Inventory of the Robert J. Lagomarsino Collection: Federal Collection, 1974-1992.

Inventory prepared by Evelyn S. Taylor, Archivist and Nicole Volpe, Student Assistant.
Robert J. and Norma M. Lagomarsino Archives
California State University Channel Islands Library
One University Drive
Camarillo, CA 93102
Phone: (805) 437-8830
Fax: (805) 437-8569
Email: evelyn.taylor@csuci.edu
URL: http://library.csuci.edu/collections/
© 2003
Robert J. and Norma M. Lagomarsino Archives. All rights reserved.

Inventory of the Robert J. Lagomarsino next hit Collection: Federal Collection, 1974-1992.

Collection Number: 1/92

California State University Channel Islands

Robert J. and Norma M. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit Archives

Camarillo, CA

Contact Information:

  • California State University Channel Islands Library
  • Robert J. and Norma M. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit Archives
  • One University Drive
  • Camarillo, CA 93012
  • Phone: (805) 437-8830
  • Fax: (805) 437-8569
  • Email: evelyn.taylor@csuci.edu
  • URL: http://library.csuci.edu/collections/
Processed by:
Evelyn S. Taylor, Archivist and Nicole Volpe, Student Assistant.
Date Completed:
2001.
Encoded by:
Miranda Nighbor.
Date Encoded:
2002.
© 2003 Robert J. and Norma M. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit Archives. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Inventory of the Robert J. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit Collection: Federal Collection,
Date (inclusive): 1974-1992.
Collection number: 1/92
Creator: previous hit Lagomarsino next hit , Robert J. (Robert John)
Extent: 200 Linear Feet
Repository: California State University Channel Islands

Robert J. and Norma M. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit Archives
Camarillo, CA 93012
Abstract: This collection documents Federal issues occurring during Robert J. previous hit Lagomarsino's next hit public serve as a United States Congressman from 1974 to 1992. The collection also includes current events. The collection consists of correspondence, congressional bills, memoranda, newsletters, press releases, news articles, research publications, special reports, and speeches.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

The collection is open for research. Some confidential matter is restricted.

Publication Rights

Reproduction of archival material is subject to the terms and conditions of the Copyright Act. See US Code: Title 17, Section 107, Fair Use, for provisions and guidelines, which include limited, non-profit use for scholarship. The researcher, by signing the registration card, agrees not to quote, publish, reproduce, or display the copy in whole or in part, without permission from the University Library and the copyright owner. Copies may not be further duplicated nor deposited in or given to other institutions, without the written permission of the University Library and the copyright owner. Securing permission to publish is the responsibility of the user. The researcher, by signing the registration card, agrees to hold harmless the University and its governing body and associates and the Library and its staff against all suits, claims, actions, and expenses arising out of his/her use of unpublished materials obtained from the archives.
Libelous statements and the invasion of privacy are actionable under law. The researcher, by signing the registration card, agrees to hold harmless the University and its governing body and associates and the Library and its staff against all suits, claims, actions, and expenses arising out of his/her unlawful actions regarding any and all information obtained from the archives. Those topics designated specially are deemed confidential, containing sensitive material protected by law, and will not be produced unless and until express consent is given by the subject individual. See the 1974 FERPA legislation (also called The Buckley Amendment) re: academic information and CA Civil Code Sections 1798.24-1798.24(b).

Preferred Citation

Robert J. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit Collection, California State University Channel Islands; Leg. Issue Files, 1/7; Letter to Ronald Reagan from Robert previous hit Lagomarsino next hit ; 2/1/80.

Acquisition Information

The collection was donated by Robert J. and Norma M. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit to the Robert J. and Norma M. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit Archives.

Biography

It was 1965, when California State Senator Robert previous hit Lagomarsino next hit first voted to authorize funds for an advance acquisition site study for a state college. At that time, he also introduced Senate Bill #70, which called for the establishment of a state college for Ventura County. Almost twenty-five years later, Mr. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit continued his fight for a Ventura County university at a 1990 California State University site selection meeting. In 1992, Mr. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit generously dedicated his papers, furniture, and memorabilia to California State University, Northridge's satellite campus in Ventura, California. The donated collection was transferred in 2000 to California State University Channel Islands, Ventura County's own four year university.
Robert J. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit is a native of Ventura County with a long and distinguished career in public service. He was born on September 4, 1926 in Ventura, California and attended Ventura High School. Mr. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit served in the United States Navy as a pharmacist mate during World War II. He graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 1950 and later, the Santa Clara University School of Law in 1954. In 1958, he was elected to the Ojai City Council and shortly thereafter, served as its mayor at the age of 32. In 1961, he was elected to the California Senate and in that same year, was named as one of five outstanding young men in the State by the California Junior Chamber of Commerce.
In Sacramento, Robert previous hit Lagomarsino next hit gained a reputation as a hard-working, effective legislator and was re-elected three times (1961-1974), the later years under then governor, Ronald Reagan. At the time of his election to the U.S. Congress, Mr. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit was the senior ranking senator from Southern California and a member of the five person Senate Rules Committee, after having served as Chairman of the Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Wildlife. Major legislative achievements from this time period include the Garrigus- previous hit Lagomarsino next hit Act (1963), which authorized vocational education centers in each county of the State; the California Child Anti-Pornography Act (1969); the Marine Resources Protection Act (1970); the California Wild and Scenic Rivers legislation; the Jury Reform Act (1972); the Consumer Protection Act (1972), which authorized cities to create anti-fraud units; and the Welfare Reform Act (1973).
After serving twelve years in the California Senate, Robert previous hit Lagomarsino next hit became the only Republican elected to the United States House of Representatives in March of 1974, in a special election, when his own congressional 19th district representative, Charles Teague, suddenly passed away. During his service as a United States Congressman from 1974-1992, Robert previous hit Lagomarsino next hit was an active member of two major House Committees: the Foreign Affairs Committee, as the third-ranking Republican and the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, as the second-ranking Republican. He was a Congressional Observer to the Geneva Arms Controls Talks and Vice Chairman of the Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere Affairs, which oversaw U.S. relations with Canada, Central America, and South America. He was also Chairman of the National Republican Institute for International Affairs, Co-Chairman of the Congressional Task Force on Afghanistan, and a member of the Asian and Pacific Affairs Committee. In addition, Mr. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit served as Chairman of the POW/MIA Task Force, the only official body of Congress that was chaired by a Republican and was House author of a measure creating the Prisoner of War medal.
Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit made several trips abroad, by way of a study or investigative group, which would subsequently generate a report or commentary based upon notable observations and perceptions. He toured South America, the Far East, the Pacific Region, the Soviet Union, and Europe numerous times, but held a particular interest in Southeast Asia; meeting with the Laos government in 1989 and, later, the Vietnamese government in 1990, to obtain information on POWS/MIAS in Southeast Asia.
He toured the Panama Canal as part of President Carter's diplomacy and was an observer to the Panama National Elections and Kuwait invasion under President Bush. Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit also attended annual interparliamentary conferences held in Mexico and on the European continent.
During his service in Washington, Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit specialized in environmental concerns, foreign affairs (particularly Latin America), and illegal drug trafficking. He authored legislation which created the Channel Islands National Park, the Dick Smith Wilderness Area, the Los Padres National Forest, and co-authored the Drug War Bond Act and the Violent Crime and Drug Control Act. He was a leader in efforts to open overseas markets to U.S. products and to ban transfer of strategic goods or technology. Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit also maintained a voting record of 99%, with a resounding NO vote to every proposed congressional pay raise.
As the elected Secretary of the Republican Conference, Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit met regularly with President Ronald Reagan while Congress was in session. He was the President's congressman.
Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit compiled a consistent record over his twenty-five year career in support of clean air and water, conservation, governmental efficiency, law enforcement, safe transportation of hazardous materials, tax reform, strong military defense, veterans affairs, and was an early leader in preventive efforts of nuclear proliferation.
In 1992, Mr. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit lost the primary congressional election to multimillionaire Michael Huffington by five points. A congressional reapportionment plan that aided Republicans in California by eliminating a Democratic gerrymander, also placed Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit in an enormously complicated position, before the primary election. Mr. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit ended up in the same district as his Simi Valley colleague, Representative Elton Gallegly.
Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit , not wishing to split the Republican party, chose to leave his hometown and stay with the Santa Barbara portion of his old district. There, he ran into Huffington, who challenged him in the primary. Despite considerable encouragement by his constituents to become a write-in candidate for the general election, Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit realized the inherent obstacles of finances and ballot technicalities and graciously declined. Huffington went on to serve one term as a member of Congress; losing a 1994 bid for the Senate.
Mr. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit has been honored by organizations as diverse as the California and National Wildlife Federation, which named him Legislative Conservationist of the Year and the California Peace Officers Association, which bestowed the title of Legislator of the Year. The Channel Islands National Park Visitors Center even bears his name: The Robert J. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit Visitors' Center.
Robert previous hit Lagomarsino next hit continues to play a part in history through abundant community involvement. A devoted member of the American Legion, Elks, Moose, and Rotary Club, he currently serves on the Community Advisory Board of the Channel Island campus of California State University, the Santa Cruz Island Foundation, the Santa Barbara Channel Foundation, and as Chairman of the Advisory Board for Food Share of Ventura.
On a broader and more international scale, Mr. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit continues to sharpen his foreign relations skills as the Chairman of the Board of the American Alliance for Tax Equity and Vice Chairman of the American Samoa Economic Advisory Commission. He is also a member of the World Affairs Council of Ventura County and the Santa Barbara Committee on Foreign Relations.

Scope and Contents of Collection

The Robert J. previous hit Lagomarsino next hit Collection documents Mr. previous hit Lagomarsino's next hit service as a California State Senator (1961-1974) under governors Brown and Reagan and as a United States Representative (1974-1992) under presidents Nixon, Ford, Carter, Bush, and Reagan. The collection includes original furniture as displayed in the library exhibit room, artifacts, photographs, and a special compilation of original correspondence and memorabilia from government officials and celebrities. The collection also details the previous hit Lagomarsino next hit family history, documenting Ventura County's early beginnings in the State.
Events documented in the archives include various Watergate hearing transcripts and the final analysis of the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger. The congressional files offer exclusive special reports made by U.S. observation delegations during their world travels, addressing international state of affairs in Central America, the Middle East, the Far East, and the Soviet Union.
For those particularly interested in California history, the archive encompasses a wide range of Ventura County events and personalities, such as the Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan campaigns for governor in the 1960s, Santa Barbara student demonstrations regarding the Vietnam War in the 1970s, the space shuttle program at Vandenberg Air Force Base in the 1980s, and tanker oil spills affecting the Santa Barbara Channel in the 1990s.

Arrangement

The files originally maintained by the Congressman's office were arranged per every two Congresses (or four sessions) and that organization has been mirrored in the organization of these archival materials.
Congressional Terms in Collection: 1973-1976, (93-94 Congress); 1977-1980, (95-96 Congress); 1981-1984, (97-98 Congress); 1985-1988, (99-100 Congress); 1989-1992, (101-102 Congress).

Organization

Federal Collection

  • The Federal Collection is divided into fourteen manuscript record groups and six non-manuscript record groups. The previous hit Lagomarsino next hit Archives also maintains its own Special Collections, consisting of original (signed) letters from the administrations of Richard Nixon to George Bush and autographed photographs from celebrities and government officials.
  • Record Group 1: Legislative Issue Files 1973-1992 (Congressional Terms: 93-102)

    • 67 Boxes
    • The files under this record group consist of correspondence, congressional bills, memoranda, newsletters, press releases, news articles, research publications, special reports, and speeches reflecting two decades of national and international issues.
    • Subgroup I: 1973-1976

      • This subgroup covers the 93-94 Congress.
    • Subgroup II: 1977-1980

      • This subgroup covers the 95-96 Congress.
    • Subgroup III: 1981-1984

      • This subgroup covers the 97-98 Congress.
    • Subgroup IV: 1985-1988

      • This subgroup covers the 99-100 Congress.
    • Subgroup V: 1989-1992

      • This subgroup covers the 101-102 Congress.
  • Record Group 2: Constituent Files 1973-1992 (Congressional Terms: 93-100)

    • 15 Boxes
    • Series I, II, IV, V, VII contain some confidential material protected by law and will not be produced unless express consent is given by the subject individual.
    • Series I: Constituent Case Files

      • The constituent case files and constituent departmental files are similar to the constituent issue files and the constituent congressional bill files, in that all pertain to individual constituent issues brought to the attention of Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit , requesting his assistance to resolve the matter. The constituent case files address issues which can be resolved by a governmental agency.
    • Series II: Constituent Departmental Files

      • The constituent departmental files concern issues which directly affect or involve departmental agencies or organizations such as the Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic or Department of Health employees.
    • Series III: Constituent Form Letter Responses

      • The constituent form letter responses are form letters sent in response to correspondence received by Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino's next hit office relating to specific topics, such as the economy, child pornography, Medicare, the Persian Gulf War, Social Security, and terrorism.
    • Series IV: Constituent Issue Files

      • Constituent issue files address matters pertaining to the interest of more than one constituent and are divided into topics similar to the Legislative Issue Files of Record Group One.
    • Series V: Constituent Congressional Bill Files

      • The constituent congressional bill files encompass congressional bills which Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit introduced on behalf of constituents, usually concerning immigration issues or Social Security. The files also contain correspondence referring to the particular bill in question.
    • Series VI: Constituent Thank You Files

      • The constituent thank you files and constituent 1992 election support letters reflect a personal nature, thanking Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit for his assistance on a particular constituent's behalf or relaying assurances for his reelection to Congress.
    • Series VII: Constituent Academy Appointment Files

      • The constituent academy appointment files contain applications, grade reports, SAT transcripts, and correspondence relating to those high school students in Congressional previous hit Lagomarsino's next hit district who wished to be considered for an Academy appointment to either Westpoint, Annapolis, the U.S. Air Force Academy or the Merchant Marines Maritime Academy.
    • Series VIII: Constituent 1992 Election Support Letters

      • The constituent thank you files and constituent 1992 election support letters reflect a personal nature, thanking Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit for his assistance on a particular constituent's behalf or relaying assurances for his reelection to Congress.
  • Record Group 3: Voting Record Files 1973-1992 (Congressional Terms: 93-102)

    • 39 Boxes
    • Series I: Legislative Activity Guide

      • A month-to-month recordation of daily activities within the House. This includes a synopsis of resolutions on the floor, by whom, and the outcome (motions, Yeas and Nays). The Guide not only includes Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino's next hit voting activity, but also a detailed explanation of all other voting activity, such as voice, division, and teller votes.
    • Series II: Bill Synopsis

      • A synopsis of each bill introduced, indicating sponsorship, final vote, detailed description, and amendments (if applicable).
    • Series III: Weekly Voting Record

      • Consists of actual pages from the House Congressional Record re: synopsis of House Resolutions (H.R.) and result.
    • Series IV: Individual Record and Subject Guide

      • Subseries I: Category Books

        • This subseries organizes Resolutions (House or Senate) into topics. The bills are listed in chronological detail, with description, roll call, and outcome provided.
      • Subseries II: Individual Records

        • This subseries consists of Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino's next hit voting and attendance records. The voting record includes the date, the page in the Congressional Records, a brief description, previous hit Lagomarsino's next hit response, and the total vote or response. previous hit Lagomarsino's next hit personal cumulative voting record is also noted.
      • Subseries III: Roll Call Subject Guides

        • This subseries provides a general categorization of House Resolutions by date, a brief description of the bill on the floor for that day, and the outcome.
    • Series V: Vote Analysis and Justification

      • Subseries I: House Record Vote Analysis

        • This subseries is a computer print-out which provides an exceedingly detailed description re: the congressional bill, the action taken (whether the bill was passed), and the vote count (Yeas and Nays). The print-out also supplies the Public Law Number and Legislative Digest pages.
      • Subseries II: Congressional Veto of Executive Actions

        • This subseries is the Committee's Congressional Veto of Executive Actions, a memorandum discussing the tilt of legislative power towards the Executive Branch.
      • Subseries III: Vote Justifications

        • This subseries is the Committee's Vote Justifications, a synopsis of particular bills in the House, the representatives and their amendments which relate to that bill, and the outcome. Also included is a brief outline of [the] ''reasoning one may use in justifying a conservative voting position on these votes.''
    • Series VI: Questionnaires and Form Responses (A-H)

      • Subseries I: Constituent Questionnaires

        • Constituent group or organization questionnaires to Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit regarding his voting record or stance on various topical issues.
      • Subseries II: Form Responses

        • Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino's next hit form responses to individual constituents regarding his voting record or position on various topical issues. This subseries is complete, despite a lack of topics from I to Z. This subseries encompasses only the 99-100 Congress.
    • Series VII: Form Responses (Topical)

      • These are similar to the Form Responses in Series VII, except that they are general responses, with no addresses on the letter. This subseries is complete, despite lack of topics from A to Z. This subseries encompasses only the 99-100-101-102 Congresses (1985-1992).
    • Series VIII: Legislative Profile

      • Subseries I: Legislative Profiles

        • The profiles were prepared by the Committee on House Administration for Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit and encompasses the following: (1) List of Sponsored Measures; (2) List of Co-Sponsored Measures; (3) List of Sponsored Measures Organized by Committee Referral; and (4) List of Co-Sponsored Measures Organized by Committee Referral. (This subseries begins with January 1977.)
      • Subseries II: Members of the California Legislature and Other State Officials

        • This subseries consists of a manuscript summation of prominent legislatures from 1981-1983.
      • Subseries III: Legislative Digest

        • This subseries contains House Republican Conference summaries of amendments on a weekly basis.
      • Subseries IV: How They Voted

        • This subseries contains the Business Advocate re: the First Session of the 100th Congress (1987).
      • Subseries V: How They Voted

        • This subseries contains the Business Advocate re: the First Session of the 101st Congress (1989).
      • Subseries VI: Liberty Ledger

        • re: the First Session of the 101st Congress (1989).
      • Subseries VII: House Resolutions

        • re: Foreign Affairs. Details the bill, the Public Law Number; the sponsor and co-sponser, the final vote, and the administrative position (Signed by the President). This subseries is available only for the 101-102 Congress (1989-1992).
    • Series IX: Congressional Records

      • Contains original Congressional Record pages beginning with 1974.
  • Record Group 4: Co-Sponsored Bill Files 1973-1992 (Congressional Terms: 93-102)

    • 55 Boxes
    • Series I: Co-Sponsored Bills

      • Contains House Resolutions, Joint Resolutions, Concurrent Resolutions, and Simple Resolutions made by the House of Representatives (and the Senate, if applicable) on issues of the day.
    • Series II: Legislative Information

      • This series categorizes the bills by date and consists of computer print-outs of each bill description, its committee of referral, the status of the bill and the digest of the bill, that is, what action is/was authorized and which governmental agency will carry out the intention of the particular bill. It also indicates if the bill was enacted into law (Public Law No.) and the passing votes.
    • Series III. Co-Sponsored Bills-Related Matters

      • This series consists primarily of correspondence and special reports regarding some of the co-sponsored bills in Record Group 4, Series I.
    • Series IV: Co-Sponsored Bills-Correspondence

      • Subseries I: Co-Signed Letters

        • Correspondence from previous hit Lagomarsino next hit (and other congressmen) to other congressmen, requesting support on a particular bill.
      • Subseries II: Requests for Signature (Orgs./Corps)

        • Correspondence from private and public organizations and/or corporations requesting congressional support from previous hit Lagomarsino next hit on a particular bill.
      • Subseries III: Requests for Signature (Federal)

        • Correspondence from other congressmen or executive members requesting congressional support from previous hit Lagomarsino next hit on a particular bill.
      • Subseries IV: Thank Yous (Government)

        • Letters of appreciation to previous hit Lagomarsino next hit for his co-sponsorship of a particular bill from governmental officials (sometimes from foreign governmental officials).
      • Subseries V: Thank Yous (Orgs./Corps)

        • Letters of appreciation to previous hit Lagomarsino next hit for his co-sponsorship of a particular bill from private and public organizations and/or corporations.
  • Record Group 5: Committee on Committees Files 1986-1988 (Congressional Terms: 99-100)

    • 1 Box
    • In 1987, Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit was asked by the House Leader to chair a task force to analyze and develop recommendations for the system of selection of standing committee assignments. The previous hit Lagomarsino next hit Task Force or the Task Force on Conference Rules and Procedures, Subcommittee on Committee Assignments files consist in that regard, of correspondence, memoranda, special reports, and talking points referencing Republican conference membership, voting procedures, agenda of meetings, conference procedures, possible arrangements of regional representation, chairmanship vacancies, and elections. These files are arranged in chronological order and Alpha order by sub-topic.
  • Record Group 6: Committee On Interior and Insular Affairs Files 1975-1992 (Congressional Terms: 94-102)

    • 3 Boxes
    • These files follow the session dates of Congress. The files are divided per every two Congresses and arranged in chronological order and Alpha order by sub-topic.
    • During his service as a United States Congressman from 1974-1992, Robert previous hit Lagomarsino next hit acted as Vice Chairman of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs and Vice Chairman for the National Parks on the National Parks and Public Lands Subcommittee. The majority of the files contain congressional bills, correspondence, hearing testimonies, and special reports regarding the establishment of the Channel Island National Park, the Dick Smith Wilderness Area, and the Los Padres National Forest.
    • Of special interest may be the file regarding the Chumash Native American dispute re: historical ownership of Santa Rosa and Santa Cruz Islands. The complaint alleged that the Santa Barbara Islands were not included in the territory given by Mexico to the United States under the 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.
    • Another issue discussed in the files is estate taxation for landowners whose property was acquired by the federal government for a conservation purpose, i.e. a national park, historic trail or wilderness area. The Gherini Ranch on Santa Cruz Island found itself in such a position during the Channel Islands transfer. Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit addressed the land-rich but cash-poor dilemma with fellow congressman and urged a bill providing tax relief in cases where estate taxes become due during a transfer of property.
  • Record Group 7: The Watergate Hearing Files 1974 (Congressional Term: 93)

    • 2 Boxes
    • On June 17, 1972, five men were arrested at the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate Office Building in Washington, D.C. for breaking and entering. Two others, G. Gordon Liddy and E. Howard Hunt were later taken into custody. During February, 1973, the United States Senate voted to establish a Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities.
    • In late May, 1973, the televised Senate Watergate hearings began. On July 27-30, 1973, the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee voted (27-11) to recommend that President Richard Nixon be impeached. On August 5, 1974, the House impeachment subcommittee obtained an Oval Office tape regarding a June 23, 1972, meeting between President Nixon and his assistant, Robert Haldeman, during which President Nixon asked Haldeman to obstruct justice in the Watergate investigation. On August 9, 1974, President Nixon resigned, rather than face impeachment by the House of Representatives and conviction in the Senate.
    • As a member of the House of Representatives, Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit was a part of the House investigative hearing, a broad information-gathering technique, which is conducted when there is suspicion of wrongdoing on the part of public officials in governmental operations. The Watergate records in the previous hit Lagomarsino next hit Collection consist of reports on the events leading up to and following the Watergate break-in, the White House staff and its re-election campaign, White House surveillance activities, and the Department of Justice's ITT litigation.
    • The papers also include a legal brief submitted on behalf of President Nixon and a recorded transcript of presidential conversations.
  • Record Group 8: Office Files 1975-1992 (Congressional Terms: 94-102)

    • 11 Boxes
    • Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino's next hit office files are arranged into five subgroups, as designated by the session dates of Congress, per every two Congresses. They are further divided into four sub-subgroups, based upon the content of the materials. Within each sub-subgroup, the files are separated into chronological and Alpha order by sub-topic.
    • Some files are deemed confidential, containing sensitive material protected by law or for display purposes and will not be produced unless express consent is given by the subject individual.
    • Subgroup I: General

      • Includes various personal correspondence to and from government officials (including the Reagans); talking points on general constituent issues; samples of office stationary; non-election year newspaper articles regarding Jack O' Connell, Gary Hart, and Michael Huffington; the previous hit Lagomarsino next hit ''Ode'' and ''March''; commentary literature on the Reagan presidency; and President George Bush's State of the Union address.
    • Subgroup II: Re-Election

      • This subgroup includes general office files relating to Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino's next hit re-elections and contains materials of a varied nature: official election certifications; congratulations on reelection and thank-yous for support from government officials, private individuals, and organizations; previous hit Lagomarsino next hit campaign analysis data; voter handouts; fundraising correspondence and invitations; and campaign committee corrrespondence.
    • Subgroup III: Special Events

      • Special Events - Includes materials regarding the commissioning of the USS Nimitz; the Republicans' annual Federal Hall conference in Philadelphia; the second flight of the space shuttle Columbia; the U.S. Navy launching of the Jarrett missile, and various POW/MIA medal ceremonies.
    • Subgroup IV: Travel

      • Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino's next hit expense reports; identification cards; souvenirs; and regional literature from his trips to Europe, the Middle East, Far East, and Latin America are assembled in these files.
  • Record Group 9: Press Release Files 1973-1992 (Congressional Terms: 93-102)

    • 8 Boxes
    • Series I: General 1974-1992

      • Arranged in chronological (not topical) order. Topics are not designated. The press releases are displayed in a correspondence-like format (not a computer print-out or newspaper article).
    • Series II: Topical 1990-1993

      • Arranged by topic then subtopic. The press releases are displayed in a correspondence-like format. Several of the files also contain parallel copies of newspaper clippings and newsletters from Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit . Many local (Ventura County, CA) events are documented within the files.
  • Record Group 10: Speech Files 1984-1992 (Congressional Terms: 98-102)

    • 8 Boxes
    • The speech files follow the session dates of Congress and are arranged in chronological order, beginning with 1984. Sub-topics are designated, but without general headings. The speeches are displayed on either note cards or in a memo-like format. Several of the files contain background materials, such as correspondence, memoranda, press releases, and reports relating to the speech. Many local (Ventura County, CA) events are documented within the files.
  • Record Group 11: Newsletter Files 1973-1992 (Congressional Terms: 93-102)

    • 2 Boxes
    • The newsletter files follow the session dates of Congress and are arranged in both chronological and general topic order, beginning with 1974. Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino next hit regularly dispatched interest newsletters to his constituents, which cited his successes with bill passages; revealed his participation in current events, both local and international; and gave basic commentary on governmental policy.
    • Several of the files contain background materials, such as correspondence, memoranda, press releases, and reports relating to particular speeches. Many local (Ventura County, CA) events are documented within the files.
  • Record Group 12: Notepad Files 1986-1988 (Congressional Terms: 99-100)

    • 1 Box
    • These files, while relatively brief in time span, reveal Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino's next hit thoughts and ideas, as well as those of others, during meetings with various (and unknown) executive/legislative leaders. The files follow the session dates of Congress and are arranged in chronological order.
  • Record Group 13: Newspaper Files 1975-1992 (Congressional Terms: 94-102)

    • 1 Box
    • Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino's next hit newspaper files consist solely of articles and editorials from California newspapers. They are arranged into series by chronological year and then, by general topic.
    • This collection of newspaper articles tackles the same or similar issues as can be found in the Legislative Issue Record Group and should be considered valuable supplementary material to Record Group 1. To political science followers, the Election series is essential, as it follows the Congressional elections of 1974, 1986, 1988, 1990, and 1992 through the eyes of California constituents, as well as the Press. In particular, this series addresses election personalities such as Gary Hart, Gloria Ochoa, Anita Ferguson, and Michael Huffington and such controversial issues as the redistricting of constituent political areas and candidate worthiness.
  • Record Group 14: Post-Congressional Files 1992-Current

    • 11 Boxes
    • Subgroup I: Pre-Channel Islands

      • These files contain papers documenting the origin of the previous hit Lagomarsino next hit Archives: the initial donation to California State University, Northridge's Ventura branch campus and later, its current home at Channel Islands. Included are inventory lists of transferred items, fundraising letters, promotional flyers, and newspaper articles.
    • Subgroup II: previous hit Lagomarsino next hit Today

      • The second portion of the record group encompasses materials regarding Congressman previous hit Lagomarsino's next hit public life today. Interviews given to television or newspaper/magazines reporters, editorials by the Congressman, and special functions attended by the previous hit Lagomarsino's next hit are documented within these files.
    • Subgroup III: The Archives at Channel Islands

      • The continuing growth of the previous hit Lagomarsino next hit Archives at Channel Islands encompasses the third tier of the post-congressional files. The files include media articles regarding the archives, archival-sponsored special events at the University, and general archives office-related material.
  • Record Group 15: Certificates of Award 1976-1992 (Congressional Terms: 94-102)

    • 2 Boxes
    • The certificate of award files are arranged in chronological order.
  • Record Group 16: Trophies and Plaques 1973-1992 (Congressional Terms: 93-102)

    • Non-manuscript record groups are generally not open for research.
  • Record Group 17: Stamps 1973-1992 (Congressional Terms: 93-102)

    • Non-manuscript record groups are generally not open for research.
  • Record Group 18: Maps 1973-1992 (Congressional Terms: 93-102)

    • Non-manuscript record groups are generally not open for research.
  • Record Group 19: Miniature Flags 1973-1992 (Congressional Terms: 93-102)

    • Non-manuscript record groups are generally not open for research.
  • Record Group 20: Memorabilia and Gifts 1973-1992 (Congressional Terms: 93-102)

    • Non-manuscript record groups are generally not open for research.
  • Record Group 21: Books (Gifts) 1973-1992 (Congressional Terms: 93-102)

    • Non-manuscript record groups are generally not open for research.
  • Record Group 22: Office Wall Decorations 1973-1992 (Congressional Terms: 93-102)

    • Non-manuscript record groups are generally not open for research.
  • Record Group 23: Photographs 1961-Current

    • Most photographs are open for research.
  • Record Group 24: Video Collection 1992-Current

    • Most videos are open for research.
  • Record Group 25: Special Collections

    • Series I: Correspondence 1973-2001

      • This series is generally not open for research.
    • Series II: Photographs 1976-2001

      • Non-manuscript record groups are generally not open for research.
  • Record Group 26: Post-Congressional Specialty Collections

    • Series I: Correspondence 1992-2002

      • This series is not open for research.

Indexing Terms

The following items have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.

Subjects:

Education--California.
Economics--Congresses.
Transportation--California.
Agriculture--United States.
Environmental protection--California.
Environmental policy--California.
Medicare--Law and Legislation--United States.
California State University and Colleges.
Elections--California.
Political campaigns.
Military.
Energy.
Emigration and immigration.
Drug abuse and crime.
Watergate Affair, 1972-1974.
Ventura County (Calif.).
California--Politics and government.
National parks and reserves California History.
Washington (D.C.)--Social life and customs.

Genres and Forms of Materials:

Photographs.
Videorecordings.
Maps.
Artifacts.

Occupations:

Legislators--United States.

Other Index Terms Related to this Collection:

Bush, George, 1924-.
Carter, Jimmy, 1924-.
Ferguson, Anita.
Ford, Genald R., 1913-.
Hart, Gary K.
Huffington, Michael.
previous hit Lagomarsino next hit , Norma M. (Norma Mabrey), 1926-.
previous hit Lagomarsino next hit , Robert J. (Robert John), 1926-.
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994.
Ochoa, Gloria.
O'Connell, Jack, 1951-.
Reagan, Ronald Wilson., 1911-.
United States. Congress. House.
Republican Party (U.S. : 1974-1992).
Republican Party (Calif.).
United States. Congress--Elections, 1974-1992.
Channel Islands National Park (Calif.).
Los Padres National Forest (Calif.).

Related Papers

The previous hit Lagomarsino next hit Collection can also be utilized in conjunction with that of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California or the Richard Nixon Presidential Library in Yorba Linda, California.

Separated Papers

This is one collection of five collections within the Robert J. previous hit Lagomarsino Collection.

Issues/Topics in Container List:

  • Agriculture (AGR)
  • Agriculture (AGR)
  • Civil Rights (CIV)
  • Communications (COM)
  • Crime (CRI)
  • Drugs (DRU)
  • Economics (ECO)
  • Education (EDU)
  • Election (ELE)
  • Education (EDU)
  • Election (ELE)
  • Energy (ENE)
  • Environment (ENV)
  • Family (FAM)
  • Federal Government (FED)
  • Foreign Affairs (FOR)
  • Health (HEA)
  • Housing (HOU)
  • Human Rights (HUM)
  • Immigration (IMM)
  • Interior (INT)
  • Judiciary (JUD)
  • Labor (LAB)
  • Military (MIL)
  • Space (SPA)
  • Trade (TRA)
  • Transportation (TRAN)
  • Women's Issues (WOM)

Container List

 

Record     Group 1: Congressional Legislative Issue Files, 1974-1992 (Congressional Years: 93-102).

Scope and Content Note

This container list details only Record Group 1. The issue files' arrangement follows the session dates of Congress. The files are divided per every two Congresses and categorized in Alpha order by (1) the issue/topics and (2) sub-topic. Some files are restricted. Restricted file information can be found above. The majority of the restricted files are found within the Constituent Files.
Box 1-3

Subgroup       1:  Congressional Years 93-94, 1967-1977.

Box 1 : 1

Subgroup       1.1: Agr, 28 Jun 1976.

Physical Description: 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Citrus-Mexico.
Box 1 : 2

Subgroup       1.2:  Eco, 5 May 1974.

Physical Description: 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

National Debt.
Box 1 : 3-7

Subgroup       1.3:  Ele, 1972-1974.

Physical Description: 5 folders.

Scope and Content Note

CA Election of 1974-Ventura Co.
Box 1 : 8-14

Subgroup       1.4:  Ene/Env, 1967-1975.

Physical Description: 7 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power; Santa Barbara-Union Oil.
Box 1 : 15-32

Subgroup       1.5:  For/Mil, 1975-1976, n.d.

Physical Description: 18 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Far East Fact Finding Mission; Iran-Committee on Int'l. Rel. Visit; Mexcio-15th and 16th Interparliamentary Conf.; Middle East-Study Mission; NATO Congressional Tour-Europe; Republic of Korea; ACDA-Arms Control/Disarmament; Committee on Int'l. Relations.
Box 1 : 33 , Box 2 : 1-14, Box 3 : 1-12

Subgroup       1.6: Int/Env, 1972-1977, n.d.

Physical Description: 27 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Santa Barbara Channel-Oil Prod; Teague Park/Lake Casitas; Lake Casitas Watershed; US Army Corps-General.
Box 3 : 13-14

Subgroup       1.7: Spa, 1974-1976.

Physical Description: 2 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Space Shuttle-General.
Box 3-7

Subgroup       2: Congressional Years 95-96, 1973-1989, n.d.

Box 3 : 15-16

Subgroup       2.1: Agr, 1978-1979.

Physical Description: 2 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Agr. Updates; Weather Forecasting.
Box 3 : 17-25

Subgroup       2.2:  Eco, 1977-1980, n.d.

Physical Description: 9 folders.

Scope and Content Note

National Budget-Tax Cut; CA Economy; Income Tax-Deductions; Slow Pay; Small Business; Social Security.
Box 3 : 26-39

Subgroup       2.3: Ene/Env, 1973-1980.

Physical Description: 14 folders.

Scope and Content Note

CA Gasoline; Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power; Energy Updates; Channel Islands National Park; Channel Islands National Park-H.R. 3757; Environment-General; Env. Updates; Santa Barbara Channel (OCS); Santa Barbara Channel-Gibralter Lake.
Box 4 : 1

Subgroup       2.4: Fam, 1978.

Physical Description: 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Senior Citizens.
Box 4 : 2

Subgroup       2.5: Fed/Eco, 5 Feb 1977.

Physical Description: 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Cong. Pay Raise.
Box 4 : 3-28 , Box 5 : 1-41

Subgroup       2.6:  For, 1975-1981.

Physical Description: 67 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Afghanistan, Jamaica/Dom. Repub., Central America, South Korea, Cuba, Guatemala, Iran, Israel -General; Chile (ROC)-General; Caribbean-International Study Mission; Far East/USSR Study Mission; re: Hong Kong, Leningrad, Moscow, Pakistan, Tashkent, Thailand, Sri Lanka; Far East Eco/Trade Study Mission; General Foreign Affairs; International Eco Policy and Trade-H.R. 324; Mexico-15th, 17th, 18th, 19th, and 20th Interparliamentary Conf.; Nicaragua-Chamorro Gov.-Aid Request Trip; Pac. Basin/Guam Field Trip; Panama Canal/Panama Study; Russia/Asia Cong. Mission-Leningrad, Moscow, Sri Lanka, Thailand; South America Study Mission.
Box 5 : 42

Subgroup       2:7:  Hea, 4 Jan 1977.

Physical Description: 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

National Voluntary Health Act.
Box 5 : 43

Subgroup       2:8: Imm, 3 Oct 1979-22 Oct 1980.

Physical Description: 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Suzuki, Mark-H.R. 5299.
Box 6 : 1-3

Subgroup       2:9: Int, 1978-1980.

Physical Description: 3 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Santa Ynez Indian Res.-General; U.S. Army Corps.-General.
Box 6 : 4-13

Subgroup       2.10: Mil, 1977-1981.

Physical Description: 10 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Denfense Spending-General; Port Hueneme-Port of Entry; POWs/MIAs-General; Vandenberg AFB-Water Project; Veterans Affairs-General.
Box 6 : 14-16 , Box 7 :1-2

Subgroup       2.11: Spa, 1977-1980.

Physical Description: 5 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Space Shuttle-General.
Box 7 : 3

Subgroup       2.12: Tra/Env/Ene, 26 Jun 1977- 24 Feb 1980.

Physical Description: 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Tanker Traffic.
Box 7-16

Subgroup       3: Congressional Years 97-98, 1974-1987, n.d.

Box 7 : 4-7

Subgroup       3.1: Agr, 1982-1984.

Physical Description: 4 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Form Letter Responses-General; Weather Forecasting.
Box 7 : 8-20 , Box 8 : 1-18

Subgroup       3.2: Eco, 1981-1984.

Physical Description: 31 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Bankruptcy Bill-H.R. 1800; CA Economy; Federal Budget; Form Letter Responses; IRS; Slow Pay; Slow Pay-Del. Payments to Fed. Contractors; Slow-Pay-Prompt Payment Act; Slow Pay-H.R. 4709; Slow Pay-Public Law 97-177; US Budget-Consolidated Fed. Funds; US Budget-Fed. Expend. By State; Small Businesses; Tax Increase Program.
Box 8 : 19-22

Subgroup       3.3: Ele, 1983-1984.

Physical Description: 4 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Committee to Re-Elect; Election of 1984.
Box 8 : 23-26 , Box 9 : 1-20, Box 10 : 1-3

Subgroup       3.4: Env, 1981-1984.

Physical Description: 27 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant; Carpinteria-Watershed Project; Casmalia Toxic Dump; Exxon-Santa Ynez Project; Env.-General; Las Positas Park Project; OCS-General; Santa Barbara-Gibralter Lake; Santa Barbara-Channel (OCS).
Box 10 : 4

Subgroup       3.5: Fed/Lab, 1982.

Physical Description: 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Hatch Act-Empl. Political Activities.
Box 10 : 5-38 , Box 11: 1-29

Subgroup       3.6: For, 1981-1984.

Physical Description: 63 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Africa, Argentina, Australia/New Zealand, Belize, Canada, Caribbean, Central America, China (ROC), Columbia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Greece, Grenada, Guatemala, Haiti, Jamaica, Japan, Lebanon, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Poland, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Turkey, Venezuela-General; Foreign Affairs Committee; Foreign Affairs-General; Guatemala/El Salvador Study Mission; Honduras-US Delegation to Inauguration and Delegation to National Elections; Israel-US Relations; Mexico 21st and 22nd Interparliamentary Conf.; Morocco-Middle East-Jerusalem; Nicaragua-Chamorro Gov.; Pacific Islands-Field Inspection; Southeast Asia/South Pac. Study Mission; Soviet-Union-Afghanistan; Soviet-Union-Poland; USIA (International Comm. Agency).
Box 11 : 30

Subgroup       3.7: Hou, 15 Feb 1982-28 Feb 1984.

Physical Description: 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

First Time Home Buyers.
Box 11 : 31-40 , Box 12 : 1-27

Subgroup       3.8: Int/Env, 1980-1984.

Physical Description: 37 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Santa Ynez Indian Reservation-Sewer System; U.S. Army Corps.-Funding for CA-General and H.R. 3132/H.R. 3069; U.S. Army Corps.-General.
Box 12 : 28

Subgroup       3.9: Iss/Ele, 20 Sep 1984.

Physical Description: 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Qs and As.
Box 13 : 1-4

Subgroup       3.10:  Lab, 20 Sep 1984.

Physical Description: 4 folders.

Scope and Content Note

National Right to Work Committee.
Box 13 : 5-19 , Box 14 : 1-15

Subgroup       3.11:  Mil, 1980-1984.

Physical Description: 31 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Budget-Funding: Public Law 96-418, H.R. 4185, H.R. 5604; Budget-General; Navy Contracting; POWs/MIAs; Santa Barbara Harbor; Vandenberg AFB-General, Budget 1984/1986, Lompac, Town Meeting; Veterans Affairs-General.
Box 14 : 16-24 , Box 15 : 1-17 , Box 16 : 1-10

Subgroup       3.12:  Spa/Mil, 1981-1987, n.d.

Physical Description: 36 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Missiles-General, MX Missile, Peacekeeper; Santa Barbara Research Center; SDI-General; Space Shuttles: General, Columbia, Liftoff-Gov. Concerns, ST-4, Vandenberg AFB-General, Space Shuttle Discovery, Space Shuttles.
Box 16 : 11-16

Subgroup       3.13: Tra, 1974-1984.

Physical Description: 6 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Export Promotion; Export Seminar; International Monetary Fund (IMF); Trade-General.
Box 16-34

Subgroup       4: Congressional Years 99-100, 1982-1993, n.d.

Box 16 : 17-35

Subgroup       4.1: Agr, 1985-1988.

Physical Description: 19 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Almonds-India; Apples, Grapefruit, Grapes, Oranges-Taiwan; Citrus-Japan and Florida; Commerical Motor Vehicle Safetly Act; Dairy Products-General; Kiwi-US; Lemon Oil-Uruguay; Medfly-General; Quarantine Enforcement Act Rice-Japan; Santa Barbara Winemaking Industry; Soybeans-US; Sugar-Philipines; Targeted Export Assit. Program; Tobacco-US; Vegetables-Mexico/Central America; Weather Forecasting; Wheat-India.
Box 17 : 1

Subgroup       4:2: Civ/Con, n.d.

Physical Description: 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Form Responses.
Box 17 : 2-4

Subgroup       4.3: Cri/Dru, 1986-1988.

Physical Description: 3 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Bird, Rose; Omnibus Drug Act.
Box 17 : 5-21

Subgroup       4.4: Eco, 1985-1988, n.d.

Physical Description: 17 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Budget-Federal; CA Economy; Form Responses; Slow Pay; Social Security: Disabled, Earnings Test, General; Tax Deferred Accounts; Tax Reform Act-H.R. 3838.
Box 17 : 22-27

Subgroup       4.5:  Edu, 1988.

Physical Description: 6 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Education-General; Elk Hills Naval Petro Reserve-General; Grove City; Impact Aid; Lompac Land Transfer; Total Education Awareness Week.
Box 17 : 28-33

Subgroup       4.6: Ele, 1986-1988.

Physical Description: 6 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Election of 1986: Committeee to Re-elect-General; Election of 1988: General, Town Hall Meeting.
Box 18 : 1

Subgroup       4.7: Ene, n.d.

Physical Description: 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Form Responses.
Box 18-22

Subgroup       4.8:  Env, 1982-1993, n.d.

Physical Description: 101 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Air Pollution-OCS; CA Coastal Comm.-Alaskan Oil; Casmalia Toxic Dump; Exxon-Santa Ynez Project; The Dirty Dozen; Form Responses; Env.-General; Santa Barbara Channel: OCS, Oil, Tankers, Pac Baroness; Santa Cruz Island-Safety Zone; Tecote Tunnel-Oil Drilling; Underground Storage Tanks; Water Issues-General.
Box 22 : 24-27

Subgroup       4.9: Fam, 1986-1988, n.d.

Physical Description: 4 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Child Care-General.
Box 22 : 28-30 , Box 23 : 1-4

Subgroup       4.10: Fed, 1987-1988, n.d.

Physical Description: 7 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Congress of Tomorrow; Republican Conference-1987.
Box 23-27

Subgroup       4.11: For, 1985-1988, n.d.

Physical Description: 119 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Afghanistan, Argentina, Asia, Australia/New Zealand, Bolivia, Central America, Bolivia, Chile, China (ROC), Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Greece, Grenada, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Japan, Libya, Morocco, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Persian Gulf, Philippines, South Africa, South Korea, Tibet, Turkey, Venezuela-General; Britian-Hong Kong; Central America Study Mission; Chile-Visit, Chile-Allende-Pinochet; Cuba-Pol. Prisoners; Cyprus; Czechoslovakia-Emigration; East Germany-Pol. Prisoners; El Salvador-Human Rights; El Salvador/Nicaragua; Ethiopia-Human Rights; Far East Study Mission; Foreign Affairs Committe; Foreign Aid: General, H.R. 3100; Form Responses; Guatemala-USDP Mission; Hungary-Human Rights; Inter-American Affairs-General; International Development; Iran-Contra Hearings; Iran-Human Rights; Japan-Human Rights; Mexico 20th Interparliamentary Conf.; Middle East-Israel; Middle East-World Affairs Coun.-Jerusalem/Jordan; Nicaragua-Chamorro Gov.; Micaragua-Pol. Prisoners; North Vietnam-Emigration; National Rep. Instit./National. Endow. for Dem.; Pakistan: Human Rights, Nuclear Weapons; Philippines/Hawaii-Subcomm. Affairs Tripl; PLO-General; Romania Emigration; SALT II Talks; South Korea-Animal Rights; Soviet Union: Emigration, Human Rights, Military; Sweden-Military; Third World Debt; US Info. Agency; Yugoslavia-Human Rights.
Box 27 : 12-22

Subgroup       4.12:  Hea, 1985-1988.

Physical Description: 11 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Child and Youth Deaths; Med-America Act; Medicare Catastrophic Prot. Act, Mental Health-Funding; Public Health Services; National Vol. Health Act.
Box 27 : 23-24

Subgroup       4.13:  Hou, 1985-1988, n.d.

Physical Description: 2 folders.

Scope and Content Note

First Time Buyers; Form Responses.
Box 27 : 25-31

Subgroup       4.14: Hum, 1986-1988.

Physical Description: 7 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Cong. Human Rights Caucus; Nicaragua-Sandinistas.
Box 28 : 1-15 , Box 29 : 1-8

Subgroup       4.15: Int/Env, 1986-1990, n.d .

Physical Description: 23 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Beardsley Watershed Project; Channel Islands National Park; Las Positas Park Project; Los Padres Condor Range; Los Padres National Forest/Sespe Creek; US Army Corps: General, Constituent, Freeman Project, Funding, H.R. 5247, Long Beach, Oil and Gas Leasing, Ventura.
Box 29 : 9-15, Box 30 : 1-9

Subgroup       4.16:  Iss/Ele, 1987-1989, n.d.

Physical Description: 16 folders.

Scope and Content Note

1988 19th Dist. Election: Issues; Position Papers-Topics.
Box 30 : 10

Subgroup       4.17: Lab, n.d.

Physical Description: 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Form Responses.
Box 30 : 11-36 , Box 31 : 1-30 , Box 32 : 1-10

Subgroup       4.18: Mil, 1984-1988.

Physical Description: 56 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Arms Control: General, INF Treaty; Base Closures: CA, Economics; Black Rev. War Patroits-Memorial; Budget: General, Funding-H.R. 5898; Coast Guard-Budget; Davis-Bacon Reform Act-H.R. 2328; Defense-Budget; Defense Authorization Bill; Defense-C17 Aircraft; Form Responses; Korean War Memorial; Lompac Airspace-VAFB, Missiles-MX Testing; Missiles-USSR Testing; New Battle Carriers; Nuclear Testing: General, Limitation, Security; POWs/MIAs: General, Holguin, Luis, H.R. 2260, James M. Ray, Donald Stillman; Santa Barbara Harbor-Buy Back; Selective Service-Draft; Univ. Research Initiative; Vandenberg AFB: Budget, Chemical Trans.; Veterans Admin.: General, Cabinet.
Box 32 : 11-26; , Box 33 : 1-25, Box 34 : 1-11

Subgroup       4.19: Spa, 1985-1987, n.d.

Physical Description: 42 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Budget-Funding; Missiles: General, Peacekeeper, Titan; SDI/Star Wars-General; Space Initiatives-General; Space Shuttles: General, Challenger, Columbia, Funding, KSC Launch, Orbitar, Vandenberg, Ventura Cty.; Space Station: General, Development, Rocket Motor, Transportation; Vandenberg AFB: Orbiter, Space Shuttles.
Box 34 : 12-14

Subgroup       4.20: Tra/For, 1986-1988, n.d.

Physical Description: 3 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Australia-Import Plan; Inter-Am. Dev. Bank; International Trade-General.
Box 34 : 15

Subgroup       4.21: Tran, 23 Jul 1986.

Physical Description: 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Fed. Emergency Mang. Act.
Box 34 : 16

Subgroup       4.22: Wom, 8 Jul 1988.

Physical Description: 1 folder.

Scope and Content Note

Abortion Bills.
Box 34-67

Subgroup       5: Congressional Years 101-102, 1986-1992, n.d.

Box 34 : 17-28, Box 35 : 1-27

Subgroup       5.1:  Agr, 1988-1992, n.d.

Physical Description: 39 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Almonds-General; Agr. Worker Programs; Avocados: General, Hawaii; Canned Fruit-General, Chrysanthemums-White Rust; Citrus-Columbia; Citrus-Flordia; Citrus-Korea; Citrus-Marketing Orders; Dry Beans-General; Beef-Drought-Financial Aid; CA Freeze of 1990; Euro Growth Hormones; Foodshare-General; Kiwi-General; Lemon Oil-Argentina; Madigan, Edward-Sec. of Agr.; Medfly-General; MPP Marketing Strategy; Mushrooms-General; Negotiating Group on Tariffs; Organic Foods-DeFazio Amendment; Organic Food Act of 1990; Perishable Agr. Commodities Act; Pears-General; Raisins-Korea; Soil Conservation-Funding; TEA Program; Tropical Products-Uruguay; Weather Service-Funding; Wine/Brandy-Hungary.
Box 35 : 28-35

Subgroup       5.2: Civ/Con, 1989-1992.

Physical Description: 8 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Flag Burning-General; Form Responses; Civil Rights Act of 1991; Civil Rights-Michel Amendment; Japanese/Am. Internment.
Box 35 : 36-38

Subgroup       5.3:  Com, 1989-1992.

Physical Description: 3 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Cable TV-Rates; Form Responses; Telecommunications-General.
Box 35 : 39-45, Box 36 : 1-8

Subgroup       5.4:  Cri, 1988-1992, n.d.

Physical Description: 15 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Campus Sexual Assaults-Victims's Rights; The Brady Bill, The (anti) Crime Bill; US Customs; FBI-Arab/Am. Investigation; Fed. Victim's Service and Prot. Act; Form Responses; Plastic Guns; Prison Furloughs; Inmate Pay; Rioters-LA.
Box 36 : 9-25

Subgroup       5.5:  Dru, 1989-1991, n.d.

Physical Description: 17 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Anti-Drug Program-Omega Boys Club (SF); Anti-Drug Program-Schools; Anti-Drug Program-Robert W. Johnson Found; Board Patrol-Increase; Drug Control/Abuse-Fed. Funding; Drug Free Schools and Community Act; Drug Free Workplace; Drug Money Laundering; Drunk/Drugged Driving Awareness Week; Fighting Back Santa Barbara; Form Responses; Legalization of Drugs; National Drug Control Strategy.
Box 36 : 26-40, Box 37 : 1-46 , Box 38 : 1-17

Subgroup       5.6:  Eco, 1989-1993, n.d.

Physical Description: 78 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Am. Comm. Bank Council; Am. Eco. Opportunity Act; Am. With Disabilities Act; Coast Guard-Fees; Aviation Trust Fund; Budget: General, Balanced, Clinton Admin., Defense, Process, Reconciliation Act, Resolution; Church of Scientology-Deductions; Congressional: Budget, Pay Cut, Pay Increase, Pay Raise; Credit Crunch Relief Act; Credit Unions-Reform; Democratic Tax Package; Economic Relief Package; Enterprise Zones; Excise Tax-Wine; Executive Life Takeover; Federal Budget: Clinton Admin., Deficits; Federal Spending-Cuts; FDIC: Limitations, Regulations; Form Responses; Fundamental Competitiveness Act; Gramm-Rudman-Hollings Deficit Act; Impact Aid; IRS-Fringe Benefits; IRS-Tax Rate on Capital Gains; IRS Code, Section 89; Keating, Charles (S and L Scandel); Capital Gains-Jenkins/Archer Bill; Line Item Veto; Tax Cut-Michel/Archer Bill; 'Pork Barrel' Spending; President's Council on Competitiveness; Savings and Eco. Growth Act; Savings and Loan Crisis; Small Businesses-General; Social Security-General; Stock Market-Reform; Taxes-General; Tax Increase Bill; Taxes-Sources; Tax-Retirees; Taxes-Value Added Tax; Taxes-VITA/TCE.
Box 38 : 1-35 , Box 39 : 1-30, Box 40 : 1-22

Subgroup       5.7:  Edu, 1986-1922, n.d.

Physical Description: 70 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Anacapa Middle School-Recognition; College-Entrance Exams; Education Report-Drafts; Elk Hills Naval Petro Reserve: General, Budget; Form Responses; Education-General; Impact Aid; Powell, Colin Gen.; Student Loan Defaults; Taylor Ranch-CSU; Lompac Land Transfer; Voc. and Applied Technology; Youth Exchange Programs-Germany.
Box 40 : 23-24

Subgroup       5.8: Ele, 1988-1992.

Physical Description: 2 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Election of 1988 and 1992.
Box 40 : 25-40

Subgroup       5.9: Ene, 1988-1991.

Physical Description: 16 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Alternative Energy; CA Edison Merger; Coal Pipeline Act; Energy Task Force; Form Responses; Gas Pipeline; Gasoline Price Increase; National Energy Security Act; Oil-Export; Oil-Iraq/Kuwait War; Oil-Tanker Ban: H.R. 4210.
Box 41-47

Subgroup       5.10:  Env, 1989-1992, n.d.

Physical Description: 167 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Acid Rain-Clean Air; Air Pollution-OCS; Alaska-Oil Tanker Bill; America the Beautiful; Animal Welfare; CA Soil Conservation; Carpinteria-Salt Marsh Reserve; Casmalia Toxic Dump; Chevron-Dumping Oil; Clean Air Act; Clean Ocean Act; Clean Air-OCS Reg.; Comm. Fishing Industry; ''Drift Net Free Zone''; Drought SB County; Earthquake Preparedness; EPA: General, Casmalia; Federal Budget-National Parks; Fires: Santa Barbara, Ventura County; Fish/Wildlife Issues; Flooding-Ventura County; Form Responses; Global Warming; Morrow Bay: National Estuary Project, Resources Amend., National Pollutant Discharge Elim. Sys.; Recycling Paper; Santa Barbara Channel: OCS, Oil Tankers; SeaCliff Toxic Spill-Train Derailment; Silver Spring Monkeys; Tropical Forest Expansion; Wetlands-Preservation; Whales-Whaling Ban.
Box 47 : 7-17

Subgroup       5.11: Fam, 1989-1992.

Physical Description: 11 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Act for Better Child Care; American Family Act; Child Care-General; Child Care Services Improv. Act; Child Welfare System; Quality Child Care Dem. Act; Senior Citizens Advisory Comm.
Box 47 : 18-27

Subgroup       5.12: Fed/Lab, 1990-1992.

Physical Description: 10 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Federal Employee Pay; Form Responses; House Banking Scandel; INS-General.
Box 47-57

Subgroup       5.13: For, 1944-1922, n.d.

Physical Description: 358 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Africa, South America, Asia, Europe, Africa-General; Arms Control Trip-Geneva; Asia/Pac. Region-Foreign Aid; Boxer Amendment-Covert Act.; Bulgaria-Election Observers Trip; Bulgarian Economic Conference; Cambodia-Foreign Aid; China-Emergency Status Act; China-Quintron Systems; China-Tianamen Square; The Christic Institute-Costa Rica; Cuba-International Republ. Instit. Conf.; Cuba-Trade Restrictions; Cuba-USSR Relations; Czechoslovakia-Human Rights; Direct Relief International; Europe: Drugs, Economic, Military/Security; European Council-Madrid; European Parliment Trip-32nd, 33nd and 34th-General; Europe-Uruguay Round; Foreign Affairs Committee-General; Foreign Aid: General, Funding; Foreign Relation and Refugee Acts
Form Responses; Greece/Turkey-Foreign Aid; Haiti-Military Coup; Intelligence Committee-Nominees; International Development-Funding; Iraq- U.N. Security Council; Israel-Arab Conflict; Israel-Economic Assistance; Japan-FSX Agreement; Japan-Military Issues; Kurds-Irag Harassment; Kuwait-Human Rights/Demo. Reform; Kuwait-East-NRI Conference; Lithuania/Baltic States; Mexico-29th Interparliamentary Conf.; Mexico-US Border; Middle East-Leadership Mission: Cario, General, Saudi Arabia; Mongolia-NRI Trip; NATO Mission-Belgium; National Endowment for Democracy; National Republic Instit. for International Affairs; Nicaragua-Chamorro Gov.; Nicaragua-Contra Aid; Pacific Oversight Inspection Trip: General, Guam, N. Marianas, N. Zealand; Pacific SubComm. Affairs Trips: General, Guam, Hawaii, Palau; Pakistan-Nuclear-Amend. To H.R. 2508 and H.R. 3100; Pakistan-Nuclear; Panama-Observer/National Elections; Peru/Columbia Trip; Prague-Visit; Poland/Hungary-Aid; Pressler Amend.-Arms Exports; South Africa-H.R. 1580; Soviet Union: General, National Rep. Institute Mission, Political Prisoners, Embassy Moscow, US Relations; Sweden-Military; Terrorism-Anti-H.R. 91; UN General Assembly-US/Soviet Rels.; US Information Agency-General; US-Soviet Rels.-Ministerial Meeting.
Box 57 : 6-35 , Box 58 : 1-6

Subgroup       5.14:  Hea, 1989-1992, n.d.

Physical Description: 36 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Cong. Health Advisory Committee; Dyslexia Awareness Month; Food Share-Ventura County; Form Responses; Health-General; Medicare Catastrophic Protection Act; Mental Health-General; National. Bone Marrow Donor Registry; National. Voluntary Health Act.
Box 58 : 7-18

Subgroup       5.15: Hou/Eco, 1989-1992, n.d.

Physical Description: 12 folders.

Scope and Content Note

City of Oxnard; First Time Home Buyers; Homeless Task Force; HUD-Lewis Road Projects; HUD-Santa Barbara; Senior Housing.
Box 58 : 19-22

Subgroup       5.16: Hum, 1990-1991.

Physical Description: 4 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Cong. Human Rights Caucus; International. Democratic Union Conference.
Box 58 : 23-28

Subgroup       5.17: Imm, 1990-1992, n.d.

Physical Description: 6 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Cuban Mariel Boat Lift; Form Responses; Illegal Aliens-General; Refugee Resettlement Program; State Leg. Impact Assistance Grants.
Box 58-61

Subgroup       5.18: Int, 1989-1992, n.d.

Physical Description: 86 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Beardsley Watershed-Flooding; Central Valley Project Reform Bill; Channel Is. and Santa Monica Mts.-Funding; Channel Islands National Park-General; Davis-Bacon Act-Fed. Construction Projects; Earthquake Insurance, CA; Endangered Species Act; Federal Mine Safety Act; Forest Fires-Funding Crews; Drought-Reclamation Emergency Relief Act; Jordan Ranch; Santa Monica Mts; Los Padres Nat'l Park/Sespe Creek; Los Padres Nat'l Park-Protection Act; Nacimiento Reservoir-Release of Water; Pac. Northwest Old Growth Forest Leg.; Sea Otters-Translocation Program; Tongress National Forest-General; U.S. Army Corps: General, Budget, Drought, Flooding, Santa Barbara; Santa Paula Creek, Ventura Harbor, Warren Act Amendment; Water Treatment; U.S. Forest Service-Funding.
Box 61 : 18-19

Subgroup       5.19: Iss, 1987-1992.

Physical Description: 2 folders.

Scope and Content Note

1987 Issues.
Box 61 : 20-21

Subgroup       5.20: Jud, 1990-1992.

Physical Description: 2 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Form Responses; Thomas; Clarence Hon.
Box 61 : 22-36

Subgroup       5.21: Lab, 1989-1992.

Physical Description: 15 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Benefits and Pensions-General; Eco. Dislocation and Worker Adj. Assist., Family and Medical Leave Act-General; Form Responses; In-Home Labor-General; Job Training Partnership Act-General; Labor Law-General; Minimum Wage-General; Strikes-Striker Protection Act; Unemployment-Aerospace Workers; Unemployment Benefits-Emergency; Unemployment Insurance-Shortfall; Workers' Political Rights Act.
Box 61 : 37-38

Subgroup       5.22: Leg, 1990-1992.

Physical Description: 2 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Redistricting-CA; Western District Court of CA (creation of).
Box 62 : 1-24, Box 63 : 1-33, Box 64 : 1-40, Box 65 : 1-35

Subgroup       5.23:  Mil, 1989-1992, n.d.

Physical Description: 132 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Arms Control-General; B-2 ''Stealth'' Bomber-General; Ballistics Systems Division-Norton AFB; Base Closures-CA; Budget-Defense Authorization Bill; Budget-General; Coast Guard-General; Defense: General; Employment; Desert Storm: General, Filipino Participation, Military Personnel Issues; Disable American Veterans-COLA; Form Responses; Former Spouses Protection Act H.R. 572, H.R. 2277, H.R. 2300, and H.R. 3776; ICBMs-General; Military Construction; National. Guard-Reduction; Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society; Nuclear Testing-General; POWs/MIAs: General, Brief Meeting, H.J. Res. 467, H.R. 5422 and 2508, POW Medal, Meeting w/Lao Minister, Meeting w/Vietnamese; Vessey Mission Raytheon Electronics Co.-AF Contract; Santa Barbara Harbor-Navy; Selective Service-General; Shipboard Weapons-Torricelli Amend.; Vandenberg AFB-Eco. Impact, Missiles, Motorola, Relocation, Space Launch, Toxic Transfer; Veterans Affairs: General, Medical Care, Property Tax.
Box 66 : 1-26

Subgroup       5.24:  Spa/Mil, 1989-1992.

Physical Description: 25 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Air Force-Space Systems; China-Launching Am. Satellites; Missiles-Shipping Carrier; NASA-Funding; Santa Barbara Research Center; SDI-General; Space Policy Advisory Board; Space Program-General; Space Shuttles: General, Soviet Union; Space Station-FREEDOM; Space Week-1992; Superconducting Super Collider; Titan IV: Economics, Funding, General; Titan IV Launch-Vandenberg AFB.
Box 66 : 27-36 , Box 67 : 1-3

Subgroup       5.25:  Tra, 1989-1992.

Physical Description: 13 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Customs-Reclassify SUVs; European Broadcasting-Protectionism; Export Administration Act; Form Responses; Korea-Tariff Act-Restrictions; NAFTA-General; Textiles-Protectionism; Trade: General, Expansion.
Box 67 : 4-19

Subgroup       5.26: Tran, 1989-1992.

Physical Description: 16 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Hazardous Materials: Transporting, Hearing On; Highway Trust Fund-Minimum Allocation; Port Hueneme-Designation of Port of Entry; Santa Barbara-Airport-United Airlines; Santa Maria-Airport-Westair; Transit Pass Legislation-Tax Code.
Box 67 : 20-25

Subgroup       5.27: Wom, 1989-1992, n.d.

Physical Description: 6 folders.

Scope and Content Note

Abortion: General, Fetal Tissue Research, National. Right to Life, NOW, UN Population Fund.