TABLE OF CONTENTS


Overview of the Collection

Biography

Scope and Content

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Detailed Description

Series I: Biographical Information, 1953-1962

Series II: Correspondence, 1952-1954

Series III: Public Statements, undated, 1955-1962

Series IV: Press Releases, undated, 1952-1962

Series V: Speeches 1953-1962

Series VI: Photographs and Films, undated, 1955-1962

Series VII: Scrapbooks, 1952-1962






Prescott S. Bush Papers



Finding aid prepared by Jeffrey J. Wilson






Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center

405 Babbidge Road, Unit 1205

Storrs, Connecticut 06269-1205

URL: http://doddcenter.uconn.edu/

© 2005 University of Connecticut



Overview of the Collection

Repository: Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center.
Creator: Bush, Prescott Sheldon.
Title: Prescott S. Bush Papers.
Dates: undated, 1952-1962.
Quantity: 22 linear feet.
Identification: MSS19910001
Language: English.
Abstract: Prescott S. Bush was born on 15 May 1895 to Samuel Prescott Bush and Flora Sheldon Bush and was raised in Columbus, Ohio. He received a B.A. from Yale University in 1917 and completed his Army career in 1919. Bush joined the firm of Brown Brothers and Company became a partner in 1930. In 1930. In 1921 he married Dorothy Walker. The couple had five children. A resident of Greenwich, CT, Bush was elected as a member of its representative town meeting. In 1933 he was elected as moderator, a post to which he was re-elected until his election to the United States Senate in 1952. Bush announced his intention not to run for re-election in 1961. He died in 1972.

Biography

Prescott S. Bush was born on 15 Mary 1895 to Samuel Prescott Bush and Flora Sheldon Bush and was raised in Columbus, Ohio. He received a B.A. from Yale University in 1917 and completed his Army career in 1919. Bush joined the firm of Brown Brothers and Company became a partner in 1930. In 1921 he married Dorothy Walker. The couple had five children, one of whom, George Herbert Walker Bush, would become the forty-first President of the United States.

A resident of Greenwich, CT, Bush was elected as a member of its representative town meeting. In 1933 he was elected as moderator, a post to which he was re-elected until his election to the United States Senate in 1952. In 1947, he served as Chairman of the Connecticut Republican State Finance Committee and as Delegate-at-Large to the 1948 Republican National Convention.

Two years after experiencing a close loss in Connecticut's 1950 senatorial election, Bush defeated Abraham Ribicoff in a run to fill the seat left vacant by the death of Senator Brien McMahon. He was re-elected to the Senate in 1956. During his senatorial career, Bush served as a member of the Senate Committee on Banking and Currency, the Senate Committee on Public Works, the Committee on Armed Services, a congressional Joint Economic Committee, and the Special Committee on Aging.

Bush received national recognition as an advocate of fiscal responsibility in government, and sponsored a price stability amendment to the Employment Act of 1946. He also proposed to give the President the power to veto individual items in appropriations bills, and in bills authorizing federal departments and agencies to borrow from the Treasury. He took special interest in the national urban renewal program, and, following enactment of the Housing Act of 1954, convened a Connecticut Conference on Urban Renewal in Hartford. His work on this issue resulted in twenty-six Connecticut communities receiving over $150 million in federal grants, which gave Connecticut the highest per capita renewal program in the United States.

Another of Senator Bush's major legislative interests was flood and hurricane protection for New England communities. He drafted Public Law 71, the Bush Hurricane Survey Act, enabling Army engineers to develop a new program of community protection against hurricane tidal flooding. Along with Congressman John W. McCormack, the Democratic House Majority Leader, Bush cooperated to enact Public Law 685, the Bush-McCormack Act, which expedited the construction of local flood protection works. In addition, Bush played a leading role in the drafting of the Federal Highway Aid Act of 1956, which authorized the construction of the national system of interstate and defense highways.

While Senator, Bush remained active in the Republican party. In 1956, he served as Chairman for the Resolutions Committee of the Republican National Convention. Four years later, he chaired a subcommittee which drafted the widely acclaimed platform planks on economic growth, business and labor.

During his career, Prescott Bush served as director of several nationally known corporations, including the Columbia Broadcasting System, the Wanadium Corporation of America, and Prudential Insurance. For eight years, he was a member of the Executive Committee of the United States Golf Association, serving successively as Secretary, Vice President and President from 1928-1935.

Bush announced his intention not to run for re-election in 1961. He died in 1972.

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Scope and Content

The collection contains biographical sketches, newspaper clippings, information on legislative bills, correspondence, texts of interviews and speeches, press releases, photographs of flood damage and films of television appearances, and scrapbooks. There is little to no personal or family items in the collection. The scrapbooks have been disassembled and photocopied for preservation and ease of use.

In 1966-1967, Prescott Bush conducted an oral history with the Oral History Research Office of Columbia University. A copy of this oral history is available as part of the Bush Papers (Dodd C 9736).

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Arrangement

Series I: Biographical Information (1953-1962)

Series II: Correspondence (1952-1954)

Series III: Public Statements (undated, 1955-1962)

Series IV: Press Releases (1952-1962)

Series V: Speeches (1953-1962)

Series VI: Photographs and Films (undated, 1955-1962)

Series VII: Scrapbooks (1952-1962)

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

There are no access restrictions on this collection.

Restrictions on Use

Permission to publish from these Papers must be obtained in writing from both the University of Connecticut Libraries and the owner(s) of the copyright.

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Related Material

Archives & Special Collections has a substantial collection of materials pertaining to Connecticut's Congressional delegation. For detailed information on these collections please contact the curator or ask at the reference desk. See also, the Prescott Bush oral history (19667-1967, Columbia University, Dodd C 9736).

The following materials have been separated from the collection and cataloged:

Annual Report of the Town of Chaplin,1953. Dodd WF 145

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Index Terms

This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.

Subjects:

Connecticut—Politics and government—1951-
Disaster relief—United States.
Federal Highway Program (U.S.)
Greenwich (Conn.) Town Meeting.
Hurricane protection—United States.
Republican National Convention.
Republican Party (U.S.: 1854-)
United States. Congress. Senate.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Banking and Currency.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Public Works.
United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee on Aging.

Document Types:

Correspondence.
Newsletters.
Photographs.
Press releases.
Scrapbooks.
Speeches.

Occupations:

Politician.

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Administrative Information

Custodial History

The Papers were deposited at the Connecticut State Library in 1963. In 1991, the papers were deaccessioned by the State Library and transferred to the University of Connecticut Libraries.

Preferred Citation

[Item description, #:#], Prescott S. Bush Papers. Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Libraries.

Acquisition Information

In 1991, the papers were deaccessioned by the State Library and transferred to the University of Connecticut Libraries. A deed of gift for the collection was executed by Prescott Bush, Jr. in October 1991.

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Detailed Description

Series I: Biographical Information, 1953-1962
Biographical sketch
1:1 1955
1:2 1955 October 1
1:3 1956 August
1:4 1956-1957
1:5 1959
1:6 1959 October
1:7 1961 January 1
1:8 1961 August 15
1:9 1962
1:10 Condensed, 1962
1:11 Articles, 1958-1959
1:12 Bills Introduced in 83rd Congress, 1953-1954
C 9736 Oral history, 1966-1967
1:13 Voting Records, 86th Congress, 1st session, 1959
Series II: Correspondence, 1952-1954
1:14 Speaking engagements, 1952-1953
1:15 American Society of Newspaper Editors Reception, 1953
1:16 “Hats for Senators” Luncheon, 1953
1:17 Television—Michael Goode, 1952-1954
1:18 Radio Broadcasts—General, 1952-1954
1:19 Radio Broadcast—WSTC (Stamford, CT), 1953
1:20 Broadcast—WNHC TV, 1953
1:21 Correspondence, 1954
Series III: Public Statements, undated, 1955-1962
Statements
2:22 1955
2:23 1956
2:24 1957
2:25 1958
2:26 1959
2:27 1960
2:28 1961
2:29 1962
2:30 WICC Broadcasts
2:31 Television—General Sturgis, 1955
2:32 Television programs—General, 1956
2:33 Television—Civil Defense for WICC (Bridgeport, CT), undated
2:34 Television—Combined FEP, undated
2:35 Reports from Washington, 1961-1962
Series IV: Press Releases, undated, 1952-1962
3:36 1952 November
3:37 1952 December
3:38 Resignation from directorates of publicly-owned companies, 1953 January 2
3:39 Death of Senator Brien McMahon, 1953 January 3
3:40 Wiggins Airlines Case, 1953 January 6
3:41 WTIC and WICC broadcasts, 1953 January 6
3:42 Filibusters—Cloture, 1953 January 8
3:43 President's Inaugural address, 1953 January 20
3:44 State control of Bradley Field, 1953 January 22
3:45 Metropolitan Golf Writers, 1953 January 27
3:46 President's State of the Union, 1953 February 2
3:47 Tax on copper, 1953 February 3
3:48 President's State of the Union, 1953 February 3
3:49 Patronage positions and appointments, 1953 February 4
3:50 Tariff, Trade Agreements Act; Yalta and Potsdam Agreements, 1953 February 5
3:51 Highway tolls, 1953 February 6
3:52 Claire Booth Luce as Ambassadress to Italy, 1953 February 7
3:53 Lincoln Day, 1953 February 8
3:54 Lincoln Day—Greenwich Republicans, 1953 February 11
3:55 Memorial for Senator McMahon, 1953 February 18
3:56 Senate statement—Senator McMahon, 1953 February 18
3:57 Washington's birthday observance, 1953 February 19
3:58 School aid; Lithuanian Independence Day; Claire Booth Luce, 1953 February 19
3:59 Academies, 1953 February 20
3:60 Profile—Barron's, 1953 February 20
3:61 Committee—hearings, 1953 February 26
3:62 S. 1081 temporary controls, 1953 February 27
3:63 Radio broadcast—Clarence H. Adams, 1953 March 3
3:64 Presidential Emergency powers; condemnation of Soviet repression of minorities; school aid appropriations, 1953 March 5
3:65 Stalin's death, 1953 March 6
3:66 Thomas G. Masavyk, 1953 March 7
3:67 Prisoner of War claims—deadline, 1953 March 14
3:68 Man of the Year Award dinner—State Street Debating Society, Ltd., 1953 March 16
3:69 Tax on baby formula, 1953 March 16
3:70 Foreign affairs, 1953 March 18
3:71 National Mental Health Week, 1953 March 19
3:72 War Damages Insurance; Atomic Bomb; Stalin's Death; William H. Taft, III, 1953 March 19
3:73 Jasper McNevy's 75th Birthday, 1953 March 20
3:74 Schuyler Merritt's death, 1953 April 2
3:75 Tidelands issue; Oil-for-Education, 1953 April 5
3:76 Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps, 1953 April 7
3:77 S. 261 Connecticut River Flood Control Compact, 1953 April 8
3:78 Taft-Hartley Act; amendments to Labor Management Act of 1947, 1953 April 9
3:79 S. 261 Connecticut River Flood Control, 1953 April 12
3:80 Clothing for Korean orphans, 1953 April 13
3:81 S. 1081 Controls; Critical Defense housing areas; Rent controls; Tidelands bill; Export-Import Bank, 1953 April 16
3:82 S. J. Res. 13 Tidelands bill; submerged land, 1953 April 21
3:83 Tabling of the Hill; Oil-for-Education amendment, 1953 April 27
3:84 Filibuster; Tidelands issue; McCarran Act; national mental health; Presidential Foreign policy address, 1953 April 30
3:85 Tidelands bill, 1953 May 5
3:86 S. 1081 Controls; Title VIII of S. 1081, 1953 May 13
3:87 Hawaii statehood; Communist movement in Hawaii Simpson Tariff bill; Reciprocal Trade Agreements Housing, 1953 May 14
3:88 FCC complaints in Waterbury, 1953 May 16
3:89 National Guard protest, 1953 May 17
3:90 Interest rates; Program for a Sound Dollar and Prevention of Inflation, 1953 May 26
3:91 Congressional salaries; Abolish the RFC; Excess Profits Tax; sound fiscal policies, 1953 May 28
3:92 Korean truce; tax reductions; military cuts in appropriations; national security; budget, 1953 June 11
3:93 Facts Forum, 1953 June 16
3:94 Death of George H. Walker, 1953 June 24
3:95 Canceled talk by Mrs. Bush, 1953 June 25
3:96 Senators Bush and Kerr, 1953 June 30
3:97 Budget, 83rd Congress; highway tolls; Air Force appropriations; Public Works Comm. Trip; Banking and Currency CT trip, 1953 July 9
3:98 S. 16 Judiciary Amendment Immunity Provisions—testimony before Congressional Committees, 1953 July 10
3:99 Anne Mitchell, 1953 July 15
3:100 Equal Rights Amendment—S.J. Res. 49, 1953 July 16
3:101 Post Office Deficits; Equal Rights; RFC; small business, 1953 July 23
3:102 Harold R. Somerset—Naval Academy, 1953 July 27
3:103 Korean truce, 1953 July 27
3:104 Simon S. Cohen nomination, 1953 July 27
3:105 Senate committee on Government Operations—S. 2473, 1953 July 29
3:106 Death of Robert A. Taft, 1953 July 31
3:107 Silver Purchase Law repeal, 1953 August 3
3:108 S. 2555 Silver Purchase Law, 1953 August 4
3:109 American Hebrew, 1953 August 4
3:110 Budget debt limit; fiscal problems; economy in government, 1953 August 6
3:111 Greenwich office; housing; Commission on Foreign Economic Policy appointment, 1953 August 13
3:112 CT Federation of Labor—convention, 1953 September 2
3:113 Tax changes in Internal Revenue Laws; Federal Aid to States; CT State Development Commission, 1953 September 8
3:114 S. 796 correspondence to Russell Swinger, 1953 September 15
3:115 Council on World Affairs, Women's Division luncheon, 1953 September 29
3:116 Danaher appointment, 1953 September 29
3:117 Commission on Foreign Economic Policy—exports and imports, 1953 October 8
3:118 CT Congregational Churches—Conference, Men's Dinner: moral law, 1953 October 8
3:119 Polish American Congress—175th anniversary of Count Pulaski's death, 1953 October 11
3:120 CT Association of Insurance Agents, 1953 October 14
3:121 High school speech—government, 1953 October 23
4:122 Capital Memo program, 1953 November 1
4:123 Banking and Security Committee, 1953 November 4
4:124 Election returns, 1953 November 4
4:125 Entrance exam for Coast Guard Academy, 1953 November 16
4:126 Budget information; tax, 1953 November 21
4:127 Amendments to SEC ads, 1953 November 25
4:128 Foreign policy; Communism; McCarthy-Eisenhower statement, 1953 December 3
4:129 Eisenhower's U.N. statement, 1953 December 9
4:130 REP Committee -Paris trip, 1953 December 11
4:131 Jewish Ledger, 1954 January 4
4:132 President's State of the Union, 1954 January 7
4:133 Elmore, Lyon, Leete—banking, 1954 January 11
4:134 Area 3 bills: New Haven Harbor to Housatonic River; Area 7: Housatonic River to Ash Creek, 1954 January 12
4:135 Broadcast—WTIC, 1954 January 14
4:136 “The Big Issue”, 1954 January 18
4:137 Judge Anderson appointment, 1954 January 18
4:138 Arms; ammunitions bill, 1954 January 18
4:139 Improve Patchogue River bill, 1954 January 18
4:140 Bricker Amendment, 1954 January 21
4:141 Randall Commission report, 1954 January 23
4:142 Foreign Economic Policy Commission, 1954 January 23
4:143 Sunday Star—Herbert Brather, 1954 January 27
4:144 Bricker Amendment, 1954 January 28
4:145 John A. Danaher, 1954 February 2
4:146 Judge Carroll C. Hincks, 1954 February 2
4:147 S. 2846 Amending the Acts administered by the SEC, 1954 February 3
4:148 National Amateur Radio Week, 1954 February 4
4:149 Potato situation, 1954 February 4
4:150 Lincoln Day: Waterbury, 1954 February 12
4:151 Farm policy—FEP, 1954 February 18
4:152 Shooting; Hawaii; George Amendment, 1954 March 4
4:153 McCarthyism, 1954 March 18
4:154 Taxes, 1954 March 23
4:155 Bernie Yudain, 1954 March 30
4:156 President's message on Foreign Economic Policy, 1954 March 30
4:157 Tax Relief program, 1954 April 1
4:158 S. 796; Federal aid to highways, 1954 April 7
4:159 New Haven toll road, 1954 April 9
4:160 Housing—FHA “mess”, 1954 April 15
4:161 S. 3114 Health Insurance bill, 1954 April 25
4:162 Housing scandal, 1954 April 29
4:163 FHA—B and C Committee; federal aid to highways, 1954 May 6
4:164 Cheshire-McCarthy—procedures code, 1954 May 15
4:165 Foreign policy—segregation, 1954 May 20
4:166 Code for Investigations, 1954 May 24
4:167 Pierce J. Gerety appointment, 1954 May 26
4:168 U.S. Tariff Committee—Wood screw, 1954 May 26
4:169 S. 2473—Government Operations Committee, 1954 June 2
4:170 Procedures—review of Administration, 1954 June 17
4:171 S. Res. 253—Rules committee, 1954 June 24
4:172 Essentiality of watch industry, 1954 June 30
4:173 Independence Day speech—Fairfield, CT, 1954 July 5
4:174 Watch industry tariff—President's decision, 1954 July 27
4:175 S. 2846 State on the Floor, 1954 July 28
4:176 Flander's censure of McCarthy; S. 3076 Communist Party Humphrey Amendment, 1954 July 31
4:177 83rd Congress, end of session statement, 1954 August 20
4:178 Bristol—Rotary and Republican Women's Club; Tax reform, 1954 September 14
4:179 Watkins Committee Report, 1954 September 27
4:180 Tariff and Trade Policies—New London LWV, 1954 October 6
4:181 Hamden Town Hall; Republican Rally; FHA Scandals, 1954 October 7
4:182 New Haven, Shrine Club; Communism; Anti-Subversive Bill, 1954 October 8
4:183 Inter-Regional Competition, 1954 October 15
4:184 Code of Fair procedures, 1954 October 19
4:185 Republican National Committee FHA scandal, 1954 October 19
4:186 New Britain Lions Club FHA scandal, 1954 October 19
4:187 New Haven Kiwanis Club vote of confidence for Eisenhower, 1954 October 27
4:188 Coast Guard Academy exam, 1954 November 4
4:189 Senate rules additions [Watkins], 1954 November 9
4:190 State Street Bridge Crossing Investigation, 1954 November 12
4:191 Wood screw industry, 1954 November 17
4:192 McCarthy censure recess, 1954 November 19
4:193 Brady Homes; PHA, 1954 December 3
4:194 McCarthy's statement against President, 1954 December 7
4:195 Federal budget; Humphrey, 1954 December 7
4:196 President's reply to McCarthy, 1954 December 8
4:197 Tanner letter [In Lieu of Taxes and Shared Revenues], 1954 December 9
4:198 Hotel bond; Republican luncheon; American prisoners, 1954 December 14
4:199 State of the Union, 1955 January 6
4:200 Welles Village sale to Glastonbury, 1955 January 10
4:201 President on Foreign economic policy, 1955 January 10
4:202 Stock investigations, 1955 January 10
4:203 Code of Fair Procedures, 1955 January 14
4:204 Release on Keats, 1955 January 16
4:205 NIKE No. 1, 1955 January 16
4:206 President's message on budget, 1955 January 17
4:207 Westport—NIKE, 1955 January 19
4:208 President's economic message, 1955 January 20
4:209 FEP; minimum wage; budget, 1955 January 21
4:210 Radio Amateur Week bill, 1955 January 21
4:211 Foreign Economic Policy—Waugh, 1955 January 24
4:212 League of Women Voters, 1955 January 24
4:213 Hurricane bill—correspondence, 1955 January 26
5:214 Television—NIKE No. 2, 1955 January 30
5:215 Governor Ribicoff—shore erosion, 1955 February 2
5:216 Flemming; Navigation project; Thames River, 1955 February 2
5:217 Health program; Formossa issue, 1955 February 2
5:218 Hurricane—correspondence, 1955 February 4
5:219 FEP—Randall, 1955 February 13
5:220 Face the Nation, 1955 February 13
5:221 Air Force Academy list, 1955 February 16
5:222 League of Women Voters, 1955 February 17
5:223 Statement for Lithuania, 1955 February 18
5:224 Emergency school construction, 1955 February 19
5:225 Governor Ribicoff—Highway bill, 1955 March 1
5:226 Civil Defense—Peterson, 1955 March 13
5:227 Extra Federal Judge in CT bill, 1955 March 16
5:228 Ribicoff—Highway bill, 1955 March 18
5:229 Stock market inquiry to Garrett, Cronan, 1955 March 18
5:230 Highway with Don Larrabee, 1955 March 18
5:231 Urban Renewal Conference, 1955 March 21
5:232 S. 414 hearing, 1955 March 23
5:233 President Eisenhower; bike manufacturers, 1955 March 23
5:234 Dr. Brownell, 1955 March 27
5:235 Urban Renewal Conference, 1955 March 28
5:236 S. 1577 CT Road bill, 1955 March 30
5:237 Clinton Conference—shore erosion, 1955 April 1
5:238 Rogers/Bush—communism; internal security, 1955 April 10
5:239 Senator Green—Code of Fair Procedures, 1955 April 12
5:240 S. 1657; Grants-in-Lieu, 1955 April 13
5:241 Cannon—shore project appropriations, 1955 April 15
5:242 Shore erosion; CT highway; Grants-in-Lieu, 1955 April 16
5:243 S. 414 hearings; public works, 1955 April 19
5:244 Bush; DuPont; highway, 1955 April 24
5:245 Atomic Energy; shore erosion; S. 414; Democrats, 1955 April 30
5:246 Polish Constitution Day Refugee Relief program, 1955 May 2
5:247 Mental Health Week, 1955 May 4
5:248 H.R.I. passage, 1955 May 6
5:249 Polio; highway; appropriations, 1955 May 7
5:250 Bush/Clay—Highway program, 1955 May 8
5:251 Appropriations Committee—shore erosion, 1955 May 9
5:252 Speech: Taft Memorial Public service, 1955 May 14
5:253 Laundrymen meeting—Highway program, 1955 May 14
5:254 Talbott/Bush; Film-Canel; Middletown, 1955 May 18
5:255 Highway; vaccine; Air Force Academy, 1955 May 20
5:256 Postal pay raise, 1955 May 24
5:257 Weather Bureau appropriations, 1955 May 28
5:258 S. 414 [Hurricane bill], 1955 June 2
5:259 Shore problem; weather bureau, 1955 June 4
5:260 Weather bureau, 1955 June 4
5:261 Bush/Thomas—Navy, 1955 June 5
5:262 S. 441; Federal Minimum wage; Housing legislation, 1955 June 18
5:263 Bush/Fleming; Corps of Engineers; shore problems, 1955 June 19
5:264 S. 1577 In Lieu of Taxes, 1955 July 1
5:265 Bush/Schmidt; Weather Bureau warnings, 1955 July 3
5:266 Prosperity, 1955 July 15
5:267 Waterbury Loyal Order of Moose; Communism and Foreign policy, 1955 July 17
5:268 Shore Protection program, 1955 July 18
5:269 Bicycle; President, 1955 July 19
5:270 Downey meeting at Geneva; Communist China and U.N., 1955 July 28
5:271 Bush/Strauss—Atoms for Peace, 1955 July 31
5:272 Freedom of 11 American Airmen—John Downey, 1955 August 1
5:273 84th Congress, 1st Session review, 1955 August 2
5:274 84th Congress overview—Peace and Prosperity, 1955 August 5
5:275 Eisenhower letter to Bush, 1955 August 8
5:276 Rossi letter, 1955 August 10
5:277 Atoms for Peace, 1955 August 11
5:278 Humphrey—tax write-off, Defense Mobilization Office, 1955 August 25
5:279 SBA Office, Waterbury—Charles Foster, 1955 August 25
5:280 Freemen—farm loans to flood victims, 1955 August 26
5:281 PHA action to assist flood victims, 1955 August 26
5:282 Flood Protection program appropriations, 1955 August 27
5:283 Mrs. Leopold Bush, 1955 August 28
5:284 Mayors and Selectmen—Urban Renewal Program, 1955 August 30
6:285 Secretary of the Army—Brucker, 1955 August 31
6:286 President Eisenhower, 1955 September 1
6:287 Flood Protection Project appropriations—Hayden, 1955 September 1
6:288 Johnson/Knowland—Flood Project, 1955 September 2
6:289 Wire—Hotel Bond meeting, 1955 September 2
6:290 General Fleming—Mad River Flood control, 1955 September 1
6:291 Ellsworth Bunker—Red Cross assistance, 1955 September 7
6:292 General Shepherd/Bush, 1955 September 11
6:293 Loan of $10 million to New Haven Railroad, 1955 September
6:294 Defense Department—Air Force, Army, Navy, 1955 September 15
6:295 Sec. Weeks—Hurricane and flood warning, 1955 September 17
6:296 Salem, CT barbecue; comprehensive flood control system, 1955 September 17
6:297 Coast Guard Academy examination, 1955 September 20
6:298 Fulbright—Banking and Currency Committee; disaster insurance, 1955 September 21
6:299 Bush/Mitchell; Secretary of Labor, 1955 September 25
6:300 Bush/Folson, 1955 September 26
6:301 Brucker/Bush correspondence, 1955 October 9
6:302 Attorney General Brownell, 1955 October 10
6:303 Governor Peterson/ Bush—water supply, 1955 October 10
6:304 Flood Insurance program—comments, 1955 October 13
6:305 Success Village housing—Bridgeport, CT, 1955 October 14
6:306 Hershey Metal Products loan of $1.8. million, 1955 October 14
6:307 Rowland Hughes, 1955 October 14
6:308 Scott—Department of Agriculture, 1955 October 14
6:309 Air Force contracts in CT disaster areas, 1955 October 17
6:310 Speech: New England Newspapers advertisers, 1955 October 18
6:311 New Britain—Citizen's Committee, 1955 October 20
6:312 Bush/Peterson, 1955 October 23
6:313 P.L. 875, Corps of Engineers—Private water supply, 1955 October 25
6:314 New England Reg. Rivers and harbors, 1955 October 27
6:315 CT Assn. of Insurance Agents: Prosperity, 1955 October 27
6:316 Flood Insurance, 1955 November 1
6:317 DoA—Program for Farmers, 1955 November 2
6:318 Bush/Barnes—Small Business Administration, 1955 November 6
6:319 Middle East Situation, 1955 November 7
6:320 Naugatuck River (Ansonia) channel clearing, 1955 November 8
6:321 Highway damages—proposed amendment, 1955 November 11
6:322 Bush/Peterson—Civil Defense Administration, 1955 November 21
6:323 Staff Study—Federal Disaster Insurance, 1955 December 8
6:324 Republican Leaders' Meeting, 1955 December 12
6:325 Chavez—Public Works program, 1955 December 14
6:326 DoA policy change—$1500 limit, 1955 December 14
6:327 Urban Renewal—Naugatuck, 1955 December 14
6:328 Fulbright—banking programs, 1955 December 15
6:329 CT Delegation, 1955 December 18
6:330 Service academy candidates, 1955 December 24
6:331 Thomaston Dam and Reservoir damages, 1955 December 29
6:332 “Form” speech for re-election campaign, 1956 January 4
6:333 Sponsorship correspondence, 1956 January 4
6:334 State of the Union, 1956 January 5
6:335 Flood Insurance bill, 1956 January 5
6:336 Flood legislation, 1956 January 5
6:337 Emergency Feed Grain Program: CT eligibility, 1956 January 9
6:338 Flood program, 1956 January 15
6:339 Budget message, 1956 January 16
6:340 Education bill, 1956 January 18
6:341 House Appropriations Committee statement, 1956 January 19
6:342 Quinnipiac Council B.S.A. priority, 1956 January 19
6:343 WTIC; Natural Gas Bill; education, 1956 January 20
6:344 Middle East situation, 1956 January 26
6:345 Harris-Fulbright bill, 1956 January 27
6:346 School; area development; housing for elderly; flood bill, 1956 January 30
6:347 Flood Insurance bill, 1956 January 31
6:348 Senate Appropriations statement, 1956 February 2
6:349 WTIC—Highway program, 1956 February 2
6:350 Congressional Delegation, 1956 February 3
6:351 General Itschner correspondence, 1956 February 6
6:352 Deficiency bill statement, 1956 February 8
6:353 Lincoln Day speeches, 1956 February 8
6:354 Torrington schedule, 1956 February 11
6:355 Bush/Brownell—education, 1956 February 12
6:356 Fleming, 1956 February 17
6:357 Gas Bill veto, 1956 February 17
6:358 Immigration and Farm bill, 1956 February 17
6:359 S. 3272 Floor statement, 1956 February 23
6:360 Bush/Cole—housing and flood insurance, 1956 February 26
6:361 Polish National Home; Sadlak; Immigration bill, 1956 February 27
6:362 Adlai Stevenson, 1956 February 27
6:363 Unemployment correspondence, 1956 February 29
6:364 S. 3272; Farm, housing, Old age assistance, 1956 March 2
6:365 S. 2861, S. 2853, S. 3272, 1956 March 7
6:366 ICC Arpaia, 1956 March 8
6:367 New Haven Railroad meeting), 1956 March 11
6:368 Emergency feed grain, 1956 March 11
6:369 Bush/Lindsay—immigration, 1956 March 11
6:370 Flood Commission hearings, 1956 March 12
6:371 Arpaia—New Haven Railroad, 1956 March 15
6:372 WTIC—flood hearings; House appropriations; Senate public works, 1956 March 16
6:373 New England Senators' correspondence, 1956 March 19
6:374 Bush/Taft—Ireland, 1956 March 26
6:375 Unemployment Compensation benefits, 1956 March 27
6:376 Garrett; Farm; Mayor Lee; UR; Indemnity Flood Control bill, 1956 March 29
7:377 S. 3272—Rhode Island resolution, 1956 April 9
7:378 Garrett—Civil Rights, S. 3272, 1956 April 13
7:379 Farm bill veto, 1956 April 17
7:380 Flood Control bills, 1956 April 18
7:381 Urban Renewal—House subcommittee, 1956 April 19
7:382 Dr. Hauge—economic condition, 1956 April 23
7:383 DPA—Bennett Amendment, 1956 April 24
7:384 DPA Bennett Amendment statement, 1956 April 25
7:385 Bennett Amendment; Flood Insurance bill; other disaster bills, 1956 April 26
7:386 Gore bill—highway, 1956 April 29
7:387 Flood Insurance bill—White House Amendment, 1956 May 1
7:388 Highway bill—action by Public Works, 1956 May 4
7:389 Flood Insurance bill Amendment, 1956 May 4
7:390 “Nothing without Labor” Litchfield dedication, 1956 May 5
7:391 Flood Insurance bill; Grand Lodge of CT, Sons of Italy, 1956 May 6
7:392 Middle East policy, 1956 May 6
7:393 Fallon bill—highway, 1956 May 7
7:394 Loyalty Day celebration, West Haven—FBI; Simon Cohen; Communists, 1956 May 7
7:395 Counter-agents and highway, 1956 May 10
7:396 Federal Flood Insurance Act of 1956, 1956 May 10
7:397 Hoover Commission recommendations, 1956 May 10
7:398 Urban Renewal Administration—Housing bill report, 1956 May 14
7:399 Veteran's Organization—government witnesses trial, 1956 May 16
7:400 Mazzabuffi and Gilman—flood program, 1956 May 21
7:401 Spence—urban renewal assistance for disaster areas, 1956 May 24
7:402 H.R. 10660—highway bill, 1956 May 28
7:403 Freedom Crusade, 1956 June 1
7:404 Bennet Amendment B & C, 1956 June 1
7:405 Garrett—Highway program, 1956 June 6
7:406 “Do Nothing” review of 84th Congress, 2nd session, 1956 June 8
7:407 Flood control; appropriations; New England fiscal 1957, 1956 June 13
7:408 Highway conference, 1956 June 21
7:409 Bennett Amendment—statement, 1956 June 22
7:410 Highway conference report, 1956 June 25
7:411 S. 3272, H.S. 9555, H.S. 9554 correspondence, 1956 June 26
7:412 DPA Conference, 1956 June 26
7:413 Mutual Security Act of 1956, H. R. 11356, 1956 June 29
7:414 American Association of State Highway Officials—commendation, 1956 June 30
7:415 DPA 18 mile limit statements, 1956 July 1
7:416 S. 3272 enactment, 1956 July 2
7:417 Disaster Housing bills, 1956 July 3
7:418 Flood Insurance bill, House Banking and Currency, 1956 July 8
7:419 S. 3272 appropriations, 1956 July 9
7:420 Hartford's Front Market Redevelopment project, 1956 July 10
7:421 Commerce and DMO comments, 1956 July 11
7:422 S. 3272—Ribicoff and Wise, 1956 July 11
7:423 S. 3272 correspondence, 1956 July 11
7:424 Eisenhower correspondence, 1956 July 16
7:425 Bush/McCormack Act appropriations, 1956 July 17
7:426 Cost of Torrington and Winsted dams, 1956 July 19
7:427 Mutual Security Appropriations bill: Knowland Amendment, 1956 July 24
7:428 Disability insurance, 1956 July 26
7:429 1956 Republican platform, 1956 August 21
7:430 Winsted, CT: “Progress”, 1956 September 28
7:431 Buffumville dam ground breaking, 1956 October 5
7:432 Anti-filibuster—Civil Rights , 1957 January 2
7:433 Rule 22, anti-filibuster, 1957 January 4
7:434 Armed Forces Committee, 1957 January 9
7:435 State of the Union, 1957 January 10
7:436 Steel shortage, 1957 January 10
7:437 Banking and Currency Committee—steel shortage, 1957 January 16
7:438 Election of H. Meade Alcorn, Republican National Committee, 1957 January 22
7:439 Military Academy appointments, 1957 January 30
7:440 Public works; Omnibus bill; Torrington dams, 1957 February 4
7:441 School construction; Torrington dams, 1957 February 7
7:442 Lithuanians—statement, 1957 February 14
7:443 Omnibus Judges bill—Judiciary Committee, 1957 February 20
7:444 Middle East—budget, 1957 February 22
7:445 Middle East resolution, 1957 February 27
7:446 Hartford Urban Renewal project; foreign aid; flood insurance, 1957 March 8
7:447 P.L. 685 Torrington project, 1957 March 9
7:448 State payment of flood costs, 1957 March 18
7:449 Temporary housing for flood victims, 1957 March 19
7:450 State payment of flood costs, 1957 March 22
7:451 Budget cut effects on welfare and flood programs, 1957 April 5
7:452 Acreage allotments for corn, 1957 April 9
7:453 P.L. 685 (Bush/McCormack), 1957 April 18
7:454 Tallamy—Highway program, 1957 April 19
7:455 Government program from Poultry Production and Support, 1957 April 22
7:456 Flood Insurance, 1957 April 27
7:457 Budget defense, 1957 May 2
7:458 Farm programs effect of budget; Flood control program, 1957 May 3
7:459 Public Works appropriations statement, 1957 May 7
7:460 Flood Insurance appropriations, 1957 May 15
7:461 National Science Foundation—earth satellites, 1957 May 17
7:462 Housing bill; Defense appropriations; Atomic energy, 1957 May 31
7:463 Mutual Security Act, 1957 June 14
7:464 Fiscal policies, 1957 June 18
7:465 Senate rules—Talmadge and Javits, 1957 June 19
7:466 Civil Rights, Hells Canyon, 1957 June 28
7:467 Greenwich Chapter, American Red Cross, 1957 July 3
7:468 Democratic leadership; Civil Rights; Waterbury Redevelopment; Bush/McCormack Projects, 1957 July 12
7:469 Billboard control; Drought; Hoover Commission; Soil bank; Civil Rights, 1957 July 26
7:470 Civil Rights, 1957 July 31
7:471 Ribicoff; Farm drought, 1957 August 7
7:472 S. 497 Rivers and Harbors bill, 1957 August 8
7:473 Farm program; FHA; Payments; Silverware, 1957 August 9
7:474 Ribicoff; Farm program, 1957 August 15
7:475 Employment Act amendment, 1957 August 21
7:476 S. 2824; Farm inflation; Flood; 85th Congress, 1957 August 22
7:477 New England Conference of State Federations of Women's Clubs; Education; Billboard; Highway, 1957 September 11
7:478 Annual National Home Week Banquet, Home Builders Association—Inflation housing, 1957 September 20
7:479 West Coast SAC headquarters and missile production inspection, 1957 November 28
8:480 Cordiner Rep. And Unified Command; missile, 1958 January 2
8:481 State of the Union address, 1958 January 9
8:482 New Haven Shrine Club—Reorganization of Defense Department, 1958 January 10
8:483 Cronan, Coar; Defense budget, 1958 January 12
8:484 President's budget message, 1958 January 13
8:485 CT-MA Compact for Thames River Valley, 1958 January 13
8:486 Billboard control bill, 1958 January 16
8:487 Urban Renewal, 1958 January 20
8:488 Reorganization of Defense Department, 1958 February 2
8:489 Unemployment, 1958 February 3
8:490 S. 3209 Unification bill, 1958 February 3
8:491 Air Force and Merchant Marine Academy appointments, 1958 February 3
8:492 East Hartford Rotary—Reorganization, 1958 February 12
8:493 Urban renewal; Thomaston dam, 1958 February 13
8:494 Wethersfield—Lincoln Day dinner, 1958 February 13
8:495 St. Louis—Today's Challenge in Education speech, 1958 February 23
8:496 Education, 1958 February 28
8:497 S. 3429 Highway reimbursement bill, 1958 March 10
8:498 S. 3429 statement, 1958 March 11
8:499 S. 3429 correspondence, 1958 March 12
8:500 Defense Contracts and Mutual Security, 1958 March 14
8:501 New England Flood Protection—appropriations, 1958 March 18
8:502 S. 3429 House public works, highway reimbursement, 1958 March 25
8:503 Gore Highway bill, 1958 March 26
8:504 Navy missiles program, 1958 March 28
8:505 Cape Canaveral, 1958 April 3
8:506 Income Tax Regulations for Teachers, 1958 April 4
8:507 Democratic program on Country's economy, 1958 April 11
8:508 P.L. 71 status; Hurricane protection, 1958 April 17
8:509 Urban Renewal projects in CT, 1958 April 18
8:510 S. 3638, S. 3639; Flood control bills; Torrington dam; Bridgeport harbor, 1958 April 21
8:511 Flood control bills; Defense reorganization, 1958 April 25
8:512 Cronan—Labor legislation, 1958 April 30
8:513 Speech—Defense Reorganization, 1958 May 1
8:514 Polish Constitution Day, 1958 May 2
8:515 S. 3753, bill for Oystermen, 1958 May 6
8:516 S. 3683, Area Development bill, 1958 May 8
8:517 Tax structure and tax cuts, 1958 May 9
8:518 Area redevelopment amendment, 1958 May 12
8:519 Committee on Public Works—Omnibus Rivers and harbors bill, 1958 May 19
8:520 Slum Clearance and Urban renewal programs, 1958 May 23
8:521 Thomaston dam ceremonies, 1958 May 26
8:522 Anti-Nixon riots, 1958 May 28
8:523 Mutual Security Program, 1958 June 6
8:524 Mentally retarded, 1958 June 8
8:525 Graduation education and informed citizens, 1958 June 9
8:526 Resolution on Commission on Ethics, 1958 June 27
8:527 Amendment to Housing bill—Urban renewal, 1958 July 7
8:528 Wooster Square redevelopment, 1958 July 7
8:529 Resolution—mentally retarded children, 1958 July 15
8:530 House bill Trade Agreements, 1958 July 16
8:531 Trade Agreements—Safeguard provisions, 1958 July 17
8:532 Defense Department reorganization, 1958 July 18
8:533 Trade Agreements Act, 1958 July 23
8:534 Humane slaughter, 1958 July 28
8:535 H.R. 8002—Hoover Commission recommendations, 1958 July 31
8:536 Sound Government credit, 1958 August 4
8:537 Keogh bill, 1958 August 12
8:538 House Appropriations Committee action on Conference report, 1958 August 20
8:539 Review of the records of the 85th Congress, 1958 August 23
8:540 American Society of Civil Engineers—Urban Renewal and Redevelopment, 1958 October 13
8:541 American Assembly—Inflation, 1958 October 16
8:542 Bridgeport Redevelopment Railroad Avenue Project, 1958 December 4
8:543 Tax assessment settlement CT/ United Aircraft Corp., 1958 December 4
8:544 Award of $17 million contract to Sikorsky, 1958 December 15
8:545 John S. Cooper nomination for Republican Floor Leader, 1958 December 22
8:546 Copper and Kuchel, 1958 December 30
8:547 Academy appointments, 1958 December 31
8:548 Flood protection project on Byram, Pemberwick, Greenwich (January 9), 1959
8:549 S. 63, Consumer Credit Control; S. 64 Employment Act, Congressional Res. Item veto, 1959 January 9
8:550 Six year Urban Renewal and slum clearance program, 1959 January 13
8:551 S. 267 Recognition of the Polish Legion of American Veterans, 1959 January 14
8:552 Inflation—Russia's Cold War Weapon, 1959 January 14
8:553 President's Budget Message, 1959 January 19
8:554 Toll Road reimbursement, 1959 January 20
8:555 Additional district judges, extra sessions at Bridgeport, 1959 January 20
8:556 Coast Guard Barracks construction, 1959 January 22
8:557 Slum clearance and urban renewal—Bridgeport Chamber of Commerce, 1959 January 27
8:558 Problems before the 86th Congress, 1959 February 2
8:559 Protection of Stamford and Mystic against Hurricane Flood—Engineers report, 1959 February 6
8:560 Civil Rights—Discrimination in labor unions, 1959 February 9
8:561 Migration of CT Industry, 1959 February 13
8:562 Migration of CT Industry, 1959 February 14
8:563 Plan for protecting Pawcatuck, 1959 February 16
8:564 Grant for Education—Middletown, 1959 February 17
8:565 Education bills, 1959 February 19
8:566 State Assistance on urban development, 1959 February 19
8:567 Analysis of depressed area bills, 1959 February 22
8:568 Torrington and Winsted dams—appropriations bills, 1959 February 22
8:569 Area assistance bills before Congress, 1959 February 27
8:570 Area assistance bills before Congress, 1959 March
8:571 “Capital Cloakroom”, 1959 March 5
8:572 Employment discrimination to Commission on Civil Rights, 1959 March 5
8:573 Torrington and Winsted dams—preconstruction planning funds, 1959 March 11
8:574 Protection of Stamford—Hurricane project, 1959 March 13
8:575 Protection of Pawcatuck—Flood protection, 1959 March 13
8:576 Dams at Naugatuck River—Northfield Branch, Hancock, and Hop Brook, 1959 March 13
8:577 Kennedy/Ervin bill, 1959 March 16
8:578 Labor legislation, 1959 March 13
8:579 Depressed areas bill, 1959 March 19
8:580 Colchester Post Office, 1959 March 21
8:581 Submarine contract awards other than Electric Boat, 1959 March 24
8:582 Preliminary details for 1960 Census, 1959 March 27
8:583 Inflation, 1959 March 27
8:584 Review; Easter; Democrats; Spenders, 1959 March 30
8:585 Invitations to Bid to Electric Boat, 1959 April 7
8:586 Thurston Morton for Chairman, Republican National Committee, 1959 April 7
8:587 Alcorn, Morton, Mutual security Act, 1959 April 10
8:588 Polaris Program, 1959 April 13
8:589 Fairer taxation of non-residents by NY, MA, 1959 April 15
8:590 Cannon—Flood control project, 1959 April 20
8:591 Tariff Commission—Mandatory quota on imports of stainless steel, 1959 April 21
9:592 Imports of stainless steel, 1959 April 24
9:593 Stainless steel flatware, Interstate Highway toll reimbursement, taxes on non-residents, 1959 April 24
9:594 “Faith of Our Fathers”, 1959 April 26
9:595 Toll road reimbursement, 1959 April 27
9:596 May Day; Law Day [Georgetown]; International Court of Justice, 1959 May 1
9:597 Speech—“Foreign Economic Policy and Inflation” Manchester, NH, 1959 May 3
9:598 Polish Constitution Day, 1959 May 5
9:599 Foreign Industrial Competition, Inflation, 1959 May 8
9:600 Economy, 1959 May 11
9:601 Toll Road reimbursement, S. 1714, S. 570, 1959 May 19
9:602 Trading with the Enemy Act S. 2012, 1959 May 20
9:603 Highway; Toll reimbursement; Employment; Housing Legislation, 1959 May 22
9:604 “Equal Time”-FCC, 1959 May 22
9:605 Health; Welfare, 1959 May 25
9:606 S. 2060, Uniform Cost-sharing on Flood Control projects, 1959 May 28
9:607 Agriculture—Strauss, other nominations, 1959 June 5
9:608 Strauss nomination, 1959 June 6
9:609 Fred Seaton—Oyster eradication, 1959 June 11
9:610 Opposition conference report on Housing bill, 1959 June 19
9:611 Economy; airport bill vote; highway reimbursement;, 1959 June 19
9:612 Multi-State taxation bill, S. 2213, 1959 June 22
9:613 Economy, 1959 June 22
9:614 Manufacturing problems and effects of shopping centers Uconn research grant, 1959 June 23
9:615 Inflation of sound dollar for economic growth, 1959 June 29
9:616 Price Stability for Economic Growth—Interim report;, 1959 June 29
9:617 Polaris Sub contract to Electric Boat, 1959 July 1
9:618 $1.6 million to University of Bridgeport for dormitory, 1959 July 1
9:619 Urban renewal—Seymour, CT, 1959 July 1
9:620 Urban renewal—East Granby, Granbrook Park, 1959 July 2
9:621 Defense, Reader's Digest, Inflation, 1959 July 13
9:622 Starfish Amendment, 1959 July 6
9:623 Foreign Policy, 1959 July 6
9:624 Construction of local Flood protection on W. Branch on Naugatuck, 1959 July 6
9:625 Urban renewal—Farmington, 1959 July 6
9:626 Urban renewal—Ansonia, Broad Street, 1959 July 7
9:627 Urban renewal project—Norwalk wall, 1959 July 8
9:628 Housing bill, S. 2378, 1959 July 14
9:629 Housing bill, S. 2378, Failures of 86th Congress, 1959 July 17
9:630 Failures of 86th Congress—labor, housing, civil rights, inflation, 1959 July 20
9:631 Amendment to S. 2378 (Housing), cost sharing by states, 1959 July 21
9:632 S. 2213 Senate Finance Committee, 1959 July 21
9:633 Housing hearing on veto and S. 2378, 1959 July 27
9:634 Broadcast facilities exchange—USSR and USA, 1959 July 30
9:635 Relief of Sporting arms manufacturers, 1959 July 31
9:636 Labor, Nixon's tour of Russia, multi-state taxes, housing, 1959 July 31
9:637 State Highway department action on highway contracts, 1959 August 5
9:638 Exchange of radio and TV facilities USSR, 1959 August 10
9:639 H.R. 8575 Military construction appropriations, 1959 August 10
9:640 McElroy's Invitation to Krushchev, 1959 August 11
9:641 Veto of Housing bill—override attempt, 1959 August 12
9:642 Griffen-Landrum bill, 1959 August 14
9:643 Labor, housing, highway, 1959 August 14
9:644 Dedication of Bush-McCormack dam—Torrington, 1959 August 20
9:645 Congress should remain in session until business completed, 1959 August 28
9:646 Labor union/Management reform bill, 1959 September 3
9:647 Second Public Works appropriations bill—veto, 1959 September 10
9:648 Urban renewal projects pending approval, 1959 September 11
9:649 Third Housing bill; Presidential vetos; Civil Rights, 1959 September 11
9:650 Review of 86th Congress, 1st session—lack of fiscal responsibility by Democrats; gains in labor reform, 1959 September 14
9:651 Speech—Connecticut Association for Retarded Children, 1959 September 26
9:652 Civil Defense shelter at Hartford Public High School, 1959 September 29
9:653 Speech—Fiscal responsibility, Lakeville/Litchfield County Women's Organization, 1959 September 29
9:654 Speech—Council of Polish Organizations, Pulaski Day Ceremonies, 1959 October 5
9:655 Hartford Republican luncheon—Democrats and 1960 Outlook, 1959 October 6
9:656 Waterbury—Tariff and Trade; AFL resolution on trade; Import quotas, 1959 October 7
9:657 Kaman Aircraft Award, 1959 October 8
9:658 Speech—Fiscal Responsibility, White Sulphur Springs, WVSavings Bank Association, 1959 October 9
9:659 World's Fair, 1959 October 22
9:660 Speech—Fiscal responsibility before LIAA, 1959 December 9
9:661 Statement of Opening of 2nd Session, 1960 January 6
9:662 State of the Union message, 1960 January 7
9:663 Resolution to prevent Communist Movement in Western Hemisphere—Caribbean, 1960 January 7
9:664 Candidates to Compete for Academies, 1960 January 12
9:665 S.J. Res. 148 resolution for Dr. Dooley, 1960 January 13
9:666 Caribbean resolution, judgeship appointments, State of the Union message, 1960 January 15
9:667 President's Budget message, 1960 January 18
9:668 Northeastern water and related land resources, 1960 January 18
9:669 JEC Minority members' report on Employment, Growth and Price levels, 1960 January 26
9:670 Criticism of Administration “Salute to Ike” dinner, 1960 January 28
9:671-672 Defense Secretary Thomas Gates, 1960 January 29
10:673 Javits resolution against religious desecration, 1960 February 1
10:674 Military Construction bill- CT projects, 1960 February 4
10:675 Flood control reservoirs for Naugatuck River Valley to provide protection for fish and wildlife, 1960 February 11
10:676 Urban renewal, 1960 February 11
10:677 Speech—“Peanuts and Missiles” Lincoln Day, 1960 February 12
10:678 Farm program—Middletown, 1960 February 13
10:679 Urban renewal, 1960 February 14
10:680 Handling of military secrets, 1960 February 14
10:681 Urban renewal, problems arising from relocation—Hartford Rotary Club, 1960 February 15
10:682 Bozrah—Polaris missiles as Nation's major strategic weapon, 1960 February 16
10:683 Democrats control of Congress hurting small businessmen and American Families, 1960 February 17
10:684 Air Force Training manual, 1960 February 17
10:685 Waterbury Post Office facility, 1960 February 18
10:686 Civil Rights, 1960 February 19
10:687 University of Hartford, 1960 February 19
10:688 Correspondence—defense, farms and education, 1960 February 26
10:689 Correspondence—defense, 1960 February 29
10:690 Exploitation of “Round-the-Clock” sessions, Civil Rights, 1960 March 2
10:691-692 General Itschner, 1960 March 11
10:693-694 Dr. York, 1960 March 25
10:695-696 Anthony F. Arpaia -NHRR, 1960 April 5
10:697 Civil Rights Act of 1960, 1960 April 8
10:698 New London County and Eastern CT Labor, 1960 April 12
10:699 $750,000 for Bridgeport Harbor, 1960 April 13
10:700 Judges J. Joseph Smith and William H. Timbers, 1960 April 19
10:701 Ansonia Federal Flood Control project, 1960 April 20
10:702 Civil Rights, 1960 April 20
10:703 Shellfishing Center at Milford, CT, 1960 April 20
10:704-705 Civil Rights, 1960 April 21
10:706 Senate Subcommittee on Flood control—rivers and harbors on H.R. 7634, 1960 April 25
10:707 Housing, 1960 May 2
10:708 Summit Conference and International Relations, 1960 May 3
10:709 Honesty v. Political comments—NY Chamber of Commerce, 1960 May 5
10:710-711 Mutual Security and Foreign Aid, 1960 May 6
10:712 “Senator Bush would equalize flood costs”, 1960 May 7
10:713 American plane shot down over Soviet Union, 1960 May 9
10:714 Textile and woolen industry meeting, 1960 May 11
10:715 President's veto of S. 722, Area redevelopment bill, 1960 May 16
10:716-717 Captain Edward L. Beach, “Triton”, 1960 May 16
10:718 “The Party of Responsibility”, VT Republican State Convention, 1960 May 21
10:719 Captain Edward L. Beach, “Triton”, 1960 May 22
10:720 Elks National Youth Leadership contest winners, 1960 May 24
10:721 Health Insurance for Elderly, 1960 June 1
10:722-723 Forand Bill, Medicare program, Medical Care and Hospitalization for the Aged, 1960 June 3
10:724 Address—CT Republican State Convention, 1960 June 6
10:725 Tariff Negotiations, 1960 June 14
10:726 Adjournment, Nixon and Rockefeller, Electric Boat contracts, CT Committee problem, unfinished legislation, 1960 June 17
10:727 Abner Sibal, 1960 June 19
10:728 Summit Conference and legislative issues, 1960 June 20
10:729 “Carey Cronan” radio program, WHAY, 1960 June 23
10:730 Hartford Urban renewal project, Windsor Street, 1960 July 20
10:731 President's message—Communism and domestic problems, 1960 August 8
10:732 Edwin Smith—Town Chairman, Colebrook, 1960 August 13
10:733 Minimum wage, 1960 August 15
10:734 “The Candidates and the Issues of the 1960 Campaign”, 1960 September 15
10:735 Correspondence—ABC to FCC, 1960 September 25
10:736 Senator Jackson's accusation of Nixon, 1960 October 4
10:737 Campaign in Miami, FL, 1960 October 11
10:738 Trade Relations Council of the US annual meeting, 1960 October 26
10:739 “Urban Renewal—the Road Ahead”, Conference on Economic Development and Urban renewal in CT, CT Urban Renewal Assn., Yale Law School, 1960 December 6
10:740 Flood Protection project—Ansonia, Derby, Naugatuck River, Thomaston dam, 1960 December 22
10:741 Run for Re-election, 1960 December 30
10:742 Price stability amendment, Resolution on Item veto powers, 1961 January 5
10:743 Postmaster appointments, 1961 January 8
10:744 Cloture, Rule XXII, Filibuster, Civil Rights, 1961 January 9
10:745 Resolution to “Modernize the Monroe Doctrine”, 1961 January 9
10:746 “Modernize the Monroe Doctrine”, 1961 January 9
10:747 Flood protection for Ansonia, 1961 January 10
10:748 Mass transportation bill, 1961 January 11
10:749 Northeastern Water and Related land Resource Compact, 1961 January 12
10:750 Reimburse State for Free and toll highways, 1961 January 17
10:751 Civil Rights bills—7 provisions, 1961 January 18
10:752 Searle Pinney appointment, 1961 January 18
10:753 Bush's candidacy for re-election, 1961 January 23
10:754 Academy appointments, 1961 January 23
10:755 Imposition of Use Tax assessments, 1961 January 23
10:756 National Advisory Commission on Interstate Crime, 1961 January 25
10:757 Shellfisheries Research Center at Milford, CT, 1961 January 26
10:758 Department of Housing and Urban Affairs—proposed, 1961 January 26
10:759 Urban renewal and redevelopment projects, 1961 January 26
10:760 Speech—Urban renewal, 1961 January 26
10:762 Organized Crime bill, 1961 January 27
10:763 Naming of Thomaston dam, 1961 January 30
10:764 State of the Union message—Kennedy, 1961 January 30
10:765 National Science Foundation Grants to UConn and Yale, 1961 January 31
11:766 Correspondence—depressed areas bill, 1961 February 2
11:767 Depressed areas, Urban renewal, unemployment, 1961 February 3
11:768 Fair Labor Standards Act, 1961 February 3
11:769 Increase opportunities—>Electric Boat, 1961 February 3
11:770 Unemployment compensation program, 1961 February 5
11:771 Employment and area development, 1961 February 5
11:772 Flood control and navigation projects in CT funds, 1961 February 9
11:773 Lincoln Day engagements, 1961 February 9
11:774 Speech—Naugatuck River Valley, Flood control, Urban renewal, distressed areas bill, 1961 February 12
11:775 Speech—Interstate Highway system, 1961 February 13
11:776 Distressed area bill and amendment, Urban renewal, 1961 February 14
11:777 CT Petroleum annual meeting, 1961 February 14
11:778 Hartford Council; Restrictions on Imports of Fuel Oils, 1961 February 14
11:779 Vice Admiral H. G. Rickover—Nuclear Power ship propulsion and American Educational Practices, 1961 February 15
11:780 Rickover—Education, Teachers, Schools and Federal Assistance, 1961 February 16
11:781 Nuclear power and ship propulsion; National defense; Polaris Ballistic missile submarine; Importance of pushing education in Senate; Education in Senate; Education in US and abroad, 1961 February 19
11:782 Rickover—Nuclear power ship propulsion, Polaris missile, Schools and education, 1961 February 19
11:783 Correspondence—Urban renewal, 1961 February 22
11:784 Hurricane Tidal flooding (Mystic) authorization, 1961 February 22
11:785 Flood protection projects and amendment, 1961 February 23
11:786 Urging bill approval, 1961 February 26
11:787 Northeastern Water and Related Land Resources Compact Congressional consent, 1961 March 1
11:788 Flood control program for CT, 1961 March 1
11:789 Bush newsletter—Jobs, depressed areas, urban renewal, health and welfare aid, education, flood control, Bush-McCormack Act, Honorary Scout, Peace Corps, Welcome to Washington, 1961 March 1
11:790 Bush-McCormack Act, Flood Control, Corps of Engineers, 1961 March 3
11:791 New Haven Railroad problems, 1961 March 3
11:792 Omnibus Judgeship bill, 1961 March 3
11:793 S. 1 Prohibition of Financial Assistance for business relocation (Depressed areas bill), 1961 March 3
11:794 Bush-McCormack Act of 1956, 1961 March 6
11:795 Editorial on Bush-McCormack Act, 1961 March 7
11:796 S. 1227 Granting National Defense Scholarships, 1961 March 7
11:797 Bush's Three Education bills, 1961 March 7
11:798 S. 1 Depressed areas bill, 1961 March 7
11:799 CT engagements, 1961 March 9
11:800 Anti-Pirating amendment, 1961 March 9
11:801 CT Junior Chamber of Commerce—Norwich, 1961 March 12
11:802 Education; President's program; area redevelopment program; minimum wage; housing bills; highway program, 1961 March 17
11:803 Foreign policy and defense; anti-pirating amendment; minimum wage, 1961 March 20
11:804 Endorsement of statement of US position in Laotian Crisis, 1961 March 24
11:805 Fiscal record; Polaris weapons; CANAL project; Bush appointment to Senate Committee on Problems of Aging, 1961 March 31
11:806 Bush newsletter, 1961 April 1
11:807 Bill Garrett, 1961 April 3
11:808 CANAL installation at Middletown, CT, 1961 April 4
11:809 Minimum wage, 1961 April 14
11:810-811 Don Larabee, 1961 April 17
11:812 CT Schedule, 1961 April 21
11:813 Murphy testimonial—Bristol urban renewal, 1961 April 23
11:814 Three weekend events in CT, 1961 April 25
11:815 Charles S. Rhyne, 1961 April 26
11:816 Radio broadcast, 1961 April 28
11:817 Charles S. Rhyne—Law Day, 1961 May 1
11:818 Bush Newsletter, 1961 May 1
11:819 National Association of Mutual Savings Banks Annual Conference, 1961 May 2
11:820 MORE program for Republican National Committee, 1961 May 3
11:821 “The 107th Anniversary of the Polish Constitution”, 1961 May 3
11:822 S. J. Res. 85—District of Columbia, 1961 May 11
11:823 Work stoppages at US missile sites, 1961 May 12
11:824 Senator McClellan, 1961 May 14 - 15
11:825 Speech—S. 1021, 1961 May 18
11:826 “School Assistance Act of 1961”, 1961 May 18
11:827 “Modified Bush Amendment”—anti-segregation amendment, 1961 May 22
11:828 Dr. Thomas Anthony Dooley, III, 1961 May 22
11:829 Memorial Day Weekend schedule, 1961 May 25
11:830 Inflation, 1961 May 25
11:831 Federal aid to Education, 1961 May 26
11:832 New England Senators' Conference, 1961 June 5
11:833-834 Man on the moon by 1970, 1961 June 6, 9
11:835 Dr. Alan T. Waterman, 1961 June 11
11:836 CT weekend schedule, 1961 June 13
11:837 Wheeler High School Graduation—North Stonington, CT, 1961 June 20
11:838 “Tax reduction hints and spending programs”, 1961 June 21
11:839 Cold War, Berlin Ultimatum, Mansfield's Berlin Proposal, Nuclear testing, 1961 June 23
11:840 Carey Cronan, 1961 June 23
11:841 Speech—Wheeler High School Graduation, 1961 June 23
11:842 Housing Act of 1961, 1961 June 27
11:843 Housing Act of 1961—Conference report, 1961 June 28
11:844 Kennedy Housing program, 1961 June 29
11:845-846 CT schedule of dates, 1961 July 1 - 5
11:847 Bush Newsletter, 1961 July 1
11:848 Crisis of New Haven Railroad, 1961 July 5
11:849 New Haven Railroad; President's program; Abolishing political appointments to Postmasters, 1961 July 6
11:850 Don Larrabee, 1961 July 6
11:851-852 White House rejection of New Haven Railroad, 1961 July 7
11:853-854 S. 2211 Tax relief to New Haven Railroad, 1961 July 10
12:855 Longevity step increases by Senate—mailing to Postal Workers, 1961 July 17
12:856 “Freedom of Nations”, 1961 July 18
12:857-858 Berlin Crisis, 1961 July 21
12:859 Berlin Crisis, 1961 July 26
12:860 Increased defense spending, 1961 July 27
12:861 New Haven Railroad and appointed trustees, 1961 July 27
12:862 “National needs and budget deficits”, 1961 July 27
12:863-864 HEW appropriations bill amendment, 1961 July 29
12:865 Fiscal prudence in government, amendments to limit spending in non-defense appropriations, 1961 July 29
12:866 Elimination of additional appropriations in HR 70351 Labor—HEW 1962, 1961 August 1
12:867 Correspondence—New Haven Railroad trustees, 1961 August 3
12:868 Radio-TV Script of regular show, 1961 August 4
12:869 TV script—Berlin crisis, defense spending, 1961 August 4
12:870 Correspondence—New Haven Railroad trustees, 1961 August 14
12:871 Radio-TV show with John J. McCloy, 1961 August 16
12:872 “Foreign Assistance Act of 1961”, 1961 August 16
12:873 John J. McCloy—East-West Berlin Crisis; Armament and Disarmament, 1961 August 18
12:874 TV Script—John J. McCloy, 1961 August 20
12:875 Script—“Your Senator's Report—Bush, Clark and Scott”, 1961 August 20
12:876 “Exhibitions in Foreign Countries of American Production”, 1961 August 22
12:877 Schedule in CT, 1961 August 24
12:878 Foreign Assistance Act—Congressional Record, 1961 August 18
12:879 Slovak contributions to New England Culture, 1961 September 8
12:880 Berlin Crisis, Nuclear Testing, Thurmond-Fulbright Indoctrination resolution, New Haven Railroad, Inflation and Increased cost of living, 1961 September 8
12:881 Records of session, Civil Rights, Inflation, 1961 September 10
12:882 Authorization of Savings Banks to receive Federal Charters, 1961 September 11
12:883 Pittman—Assistant Secretary of Defense for Civil Defense, 1961 September 15
12:884 Rule XXII, 1961 September 15
12:885 World Bank and International Monetary Fund Conferences, 1961 September 15
12:886 President's speech—Lasting peace, survival of the World before the U.N., 1961 September 26
12:887 Weekend schedule, 1961 September 27
12:888 CT schedule, 1961 October 5
12:889 “Pulaski Day 1961” excerpts from remarks, 1961 October 9
12:890 Columbus day—excerpts from remarks, 1961 October 9
12:891 Schedule, 1961 October 13
12:892 Correspondence—Foreign aid and economic development, 1961 October 14
12:893 Dedication of Jonathon Law High School, Milford, CT, 1961 October 16
12:894 Excerpts of remarks—urban renewal, 1961 October 20
12:895 CT schedule, 1961 October 20
12:896 Schedule, 1961 October 27
12:897 Schedule, 1961 November 3
12:898 American Education Week—student assembly Stamford, CT, 1961 November 9
12:899 Schedule, 1961 November 10
12:900 Hearing of Senate's Special Committee on Aging, 1961 November 16
12:901 “What's Ahead for America”—CT Chamber of Commerce, 1961 November 22
12:902 Editorials, 1961 November 24, 27
12:903 Newsletter, 1961 December 1
12:904 Opening of hearings by the Joint Economic Committee, Subcommittee on Foreign Economic policy, 1961 December 4
12:905 Subcommittee on Foreign Economic policy, 1961 December 6
12:906 Schedule, 1961 December 8
12:907 Schedule, 1961 December 15
12:908 Broader executive power over tariffs—“A” release, 1962 January 7
12:909 Broader executive power over tariffs—“B” release, 1962 January 7
12:910 Curtis report of Individual views on broader executive power over tariffs, 1962 January 7
12:911 State of the Union message, 1962 January 11
12:912 Report of the Joint Economic Committee, 1962 January 17
12:913 President's Budget message, 1962 January 18
12:914 Foreign policy, Congo, Domestic issues, Tariff, Trade, Tax, 1962 January 19
12:915 S. 500 to reimburse states for free and toll highways, 1962 January 22
12:916 S. 2666; Tax relief; Older people, 1962 January 25
12:917 S. 2740 Restricting Communist propaganda in the Mails, 1962 January 25
12:918 Administration's Trade policy, 1962 January 25
12:919 Academy nominations, 1962 February 1
12:920 Tax relief for New Haven Railroad, 1962 February 1
12:921 Department of Urban Affairs Housing, New Haven Railroad, Trade proposals, 1962 February 2
12:922 Lincoln Day speech schedule, 1962 February 7
12:923 Unemployment—Federal spending, 1962 February 10
12:924 Unemployment; Federal spending; tariffs; tax reform, 1962 February 11
12:925 H.R. 9990—Trade bill, 1962 February 12
12:926 Hartford Rotary Club—expanding budget, balance of payment deficit, tariffs and trade, 1962 February 12
12:927 Speech—Republican Town Committee, European Common market, trade negotiations, 1962 February 13
12:928 Trade program, balance of payments deficit, 1962 February 14
12:929 Testimonial—William Bertini, Administration's Trade bill, tariff, 1962 February 15
12:930 Keating—Special powers reduce taxes; public works programs, 1962 February 16
12:931 Correspondence—New Haven Railroad, 1962 February 19
12:932 President's reorganization plan—Urban affairs, 1962 February 20
13:933 Newsletter, 1962 March 1
13:934 Republican views on President's economic report, 1962 March 3
13:935 Omnibus Tax bill, Tax depreciation policy, withholding, 1962 March 3
13:936 Kennedy's challenge to Krushchev—disarmament, 1962 March 3
13:937 Annual report of the Joint Economic Committee, 1962 March 6
13:938 Minority views of annual report , 1962 March 8
13:939 Department of Commerce's misleading statistics, employment generated by foreign trade, 1962 March 11
13:940 Civil Rights legislation, unemployment problems, 1962 March 16
13:941 Latin American Affairs, 1962 March 30
13:942 Joint Economic Committee, 1962 April 2
13:943 Unemployment, 1962 April 2
13:944 Unemployment and Job discrimination, 1962 April 2
13:945 Proposed “realignment” of 43rd Infantry Division, 1962 April 5
13:946 National Economy; Unemployment, 1962 April 6
13:947 Speech—Col. Glenn Flight, Space Information exchange with Soviets, 1962 April 8
13:948 Editorial, 1962 April 8
13:949 Unemployment; $600 million Public Works bill; Trade Program and effects on unemployment, 1962 April 13
13:950 Amendments to H.R. 10904, Labor HEW appropriations, 1962 April 17
13:951 Speech—20% withholding on interest and dividends, 1962 April 18
13:952 S. 3217—Unemployment, 1962 April 25
13:953 S. 3217—Technical Education Act of 1962, 1962 April 25
13:954 CT schedule, 1962 April 25
13:955 Tax on interest dividends; literacy test legislation; Unemployment, 1962 April 27
13:956 Trade program and tariff-cutting, 1962 April 28
13:957 Speech—“Elite clique of Inner Circle White House Advisors”, 1962 April 28
13:958 Speech—Polaris, Navy League, 1962 April 30
13:959 Address—Failure in closing the job gap, 1962 April 30
13:960 Speech—Nuclear testing resumption and National Security, 1962 April 30
13:961 Newsletter, 1962 May 1
13:962 Speech—Federal loans to Parochial and Other non-profit schools, 1962 May 1
13:963 Speech—Boss rule in state, debt and tax increases, 1962 May 1
13:964 S. 2996, Joint Economic Committee and US Balance of payments problem, 1962 May 3
13:965 “The US Balance of Payments deficit: Realism needed not rose-colored glasses”, 1962 May 3
13:966 CT schedule, 1962 May 3
13:967 Poland's Constitution Day—171st Anniversary, 1962 May 3
13:968 Speech—Commemoration of Polish Constitution, 1962 May 4
13:969 Speech—Tribute to Mayor Meskill and republican workers, 1962 May 6
13:970 Speech—American diplomacy, negotiations with Communist nations, 1962 May 6
13:971 “Tariff debate involves more than just Trade or Fade”, 1962 May 6
13:972 Medicare, 1962 May 7
13:973 “Job Gap”, 1962 May 10
13:974 Withholding tax on interest and dividends; Public works bill, 1962 May 11
13:975 Public Works appropriations; Unemployment; Withholding on Interest; Trade expansion bill, 1962 May 13
13:976 “I Shall not be a Candidate for Re-election”, 1962 May 16
13:977 S.J. Res. 85 Congressional representation for D.C., 1962 May 23
13:978 Tax bill, Health care for the Aged, Withholding tax, 1962 May 25
13:979 Retirement announcement, 1962 June 14
13:980 H.R. 1006 Public welfare amendments of 1962, 1962 June 27
13:981 Open hearings on state of the economy, 1962 June 27
13:982 National Debt limit, 1962 June 28
13:983 Stockpiling and Naval reserves, 1962 June 29
13:984 Amendments to H.R. 11970, proposed trade expansion act of 1962, 1962 August 2
13:985 Amendments to Trade bill H.R. 11970, 1962 August 2
13:986 Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1962, 1962 August 8
13:987 Amendments to H.R. 11970, 1962 August 13
13:988 Correspondence—Amendments to H.R. 11970, 1962 August 17
13:989 Tribute to Senator Dirksen, 1962 August 22
13:990 President's request for standby authority to call Reserves (Cuba), 1962 September 7
13:991 Amendment to S.J. Res. 224 Standby authority, 1962 September 12
13:992 H.R. 30 Northeastern Water and Related Land Resources Compact, 1962 September 18
13:993 Academy Appointments, 1962 December 15
13:994 Speech—Liberation of Communist bloc nations, undated
13:995 Address—“Our American Republic: What it Means”, undated
Series V: Speeches 1953-1962
14:996 Lincoln Day—New Haven, 1953 February 12
14:997 League of Republican Women of the District of Columbia [D.C. representation], 1953 March 2
14:998 American League CT Rehabilitation Commission, 1953 March 4
14:999 Yale Club of Washington, 1953 April 7
14:1000 Waterbury Chamber of Commerce, 1953 April 11
14:1001 Bond Club of New York “Sound Dollar and debt management”, 1953 July 2
14:1002 Rotary Club of Greenwich, 1953 August 12
14:1003 High School meetings “Our American Republic: What it means to Us”, 1953 Fall
14:1004 Danbury-Farmington, 1953 September 18
14:1005 Clock Manufacturing Association of America, 1953 September 18
14:1006 Steuben Society of America, 1953 September 26
14:1007 American Life Convention, 1953 October 9
14:1008 Savings Banks' Association 51st annual Convention, 1953 October 13
14:1009 United Nation's Day—Greenwich, 1953 October 23
14:1010 New Haven County Republicans, 1954 January 21
14:1011 Lincoln Day—Waterbury, 1954 February 12
14:1012 Report on Foreign Economic policy, 1954 February 23
14:1013 University Club, 1954 March 13
14:1014 Monetary policy, 1954 April 22
14:1015 Hartford Foreign Policy Association “American Foreign Policy in the 'Age of Peril' ”, 1954 October 11
14:1016 Kiwanis Club of Waterbury—“Security Risks”, 1954 October 13
14:1017 CT Federation of Labor, 69th Annual Convention, 1954 October 14
14:1018 Young Republicans Club of Yale Law School and Yale College, 1954 October 26
14:1019 Sea Girt, New Jersey—speech for Clifford Case, 1954 October 28
14:1020 Naturalization Ceremonies—Bridgeport, 1954 November 11
14:1021 Lincoln Day—Glastonbury, 1955 February 10
14:1022 Lincoln Day—Manchester, 1955 February 13
14:1023 Brotherhood Week, 1955 February 20
15:1024 Birth of Nathan Hale, 200th Anniversary—New London, 1955 June 6
15:1025 Cromwell Republican Town Committee, 1955 June 6
15:1026 Cornwell Bridge High School graduation, 1955 June 17
15:1027 Veterans of Foreign Wars, 35th Annual encampment, 1955 June 19
15:1028 Marine Corps League, 1955 June 25
15:1029 Back to God program, 1955 July 10
15:1030 American Russian Festival—Stratford, 1955 August 1
15:1031 Albanian American National Organization—Bridgeport, 1955 August 7
15:1032 Liberalization of 1955, SBA loans, 1955 September 9
15:1033 Republican Club—Hartford, Flood and Party, 1955 September 13
15:1034 Labor-Management Citizen's Committee of Stamford and Greenwich Fall Conference—Highway, 1955 October 4
15:1035 University of CT, Storrs—Flood and Public service, 1955 October 4
15:1036 Investment Bankers—Hartford, 1955 October 6
15:1037 Westover School Alumnae, 1955 October 12
15:1038 Fairfield County Republican Women's Association—Report to Voters [Flood], 1955 October 26
15:1039 Middletown League of Women Voters—NIKE, 1955 October 28
15:1040 Naugatuck Valley Industrial Council—Commerce Secretary Weeks, 1955 October 31
15:1041 New Britain Foremen's Club, 1955 November 28
15:1042 CT Cancer Society, 1956 March 28
15:1043 Hartford Rotary Club—Federally Assisted Urban renewal programs, Federal flood insurance, 1956 April 16
15:1044 Sobeloff, Civil Rights, Seniority, 1956 April 24
15:1045 New Haven State Teacher's College, 1956 May 27
15:1046 Traffic Club of Eastern CT—Southern Democrats Opposition, 1956 June 12
15:1047 Republican Convention Acceptance, 1956 June 19
15:1048 Waterbury Chamber of Commerce, 1956 September 14
15:1049 League of Women Voters of CT, 1956 September 19
15:1050 Columbian Republican League, 1956 September 24
15:1051 Women's National Republican Club, 1956 September 25
15:1052 CT Federation of Labor, 1956 September 26
15:1053 Meeting in W. Hartford, 1956 September 26
15:1054 28th Statement Senatorial district, 1956 September 27
15:1055 Middletown and North Branford, 1956 September 30
15:1056 National Republican Club, 1956 October 2
15:1057 National Council of Jewish Women, 1956 October 3
15:1058 Tolland County and Rockville Women's Republicans Club—Citizen's for Eisenhower, 1956 October 8
15:1059 Lincoln Day—Waterbury Republican Town Committee, 1957 February 9
15:1060 Sons of the American Revolution, 1957 April 3
15:1061 New England Conference of the State Federations of Women's Clubs, 1957 September 10
15:1062 Hartford and Greenwich—“The Meaning of the Sputniks”, 1957 September/December
16:1063 Hartford Insurance meeting—S. 1168 SEC, 1958 January 20
16:1064 Democratic Advisors Council—Wethersfield, 1958 February
16:1065 CT College for Women—Foreign Trade and Aid, 1958 February 10
16:1066 East Hartford Rotary Club, 1958 February 12
16:1067 St. Louis Speech—Education, 1958 February 23
16:1068 National Citizens Council for Better Schools, North Atlantic Region, 1958 April 21
16:1069 Student Legal Forum, University of Virginia, 1958 April 30
16:1070 National Association for Retarded Children, Northeast Region, 1958 June 7
16:1071 University of Bridgeport Commencement, 1958 June 8
16:1072 CT College for Women; Yale Alumni Donation Information, 1958
16:1073 Home Builders Association of Fairfield County—Inflation and Interest Rates, 1958 September 27
16:1074 Milford Jewish Center, 10th Anniversary, 1958 September 27
16:1075 American Assembly—“Monetary Politics”, 1958 October 17
16:1076 Testimonial—Ted Blair, 1958 October 20
16:1077 Speech—for Senator Bricker, 1958 October 22
16:1078 Bridgeport Chamber of Commerce, 1959 January 26
16:1079 League of Women Voters, 1959 February 4
16:1080 Lincoln Day, 1959 February 9
16:1081 National Cathedral Association; Sulgrave Club, 1959 April 22
16:1082 Center Church, New Haven, 1959 April 26
16:1083 Georgetown University Law Day, 1959 May 1
16:1084 New Hampshire Council on World Affairs, 1959 May 2
16:1085-86 Gaylord Farms Sanitorium, Wallingford, 1959 May 16
16:1087 US Senator Golf Dinner, 1959 June 3
17:1088 St. George's Prep School, 1959 June 11
17:1089 Inflation Seminar—Stamford, 1959 Summer
17:1090 Reader's Digest, 1959 July
17:1091 Torrington rededication—Bush-McCormack project, 1959 August 20
17:1092 Speech material, general outline, 1959 Fall
17:1093 CT Editorial Association and ABA, 1959 Fall
17:1094 CT Association for Retarded Children, 1959 September 25
17:1095 Lakeville, Hartford, Middletown, 1959 October
17:1096 Pulaski Day Ceremonies, 1959 October 4
17:1097 Life Insurance Association, 1959 December 4
17:1098 Far East policy, 1959 December 19
17:1099 Dr. Dooley, 1960 January 15
17:1100 “Dinner with Ike”, 1960 January 27
17:1101 Lincoln Day—Albany, Bozrah, Seymour, Hartford, 1960 February
17:1102 Senator Theodore F. Green, 1960 April 25
17:1103 Mortgage Banker's Association of America—“Politics and Housing”, 1960 May 2
17:1104 New York Chamber of Commerce—“Politics is Your Business”, 1960 May 5
17:1105 “The Party of Responsibility”, 1960 May 21
17:1106 Republican State Convention, 1960 June 6
17:1107 New London Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1960 September
17:1108 “The Candidates and Issues of the 1960 Campaign”, 1960 September 1
17:1109 CT Daily Newspaper Editors—“War or Peace”, “Domestic Prosperity”, 1960 September 22
17:1110 Republican National Committee, 1960 September 9
18:1111 H.R. 10 Self-Employed Individuals Tax Retirement Act of 1960 and Medicare, 1960 October 3
18:1112 Clergymen—Hartford, 1960 October 6
18:1113 Veterans of World War I, USA, Inc., 1960 October 11
18:1114 Trade Relations Council, 1960 October 26
18:1115 Testimonial—Dominick Cocco, 1961 February 12
18:1116 Republican State Central Committee, 1961 February 14
18:1117 CT Junior Chamber of Commerce—Norwich, 1961 March 11
18:1118 University of Bridgeport, 1961 April 24
18:1119 Mutual Savings Bank Association, 1961 May 2
18:1120 Anti-Segregation Amendment to the Education Bill, 1961 May 19
18:1121 Peter Mariani, 1961 May 20
18:1122 Memorial Day Address—Bridgeport, 1961 May 30
18:1123 Greenwich High School Chorus, 1961 June 18
18:1124 Wheeler High School Graduation, North Stonington, 1961 June 22
18:1125 Norwalk, CT, 1961 October
18:1126 Pulaski Day Parade, 1961 October 8
18:1127 Columbus Day, 1961 October 8
18:1128 Dedication—Jonathon Law High School, 1961 October 15
18:1129 Henry H. Townshend, Jr.—New Haven, 1961 October 19
18:1130 J.M. Wright Technical School “Vocational Technical Education”, 1961 November 9
18:1131 CT Chamber of Commerce “What's Ahead for America”, 1961 November 21
18:1132 CBS Radio—“Capital Cloakroom” Urban Affairs, 1962 February 8
18:1133 Young Republicans Club, Fairfield, 1962 February 21
18:1134 Greenwich, CT, 1962 March 6
18:1135 Litchfield County Republican Group, 1962 April 7
18:1136 Probus Clubs and Amity Clubs of New Haven, 1962 April 17
18:1137 Guilford Chamber of Commerce, 1962 April 27
18:1138 Yale Law School Forum, 1962 April 28
19:1139 Political Science Association of Hartford, 1962 April 30
19:1140 Women's Republican Club of Hartford, 1962 May 1
19:1141 American Field Service, CT Youth Forum, 1962 May 5
19:1142 Thomas J. Meskill—New Britain, 1962 May 5
19:1143 CT Public Expenditures Council, 1962 May 22
19:1144 Dedication—Low Rent Housing for Elderly, Greenwich, 1962 June 15
19:1145 NBC—“A Moment with...”, 1962 June 21
19:1146 Interview script, 1962 November
Series VI: Photographs and Films, undated, 1955-1962
20:1147 Prescott Bush (Official), undated
20:1148 Flood, 1955
20:1149 Winsted, CT flood, 1955
20:1150-1152 Flood, 1955
21 TV shows, 1956-1957 (2 reels)
TV shows, 1958 (4 reels)
TV shows, education, 1958
Senate programs, 1959 (2 reels)
22 Senate programs, 1960 (2 reels)
TV, Multiple Sclerosis spot, 1961
TV, “Your Senator's Report”, 1961
Scripts, 1960-1961
23 Unknown film, 1962
TV, WTIC, 1962 January 21
TV, WTIC, 1962 February 4
TV, WHCT, 1962 February
TV, WTIC, 1962 February
TV, WNHC, 1962 February
Scripts
TV, WNHC, 1962 March
TV, WHCT, 1962 March
TV, WHNB, 1962 April
24 TV, WNHC, 1962 April
TV, WNHC, 1962 April
TV, WNHC, 1962 May
TV, WNHC, 1962 May
Scripts
Bush, Frank Mazzabuffi, Lawrence Gilman—Republican State Convention, 1962 June
TV, WHNB
TV, WHNB, 1962 March
TV, WHNB, 1962 March
TV, WHNB, 1962 March
TV, WNHC, 1962 April
TV, WHNB, 1962 May
TV, WHCT, 1962 April
TV, WTIC, 1962 April
TV, NBC news, 1962
“Key to a Future”, 1962
Series VII: Scrapbooks, 1952-1962
[A portion of these scrapbooks have been disassembled and the clippings photocopied for preservation purposes.]
1 1952 July 28 - December 12
2 1953 January 2 - December 20
3 1954 January 2 - December 26
4 1955 January 2 - December 29
5 Floods, 1955 August 19 - October 18
6 1955-1956 December 31 - June 14
7 1956 June 19 - December 13
8 1957 January 2 - December 31
9 1958 January 3 - December 31
10 1959 January 2 - December 23
11 1960 January 5 - July 31
12 1960 August 4 - December 31
13 1961 January 1 - June 29
14 1961 July 1 - December 31
15 1962 January 4 - October 19
16 1962 January 2 - May 31
16 undated