box 16
Stone, Wallace B.
Box 16
Strauss, Karl H.
Box 16
Streadwick, Cecil L,.
Box 16
Swan, Frank. Small Bus. Loan.
Box 16
Sweeny, Stanley W.
Box 16
S
Box 18
S
Box 18
Tahlguetle, Dewey
Box 18
Taliaferro, Walter R.
Box 18
Talley, Bailey T.
Box 18
Taylor, Jos J., Jr.
Box 18
Taylor, Joseph J.
Box 18
Tennent, Dr. G.S.
Box 18
Thacker, Add
Box 18
Thomas, Blanche A. (Re: retirement)
Box 18
Thompkins, Archie
Box 18
Thompson, Harry Zebulon
Box 18
Thompson, Ralph M.
Box 18
Toland, Hugh James, Jr.
Box 18
Trull, Ed F.
Box 18
Trull, Rupert L.
Box 18
Turner, Myrtle N.
Box 18
T
Box 18
T
Box 18
U
Box 18
Vaughan, Wanda Marie
Box 18
V
Box 18
Walden, Earl W.
Box 20
Walker, William Pitt
Box 20
Walsh, T.I. (Re: Scholarship for son, Homer Jerome)
Box 20
Walton, Mrs. Kester
Box 20
Walton, Dr. Seth T.
Box 20
Ward, Guy A.
Box 20
Watts, Bob
Box 20
Wayman, Mrs. Bessie E.
Box 20
Weather Station
Box 20
Weather Wing Employment
Box 20
Weaver, William J., III
Box 20
Webb, Grady C.
Box 20
Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Anton. and Sister Ingeborg
Box 20
Weeks, Mrs. Maude Sanders
Box 20
Welch, Virgil
Box 20
Weissinger Lumber Company (T.M. Jenkins. Atty)
Box 20
Weissinger Lumber Company
Box 20
Weissinger Lumber Company
Box 20
Wells, Nellie L. (Geo. W.)
Box 20
Western Carolina Livestock. Dept. of Agriculture
Box 20
Wheeler, Clyde H.
Box 20
Whitaker, Ed. B.
Box 20
White, Morris H.
Box 20
White Transportation Co.
Box 20
Whitmire, Howard
Box 20
Whitner, Bobby M.
Box 20
Whittemore, Orville A.
Box 20
Wilder, Mrs. Mary E.
Box 20
Wildes, Robt. Eugene
Box 20
Willis, Thomas W.
Box 20
Wilson, Bobby Ray
Box 20
Wilson, Charles G.
Box 20
Wilson, Morris
Box 20
Wilson, Mrs. Nellie
Box 21
Wimpey, Bennis Howard
Box 21
Wolfoy, John
Box 21
Wood, Mrs. Essie
Box 21
Woodard, Mrs. Charlie
Box 21
Woodson, Marvin C.
Box 21
Woody, Walker Western
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Worley, Dan C. (Re: over-seas employment)
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Wright, Neva C.
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Wrinn, Mrs. John Jones
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Yarborough, Lonnie P.
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Yost, M.F.
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Young, Donald
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Young, Fred R.
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Young, Luther H., Jr. 01-647 010
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Young, Mr. Quatermaster Market Center
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Young, Sue
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Letters. 1953, Jan.-March
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Letters. 1953, April-June
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Letters. 1953, July-September
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Letters. 1953, October-December
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Letters. 1954, January-March
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Letters. 1954, April-June
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Letters. 1954, July-September
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Letters. 1954, August-December
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Letters. 1955, April-December
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Letters.1956
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Letters.1957
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Letters.1958
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Letters. 1953, January-March
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Letters. 1953, April-June
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Letters. 1953, July-September
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Letters. 1953, October-December
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Letters. 1954, January-March
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Letters. 1954, April-June
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Letters. 1954, July-September
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Letters. 1954, October-December
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Letters. 1955, January-March
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Letters.1956
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Letters.1957
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Letters.1958
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Congratulatory and Recommendations. Also Sympathy. 1953-1954
Congratulatory Letters.1954
Congratulations and Sympathy. 1957-1958
References and Recommendations.1953 - 1958
Guest Book. 1953-1956
Guest Book. 1956-1958
Inaugural Invitation.1953
Speech delivered at St. Francis High School. June 4,1953
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Speech given before the Osteo-Pathic Society Re: OA
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Speech given at Lions Club. Sept. 24,1952
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Notes on Cherokee delivered at Lions Club.1956
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Black,Eugene R.
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Speech over Station WLOS/League of Women Voters. May 16, 1958
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Speech by Judge Shuford before the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. Asheville. May 26, 1955
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Speech to be made at Cullowhee. Research and the Graduate
Box 29
Veterans Speech Notes
Box 29
This is the Law. T.V. Program
Box 29
Speech of Hon. Jas. O. Eastland. May 26, 1955. The Supreme Courts 'Modern Scientific Authorities' in the Segregation Cases
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Speech given before Optimist Club. Oct. 14, 1957
Box 29
Speech. N.C. Food Dealers Asso.
Box 29
Mr. Shuford's Talks
Box 29
Asheville Chamber of Commerce. Introduction. Sen. McClellan. Jan., 1958
Box 29
Speech before V.F.W. Asheville. Feb. 1, 1958
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Speech presented at Buncombe Democratic Convention. May 15, 1954
Box 29
Rural Electrification Speech Notes
Box 29
Speech. REA
Box 29
Speech Material
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Addresses
Box 31
Agencies. Information
Box 31
Asiatic Beetle. Haywood County
Box 31
Bulletins, 1953-1954
Box 31
Bulletins, 1954
Box 31
Bulletins, 1955-1956
Box 31
Bulletins, 1957-1958
Box 31
Buncombe County ASC Office Investigation
Box 32
Cane Creek. Buncombe County. Soil Conservation Service
Box 32
Copies of Bills. 1955-1956
Box 32
Copies of Bills. 1957-1958
Box 32
Department of Agriculture. 1953
Box 32
Department of Agriculture. 1954-1958
Box 32
Department of Agriculture. Reorganization
Box 32
Department of Agriculture. Soil Conservation
Box 32
Extension of Remarks. James G. K. McClure.
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Farmers Federation
Box 32
Farm Program
Box 32
Farmers Federation Cooperative
Box 32
Farmers Union Program
Box 33
Flexible Farm Program
Box 33
General
Box 33
Haywood County Farm Group
Box 33
Hendersonville Gladiolus Growers Assoc.
Box 33
Legislation. 1955-1956
Box 33
Legislation. 1957-1958
Box 33
Agricultural Conservation Program. HR 4877. 1953-1958
Box 34
N.C. Agricultural Statistics.1954
Box 34
North Carolina Farm Bureau Federation Inc. 1955
Box 34
Parity Price Support Program
Box 34
Reports. Annual. North Carolina.1953
Box 34
Soil Survey of Buncombe County.1954
Box 34
Soil Survey. Cherokee and Jackson.1957
Box 34
Soil Survey. Haywood County.1956
Box 34
Soil Survey. Macon County.1956
Box 34
Soybean Standards
Box 34
Veto of Farm Bill. Senate discussion. 4/16/56
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Watershed Protection Act. (Soil Conservation Service).1954
Box 34
Yearbooks. 1950-1951
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Yearbooks.1952
Box 34
Yearbooks.1953
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Yearbooks.1954
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Yearbooks.1955
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Yearbooks.1956
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Yearbooks.1957
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Yearbooks. Misc.
Box 35
Yearbooks. Various Years
Box 35
Air Lines
Box 36
Convention. 1954
Box 36
General. 1957-1958
Box 36
Applications
Box 36
For Jobs in New Congress.1954
Box 36
Job Applications.1953
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Copies of Bills. 1955-1956
Box 36
Copies of Bills. 1957-1958
Box 36
Legislation. Various Years
Box 36
Legislation. 1957-1958
Box 36
Supplemental Approp. Implement. P.L. 733
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Arlington Memorial Amphitheater. Prohibiting the erection of carillons on the land of the U.S. near. H.R. 13785.1958
Box 37
Copies of Bills.1955
Box 37
Copies of Bills. 1957-1958
Box 37
Department of Air Force. 1955. 1957-1958
Box 37
Department of Army. 1955. 1957-1958
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Legislation. 1955-1956
Box 37
Legislation. 1957-1958
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Reserve Bill.1955
Box 37
Universal Military Training
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Airport
Box 38
Airport
Box 38
Airport
Box 38
Arcade Building
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Bill for Relief of Dixie Novelty Co.1955.H.R. 2784
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Country Day School
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Federal Agency Transfer
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Industrial Council. 1953-1954
Box 38
Industrial Council.1955
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Industrial Council. 1957-1958
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Mills Manufacturing Corporation
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Wise
Box 38
Wise. T.V.
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Atomic Energy Commission. 1955. 1957-1958
Box 39
H.R. 9757. S. 3690. Amend Atomic Energy Com. Act.1954
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Joint Committee on Atomic Energy
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Joint Committee on Atomic Energy. Legislation. 1957-1958
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Blue Ridge Parkway Office
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Blue Ridge. 1954
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Blue Ridge Parkway. 1955-1956
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Blue Ridge Parkway. 1957-1958
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Blue Ridge Parkway. misc.
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Blue Ridge Parkway. misc.
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H.R. 11055. To Provide that the Blue Ridge Parkway shall be toll free. 1955-1958
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H.R. 10540. To Provide that the Blue Ridge Parkway shall be toll free.1956
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Spalling
Box 40
Chief Blythe
Box 40
Brittain Hosiery Mills
Box 40
Brumbaugh. H.R. 7713. Relief of Hertha Stammler Brumbaugh
Box 41
Federal Building. H.R. 9137
Box 41
H.R. 8988. To Provide for the construction of a new post office, fed. courthouse, and fed. office building
Box 41
Burley Tobacco. H.R. 9148
Box 41
Calendars.1957
Box 41
Campaign for the 48 States
Box 41
Congressional.1954
Box 41
Material
Box 41
Stevenson Campaign.1956
Box 41
The Capitol
Box 41
Cemeteries visited while on trip
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Cherokee. 1955
Box 41
Cherokee Development Program
Box 41
Cherokee. General.1956
Box 41
Cherokee. General.1957
Box 41
Cherokee Hearings. September,1955
Box 41
Cherokee Indian Res. Food Contract.1955
Box 42
Proposed School Buildings
Box 42
Civil Aeronautics Board. 1955
Box 42
Civil Rights. General
Box 42
H.R. 2145. To Provide means at further securing and protecting the civil rights of persons within the jurisdiction of the U.S.1957
Box 42
H.R. 6127.1957
Box 42
Integration. General
Box 42
Segregation
Box 42
Segregation at Oteen
Box 42
Segregation Resolution of March 12, 1956
Box 42
Civil Service Commission. 1955
Box 42
Retirement System
Box 43
To Increase annuities payable to certain annuitants from the civil service retirement and disability fund, etc. H.R. 4427.1957
Box 43
Applications. Clerical
Box 43
Clerk Hire
Box 43
Clerk's Office. Correspondence
Box 43
Cocke, Philip C. 1957
Box 43
Colorado River
Box 43
Colorado River Project
Box 43
Colorado Storage Project
Box 43
Daily Folder. Current Correspondence
Box 43
Irrigation Subcommittee. Upper Colorado legislation. 1955-1956
Box 43
Irrigation Subcommittee. Upper Colorado legislation. 1955-1956
Box 44
Reports on H.R. 3383. Upper Colorado
Box 44
Copies of Bills. Interstate and Foreign Commerce. 1955-1957
Box 44
Department of Commerce. 1955. 1957-1958
Box 44
GATT. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
Box 44
H.R.-1. Rec. Trade. 1956
Box 45
H.R. 7417. Repeal Case in Tariff Ways and Means. 1956
Box 45
H.R. 4294. Reciprocal Trade Act
Box 45
House Document 99. Federal Medical Services. CIFC. 1955
Box 45
Legislation. Interstate and Foreign Commerce. 1955-1956
Box 45
Legislation. Interstate and Foreign Commerce. 1957-1958
Box 45
Communism
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Correspondence. Members of Congress. 1955-1956
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Correspondence. Members of Congress.1957
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Congressional Poll. 1953
Box 46
Congressional Directory. 1955-1956
Box 46
Congressional Directory. 1957-1958
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Congressional Record. Remarks. 1956
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Congressional Record. Remarks. 1957-1958
Box 46
Congressional Record. 1957-1958
Box 46
Bricker Amendment
Box 46
H.J. Res. 448. Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution with respect to the admission of new states as sovereign states of the United States.1957
Box 46
Info. on Constitution
Box 46
Declaration of Constitutional Principles Department of Defense. 1955. 1957-1958
Box 46
Young Democratic Club Letter. Re: Tom Garrison Letter.1953
Box 46
Democratic Rally. Oct. 5, 1954
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Democratic Rallies. 12th District
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Jefferson-Jackson Dinner. 1954
Box 47
Jefferson-Jackson Dinner. 1955
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1955-1956
Box 47
1956
Box 47
Newspaper Info. News Releases
Box 47
1957-1958
Box 47
Banking and Currency. Hurricane and Disaster Legislation. 1955-1956
Box 47
Drought and Disaster Program
Box 47
Disaster Loans
Box 47
Copies of Bills. 1957-1958
Box 47
Legislation. 1955-1956
Box 47
District Office
Box 48
Expenses
Box 48
Echo Park
Box 48
Echo Park Dam
Box 48
Copies of Bills. Education and Labor.1955
Box 48
Federal Aid to Education. H.R. 7535
Box 48
Legislation. Education and Labor. 1955
Box 48
Legislation. Education and Labor. 1957-1958
Box 49
Oil for Education Bill. S. 772. Sen. Hill, Scott, etc.
Box 49
S.S. Sen. Hill. 30 other senators
Box 49
School Groups.1954. 1957-1958
Box 49
School Groups.1955. 1956
Box 49
School Lunch Program
Box 49
Vocational Educational Funds
Box 49
Equipment
Box 49
Electric Power
Box 49
Private Power Companies. rapid amortization cert.
Box 49
Public and Private Power
Box 49
Tarheel Electric Membership Ass'n. Inc.
Box 49
Rural Elcetric Association
Box 49
Rural Electrification
Box 50
Employment Service. United States
Box 50
Extension of Remarks
Box 50
Falson Dam Bill. H.R. 8328
Box 50
Federal Housing Administration
Box 50
Federal Power Commission. 1955
Box 50
Federal Register
Box 50
FHA Appraiser
Box 50
Banking and Currency. 1955-1956
Box 50
Copies of Bills. Banking and Currency. 1955-1956
Box 50
Copies of Bills. Banking and Currency. 1957-1958
Box 50
Legislation. Banking and Currency. 1957-1958
Box 50
Legislation. Senate Finance Committee. 1957-1958
Box 50
Fish
Box 50
Fish and Wildlife
Box 51
Fluoridation Program. H.R. 2341
Box 51
Fontana Drug Store. Inc.
Box 51
Fontana Village
Box 51
Applications for1957football tickets (Navy Academy, West Point)
Box 51
Football Tickets
Box 51
Copies of Bills. 1955-1956
Box 51
Copies of Bills. 1957-1958
Box 51
Legislation. 1955-1956
Box 51
Legislation. 1957-1958
Box 52
Foreign Service
Box 52
Forest Service. Dept. of Agriculture. 1957-1958
Box 52
Flood Prevention Problem
Box 52
Highway
Box 52
1 tr. from Mrs. Riley
Box 52
Frying Pan
Box 52
Frying Pan. Arkansas Project
Box 52
General Services Administration. 1955
Box 52
Copies of Bills. 1957-1958
Box 52
Kennedy-Rogers Bill. 1957
Box 52
Legislation. 1955-1956
Box 52
Legislation. 1957-1958
Box 52
Government Printing Office
Box 53
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Box 53
Haberis. H.R.1988.Relief of Gerasimos Athanase Haberis
Box 53
Haley-Shuford minority Report. Final Draft. H.R. 3384
Box 53
Health, Education, and Welfare. 1955. 1957-1958
Box 53
Heintooga. Editorials on
Box 53
Hell's Canyon Dam
Box 53
Hell's Canyon Dam Legislation and Committee
Box 53
Hell's Canyon Legislation.1958
Box 53
Highway Districts
Box 54
Highway Legislation. 1456
Box 54
Highway Revenue. H.R. 9075
Box 54
Proposed highway Program. H.R. 7072
Box 54
Hoey, Clyde R. Statement to the Press
Box 54
Hoover Comm. Report
Box 54
Hopper, Relief of George D. H.R.1989
Box 54
Copies of Bills. House Administration.1955
Box 54
Legislation. House Administration . 1956-1958
Box 54
Legislation. Rules. 1955-1956
Box 54
Housing Bill. H R 7839
Box 54
Housing and Home Finance Agency. 1955
Box 55
H.R.1990.Relief of Michael Aristides Tsperkas
Box 55
H.R. 5678. Immigration and Nationality Act
Box 55
McCarran Act
Box 55
Inauguration. 1953
Box 55
Inauguration.1957
Box 55
Indian Affairs
Box 55
Indian Affairs
Box 55
Cherokee Indians
Box 56
General
Box 56
General Correspondence
Box 56
General Legislation. 1955-1956
Box 56
H.R. 4830. To Authorize revision of the Tribal roll of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, N.C. and for other purposes
Box 56
Legislation.1957
Box 56
Legislation. Committee.1954
Box 56
Osage
Box 57
Seminole Indian Florida Trip
Box 57
Sioux Indians
Box 57
Subcommittee. General .1957
Box 57
Subcommittee. Termination Legislation. 1955
Box 57
Ute
Box 57
Industries. New in Western N.C.
Box 57
Information Service. U.S. 1955
Box 57
Interior and Insular Affairs. H.R. 89. 1953
Box 57
Department of Interior.1955. 1957-1958.2-3982
Box 57
H. Con. Res. 106. Int. and Insular Affairs
Box 57
Committee. General.1957
Box 58
Committee. Misc.
Box 58
Committee. Misc.
Box 58
Committee. Misc.
Box 59
Committee. Misc.
Box 59
General Correspondence. 1955-1956
Box 59
Invitations. 1953
Box 60
Invitations.1954
Box 60
Invitations.1954
Box 60
Invitations. Pending.1955
Box 60
Invitations.1955
Box 60
Invitations.1956
Box 61
Invitations.1956
Box 61
Invitations.1957
Box 61
Invitations.1957
Box 61
Invitations.1958
Box 62
Invitations.1958
Box 62
General.1957
Box 62
General Correspondence
Box 62
General Legislation. 1955-1956
Box 62
Legislation.1957
Box 62
Additional Judgeship for State of North Carolina. H.R. 3559
Box 63
Adjust Salaries of Judges. Members of Congress, etc. H.R. 3828
Box 63
Bryson City, N. C.
Box 63
Copies of Bills.1945. 1955
Box 63
Copies of Bills. 1957-1958
Box 63
H.R. 5824
Box 63
Legislation. 1955-1956
Box 63
Legislation. 1957-1958
Box 63
Pay Raise for Congressmen and Judges
Box 63
Department of Justice. 1955
Box 64
Kerr. H.R. 10245. For the Relief of Cecil Laing Kerr
Box 64
Department of Labor. 1955
Box 64
Taft-Hartley
Box 64
Taft-Hartley Act
Box 64
Union Shops
Box 64
Vocational Rehabilitation and Education
Box 64
League of Women Voters
Box 64
League of Women Voters
Box 64
Library of Congress
Box 64
Liquor Advertising. H.R. 1227. Bryson Bill
Box 64
Maps (New) United States
Box 64
McCarthy Controversy
Box 64
Legislation. H.R. 19
Box 64
Legislation. 1955-1956
Box 64
Legislation. 1957-1958
Box 64
National Committee
Box 64
Minerals
Box 64
Mines and Mining
Box 64
Feldspar
Box 65
General.1957
Box 65
General Correspondence.
Box 65
General Legislation. 1955-1956
Box 65
Legislation.1957
Box 65
MICA. 1953-1954
Box 65
MICA. Import Study
Box 65
To Provide for the maintenance of essential production of tungsten ores and concentrate in the U.S. H.R. 9820
Box 65
Mission-66. 1956
Box 65
Morgan. H.R. 6824. A Bill for the Relief of the Family of Joseph A. Morgan
Box 65
Mud Creek Watershed Project
Box 65
Mutual Security Act
Box 65
Forest Service. Department of Agriculture
Box 66
H.R.1972. National Forests
Box 66
H.R. 9822. To provide for the establishment of a trout hatchery on the Davidson River in the Pisgah National Forest in N.C.
Box 66
Mt. Pisgah Television Tower
Box 66
Nantahala National Forest
Box 66
National Forests
Box 66
National Gallery of Art
Box 66
Appropriation for National Park Service. H.R. 4828
Box 66
Bear Problem. Smoky Mt. Area
Box 66
Editorials
Box 66
General
Box 66
Travel Survey. Yosemite
Box 66
Department of Navy. 1955
Box 67
Newsletter
Box 67
Newspapers and Clippings
Box 67
Federal Offices closed in N.C.
Box 67
General. 1955-1956
Box 67
General.1957
Box 67
Buncombe. Political
Box 68
Cherokee. Political
Box 68
Clay. Political
Box 68
Graham. Political
Box 68
Haywood. Political
Box 68
Henderson. Political
Box 68
Info. Re: 12th District
Box 68
Jackson. Political
Box 68
Macon. Political
Box 68
North Carolina. 12th District
Box 68
Swain. Political
Box 68
Translyvania. Political
Box 68
Oerlikon
Box 68
Oteen
Box 68
Oteen Advisor Matter
Box 68
Oteen V.A. Hospitals
Box 68
Pages
Box 68
Pakistan. Wheat for Pakistan. H.R. 5659. Congressional Record. June 23, 1953
Box 68
Passports
Box 68
Pattison. Hortense R. (Harold Shuttles). H.R. 9116
Box 69
Personnel
Box 69
Photographers
Box 69
Pigeon River Project
Box 69
Pledge of Allegiance to Flag. State Joint Resolution 126. Under God
Box 69
Political. General
Box 69
Clerks
Box 69
Legislation. H.R. 1826. Postal. Moss. Of Calif.
Box 69
Legislation. H.R. 2297. P.O. Employees Salary. H.R. 2344. Salary Adjustment
Box 69
Legislation. H.R. 2344
Box 69
Legislation. H.R. 2685. Regulations
Box 69
Legislation. H.R. 4644.
Box 69
Legislation. H.R. 9245. Postal Pay Reclassification
Box 69
Legislation. H.R. 11380
Box 69
Legislation. Public Law. 669
Box 69
Parcel Post Weights. (Public Law 199)
Box 70
Postal Pay Raises. Info. 1954
Box 70
Copies of Bills.1956
Box 70
Copies of Bills. 1957-1958
Box 70
Federal Employees Pay Raise Legislation
Box 70
H.R. 8894. Retirement Annuity
Box 70
Legislation. 1955-1956
Box 70
Legislation. 1957-1958
Box 70
Post Office Department. 1955
Box 71
Press. Statements to
Box 71
Public Health Legislation. H.R. 9397. H.R. 8149
Box 71
General Legislation. 1953-1954
Box 71
General Legislation. 1955-1956
Box 71
Legislation.1957
Box 71
Legislation. Land withdrawals for military purposes. H.R. 627
Box 71
Legislation. H.R. 4023
Box 72
Legislation. H.R. 4023
Box 72
Legislation. H.R. 4646 Ellsworth Bill
Box 72
Public Lands Subcommittee. General
Box 72
Copies of Bills.1956
Box 72
Copies of Bills. 1957-1958
Box 72
Legislation. 1955-1956
Box 72
Legislation. 1957-1958
Box 72
Publications. Misc.
Box 73
Queen, J. Richard
Box 73
Queen. For Dick
Box 73
Questionnaire
Box 73
Railroad Legislation
Box 73
Railroad Retirement Act. H.R. 356
Box 73
Railroad Retirement Board. 1955
Box 73
Reconstruction Finance Corporation. 1955
Box 73
Refugee Relief Act. H.R. 6481
Box 73
Refugees. Hungarian
Box 73
Refugee Relief Program
Box 73
Rent Controls. H.R. 4507
Box 74
1954
Box 74
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Box 74
1957
Box 74
1957
Box 75
Resolutions.1954
Box 75
Resolutions. 1955-1956
Box 75
Resolutions.1958
Box 75
Rollman. Mr. H.W. Re: World Construction Plan
Box 75
St. Lawrence Seaway
Box 75
Mr. Shuford. Biographical Sketch
Box 75
Judge Shuford's Voting Record
Box 75
Administration.1955
Box 76
Committee. Bills. 1957-1958
Box 76
Committee. Legislation. 1957-1958
Box 76
H.R. 4665. To Amend the Small Business Act of1953to make Small Business Adm. a permanent agency of the government, etc.
Box 76
Small Business
Box 76
Smith, Willis
Box 76
H.R. 9709. Unemployment Compensation Program and Proposed Amendments
Box 76
Social Security
Box 76
Stamp Account
Box 76
1953-1954
Box 76
1955
Box 76
1956
Box 76
1957-1958
Box 76
Department of State. 1955
Box 76
Subversive Activities Control Board
Box 77
Proposed Tariff Changes
Box 77
Co-ops. H.R. 1559
Box 77
Co-ops
Box 77
Excess Profits Tax
Box 77
Federal Excise Tax
Box 77
H.R. 3078. Jenkins
Box 77
H.R. 3316. Simpson Bill. An amendment to Sec. 120 of Internal Revenue Code
Box 77
H.R. 3589 and H.R. 3468. Tax on Non-Profit Groups
Box 77
H.R. 4259. One yr. extension excise tax-$20.00 credit individual income. Ways and Means Com.
Box 77
H.R. 5180. Mason Bill
Box 77
H.R. 6409
Box 77
H.R. 8300. Tax Bill
Box 77
Internal Revenue Service
Box 77
Tax Exemption
Box 77
Tax Revision Bill
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1953
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1954
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1955
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1957-1958
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Dixon-Yates Matter
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Handbook on TVA
Box 78
S. 2373. Amend TVA Act of1933
Box 78
Self-financing
Box 78
Tax Equivalents Paid by TVA.1953
Box 78
Water Reservoir System
Box 78
Alaska. Fairbanks
Box 78
Statehood. Alaska and Hawaii. 1953-1954
Box 78
Statehood on Alaska and Hawaii. 1955-1956
Box 78
Statehood. Alaska and Hawaii. 1957-1958
Box 79
General Correspondence. 1955-1956
Box 79
General.1957
Box 79
Legislation.1956
Box 79
Legislation.1957
Box 79
1953-1954
Box 79
Burley
Box 79
Burley. Graduated Excise Tax Hearings H.R. 4829. To increase the national marketing quota for burley tobacco by 10 per centum
Box 79
General. 1957-1958
Box 79
Processed. May 1,2,3,1956
Box 79
Transylvania County. General
Box 80
Department of Treasury. 1955
Box 80
Development
Box 80
Division. Central Valley Project
Box 80
H.R. 6997and H.R. 7407
Box 80
1953
Box 80
1955-1956
Box 80
1957
Box 80
Tungsten. H.R. 2824. Aspinall Bill on Tungsten
Box 80
Unagusta Furniture Company
Box 81
Un-American Activities. Legislation. 1957-1958
Box 81
1953
Box 81
Administration.1958
Box 81
Affairs.1958
Box 81
Affairs. Copies of Bills. 1955-1956
Box 81
Affairs Committee. Copies of Bills. 1957-1958
Box 81
Affairs Committee. General. 1955-1956
Box 81
Affairs Committee. General.1957
Box 81
Hospital Subcommittee. General. 1957-1958
Box 82
Hospital Subcommittee. Investigation. Vet. Adm. medical program
Box 82
Hospital Subcommittee. Legislation. 1957-1958
Box 82
Housing Subcommittee. 1955-1956
Box 82
Housing Subcommittee.1957
Box 82
Institutional. On-Farm Training
Box 82
Insurance Subcommittee
Box 82
Laundries and other activities in Vets. Hospitals
Box 82
Legislation. 1953-1954
Box 82
Legislation.1955
Box 82
Legislation.1956
Box 83
Legislation.1957
Box 83
Legislation.1958
Box 83
Legislation. Select Committee on Survivors Benefits 1955-1956
Box 83
H.R. 53. H.R. 71. H.R. 72. Re: Special Sub-committee
Box 84
H.R. 72
Box 84
H.R. 73
Box 84
H.R. 1261. To Amend Veterans Regulation No. 2(a) to establish an effective date of awards of pension in the case of certain veterans **** pulmonary tuberculosis
Box 84
H.R. 1262. To authorize and direct the Administrator of Veterans Affairs to accept certain land in Buncombe Co., N.C., for cemetery purposes
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H.R. 1263. To amend title III of the Servicemen's Readjustment Act to remove certain impediments to the processing of applications for V.A. direct loans. etc.
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H.R. 1264. To provide that certain veterans suffering from active p.t. shall be deemed to be permanently and totally for pension purposes while they are hospitalized
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H.R. 2573 and H.R. 2574. Spanish Amer. War Vets.
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H.R. 2741. To direct the administrator of Vets. affairs to convey certain lands to the Hermann
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Hosp. Estate. Houston, Tex.
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H.R. 4602. Mr. Teague's Bill to encourage new residential construction for veterans housing in rural areas and small cities.
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H.R. 4666. To encourage new residential const. for vet's housing by raising the maximum amt. from $10,000 to $12,500. etc.
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H.R. 4625. To amend Sec. 605 of Natl. Service Inc. Act to provide for investment of 20% of the natl. service ins. fund in making loans etc.
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H.R. 5116. To amend Servicemen's Readjustment Act of1944,so as to authorize loans for farm housing to be guaranteed or insured under the same
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H.R. 5727. A bill to amend the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of1944to extend the authority of the V.A. to make direct loans
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H.R. 7886
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H.R. 7886
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H.R. 9020
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H.R. 9282. Amend title III of the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of1944,as amended and for other purposes
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H.R. 9700. A bill to consolidate into one act all of the laws administered by the V.A. and for other purposes
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H.R. 10166. A bill to extend and liberalize the direct home loan program for veterans
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H.R. 10238
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H.R. 10477. and H.R. 10478. Special Sub-committee
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V.A. Loans.1956
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V.A. Loans.1957
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V.A. Loans.1958
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Vivisection
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Voting Record
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Information. S. 2549
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Pollution. 1956
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Pollution. 1956
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Stream Pollution. H.R. 234
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Copies of Bills. 1954-1956
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Copies of Bills. 1957-1958
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Legislation.1956
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Legislation. 1957-1958
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Legislation.1958
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Wheland Company
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The Capitol in Story and Pictures (84th Congress, 1st Session, House Document No. 232)
The Capitol, A Pictorial Story of the Capitol in General and the House Representatives in Particular (85th Congress, 2nd Session, House Document No. 412)

Historical Note

George Adams Shuford (b. 1895) served North Carolina as a lawyer, jurist, state legislator, and member of Congress. He was educated in the public schools of Asheville, the University of North Carolina, and the Law School of the University of Georgia. In 1932 he married Daphne Brown of Asheville. His public career included service as Representative in the State Legislature, 1945-1947, and U. S. Representative, 1953-1959. After retirement from Congress, he became a Superior Court Judge of North Carolina from which he returned to the practice of law in Asheville.

Subject Headings

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Inventory of the George Adams Shuford Papers, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.

Provenance

The George Adams Shuford Papers were gifts to Duke University in 1959 and 1968.

Processing Information

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

Completed ca. 1968

Encoded by Stephen Douglas Miller

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