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Finding Aid of the Houston Flournoy papers

Finding aid prepared by Katie Richardson and Janeal Speight, July 2010

The processing of this collection and the creation of this finding aid was funded by the generous support of the Council on Library and Information Resources.

Summary Information

Repository
USC Libraries Special Collections
Creator
Flournoy, Houston I., (Houston Irvine), 1929-
Title
Houston Flournoy papers
Collection no.
0219
Date [inclusive]
1956-1974
Extent
15.85 Linear feet, 38 boxes
Language
English
Abstract
The collection includes correspondence, administrative records, regulations and legislation, campaign finances, budget reports for the State of California, commission and agency agendas, speeches, newspaper clippings, articles, and photographs from Houston Flournoy's political career from 1956 to 1974.

Preferred Citation

[Box/folder# or item name], Houston Flournoy papers, Collection no. 0219, Regional History Collections, Special Collections, USC Libraries, University of Southern California

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Biographical note

Houston Irving Flournoy, better known as Hugh, was born on October 7, 1929 in New York City, New York. He spent most of his childhood on Long Island with brief stints in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Flournoy was an excellent student and attended Garden City High School where he played in the band and managed the soccer team. In 1946, at the age of 16, Flournoy enrolled at Cornell University where he studied under Clinton Rossiter, a Cornell faculty member who was an authority on The Federalist. Flournoy was active in campus organizations and was a member of the Cornell University Glee Club, the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, the Senior Class Council, and in the Air Force Reserve Training Corps. He graduated from Cornell in 1950 with a degree in government and proceeded to enroll in a graduate studies program at Princeton University. He entered Princeton as the holder of the Henry P. DuBois Fellowship in American Government and received a Master's degree in Political Science in June of 1952, the same year he was called for military service.

While stationed in Denver as a student in Combat Intelligence Officer's School, Flournoy met his future wife, Marjorie (Midge) Westerkemp. In 1953 the two became engaged, and shortly thereafter, Flournoy was shipped out to Taegu, Korea to serve a year's tour as a combat intelligence officer with a fighter-bomber group. Midge and Flournoy married in July of 1954 and together they had three children, Jean, Ann, and David.

Following his military service, Flournoy re-enrolled at Princeton University to pursue a doctorate degree in politics. During this time, he worked part-time as a Research Assistant in the Division of Legislative Information and Research of the New Jersey Legislature. In October of 1955, Flournoy became the Legislative Assistant to New Jersey State Senator H. Alexander Smith. He remained so until he finished his dissertation and received his Ph.D. in June of 1956.

In 1957, Flournoy took an Assistant Professor position in the Pomona College Department of Political Science and thus moved his family to California. He quickly earned tenure status and remained at Pomona College until 1960 when he decided to run for office. In 1960, he successfully ran for California State Assembly as a Republican Party candidate. At this time, members of the legislature only had to serve for half the year so Pomona College agreed to give Flournoy a leave of absence every Spring to go to Sacramento. Early in his Assembly career, he was recognized as an expert in the field of education and school financing. He served in the Assembly from 1961 to 1966.

In 1966, he ran for California State Controller. He beat out incumbent Alan Cranston for the position and served as Controller from 1966 to 1974. As a legislator, Flournoy supported a state land-use plan and a full-time air-pollution control board. He also advocated a larger state role in equalizing the funding of rich and poor school districts, in part by imposing a statewide property tax.

In 1974, Flournoy ran for Governor of California. He defeated the Lt. Governor Ed Reinecke in the GOP primary but lost a close election to Democratic candidate, Edmund G. "Jerry" Brown, Jr. Flournoy blamed the loss on President Ford's pardon of ex-President Richard Nixon which came just a few weeks before California's general election. This move damaged the political campaigns of many Republican candidates, even moderates such as Flournoy. Flournoy never ran for office again.

In 1976, Flournoy was appointed a Professor position at USC. He taught at the School of Public Administration (now part of the School of Policy, Planning, and Development) until 1993. He also served as a governmental affairs advisor for USC administration until 1999. In addition, Flournoy served on the boards of several corporations. After retirement he resided in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, and Bodega Bay, California. Flournoy was a heavy smoker for years and developed emphysema. He died of heart failure during a flight from San Diego to Santa Rosa on January 7, 2008.

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Scope and Content

The collection includes correspondence, administrative records, regulations and legislation, campaign finances, budget reports for the State of California, commission and agency agendas, speeches, newspaper clippings, articles, and photographs from Houston Flournoy's political career from 1956 to 1974. The material is primarily print, originals, and photocopies.

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Arrangement

The collection is arranged into three series correspondence, subject files related to Flournoy, and subject files related to other republican party politicians, events, and activities. For the most part, original folder titles were kept in describing the collections contents.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

USC Libraries Special Collections
July 2010
Doheny Memorial Library 206
3550 Trousdale Parkway
Los Angeles, California, 90089-0189
213-740-5900
specol@usc.edu

Conditions Governing Access

COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE. Advance notice required for access.

Conditions Governing Use

The collection contains published articles; researchers are reminded of the copyright restrictions imposed by publishers on reusing their articles and parts of books. It is the responsibility of researchers to acquire permission from publishers when reusing such materials. The copyright to unpublished materials belongs to the heirs of the writers. Permission to publish, quote, or reproduce must be secured from the repository and the copyright holder.

Acquisition

USC acquired the collection in 1987.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • California. Governor's Office. -- Archives
  • California. Legislature. Assembly. -- Archives
  • California. Office of State Controller. -- Archives
  • California. Tax Reform Advisory Commission. -- Archives
  • Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.). -- Archives
  • Republican National Convention. -- Archives
  • Republican Party (Calif.). -- Archives

Genre(s)

  • Clippings
  • Correspondence
  • Photographs
  • Reports

Geographic Name(s)

  • California--Politics and government--1951---Archival resources

Personal Name(s)

  • Brown, Jerry, 1938- -- Archives
  • Flournoy, Houston I., (Houston Irvine), 1929- -- Archives
  • Goldwater, Barry M., (Barry Morris), 1909-1998 -- Archives
  • Nixon, Richard M., (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994 -- Archives
  • Reagan, Ronald -- Archives
  • Rockefeller, Nelson A., (Nelson Aldrich), 1908-1979 -- Archives
  • Unruh, Jesse, 1922-1987 -- Archives

Subject(s)

  • Education, Higher--California--Archival resources
  • Elections--California--Archival resources
  • Political campaigns--California--History--20th century--Archival resources
  • Political campaigns--United States--Archival resources
  • Political parties--Law and legislation--California--Archival resources
  • Politicians--California--Archival resources
  • Speeches, addresses, etc., American--Archival resources

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Collection Inventory

Series 1:  Correspondence 1956-1974 

Scope and Content

The Correspondence series is arranged into two subseries. First, alphabetically by individual's last name or subject and second, chronologically by year letter was composed or sent. Original folder titles were used to describe the materials and original order was kept in organizing the correspondence series. The correspondence series dates from 1956 to 1974. Letters include: personal notes from Flournoy to his peers, colleagues, and family members; letters of thanks to individuals for their support and financial assistance during Flournoy's campaign efforts; congratulations to Flournoy for winning elections; invitations to attend events and often to speak at those events; regrets for not being able to attend; condolences for not winning the 1974 Governor race in California; political advice from close friends and peers; and political topics which range from tax reforms, education, welfare, water conservation, welfare, and oil drilling. Some noteworthy individuals that Flournoy corresponded with include Richard Nixon, Nelson Rockefeller, Barry Goldwater, and Ronald Reagan.

Box Folder

 A 1970-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, political advice, condolences on the 1974 campaign, condos in Maui, invitations and regrets, the town of Flournoy, CA, congratulations, and personal notes.

1 1

 Abernathy, Bob 1967-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged chronologically to and from Robert Abernathy. Topics include: invitations and regrets, the Forgotten American, tax reform, thank you letters, and condolences on the 1974 campaign.

1 2

 Abrahams, Al 1967-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged chronologically to and from Albert E. Abrahams of the Republicans for Progress. Topics include: campaign financing, invitations and regrets, thank you letters, letters of recommendation, political advice, congratulations, and personal notes.

1 3

 Adams, Frank P. 1972-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged chronologically to and from Frank P. Adams including congratulations and condolences on the 1974 campaign.

1 4

 Babbage - Boyd 1966-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: political advice, thank you letters, congratulations, invitations and regrets, the State General Fund deficit, a GOP Youth Resolution, condolences on the 1974 campaign, Reinecke being indicted in the ITT case, tax relief, the quality of the Bay, hand guns, the El Monte Hospital project, and personal notes.

1 5

 Bagley, William T. 1967-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence from and about William T. Bagley, California Assemblyman and later State Controller. Topics include: tax reform, the Dictograph case, invitations and regrets, fiscal responsibility and spending reform, the question of forgiven loans and gift taxes, Bagley for State Controller campaign literature and a letter supporting him from Ronald Reagan, and estate and inheritance taxes.

1 6

 Beck, Paul 1972 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged chronologically about Paul Beck. Topics include the creation of the position Executive Assistant to the Controller, the appointment of Paul Beck to that position, congratulations, and thank you letters.

1 7

 Born, William F. 1973 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to and from William F. Born arranged chronologically. Topics include: the South El Monte Hospital construction project, and regrets.

1 8

 Bouvard, Loic 1969-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to and from Loic Bouvard arranged chronologically. Topics include: invitations, congratulations, Bouvard's campaign material, and personal notes.

1 9

 Bradley - Brown 1966-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, Flournoy's candidacy for Governor, State Park development, condolences on the 1974 campaign, letters of recommendation, congratulations, invitations and regrets, political advice, condolences, the Youth Affairs department, oil drilling, the energy crisis, the California Water Project, food stamps, and personal notes.

1 10

 Broder, David 1972-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to and from David Broder of the New York Times arranged chronologically. Topics include: party responsibility, partisanship, the blanket primary, invitations, congratulations, and personal notes.

1 11

 Brown - Byers 1971-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: invitations and regrets, letters of recommendation, salaries in the University of California system, condolences on the 1974 campaign, thank you letters, the energy crisis, political advice, and personal notes.

1 12

 C - Cas 1967-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: congratulations, thank you letters, letters of recommendation, political advice, Proposition 1 about tax and expenditure limitations, condolences on the 1974 campaign, Assembly Bill 58 and Senate Bill 45, Thermal Exploration Co., tax reform, and personal notes.

1 13

 California Assembly Sacramento Based 1967-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to and from California Assembly members based out of Sacramento. Topics include: tax reform, thank you letters, congratulations, invitations and regrets, political advice, oil drilling, living expenses to members of the Assembly, special districts, condolences, the Campaign Receipts and Expenditures Bill, crude oil pricing, condolences on the 1974 campaign, and personal notes.

2 1

 California Senators Sacramento Based 1971-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to and from California Senators based out of Sacramento. Topics include: thank you letters, condolences on the 1974 campaign, invitations, political advice, the Panama canal, water shortages in California and the Delta Dilemma, congratulations, Senate Bill number 242, the Watergate inheritance, oil drilling, the closure of State hospitals, and personal notes.

2 2

 Cat - Cl 1966-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: letters of recommendation, the energy crisis, thank you letters, the pessimism of California Republicans, political advice, invitations and regrets, condolences on the 1974 campaign, congratulations, the Council for Opportunity in Graduate Management Education (COGME), and personal notes.

2 3

 Claremont Colleges 1970-1972 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged chronologically about the "campus crisis" which followed Nixon's Cambodia decision and an invitation to join a discussion about it, a list of the Boards of Trustees of Claremont Colleges, and an introduction to the Center for Educational Opportunity.

2 4

 Clarke, Athalie 1967-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged chronologically including thank you letters, personal notes, invitations, letters of recommendation, congratulations, and condolences.

2 5

 Cohen, Less 1967-1973 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to and from Les Cohen arranged chronologically. Letters include personal notes, the Queen Mary, Flournoy's 1969 campaign, tax reform, political advice, the Lands Commission, and a biography of Les Cohen.

2 7

 Co - Coop 1971-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: political advice, letters of recommendation, congratulations, thank you letters, Common Cause, the Political Reform act of 1974, invitations and regrets, condolences, No-Fault Automobile insurance, condolences on the 1974 campaign, the Los Angeles Public Affairs Officers Association, the Public Utilities Commission, the case of Serrano v. Priest about school finance, and personal notes.

2 6

 Condolences on Losing Governor's Race 1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence includes letters of condolence on the loss of the 1974 campaign for Governor of California against Brown. Sentiments included are compliments on a good campaign, disappointment in the voters, the political climate and the pardon of Richard Nixon, and best wishes for the future.

2 8

 Congrats on Primary Win from Various Legislatures and Officials 1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence from various legislatures and officials congratulating Flournoy for winning the Republican party nomination in the Primary race for CA Governor in 1974 and Flournoy's responses arranged chronologically.

2 9

 Cor - end C 1966-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: letters with attached articles and clippings, thank you letters, General Foods, condolences, letters of recommendation, congratulations, invitations and regrets, political advice, the Economic Round Table, telecopiers and their use by politicians, California Freeway problems, and personal notes.

2 10

 D - Deo 1970-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, invitations and regrets, letters of recommendation, congratulations, condolences on the 1974 campaign, Nixon's pardon, education funding, political advice, President Nixon's visit to China, political advice, and personal notes.

3 1

 Danforth Foundation 1972-1973 

Scope and Content

Correspondence about the conference "The Politician and the Professor" hosted by the Danforth Foundation, including travel plans, the workshop "The State Legislator and Higher Education," and conference literature.

3 2

 Davis, Angela 1969 

Scope and Content

Correspondence about the firing of Angela Davis, a member of the Communist party, and academic freedom.

3 3

 Day, Roy O. 1968-1971 

Scope and Content

Topics include: thank you letters, condolences, invitations and regrets, political advice, and personal notes.

3 4

 Dep - Dr 1966-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: congratulations, thank you letters, invitations and regrets, taxes, campaign financing, the Boy Scouts, condolences, letters of recommendation, political advice, and personal notes.

3 5

 Du - end D 1970-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: invitations and regrets, thank you letters, condolences on the 1974 campaign, political advice, letters of recommendation, and personal notes.

3 6

 E - Eld 1969-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: condolences on the 1974 campaign, thank you letters, the energy crisis, letters of recommendation, the Advisory Council of Graduate School Administration, Piedmont statistics in the 1974 campaign, condolences, and personal notes.

3 7

 Ell - end E 1966-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, letters of recommendation, congratulations, invitations and regrets, the Innovative Health Systems program, the Presidency of the University of California system, golf, and personal notes.

3 8

 Evans, Paul F. 1969-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence includes: Flournoy's travel schedule and appointment keeping, obtaining a portable recorder for speeches, the Pollution Control Challenge, condolences, congratulations, thank you letters, and personal notes.

3 9

 F - Fe 1966-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: education, thank you letters, political films, congratulations, political advice, the Unruh District Unification act, letters of recommendation, anti-smoking propaganda, invitations and regrets, pro-Nixon efforts, Benjamin Fernandez for Lt. Gov., and personal notes.

3 10

 Fi - Fo 1966-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, the Noise Task Force, condolences, solicitations of political support, condolences on the 1974 campaign, the re-election of Nixon in 1972, congratulations, political advice, invitations and regrets, the 100 Year Club, the Flournoy family tree, and personal notes.

3 11

 Finch, Robert E. 1969-1972 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to and from Robert H. Finch, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW), arranged chronologically. Topics include: HEW pamphlets, letters of recommendation, invitations and regrets, condolences, poverty, re-electing Nixon in 1972, and personal notes.

3 12

 Flournoy Personal Letters 1966 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to and from personal acquaintances. Topics include: congratulations on becoming State Controller in 1966, condolences, the Flournoy family tree, Flournoy's resignation from the Pomona College faculty, the Fulbright-Hays award, biographies of Houston Flournoy, letters of recommendation, and personal notes.

3 13

 Flournoy, William R. Mr. and Mrs. (Father and Mother) 1967-1968 

Scope and Content

Personal correspondence to and from Flournoy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William R. Flournoy.

4 1

 Fr - end F 1971-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: congratulations, thank you letters, condolences on the 1974 campaign, political advice, letters of recommendation, taxes, and personal notes.

4 2

 G 1969-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence from individuals whose last name starts with "G" arranged chronologically. Topics include: thank you letters, the Los Angeles County Fair, invitations and regrets, congratulations, the blanket primary, letters of recommendation, political advice, energy conservation, the 1974 campaign for California Governor, public funding of political campaigns with limitations on contributions, inheritance taxes, Reinecke's indictment for perjury over the Nixon scandal, condolences on the 1974 campaign, and personal notes.

4 3-4

 Government Officials (not California) 1970-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to and from government officials from outside California. Topics include: thank you letters, invitations, poverty, congratulations, a clean land doctrine, letters of recommendation, Pro-Nixon campaign, oil drilling, school financing, the Connecticut Product Development Corporation, the Atomic Energy Commission, immigration, and personal notes.

4 5

 The Group 1961-1962 

Scope and Content

Correspondence organized chronologically between the members of The Group, including: Houston Flournoy, William Bagley, Robert Monagan, Gordon Cologne, Chet Wolfrum, Howard Thelin, and Jack Veneman. Letters include: arrangement of meetings, forwarded correspondence, and the activities of the Republican party.

4 6

 H 1960-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence from individuals whose last name starts with "H" arranged chronologically. Topics include: congratulations, political business, letters of recommendation, thank you letters, invitations and regrets, the New Americans Creed, the American Vista Corporation, Faylor's Coffee shop, political advice, Nixonomics vs. McGovernomics, the Californian Republican League, the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee, tax reform, political advice, California School Accounting Manual, the first female on the Maine State Judicial bench, the political influence of Catholics, letters with attached articles and clippings, UCR/UCLA Biomedical program, condolences on the 1974 campaign, and personal notes.

4 7-9

 Hinman, George L. 1963-1964 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged chronologically. Topics include: comments by former California Gov. Goodwin J. Knight and Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller about mutual support in the Republican party for Rockefeller, the need for California to support Rockefeller in the 1964 Presidential campaign and Rockefeller's denial of candidacy, political advice for winning California support, and Mrs. Clare Boothe Luce's withdrawl of candidacy.

4 10

 Hotchkis, Preston B. 1969-1973 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to and from Preston B. Hotchkiss arranged chronologically. Topics include: congratulations, thank you letters, invitations and regrets.

4 11

 I 1971-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence from individuals whose last name starts with "I" arranged chronologically. Topics include: thank you letters, invitation and regrets, and the California Bankers Trust.

4 12

 J 1969-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence from individuals whose last names begin with "J" arranged chronologically. Topics include: personal notes, letters of recommendation, invitations and regrets, congratulations, condolences on the 1974 campaign for governor.

5 1

 Jaycees (California) 1972-1973 

Scope and Content

Correspondence about the judging of the Five Outstanding Young Men of 1972 and accompanying applications.

5 2

 K 1966-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence from individuals whose last names begin with "K" arranged chronologically. Topics include: Governmental control of beaches and tidelands, invitations and regrets, letters of recommendation, thank you letters, political advice, tax reform, condolences, congratulations, the blanket primary system, affirmative action, television campaign ads, and personal notes.

5 3

 Kutchel, Thomas H. -Senator 1961-1972 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged chronologically. Topics include: invitations and regrets, letters of recommendation, the California Supreme Court case Gilbert Seton v. Walter C. Peterson, issues of the Congressional Record, a request for an annotated constitution, article clippings on Kutchel backing out of the 1965 Governor race, Social Security amendments, the opposition to Proposition 14, the question of holding a federal and state position as well as holding a state and local position at the same time, the 25 Great Issues of the Republican Platform political advice, and condolences.

5 4-5

 L- Lev 1966-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: personal notes, invitations and regrets, thank you letters, oil drilling, Proposition 1 for parks, California liquor laws, condolences, an early speech by Edmund G. Brown, Jr., Democrat Nominee for Governor, and political advice.

5 6

 Li - end L 1968-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: personal notes, thank you letters, the Solicitation of offers for metallurgical grade chromite, Mayor John V. Lindsay switches political parties to the Democrats, congratulations, the Republican State Central Committee, letters of recommendation, the California tax rating, public television in higher education, invitations and regrets, and condolences.

5 7

 Link, Clara 1967-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged chronologically. Topics include: reasonable fair-housing laws, thank you notes, letters of recommendation, political advice, the doings of the GOP, Tax Reform, congratulations, Common Cause, Paul N. McCloskey's bid for Republican nomination, and personal notes.

6 1

 Luther, Joan 1971-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged chronologically. Topics include: personal notes, thank you letters, invitations, congratulations.

6 2

 M 1970-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, the gross personal income of Californians, political advice, congratulations, invitations and regrets, the assault case of C. Ann Martin, letters of recommendation, and personal notes.

6 3

 Mc 1966-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, condolences, invitations and regrets, congratulations, oil drilling, political advice, and personal notes.

6 4

 Me 1970-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, letters of recommendation, condolences, renaming the Sacramento Convention Center, the New Voter program, the Educational Cultural Complex in San Diego, Democrats for Flournoy, and personal notes.

6 5

 Mo 1966-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: invitations and regrets, thank you letters, condolences, Analytic Investment Management, the Annual Report of University of California Extension for 1969-1970, and personal notes.

6 6

 N 1969-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: political advice, the Hollywood film industry, the National Urban Park Committee, invitations and regrets, congratulations, Twin Goals for the Securities Industry: Profitability and Investor Confidence, personal notes, letters of recommendation, a Speech on President Nixon's Record (Foreign Policy Emphasis), and the American Revolution Bichentennial (1774-1974).

6 7

 Neilsen, V. G. "Chip" 1968-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to and from V.G. "Chip" Neilsen arranged chronologically. Topics include: condolences, political advice, letters of recommendation, congratulations, invitations, and personal notes.

6 8

 O 1970-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, personal notes, invitations and regrets, letters of recommendation, condolences, and political advice.

7 1

 O.E.O. (Office of Economic Opportunity) 1969 May 29 

Scope and Content

Correspondence regarding a proposed Health Law Center and the OEO office holding up funding.

7 2

 Other State Officials (California) 1968-1970 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged chronologically. Topics include: letters of recommendation, thank you notes, congratulations, condolences, the State of the Economy (CA), the Urban Affairs and Housing Committee "Informal Meeting on Mortgage Financing," Congressional Record of the Senate, school equalization, California's credit rating AAA-AAA, Title IV-A of the Social Securities Act regarding welfare and child care, and personal notes.

7 3

 Pa 1966-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: personal notes, thank you letters, political advice, inflation, Gas Tax Refund, invitations and regrets, condolences, and the Telephone system.

7 4

 Pacifica 1969 

Scope and Content

Arranged chronologically and then alphabetically, letters concerning the fiscal plight of Pacifica's schools and urging equalization of educational funding from parents and taxpayers to which Flournoy replies with his concern and promise to support any fiscally sound legislative proposal that will help. Also included, Jefferson Union High School District on the Crisis in School Finance and Some Recommendations.

7 5

 Paschall, Glenn 1971-1972 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged chronologically. Topics include: the Shape of California Tomorrow, the Intergovernmental Fiscal Coordination Act of 1971, State incentive grants and Local grants, travel expenses to Sacramento, the four-day week, and political advice.

7 6

 Pe - Ph 1967-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: rummored communism in Claremont Graduate School, letters of recommendation, political advice, invitations and regrets, congratulations, personal notes, and the issue of inflation.

7 7

 Pi - Por 1969-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, congratulations, invitations and regrets, the case of Dr. David Zappela, the Alcoholism Advisory Council, political advice, letters of recommendation and personal notes.

7 8

 Pomona College (see also: Vieg, John A.) 1966-1970 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged chronologically. Topics include: Flournoy's application for sabbatical leave, and a personal note about John A. Vieg's impending retirement and his relationship with Flournoy.

7 9

 Post - end P 1970-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, political advice, invitations and regrets, personal notes, congratulations, letters of recommendation, oil drilling, and correctional programs.

7 10

 Pro Nixon 1968 

Scope and Content

Topics include: a thank you letter signed by Richard Nixon, the process of application for positions within the new Administration, biographical information about Nixon, letters urging Flournoy to support Nixon as GOP candidate 1968 and Flournoy's replies that the Californian GOP will support Governor Reagan, and letters urging Flournoy to support Nixon at the Convention after the first round of voting.

8 1-2

 Pro Rockefeller 1968 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged chronologically. Topics include: campaign headquarters, invitations, and letters of support for Rockefeller as GOP Presidential candidate.

8 3

 Q 1967-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: congratulations, letters of recommendation, invitations, and personal notes.

8 4

 Queen Mary 1967-1973 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged chronologically about the Queen Mary arranged chronologically. Topics include: The R.M.S. Queen Mary on a Final Fabulous Cruise around South Africa and Cape Horn, air flight confirmations, Queen Mary Cruise Itineraries, Queen Mary Flournoy Schedule, and 1973 Queen Mary Passports sent by the California Museum of the Sea Foundation.

8 5

 R - Rey 1969-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: letters of recommendation, condolences, personal notes, congratulations, invitations and regrets, thank you letters, and recycling.

8 6

 Rand Corporation 1971-1972 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to and from the Rand Corporation arranged chronologically. Topics include: the Intergovernmental Science Planning Program, and the "Randsight" machine (a closed circuit TV system to aid the partially sighted).

8 7

 Reagan, Ronald -Governor 1967-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence concerning Governor Ronald Reagan arranged chronologically. Topics include: refutations of a supposed division in support between Flournoy and Reagan, the Governor's Advisory Commission on Ocean Resources, Governor Reagan and the California Budget, academic freedom, the State of the State Message January 6, 1970, the Committee to Re-Elect Governor Reagan, Tax Reform Program, the campaign to re-elect Nixon, the Suisun Marsh Preservation Act of 1974, the creation of the Department of Forestry, thank you letters, invitations, and declined invitations forwarded to Flournoy as alternate.

8 8

 Reed, Dona 1971-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged chronologically. Topics include: letters of recommendation, thank you letters, and congratulations.

8 9

 Reinecke, Ed (Lt. Governor) 1970-1973 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to and from Lieutenant Governor Ed Reinecke. Topics include: biographical information on Reinecke, the Energy Planning Council, the Environmental Policy Committee, the Southern California Center for Education in Public Affairs at San Diego State College,

8 10

 Regretted Invites 1968 

Scope and Content

Declined invitations and regrets to garden parties, barbeques, picnics, rallies, parades, and club meetings.

8 11

 Retirement of Flournoy 1966 

Scope and Content

Topics include: the Press Release for when Flournoy retires from his position as representative in the Assembly, the State Employees' Retirement System, the list of people who wrote regarding retirement of Flournoy, letters acknowledging Flournoy's retirement and his thank you letters in response.

8 12

 Ri - Robe 1969-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, invitations and regrets, a small water print by Mabel M. Richardson, condolences, letters of recommendation, personal notes, the right to strike for public employees (teachers), and letters to school children.

9 1

 Ripon Society 1971-1972 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to and from the Ripon Society arranged chronologically. Topics include: the Ripon Society files a complaint in U.S. District Court against the current formula for allocating delegates to the 1972 Republican National Convention, the Ripon Society Public Policy Prize information, an offer for Flournoy to judge, correspondence about the judging process, issues of the Ripon Forum (the newsletter of the Ripon Society), letter of recommendation and thank you letters.

9 2

 Robi - Rot 1969-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, personal notes, invitations and regrets, lowering the drinking age to 18, Nixon's resignation and pardon, and the economy.

9 3

 Rockefeller, Nelson 1970-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to and from Nelson Rockefeller arranged chronologically. Topics include: thank you letters, congratulations, and personal notes.

9 4

 Rostvold, Gerhard "Rusty" 1967-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to and from Gerhard "Rusty" Rostvold arranged chronologically. Topics include: the Assembly and Senate Committees on Revenue and Taxation, Tax Reform, Centers for Economic Education, the extension of the State-Local Shared Tax System, letters of recommendation, thank you letters and personal notes.

9 5

 Rov - end R 1967-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, invitations and regrets, congratulations, condolences on the 1974 campaign, and the San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant.

9 6

 S - Sch 1969-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, personal notes, condolences, congratulations, invitations and regrets, letters of recommendation, and an invitation to the West Coast Premiere of "Jesus Christ Superstar."

9 7

 Sci - Si 1969-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, invitations and regrets, political advice, campaign strategy for 1974, letters of recommendation, and a challenge to debate "the bastardization of the state" from Robert H. Simpson.

9 8

 Sheehan, John P. 1969-1973 

Scope and Content

Topics include: the issue of County Welfare Audits, and an invitation to the Sheehan's anniversary party.

9 9

 Simon, Norton 1970-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to, from, and about Norton Simon arranged chronologically. Topics include: invitations and regrets, thank you letters, the Nader report on tax avoidance, the railroads and amending the Securities Act of 1933, educational television, restructuring the telephone industry, the University of California system, political advice and calls for support, and personal notes.

9 10

 Sk - Sq 1968-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, letters of recommendation, congratulations, political advice, personal notes, and invitations and regrets.

10 1

 Smith, Alexander H. -Senator 1956-1957 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to and from Senator Alexander H. Smith. Topics include: the Highway Bill, Subcommittee Report on the United Nations Charter, amendment of the Fulbright Bill, The Archeological Institute of America, the Sugar Bill, the Farm Bill, Electoral College Reform, TVA, the Hoover Commission, Social Security, military matters, trade and customs, labor matters, and health matters.

10 2

 St - end S 1966-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: political advice, thank you letters, invitations and regrets, personal notes, and congratulations.

10 3

 Stanford University 1971-1973 

Scope and Content

Correspondence includes: Stanford Law School Board of Visitors 1971-1972, Flournoy accepts a position as a member of the board, invitations, letters of recommendation, and the Urban Management Program of the Graduate School of Business.

10 4

 Sullet, Kenneth 1973 

Scope and Content

Includes biographical information relating to Kenneth Sullet and a speech for Taxpayers Association 1971 February 22.

10 5

 T - Ti 1970-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, political advice, congratulations, invitations and regrets, condolences, the issue of Tax Reform, and personal notes.

10 6

 Tax Reform, Advisory Commission on. "Tax Reform Report" 1969 March 3 

Scope and Content

Advisory Commission on Tax Reform, Tax Reform Report, Submitted March 3, 1969 to Governor Ronald Reagan, State of California.

10 7

 Testimonials 1967-1969 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged chronologically congratulating and honoring Mayor Harry A. Faull, Ronald Robie, Senator Thomas H. Kuchel, Bob Sweet, Mayor John Lindsay, William T. Cahill, Governor Linwood Holton, and President of USC Jack Hubbard.

10 8

 To - end T 1969-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: personal notes, invitations and regrets, political strategy against Brown in the 1974 election, letters about the Sierra Madre Library, thank you letters, and condolences.

10 9

 U 1972-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: congratulations, thank you letters, and the issue of the San Francisco garbage strike.

11 1

 UC Riverside Advisory Council 1971 March 11 

Scope and Content

Correspondence concerning the UC Riverside Advisory Council to the Graduate School of Administration. Topics include: Flournoy's acceptance of membership, agenda for the November 9, 1971 meeting, and parking permit for Advisory Council members.

11 2

 U.S. Senate and Congress from California and Aides 1969-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged chronologically to and from members of the U.S. Senate and Congress from California. Topics include: thank you letters, invitations and Regrets, congratulations, personal notes, and the issues of poverty and taxes.

11 3

 V 1968-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: invitations and regrets, thank you letters, personal notes, congratulations, the issue of the primary elections, the issue of tax reform, and the issue of water conservation.

11 4

 Veneman, John 1969-1970 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to and from John G. Veneman, Under Secretary of the Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare. Topics include: letters of recommendation and the issue of Proposition 1-A.

11 5

 W - Was 1969-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, letters of recommendation, invitations and regrets, congratulations, condolences, political advice, personal notes, Issues: legalization of marijuana and prostitution, a conversation with Chief Justice Earl Warren, and unleaded gasoline.

11 6

 Wat - Wh 1969-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: congratulations on the Primary Election of 1974, condolences on the 1974 Campaign, letters of recommendation, thank you letters, invitations and regrets, political advice, personal notes, Issues: Oil Drilling.

11 7

 West, Kirk 1970-1974 

Scope and Content

Letters including: appointment as Executive Officer of the Interstate Cooperation Commission and issues include: pension plans, oil revenues, cost of living, disability, and survivor benefits, and sexual bias.

11 8

 Western Political Science Association 1970-1974 

Scope and Content

Flournoy extending invitations to Governor Reagan and former Speaker Jesse Unruh to speak at the Western Political Science Association Conference of 1970, Schedules for the Conferences of 1972 and 1974 included as well.

11 9

 White House Fellows 1968-1974 

Scope and Content

Recommendation of Mr. Thomas Lee Powell to the White House Fellowship Program and an information summary for White House Fellows.

11 10

 Wi. 1969-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, appointments, condolences for 1974 Campaign, political advice, invitations and regrets, personal notes, letters on the issues of: Federal Drilling, building in the Old Sacramento Historic Area, Tri-City Mental Health Authority, and the parole of Peter R. Leffe.

11 11

 Wingfield, Bill 1968 

Scope and Content

Correspondence to and from Bill Wingfield arranged chronologically. Including: Letters with accompanying articles from the San Gabriel Valley Tribune.

12 1

 W.K. - end W 1970-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, personal notes, office arrangements, condolences, invitations and regrets, congratulations, a gift of tomato seeds, and the issue of school smoking.

12 2

 Y 1969-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, invitations, congratulations, and appointments.

12 3

 Yale University 1970-1974 

Scope and Content

Yale Club of Southern California Directory 1970 and letters about Princeton and Yale cooperating to elect Flournoy as Governor.

12 4

 Z 1969-1974 

Scope and Content

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by individual's last name. Topics include: thank you letters, letters of recommendation, congratulations on appointments, and personal notes.

12 5

 1968 December 

12 6

 1969 January 

12 7

 1969 February 

12 8

 1969 March 

12 9

 1969 April 

12 10

 1969 May 

12 11

 1969 June 

12 12

 1969 July 

12 13

 1969 August 

12 14

 1969 September 

13 1

 1969 October 

13 2

 1969 November 

13 3

 1969 December 

13 4

 1970 January 

13 5

 1970 February 

13 6

 1970 March 

13 7

 1970 April 

13 8

 1970 May 

13 9

 1970 June 

13 10

 1970 July 

13 11

 1970 August 

13 12

 1970 September 

13 13

 1970 October 

14 1

 1970 November 

14 2

 1970 December 

14 3

 1971 Accepted Invitations in San Francisco 

14 4-7

 1971 Regretted Invitations in San Francisco 

14 8

 1971 Regretted Invitations - Outside San Francisco 

15 1-2

 1972 January 

15 3

 1972 Feburary 

15 4

 1972 March 

15 5

 1972 April 

15 6

 1972 May 

15 7

 1972 June 

15 8

 1972 July 

16 1

 1972 August 

16 2

 1972 September 

16 3

 1972 October 

16 4

 1972 November 

16 5

 1972 December 

16 6

 1973 January 

16 7

 1973 February 

16 8

 1973 March 

17 1

 1973 April 

17 2

 1973 May 1-11 

17 3

 1973 May 11-30 

17 4

 1973 June 

17 5

 1973 July 

17 6

 1973 August 

17 7

 1973 September 

17 8

 1973 October 

18 1

 1973 November 

18 2

 1973 December 

18 3

 1974 January 

18 4

 1974 February 

18 5

 1974 March 

18 6

 1974 April 

18 7

 1974 May 

19 1

 1974 June 

19 2

 1974 July 

19 3

 1974 August 

19 4

 1974 September 

19 5

 1974 October 

19 6

 1974 November 

19 7

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Series 2:  Subject Files-Flournoy 

Scope and Content

This series includes items that pertain specifically to Flournoy's career from the late 1950s until he ran for Governor in 1974. Included are campaign materials such as budgets and expenses, speeches he made in conjunction with his campaigning efforts, bills he supported and proposed, itineraries of his daily schedule and whereabouts, newspaper clippings that mention him, biographical information about Flournoy, press releases, and publications.

 Bills 1961-1966 

Box
20
Folder
1-7
Box Folder

 Flournoy Assembly Bills 1961 

20 1

 Flournoy Bills 1961 

20 2

 Flournoy Bills, Special Session 1963 July 

20 3

 Regular Session Bills (Assembly) 1963 

20 4

 Miscellaneous Flournoy Bills 1963-1966 

20 5

 Regular Session Bills (Assembly) 1965 

20 6

 Bills Proposed by Flournoy 1965 

20 7

 Campaign 1960-1974 

Box
20-23
Box Folder

 Flournoy Campaign Material 1960 

20 8

 Flournoy Campaign Finances 1960 

20 9

 Flournoy Primary Campaign 1960-1961 

20 10

 Flournoy Campaign Finances 1960-1962 

20 11

 Flournoy Legislative Campaign 1962 

20 12

 Flournoy Campaign Material 1964-1966 

21 1

 Flournoy Campaign Finances 1964 

21 2

 Flournoy Campaign 1966 

21 3

 Flournoy Campaign 1970 

21 4

 Flournoy Campaign Expenditure 1970 

21 5

 Flournoy Campaign 1972 

21 6

 Campaign Data 1973 

21 7

 Flournoy Government Campaign 1974 

21 8

 Flournoy's Campaign Finances 1974 

21 9

 Flournoy's Campaign Finance 1974 

21 10

 Flournoy's Campaign Finances 1974 December 13 

22 1

 Flournoy Campaign Finance 1974 December 13 

22 2

 Flournoy Campaign Finances 1974 

22 3

 Flournoy Campaign Finance 1974 

22 4

 Flournoy Campaign Material 1974 

22 5

 Flournoy Campaign Material 1974 

22 6

 Flournoy Campaign 1974 

23 1

 Flournoy Campaign 1974 

23 2

 Flournoy Strategy re: Spanish Speakers undated 

23 3

 Index to Files - Flournoy Campaign 1974 

23 4

 Clippings 

Box
23
Folder
5-9
Box Folder

 Flournoy Clippings 1958-1961 

23 5

 Flournoy Clippings 1962-1963 

23 6

 Flournoy Political Clippings 1960-1966 

23 7

 Flournoy Articles and Clippings 1972-1973 

23 8

 Flournoy Articles and Clippings 1974 

23 9

 Flournoy Certificates 1968-1970 

Box
23
Folder
10

 Flournoy/Brown Debate 1974 

Box
23
Folder
11

 Flournoy Diary 1973 

Box
23
Folder
12

 Flournoy Information 1967 

Box
23
Folder
13

 Itineraries 

Box
24-25
Box Folder

 Flournoy Itineraries 1968 

24 1

 Flournoy Itineraries 1969 

24 2

 Flournoy Itineraries 1971 

24 3

 Flournoy Itineraries 1972 

24 4

 Bohemian Grove / Santa Rosa Itinerary 1972-1974 

24 5

 Flournoy Itineraries 1973 January - March  

23 6

 Flournoy Itineraries 1973 April - August  

24 7

 Flournoy Itineraries 1973 August - October  

24 8

 Flournoy Itineraries 1973 October  

24 9

 Flournoy Itineraries 1973 October - December 

25 1

 Flournoy Invitations 1971 

Box
25
Folder
2

 Photographs undated 

Scope and Content

Images from Flournoy's career and personal life.

Box
25
Folder
3-4

 Press 

Box
25-27
Box Folder

 Flournoy Media Relations 1966-1972 

25 5

 News Releases 1966 

25 6

 Press Releases: Burson Marstellar PR Firm 1969 - 1970 

25 7

 Press Releases + Speeches 1969-1972 

25 8

 Flournoy Press Releases 1972 

26 1

 Flournoy Campaign Press Releases 1973 

26 2

 Flournoy Press Releases 1973 

26 3

 Press Releases 1973 

26 4

 Flournoy for Governor Press Releases 1973-1974 

26 5

 Flournoy for Governor Press Releases 1974 

26 6

 Flournoy for Governor Press Releases 1973-1974 

26 7

 News Releases 1974 

27 1

 Flournoy Press Releases 1974 January-June 

27 2

 Flournoy Press Releases 1974 July-November 

27 3

 Publications 

Box
27-28
Box Folder

 On the Issues with Houston Flournoy 1971 

27 4

 "Flournoy for Governor" Issues Book 1973 

27 5

 Flournoy on the Issues 1974 

27 6

 Flournoy on the Issues 1974 

27 7

 Newspaper Endorsements 1974 

27 8

 Under Control 1969-1970 

28 1

 Flournoy Schedule Books 1966-1974 

Box
28
Folder
2

 Flournoy Schedule Books- Daily Calendar 1972 

Box
28
Folder
3

 Flournoy Schedule Books- Daily Calendar 1973 

Box
28
Folder
4

 Speeches 

Box
28-31
Box Folder

 Speeches and Speech Notes 1960-1961 

28 5

 National Purpose Forum 1960 September 22 

28 6

 Flournoy Speeches 1962-1963 

28 7

 Flournoy Campaign Speeches 1966 

28 8

 Flournoy Speeches about Assembly Bill 2 1967-1988 

28 9

 Assembly Bill 2 - Flournoy Speeches 1967-1968 

28 10

 Flournoy Speech Materials 1964 

28 11

 Flournoy Speeches 1967-1968 

28 12-13

 Flournoy Speeches 1969-1971 

29 1-3

 Flournoy Speeches 1970-1971 

29 4-6

 Flournoy Speeches 1971 

30 1

 Flournoy Speeches, Articles and Publications 1972 

30 2-3

 Flournoy Speeches 1972-1974 

30 4-5

 Flournoy Dinner 1974 February  

30 6

 Speech Material 1973 

30 7

 Flournoy Speeches 1973 

30 8-9

 Flournoy Speeches 1974 

31 1-7

 Speech Thank Yous 1971 

Box
31
Folder
8

 Speech Thank Yous 1971 

Box
32
Folder
1-2

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Series 3:  Subject Files-Other 

Scope and Content

This series includes everything related to politics during Flournoy's administration but which does not specifically relate to Flournoy. The series contains bills, tax reforms, and propositions proposed by congress, bond measures, California State budgets, newspaper clippings, other Republicans' campaigns such as, Goldwater, Nixon, Rockefeller, and Reagan, as well as other items relating to the Republican Party.

 Assembly Bill 325: Conflicts of Interest 1969 

Box
32
Folder
3

 Blanket Primary 1971 

Box
32
Folder
4-5

 Bonds 1963-1969 

Box
32
Folder
6-8
Box Folder

 Industrial Development Bonds 1963-1968 

32 6

 Industrial Revenue Bonds 1968 

32 7

 Bond Anticipation 1969 

32 8

 California Key Issues 1966 

Box
32
Folder
9-10

 California Radio and Television Stations 1965 

Box
32
Folder
11

 California State Miscellaneous Budget 1966 

Box
33
Folder
1

 California State Miscellaneous Fiscal Year 1967 

Box
33
Folder
2

 California State General Fund Surplus 1968-1969 

Box
33
Folder
3

 California State Budget 1971 

Box
33
Folder
4

 Cameron, Ronald Brooks 1970 

Box
33
Folder
5

 Civil Rights and Civil Wrongs Publication 1964 

Box
33
Folder
6

 Clippings 1963-1969 

Box
33
Folder
7-9
Box Folder

 African American Studies 1969 

33 7

 GOP News 1963 

33 8

 San Jose News 1963-1965 

33 9

 Constituent Cases 1966 

Box
33
Folder
10-11

 Constitution Revision Commission 1969 

Box
33
Folder
12

 David-Grunsky Program 1963 

Box
33
Folder
13

 District Office Records 1960-1965 

Box
34
Folder
1-7

 Education circa 1960s 

Box
34
Folder
8-11
Box Folder

 California State Board of Education 1969 

34 8

 Education circa 1960s 

34 9

 California School Finances 1969 

34 10-11

 Election Results (California) 1972 

Box
34
Folder
12

 Electoral College 1968-1969 

Box
34
Folder
13

 Fair Housing Materials- Rumford Act (1240) (3 folders) 1962-1964 

Box
35
Folder
1-3

 Fair Housing Materials 1963-1966 

Box
35
Folder
4

 Goldwater Campaign 1964 

Box
35
Folder
5

 Gun Registration Pros and Cons 1969 

Box
35
Folder
6

 "I Love You, California" Song 1967 

Box
35
Folder
7

 Keathley, Elizabeth 1974 July 17 

Box
35
Folder
8

 Lieberg, Prescott Campaign 1958 

Box
35
Folder
9

 McGovern, George 1972 

Box
35
Folder
10

 New Voter, The 1972-1973 

Box
36
Folder
1

 Nixon, Richard 1961-1972 

Box
36
Folder
2-5
Box Folder

 Nixon File 1961-1963 

36 2-3

 Educators for Nixon 1968 

36 4

 Committee to Re-elect Nixon 1972 

36 5

 Oil Issue in California 1973-1974 

Box
36
Folder
6

 Peninsula Moderates 1962 

Box
36
Folder
7

 Proposition 1 1973 

Box
36
Folder
8

 Proposition 7 1970 

Box
36
Folder
9

 Proposition 9 1972 

Box
36
Folder
10

 Reagan, Ronald 1969-1970 

Box
36
Folder
11-12
Box Folder

 Committee to Re-elect Governor Reagan 1970 

36 11

 Receipt for Reagan Pictures 1969 March 13 

36 12

 Republican Party 1960-1972 

Box
36
Box Folder

 Future of the Republican Party cica 1960s 

36 13

 Republican Party Leadership in California 1962 

36 14

 Young Republicans Extremism 1964 

36 15

 Republican Party National Convention 1964-1972 

36-37 16-17, 1

 Republican Campaign Materials 1965-1966 

37 2

 California Republican League 1965 

37 3

 Republican Party 1970-1972 

37 4

 Ripon Society 1964 

Box
37
Folder
5

 Rockefeller, Nelson Campaign 1964 

Box
37
Folder
6-7

 Rockefeller, Nelson Response to Endorsement 1964 

Box
37
Folder
8

 Rousselot, John H. 1960-1963 

Box
37
Folder
9

 Statement to Vote 1962 

Box
37
Folder
10

 Taxes 1959-1970 

Box
37-38
Box Folder

 Inheritance Tax 1959-1966 

37 11

 Inheritance Tax Appraisers Bill 599 1969 

38 1

 Inheritance Tax Appraisal System (Pro and Con) 1969-1970 

38 2

 Tax Reform 1968-1969 

38 3

 Tax Reform Act H.R. 13270 1969 August 8 

38 4

 Federal Tax Reform Bill 1969 

38 5

 Unitary Concept 1969 

Box
38
Folder
6

 Unruh, Jesse M. 1963 

Box
38
Folder
7

 Unruh- Higher Education Speeches 1967-1969 

Box
38
Folder
8

 Washington D.C. Contacts 1960 

Box
38
Folder
9

 Whetmore, James E. Campaign 1962-1964 

Box
38
Folder
10

 Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars 1974 

Box
38
Folder
11

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