Strom Thurmond Collection Military Assistant Series
Mss.0100.14

Summary Information

Repository
Clemson University Libraries Special Collections
Creator
Thurmond, Strom, 1902-2003
Title
Strom Thurmond Collection, Series 14: Military Assistant Series
ID
Mss.0100.14
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1970-1980
Date [inclusive]
1951-1986
Extent
22.05 cubic feet
Language
English

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Background Information

The Military Assistant was responsible for all military affairs except veterans' cases, which were handled by the Projects section. The Military Assistant prepared legislation, floor statements and speeches, monitored military publications and assisted individuals with military problems and companies with contract complications. This individual maintained liaison with the Armed Services Committee and all military branches, and advises Senator Thurmond on special interests, such as the South Carolina Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) and the Prisoner of War (POW)/Missing In Action (MIA) issue. The Military Assistant was also responsible for the military academy program-providing applications and instructions, maintaining files of applicants, advising on program policies, preparing data for the Senator for his selection of nominees, etc.

Daniel J. Carrison served as the Military Assistant from 1967-1968, and Colonel Kay Kipling "Kip" Cowan served in that position from 1969 onward. From 1955 to 1966 there was no staff member designated as the military assistant; it is likely that these duties were performed by the Administrative, Legislative and research assistants. The Subject Correspondence series is likely to contain material similar to what is in this series for those years.

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Scope and Content Note

The bulk of the records of this series dates primarily from the 1970's to the 1980's. The material consists of announcements of committee meetings and appointments, blueprints, charts, clippings, correspondence (agency, constituent and many "Dear Colleague" letters from other Senators) and copies of Senator Thurmond's replies, copies of bills, drafts of speeches and statements, "fact sheets," legal documents, lists, maps, memoranda, newsletters, notes, petitions, plans, press releases, questions for witnesses, reports and telegrams. All of this material relates to the duties of the Military Assistant and the staff.

The Subject File subseries (Subseries A, 1962-; 8.775 cu. ft.) contains background material used by the Military Assistant for possible legislation (if used for this, the file was transferred to the Bills subseries), to brief the Senator, or for their own information. Most of the types of material described in the paragraph above for the entire series can be found in this subseries. There is some overlap with all of the other subseries in the Military Assistant series. Material on the Armed Services Committee and the Tactical Air Power Subcommittee can be found here (as well as in the Subject Correspondence series).

Topics covered include civil affairs units in the military, civil defense, the drafting of women, foreign policy (mainly in county files), pardons for Vietnam era draft evaders, prisoners of war (POW) and missing in action (MIA) personnel from the Vietnam War, the Vietnam War and the volunteer army. There are files for each of the armed services. Locally important issues, such as the annexation of Fort Jackson land for a Richland County school, the contracting-out of services at the Charleston Naval Shipyard and the curtailment of medical services at Moncrief Hospital (Fort Jackson) are also covered in this subseries. And current events also are covered; in addition to files on the Mayaguez and the Pueblo, there are casualty lists and documentation of the Senator's office efforts to notify next of kin in regard to the bombing of the Marine barracks in Beirut, the invasion of Grenada, and the U.S.S. Stark incident.

Other, more unusual subjects are reflected in this subseries. For example, the raising of a WWII era B-25 bomber from the bottom of Lake Greenwood is chronicled. There are several files concerned with the strategic necessity of the U.S. pinion gear industry and the threat of foreign (Swiss) competition. And there is material relating to such topics as medical supervision of optometrists, the abolition of the Veterinary Corps and recovery efforts after the fire at the Military Personnel Records Center in St. Louis, Missouri.

The Bills subseries (Subseries B, 1968-; 9 cu. ft.) was originally arranged by bill number. This has been changed to an alphabetical arrangement by subject / folder titles, with the bill number included as part of the title. Because of the overlap between bills of different Congresses and the creation of separate constituent mail files for some subjects, the arrangement within a topic may depart from a strictly chronological sequence.

The material in this subseries pertains to the drafting of legislation concerning military affairs by the Military Assistant, especially those bills concerned with pay and benefits. Topics include the Survivor Benefit Plan, "Catch 62" (a quirk in the laws governing military-civil service retirement), Reserve retirement, "Forgotten Widows" (another retirement law issue), former military spouses' medical care, the Civilian Health and Medical Program for the Uniformed Services (CHAMPUS) and the Skilled Enlisted Reserve [Military] Training Act (SERTA). There are also several files relating to legislation concerning Vietnam War POW's and MIA's, and a few private relief bill files.

There is a great deal of constituent correspondence in this subseries, as individuals describe their problems to the Senator and plead for relief. This sub-series also documents the role that national military organizations, such as the National Association for Uniformed Services, the Reserve Officers Association, the National Association of Military Widows, the Society of Military Widows and the Ex-Partners of Servicemen (Women) for Equality (EXPOSE) play in the drafting of legislation-providing position papers and statements by members, draft legislation and even statements for the Senator's use. It also documents the close working relationship that sometimes develops between members of these organizations and the Senator's staff.

The Contractors subseries (Subseries C, 1969-; 2.69 cu. ft.) is comprised of material documenting Thurmond's efforts to assist South Carolina contractors, especially small businesses. Much of the correspondence concerns trying to assist contractors in receiving contracts, or in appealing adverse decisions by government agencies. The latter sometimes results in efforts to help the contractor in lawsuits against the government.

Among the companies which have material in this series are the American Development Corporation (a minority firm), American Gear and Pinion (there is related material in the Subject Files subseries; see above), the Environmental Systems Design Corporation, Nilson Van and Storage (contract suspension), Pantronics (in relation to a General Accounting Office report concerning that company's allegations of contract mismanagement and favoritism against the Department of Defense) and the Southern Packaging and Storage Company (concerning contract for Meals, Ready-to-Eat [MRE]). There is also material concerning the moving and storage industry's objections to the Department of Defense's Carrier Evaluation and Reporting System (CERS) and a proposal to change the procedures used for rate acquisitions.

Most of the material relating to contractors was filed in either A&E or CMS (1976 and after).

The Projects subseries (Subseries D, 1971-; 1.35 cu. ft.) is comprised of material mainly related to South Carolina military bases, especially those in Charleston. Topics include the use of the Charleston International Airport as a "gateway" for overseas military commercial contract flights; the desire by the South Carolina Ports Authority to acquire portions of the Charleston Army Depot for its own operations; problems between workers and management at the Charleston Naval Shipyard; and the development of the Patriot's Point Naval Museum, including correspondence on acquiring vessels for the museum, such as PT boats, the Missouri, the Canberra, and the Yorktown. Related material, especially on Army Corps of Engineer Projects, may be found in the Executive Assistant series.

The Cases subseries (Subseries E, 1969-; .675 cu. ft.) documents cases handled by the Military Assistant. Most of the material in this subseries consists of notes taken from telephone calls, intermixed with a small amount of correspon-dence. There are three files concerning cases resulting from combat incidents during the Vietnam War; one relates to the My Lai Incident. As with the Contractor subseries, most of the case material was filed in either A&E or CMS (1976 and after).

There is an Academies subseries, which contains files on successful applicants to the service academies sponsored by Senator Thurmond. This subseries is presently closed to research.

Individuals in this series from South Carolina include U.S. Representatives Butler Derrick and John L. Napier; South Carolina Ports Authority officials Capers G. Barr (General Manager), W. W. ("Hootie") Johnson (Chairman), Joseph Patrick Riley Sr. (Secretary) and W. Don Welch (Executive Director); Patriot's Point Development Authority officials Charles F. Hyatt (Chairman) and Herman J. Kossler (Executive Director); and Mayor John E. Bourne Jr. (North Charleston).

Other individuals from South Carolina include Glenn E. Ailshie (Senior Vice President, Southern Packaging and Storage Company), W. Melvin Brown Jr. (President, American Development Corporation), Brigadier General John W. Donaldson, Don C. Garrison (President, Tri-County Technical College, Pendleton), James A. Grayson (President, Federal Employees Metal Trades Council of Charleston), Carl S. Holland (Vice President, American Development Corporation and President, Environmental Systems Development Corporation), John A. Mitchell (Business Editor, The State), Wesley E. Moore (President, Pantronics), James W. Neal (President, American Gear and Pinion Corporation) David A. and Howard A. Nilson (Nilson Van and Storage), Lieutenant General George M. Seignious II (The Citadel), W. M. ("Mat") Self (Vice President, Greenwood Mills) and General William C. Westmoreland.

Important individuals from the federal government represented in this series include Vice President Spiro Agnew (one letter); Senators Gordon J. Humphrey (NH), Henry M. Jackson (WA), Gale W. McGee (WY), Sam Nunn (GA), David Pryor (AR), James Sasser (TN), Hugh Scott (PA), Robert T. Stafford (VT), John C. Stennis (MS) and Ted Stevens (AK); U.S. Representative Melvin Price (IL); Secretary of State William P. Rogers; Secretaries of Defense Harold Brown and Caspar Willard Weinberger; Deputy Secretary of Defense Frank C. Carlucci II; Secretaries of the Army Howard H. ("Bo") Callaway, Robert F. Froehlke and Martin R. Hoffman; Secretaries of the Navy John H. Chafee, John Lehman, John O. Marsh Jr. and John M. Warner; Chairman of the Civil Service Commission Alan K. Campbell; and Melvin Laird.

Other important individuals in the series include author Edward L. Beach; General Mark Clark; Admirals Thomas H. Moorer and Hyman C. Rickover; National Association for Uniformed Services officials Max J. Beilke, Randolph Berkeley (both Legislative Counsels) and John P. Sheffey (Executive Vice President); Thurmond staffers Harry Dent and Ed Kenney; Theresa E. Alexander (Research Chairman, Society of Military Widows); Jean Arthurs (Legislative Director and President, National Association of Military Widows); and Jeanne A. Buchan (Co-ordinator, Ex-Partners of Servicemen (Women) for Equality [EXPOSE]).

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Arrangement

The series is divided into six subseries, five of which are open: Subject File, Bills, Contractors, Projects, Cases and Academies (closed). Each series is arranged alphabetically by folder title, then chronologically within each folder.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Clemson University Libraries Special Collections 2010 July 5

Processing Information

The conversion of this finding aid to Encoded Archival Description format was made possible with a grant from the South Carolina State Historical Records Advisory Board in 2009-2010. The finding aid was prepared for encoding by Jen Bingham.

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Related Materials

Related Material

Related material may be found in the Administrative Assistant, Applications and Employment (A&E), Correspondence Management System (CMS), Executive Assistant, Legislative Assistant, Speeches and Subject Correspondence series.

Separated Material

The following images were removed from this series and added to the Strom Thurmond Photographs Collection, Series 27

40 color slides used in "Your Army Reserve Today" presentation, showing activities of Army Reserve units; October 6, 1967

8" x 10" black-and-white photograph showing parts of B-25 from Bottom of Lake Greenwood brought to the surface by Navy divers; March 19-20, 1983

(2) 4"x5" black-and-white photographs of submarine U.S.S. Pargo surfaced at the North Pole; April 25, 1969

Missiles fileh(18) 8"x10" black-and-white images showing various types of missiles, such as the Nike-Zeus and Nike Hercules; December 17, 1958, May 23, 1960-September 23, 1965, undated

(4) 8"x10" black-and-white photographs of air field, briefings and addresses at World Helicopter Championships, Middle Wallop, United Kingdom; July, 1973

3" x 4.5" color photograph of exterior of Anchor Moving and Storage Company, Myrtle Beach, SC; circa May, 1977

(6) 8"x10" color photographs of concentrated meals (Meal, Ready-to-Eat [MRE]); circa 1983

9.25" square black-and-white aerial photograph (BLA-1-16) of Charleston, SC Army Depot, with outline showing portion of depot desired by South Carolina Ports Authority; December 17, 1976

11"x14" color photograph of map of Charleston, SC showing land owned by U.S. government, land owned by South Carolina Ports Authority, and federal property desired by South Carolina Ports Authority; undated

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • American Development Corporation. (Charleston, S.C.)
  • American Gear and Pinion Corporation. (Greensboro, N.C.)
  • Environmental Systems Design Corporation. (Charleson, S.C.)
  • Nilson Van and Storage. (Columbia, S.C.)
  • Pantronics, Inc.. (Charleston, S.C.)
  • Patriots Point Development Authority. (S.C.)
  • Southern Packaging and Storage Company. (Mullins, S.C.)
  • United States. Congress. Senate|Committee on Armed Services.

Geographic Name(s)

  • United States--Armed forces--Medical care.
  • United States--Armed forces--Pay, allowances, etc.--Law and legislation.
  • United States--Armed forces--Procurement.

Personal Name(s)

  • Brown, Harold, 1927-
  • Callaway, Howard H., (Howard Hollis), 1927-
  • Carlucci, Frank Charles, 1930-
  • Carrison, Daniel J.
  • Cowan, Kay Kipling, 1913-2005
  • Derrick, Butler, 1936-
  • Donaldson, John W., 1924-
  • Lehman, John F.
  • Nunn, Sam
  • Price, Melvin, 1905-1988
  • Sasser, James
  • Warner, John W., 1927-

Subject(s)

  • Civil defense.
  • Gear industry--United States.
  • Military bases--South Carolina.
  • Military pensions--Law and legislation--United States
  • Military policy--United States.
  • Military service, Voluntary.
  • Military spouses
  • Missing in action--United States.
  • Prisoners of war--United States.
  • Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Atrocities.
  • Vietnam War, 1961-1975.
  • War widows.
  • Weapons systems.

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Collection Inventory

Thurmond Military Assistant 

Subject File 1962-1984 

Box

Aid to North Vietnam January 26, 1973-March 31, 1977 

1

Air Force Armament Museum January 20, 1984 

1

American Legion Post 120 Forms and Responses February 22-April 6, 1977 

1

Angola December 15, 1975-July 14, 1976 

1

Anti-ballistic Missiles (ABM) 1967-1974, undated 

1

Armed Services Committee April 24, 1968-October 11, 1980 

2

Armed Services Correction and Review Boards April 10, 1978-March 17, 1980 

2

Arms Control October 1964 July 8, 1969 June 22, 1973-May, 1979 

2

Army October 23, 1969-November 20, 1970 March 12, 1973-July 31, 1975 September 14, 1977-February 28, 1979 

2

Army Recruiting Scandal December 11, 1974 October 8, 1979-April 10, 1980 

2

Army Restrictions on Chaplains March 28-September 5, 1969 

2

Army Reserves Presentation ("Your Army Reserve Today") October 6, 1967 

2

AWACS [Airborne Warning and Control System] January 26, 1973-June 4, 1975 

2

AWACS [Airborne Warning and Control System]-Saudi Arabia November 4, 1981 

2

[B-25 Bomber in Lake Greenwood] August 5, 1983-May, 1984 

3

Base Closings and Force Reductions December 20, 1968 November 29, 1973-March 24, 1976 May 25, 1978 

3

[Base Closings and Force Reductions-South Carolina] October, 1972-January 2, 1975 September 16, 1977 April 25-26, 1978 

3

Beaufort [SC] Dental Care January 20, 1981-February 11, 1982 

3

Beech Aircraft T-39 [Replacement Program] September 15, 1983 

3

Biological [Chemical] Warfare July 8 and 18, 1969 October 2, 1973 September 4, 1974 

3

[Boswell, Major General M. L.] May 28-June 7, 1974 

3

Brown, General George S. [Anti-semetic Remarks by] June 27, 1974 November 11-December 6, 1974 

3

[Calley, William] 1972-01-04 1974-04-16 

3

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) June 21-November 20, 1975 

3

[Cambodia] April 28-May 28, 1970 June 7-July 25, 1973 

3

[Chaplains] December 9, 1974 August 1975 July 25, 1978 

3

Charleston Naval Shipyard-Contracting-out 

Box
3
Box

Folder I April 22, 1981-June 1983 

3

Folder II July 6, 1983-March 29, 1984 

3

Chile August 7, 1974-April 24, 1976 

3

City of North Charleston [Annexation of Air and Naval Bases] September 11, 1968 June 20-February 7, 1973 June 22, 1978 

4

[The Citadel and other Military Schools] January 3-April 26, 1974 December 7, 1978 

4

Civil Affairs August 19, 1968-August 8, 1977 

4

Civil Defense December 9, 1971-May 20, 1977 

4

Civil Defense of South Carolina 1968-September 19, 1975 

5

[Civil Service Employees in Military] January 15, 1974-August, 1975 

5

[Classified Material-Records] March 19-26, 1974 July 19, 1978 1981[?] December 16, 1988 

5

Coast Guard Reserve February-July 28, 1970 April 26, 1973-March 7, 1974 April 27, 1978 

5

[Command Comment] September 11, 1974-May 28, 1975 

5

Commissaries March 1, 1972 December 13, 1974-January 9, 1979 

5

Committee for G.I. Rights v. Callaway-U.S. Army's Brief May 29, 1974 

5

[Conscientious Objectors] February 22, 1973 1975 

5

Corps of Engineers Sulfuric Acid [Dumping] Problem [American Cyamid Company] December 17, 1971-September 13, 1972 

5

[Current News] May 18, 1968-March 12, 1970 

5

Cyprus ([effect on] North Atlantic Treaty Organization [NATO]) August 15, 1974-November 4, 1976 

5

Defense 

Box

[Appropriations] 1968-July 8, 1969 November 29, 1972-June 12, 1975 March 14-October 17, 1978 

6

[Appropriations (Reserves and Nation Guard) Questions] [1969] 

6

[Monitor] 1972 August, 1974-July, 1975 

6

Posture January 20, 1978-May 3, 1979 

6

[Preparedness and Procurement] May 4, 1968-April, 1969 May 16, 1973-1975 1978 January 29, 1980 

6

[Spending-Waste] November 1962 September, 1968-June 2, 1969 December 1, 1972-October 30, 1973 February 7-May 15, 1975 

6
Box

Dental Corps Officers May 11, 1970-March 1974 

6

Department of Defense Reorganization December 18, 1968 April 11, 1973 

6

[Destruction of Surplus Rifles] October 9, 1969 January 25-August 14, 1978 

6

Diego Garcia Base July 20-28, 1975 

6

[Discharge] August 23, 1978; undated 

6

Doolittle, James H. [40th Anniversary of Doolittle Raid on Japan] April 16-17, 1982 

6

[Draft] September 12, 1974 January 17, 1977 February 13-28, 1980 

6

[Drafting of Women] 

Box

[#1] August 8, 1978-February 25, 1980 

7

[#2 Letter Filenames 209031-509065] January 24-February 18, 1980 

7

[#3 Letter Filename 255006] January 24-February 11, 1980 

7

[#4 Letter Filenames 609049-909022] February 1-22, 1980 

7
Box

[Education] August 8, 1973-January 16, 1975 January 30-August 2, 1978 

7

[Energy] January 20, 1975 March 15, 1979 

7

The Faith We Have Not Kept May 10-July, 1968 

7

Far East Military Trip [Questions Concerning Expenses] January 9, 1975 November 15-December 6, 1976 

7

Foreign [Affairs] June 19, 1969 September 1, 1971-November 15, 1973 February 21-July 4, 1975 June 24-August 10, 1978 March 3, 1981 

7

Foreign Policy Workbook 

Box

Volume 1 June 14, 1968 

7

Volume 2 June 14, 1968 

8

Volume 3 June 14, 1968 

8
Box

Fort Jackson and Parris Island November 1974-February 10, 1975 January 23-October 16, 1978 January 21, 1980 

8

Fort Rucker [Alabama] (Card Replies) June 5-14, 1977 

8

[Golden Knights and Silver Eagles] May 2-September 26, 1974 

8

Grenada Invasion October 30, 1983-March 4, 1984; undated 

8

[Hamburger Hill, Battle at (Battle at Dong Ap Bia)] circa May, 1969 

8

[Hixson, Major General Robert C.] May 28, 1974 

8

India July 17-November 4, 1975 

8

Indonesia February 22-October 21, 1975 

8

[Bob Infinger File (Field Representative, Charleston] 

Box

Folder I August 15, 1974 May 10, 1977-June 28, 1979 

8

Folder II July 9, 1979-March 10, 1980 

9

Folder III April 10-December 29, 1980; undated 

9
Box

Israel April 22, 1970-August 12, 1972 December 10, 1974 May 30, 1975 

9

[Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps] JROTC 

Box

Folder I February 6, 1970-November 30, 1976 

9

Folder II May 19, 1978-October 6, 1982 

9

Folder III October 18, 1983-December 15, 1986 

9

Camden Military Academy March 25, 1975-June 11, 1976 

9

Culver Military Academy March 25, 1975-June 11, 1976 

9
Box

Kent State, National Guard at May 13, 1970-March 8, 1971 

9

Korea August 6, 1970-August 23, 1977 

10

[Korean War Prisoners] October 20-November 3, 1986 

10

Laos March 6-19, 1970 

10

Lebanon [Beiruit Bombing] Casualties October 25-December 30, 1983, undated 

10

Lockheed/Bob Russell May 19, 1975 June 17-December 23, 1976 

10

[Mariana Islands] February 15-October 14, 1975 

10

Marine Corps Training Incidents March 26, 1976-circa January, 1977 

10

[Mayaguez Incident] May 12-June 2, 1975 

10

Medical Service [Curtailment] 

Box

#1 February 4-August 31, 1977 

10

#2 September 1, 1977-July 13, 1979 

10

Military 

Box

Military and Veterans Organizations 1971 1973-1975 1977 

11

Assistance to Safety and Traffic Program (MAST) and Highway Safety March 7, 1973-May 1974 January 3, 1978 

11

Compensation [Panel] January 15-April 1978 

11

Construction and Procurement [--South Carolina] November 13, 1969 March 30, 1971-July 27, 1973 January 28, 1980 

11

[Pay and Benefits] 1972-October 1, 1979 

11

Preparedness 

Box

#1 July 1965-September 30, 1968 

11

#2 October 4, 1968-October 29, 1969; undated 

11
Box

[Unions] August 6-September 1, 1975 

11
Box

Miscellaneous January 18, 1973-July 27, 1975 March-April 2, 1979 

11

[Missiles] December 17, 1958 May 23, 1960-September 23, 1965; undated 

11

Moorer, Admiral Thomas H. June 28, 1967-June 27, 1974 

11

Moss, Tom February 15-March 2, 1971; undated 

11

NASA [National Aeronautics and Space Administration] July 2, 1969-June 16, 1975 

11

National Defense March 14, 1972 June 30, 1975-1976 April 5, 1979-February 1980 

11

National Guard and Reserves November 12-December 29, 1969 February 28, 1972-December 12, 1978 February 18, 1983-January 1985 

11

National Guard 

Box

30th Infantry Division (Mechanized) September 22-October 3, 1973 

12

228th Signal Brigade July 9-28, 1980 

12
Box

[National Security] September 1, 1967 June 12 and 14, 1969 April 12, 1973-September 1975 

12

[Naval Oceanographic Program-Consolidation and Relocation] April 1975 

12

Naval Reserve January 10, 1977-February 17, 1978 

12

Naval [Air] Reserve Reorganization January 19, 1970-circa February 23, 1971 

12

[Naval Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps] JROTC-Strom Thurmond High School, Edgefield, SC September 15-October 8, 1971 

12

[Navy] 

Box

[#1] September 6, 1967-November 18, 1968 

12

[#2] February 7, 1969-September 8, 1970 

12

[#3] April 24, 1972-July 28, 1975 January 26-July 20, 1978 

12
Box

Navy EC-121[, North Korean Downing of] April 16-May 2, 1969 

12

Normandy Trip [Thank-yous] June 1 and 19, 1984; undated 

12

[North Atlantic Treaty Organization] NATO October 13-December 4, 1968 March 22,-August 10, 1973 

12

Officer Personnel Management System (OPMS)-Reserves October 29, 1977-March 13, 1978 

12

[Optometrists, Medical Supervision of] August 10, 1977-1979 

12

Overseas Cost of Living and Housing Allowances July 13, 1973-December 12, 1974 June 8-October 4, 1978 

12

[Panama Canal] January 18-April 1974 October 21, 1977 

12

Pardon (Amnesty) February 9, 1972-July 13, 1977 

13

Parris Island-Contracting-out August 24, 1984 

13

Peach Sale to Army/Europe July 1971-June 22, 1972 

13

[Philippines] July 7, 1976 April 25, 1978 circa 1986 

13

Physician's Assistants June 29, 1973 November 12, 1980-January 16, 1981 

13

Pinion Gear Problem 

Box

 March 3, 1969-circa October 1970 

13

 January 4-November 24, 1971 

13

 January-November 12, 1972 

14

 March 16, 1973-April 30, 1974 

14

Howard Clock Company Dossier January 1, 1969 August 19, 1971-March 24, 1972 

14

Reference Material January 16, 1962 December 20, 1962 April 21, 1967 

14
Box

Poor People's March circa April 1, 1968-December 2, 1969 

14

Portugal (Azores) March 19-November 14, 1975 

14

President's Private Sector Survey on Cost Control (PPSSCC) (Grace Commission) March 28, 1983-March 12, 1984 

14

Prisoners of War (POW) 

Box

#1 January 5-December 30, 1969 

14

#2 

Box

Folder I January 21-May 26, 1970 

14

Folder II June 1-December 30, 1970; undated 

14

#3 

Box

Folder I January 4-April 28, 1971 

15

Folder II May 10-December, 1971 

15
Box

#4 February 8-November 17, 1972 

15

#5 

Box

Folder I January 26-March 2, 1973 

15

Folder II March 5-September 1973 December 6, 1974 circa 1975 November 27, 1979, undated 

15
Box

[Privacy Act] September 25-October 16, 1975 

15

[Promotion and Retention] April 29, 1969 June 25, 1973-April 5, 1978 

15

Pueblo [U.S. Spy Ship] July 6, 1967 January 23, 1968-May 6, 1969 

15

Pueblo [U.S. Spy Ship] Correspondence December 17, 1968-May 16, 1969 

15

[Racism in the Armed Forces] September, 1969 April, 1973 February, 1975 

15

Recruiting February 9-March, 1979 

15

Release of Classified Information by Senator Hatfield July 17-18, 1970 

16

Reorganization of Army Reserve September 9, 1979-April 13, 1980 

16

[Republic of China (Taiwan)] April 28-June 20, 1975 

16

Requests for Charlie Dukes [Member of Apollo 16 Crew] March 2, 1973-April 22, 1974 

16

Reserve Components January 30, 1977-August, 1978 

16

ROA [Reserve Officers Association] March 29, 1972 June 26, 1974-September 2, 1975; undated 

16

[Reserve Officers' Training Corps] ROTC 

[1] 

Box

Folder I May 6, 1969-October 29, 1973 

16

Folder II February 12, 1974-May 11, 1979 

16

[2] 

Box

Folder I May 22, 1980-April 8, 1981 

16

Folder II June 15, 1981-January 12, 1983 

16
Box

Reversion of Okinawa to Japan April 19-October 11 1971 

16

Rickover, Admiral Hyman G. April 25, 1969-September 5, 1980 

17

Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Guest Cruise Program June 1-August 10, 1971 June 5, 1974 

17

Service Academies' Service Obligations November 2 and 13, 1979 

17

Sinai [early warning system] September 25, 1975-February 29, 1976 

17

Social Security Charge for Military Retirees May 28-29, 1981 

17

U.S.S. South Carolina July-November 21, 1974 

17

South Carolina [Judge Advocate General] JAG Reserve May 9, 1976 

17

Speech by Dr. George Wald of Harvard March 8, 1969 

17

[Speech Material] November 6, 1967-October 19, 1969 January-June 5, 1975 

17

U.S.S. Stark Incident May 18-July 22, 1987 

17

[Staff] December 1, 1968 April 13, 1973-November 20, 1974; undated 

17

Status Report Regarding Fire at Military Personnel Records Center [St. Louis, Missouri] August 1-October 4, 1973 

17

[Stokes, Mrs. Sidney Smith (Mary)]; undated 

17

Tactical Air Power Subcommittee September 26, 1968-June 13, 1975 

17

Tactics December 31, 1973-July 5, 1978 

17

Training Pay (Active Duty) for Reserves May 25-June 3, 1976 

17

[Travel Regulations for Civilian Department of Defense Employees] May 20, 1975 December 8, 1977-April 25, 1978 

17

Trips February 19-December 22, 1974 

17

Trotter Shoals [Richard B. Russell Dam and Lake] circa March-April, 1975 

18

Turkey May 27, 1969 August-September 29, 1975 

18

[United Nations] January 1972-December 3, 1973; undated 

18

[United Service Organization (USO)] July 2, 1974 

18

United States Armed Services Institute [Abolition of] December 12, 1973-February 5, 1974 

18

Veterinary Corps [Abolition of] July 26, 1978-October 19, 1979 

18

Vietnam December 1966-December 19, 1976 

18

Vietnam War 

Con 

Folder I March 3, 1971-April 8, 1972 

Box
19

Folder II April 9-December 28, 1972 

Box
19

Pro 

Box

Folder I April 16, 1971-May 8, 1972 

19

Folder II May 9-December 3, 1972 

19

Volunteer Army 

Box
19
Box

Folder I December 1, 1967-April 29, 1970 

19

Folder II May 1-November 16, 1970 

19

Folder III January 28-July 1971 

20

Folder IV February 1973-February 25, 1975 

20

[War Powers] 1971 May 5, 1975 

20

World Helicopter Championships February 14-May 10, 1974 

20

Bills 1968-1984 

Box

Admittance of Females to Military Academies, S. 334 [S. Con. Res. 71] January 29, 1973 May 21-July 15, 1975 

21

Air Force Flight Engineers and Loadmasters, [Recall of Retired] S. 1750 October 15, 1981-March 23, 1984 

21

Capital Gains Tax-Military, S. 257 April 7, 1982 

21

"Catch 62" (Military-Civil Service Retirement) 

S. 2564 

Box

#1 July 9, 1973 June 2-November 24, 1975 

21

#2 January 7-February 29, 1976 

21

#3 March 2-December 16, 1976; undated 

21

S. 245 

Box

 January 13-August 16, 1977 

21

 September 8-November 16, 1977 

21

 December 6-23, 1977; undated 

21

 January-April 28, 1978 

21

 May 1-August 16, 1978 

22

 August 18-December 14, 1978; undated 

22

S. 245-Correspondence 

Box

 January 20-June 27, 1977 

22

 July 1-December 29, 1977 

22

S. 92 

Box

[#1] Folder I January 2-June 26, 1979 

22

[#1] Folder II July 5-December 17, 1979 

22

[#2] Folder I January 10-May 30, 1980 

22

[#2] Folder II June-September 29, 1980; undated 

22

S. 92 and S. 245-Correspondence 

Box

Folder I January 5-June 30, 1978 

23

Folder II July 3-December 1978 

23

S. 92-Correspondence 

Box

 January 8-April 26, 1979 

23

 May 1-December 28, 1979 

23

 January 5-December 18, 1980 

23

S. 46 

Box

[#1] January 5-June 23, 1981 

23

[#2] July 1-October 23, 1981; undated 

24

[#3] Folder I January 29-May 31, 1982 

24

[#3] Folder II [S. 2774, H.R. 6995, P.L. 97-253] June 10-September, 1982 

24

[#3] Folder III [P.L. 97-253] October 1-December 1982; undated 

24

S. 46 and S. 92-Correspondence 

Box

Folder I January 5-February 28, 1981 

24

Folder II March 1-April 30, 1981 

24

S. 46-Correspondence 

Box

[#1] Folder I May 1-July 30, 1981 

24

[#1] Folder II August 5-December 26, 1981 

24

[#2] Folder I January 2-April 26, 1982 

25

[#2] Folder II May 7-December 10, 1982 May 2, 1983 

25
Box

P.L. 97-253 January 25, 1983-August 5, 1985 

25

CHAMPUS [Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services] 

Box

#1--H.R. 11666, S. 2673 September 29, 1970-December 30, 1971 

25

#2--S. 2673 January 4, 1972-May 23, 1973 

25

#3--H.R. 1564 and 2703 July 10, 1973-May 2, 1977 

25

The Citadel [Authorize More ROTC Scholarships for Military Colleges], S. 1352 and S. 2563 

Box

#1 May 30, 1975-April 6, 1976 

25

#2 January 26, 1977-December 4, 1979 

25
Box

[Civilian Technicians in Reserves, H.R. 2 and S. 274] February 20, 1968 February 26, 1975 June 9-October 26, 1977 

26

Cost of Living Adjustment Reduction, H. Con. Res. 280 and H.R. 5394 April-May 2, 1984 

26

Deceased Military Retirees, S. 496 March 7, 1983 

26

[Denial of Military Retirement Benefits Due to Post Retirement Employment with a Foreign Government, S. 1351 and H.R. 6689 (Amendment)] March 30, 1977-June 12, 1979 

26

DOPMA [Defense Officers Personnel Management Act], H. R. 13958 March 15, 1976-January 4, 1980 

26

[Draft Reform], S. 1433 March 17-May 13, 1969 

26

Dual Compensation (Double-dipping), H. R. 7933 and S. 3000 June 24-July 3, 1974 August 2, 1976-August 1978 

26

"Famous Generals" [Documentary Film Series] Legislation [S. 1541] January 28-September 30, 1971 

26

Foreign Military Sales Act of 1970 (H.R. 15628)--Amendments March 26-October 22, 1970; undated 

26

Foreign Military Sales Act of 1970 (H.R. 15628)-Fact Sheets for Senate Floor Debate June 12-August 4, 1970 

26

"Forgotten Widows" [Survivor Benefit Plan] 

Box

S. 2108; H.R. 1166, 6643, 14773] March 9, 1974-September 3, 1976 

26

S. 724 

Box

 February 1-April 5, 1977 

27

 April 6-June 25, 1977 

27

 July 1, 1977-January 21, 1978 

27

 February 16-December 6, 1978 

27

S. 91 

Box

#1 January 4, 1977-August 1978 

27

#2 September 18, 1978-April 25, 1979 

27

#3 May 8-September 1979 

27

#4 October 5, 1979-March 31, 1980 

28

#5 Folder I April 9-October 15, 1980 

28

#5 Folder II November 6, 1980-February 9, 1981; undated 

28

S. 91-Correspondence 

Box

 August 25, 1978-May 31, 1979 

28

 June 8-July 31, 1979 

28

 August 7-December 31, 1979 

28

 January 6-April 30, 1980 

28

 May 1-July 29, 1980 

29

 August 4, 1980-May 18, 1981 

29
Box

S. 91-Co-sponsors August 1978 March 12-November, 1979 

29

Amendment [3608] to S. 2571 (H.R. 3702) 

Box

Folder I February 3, 1977-June 30, 1978 

29

Folder II July 5, 1978 August 28, 1978; undated 

29
Box

[(S. 91 Follow-up ): S. 611, S. 897, S. 1411] September 26, 1980-August 25, 1982 

29

S. 611 February 2-September 28, 1981 

29

S. 717 

Box

 October 1, 1981-September 25, 1982 

30

 October 18, 1982-February 23, 1983; undated 

30

 March 8-June 30, 1983 

30
Box

S. 717 [also H.R. 2969 (Amendment)]; July 3, 1983-March 18, 1985 

30

S. 479 September 4 and 9, 1987 

30

Louise Padgett (Mrs. Vernon L.) [S. 91, 611, 717, 724, 2108] May 3, 1979-November 10, 1984 

30
Box

"Forgotten Widows" [Survivor Benefit Plan (Reserves), S. 2206] January 28, 1981-April 14, 1983 August 5, 1983 

30

Former Spouses' Legislation, 1983 [H.R. 2175, 2365, 4076, 5027; S. 1169 and 1613; P.L. 97-252] 

Box

Folder I February 20-October, 1983 

30

Folder II November 3, 1983-May 31, 1985 

31

Folder III July 9, 1985-January 1986 February 2-April 15, 1988 

31

[Former Spouses' Protection Act, S. 1814] 

Box

Folder I June 1 and September 1, 1977 June 4, 1981-March 15, 1982 

31

Folder II March 17-June 15, 1982 

31

Folder III June 18-October 19, 1982 

31
Box

Gold Star Mothers Bill, S. 1772 July 17, 1975 

31

JROTC [Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps] [--Instructor Pay], S. 2834 November 28, 1973-March 23, 1976 

31

Legislation 

1970 [S. 364, S. 3367, S. 3588; H.R. 7618] 

Box

Folder I March 11-May 4, 1970 

32

Folder II May 5-November 4, 1970 

32
Box

Follow-up September 30, 1974-October 17, 1975 

32

[Miscellaneous] January 10, 1967 January 10, 1972-March 29, 1979 February, 1984-1985 

32
Box

Maybank Amendment June 2, 1982-May 24, 1983 

32

Medal of Honor [to be Renamed Congressional Medal of Honor], S. 2281 [Also S. 433] February 6-October 30, 1980 

32

[Medical and Dental Care for Uniformed Services and Dependents, H.R. 780 and 12878] July 1, 1977-February 6, 1978 December 28, 1978 March 12 and 26, 1979 November 10, 1979 

32

Medical Care for Ex-wives, S. 1613 

Box

Part I July 12-August 4, 1983 

32

Part 2 August 8-November 28, 1983 

32

Part 3 November 1, 1983-March 30, 1984 

33

Part 4 

Box

Folder I April 2-July 25, 1984 

33

Folder II July 26-December 4, 1984 

33

Military 

Box

Band Bill, S. 2336 October 20, 1977-August 7, 1978 

33

Doctors Malpractice, S. 1395 July 22-October 14, 1975 

33

[Health Service Legislation] S. 1098, S. 1099, S. 1100 May 24-August 29, 1979 

33

Law/Military Appeals Court, S. 1353 April 21, 1977 May 25, 1978-February 7, 1979; undated 

33

Lawyers Proficiency Pay, S. 1362 March 12-July 31, 1975 

33

Medical Legislation [--Tax Relief for Health Professions Scholarship Program, Stipends for Students in Program, Special Pay/Variable Incentive Pay (H.R. 4665, 5235, 7171, 10612; S. 523, 1098, 1099, 1100, 2460, 2938)] 

Box

Folder I January 6, 1975-April 1979 

33

Folder II May 2, 1979-September 12, 1980 

33
Box

[Pay and Benefits, H.R. 5168 and 5359 (Amendments)] April 26, 1979-February 18, 1980 

34

Procurement Authorization Bill, S. 920 February-September, 1975 

34

Retirement, H.R. 2703 February 1, 1977-February 25, 1980 

34

Retirement Pay and Benefits [H.R. 767, 7933, 9118, 15771, 15775; S. 377, 920 (Amendment #534), 3939] 

Box

Folder I April 10, 1968 February 11, 1971-June 1977 

34

Folder II October 28, 1977-August 10, 1979 

34

Retirement Pay, 1983 [(H.R. 4148, 5394, H. Con. Res. 280; P.L. 97-253 [H.R. 6955, S. 2774])] 

Box

Folder I April 20-May 31, 1983 

34

Folder II June 1-July 31, 1983 

34

Folder III August 1-November 30, 1983 

34

Folder IV December 1, 1983-April 18, 1984 

35

Folder V May 14-June 15, 1984 December 26, 1985 

35
Box

Sealift Command Civil Service Mariner's Relief Act of 1981 October 19-December 16, 1981 

35

Travel for Missing in Action (MIA)/Prisoner of War (POW) Families, S. 1245 May 10 and July 26, 1983 

35
Box

[Missing in Action (MIA) and Prisoner of War (POW) Legislation, S. 2607, 3753; S. Res. 251; S. Con Res. 68, 81; H.R. 10710 (Amendment 1194)] July 25, 1974-November 21, 1975 

35

[Missing in Action (MIA) Commission / Committee / Council / Task Force, H. Res. 355, S. Res. 142, S. Con. Res. 5] January 27, 1975-March 1977 

35

Missing in Action (MIA) [Status Changes] 

Box

Folder I; H.R. 16764, H. Res. 1093 and 1249; S. 3471 (Amendment), 3841, 3862 January 4-October 24, 1974 

35

Folder II; H.R. 1638, 10710 (Section 403); S. 474, 624, 3471 (Amendment), 3841, 3862 November 2, 1974-December 6, 1975 February 17, 1978 

35
Box

Mitchell, John H., S. 2347 July 15, 1975-July 12, 1979 

35

National Guard 

Box

Technicians [Retirement Credit] (S. 584, etc.) [Also S. 855, 2031] January 27, 1970-September 20, 1976 

35

To Increase the rank of the Chief of the National Guard Bureau, H.R. 15143 February 11, 1970; undated 

36
Box

Naval Reserve Fleet Members Relief, H.R. 8907 April 11-May 16, 1969 

36

Navy Doctors [Credit for Prior Service and Professional Training], S.2115 

Box

Folder I October 26, 1981-August 10, 1983 

36

Folder II August 10-October 3, 1983 

36
Box

Optometrists and Veterinarians [Special Pay], H.R. 8011 and S. 1731 July 25, 1973 March 28-November 16, 1977 

36

Points for Reservists for Civil Service Pensions, S. 732 July 24, 1975 April 6, 1976 

36

Prisoner of War Concurrent Resolution [H. Con. Res. 374, 454; S. Res. 78 and 257, S. Con. Res. 89 and 97] September 5, 1969-November 17, 1972 

36

Prisoner of War (POW) and Missing in Action (MIA) Tax Exemption, H.R. 9487 and S. 2944 May 1 and July 7, 1970 August 2, 1972-February 5, 1973 

36

Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Legislation [Leave and Pay], S. 3416 March 23-June 23, 1972 

36

Prisoner of War (POW) War Claims, H.R. 4204 February 24-May 11, 1970 

36

Purple Hearts to Unknown Soldiers Buried in Arlington National Cemetery, S. Res. 53 July 17-August 14, 1975 

36

[Recomputation]-[Retirement Pay (Military),] 

[S. 377] 

Box

 March 31-April 21, 1972 

36

 May 1-July 31, 1972 

37
Box

[H.R. 15495 (Amendment 494), S. 377] August 1-December 28, 1972 

37

Recomputation-Retirement Pay (Military) 

Box

#1 [S. 330, 762, 1336, 1573; H.R. 9286 (Amendment 494)] January 10-October 9, 1973 

37

#2 [S. 762, H.R. 9286 (Amendment 494)] October 10-December 3, 1973 

37

#3 [S. 377, 762, 1702, 1961, 1969, 3000 (Amendment 1377)] January 10-October 9, 1973 

37
Box

Recomputing Retired Pay After Recall to Active Duty, S. 2316 February 22, 1982 

37

Rehabilitation Discharges [(Proposed Legislation)] March 20, 1969 

37

Relief of Mrs. L. Sloan/ Sgt. B. P. Russell, S. 3120 April 12, 1971-March 10, 1976 

37

Reserve Officers Association 60th Year (1922-1982), S. Res. 486 September 21-29, 1982 

37

[Reserve Retirees Commissary and Exchange Privileges, S. 1474] April 18-June 20, 1980 

37

Reserve Retirement 

S. 2767 

Box

Folder I [H.R. 8859, 9773] October 27 and November 20, 1969 October 29-December 28, 1971 

38

Folder II January 6-October 24, 1972 

38
Box

S. 330 January 25, 1973-September 17, 1974 

38

S. 117, 330, 1446, 3283 October 2, 1974-November 16, 1976 

38

S. 117, 246, 366 January 7, 1977-January 19, 1978 

38

H.R. 648; S. 202, 366, 469, 675; P.L. 98-94 May 3, 1978-December 2, 1980 April 22, 1983-May 30, 1985 

38

Skilled Enlisted Reserve Military Training Act, H. R. 5583 and S. 2337 

Box

Folder I June 30, 1981-February 24, 1982 

38

Folder II March 2-December 13, 1982 

39

Skilled Enlisted Reserve Training Act (SERTA) 

Box

S. 801 February 22-October 13, 1983 

39

S. 697 and S. 801 January 30, 1984-September 20, 1985 

39
Box

[Small Business Set-Asides for Architectural and Engineering Firms, S. 675 (Amendment)] February 22-July 19, 1983 

39

Survivor Benefit Plan 

H.R. 10670 and S. 325 

Box

#1 March 4, 1971-May 31, 1972 

39

#2 June 1-October, 1972 

39
Box

[Miscellaneous (H.R. 694, 6643, 9282; S. 628)] March, 1973-January 15, 1979 1982 

39

[Open Enrollment, Cost-of-Living Increases], S. 623; 

Box

 February 4-December 31, 1977 

39

 January 3-June 27, 1978 

40

 July 3, 1978-January 7, 1979 

40
Box

[Open Enrollment, S. 897] April 9, 1981-August 9, 1982 

40

[Predeceased Spouses' Contributions], S. 1600 (H.R. 4032, 4033, 14773; S. 919, 1226) April 10, 1975-November, 1976 

40

Social Security Offset, S. 719 January 10, 1983-March 27, 1985 

40

Social Security offset, S. 719-Correspondence March 12, 1983-July 23, 1984 

40
Box

Survivor Benefit Plan (Reserves), H.R. 749, 4203, 11797; S. 246, 469, 1996, 2856 January 4, 1977-June 3, 1980 

40

[Tax Exemption for first-time members of Reserve Components, S. 1097] March 15-24, 1977 

40

Tax on Disability Retired Pay-Military, H.R. 10612 January 30, 1975-June 25, 1976 

40

Thornwell, James, S. 1615 March 30-September 19, 1979 

40

Unemployment Compensation for Ex-Service Members [H.R. 4717] January 12-July 21, 1982 

40

Contractors 1969 

Box

Alabama Industries, Inc. vs. Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals September 5, 1975-January 31, 1977[?] 

41

American Development Corporation (ADCOR) 

[#1] 

Box

Folder I August 27, 1975-December 2, 1977 

41

Folder II January 4, 1978-August 31, 1979 April 27, 1981 March 22, 1983; undated 

41
Box

[#2] August 31, 1983-May 15, 1985 

41

[#3] 

Box

Folder I (Tabs 6-12) January 1987 

41

Folder II (Tabs 1-5) January 1987 

41

American Gear and Pinion Corporation 

Box

 October 24, 1974-November 26, 1975 

41

 January 22, 1976-December 7, 1977[?] 

41

 April 18-October 13, 1978 February 5-July 21, 1980 

42
Box

American Safety Products (ASP) International, Inc.-Fire Extinguishers May 9, 1983-February 28, 1984 

42

[Anchor Moving and Storage, Inc.] June 23-29, 1977 

42

AVCO-Lycoming plant, Charleston--Move July 24, 1969 April 20, 1971-February 17, 1972 

42

Dantrain August 10-29, 1976 

42

Environmental Systems Development Corporation (ESDC; Carl Holland) and American Development Corporation (ADCOR) 

#1 

Box

Folder I January 2-September 27, 1973 

42

Folder II September 28-December 28, 1973 

42
Box

#2 January 15, 1974-February 18, 1976 

42
Box

Hawthorne Aviation September 21, 1976-March 21, 1977 

42

International and Domestic Development Corporation September 11-October 3, 1984 

43

[Miscellaneous Contractors] June 1, 1974-June 24, 1975 May 2, 1978 

43

Moving and Storage Companies 

Box

General Accounting Office (GAO) Investigation [of Carrier Evaluation and Reporting System (CERS)] August 31, 1977-March 30, 1978 

43

Military Traffic Management Command (MTMC) [Change of Procedures for Rate Acquisition] 

Box

Folder I October 6-November 4, 1983 

43

Folder II November 8, 1983-April 16, 1984 March, 1986 

43

Nilson Van and Storage 

Box

Folder I September 12, 1977 July 30-November 25, 1981 

43

Folder II January 28-June 7, 1982 

43

[File #1] 

Box

Folder I February 9-June 18, 1984 

43

Folder II July 8-August 31, 1984 

44

File #2 

Box

Folder I September 13-20, 1984 

44

Folder II September 27, 1984-December 12, 1985 

44
Box

Pantronics October 28, 1971-December 11, 1974 

44

Pantronics 

1975 File 

Box

Folder I March 31-August 29, 1975 

44

Folder II September 30-December 17, 1975 March 16, 1978 

44
Box

Phone Messages and Miscellaneous [Notes] October 24, 1974-July 23, 1975; undated 

45

and General Accounting Office (GAO) Draft [Pantronics' Response to Draft Report] July 27, 1974 

45

[and General Accounting Office (GAO) Final Report] December 30, 1974 

45
Box

Pirelli Cable Corporation circa 1984 

45

Southern Packaging and Storage Company 

Box

Folder I December 12, 1983-March 7, 1984 

45

Folder II April 25-October 2, 1984 

45
Box

[Southern Packaging and Storage Company-Dry Mix Products, Inc. Contract] April 10, 1978 

45

Vanguard Associates March 27, 1981-June 4, 1982 

45

Wisconsin Physicians Service January 14-September 1986; undated 

45

Projects 1971-1986 

Box

Airport documents [Charleston, Myrtle Beach]--Col. Cowan October 27-November, 1975 April 1, 1978 February 20, 1985-March 4, 1986 

46

Beaufort Naval Hospital April 18-June 18, 1979 

46

Charleston 

Box

Air Force Base June 1979-May 5, 1982 

46

Army Depot 

Box

1971 January 11-October 1, 1971 

46

Part I May 10, 1971-December 1972 

46

Part II January 3, 1973-January 11, 1974 March 12, 1976-December 28, 1977 June 5, 1979 November 3, 1981 

46

[Part III], Folder I March 28, 1982-October 25, 1984 

46

[Part III], Folder II December 13, 1985-November 14, 1986 

46

Naval Shipyard 

Box

 October 12, 1971-May 17, 1972 

47

 May 23, 1972-May 3, 1973 

47

 February 8-December 2, 1974 February 12, 1976-November 21, 1978 

47

 January 9-November 1, 1979 June 22-November 1, 1983 

47
Box

Coast Guard [Station, Charleston] March 29-October 11, 1973 

47

Fort Gordon [Georgia] 

Box

[Contracting-Out] May 14, 1979-February 29, 1980 

47

[Housing] July 9-November 12, 1971 

47

[Move of Military Police School] February 28-September 4, 1973 

47
Box

[Fort Jackson Land for Richland County School] May 19-July 20, 1972 

47

Myrtle Beach Air Force Base September 29, 1972-November 17, 1976 

47

Patriot's Point Naval Museum [Charleston] 

[#1] 

Box

Folder I April 1972-July 28, 1974 

48

Folder II August 8, 1974-August 11, 1975 

48
Box

[#2] October 1977-June 20, 1980 February 10, 1984 March 1-August [?], 1985 

48
Box

Polaris Missile Facility, Charleston February 25-October 17, 1977 

48

Ports Authority, [South Carolina State] September 27, 1983 January 27-February 5, 1986 February 5, 1988 

48

Shaw Air Force Base November 19, 1985 

48

Cases 1969-1982 

Box

Boyd, Lamar, [Restricted] April 24, 1981-October 21, 1982 

49

Calhoun, Major Charles March 30, 1970-August 4, 1973 

49

Donaldson, Brigadier General John W. June 7, 1971-August 15, 1974 

49

Green Berets [Murder Case] / Middleton, Major Thomas C. August 8-October 16, 1969 

49

Mauro, Charles, [Restricted] November 2-7, 1977 

49

Nain, Alex May 27-October 19, 1982 

49

Pending Military Cases 

Box

 May 7, 1972 [?]-October 30, 1974 

49

 January 7-September 8, 1975 

49

 March 27, 1978-February 21, 1979 [?]; undated 

49
Box

Todd, Burnice W., [Restricted] April 19-December 13, 1982 

50

WWAY TV-3, Wilmington, North Carolina [Destruction of Transmitting Tower] June 5-August 22, 1981 

50

Oversize 1951-1985 

"Subsidizing the Soviets with the Trick Called 'Trade'" from the Phyllis Schlafly Report August 1972   11" x 17"

Free China Weekly, Volume XVI, No. 23 June 15, 1975   10 1/2" x 15 1/2"

Map of Southeast Asia showing route of Senator Thurmond's trip to that area circa December, 1966   24" x 34 1/2"

"The Draft," statement by the Young Americans for Freedom circa 1970   11" x 17"

Photocopy of The Floridian concerning the "plight of the military ex-wife" from the St. Petersburg Times February 14, 1982   11" x 17"

County--Town map of the U.S. with certain counties and cities colored yellow [to show labor surplus areas (LSA's)?] circa 1982   18" x 25"

Letter from ex-military spouses in Crestview, Destin, Fort Walton Beach, Mary Esther, Niceville, Santa Rosa Beach, Shalimar and Valparaiso, FL to Thurmond thanking him for his support of S. 1613 November 26, 1984   8 1/2" x 42 1/2"

Blueprint for FMU-78/B (fuze, bomb, practice: electric, inert) October 15, 1969   13" x 20"

Blueprint for FMU-7B/B (cable assembly) September 26, 1966   13" x 20"

Blueprint for FMU-7C/B (initiator, bomb fuze) November 29, 1963   13" x 20"

Blueprint for body [for AN-M23A1 igniter?] August 28, 1951   14 1/2" x 19"

Chart of "Major Dollar Government Revenues Lost or Being Lost by Modified Suspension [of Nilson Van and Storage by government]" (Exhibit B) circa March 18, 1985   8 1/2" x 23"

General Road and Railway Map of Charleston, SC Army Depot by Army Corps of Engineers January 1, 1967   28" x 39"

Blueprint of aerial photograph showing dock area of Charleston, SC Army Depot with annotations showing area desired by South Carolina Ports Authority undated   24" x 36"

Master Plan for North Charleston Facility, South Carolina Ports Authority (formerly Charleston, SC Army Depot) December, 1972   18" x 24"

Artist's rendering of aerial view, North Charleston Facility December, 1972   15" x 24"

General Road and Railway Map of Charleston, SC Army Depot by Army Corps of Engineers (January 1, 1967), annotated to show property and acreage (?) desired by South Carolina Ports Authority circa1973   39" x 42"

"Blueprint of General Site Map of Charleston, SC Army Depot by Army Corps of Engineers (September 1, 1970), annotated circa 1973   30" x 42"

General Road and Railway Map of Charleston, SC Army Depot by Army Corps of Engineers (January 1, 1967), annotated to show property and acreage (?) desired by South Carolina Ports Authority and proposed right-of-way easement circa1973   29" x 40"

Copy of aerial photograph of the Charleston, SC Army Depot that uses tape (red, green, blue) to show EQSD arcs for the loading of explosives, the proposed Navy property line, and the boundary of the submarine support facility undated   15" x 20"

2 plans of Charleston, SC Army Depot showing tracts of land desired by South Carolina Ports Authority highlighted in yellow March, 1983   12" x 18"

2 plans of Charleston, SC Army Depot showing tracts of land desired by South Carolina Ports Authority March, 1983   12" x 18"

Plan of "RO-RO" berth, South Carolina Ports Authority March, 1983   12" x 18"

Plan of general arrangement of "RO-RO" ramp, South Carolina Ports Authority March, 1983   12" x 18"

Floor plan of typical warehouse, South Carolina Ports Authority March, 1983   12" x 18"

Wall elevations, typical warehouse, South Carolina Ports Authority March, 1983   12" x 18"

Plans for pre-engineered metal building, warehouse and export packing plant March, 1983   12" x 18"

Plan showing berthing for a tanker and a grain ship at pier of Charleston, SC Army Depot circa 1983   12" x 18"

Charleston Naval Shipyard News, Vol. XXXI, No. 1 July 7, 1972   11" x 17"

Master Plan for Patriot's Point Naval and Maritime Museum circa 1978   11" x 12"

Collage of photographs from 36th Annual reunion on board the U.S.S.Yorktown insert in U.S.S.Yorktown CV-10 Association newsletter March 1, 1985   11" x 17"

Vicinity map of Shaw Air Force Base, SC 1985   11" x 17"

Flight tracks map of Shaw Air Force Base, SC 1985   11" x 17"

Accident potential zones map of Shaw Air Force Base, SC 1985   11" x 17"

Noise contours map of Shaw Air Force Base, SC 1985   11" x 17"

Air installation compatible use zone (AICUZ) map of Shaw Air Force Base, SC 1985   11" x 17"

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