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Guide to the Harold E. Hughes Gubernatorial Papers

Collection Overview

Date Span: 1962-1975
Creator: Hughes, Harold E. (1922-1996)
Extent: 200.00 linear feet.
Collection Number: MSC0385
Repository: University of Iowa Special Collections
Summary: Governor and U.S. Senator from Iowa. Gubernatorial and senatorial office files relating to his political career.

Alternate Extent Statement: Photographs in Box 38, Oversized Boxes S238 and S250; Campaign posters in Oversized Box S250; Film/Video in Boxes 46, S249 and Oversized Box 250; Audiocasette tapes in Boxes 16, 39-46, and S239-S248.

Access: This collection is open for research.

Use: Copyright restrictions may apply; please consult Special Collections staff for further information.

Acquisition: This collection was donated to the University of Iowa Libraries in 1975 by Governor Hughes.

Preferred Citation: Harold E. Hughes Papers, The University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa.

Repository: University of Iowa Special Collections
Address: Special Collections Department
University of Iowa Libraries
Iowa City, IA 52242
Phone: 319-335-5921
Curator: Greg Prickman
Email: lib-spec@uiowa.edu
Website: http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/sc

Harold Everett Hughes was born near Ida Grove, Iowa on February 10, 1922. Struggling against rural poverty, he attended public schools and was awarded a football scholarship to the University of Iowa. He quit school after his freshman year and was married. In 1942, Hughes enlisted in the army and saw combat in North Africa, Sicily, and Italy. He was sent home after contracting both jaundice and malaria, serving out the remainder of his enlistment stateside.

Hughes took a job driving trucks after the war. It was through trucking that he first became involved in politics. He founded the Iowa Better Trucking Bureau to represent small truckers. In 1958, after switching political parties from Republican to Democrat, Hughes ran for a seat on the Iowa State Commerce Commission. He was elected and served from 1959 to 1962. In 1963, Hughes was elected governor of Iowa, defeating the incumbent Republican , Governor Erbe. He went on the serve for three terms. Elected to the US Senate (1968 -- 1975), he briefly sought the Democratic presidential nomination in 1971, and chose not to seek re-election to the Senate in 1974.

Harold Everett Hughes was very much a man shaped by his past. The poverty he experienced during his youth, his battle with alcoholism, his blue-collar background, and his strong religious faith all worked to mold the man and his politics. He opposed the death penalty and the Vietnam War, worked tirelessly for alcohol and drug abuse legislation, was involved in conservation issues, and was regarded as a liberal Democrat and a charismatic candidate.

Harold Hughes died October 23, 1996 in Glendale, Arizona.

The papers of Harold E. Hughes consist of 200 linear feet of manuscripts dating from 1962 to 1975. Primarily office files, these papers are divide into two series: 1) Gubernatorial Papers and 2) Senatorial Papers. Each series is then divided into ten or eleven sections. The senatorial papers are listed on a separate record. The gubernatorial papers are arranged in the following order: 1)Alphabetical subject files; 2) Governor's advisory committee; 3) Appointments; 4) General assembly 60 -- 62; 5) Clemency and penal; 6) Press releases, radio broadcasts fact sheets, etc.; 7) Speeches; 8) Newspaper clippings; 9) Campaign and miscellaneous; 10) Photographs; 11) Tapes; and Oversized materials. The index for both the combined gubernatorial and senatorial papers are combined at the end of each respective record.

The major topics include: agriculture, alcoholism, banks, commerce, courts, crime, Democratic Party, drug abuse, education, manpower, draft, Richard Nixon, practical politics, postal service, poverty, public welfare, public works, roads, soil conservation, taxation, transportation, United Nations, veterans, Vietnamese conflict, and water pollution. The Iowa cities of Cedar Rapids, Davenport, Des Moines, and Waterloo are well represented. There is correspondence from: Hubert H. Humphrey, Edward M. Kennedy, and Walter F. Mondale.

Browse by Series:
Series 1: ALPHABETICAL SUBJECT FILES
Series 2: GOVERNOR'S ADVISORY COMMITTEES
Series 3: APPOINTMENTS
Series 4: GENERAL ASSEMBLY 60-62
Series 5: CLEMENCY AND PENAL
Series 6: MEDIA
Series 7: SPEECHES
Series 8: NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS
Series 9: CAMPAIGN MATERIALS AND MISCELLANEOUS
Series 10: PHOTOGRAPHS
Series 11: TAPES: AUDIO, VIDEO, AND FILM
Series 12: SUBJECT INDEX

  • Series 1: ALPHABETICAL SUBJECT FILES
  • Box 1:
  • Adjutant General, November 7 - 1962
  • Administrative Accomplishments, May - 1964
  • Aeronautics Commission, September - 1967
  • Aging Commission, July-October - 1968
  • Agriculture Department: U.S. (2 folders) - 1964-1968
  • Agriculture: Iowa - 1963-1969
  • Agricultural Product Utilization Program - 1962-1964
  • Air Pollution - 1968
  • Airplane: Hughes - 1966-1968
  • Alabama Race Riots - 1965
  • Alcoholism: Iowa Comprehensive Alcoholism Project (ICAP) (5 folders) - 1967-1968
  • ICAP - 1968
  • ICAP, Legal problems (2 folders) - 1966-1967
  • ICAP - 1967
  • ICAP - 1966-1971
  • Alcoholism: State wide program, including letters from Neal Smith (3 folders) - 1965-1967
  • Alcoholism: Studies - 1959
  • Box 2:
  • Amish, including a letter from John C. Culver in 4th folder (4 folders)
  • Amish (2 folders) - 1966-1967
  • Amish - 1967-1968
  • Amish: background information - 1965-1966
  • Amish: cases - 1962-1963
  • Amish: cases - 1963-1964
  • Amish: cases, school information - 1961-1967
  • Appointments - 1966-1967
  • Area re: Development - 1967
  • Arts Council - 1966-1967
  • Atomic Energy Commission, including letters from H.R. Gross, John C. Culver, Jack Miller, John R. Schmidhauser - 1966-1967
  • Attorney General - 1967-1968
  • Auditor - 1967-1968
  • Audits - 1964-1969
  • Beef Imports - 1963-1964
  • Belmond, Iowa: Tornado - 1966-1967
  • Big Sioux, including letters from Jack Miller and Neal Smith - 1961-1968
  • Blind Commission - 1964-1968
  • Board of Control (2 folders) - 1963-1968
  • Box 3:
  • Bridge Problems, including letters from Jack Miller, H.R. Gross, William J. Scherle, Fred Schwengel, Bourke B. Hickenlooper, and John C. Culver - 1964-1967
  • Building Code Study Committee - 1966-1968
  • Buildings and Grounds - 1966-1968
  • Businessmen's Luncheons, Burlington. September 2 - 1964
  • Businessmen's Luncheons, Cedar Rapids. July 29 - 1964
  • Businessmen's Luncheons, Davenport. August 19 - 1964
  • Businessmen's Luncheons, Des Moines. June 18 - 1964
  • Businessmen's Luncheons, Sioux City. August 13 - 1964
  • Businessmen's Luncheons, Waterloo. August 3 - 1964
  • Cabinet Meetings - 1964-1968
  • Campaign Files, including speeches, background materials, state platform, and candidates of the Iowa Democratic Party; photo - 1963
  • Campaign Files - 1964
  • Campaign Files: Chester Litho Inc. - 1964
  • Campaign Files: Debates - 1964
  • Campaign Files: Kieffer Associates Advertising - 1964
  • Campaign Files: Political Advertisements, State and National - 1964
  • Campaign Files: Rex Weitzell - 1964
  • Campaign Files: Schedule - 1964
  • Campaign Files - 1966
  • Campaign Files: Clippings File - 1966
  • Campaign Files: Clippings - 1966
  • Campaign Files: Releases - 1966
  • Campaign Files: Mail Re-Convention (2 folders) - 1968
  • Capitol Planning Commission - 1964-1965
  • Car Dispatcher - 1964-1965
  • Civil Defense - 1966-1967
  • Civil Disobedience - 1967
  • Civil Disturbance - 1967-1968
  • Civil Rights - 1966-1968
  • Civil Rights Commission - 1966-1967
  • Coal Mining - 1966
  • Commerce, Secretary of Federal
  • Communications System Committee Report, No. 1 - 1966-1967
  • Box 4:
  • Communications System Committee Report, No. 2 - 1966-1967
  • Community and Junior Colleges - 1967-1968
  • Community and Junior Colleges, Charles City College - 1968
  • Community Development District Act - 1966
  • Community Improvement Incorporated - 1967-1968
  • Community Improvement Inc.: Cedar Rapids - 1967
  • Community Improvement, Inc.: Davenport - 1967
  • Community Improvement, Inc.: Des Moines - 1967
  • Comptroller (2 folders) - 1966-1968
  • Conflict of Interest - 1966
  • Congratulatory Letters, mainly from Hughes - 1963-1965
  • Congratulatory Letters, mainly VIP, including a letter from Herschel C. Loveless - 1964-1966
  • Congratulatory Telegrams - 1962
  • Conservation Commission: State - 1966
  • Conservation Commission: State (3 folders) - 1963-1968
  • Conservation Commission: State Planning Work - 1967-1968
  • Conservation: Federal - 1963-1967
  • Correspondence: miscellaneous - 1962-1968
  • Courts (2 folders) - 1965-1966
  • Crime Alert - 1968
  • Crime Commission: Iowa (Law Enforcement Assistance) - 1966-1967
  • Crime Commission: Iowa (LEA Program) - 1967
  • Crime Commission: Iowa - 1967
  • Box 5:
  • Crime Commission: Iowa (LEA) - 1967-1968
  • Criminal Code Revision - 1965-1967
  • Crisis Meetings (3 folders) - 1968
  • Crisis Meetings: Composite Transcript - 1968
  • Crisis Meetings: Estes Group - 1968
  • Crisis Meetings: Letters on - 1968
  • Crisis Meetings: News clippings - 1968
  • Crisis Meetings: YMCA with mayors of 16 largest cities in Iowa. May 15 - 1968
  • Crisis Meetings - 1968
  • Crisis Meetings: Follow-up - 1968
  • Midwest Democratic Conference - 1964-1965
  • Democratic Information, State - 1963
  • Dennler's Report - 1965
  • Development Commission: Iowa (3 folders) - 1964-1967
  • Development Commission: Iowa - 1964-1967
  • Development Commission: Iowa (2 folders) - 1965-1968
  • Development Commission: Reports, Iowa - 1967
  • Development Commission: Letters on New York trip - 1964
  • Doanne Report - 1965?
  • Editorials - 1967
  • Emergency Planning: O.E.P. (Office of Emergency Planning), including a letter from Edward A. McDermott - 1964-1967
  • Endorsing Primary Candidates - 1965
  • Employment of Handicapped - 1965-1967
  • Executive Council (2 folders) - 1962-1968
  • Executive Council: Subcommittee - 1965-1937
  • Box 6:
  • Executive Council, including a letter from Lex Hawkins in second folder (2 folders) - 1965-1968
  • Executive Council: Memos - 1967
  • Executive Orders - 1963-1970
  • Farmland Industries, i.e. Labor disputes - 1963-1970
  • Federal Power Commission - 1964-1965
  • Federal Programs - 1965
  • Federal-State Relations, Washington Trip. October 4-7 - 1967
  • Federal-State Relations, Washington Trip, including letters from B.B. Hickenlooper, John Kyl, Jack Miller, and H.R. Gross - 1967
  • Federal-State Relations, Washington Trip: Reports on - 1967
  • Firearms Legislation - 1968
  • Floods - 1965
  • Food for Peace - 1964
  • Foreign Visitors - 1966
  • Geological Survey - 1965
  • Government Reorganization (3 folders) - 1965-1967
  • Governors' Conference - 1963
  • Governors' Conference - 1965-1968
  • Governors' Conference - 1966-1967
  • Governors' Conference - 1967
  • Governors' Conference: Cleveland, Ohio - 1964
  • Governors' Conference: Los Angeles, California - 1966
  • Governors' Conference: Midwest - 1966-1967
  • Governors' Conference: Midwest, Chicago, Illinois - 1962
  • Governors' Conference: Midwest, Mackinac Island, Michigan, including photo - 1965
  • Governors' Conference: Midwest, Minneapolis - 1964
  • Governors' Conference: Midwest, Omaha, Nebraska - 1963
  • Governors' Conference: Minneapolis, July 25-29 - 1965
  • Box 7:
  • Governors' Conference: Minneapolis, Minnesota (cont.) - 1965
  • Governors' Conference: (National) Cincinnati, Ohio - 1965
  • Governors' Conference: Tokyo, Japan - 1965
  • Governors' Conference: Virgin Islands. October - 1967
  • Governors' Conference: White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia - 1966
  • Governors' Prayer Breakfast - 1966-1968
  • Greetings - 1967-1968
  • Grimes Building, including a letter from Charles E. Grassley - 1967-1968
  • Guns and Conservation - 1968-1969
  • Harlan, Iowa: Strike - 1966
  • Hawkeye Naturama - 1965-1967
  • Health Department - 1965-1968
  • Health, Education and Welfare - 1964-1967
  • Health, Education and Welfare - 1965-1967
  • Health Planning Council - 1967-1968
  • Hiawatha Pioneer Trail - 1963-1965
  • Higher Education - 1967-1968
  • Higher Education: Facilities Commission - 1963-1967
  • Higher Education: Study - 1968
  • Highway Commission, including letters from Bourke B. Hickenlooper and Fred Schwengel - 1967-1968
  • Highway Safety Act (2 folders) - 1966-1967
  • Historical Building - 1963
  • Hoover (Herbert) Library, including letters from Fred Schwengel - 1967
  • Housing and Urban Development - 1967
  • Hughes-Hultman Debates - 1964
  • Hughes: Recipes - 1963-1966
  • Humorous Letters, including letters from Robert D. Ray - 1964-1968
  • Inaugural: Hughes, Harold, including a letter from Jack Miller - 1963-1965
  • Industrial Development Bonds, including letters from John Kyl, Fred Schwengel, Jack Miller, John C. Culver, H.R. Gross, and William J. Scherle - 1968
  • Box 8:
  • Interim Appointments: Barry J. Crawford - 1963-1964
  • Interior Department - 1968
  • Iowa Natural Resources Council, including letters from Fred Schwengel, Charles B. Hoeven, H.R. Gross, Bourke B. Hickenlooper, Jack Miller, Neal Smith, and Nicholas Johnson (2 folders)
  • Iowa Natural Resources Council: Davis Creek Project (near Exira) - 1966
  • Iowa Natural Resources Council: Duck Creek (Iowa) - 1966
  • Iowa Natural Resources Council: East Fork, One Hundred and Two River at Bedford, Iowa - 1965
  • Iowa Natural Resources Council: Flood Control on the Mississippi River from Cassville, Wisconsin to Mile 300; including a letter from John C. Culver - 1968
  • Iowa Natural Resources Council: Grand River Basin - 1964-1965
  • Iowa Natural Resources Council: Maple River and Odebolt Creek - 1967
  • Iowa Natural Resources Council: Mercer Reservoir - 1965-1966
  • Iowa Natural Resources Council: Mississippi River Report "Fort Madison Channel Report - 1966
  • Iowa Natural Resources Council: Nishnabotha River, near Exira - 1966
  • Iowa Natural Resources Council: Snyder Bend, Missouri River - 1966
  • Iowa Natural Resources Council: West Bench Unit, Three Forks Division, Montana, Missouri River Basin Project - 1966
  • Iowa Natural Resources Council: Wyaconda River, Missouri and Iowa - 1965
  • Iowa-Nebraska Boundary - 1963-1965
  • Iowa State University - 1965-1968
  • Japan: Governors' Trip - 1965
  • Japanese Bell - 1966
  • Japanese Governors - 1965-1966
  • Japanese Governors Visit - 1967
  • Japanese Governors Visit: Executive Committee Meeting--U.S. Governors - 1967
  • Labor Commissioner - 1966-1968
  • Land and Water Conservation Act - 1963-1966
  • Law Enforcement Academy - 1967-1968
  • Legislative Research - 1968
  • Lewis and Clark Trail Commission, including a letter from John Kyl - 1965-1968
  • Box 9:
  • Lieutenant Governor - 1966-1967
  • Liquor Control Commission - 1963-1964, 1967
  • Look Magazine Story--Hughes - 1964-1965
  • Mail Opening, November - 1962
  • Manpower Advisory Committee - 1963
  • Manpower Development - 1965
  • Manpower Development (3 folders) - 1966
  • Manpower Development (3 folders) - 1967
  • Manpower Development - 1968
  • Manpower Development, Commission #2: Job Corps Placement Committee - 1967
  • Manpower Development, Council #2 (3 folders) - 1968
  • Manpower Development, Dropout Program - 1967
  • Box 10:
  • Manpower Development, Iowa: Yucatan Summer Youth Exchange Program - 1967
  • Manpower Development: Progress Reports - 1965
  • Maximum Security Hospital - 1963-1966
  • Medical Assistance for Aged. November - 1965
  • Memos - 1963-1968
  • Memos - 1968
  • Mentally Disordered Offender - 1964-1966
  • Merit Employment Commission and Funds - 1968
  • Merit Employment Department (2 folders) - 1967-1968
  • Merit Employment Department (Iowa) - 1967
  • Merit System - 1965
  • Merit System - 1968
  • Merit System: Council - 1968
  • Mine Inspector - 1965
  • Mississippi River Parkway - 1956-1966
  • Missouri Basin Inter-Agency Committee - 1968
  • Missouri River Basin Committee (Proposed) - 1966-1968
  • Missouri River States Committee - 1963-1966
  • NFO Hog Slaughter - 1968
  • New York World's Fair - 1963-1965
  • Nurses and hospitals - 1966-1967
  • Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO), including a letter from John R. Hansen in 4th folder (4 folders) - 1967-1968
  • Box 11:
  • Office of Planning and Programming: Funds - 1967-1968
  • Office Remodeling - 1966-1968
  • On the Job Training (O.J.T.): Special Audit (2 folders) - 1966-1968
  • On the Job Training (O.J.T.): Special Audit (3 folders) - 1967-1968
  • Open Space - 1966-1967
  • Progressive Action for the Retarded (PAR) - 1968
  • Parole Board - 1963-1965
  • Partners of the Alliance (2 folders) - 1964-1968
  • Partners of the Alliance: Iowa Yucatan Exchange Program - 1967
  • Personal: Hughes, including letters from Edward M. Kennedy, John C. Culver, Robert F. Kennedy, Donald J. Mitchell, Ray Murphy, Sr., Richard J. Daley, Hubert H. Humphrey (2 folders) - 1959-1968
  • Personal: Hughes, including a letter from George C. Wallace - 1967-1968
  • Personnel--Governor - 1963-1969
  • Pharmacy: Illegal Drug Use - 1968
  • Planning and Programming Office: Advisory Committee of the Department of Social Services - 1967
  • Planning and Programming Office: Department of Social Services Director - 1967
  • Planning and Programming Office: Director of Revenue - 1967
  • Planning and Programming Office: Social Services and Revenue Department Expense Claims - 1967-1968
  • Preserves Advisory Board - 1968
  • Box 12:
  • Presidential and Vice Presidential Correspondence, including a letter from Hubert H. Humphrey - 1964-1968
  • Presidential Pig - 1964
  • President's Commission on Equal Housing - 1965
  • President's Council on Food and Fiber - 1965-1966
  • Printing Board - 1964-1967
  • Proclamations - 1962-1966
  • Progress Reports: Executive Council Members - 1965-1967
  • Public Instruction - 1964-1967
  • Public Instruction - 1966-1968
  • Public Land Law Review Commission - 1966-1967
  • Public Safety - 1964-1968
  • Public Safety re: Merlin J. Hogan
  • Rathbun Dam - 1965
  • Reapportionment - 1963-1964
  • Red Rock Dam - 1958-1960
  • Board of Regents - 1963-1965
  • Board of Regents - 1967-1968
  • Revenue Department (2 folders) - 1965-1968
  • Revenue Department - 1967-1968
  • R.E.A. (Rural Electric Association) - 1966
  • School Aid - 1968
  • Secretary of Commerce - 1963-1964
  • Sell Iowa Trip, Chicago, Illinois - 1963-1967
  • Sell--See Iowa--Texas - 1968
  • Servicemen's Greetings - 1967
  • Box 13:
  • Shaff Plan, including a letter from Frank T. Nye (4 folders) - 1963
  • Shaff Plan: Materials - 1963
  • Shaff Plan: Reapportionment - 1963
  • Shaff Plan: Releases - 1963
  • Social Services (2 folders) - 1964-1968
  • Social Services - 1968
  • Space: Valley Bank Building, including a letter from Jack Miller - 1965-1967
  • State College of Iowa - 1966-1967
  • State Department, U.S., including a letter from Dean Rusk - 1967-1968
  • State Fair - 1967-1968
  • State Planning (2 folders) - 1966-1967
  • State Planning (2 folders) - 1967
  • State Planning, including letters from Charles E. Grassley, Vince Steffen, and James V. Gallagher (3 folders) - 1967-1968
  • Box 14:
  • State Planning, including letters from William Scherle and Charles E. Grassley (2 folders) - 1967-1968
  • State Planning: Crime Control Act - 1968
  • State Planning: Executive Order Responses - 1968
  • State Planning: Housing - 1967
  • State Planning: Reorganization - 1967
  • State Planning: Tom Riley's Proposal - 1968
  • State Representatives (2 folders) - 1965-1968
  • State University of Iowa - 1963-1965
  • Subcommittee on Intergovernmental Affairs - 1966-1967
  • Sugar Beets in Northeast Iowa - 1964-1966
  • Tama Indian Settlement Road - 1965-1967
  • Tax Bill (2 folders) - 1967
  • Tax Bill: Correspondence - 1967
  • Tax Bill: Property Tax, Expressing Concern - 1967
  • Tax Bill: Property Tax Opposition - 1967
  • Tax Bill: Secrecy - 1967
  • Tax (Federal): Interstate Commerce H.R. 11798, including letters from H.R. Gross, Wiley Mayne, John C. Culver - 1966-1967
  • Tax Study (2 folders) - 1965-1967
  • Box 15:
  • Tax Study (2 folders) - 1965-1967
  • Tax Study (2 folders) - 1966-1968
  • Tax Study: Reorganization - 1965
  • Tax Study: Committee - 1965-1966
  • Tax Study: Work Papers, ISU and SUI (2 folders) - 1965-1967
  • Tax Study: Papers from SUI and ISU (2 folders) - 1964-1967
  • Taxation: Advertising - 1968
  • Taxations: Municipal parking Lots - 1967-1968
  • Taxation: New Construction (2 folders) - 1967-1968
  • Taxation: 62nd General Assembly - 1967-1968
  • Tokyo Food Fair - 1967-1968
  • Tourism - 1965-1967
  • Box 16:
  • Trade Mission to Europe - 1965
  • Trade Mission to Europe: List of Those Invited - 1965
  • Trade Mission to Europe: Right-to-Work and labor letters, including a letter from Berkley W. Bedell - 1965
  • Trade Mission to Mexico - 1967-1968
  • Trade Mission to Latin America - 1966
  • Trade Mission to South America - 1966-1967
  • Trade Mission to the Far East (2 folders) - 1965-1966
  • Trade Mission to the Far East - 1966
  • Trade Mission to the Far East: letters - 1966
  • Trade Mission to the Far East: Thank you letters - 1966
  • Traffic Safety Coordinating Committee - 1966
  • Transcript: Governor's Oelivien Press Conference Regarding Amish. January 10 - 1966
  • Transcript: Introduction of President L.B.J. by Governor Hughes. Midwest Democratic Dinner, June 30 - 1966
  • Transcript: NBC Today Show Interview with Governor Hughes and Sander Vanocur. November 11 - 1965
  • Transcript: Press Conference Concerning Governor's Trip to Japan and Vietnam. November 11 - 1965
  • Transcript: Remarks by Governor--Hughes Recognition Dinner. Waterloo, February 1 - 1966
  • Transcript: Press Conference Concerning Dennler Committee Report. May 26 - 1965
  • Transcript: Press Conference Concerning Trade Mission to Europe. June 30 - 1965
  • Transcript: Press Conference, Governor Harold E. Hughes. April 14 - 1965
  • Transcript: Remarks by Governor: Waterloo Kiwanis Club, Noon, February 1 - 1966
  • Transcript: Press Conference, July 21 - 1966
  • Transcript: Press Conference, Governor Harold E. Hughes. April 12 - 1965
  • Transcript: Press Conference National Governors' Conference. Lost Angeles, July 5 - 1966
  • Audio cassette: Press Conference National Governors' Conference. Lost Angeles, July 5 - 1966
  • Transcript: Press Conference "Reverse Bias." August 19 - 1967
  • Transcript: Tax Briefing. July 24 - 1967
  • Transcript - 1968
  • Transcript: County Fund Raising Dinners: Kossuth, Pocahontas, Marshall. August - 1966
  • Transcript: Press Conference - 1967-1968
  • Transcript: Press Conference. Cedar Rapids, May 26; Press Conference, May 27 - 1966
  • Transcript: regarding Amish
  • Transportation Department, including letters from H.R. Gross, Jack Miller, Bourke B. Hickenlooper, Wiley Mayne, and Fred Schwengel. - 1967-1968
  • Treasurer - 1965-1967
  • Twelve: State Transportation Committee - 1965-1968
  • Upper Mississippi River Interstate Compact - 1965-1967
  • Uses of Governor's Name - 1968
  • Visitors Day - 1963-1964
  • Water and Air Pollution, including photos - 1966-1967
  • Water Pollution - 1963-1964
  • Water Pollution Control Commission - 1968
  • Yamanashi Prefecture - 1961-1968
  • Yamanashi: Sister State of Iowa - 1961-1963
  • Yucatan: Governor's Trip to - 1965-1966
  • Miscellaneous Correspondence
  • Series 2: GOVERNOR'S ADVISORY COMMITTEES
  • Box 17:
  • Aging, including a letter from Robert D. Blue - 1963-1966
  • Aging: Minutes - 1961-1966
  • Alcoholism: Minutes - 1961-1962
  • Arts Council - 1966-1968
  • Arts Council: Minutes - 1966
  • Children and Youth: Appointments, Acceptances, Governor's Message, Membership Lists (2 folders) - 1963-1966
  • Corrections - 1964-1965
  • Corrections: Minutes - 1964-1965
  • Dutch Elm Disease - 1966
  • Economic Advisory Council - 1964-1966
  • Farm Vacation Council - 1964-1965
  • Farm Vacation Council: Minutes - 1964-1965
  • Governmental Reorganization - 1966
  • Governmental Reorganization: Minutes - 1966
  • Handicapped employment - 1963-1965
  • Handicapped Employment: Minutes, August 22 - 1961
  • Human Rights Commission - 1963-1964
  • Human Rights Commission: Minutes - 1961-1965
  • Intergovernmental Relations (3 folders) - 1966
  • Iowa-Nebraska Boundary: Minutes - 1963-1964
  • Manpower Advisory Committee - 1963-1964
  • Manpower Advisory Committee: Minutes, December 5 - 1963
  • Mental Health - 1963-1965
  • Mental Health: Minutes - 1962-1965
  • Natural Beauty - 1966
  • Outdoor Resources, Conservation of - 1964-1968
  • Physical Fitness Council - 1963-1966
  • Box 18:
  • Public Health Advisory Committee - 1963-1966
  • Public Health Advisory Committee: Minutes - 1963-1966
  • Rabies Control - 1963-1964
  • Science Advisory Committee - 1967-1968
  • Social Welfare - 1964-1965
  • Social Welfare: Minutes - 1964-1965
  • State and Local Government - 1963-1964
  • State and Local Government - 1964-1966
  • State and Local Government: Minutes and Membership List - 1964
  • Status of Women (President's Commission) - 1961-1968
  • Status of Women (President's Commission) - 1963-1965
  • Status of Women (President's Commission) - 1963-1966
  • Tourism, Minutes - 1961-1962
  • Traffic Safety Coordinating Committee - 1964-1966
  • Traffic Safety Coordinating Committee: Minutes - 1964-1966
  • United Nations Day Committee, including a letter from Guy M. Gillette - 1963
  • United Nations Day Committee, including a letter from Guy M. Gillette - 1964
  • Water Pollution - 1963
  • Water Pollution: Minutes - 1963-1964
  • Series 3: APPOINTMENTS
  • Box 18:
  • Accountancy, Board of - 1963-1968
  • Adjutant General, November 7 - 1963-1967
  • Administrative Assistant of Governor's Staff - 1962-1963
  • Aeronautics Commission, September - 1963-1967
  • Aging, Commission on; including letters from Robert D. Blue and Guy M. Gillette - 1965-1967
  • Air Pollution Control Commission - 1967
  • Alcoholism, Commission on - 1963-1967
  • Appeal Board for State Institutional Construction Contracts - 1963-1967
  • Architectural Examiners, Board of - 1966-1967
  • Area Vocational, Technical Schools and Community College, State Advisory Committee for - 1965-1967
  • Box 19:
  • Armory Board - 1963
  • Arts Council - 1967-1968
  • Banking Board - 1965
  • Banking, Superintendent of - 1964-1965
  • Barber Examiners - 1965-1968
  • Basic Sciences - 1963-1967
  • Blind Commission Appointments - 1963-1968
  • Capitol Planning Commission - 1963-1967
  • Chiropractic Examiners - 1963-1965
  • Civil Defense Advisory Council, including a letter from Richard C. Clark - 1963-1968
  • Civil Rights Commission - 1964-1967
  • Commerce Commission - 1963-1967
  • Conservative Commission Appointments - 1963-1967
  • Control, Board of - 1963-1967
  • Cosmetology Examiners Appointments - 1963-1968
  • Curators, Board of - 1963-1968
  • Democratic State Platform Committee - 1966
  • Dentistry, State Board of - 1963-1968
  • Development Commission - 19963-1968
  • Economic Opportunity, Office of State Director - 1965-1968
  • Educational Radio, TV - 1967-1968
  • Employment of the Handicapped (2 folders) - 1965-1968
  • Employment Safety Commission - 1965-1968
  • Engineering Examiners - 1963-1967
  • Fire Defense Advisory Committee - 1962-1968
  • Fulbright-Hays Scholarships - 1967
  • Funeral Directory and Embalmer Examiners - 1964-1968
  • Governmental Reorganization - 1966
  • Health, Board of - 1963-1968
  • Health Appointment-Commissioner of Public - 1965-1968
  • Higher Education Facilities Commission - 1964-1965
  • Highway Commission Appointments - 1963-1967
  • Hospital and Other Health Facilities - 1964-1968
  • Industrial Commissioner - 1967
  • Interstate Cooperation - 1963-1968
  • IPERS, Advisory Board of - 1963-1967
  • First Judicial District Nominating Commission - 1963-1967
  • Second Judicial District, Judge Appointments - 1963-1965
  • Second Judicial District, Nominating Commission - 1963-1967
  • Third Judicial District, Judge Appointments - 1964-1965
  • Third Judicial District, Nominating Committee - 1963-1967
  • Fourth Judicial District, Judge Appointments - 1965-1966
  • Fourth Judicial District, Nominating Commission - 1963-1967
  • Fifth Judicial District, Judge Appointments - 1963-1967
  • Fifth Judicial District, Nominating Commission - 1963-1967
  • Sixth Judicial District Nominating Commission - ?????
  • Seventh Judicial District, Judge Appointments - 1963-1967
  • Seventh Judicial District, Nominating Commission - 1963-1967
  • Eighth Judicial District, Judge Appointments - 1965-1968
  • Ninth Judicial District, Judge Appointments - 1964-1968
  • Ninth Judicial District, Nominating Commission - 1963-1967
  • Tenth Judicial District, Judge Appointment and Judicial Nominating Commission Appointments - 1963-1967
  • Tenth Judicial District, Nominating Commission - 1968
  • Eleventh Judicial District, Judge Appointments - 1963-1968
  • Eleventh Judicial District, Nominating Commission - 1963-1968
  • Twelfth Judicial District, Judge Appointments - 1963-1965
  • Twelfth Judicial District, Nominating Commission - 1963-1967
  • Box 20:
  • Thirteenth Judicial District: Judge Appointment, June - 1965
  • Thirteenth Judicial District: Nominating Commission - 1963-1968
  • Fourteenth Judicial District: Judge Appointments, June-August - 1966
  • Fourteenth Judicial District: Nominating Commission - 1967
  • Fifteenth Judicial District: Judge Appointments, February - 1966
  • Fifteenth Judicial District: Nominating Commission - 1963-1967
  • Sixteenth Judicial District Nominating Commission - 1963-1967
  • Seventeenth Judicial District Nominating Commission - 1963-1967
  • Eighteenth Judicial District (Cedar Rapids): Judge Appointments - 1963-1965
  • Eighteenth Judicial District (Cedar Rapids): Nominating Commission - 1963-1967
  • Nineteenth Judicial District: Judge Appointments - 1964-1965
  • Nineteenth Judicial District: District Nominating Commission - 1963-1965
  • Twentieth Judicial District: Judge Appointments, May - 1966
  • Twentieth Judicial District: Nominating Commission - 1963-1965
  • Twenty-first Judicial Districts (Cherokee, Orange City): Judge Appointment, August - 1963
  • Twenty-first Judicial Districts (Cherokee, Orange City): Nominating Commission - 1963-1965
  • Keokuk Superior Court. September - 1966
  • Municipal Judges: Burlington, March - 1968
  • Municipal Judges: Cedar Rapids - 1967
  • Municipal Judges: Dubuque, July - 1967
  • Municipal Judges: Miscellaneous - 1964-1968
  • Municipal Judges: Ottumwa - 1965
  • Municipal Judges: Sioux City - 1963
  • State Judicial Nominating Commission - 1963-1967
  • Supreme Court Justices - 1965-1967
  • Iowa Bureau of Labor Appointments - 1963
  • Labor Commissioner - 1965-1967
  • Land Rehabilitation Advisory Board - 1967-1968
  • Iowa Law Enforcement Council - 1967
  • Liquor Commission Appointments - 1963-1967
  • Governor's State Manpower Advisory Committee - 1965-1968
  • Manpower Development Council - 1963-1968
  • Medical Assistance Advisory Council - 1963-1968
  • Medical Examiners - 1963-1968
  • Mental Hygiene Committee - 1965-1968
  • Merit Employment Commission - 1967
  • Merit System Council Appointments - 1963-1968
  • Mine Inspector Appointments - 1967
  • Mining Board - 1963-1968
  • Mississippi River Parkway Commission - 1963-1968
  • Natural Resources Council - 1963-1967
  • Board of Nursing - 1963-1968
  • Optometry Examiners - 1963-1968
  • Ottumwa Riverfront Commission - 1968
  • Board of Parole Appointments - 1963-1967
  • Pharmacy Examiners - 1963-1968
  • Physical Therapy Examiners - 1965-1968
  • Podiatry Examiners - 1963-1968
  • State Advisory Board of Preserves - 1965-1968
  • Printing Board - 1963-1968
  • Public Instruction Appointments - 1965-1968
  • Public Safety Commissioner - 1963-1967
  • Real Estate Commission Appointments - 1963-1967
  • Board of Regents - 1963-1967
  • School Budget Review Committee - 1967-1968
  • Senate Confirmations - 1963
  • Serviceman's Ballot Commission - 1967-1968
  • Director of Social Services and Council on Social Services - 1967
  • Social Welfare Appointments - 1963-1967
  • Soil Conservation Committee - 1963-1967
  • Spencer Riverfront Commission - 1965-1967
  • Tax Commission Appointments - 1963-1965
  • State Board of Tax Review - 1968
  • Tax Study Advisory Committee - 1966
  • State Travelling Library Board of Trustees - 1963-1968
  • Commission on Uniform Laws, including a letter from Edward A. McDermott - 1964-1968
  • State Advisory Committee on Vocational Education - 1967
  • Voting Machine Commission - 1964-1968
  • Watchmaker's Board - 1963-1968
  • Water Pollution Control Commission - 1964-1967
  • Series 4: GENERAL ASSEMBLY 60-62
  • Box 20:
  • General Assembly 60: Access Control Bill - 1963
  • General Assembly 60: Blind Commission Bill - 1963
  • General Assembly 60: Daylight Savings Time - 1964
  • General Assembly 60: HF53 Income Tax - 1963
  • General Assembly 60: Legislation #1 - 1963
  • General Assembly 60: Liquor Letters, Pro and Con - 1963
  • General Assembly 60: Mechanicsville Bill, including photos - 1963
  • General Assembly 60: Poll Tax Amendment - 1963
  • General Assembly 60: Proposed Legislation Governor to Governor-Elect Transition - 1963
  • Box 21:
  • General Assembly 61 - 1965
  • General Assembly 61: Bill Index - 1963-1965
  • General Assembly 61: Daylight Savings Time - 1964-1965
  • General Assembly 61: Death penalty - 1964-1965
  • General Assembly 61: Departments--Legislation--New (2 folders) - 1965
  • General Assembly 61: Firearms Legislation - 1965
  • General Assembly 61: Guest Statute Letters, Pro and Con, and Information and Reports - 1965
  • General Assembly 61: Humane Slaughter Legislation - 1965
  • General Assembly 61: Legislation (3 folders) - 1965
  • General Assembly 61: Pari-Mutuel Betting - 1965
  • General Assembly 61: Property Tax Relief - 1965
  • General Assembly 61: Proportionate Sharing - 1965
  • General Assembly 61: Proposed Legislation for 1965 (2 folders)
  • General Assembly 61: Right to Work Law - 1964-1965
  • General Assembly 61: Truck Letters SF335 - 1965
  • General Assembly 62 - 1966-1967
  • General Assembly 62 (8 folders) - 1967
  • Box 22:
  • General Assembly 62: Aeronautics Commission - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: Agriculture - 1967
  • General Assembly 62: Aging Commission - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: Banking Department - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: Blind Commission - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: Capitol Planning Commission - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: Car Dispatcher - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: Commerce Commission - 1966-1967
  • General Assembly 62: Communications System, Radio and TV - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: Conflict of Interest - 1964-1967
  • General Assembly 62: Conservation - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: Conservation - 1966-1967
  • General Assembly 62: Control, Board of - 1966-1967
  • General Assembly 62: Courts - 1967
  • General Assembly 62: Dutch Elm Disease Committee
  • General Assembly 62: Employment Security Commission - 1966-1967
  • General Assembly 62: Health - 1966-1967
  • General Assembly 62: Highway Commission - 1966-1967
  • General Assembly 62: Highway Commission, Toll Bridge Authority - 1966-1967
  • General Assembly 62: Industrial Commission - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: Insurance - 1965-1966
  • General Assembly 62: Iowa Citizens Council on Crime and Delinquency - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: Iowa Development Commission - 1966-1967
  • General Assembly 62: Law Enforcement - 1966-1967
  • General Assembly 62: Legislation - 1966-1967
  • General Assembly 62: Legislative Research Committee - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: Traveling Library - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: Liquor Commission - 1966-1967
  • General Assembly 62: Mine Inspector - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: National Disaster Funds - 1967
  • General Assembly 62: National Guard - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: Natural Beauty - 1966-1967
  • General Assembly 62: Natural Resources Council - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: Property Tax Relief - 1967
  • General Assembly 62: Public Instruction - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: Public Safety and Crime - 1966-1967
  • General Assembly 62: Regents, Board of - 1966-1967
  • General Assembly 62: Reorganization
  • General Assembly 62: Social Welfare - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: Soil Conservation - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: Status of Women - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: Tax Commission - 1966-1967
  • General Assembly 62: Treasurer - 1966
  • General Assembly 62: Victims of Crimes - 1967
  • General Assembly 62: Voting Residence Requirements - 1967
  • Messages to 61st and 62nd General Assembly - 1965-1967
  • Series 5: CLEMENCY AND PENAL
  • Box 22:
  • Commutations by Governor Hughes - 1966-1968
  • Bonker, Erwin, #12242 - 1966-1967
  • Cooper, Harold, #21515 - 1963-1965
  • Cumby, Ernest E., February 21 - 1966
  • Frisbie, Orris J., #22001 - 1963-1965
  • Hall, Tommie, #25771 - 1966-1968
  • Ladehoff, Albert, October 15 - 1965
  • McNelly, Robert L., #18193 - 1963-1964
  • Ritchie, Sterling. Greene County, July - 1965
  • Samuelson, Raymond L. - 1965-1966
  • Tracy, Raymond E., #19846, September - 1963
  • Williams, Felix, #23211 - 1965-1967
  • Extradition Summaries - 1965-1968
  • Extradition Summaries - 1966-1968
  • Extradition Summaries - 1967-1968
  • Extradition Warrants Returned - 1963
  • Choate, Harold Wayne, Extradition-Oklahoma. May-October - 1966
  • Cummings, Clyde, Extradition. April-June - 1964
  • DeClerge, Charles, Extradition-Woodbury County. April - 1965
  • Franks, Alton Carroll, #4661. Extradition-Florida issued. October 26 - 1966
  • Grant, Joseph William, Extradition-Virginia. Pending. July-August - 1965
  • Box 23:
  • Grimstad, Reita, #2509. Extradition-Jasper County/California issued, July 20; Denied. December 3. Pending - 1965
  • Harper, Nathaniel L. Extradition-Kansas. August - 1967
  • Leonard, John F. Extradition-Wisconsin. April-May - 1965
  • Linder, James. Extradition-South Dakota. May-June - 1966
  • Melichar, George. Extradition-Kansas. Pending. April-October - 1965
  • Purviance, Keith. Extradition-Colorado. June-September - 1966
  • Spears, Donald. Extradition-Wisconsin. July - 1966
  • Inmate Requests, numerical by Inmates #: #9170 - 1966-1968
  • Inmate Requests: #13592 (ISMF #30-01)
  • Inmate Requests: #15841 - 1963-1966
  • Inmate Requests: #16644-ISP - 1963-1968
  • Inmate Requests: #17226 - 1965
  • Inmate Requests: #17527-ISP - 1963-1968
  • Inmate Requests: #17962-ISP - 1963-1968
  • Inmate Requests: #18089
  • Inmate Requests: #18947-ISP - 1963-1968
  • Inmate Requests: #19925-ISP - 1960-1967
  • Inmate Requests: #19996 - 1963-1967
  • Inmate Requests: #20345 - 1966-1968
  • Inmate Requests:# 20655, including Dictaphone belts - 1965-1968
  • Inmate Requests: #21821 - 1964-1968
  • Inmate Requests: #22880-ANA - 1963
  • Inmate Requests: #22997 - 1963-1968
  • Inmate Requests: #23228 - 1963-1968
  • Inmate Requests: #23433, #23241, #14111 - 1968
  • Inmate Requests: #23676 - 1968
  • Inmate Requests: #24440 - 1966-1968
  • Inmate Requests: #24509 - 1966
  • Inmate Requests: #24664 - 1964
  • Inmate Requests: #24698 - 1964
  • Inmate Requests: #25404 - 1967-1968
  • Inmate Requests: #25326, #28313
  • Inmate Requests: #25474-FM - 1961-1963
  • Inmate Requests: #25875 - 1960-1968
  • Inmate Requests: #28029-ISP - 1963-1964
  • Inmate Requests: #28373, Tice, Leon - 1963-1965
  • Inmate Requests: #28373-ISP. Tice, Leon - 1963-1967
  • Inmate Requests: Tice, Leon, Jr. Letters for death sentence - 1965
  • Inmate Requests: Tice, Leon, Jr. Letters for life sentence - 1965
  • Inmate Requests: Tice, Leon, Jr. - 1965
  • Inmate Requests: #28947, Parole - 1964-1966
  • Inmate Requests: #29078 - 1965-1966
  • Pardon: Bailey, David Livingston; Black Hawk County. Pardon. December 16 - 1965
  • Pardon: Bleakmore, Robert W. Pardon issued. December 27 - 1968
  • Pardon: Brock, Roger Dean. Pardon entered. December 2 - 1968
  • Pardon: Chaplin, Larry, #25829 ANA. Pardon denied, August 14 - 1967, 1968
  • Pardon: Chase, Parker M. Application for Pardon - 1965
  • Pardon: Chesher, Robert Thomas (Kossuth County), including a letter from Stanley L. Greigg. Pardon issued. August 9 - 1966
  • Pardon: Clayborne, Raymond L. Pardon issued. December 20 - 1968
  • Pardon: Cownie, William H. Application for Pardon. Denied. December 16 - 1963
  • Pardon: Davis, Gerald Lee. Pardon issued. December 27 - 1968
  • Pardon: DeBuhr, Larry David (Black Hawk County). Pardon issued. August 19 - 1965
  • Pardon: Dell, John Stuart. Pardon issued. December 2 - 1968
  • Pardon: DiMaio, James Anthony. Pardon and restoration of Citizenship issued. September 21 - 1967
  • Pardon: Dingman, LeRoy Wayne, including a letter from Tom Riley. Pardon issued. April 16 - 1966
  • Pardon: Ebel, Arthur. Pardon denied. December 31 - 1968; 1967-1968
  • Pardon: Ewoldt, Jay Edward. Pardon issued. December 2 - 1968
  • Pardon: Faine, James. Pardon issued. September 13 - 1968
  • Pardon: Flack, Jess. Pardon denied. December 5 - 1966
  • Pardon: Flake, Donald Richard (Washington County). Pardon granted. December 20 - 1965
  • Pardon: Gifford, Robert D. (Floyd County). Pardon granted. December 16 - 1965
  • Pardon: Ginkens, Marion W. RC, August 18; Pardon, June 3 - 1964; 1966
  • Goodman, Charles I. Pardon. June 10 - 1963
  • Pardon: Hollingsworth, Claude S. Pardon issued. May 27 - 1968
  • Pardon: Holschlag, Richard C. Pardon issued. June 27 - 1968
  • Pardon: Hutchinson, Charles Robert. Pardon. May 1 - 1963
  • Pardon: Kolbe, Wayne (Woodbury County). Pardon issued, December 20 - 1966
  • Pardon: Lamphere, Paul V. Pardon. October 2 - 1963
  • Pardon: Lewis, Michael J. Pardon issued. July 3 - 1968
  • Pardon: McAdams, Cliff. #17994. Pardon - 1963
  • Pardon: McAdams, Clifford. Pardon issued. January 22 - 1968
  • Pardon: Marr, Gaye Spencer, Jr. Pardon. October 10 - 1963
  • Pardon: Martin, Donald Ralph. Pardon issued. June 3 - 1966
  • Pardon: Martinez, Mauricio. Pardon granted. December 20 - 1968
  • Pardon: Mateer, Dale G. Pardon issued. May 28 - 1967
  • Box 24:
  • Pardon: Mulgrew, Richard John. Pardon denied. December 31 - 1968
  • Pardon: Orman, Everett. Pardon issued. December 27 - 1968
  • Pardon: Osthoff, Clarence Otto. Pardon issued. September 13 - 1968
  • Pardon: Prochelo, Anthony J. Pardon (Woodbury County) - 1963-1967
  • Pardon: Quinn, Cleo. Pardon issued; Final discharge from suspended sentence and restoration of citizenship. October 3 - 1966
  • Pardon: Radosevich, Phillip Paul. Pardon issued. June 3 - 1966
  • Pardon: Reasoner, Ralph (Polk County). Pardon. May 13 - 1964
  • Pardon: Reiman, Arvid. Pardon issued. June 3 - 1966
  • Pardon: Schade, Glen E. Pardon issued. November 4 - 1968
  • Pardon: Schnedler, Paul E. Pardon issued. September 12 - 1966
  • Pardon: Shelley, Harold. Pardon denied. October 10; Issued, December 27 - 1967; 1968
  • Pardon: Sonksen, Craig Jon. Pardon issued. April 24 - 1968
  • Pardon: Tasler, John J. Pardon granted. January 20 - 1966
  • Pardon: Toby, Charles Ransom. Pardon approved. January 29 - 1965
  • Pardon: Torgerson, Julian L. (Woodbury County). Pardon issued. January 27 - 1967
  • Pardon: Walsh, Robert Joseph. Pardon issued. May 27 - 1968
  • Pardon: Weisensee, Lawrence A. pardon granted. August 31 - 1964
  • Pardon: Whiteley, Ronald Dean. Pardon issued. April 24 - 1968
  • Remission of Fine: Beardsley, George. April 6 - 1966
  • Remission of Fine: James, Dale Clarence (Black Hawk County). November 15 - 1965
  • Remission of Fine: Kaser, John Sylvester. April 8 - 1966
  • Remission of Fine: Skuda, John (Deceased) (Woodbury County). April 27 - 1965
  • Remission of Fine: Warner, Robert B. (Jefferson County). May 21 - 1965
  • Restoration of Citizenship: Bohlke, David Russell. Issued May 3 - 1966
  • Restoration of Citizenship: Chaplin, Melvin Dilworth. Issued, August 25 - 1967
  • Restoration of Citizenship: Farrey, Charles. Issued, February 14 - 1966
  • Restoration of Citizenship: Francis, Howard Kenner (Linn County). November 17 - 1965
  • Restoration of Citizenship: Goldsmith, James Wendell (Polk County) - 1964
  • Restoration of Citizenship: Hergert, Magdalene Emma (Johnson County). November 23 - 1965
  • Restoration of Citizenship: Laufersweiler, Welch. April 16 - 1968
  • Restoration of Citizenship: Lee, Dale A. April 6 - 1966
  • Restoration of Citizenship: Little, Clark Robert. June 1 - 1966
  • Restoration of Citizenship: Locke, Earl Franklin (Henry County). November 15 - 1965
  • Restoration of Citizenship: McCarl, Floyd. January 4 - 1965
  • Restoration of Citizenship: Martin, Chris E. (Clinton County). December 15 - 1965
  • Restoration of Citizenship: Olson, Oscar. December 3 - 1965
  • Restoration of Citizenship: Petty, Ann (Dubuque County). February 14 - 1966
  • Restoration of Citizenship: Riley, Richard W., including a letter from Cleve L. Carnahan. December 3 - 1965
  • Restoration of Citizenship: Roberts, Walter. July 1 - 1966
  • Restoration of Citizenship: Salkeld, Elmer M. April 6 - 1966
  • Suspended Sentence: Hansen, Nathan Luther. Final discharge from suspended sentence.
  • Suspended Sentence: Hermann, Robert Leslie (Polk County). January 16 - 1967
  • Suspended Sentence: Hesseltine, Charles Lee. Mary 13 - 1963
  • Suspended Sentence: Ladely, Clifford LaVaughn. June 5 - 1963
  • Suspended Sentence: Licata, Jerome P. (Woodbury County). September 4 - 1964
  • Suspended Sentence: Loeffelholz, Aloysius H. (Calhoun County). July 24 - 1967
  • Suspended Sentence: Meyers, William E. November 7 - 1967
  • Suspended Sentence: Olson, Dana Christy. December 30 - 1968
  • Suspended Sentence: Reynolds, Dixie Lee. June 5 - 1963
  • Suspended Sentence: Sharp, Terry Lynn. October 15 - 1965
  • Suspended Sentence: Smith, Glenn David. June 3 - 1965
  • Suspended Sentence: Vanderhoof, Dennis LeRoy. March 19 - 1968
  • Miscellaneous: Anamosa-Prison Riot Letters. May - 1964
  • Miscellaneous: Clark Cummings. Executive Clemency - 1967-1968
  • Miscellaneous: Eldora - 1963-1968
  • Miscellaneous: Escape-Fort Madison - 1959
  • Miscellaneous: Feguer, Harry Victor. Executed. March - 1963
  • Miscellaneous: Fatino, Matthew Thomas - 1968
  • Miscellaneous: Interviews Granted - 1963
  • Miscellaneous: Life Sentences - 1963-1964
  • Miscellaneous - 1963-1965
  • Miscellaneous - 1964
  • Penal Information - 1963
  • Penal Information - 1963-1964
  • Penal Information - 1963-1967
  • Penal Information - 1965-1968
  • #25749, Threatened Governor - 1962-1967
  • #24341, Threatened Governor - 1967-1968
  • Threatening Letters, including photographs - 1967-1968
  • Series 6: MEDIA
  • Sub-Series: Press Releases
  • Box 25:
  • Release - 1962
  • January-June - 1963
  • July-December - 1963
  • January-June - 1964
  • July-September - 1964
  • October-December - 1964
  • January-June - 1965
  • July-December - 1965
  • January-July - 1966
  • August-December - 1966
  • January-May - 1967
  • June-December - 1967
  • January-April - 1968
  • May-August - 1968
  • September-December - 1968
  • Sub-Series: Radio Broadcasts
  • Box 26:
  • Broadcast - 1964
  • Broadcast - 1965
  • Broadcast - 1966
  • Broadcast - 1967-1968
  • Tall Corn Broadcasts, #1-#25. January-July - 1963
  • Tall Corn Broadcasts, #26-#40. July-October - 1963
  • Tall Corn Broadcasts, #41-#53. November-January - 1963, 1964
  • Sub-Series: Fact Sheets, Statements, etc.
  • Box 26:
  • Democratic Fact Book (photocopy) - 1968
  • Goals, Report on - 1963-1964
  • Governor's Campaign Statements for Des Moines Sunday Register - 1964, 1966, 1968
  • Governor's Guest Book, January-September - 1966-1967
  • Governor's Office Manual. July - 1968
  • Governor's Speaking Engagements-Fact Sheets. March-December - 1964
  • Speaking Engagements-Fact Sheets. January-August - 1966
  • Speaking Engagements-Fact Sheets. September-December - 1966
  • Speaking Engagements-Fact Sheets. January-December - 1967
  • Speaking Engagements-Fact Sheets. January-October - 1968
  • Governor's stationery, samples
  • Holiday Messages - 1963-1968
  • Survey of Political Attitudes: Iowa. December - 1967
  • Survey of Political Attitudes: Iowa (2 folders). July - 1968
  • Survey of Political Attitudes: Tabular Results-Iowa. August - 1968
  • Survey of Political Attitudes: Iowa (2 folders). October - 1968
  • Survey of Political Attitudes: Miscellaneous Statements (2 of 3 folders) - 1963-1968
  • Box 27:
  • Survey of Political Attitudes: Miscellaneous Statements (1 folder) - 1963-1968
  • Series 7: SPEECHES
  • Box 27:
  • July-September - 1962
  • October-January - 1962-1963
  • March - 1963
  • April - 1963
  • May - 1963
  • June - 1963
  • July - 1963
  • August - 1963
  • September (2 folders) - 1963
  • October (2 folders) - 1963
  • November - 1963
  • December - 1963
  • January - 1964
  • February - 1964
  • March-April - 1964
  • May - 1964
  • Box 28:
  • June - 1964
  • July 3-August 12 - 1964
  • August 25-October 16 - 1964
  • October 17-November 20 - 1964
  • November 23-December 18 - 1964
  • January 12-February 6 - 1965
  • February 13-May 14 - 1965
  • May 18-September 16 - 1965
  • September 17-October 18 - 1965
  • November 12-February 1 - 1965-1966
  • February 1-April 16 - 1966
  • May 2-June 14 - 1966
  • June 20-September 9 - 1966
  • September 10-October 18 - 1966
  • October 18-January - 1966-1967
  • January 26-April 25 - 1967
  • June-September 15 - 1967
  • September 19-November 16 - 1967
  • Box 29:
  • December 1-January 31 - 1967-1968
  • February - April 24 - 1968
  • April 25-May 15 - 1968
  • May 20-June - 1968
  • July-August - 1968
  • September -October 17 - 1968
  • October 20-December - 1968
  • Series 8: NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS
  • Box 29:
  • Bev-Personal - 1962
  • Democrats-Miscellaneous - 1962
  • Erbe - 1960-1961
  • Erbe - 1962
  • G.O.P. - 1962
  • Harold E. Hughes (2 folders) - 1962
  • Politics-General - 1962
  • Polk County Politics - 1962
  • Primary Election - 1962
  • Tourism, Iowa - 1961-1962
  • Young Democrats - 1962
  • Far East Tour. October 19-November 10 - 1965
  • (Adjutant General) Iowa National Guards. April-August - 1968
  • Agriculture. July-December - 1967-1968
  • Alcoholism. August-December - 1967-1968
  • Appointments. October-January - 1967-1969
  • Appropriations (State). July-August - 1967-1968
  • Area Schools. September-December - 1967-1968
  • Community Colleges. September-December - 1967-1968
  • Vocational-Technical Education. July-October - 1967-1968
  • Attorney General. August-December - 1967-1968
  • Box 30:
  • Attorney General. Asphalt Case. August-May - 1967-1968
  • Budget. August-January - 1967-1969
  • Campaign. September-October - 1968
  • Candidates. January-January - 1968-1969
  • Candidates. Agnew, Spiro T. August-September - 1968
  • Candidates. Attorney General. February-November - 1968
  • Candidates. Beck, Robert. January-October - 1968
  • Candidates. Bromwell, James. December-October - 1967-1968
  • Candidates. Congressmen. September-November - 1967-1968
  • Candidates. Countryman's Clippings. June-August - 1968
  • Candidates. Congressman John Culver. January-November - 1968
  • Candidates. Endorsements for Stanley. October - 1968
  • Candidates. Endorsements of Other candidates. October - 1968
  • Candidates. Franzenburg, Paul. August-November - 1967-1968
  • Candidates. Fulton, Robert. December-December - 1967-1968
  • Candidates. Gubernatorial Statements on Issues. August-November - 1968
  • Candidates. Hickenlooper. August-December - 1967-1968
  • Candidates. Vice-President Hubert Humphrey. January-November - 1968
  • Candidates. Johnson, Donald. August-November - 1967-1968
  • Candidates. Senator Robert F. Kennedy. March-July - 1968
  • Candidates. Senator Ted Kennedy. August-September - 1968
  • Candidates. Senator Eugene McCarthy. January-November - 1968
  • Candidates. McGovern, George. August-September - 1968
  • Candidates. Senator Jack Miller. January-October - 1968
  • Candidates. Mills, Max Milo. December-July - 1967-1968
  • Candidates. Senator Edmund Muskie. August-September - 1968
  • Candidates. Nereim's Clippings. June-August - 1968
  • Candidates. Nixon, Richard. March-October - 1968
  • Candidates. Plymat, William. January-August - 1968
  • Candidates. Polls. August, October - 1968
  • Candidates. Ray, Robert. August-December - 1967-1968
  • Candidates. Governor Ronald Reagan. September - 1968
  • Candidates. Riley, Tom. January-December - 1968
  • Candidates. Riley-Culver Clippings. July-November - 1968
  • Candidates. Rockefeller, Nelson. January-October - 1968
  • Candidates. Romney, George. August-July - 1967-1968
  • Candidates. Schmidhauser, John R. August-October - 1967-1968
  • Candidates. Congressman Fred Schwengel. August-November - 1967-1968
  • Candidates. Stanley, David. Agriculture. January-October - 1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. Big Trucks. August-October - 1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. Draft System. April-October - 1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. Education. November-August - 1967-1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. Federal Funds Allocated to Iowa Use and Misuse. February - 1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. Federal Government. January-October - 1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. G.O.P. Leaders Stumping for Stanley. October - 1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. Governor Hughes. December-October - 1967-1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. Gun Control. July - 1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. Inflation. January-October - 1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. Labor. November-August - 1967-1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. Law and Order. August-October - 1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. Miscellaneous. April-December - 1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. 1968 Primary elections. September - 1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. Political Support. August-November - 1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. Possible Position as Senate Majority Leader. November - 1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. President Johnson. January-September - 1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. Riot Control. January-September - 1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. Seizure of North Korean Vessels in Ransom for Pueblo Ship. October-November - 1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. Speeches and Public Appearances. September-October - 1967-1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. Taxation. October-September - 1967-1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. United Nations. July-September - 1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. Vietnam. January-November - 1968
  • Candidates. Stanley. War-On-Poverty. October-September - 1967-1968
  • Candidates. Turner, Richard. May-November - 1968
  • Candidates. Wallace, George. February-October - 1968
  • Civil Defense. July-October - 1967-1968
  • Civil Defense. Floods in Northeast Iowa. July-August - 1968
  • Civil Defense. Tornadoes. May-December - 1968
  • Box 31:
  • Civil Rights. July-December - 1967-1968
  • Civil Rights. Demonstrations Cornell College. October - 1968
  • Civil Rights. Demonstrations in Iowa City. November-May - 1967-1968
  • Civil Rights. Employment. July-December - 1967-1968
  • Civil Rights. Edward Hoffmans. October-June - 1967-1968
  • Civil Rights. Housing. July-September - 1967-1968
  • Civil Rights. Miscellaneous Demonstrations. November - 1968
  • Civil Rights. Waterloo Racial Disorders. September-October - 1968
  • Committee for a Democratic Convention. August - 1968
  • Conservation. Mineral Resources. December - 1968
  • Conservation. Parks, Lakes, Rivers. January-December - 1968
  • Conservation. Soil and Water. January-September - 1968
  • Conservation. Wildlife. January-November - 1968
  • Counties. July-July - 1967-1968
  • Courts. District. July - May - 1967-1968
  • Courts. Iowa Supreme. October-July - 1967-1968
  • Courts. Juvenile. September - 1968? 1967?
  • Courts. Municipal Court. August-November - 1967
  • Courts. U.S. Supreme. July-May - 1967-1968
  • Crime. July-December - 1967-1968
  • Crime. Marijuana. September-August - 1967-1968
  • Crime. Peace Officers Associations. December-June - 1967-1968
  • Crime. Riots, including death of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. July-December - 1967-1968
  • Crime. State Firearms Control. January-July - 1968
  • Crime. Task Force. March-June - 1968
  • Crime. Commission. August-June - 1967-1968
  • Democratic National Convention - 1968
  • Economic Development. July - October - 1967-1968
  • Elections. May-October - 1968
  • Employment Security Commission. September-October - 1967-1968
  • Employment Statistics. September-January - 1967-1968
  • Executive Council. Art Committee. April-October - 1968
  • Executive Council. Auditor. July-December - 1967-1968
  • Executive Council. Executive Airplane. October-April - 1967-1968
  • Executive Council. Governor. January-December - 1968
  • Executive Council. Miscellaneous. October-January - 1967-1969
  • Executive Council. Secretary of State. August-August - 1968
  • Executive Council. Treasurer. July-October - 1967-1968
  • General Election (3 folders) - 1968
  • Governor - 1967
  • Governor Hughes. Agriculture. March-July - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Agriculture. August-October - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Aid to Jobless. March-June - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Alcoholism. September-October - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Announces for Senate. February-April - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Awards. January-July - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Big Truck Bill. September-October - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Campaign Solicitation. July-August - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Candidate Endorsement. August-December - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Candidate Endorsement. November-August - 1967-1968
  • Governor Hughes. Cities. September - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Civil Rights. March - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Crime. February-December - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Crisis Conference. January-June - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Democratic Campaign Caravan. September - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Endorsements of the Governor. October - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Favorite Son. August - 1968
  • Box 32:
  • Governor Hughes. Federal. October - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Floods. July - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Governors' Conferences. April-July - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Gun Control. January-August - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Gun Control. July-December - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Gun Control. Highway Safety. May - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Hughes' Illness. October - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Kennedy and King Assassinations. March-June - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. LBJ. February, August - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Law and Order. September-November - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Legislative. January-June - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Mexico Trade Mission. February - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Miscellaneous. January-December - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Miscellaneous. August-December - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. National March. September - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. National Guard. June - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Democratic National Convention - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Politics. March-December - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Primary Elections - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty. September-October - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Political Supporters. September-November - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Press Comments on Senator Hughes. December-January - 1968-1969
  • Governor Hughes. Press Comments-Senate Race. January-December - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Racial Issues. March-November - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Resignation as Governor. December - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Right-to-Work. September - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Riot Control. July-September - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Schools. April-June - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Speculation about Senate Race of Hughes. July-December - 1967
  • Governor Hughes. Speaking Engagements. February-December - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Speeches and Public Appearances. July-December - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Sports. January-December - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Stanley. September-October - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. State. January-October - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. State. Commissions. January-May - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Summer Program for the Disadvantaged. January-March - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Taxation. December - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Taxes. January-August - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Tornadoes. May-October - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Universities. December - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. Vietnam. February-December - 1968
  • Governor Hughes. War on Poverty. March-April - 1968
  • Health. July-December - 1967-1968
  • Health. Air Pollution. October-July - 1967-1968
  • Health. Handicapped. April-August - 1968
  • Health. Insurance. August-October - 1968
  • Health. Water Pollution. August-July - 1967-1968
  • Higher Education. Board of Regents. August-December - 1968
  • Higher Education. Colleges and Universities. July-December - 1967-1968
  • Higher Ed7ucation. Private. July-May - 1967-1968
  • Higher Education. Public. October-November - 1967-1968
  • Higher Education. Scholarships. July-November - 1967-1968
  • Highway Commission. July-January - 1967-1969
  • Highways. Interstate. July-October - 1967-1968
  • Highways. Primary. July-August - 1967-1968
  • Highways. Road Use Tax. July-June - 1965-1968
  • Highways. Secondary. July - 1967
  • Labor. July-December - 1967-1968
  • Labor. Industrial Safety. September-January - 1967-1968
  • Legislature. December-January - 1966-1969
  • Legislature. Interim Commission. August-June - 1967-1968
  • Legislature. Regional Offices, State Government. August-March - 1967-1968
  • Legislature. Research Commission. July-June - 1967-1968
  • Manpower Development. September-June - 1967-1968
  • Mental Health. Institutions. July-October - 1967-1968
  • Mental Health. Programs. October - 1967
  • Mental Health. Retarded. October-December - 1967-1968
  • Merit System. July-August - 1967-1968
  • Merit System. I.PE.R.S. November-August - 1967-1968
  • Municipalities. July-July - 1967-1968
  • Planning and Programming. July-June - 1967-1968
  • Politics - 1967-1968
  • Box 33:
  • Politics - 1968
  • Politics: Hughes-Stanley Debates. March-October - 1968
  • Politics: Miscellaneous Hughes-Stanley. September-October - 1968
  • Politics: Newspaper Opinion Polls - 1967-1968
  • Politics: Opinions - 1967-1968
  • Politics: Personal Columns. March-December - 1968
  • Politics: Personal Columns. October-December - 1967-1968
  • Politics: 1968 Primary Elections. July-September - 1968
  • Politics: Senate Candidates Statements on Issues. August-September - 1968
  • Poverty Program - 1967-1968
  • Press. Editorial pages - 1967-1968
  • Press. Tax Package Press Comments. Con. July-March - 1967-1968
  • Press. Tax Package Press Comments. Pro. September-December - 1967
  • Prisons. Adult. October-January - 1967-1969
  • Prisons. Juvenile. July-June - 1967-1968
  • Prohibition Party. September - 1968
  • Reapportionment. August-October - 1967-1968
  • Reapportionment. Counties. October - 1967
  • Reorganization (School). June-June - 1967-1968
  • Republican National Convention - 1968
  • Safety. July-January - 1967-1969
  • Schools. Elementary and Secondary. July-December - 1967-1968
  • Schools. State Aid. October-December - 1967-1969
  • State Departments. July-December - 1967-1968
  • Box 34:
  • State Departments. Department of Revenue. August-September - 1967-1968
  • State Departments. Iowa Development Commission. December-January - 1967-1969
  • State Departments. Liquor Commission. September-August - 1967-1968
  • State Departments. Miscellaneous State Activities. May-October - 1968
  • State Department of Social Services. January-November - 1968
  • Statutory Convention - 1968
  • Taxation. Income Tax. July-November - 1967-1968
  • Taxation. Tax Package. Miscellaneous. July-November. - 1967-1968
  • Taxation. Tax Package. Miscellaneous. July-April - 1967-1968
  • Taxation. Tax Package. Property Tax. July-December - 1967-1968
  • Taxation. Tax Package. Sales Tax. July-July - 1967-1968
  • Taxation. Tax Package. Sales Tax. September-December - 1967
  • Taxation. Tax Package. Service Tax. Advertising. November-November - 1967-1968
  • Taxation. Tax Package. Service Tax. Construction (New). September-June - 1967-1968
  • Taxation. Tax Package. Service Tax. Lawsuit. September-June - 1967-1968
  • Taxation. Tax Package. Service Tax. Loophole. October-May - 1967-1968
  • Taxation. Tax Package. Service Tax. Rules. April-August - 1968
  • Taxation. Tax Package. Tax Bill. Personal Attacks on Governor. July-December - 1967
  • Taxation. Tax Package. Special Session. July-March - 1967-1968
  • Transportation. Mass. February-August - 1968
  • Transportation. Railroads. January-August - 1967-1968
  • Transportation. Trucking. July-November - 1967-1968
  • Utilities. August-May - 1968
  • Vietnam. September-December - 1967-1968
  • Voting. August-September - 1968
  • Welfare. A.D.C. July-December - 1967-1968
  • Welfare. Guaranteed Income plan. June-July - 1968
  • Welfare. Medicaid. August-June - 1967-1968
  • Welfare. Miscellaneous. July-November - 1967-1968
  • Welfare. Old Age Assistance. September - 1968
  • Series 9: CAMPAIGN MATERIALS AND MISCELLANEOUS
  • Box 34:
  • Campaign Headquarters. Press clippings (2 folders) - 1968
  • Box 35:
  • Campaign Headquarters. Press clippings (9 folders) - 1968
  • Campaign and Election Day Instructions
  • Citizens for Hughes - 1968
  • Citizens for Hughes. Internal Forms - 1968
  • Democratic County Central Committee - 1968?
  • Democratic Governor's Conference Bank Statements. August-September - 1968
  • Democratic Governor's 1968 National Democratic Convention. July-August - 1968
  • Democratic Party of Iowa Convention. May 24-25 - 1968
  • Franzenburg Campaign Organization. June 28 - 1968
  • Hughes Campaign. Billboards - 1968
  • Hughes Campaign. Canvass Kit - 1968
  • Hughes Campaign. Greece Issue. July - 1968
  • Hughes Campaign. Instructions. Leaflets - 1968
  • Hughes Campaign. Instructions. Lists of Interested People - 1968
  • Hughes Campaign. Instructions. Material - 1968
  • Hughes Campaign. Instructions. Radio Spots. July 29-November1 - 1968
  • Hughes Campaign. Instructions. Televised Debates - 1968
  • Hughes Campaign. Instructions. Thank You's and Other Follow-Up Material - 1968
  • Hughes Campaign. Instructions. T.V. Spots. October 4-November 4 - 1968
  • Hughes Draft Statement at the 1968 Democratic Convention Urging the Establishment of Democratic Standards for Selection of Delegates. August 27 - 1968
  • Hughes for Governor
  • Hughes for Senate. Bumper Stickers
  • Box 36:
  • Hughes for Senate. Pledge Cards. Drake University - 1968
  • Hughes for Senate. Pledge Cards. District I. Cedar-Johnson - 1968
  • Hughes for Senate. Pledge Cards. District I Lee-District II Dubuque - 1968
  • Hughes for Senate. Pledge Cards. District II Fayette-District III Wright - 1968
  • Hughes for Senate. Pledge Cards. District IV Appanoose-Wayne - 1968
  • Hughes for Senate. Pledge Cards. District V Boone-Webster - 1968
  • Hughes for Senate. Pledge Cards. District VI Buena Vista-District VII Taylor and more
  • Hughes Statement Announcing Support of Eugene McCarthy for Democratic Nomination for President. August 21 - 1968
  • Independents for Hughes: How to Use Voting Machine
  • Iowa State Party Platforms. Comparisons of the Democratic and Republican State Platform including copies of both - 1968
  • Kieffer Associates, Inc. - 1968
  • Lists of Delegates to the 1968 Democratic State (Iowa) Presidential Convention used for Bus Caravan Stops - 1968
  • Miscellaneous and Notes - 1968
  • Mobile Home Campaign Fact Sheets. July 30-August 3 - 1968
  • Campaign Kickoff Democratic Dinner in Linn County. February 20 - 1964
  • Democratic Presidential Convention Iowa Delegates - 1964
  • Vote Statistics for Governor's Race for Iowa's 20 largest counties by Congressional District - 1964-1966
  • 1968 Democratic National Convention: Eugene McCarthy - 1968
  • 1968 Democratic National Convention: Miscellaneous correspondence
  • 1968 Democratic National Convention: Miscellaneous items
  • 1968 Democratic National Convention: Miscellaneous mail-mainly printed
  • 1968 Democratic National Convention: Pro-Humphrey letters, including letters from Hubert Humphrey and Walter F. Mondale
  • 1968 Democratic National Convention: Pro-McCarthy letters
  • 1968 Democratic National Convention: Pro-McGovern letters
  • 1968 Democratic National Convention: Telegrams
  • 1968 Democratic Presidential Contenders: Issues and Survey
  • 1968 Democratic State Ticket Bus Caravan Fact Sheets. September 30-October 5 - 1968
  • 1968 Presidential Election and Polls
  • Northwest Iowa Salute to United States Senator-Elect Harold E. Hughes. December 2 - 1968
  • Otten, Allen L. "Iowa's Outspoken Governor." Wall Street Journal Editorial (reprints). July 19 - 1968
  • Out of State Contributions
  • Public Opinion Poll - 1968
  • Republicans for Hughes, including pledge cards - 1968-1969
  • Salute to Iowa's Future. Dinner Honoring Governor and Mrs. Harold E. Hughes. March 9 - 1968
  • Salute to Iowa's Future. Dinner Ticket Reservations by County: Adair-Cedar Hawk. March 9 - 1968
  • Salute to Iowa's Future. Dinner Ticket Reservations by County: Cerro Gordo-Dickinson. March 9 - 1968
  • Box 37:
  • Salute to Iowa's Future. Dinner Ticket Reservations by County: Dubuque-Jefferson. March 9 - 1968
  • Salute to Iowa's Future. Dinner Ticket Reservations by County: Johnson-Pocahontas. March 9 - 1968
  • Salute to Iowa's Future. Dinner Ticket Reservations by County: Pottawattamie-Scott. March 9 - 1968
  • Salute to Iowa's Future. Dinner Ticket Reservations by County: Shelby-Wright. March 9 - 1968
  • Alcoholism. - 1968
  • Appointment Calendars - 1963-1969
  • Advertising Club of Des Moines, Inc. June 11 - 1963
  • Certificates of Appreciation - 1963-1967
  • Certificate of Immigration to the Great State of Ohio. March 12 - 1964
  • Commerce Commission, Name Plate
  • Friend of Switzerland - 1964-1966
  • Harold E. Hughes Day. Council Bluffs, Iowa. May 21 - 1964
  • Honorary Citizenships - 1963-1967
  • Honorary Memberships - 1963-1967
  • Northwestern Hotel-Motel Association. Honorary Membership. July 28 - 1965
  • Order of the Mustard Cutter
  • Pamphlet about Hughes in which many photos were used
  • Documents on Vietnam from President Lyndon B. Johnson (loose-leaf)
  • Series 10: PHOTOGRAPHS
  • Box 38:
  • Avoca Bean Feed (1 photo)
  • Bowers, Emmett, Jr. and Harold E. Hughes. March 2 (1 mounted photo) - 1964
  • Cameron, Gary L. (1 mounted photo)
  • Chase Manhattan Bank personnel and Harold E. Hughes (2 photos)
  • Commander Madison, C.B. and Harold E. Hughes. ( 1 photo). November 11 - 1965
  • Conservation Commissioners Swearing-In and Governor Hughes (1 photo)
  • DeMolay Week in Iowa; Harold E. Hughes (1 photo and letter). March 13 - 1964
  • Diers, Lou R. (2 photos and 1 letter). October 19 - 1964
  • Farmers Grain Dealers Association Youth Delegation and Governor Hughes (1 photo). January 28 - 1964
  • Freeman Luncheon. Harold E. Hughes, Orville Freeman, Mr. McLain. Chariton, Iowa.(1 photo). May 18 - 1964
  • Gilmore, Thomas J., Harold E. Hughes and others (6 photos). Locomotive Fireman of March - 1964
  • Governor Hughes and others with fishing catch (2 color photos)
  • Governors' Conference. Miami, Florida (3 photos and letter). October 31 - 1963
  • Governor Hughes at Grinnell College (20 photos and a letter). March 9 - 1964
  • Harlan, Iowa including Harold E. Hughes and Paul Franzenburg (4 photos)
  • Heying, H.L., Harold E. Hughes, and others (1 photo). October 13 - 1964
  • Hughes, Harold E. (10 mounted photos)
  • Hughes: Action photos (5 mounted photos; 7 photos)
  • Hughes and family (3 mounted photos; 7 photos)
  • Hughes at Fort Carson (1 photo).June 20 - 1968
  • Hughes grilling steaks in front of the Capitol (2 photos)
  • Hughes in front of Capitol Building in Des Moines (1 contact sheet, 1 negative, 11 mounted photos)
  • Hughes in Japan (1 photo)
  • Hughes ink drawing
  • Hughes portraits (53 photos)
  • Hughes: shots for billboard use (2 contact sheets plus negatives). July - 1968
  • Hughes signing unidentified woman's cast (1 photo, 1 mounted photo)
  • Hughes with group of nuns (1 photo). July - 1964
  • Hughes with Amish man at Amish Parochial School (1 mounted photo, 1 negative)
  • Hughes with dog (6 photos). April 15 - 1965
  • Hughes with group of Campfire girls (2 photos, 1 mounted photo)
  • Hughes with group of campaign girls - 1968?
  • Hughes with Kenneth E. Owen, Gary L. Cameron, Paul Franzenburg, Lorne R. Worthington, and Lawrence F. Scalise (6 photos, 2 negatives) - 1965-1966
  • Hughes with 1965 Mustang (2 photos)
  • Hughes with Paul Franzenburg, Lawrence F. Scalise, Robert Fulton, Gary L. Cameron, Lorne R. Worthington and Kenneth E. Owen (2 photos; 2 sheets of 4 each) - 1965-1966
  • Hughes with unidentified group, possibly for Cooperation of the Americas (2 photos)
  • Hughes with unidentified groups (5 photos, 6 mounted photos)
  • Hughes with unidentified men (9 photos, 6 mounted photos)
  • Hughes with unidentified woman (1 photo, 1 mounted photo)
  • Hughes with unidentified woman and baby (1 color photo)
  • Hughes visiting Vietnam with other governors in a helicopter (1 photo)
  • Humphrey, Hubert H. and Harold E. Hughes (1 mounted photo)
  • Iowa Business Trends for 1964 (1 photo plus letter). December 11 - 1963
  • Iowa Egg Week Proclamation (1 photo). March - 1964
  • Iowa Turkey Day Proclamation (3 photos, news release, and copy of Proclamation). June 27 - 1964
  • Kennedy, Edward and Harold E. Hughes (3 photos)
  • Kennedy, John F. and Harold E. Hughes (1 mounted photo)
  • Kennedy, Robert (1 photo). ca. March 9 - 1968
  • McCarthy, Eugene and Harold Hughes (3 photos, 1 negative)
  • Hughes and Marshall County Teen Democrats (12 photos; 1 newspaper copy). August 12 - 1964
  • Hughes and National Fire Prevention Week (2 photos) - 1964
  • Hughes and Pella Tulip Festival queen, Beverly DeCook (1 photo). March 23 - 1964
  • Hughes. Proof sheet with negatives
  • "Protection Week" Proclamation signing (1 photo). October 17 - 1963
  • Rathbun Dam Ground Breaking Ceremonies (14 photos). July 24 - 1965
  • Rotary Club (1 photo)
  • Saylorville Dam, Ground Breaking Ceremonies (1 photo and letter). July 17 - 1965
  • Scherling, Richard E. (1 photo and letter). July 2 - 1963
  • Schleswig Conservation Calf Show (1 photo, letter, newspaper clippings). September 14 - 1964
  • Small Business Administration Proclamation (2 photos, 2 letters, newspaper clipping). May 29 - 1964
  • Teamsters "Big John Movement" (3 photos, letter, and "Truck Trends" publications). November - 1964
  • Thomas A. Edison Portrait Presentation by representatives of Electrical Industries (1 photo). February 7 - 1964
  • Trade Mission to Europe? Includes Governor Harold Hughes; William Tyler, Ambassador to the Netherlands; Fisher Howe; Prof. G. Brouwers; Mr. Cameron; Marvin M. Schmidt (5 photos)
  • Trade Mission to Japan (2 photos, 1 letter). March 24 - 1966
  • Unidentified man with watermelon (1 photo)
  • "Vacation Planning Week" Proclamation (1 photo). May 24-30 - 1964
  • Verle Black and Governor Hughes (4 photos). October 13 - 1964
  • Hughes. Waukon, Iowa (3 photos, 1 letter). October 23 - 1964
  • Weston-Atlantic, Governor Hughes (1 photo)
  • Yucatan Exchange Students (14 photos)
  • Hughes. Miscellaneous (7 photos, 1 color photo, 3 negatives)
  • Series 11: TAPES: AUDIO, VIDEO, AND FILM
  • Box 39:
  • Unopened Tapes, small reel-to-reel (1) - 1962
  • Unopened Tapes, small reel-to-reel (41) - 1963
  • Unopened Tapes, small reel-to-reel (4) - 1964
  • Unopened Tapes, small reel-to-reel (10) - 1965
  • Box 40:
  • Unopened Tapes, small reel-to-reel (41) - 1965
  • Unopened Tapes, small reel-to-reel (14) - 1966
  • Box 41:
  • Unopened Tapes, small reel-to-reel (20) - 1967
  • Unopened Tapes, small reel-to-reel (14). Undated
  • Box 42:
  • 7" tape. People's Press Conference, KRNT. May 28 - 1963
  • 7" tape. People's Press Conference, KRNT. November 5 - 1963
  • 5" tape. Governor Hughes. March 16 - 1964
  • 5" tape. Governor Hughes. Atlantic City. August 26 - 1964
  • 5" tape. Campaign Spots. October 26 - 1964
  • 7" Tape. People's Press Conference. Governor Hughes audio dub of KRNT program. October 28 - 1964
  • 7" tape. People's Press Conference. October - 1964
  • 7" tape. Hughes-Murray (2 reels) - 1964?
  • 7" tape. Governor Hughes. January 11 - 1965
  • 7" tape. Pump Room Program, Chicago. January 28 - 1965
  • 7" tape. Dub of Governor Hughes' remarks from a recording of "Panel Discussion on Business." Recorded January 29, Hotel Ft. Des Moines; Dubbed February 2 - 1965
  • 7" tape. Open mike with Governor Hughes (2 reels). April 7 - 1965
  • 5" tape. Meet Your Legislators with Jack Shelly, Otto Weber, John Lively and Governor Hughes. June 32 - 1965
  • 5" tape. Iowa Trade Mission interviews. June 19 - 1965
  • 5" tape. Kiwanis Luncheon. July 21 - 1965
  • 7" tape. Radio speech. September 10 - 1965
  • 5" tape. Loveless. October 5 - 1965
  • 5" tape. People's Press Conference. November 16 - 1965
  • 5" tape. Waterloo Kiwanis speech. February 1/Amish Press Conference. February 14/Hughes Recognition Dinner, Waterloo. February 1 - 1966
  • 5" tape. Bank Auditors and Comp speech. February 17/Rural letter carriers-greetings. February 21/American Legion Com?. February 21 - 1966
  • 5" tape. Side 1:Governor's speech at Burlington to Kiwanis, Lions, Rotary. April 11/Side II: Governor's speech-Sheriffs' Seminar-Fort Des Moines Hotel. April 5 - 1966
  • 5" tape. Side 1: #1-522 Commencement speech-State Center, Iowa, Marshall High. May 24/Side II: #0-1100 Speech-Marshalltown Optimist Club. May 20 - 1966
  • 5" tape. Governor's speech. Rotary, Lions, Kiwanis Clubs. May 26 - 1966
  • 5" tape. Commencement-Middle Amana. May 27/Economic Development Conference. June 3 - 1966
  • 7" tape. Cut #1: Governor Hughes on Today Show, NBC, July 6/ Cut #2: Governor Hughes introduces L.B.J. June 30 - 1966
  • 5" tape. Gov. Hughes' Iowa-L.B.J. Popularity Slip on Iowa Poll/Farm Picture Changing/Gov. Hughes' Press Conference at National Governors' Conference. Los Angeles. Also included is audio cassette of Governor's Press Conference. July 5 - 1966
  • 7" tape. Extradition Hearing. July 15 - 1966
  • 5" tape. Governor's speech before the 48th Annual American Legion Department Convention. Fort Des Moines Hotel. August 1 - 1966
  • 7" tape. People's Press Conference. KRNT. August 4 - 1966
  • 7" tape. People's Press Conference. KRNT. August 11 - 1966
  • 5" tape. Governor Hughes' speech before the Iowa Intergovernmental Relations Committee meeting at Fort Des Moines Hotel. August 11/"Mobilizing the State for Dutch Elm Disease Control"/"State-local Cooperation for Traffic Safety" - 1966
  • 5" tape. Algona Fundraising Dinner. August 31 - 1966
  • 5" tape. Governor's Speech-South Central Peace Officer. Winterset. September 7/and others - 1966
  • 5" tape. Waterloo A.F. of L. September 14 - 1966
  • 5" tape. Charles City Service Clubs. September 16/YMCA Industrial Management. September 19 - 1966
  • 5" tape. Governor's Speech-Denison. October 3/Charles City-October 4 - 1966
  • 5" tape. Governor's Speech-Wapello. October 5 - 1966
  • Box 43:
  • 5 " tape. Hughes and Murray. Chamber of Commerce. October 7 - 1966
  • 5" tape. Governor's Speech and Griegs-Storm Lake. October 8/Ottumwa. October 10 - 1966
  • 5" tape. Hughes TV-Audio. October 12 - 1966
  • 5" tape. Burlington Democratic Dinner. October 12 - 1966
  • 3" tape. Hughes' Radio Spots - 1966
  • 3" tape. Hughes' Radio Spots/Murray and Miller (GOP) - 1966
  • 5" tape. Robert Ray, Iowa GOP Chairman-Campaign - 1966
  • 7" tape. Audio Tape "Dub" of the 1967 Inauguration of Iowa Governor Harold Hughes. - 1967
  • 7" tape. Conference Table Program-Governor Hughes and Ed Breen, KVFD-TV, Fort Dodge. March 13 - 1967
  • 5" tape. Governor's Press Conference. May 23 - 1967
  • Audio cassette. Governor's Press Conference. May 23 - 1967
  • 5" tape (2 tapes). Press Conferences. June - 1967
  • 5" tape. Telephone conversation with Paphe? June 28 - 1967
  • 5" tape (2 reels). Democratic Governor's Conference. July 1 - 1967
  • 5" tape. Press Briefing-Tax Package. July 21 - 1967
  • 5" tape. Press Conferences. July-August - 1967
  • 7" tape. "Profile" soundtrack-Governor Hughes, WHO-TV. July 14 - 1967
  • 5" tape. Governor's Press Conferences. August 10-August 31 - 1967
  • 5" tape. Press Conferences? September - 1967
  • 5" tape. Press Conferences? September-October - 1967
  • 5" tape. News Conferences. October31-November 15 - 1967
  • 5" tape. Governor's Speech and News Conference-Sioux City. November 2 - 1967
  • Audio Cassette (2). Governor's Speech and News Conference-Sioux City. November 2 - 1967
  • 5" tape. Governor's Speech-Canada Day-Des Moines. November 3 - 1967
  • 5" tape. NFU Speech-Preston. November 14/Tax Speech-Association of School Boards-Des Moines. November 16 - 1967
  • 5" tape. ? contents. November-December - 1967
  • 5" tape. Governor's Day Speech-University of Iowa - 1967
  • 5" tape. Governor's Press Conferences. Senate Race. December 16 - 1967
  • 5" tape. Special News Conferences? December and January - 1967, 1968
  • 5" tape. Crisis Meeting-Des Moines-Council Bluffs. January 22 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Crisis Speeches-Waterloo-Sioux City. January 25 - 1968
  • Audio cassette (2). Crisis Speeches-Waterloo-Sioux City. January 25 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Crisis Speech - 1968
  • 5" tape. Crisis Speech-Davenport - 1968
  • 5" tape. Crisis Speech-Cedar Rapids - 1968
  • 7" tape (2 reels). "Victory '68" Regional Conference. January 27 - 1968
  • 5" Tape. Press Conferences? January-March - 1968
  • 5" tape. Interview-Governor Harold E. Hughes of Iowa, interviewed by Arnold Bilgore, XEVIP-Mexico City. February 12 - 1968
  • 7" tape. Press Conference/English-Governor Harold E. Hughes-American Embassy-Mexico City. February 12 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Governor's Resource Panel Meeting with Mayors-Meeting of Communities' Task Forces. March 6 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Robert F. Kennedy Speech-Salute to Iowa's future honoring Governor Hughes. March 9 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Press Conferences. March 19-April 16 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Father-Son Banquet-Centerville. April 3/Community Improvement Inc. April 23 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Jackson County Adult Evening School-Maquoketa. April 23/Crime Alert Meeting-Des Moines. April 24/Special Press Conference with (?) Douglas and John Estes, Jr.-Governor's Office. April 25 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Press Conferences (?) March - 1968
  • 5" tape. Robert F. Kennedy reaction to L.B.J. withdrawal-Governor Hughes' Press Conference. April 1 - 1968
  • Box 44:
  • 5" tape. Press Conferences (?). April-May - 1968
  • 5" tape. Clearfield Lions Club. April/Governor's Day Press Conference-University of Iowa. May 1/Governor's Day Speech-University of Iowa, May 1/National Workmen's Comp Symposium-Des Moines. May/New Frontier Club Dinner. May - 1968
  • 5" tape. Governor Hughes Speeches. Young Democrats-Waterloo. May 4/AD-LOV-HO Club-Waterloo. May 4/CAP Directors-Des Moines. May 8/Cambio Club-Des Moines. May/Tifereth Israel Synagogue-Des Moines. May 7 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Hughes Interview. May 10 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Hi-Twelve Club-Des Moines. May 9/Consumer Education Conference-Des Moines. May 10/Muscatine Home Builders Association -Muscatine, Iowa. May 19/News Conference. May 10/First District Democratic dinner-Washington, Iowa. May 14 - 1968
  • 3" tape. Governor Hughes on Robert F. Kennedy's Assassination. June 5 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Press Conference and Speech. Sioux City Stockyards. Sioux City, Iowa. June 18 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Press Conferences. May 20-June 28 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Commencement Speeches: St. Edmond's High School-Fort Dodge, Iowa. May 28/Iowa Lakes Community College-Estherville, Iowa-May 29/Loras College-Dubuque, Iowa. June 2/Denison High School-Denison, Iowa. June 3. Speeches: Des Moines Crime Alert Meeting, Val Air. June 4/Womens Meeting, IUS Memorial Union-Ames, Iowa. June 4/Governor's Press Conference for Robert F. Kennedy. June 5/Governor's Speech at Boys State-Camp Dodge. June 5 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Governor Hughes-Ministers' Meeting. July 9 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Subject Unknown. July 12 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Governor Hughes-5 minutes. July 29 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Campaign Caravan-Family. July 31-August 1 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Press Conferences (?). July-August - 1968
  • 5" tape. Governor in Dubuque. August 9 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Governor Tape. August 11 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Hughes. August 18 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Governor. Week of August 25 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Governor Nomination McCarthy. August 27 - 1968
  • 5" tape. (? Subject). August 30 - 1968
  • 7" tape (2 reels). Governor Hughes' Nomination Speech-Chicago convention. August - 1968
  • 5" tape. Governor Hughes 5 minute radio tape. Week of September 1 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Hughes-Stanley Debate-Waterloo. September 8 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Gov. Hughes 5 minute radio tape. Week of September 15 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Campaign-Sioux City, Sheldon, George, Sibley, and Spencer. September 18-20 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Campaign-Fort Dodge, UAW Meeting in Cedar Rapids, Wartburg College, Davenport Press Conference. September 20-25 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Governor Hughes 5 minute radio tape. Week of September 22 - 1968
  • 5" tape. KRNT Statement on Vietnam. October/Julian Bond Rally, Dowling High School. October/Ames Campaign and others. July - 1968
  • 5" tape. David Stanley, KRNT. October 1/WHO. October 3 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Governor Hughes 5 minute radio tape. Week of October 13 - 1968
  • 7" tape. TV coffee with Governor Hughes. October 17 - 1968
  • 5" tape. KWWL Radio-Waterloo, Iowa. October 17 - 1968
  • 5" tape. KGLA Radio-Algona, Iowa. October - 1968
  • 5" tape. KIOA-Des Moines, Iowa. October - 1968
  • 5" tape. Governor Hughes 5 minute radio tape. Week of October 20 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Sigma Delta Chi-Des Moines. October 20(?)/Governor on People's Press Conference-KRNT-TV. October 23 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Hughes for Senate Tape Received. October 25 - 1968
  • 5" tape (4 reels). Hughes for Senate with Ted Kennedy - 1968
  • 5" tape (3 reels). Hughes for Senator
  • 5" tape. Hughes-Stanley Debate. Des Moines Chamber Meeting as aired on WHO-TV. October 25 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Hughes for Senator. October 30 - 1968
  • 5" tape. L.B.J.-Bombing halt announcement-CBS. October31 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Music for Hughes Committee. November - 1968
  • 5" tape. "Equal time" presentation. Martin Jensen interview with Hughes-WOI-TV, Ames. November 2 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Hughes-Stanley-Higens on KDPS-TV. November 3 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Victory Rally, Savory Hotel. November 6/Victory Statement-News Conference (Governor's Office). November 6/Hughes-Stanley Debate. KRNT-TV, WMT-TV, KGLO-TV. November 3 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Governor's Interview with Frank Nye. December 18/Governor's Interview with Drake Mabry and George Anthan. December - 1968
  • 5" tape. Governor's News Conferences. September-December 11/Mark Brown-AP-Special Interview-Skip Weber Special. December 18 - 1968
  • 5" tape. Hughes-Stanley - 1968
  • 5" tape. Hughes for Senate - 1968
  • 5" tape. Hughes family on Campaign - 1968
  • 5" tape. Ted Kennedy for Governor Hughes - 1968
  • 5" tape (2 reels). Governor Hughes Narrates for "Hughes for Senator" - 1968
  • Box 45:
  • 5" tape. Extradition Hearing for Mrs. Floyd McKinney
  • 5" tape. Briefing at airport for Orient Tour
  • 5" tape. Speech-Dubuque. October 14/Grinnell. October 15
  • 5" tape. Unknown
  • 5" tape. Unknown
  • 5" tape. Unknown
  • 5" tape. Governor's Speech-Danbury. September 20/Clinton. September 21
  • 5" tape. Governor's Speech at Cedar Rapids Democratic dinner. July 27
  • 5" tape. Hughes re: Young People (?) and Press Conference (?)
  • 5" tape. Political-Boone
  • 5" tape. Iowa City ROTC Inspection and Governor's Day at Iowa City. Noon speech/People's Press Conference with Hawkins and Hedberg, KRNT. 1/2 hour program
  • 5" tape. Algona Speech
  • 5" tape. Governor's Speech-Waterloo-Mason City
  • 5" tape. Lakeview (Campaign). July 10
  • 5" tape. Sweet Victory-Ames Breakfast
  • 5" tape. Governor Hughes and troops
  • 5" tape. Charter Oak
  • 5" tape. Hughes. Conference with Ministers (Reel 3)
  • 5" tape. Special Export presentation
  • 5" tape. Davenport. May 5
  • 5" tape. Governor's Speech-Marshalltown. Monday, August 15
  • 5" tape. Swea City Lunch/Draft (Education?)/Forest City Courthouse/Ice Cream Speech
  • 5" tape. 2 Sync takes-no audible slates--gun control(?)
  • 5" tape. Unknown
  • 5" tape. Ames talk with people
  • 5" tape. Fort Dodge Dinner-"Crime"-Swea City Hangar-Negroes
  • 5" tape. Exit in Swea City-Swea Lunch (Hangar)
  • 5" tape. Governor's Speech. Farm Equipment Club-Hotel Kirkwood. May 2
  • 5" tape. 2nd Governor's Radio Taping. August 4
  • 5" tape. Telephone interview-Persons unknown
  • 5" tape. Hughes speaking
  • 5" tape. Hughes Radio Talk
  • 5" tape. Hughes speaking in Council Bluffs (?)
  • 5" tape. Hughes re: Natural Disasters
  • 7" tape. "Packy Hughes-Right to Left" and Judge in Dubuque
  • 7" tape. Hughes Coffee #2
  • 7" tape. Governor Hughes-State of State Address
  • 7" tape. Talk of Chaplain Lester Peters of Fort Madison Penitentiary
  • 7" tape. Fort Madison (?). 16th Anniversary
  • 7" tape. People's Press Conference". May 19
  • 7" tape. Press Conference
  • 7" tape. Hughes - 196?
  • 3" tape. Gubernatorial Campaign Spots
  • 3" tape. Unknown
  • Box 46:
  • 16mm film. WHO Profile Program. August 14 - 1967
  • 16mm film. Iowa Task Force. Iowa Department of Public Instruction - 1968
  • 16mm film. Iowa Task Force - 1968
  • Film. Hughes-Europe and Seat Belts
  • Film. Hughes-Japan
  • Film. Ted Kennedy on Governor Hughes for Senate-2 spots
  • Film. Hughes Demonstration
  • Film. Governor Hughes, #501
  • Film. Governor Hughes
  • Film. KTIV-TV film
  • Film. Hughes. October 11 - 1968
  • Film. Early Film of HEH (Harold E. Hughes) in Governor's years
  • Film. Hughes Campaign Stop-Ottumwa Heights College. October 28/TV Film from London. June 28 - 1968; 1965
  • Series 12: SUBJECT INDEX
  • Sub-Series: A
  • Abortion, S72, S85, S173
  • Abrams, Creighton C., S172
  • Access Control Bill, 20
  • Accountancy Board, 18
  • Acreage Set-Aside, S244
  • Adair, Iowa, S174
  • Adjutant General, 1,18, 29
  • Advertising Club of Des Moines, Inc., 37
  • Aeronautics, S4, S19, S34, S52, S67, S81, S209
  • Aeronautics and Space, S1, S15, S31, S49, S63
  • Aeronautics Commission, 1, 18, 22
  • Africa, S6, S21, S37, S54, S69, S83, S169, S211
  • Aging, 17, S9, S25, S43, S58, S74, S86, S167, S172
  • Aging, Commission, 1, 18, 22
  • Agnew, Spiro T., 30, S174
  • Agriculture, 1, 22, 29, 30, 31, 38, S1, S15, S16, S31, S32, S50, S63, S64, S80, S161, S167, S168, S169, S171, S172, S173, S174, S175, S205, S206, S243, S244, S246, S248
  • Aid to Dependent Children, 34
  • Ainsworth, Iowa, S154
  • Air Force, S174, S175
  • Air Pollution, 1, 16, 18, 32, S13, S29, S30, S47, S61, S76, S87
  • Air Traffic Control, S19
  • Air War Disclosure Act, S171, S172, S174, S206
  • Alaska Pipeline, S170, S174
  • Alcoholism, 1, 17, 18, 29, 31, 37, S135, S136, S137, S138, S139, S140, S141, S142, S143, S144, S145, S146, S147, S148, S149, S150, S165, S166, S167, S168, S169, S170, S171, S172, S173, S174, S175, S227, S237, S240
  • Algona, Iowa, 42, 44, 45, S173, S174
  • Allen, James E., Jr., S168
  • Alioto, Joseph, S170
  • Alta, Iowa, S154
  • American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organization, 42, S167, S169, S173
  • American Political Science Association, 1
  • American Public Power Association, S165
  • Americans for Democratic Action, S166
  • Ames, Iowa, 44, 45, S154, S167, S170, S171, S173, S174
  • Amish, 2, 16, 38, 42
  • Amnesty, S72, S85, S175
  • Anamosa, Iowa, 24, S154
  • Animals, Treatment of, S25, S43, S58
  • Ankeny, Iowa, S154
  • Anthan, George, 44, S170, S171, S175
  • Antimissile Missiles, S165, S168, S171, S206, S240
  • Appeal Board for State Institutional Construction Contracts, 18
  • Apportionment, 12, 13, 33
  • Appropriations, S1, S2, S16, S17, S32, S33, S50, S51, S64, S65, S80, S206
  • Aquinas Institute of Theology, S161
  • Architectural Examiners, 18
  • Area Schools, 4, 18, 29
  • Arlington, Iowa, S154
  • Armaments, S6
  • Armed Services, S2, S3, S17, S33, S34, S51, S52, S65, S66, S80, S81, S151, S152, S172, S 173, S174, S175, S206, S207, S208, S209, S244, S245, S247
  • Armory Board, 19
  • Art, S12, S28, S60, S75
  • Arts Council, 2, 17, 19, 31
  • Asia, S38, S54, S70, S83, S170, S211
  • Assassination, 32
  • Aurelia, Iowa, S154
  • Avoca, Iowa, 38, S154
  • Atomic Energy Commission, 2, S32, S154, S174, S221
  • Attorney General, Iowa, 2, 29, 30
  • Attorney General, U.S., S173
  • Auditor, 2, 31
  • Audubon, Iowa, S154
  • Sub-Series: B
  • Bancroft, Iowa, S154
  • Bank Examination, 42
  • Banking and Currency, S3, S17, S18, S52, S54, S66, S67, S81, S173, S209, S239
  • Banks and Banking, 19, 22, S3, S17, S18, S34, S52, S66, S81, S209
  • Barber Examiners, 19
  • Beck, Robert, 30
  • Bedell, Berkley W., 16, S171
  • Beef, 2, S170, S171, S175, S246
  • Belle Plaine, Iowa, S154
  • Belmond, Iowa, 2
  • Bettendorf, Iowa, S154
  • Biafra, S166
  • Bilgore, Arnold, 43
  • Black Hawk County, Iowa, 23, 24
  • Blair, Ann, S241
  • Blind, Commission, 2, 19, 20, 22
  • Blue, Robert D., 17, 18
  • Board of Control of State Institutions, 19, 22
  • Board of Nursing, 20
  • Board of Regents, 12, 20, 22, 32
  • Bode, Iowa, S154
  • Bond, Julian, 44
  • Boone, Iowa, 45, S154, S172
  • Borodoin, Herbert, S246
  • Bourjaily, Vance, S178, S202
  • Bowers, Emmett, Jr., 38
  • Breen, Edward, 43
  • Bridges, 3, S77
  • Bromwell, James E., 30
  • Brooke, Edward, S171
  • Brown, Mark, 44
  • Buck, Pearl S., S40
  • Budget, 30, S1, S16, S32, S51, S65, S80
  • Buffalo, Iowa, S154
  • Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, S150
  • Bureau of Reclamation, S24
  • Burlington, Iowa, 3, 20, 42, 43, S154, S174, S221
  • Burns, James MacGregor, S243
  • Busing of School Children, S170, S172, S175
  • Butz, Earl, S170, S172, S175
  • Bye, Joseph, S239
  • Sub-Series: C
  • CCC Storage Facilities, S172
  • Calhoun County, Iowa, 24
  • Cambodia, S151, S173, S174, S175, S212, S241, S244, S245
  • Cameron, Gary L., 38
  • Campbell, Edward, S175, S225
  • Capital Punishment, 21, 23, S72
  • Capitol Planning Commission, 3, 19, 22
  • Carnahan, Cleve L., 24
  • Carroll, Iowa, S154
  • Carson, Johnny, S249
  • Carswell, Harrold, S167
  • Casey, Iowa, S154
  • Cavanaugh, Jerome, S247
  • Cedar Falls, Iowa, S154
  • Cedar Rapids, 3, 4, 16, 20, 43, 44, 45, S154, S172, S174, S175
  • Census, S12, S29, S47, S61, S76, S87
  • Centerville, Iowa, 43, S154
  • Central Intelligence Agency, S70, S175
  • Chapin, Iowa, S154
  • Chariton, Iowa, 38, S154
  • Charles City, Iowa, 4, 42, S154
  • Charter Oak, Iowa, 45, S154
  • Chase Manhattan Bank, 38
  • Cherokee, Iowa, S154, S173
  • Cherokee County, Iowa, S154
  • Child Study, S43
  • Children, 17, S74, S86
  • Chile, S175
  • China, S169, S170, S220, S251, S252
  • Chiropractic Examiners, 19
  • Cities, 31, 32, S169
  • Citizenship, 23, 24
  • Civil Aeronautics Board, S221
  • Civil Defense, 3, 19, 30
  • Civil Rights, 3, 31, S8, S24, S42, S57, S72, S85
  • Civil Rights Commission, 3, 19
  • Civil Service Commission, S12, S13, S29, S47, S61, S62, S87, S221, S236
  • Clark, Bob, S241
  • Clark, Dick, 19, S172, S173, S174, S175, S244
  • Clarke College, S161
  • Clearfield, Iowa, 44, S154
  • Clemency, 22, 23, 24
  • Clemons, Iowa, S154
  • Clinton, Iowa, 45, S154, S174, S222
  • Clinton County, Iowa, 24
  • Coal Mining, 3
  • Collins, Iowa, S155
  • Colson, Charles, S247
  • Commerce, 3, 12, S2, S4, S19, S33, S34, S35, S51, S52, S53, S65, S67, S68, S81, S82, S209, S210
  • Commerce Commission, 19, 22, 37
  • Commission on Uniform State Laws, 20
  • Communication, 3, 4, 22, S4, S19, S34, S52, S67, S81
  • Community Action Programs, S173
  • Community Centers, S169
  • Commutations, 22
  • Comptroller, 4
  • Conservation, 7, 17, 22, 31
  • Conservation Commission, 4, 19, 38
  • Constitutional Amendments, S8, S24, S42, S57, S72, S85
  • Constitutional Law, S172, S174, S243, S246
  • Consumer Protection, 44, S4, S19, S34, S52, S67, S82, S175
  • Consumer Protection Agency, S71, S175
  • Cook, Sutherland, S175
  • Coralville Dam, S174
  • Corn Acreage Set-Aside, S244
  • Corn Storage Policy, S174
  • Cornell College, 31
  • Corning, Iowa, S155
  • Corps of Engineers, S206, S207
  • Corrections, 17
  • Correctionville, Iowa, S155
  • Corydon, Iowa, S155
  • Cosmetology Examiners, 19
  • Council Bluffs, Iowa, 37, 43, 45, S155
  • Counties of Iowa, 31
  • Courts, 4, 22, 31, S8, S9, S24, S25, S42, S43, S57, S58, S72, S73, S74, S85, S86, S246
  • Cranston, Alan, S170
  • Crawford, Barry, 8
  • Cresco, Iowa, S155
  • Creston, Iowa, S155
  • Crime, 4, 5, 31, 43, 45, S9, S24, S42, S57, S85, S168, S173, S243, S247, S273
  • Cuba, S171
  • Culver, John C., 2, 3, 7, 8, 11, 14, 30, S174, S247
  • Sub-Series: D
  • DDT (Insecticide), S15, S31, S50, S63, S80
  • Daley, Richard T., 11
  • Dallas County, Iowa, S155
  • Danbury, Iowa, 45
  • Danville, Iowa, S155
  • Davenport, Iowa, 3, 4, 43, 44, 45, S155, S168, S170, S173, S174, S175
  • Davenport Education Association, S173
  • Davenport Job Corps Center, S173
  • Davis, Lanny, S175
  • Day Nurseries, S172
  • Daylight Saving, 20, 21
  • Decatur County, Iowa, S155
  • Decorah, Iowa, S155
  • Dedham, Iowa, S155
  • Defense Department, S1, S16, S32, S51, S64, S242
  • Deluhery, Pat, S175, S228
  • Democratic Party, 5, 16, 19, 26, 29, 31, 32, 35, 36, 43, S28, S165, S166, S167, S168, S170, S171, S173, S174, S175, S225, S239, S241, S243, S246, S248
  • Denison, Iowa, 42, S168
  • Des Moines, Iowa, 3, 4, 42, 43, 44, S156, S161, S165, S166, S167, S170, S172, S173, S174, S175, S239, S246, S247
  • Development Commission, 5, 19, 22, 34
  • DeWitt, Iowa, S174
  • Diers, Lou R., 38
  • Disarmament, S6, S21, S37, S54, S70, S83, S211
  • Disaster Loans, S173, S225
  • Discrimination, S173
  • District Court, 31
  • District of Columbia, S20, S35, S53
  • Drake University, 36, S161, S170, S173
  • Drew, Elizabeth, S169
  • Drug abuse, 11, S11, S26, S44, S59, S75, S86, S150, S165, S166, S167, S168, S169, S170, S171, S172, S173, S174, S175, S237, S240, S241, S242, S243, S247, S248
  • Dubuque, Iowa, 20, 44, 45, S157, S161, S174, S227
  • Dubuque County, Iowa, 24, S171
  • Dupont, Robert L., S150
  • Dyersville, Iowa, S157
  • Sub-Series: E
  • Eagleton, Thomas, S167, S169, S171, S175
  • East (Far East), 29, S6, S21, S37, S54, S69, S83, S211
  • Eastern Iowa Community College, S161
  • Economic Advisory Committee, 17
  • Economic Conversion, S43, S58
  • Economic Development, 31
  • Economic Development Administration, S66
  • Economic Development Conference, 42
  • Economics, S5, S20, S35, S36, S53, S68, S82, S169, S170, S174, S209, S210, S220, S226, S252
  • Edison, Thomas A., 38
  • Education, 12, 30, 33, S10, S11, S25, S26, S43, S44, S48, S58, S59, S69, S74, S77, S86, S88, S214
  • Education, Higher, 7, 32, S10, S25, S43, S74, S86
  • Educational Radio and Television, 19
  • El Camino College, S166
  • Eldora, Iowa, 24
  • Eldridge, Iowa, S157
  • Elk Run Heights, Iowa, S157
  • Emerson, Iowa, S157
  • Emmetsburg, Iowa, S157
  • Emergency Petroleum Allocation Act, S173
  • Employment, 19, 31, S59, S75, S86, S173, S226
  • Employment and Manpower Act, S169
  • Employment Safety Commission, 19
  • Employment Security Commission, 22, 31
  • Energy, S42, S57, S71, S72, S84, S175
  • Engineering Examiners, 19
  • Engle, Paul, S246
  • Environment, S219, S251
  • Environment Protection Agency, S172
  • Equal Rights Amendment, S24, S42, S57, S73
  • Equality Before the Law, S73, S85
  • Erbe, Norman, 29
  • Ervin, Sam, S243
  • Estes, Douglas, 43
  • Estes, John, Jr., 43
  • Europe, 46, S6, S21, S37, S54, S69, S221
  • Evansdale, Iowa, S157
  • Executive Branch Reorganization, S8, S23, S41, S213
  • Executive Council, 5, 6, 12, 31
  • Extradition, 22, 23
  • Sub-Series: F
  • Falk, Dick, S225
  • Farm Income, S1, S31, S50, S63, S80, S205
  • Farm Security Administration, S81
  • Farm Vacation Council, 17
  • Farmers, S175
  • Farmington, Iowa, S157
  • Farmland Industries, Inc., 6
  • Farnhamville, Iowa, S157
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation, S173
  • Federal Communications Commission, S171, S232
  • Federal Drug Administration, S150
  • Federal Power Commission, 6, S4, S19, S34, S52, S67, S225
  • Federal Price Support Program, S167
  • Federal Trade Commission, S4, S19, S34, S67, S175
  • Feed Grain Program, S15, S31, S50, S63, S173
  • Finance, S4, S5, S6, S20, S21, S35, S36, S37, S53, S54, S68, S69, S82, S83, S210
  • Financial Institutions, S18, S34, S52, S66, S81
  • Fire Defense Advisory Committee, 19
  • Firearms, 6, 7, 21, 31
  • Fish and Wildlife, S24, S41, S56, S72, S84
  • Flood Control, 6, 8, 30, 32, S57, S76, S155, S171, S174
  • Floyd County, Iowa, 23
  • Food, 12
  • Food and Drug Administration, S44, S59, S74
  • Food for Peace, 6, S173, S175
  • Food Prices, S173
  • Food Stamps, S15, S31, S63, S80, S171
  • Forbes, Fred, S246
  • Ford, Gerald R., S175, S247
  • Foreign Aid, S1, S7, S16, S21, S32, S38, S54, S64, S70, S83, S171, S174, S211, S212, S 213
  • Fort Dodge, Iowa, 42, 44, 45, S157, S167
  • Fort Madison, Iowa, 24, 45
  • Fort Madison Penitentiary, 45
  • Franklin and Marshall College, S165
  • Franzenburg, Paul, 30, 35, 38
  • Friedheim, Jerry, S244
  • Fulbright-Hays Scholarships, 19
  • Fulton, Robert D., 30, 38, S168, S240
  • Funeral Director Examiners, 19
  • Future Farmers of America, S173
  • Sub-Series: G
  • Gabriel, Charles A., S175
  • Gallagher, James V., 13
  • Garwin, Iowa, S173
  • General Assembly of Iowa, 20, 21
  • General Services Administration, S225
  • George, Iowa, 44
  • Gilbert, Iowa, S157
  • Gillette, Guy M., 18, S172
  • Glenwood Hospital-School, S162
  • Goldman, Kate, S166
  • Goodell, Charles, S167, S240
  • Goodwill Industries of America, S165, S249
  • Goralski, Bob, S244
  • Government Operations, S8, S23, S41, S56, S71, S84, S213
  • Government Reorganization, 6, 17, 19
  • Governor, 6, 7, 17, 20, 26, 31, 32, 38, 43
  • Grain Elevators, S170
  • Grandview College, S162
  • Grant, Bob, S241
  • Grassley, Charles E., 7, 13, 14
  • Gray, Patrick, S173
  • Greene County, Iowa, 22
  • Greigg, Stanley L., 23
  • Grinnell, Iowa, 45, S157, S165
  • Grinnell College, 38, S162, S165
  • Gross, H.R., 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 14, 16, S175
  • Gruening, Ernest, S165
  • Gun Control, 30, 32, S9, S24, S42, S57, S73, S85
  • Sub-Series: H
  • Haig, Alexander, S175
  • Haldeman, H.R., S217
  • Handicapped, 5, 17, 32, S74, S86
  • Hansen, John R., 10
  • Harbors, S77
  • Harlan, Iowa, 7, 38, S157
  • Harris, Fred, S248
  • Hartford, Iowa, S157
  • Hatfield, Mark, S167
  • Haugland, Jean, S172
  • Hawkins, Lex, 6, 45
  • Health, 7, 18, 22, 32, S11, S26, S27, S44, S45, S48, S59, S62, S75, S77, S86, S150, S171, S174, S214
  • Health Department, 7
  • Health, Education, and Welfare, 7, S1, S2, S16, S32, S51, S65, S150, S163, S164, S169, S174
  • Henry County, Iowa, 24
  • Heying, H.L., 38
  • Hickel, Walter, S8
  • Hickenlooper, Bourke B., 3, 6, 7, 8, 16, 30
  • Higher Education Facilities Commission, 19
  • Highway Commission, 7, 19, 22, 32
  • Hoeven, Charles B., 8
  • Hoffmans, Edward, 31
  • Hoover, J. Edgar, S171
  • Hoover Library, 7, S162
  • Hospitals, 19, S11, S26, S44, S59, S75, S214
  • Housing, 12, 31, S3, S18, S34, S52, S62, S66, S77, S81, S209, S215
  • Housing and Urban Development, 7, S1, S16, S32, S155
  • Hughes, Richard, S167
  • Hultman, Evan, 7
  • Human Rights Commission, 17
  • Humboldt, Iowa, S157, S173
  • Humphrey, Hubert H., 11, 12, 30, 36, 38, S32, S41, S173, S178, S185, S186, S208, S224
  • Sub-Series: I
  • IPERS, 19, 32
  • Ida Grove, Iowa, S168
  • Immigration, S9, S24, S42, S57, S73, S85
  • Impeachment, S73, S85, S243
  • Income Tax, 20, 34, S4, S5, S20, S35, S36, S53, S246
  • Independence, Iowa, S157
  • Indian Education, S11, S26, S44, S58, S214
  • Indianola, Iowa, S157
  • Indians, S8, S24, S41, S56, S72, S84
  • Indochina, S168, S169, S171, S175, S246
  • Industrial Commissioner, 19, 22
  • Inflation, 30
  • Insurance, 22, 32, S44, S59, S75, S77, S215
  • Insurance, Health, S82
  • Insurance Commissioner, 19
  • Intergovernmental Relations, 17, S23, S41, S56, S71, S165, S173, S213
  • Interior Department, 8, S1, S8, S16, S24, S32, S41, S42, S51, S56, S57, S71, S72, S84
  • Internal Security, S9, S24, S42, S57, S73, S85
  • International Finance, S3, S34, S67
  • Interstate Commerce Commission, 14, S174, S227
  • Iowa City, Iowa, 31, 45, S157, S170, S174, S175
  • Iowa County, Iowa, S173
  • Iowa Manufacturers Association, S168
  • Iowa Natural Resources Council, 8
  • Iowa State University, 8, 15, S162, S167, S173
  • Iowa Supreme Court, 31
  • Iowa Wesleyan College, S162
  • Iowa Western Community College, S162
  • Israel, S83, S170
  • Sub-Series: J
  • Jackson, Henry, S171, S239
  • Jackson County, Iowa, 43, S157
  • Japan, 7, 8, 16, 38, 46
  • Jasper County, Iowa, 23
  • Javits, Jacob, S170, S171, S249
  • Jefferson, Iowa, S157
  • Jefferson County, Iowa, 24
  • Jensen, Martin, S175
  • Job Corps, 9, S165
  • Johnson, Donald E., 30
  • Johnson, Lyndon B., 16, 30, 32, 37, 42, 43, 44, S172
  • Johnson, Nicholas, 8
  • Johnson County, Iowa, 24, S157
  • Jones, Nadae, S248
  • Judges, 20
  • Judicial Appointments, 19, 20
  • Judiciary Committee, S239
  • Justice Department, S2, S33, S51, S65, S150, S213, S251
  • Juvenile Courts, 31
  • Juvenile Detention Homes, 33
  • Sub-Series: K
  • Kamrar, Iowa, S157
  • Kanawha, Iowa, S157
  • Kennedy, Edward M., 11, 30, 38, 44, 46, S29, S33, S43, S149, S178, S214, S217, S224, S228
  • Kennedy, John F., 38
  • Kennedy, Robert F., 11, 30, 32, 38, 43, 44
  • Keokuk, Iowa, 20, S157
  • Kholos, Bob, S248
  • Kieffer Associates, Inc., 36
  • King, Martin Luther, Jr., 31, 32
  • Kirschbaum, Kathy, S170, S175
  • Kissinger, Henry, S172, S174, S246
  • Knight, Hal, S244
  • Knoxville, Iowa, S157
  • Korea, S239
  • Kossuth County, Iowa, 16, 23
  • Kyl, John, 6, 7, 8
  • Sub-Series: L
  • Labor Commissioner, 8, 20
  • Labor Department, S1, S2, S9, S10, S11, S12, S16, S25, S27, S28, S32, S43, S44, S45, S46, S51, S58, S59, S60, S65, S74, S75, S76, S86, S87, S161, S170, S214, S215
  • Labor Relations, S12, S27, S45, S59, S75, S86
  • Laird, Melvin, S172
  • Lake View, Iowa, 45, S157
  • Lakeside Foundation, S174
  • Land Rehabilitation Advisory Board, 20
  • Landers, Ann, S40, S235
  • Lansing, Iowa, S157
  • Laos, S170, S171
  • Lavelle, John D., S171, S172, S173, S244
  • Law Enforcement, 22
  • Law Enforcement Academy, 8
  • Law Enforcement Assistance program, 4, 5
  • LeGrand, Iowa, S157
  • Lehigh University, S165
  • LeMars, Iowa, S246
  • Leon, Iowa, S157
  • Lewis, John L., S172
  • Libraries, S12, S28, S60, S75
  • Lieutenant Governor, 9
  • Linn County, Iowa, 24, S157
  • Liquor Control Commission, 9, 20, 22, 34
  • Lively, John, 42
  • Lockheed Corp., S34
  • Loveless, Herschel C., 4
  • Lucey, Pat, S168
  • Luther College, S162
  • Sub-Series: M
  • Mabry, Drake, 44
  • McCaffrey, Joe, S241
  • McCarthy, Eugene, 30, 36, 38, 44, S228
  • McDermott, Edward A., 5, 20, S169
  • McGovern, George, 30, 36, S167, S169, S171, S243, S250
  • Madison, C.B., 38
  • Manning, Iowa, S157
  • Manpower, 9, 10, 32, S11, S27, S44, S45, S60, S75, S86, S173, S174, S215
  • Manpower Advisory Committee, 9, 17
  • Manpower Development Council, 20
  • Mansfield, Mike, S171, S173, S244
  • Mapleton, Iowa, S157
  • Maquoketa, Iowa, 43, S157
  • Marble Rock, Iowa, S157
  • Marijuana, 31, S150, S168, S170, S173, S175
  • Marine and Fisheries, S4, S19, S34, S52, S67, S82
  • Marion, Iowa, S157
  • Marshall County, Iowa, 16, 38
  • Marshalltown, Iowa, 42, S157, S175
  • Marycrest College, S162
  • Mason City, Iowa, 45, S157, S174
  • Maynard, Iowa, S157
  • Mayne, Wiley, 14, 16
  • Meat Imports, S171
  • Meat Inspection, S15, S31, S50, S64, S80
  • Mechanicsville, Iowa, 20
  • Mediapolis, Iowa, S157
  • Medicaid, 34
  • Medical Assistance Advisory Council, 20
  • Medical Examiners, 20
  • Medicare, S5, S20, S35, S53, S68, S82, S210
  • Melcher, Iowa, S157
  • Melvin, Iowa, S157
  • Mental Health, 17, 20, 32, S11, S26, S44, S59
  • Mentally Handicapped, 11, 32
  • Merit Employment Commission, 10, 20, 32
  • Methadone, S171, S242, S243
  • Mexico, 32
  • Mezvinsky, Edward, S174
  • Middle Amana, Iowa, 42
  • Middle East, S21, S38, S54, S70, S83, S174, S175, S211, S246
  • Migrant Labor, S11, S45, S60, S75
  • Military Academies, S14, S30, S48, S62, S78, S169, S171, S173
  • Military Assistance, S175
  • Military Budget, S165
  • Military Construction, S2, S33, S51, S65, S80
  • Military Procurement, S168, S171, S174, S207
  • Military Promotions, S172
  • Military Service, Compulsory, 30, S2, S3, S17, S33, S51, S65, S81, S207, S208
  • Military Spending, S175
  • Miller, Jack, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 13, 16, 30
  • Millersburg, Iowa, S157
  • Mills, Max Milo, 30
  • Milo, Iowa, S157
  • Mine Inspector, 20, 22
  • Minerals, 31, S57, S72
  • Mining, 20, S57, S72
  • Minimum Wage, S215
  • Mississippi River, S173
  • Mississippi River Parkway Commission, 10, 20
  • Missouri Basin Inter-Agency Committee, 10
  • Missouri Basin Systems Group, S250
  • Missouri River, 10, S157
  • Mitchell, Donald J., 11
  • Mitchell, John, S170
  • Model Cities, S3, S34, S67, S81
  • Mollenhoff, Clark, S170, S172
  • Mondale, Walter F., 36, S12, S175, S177, S179, S180, S182, S202, S217, S224
  • Monona, Iowa, S157
  • Monroe County, Iowa, S157
  • Monticello, Iowa, S157
  • Morning Sun, Iowa, S157
  • Morton, Bruce, S244
  • Motor Trucks, 30, 31, 34
  • Moulton, Iowa, S157
  • Mount Mercy College, S162
  • Mount Pleasant, Iowa, S157
  • Mount Saint Clare College, S162
  • Murphy, Ray, Sr., 11
  • Muscatine, Iowa, 44, S157, S173
  • Muscular Dystrophy, S174
  • Muskie, Edmund, 30, S170, S171, S244, S250
  • My Lai, S22
  • Sub-Series: N
  • Narcotics, S167
  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration, S2, S17, S32, S51, S65, S167
  • National Farm Institute, S173
  • National Farmers Organization, S169, S241, S244, S247
  • National Guard, 22, 29, 32, S241
  • National Institute of Mental Health, S150
  • National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, S150
  • National Institute on Crime and Delinquency, S168
  • National Highway Safety Commission, S150
  • National Science Foundation, S12, S17, S28, S45, S60, S75
  • National Security, S167, S219, S251
  • Natural Disasters, 45
  • Natural Resources Council, 20, 22
  • Nevada, Iowa, S157
  • New Democratic Coalition, S28, S240
  • New Hartford, Iowa, S157
  • Nixon, Richard M., 30, S168, S169, S170, S171, S172, S173, S174, S175, S217, S239, S243, S248
  • Norland, Dean, S171
  • Northwestern College, S174, S246
  • Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, 32, S7
  • Nuclear Weapons, S171, S172
  • Nursing Homes, S11, S26, S44, S59, S75, S214
  • Nutrition, S12, S28, S46, S60
  • Nye, Frank T., 13, 44
  • Sub-Series: O
  • Oakland, Iowa, S157
  • Oakville, Iowa, S157
  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration, S87, S171
  • Occupational Training, S173
  • Office of Economic Opportunity, 10, 19, S58, S150, S231
  • Office of Emergency Planning, 5
  • Office of Technology Assessment, S78
  • Offutt Air Force Base, S162
  • Oil Depletion Allowance, S36, S53
  • Oil Import Quotas, S172
  • Oil Shortage, S172
  • Okoboji, S171
  • Old Age Assistance, 34
  • Old Age Homes, S173
  • Optometry Examiners, 20
  • Orange City, Iowa, S174, S246
  • Orchard, Iowa, S157
  • Osceola County, Iowa, S158
  • Oskaloosa, Iowa, S158
  • Otho, Iowa, S158
  • Ottumwa, Iowa, 20, 42, 43, 46, S158, S174, S226
  • Ottumwa Heights College, 46, S162
  • Owen, Kenneth E., 38
  • Sub-Series: P
  • Pardon, 23, 24
  • Pari-Mutuel Betting, 21
  • Parks, 31, S57, S72, S84
  • Parnell, Iowa, S158
  • Parole Board, 20
  • Parsons College, S162
  • Partners of the Alliance, 11
  • Peace Officers Association, 31
  • Pella, Iowa, 38
  • Pensions, S62, S68, S77, S82, S88, S210, S215
  • Percival, Iowa, S158
  • Petroleum, S172, S173, S174
  • Pharmacy Examiners, 20
  • Physical Fitness Council, 17
  • Physical Therapy Examiners, 20
  • Pittenger, John, S165
  • Planning and Programming, 11, 13, 14, 32
  • Pleasant Hill, Iowa, S158
  • Pleasant Plain, Iowa, S158
  • Pleasant Valley, Iowa, S158
  • Plymat, William, 30, S149, S240
  • Pocahontas County, Iowa, 16
  • Podiatry Examiners, 20
  • Political Prisoners, S83
  • Politics, Practical, 3 26, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 44, 45, S28, S29, S30, S46, S78, S79, S89, S170, S172, S174, S245, S246, S247, S248, S250
  • Polk County, Iowa, 24, 29, S158, S170, S174
  • Poll-Tax, 20
  • Pollution, S37, S47, S57, S61, S76
  • Pomerantz, Harry, S175
  • Population, S28, S46, S60, S76, S87
  • Pornography, S24, S42, S73, S85
  • Postal Service, S12, S13, S17, S29, S33, S47, S61, S76, S87, S174, S235
  • Pottawattamie County, Iowa, S158
  • Poverty, 30, 32, 33, S9, S10, S25, S43, S58, S74, S75, S86, S173
  • Prayer, S9, S24, S42, S57, S85, S225, S235, S246
  • Preserves Advisory Board, 11, 20
  • Presidents---United States-- Election, 36, S9, S24, S42, S57, S225
  • Press, 32, 33
  • Press Conferences, 42, 43, 44, 45
  • Press Releases, 25, S164, S165, S166, S167, S168, S169, S170, S171, S172, S173, S174, S175
  • Preston, Iowa, 43
  • Price Regulation, S173
  • Price Supports, S1, S15, S31, S50, S64, S206
  • Princeton, Iowa, S158
  • Printing Board, 20
  • Prisoners of War, S22, S38, S54, S70, S83
  • Prisons, 24, 33, S42, S57, S73, S85, S170, S174
  • Prohibition Party, 33
  • Property Tax, 14, 21, 22, 34, S170
  • Proxmire, William, S175, S240
  • Public Instruction, Department of, 12, 20, 22
  • Public Land Law Review Commission, 12
  • Public Lands, S8, S24, S42, S47, S57, S72, S84
  • Public Opinion Polls, 36
  • Public Safety Department, 12, 20, 22
  • Public Schools, S161
  • Public Utilities, 34
  • Public Welfare, 18, 20, 22, S5, S9, S10, S11, S12, S20, S25, S27, S28, S36, S43, S44, S45, S46, S58, S59, S60, S74, S75, S76, S86, S87, S214, S215
  • Public Works, S13, S29, S30, S32, S47, S61, S65, S76, S77, S87, S88, S170
  • Pueblo Incident, 30
  • Sub-Series: R
  • Rabies, 18
  • Race Problems, 32
  • Radford, Charles, S246
  • Radio Broadcasting, 26
  • Railroads, 34, S12, S27, S45, S60, S75, S86, S173, S174, S210
  • Rapp, Steve, S247
  • Rasmussen, Clark, S175
  • Rathbun Dam, 12, 38, S158
  • Ray, Robert D., 7, 30, 43, S67
  • Reagan, Ronald, 30
  • Real Estate Commission, 20
  • Recreation, S57
  • Red Oak, Iowa, S158
  • Red Rock Dam, 12
  • Refugees, S9, S24, S42, S57, S73, S85
  • Rehabilitation, S172
  • Rehnquist, William, S170
  • Religion, S234, S235, S236
  • Remsen, Iowa, S158
  • Republican Party, 29, 30, 33, 36, 43, S171
  • Reserve Officers Training Corps, 45
  • Retirement, S61, S76, S87
  • Revenue, Department of, 12, 34
  • Revenue Sharing, S36, S53, S68, S172, S173
  • Reynolds, Frank, S247
  • Richardson, Elliot, S172, S173
  • Ridgeway, Iowa, S158
  • Right to Work Laws, 21, 32
  • Riley, Tom, 14, 30
  • Ringgold County, Iowa, S158
  • Riots, 30, 31, 32
  • Rivers, S77
  • Roads, 7, 32, S5, S13, S20, S30, S47, S53, S57, S61, S76, S166, S173, S174, S175, S209, S227
  • Rock Island Arsenal, S172, S236
  • Rock Rapids, Iowa, S158
  • Rock Valley, Iowa, S158
  • Rockefeller, Nelson, 30, S175
  • Rolfe, Iowa, S158
  • Romney, George, 30
  • Rural Electrification, 12, S1, S15, S31, S50, S64, S206
  • Rural Environmental Assistance Program, S236
  • Sub-Series: S
  • Sales Tax, 34
  • Saylorville Dam, 38
  • Scalise, Lawrence F., 38
  • Scherle, William J., 3, 7, 14
  • Scherling, Richard E., 38
  • Schieffer, Bob, S244
  • Schleswig, Iowa, 38
  • Schmidhauser, John R., 2, 30
  • Schmitz, Larry, S246
  • Scholarships, 32
  • School Boards, 43
  • Schools, 20, 32, 33, S172
  • Schwengel, Fred, 3, 7, 8, 16, 30
  • Science Advisory Committee, 18
  • Scott County, Iowa, 24
  • Secretary of State, Iowa, 31
  • Securities, S18, S34, S209
  • Security Medical Facility, 10
  • Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, S158
  • Serviceman's Ballot Commission, 20
  • Shaff Plan, 13
  • Shaw, Bernard, S244
  • Sheldon, Iowa, 44
  • Shellsburg, Iowa, S158
  • Shelly, Jack, 42
  • Shenandoah, Iowa, S158
  • Sibley, Iowa, 44
  • Sidney, Iowa, S158
  • Simpson College, S162
  • Sioux Center, Iowa, S174, S175
  • Sioux City, Iowa, 3, 20, 42, 43, 44, S158, S173, S227
  • Sioux County, Iowa, S246
  • Sioux Empire College, S162
  • Sirica, John, S175
  • Sloan, Iowa, S158
  • Small Business Administration, 38, S3, S18, S34, S52, S67, S81
  • Smith, Neal, 2, 8
  • Social Security Administration, S6, S21, S36, S37, S53, S68, S69, S82, S174
  • Social Services Department, 13, 20, 34, S173
  • Soil Conservation, 20, 22, 31, S1, S16, S32, S50, S64, S80, S206
  • Soth, Lauren, S173
  • South America, S7, S21, S22, S38, S54, S70, S83, S211
  • South Central Iowa Community Action Program, S158, S237
  • Southern Iowa Economic Development Association, S237
  • Soviet Union, S7, S22, S38, S55, S70, S83, S211
  • Soybean, S174
  • Spencer, Iowa, 20, 44, S158
  • Spirit Lake, Iowa, S168, S174
  • Stanhope, Iowa, S158
  • Stanley, C. Maxwell, S56
  • Stanley, David M., 30, 32, 33, 44
  • Stanton, Iowa, S158
  • State Center, Iowa, 42
  • State Department, S7, S22, S38, S55, S70
  • State Fair, 13
  • State Library, 20, 22
  • Steffen, Vince, 13
  • Stennis, John, S247
  • Stevenson, Adlai, III, S166, S245
  • Storm Lake, Iowa, 43, S158
  • Storms, S170
  • Strategic Arms Limitation Talks, S70, S83, S169
  • Stratford, Iowa, S158
  • Strawberry Point, Iowa, S158
  • Supersonic Transport Planes, S168
  • Supreme Court, Iowa, 20
  • Supreme Court, U.S., 31, S9, S25, S42, S57
  • Surplus Agricultural Commodities, S16, S32, S64
  • Swea City, Iowa, 45
  • Symington, Stuart, S244, S247
  • Sub-Series: T
  • Taft-Hartley Act, S12, S27, S45, S60
  • Tama, Iowa, S158, S175
  • Tama Indian Settlement, 14, S175
  • Tariff, S5, S20, S35, S53, S68, S82, S211
  • Taxation, 14, 15, 16, 30, 32, 33, 34, 43, S5, S20, S35, S53, S54,S69, S82, S83, S169, S170, S171, S173, S174
  • Tax Commission, 20, 22
  • Teamsters, 38
  • TePaske, Maurice, S173, S174
  • Terril, Iowa, S158
  • Thomas, Richard S., S205
  • Thompson, Iowa, S159
  • Tipton, Iowa, S159
  • Tjernagel Family, S170, S237
  • Tokyo, Japan, 7
  • Toledo, Iowa, S159
  • Tornadoes, 30, 32, S158
  • Trade Missions, 16
  • Traffic Safety Coordinating Committee, 16, 18, 42
  • Transportation, 34, S4, S17, S19, S33, S35, S52, S65, S67, S82, S169, S210
  • Transportation Department, 16
  • Treasurer of State, 16, 22, 31
  • Treasury Department, S17, S33
  • Truesdale, Iowa, S159
  • Truman, Harry S, S172
  • Trusts, Industrial, S8, S24, S42, S57, S85
  • Turner, Richard, 30
  • Tydings, Joseph, S240
  • Sub-Series: U
  • Unemployed, 31, S54, S169, S171
  • United Auto Workers, 44, S166
  • United Jewish Appeal, S173, S175
  • United Nations 18, 30, S7, S22, S39, S55, S70, S83, S168, S170, S211, S246
  • United Way, S175
  • Universities and Colleges, 32
  • University of Iowa, 14, 15, 43, 44, S162
  • University of Northern Iowa, 13, S162
  • Upper Iowa College, S162
  • Upper Iowa River Association, S159
  • Upper Mississippi River Interstate Compact, 16
  • Upper Mississippi River NATIONAL Recreation Center, S159
  • Urban Renewal, S3, S67, S81
  • Urban Transportation, S18, S170
  • Urbandale, Iowa, S159
  • Sub-Series: V
  • Van Meter, Iowa, S159
  • Vanocur, Sander, 16
  • Venereal Diseases, S247
  • Veterans, S6, S10, S21, S26, S37, S44, S48, S54, S62, S77, S88, S170, S172, S173, S174, S175, S215, S216, S236
  • Vice-Presidents, S175
  • Victims of Crimes, 22
  • Vietnam, 16, 30, 32, 34, 37, 38, 44, S7, S22, S23, S38, S39, S40, S55, S56, S70, S71, S83, S151, S165, S166, S167, S168, S169, S170, S171, S173, S174, S175, S212, S220, S225, S240, S241, S244, S246, S248, S251
  • Vocational Education, 20, 29, S10, S26, S44, S58, S74, S86
  • Vocational Rehabilitation, S12, S45, S60, S173
  • Volunteers in Service to America, S49
  • Voting, 22, 34, S25, S42, S57, S73
  • Voting Machine Commissioners, 20
  • Sub-Series: W
  • Wages, S12, S27, S45, S60, S75, S87
  • Walcott, Iowa, S159
  • Wallace, George C., 11, 30, S171
  • Wallace, Mike, S246, S247
  • Walnut, Iowa, S159
  • Wapello, Iowa, 42, S159
  • War Powers Bill, S174
  • Wartburg College, 44, S162
  • Washington, Iowa, 44
  • Washington County, Iowa, 23
  • Washta, Iowa, S159
  • Watchmakers' Board, 20
  • Water, S57
  • Water Conservation, 31, S1, S16, S32, S50, S64, S80, S206
  • Water Pollution, 16, 18, 20, 32, S13, S30, S47, S61, S77, S88
  • Water-Power, S84
  • Water Projects, S13, S24, S30, S47, S61, S77
  • Waterfowl, S172
  • Watergate, S73, S85, S173, S174, S244
  • Waterloo, Iowa, 3, 16, 31, 42, 43, 44, 45, S159, S166, S170, S247
  • Waukon, Iowa, 38
  • Waverly, Iowa, S159
  • Weber, Harrison, 44
  • Weber, Otto, 42
  • Webster City, Iowa, S159
  • Weinberger, Casper, S172
  • Weitzell, Rex, 3
  • Welfare, 34, S54, S69, S83, S172
  • West Branch, Iowa, S159
  • Westmar College, S162
  • Wheat, S170, S174
  • Wheeler, Earl, S152
  • White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, 7
  • Wildlife Conservation, 31
  • Wilton, Iowa, S174
  • Winfield, Iowa, S159
  • Winterset, Iowa, 42, S159
  • Women, Iowa Commission on the Status of, 18, 22
  • Women Soldiers, S172, S173, S208
  • Woodbury County, Iowa, 22, 23, 24, S173
  • Workmen's Compensation, S86
  • World Bank, S8
  • World Peace Broadcasting Foundation, S240
  • Worth County, Iowa, S159
  • Worthington, Lorne R., 38
  • Sub-Series: Y
  • Yamanashi, Japan, 16
  • Yarborough, Ralph, S167, S239
  • Young Men's Christian Association Industrial Management, 42
  • Youth Corps, S174
  • Yucatan, 16, 38
  • Sub-Series: Z
  • Zimmerman