Register of the Dixy Lee Ray Papers, 1937-1982

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Register of the Dixy Lee Ray Papers, 1937-1982

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California

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  • Hoover Institution Archives
  • Stanford University
  • Stanford, California 94305-6010
  • Phone: (650) 723-3563
  • Fax: (650) 725-3445
  • Email: archives@hoover.stanford.edu
Processed by:
Linda Bernard
Date Completed:
1983
Encoded by:
Xiuzhi Zhou
© 2001 Hoover Institution Archives. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Dixy Lee Ray Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1937-1982
Collection number: 82106
Creator: Ray, Dixy Lee
Collection Size: 170 manuscript boxes, 14 oversize boxes, 3 card file boxes, 3 cubic feet boxes, 135 envelopes, 1 album box, 7 slide boxes, 16 motion picture film reels, 1 videotape cassette, 2 phonorecords, 3 linear feet of memorabilia (119 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Correspondence, speeches, reports, studies, printed matter, audiovisual material, and memorabilia, relating primarily to nuclear energy in the United States, and to Washington state politics.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection open for research.
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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Dixy Lee Ray Papers, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1982.

Accruals

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Access Points

U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.
Nuclear energy--United States.
Washington (State)--Politics and government.
United States--Politics and government.
Conservatism.
Nuclear energy.
Phonorecords.
Video tapes.
Phonotapes.
Moving-pictures.

Biographical Note

19l4, September 3 Born, Tacoma, WA.
1937 B.A., Mills College, Oakland, CA.
1938 M.A., Mills College (LL.D., 1967)
1939-1942 Teacher, Oakland Public Schools and Pacific Grove Public Schools, CA.
1942-1943 John Switzer fellow, Stanford, CA.
1945 Ph.D. (Marine Biology), Stanford University
1945-1972 Associate professor of zoology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.
1959 Author, Marine Boring and Fouling Organisms
1960-1963 Special consultant in biological oceanography, U.S. National Science Foundation
1963-1972 Director, Pacific Science Center, Seattle
1964 Visiting professor, Stanford;
  Chief scientist, Research Vessel TE VEGA Expedition, International Indian Ocean
1969 Member, Presidential Task Force on Oceanography
1972 Member, Atomic Energy Commission
1972-1975(January) Chairman
1975(January-June) Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs
1977-1981 Governor, State of Washington
1980, September l8 Lost her bid for reelection in state open primary
1981- Writer and lecturer

Introduction

The Dixy Lee Ray collection in the Hoover Institution Archives consists of her personal papers accumulated during the years 1937 to 1981. The materials, amounting to some hundred and eighty boxes, document principally her activities as director of the Pacific Science Center in Seattle; as member and chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission; as assistant secretary of state, and as governor of the State of Washington. Official papers stemming from her tenure as governor are kept in Olympia, as part of the Washington State Archives.
The arrangement of the collection closely follows her career path, with materials from her various offices or occupations treated chronologically in separate series.
The biographical series documents Dixy Lee Ray's personal life, including her early years as a graduate student in biology (boxes 6-7). Of special interest is her complete genealogical record (box 5).
The correspondence series is small, as it represents only those letters exchanged when Dixy Lee Ray did not hold an official position. Correspondence of 1973, for instance, is to be found in the Atomic Energy Commission series. Also filed in this correspondence series are private letters exchanged over a number of years and therefore kept together instead of being placed into different series. Of particular interest is the large folder of correspondence with Marion Reed, Dixy Lee Ray's sister, and her husband Gordon (box 9).
The speeches and writings series consists mostly of articles on the subject of nuclear energy and biological research, as well as some speeches given after she left office.
The subject file reflects Dixy Lee Ray's academic formation and professional involvement, and is generally orientated towards scientific topics. It contains a very large section on energy, particularly nuclear energy, with many reports and studies on the safety of nuclear power plants and the disposal of radioactive waste (boxes l6-25). Other folders of interest are those on the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy (box 39).
The Pacific Science Center series provides a good picture of Dixy Lee Ray's efforts to promote interest in science, particularly among young people, as evidenced by the files on the sea use program (box 54), the summer oceanography classes (box 57) and the television continuity public relations program (box 58). The minutes of the Oceanographic Commission of Washington's meetings constitute a sizeable part of this series (boxes 50-52) and readers interested in this subject should also consult the many files on oceanography in the subject file (boxes 33-34).
The Atomic Energy Commission series is probably the most valuable part of the collection, with its direct link to issues of great national and international significance. As for all the other major series, a big correspondence section is present, with important letters to heads of state and of American and foreign agencies (boxes 60-68), as well as a record of most of the speeches delivered by Dixy Lee Ray during that time (boxes 8l-87). The files on her travels abroad (boxes 88-89) to attend international conferences and meet with foreign officials in charge of nuclear policy provide valuable information, as does the file on the visit to the United States of French atomic officials (box 89). On the working relationship between the Atomic Energy Commission and the executive branch, files on the Office of Management and Budget (box 78) and the White House (box 89) are to be consulted. This series also contains a very important file on the implementation of the Energy and Research Development Administration, one of the two agencies (the other being the Nuclear Regulatory Commission) created at the Atomic Energy Commission's dissolution, on ll October 1974 (box 69).
The State Department series' most specific contribution is the file on the establishment and the role of the Bureau for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (box 98), a newly created office which Dixy Lee Ray took over with enthusiasm but one with which she became rapidly frustrated, as indicated in particular by her correspondence (boxes 9l-98).
The small interim years series consists for the most part of correspondence dealing with her numerous speaking engagements, which were scheduled by her agent, the Leigh Lecture Bureau. But Dixy Lee Ray was already thinking of running for governor: her victorious bid of 1976 for that position is recorded in the gubernatorial campaigns series, which also includes, for the sake of coherence, her unsuccessfull campaign of 1980 for re-election. Both campaign series have original files documenting general strategies, staff work, popular support; fund-raising records and statements for the Public Disclosure Commission are particularly well kept and extensive for the 1976 campaign (boxes l05-ll0 and ll2-ll4).
The governorship series is the largest of the collection, with substantial files on budget conference notes (boxes l2l-l24), higher education (boxes l37-l38), the eruption of Mount St. Helens in May of 1980 (boxes l40-l42), the penitentiary system (boxes l44-l45), town hall meetings (boxes l62-l63), various Washington State agencies (boxes l64-l69).
A considerable amount of audio-visual material complements the collection. Most noteworthy are an extensive series of photographs depicting Dixy Lee Ray in official functions, especially as director of the Atomic Energy Commission and as governor of the state of Washington, and the recordings on cassettes of virtually all of the speeches she gave while governor.

Series Description

Boxes 1-8.

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1937-1981.

Scope and Content Note

Bank statements, bills, correspondence, genealogy records, clippings, graduate research notes, insurance policies, legal papers, tax forms, arranged alphabetically by subject
Boxes 9-ll.

CORRESPONDENCE, 1966-1981.

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent
Box 12.

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1959-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Articles, essays, notes, outlines, speeches, studies, arranged alphabetic- ally by title
Boxes 13-44.

SUBJECT FILE, 1963-1981.

Scope and Content Note

Clippings, correspondence, memoranda, printed matter, studies, arranged alphabetic- ally by subject
Boxes 45-58.

PACIFIC SCIENCE CENTER, 1963-1972.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, exhibit outlines, financial records, minutes of meetings, scientific expeditions accounts, summer school programs, union contracts, arranged alphabetically by subject
Boxes 59-89.

ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION, 1972-1975.

Scope and Content Note

Charts, correspond- ence, graphs, hearings transcripts, interviews, minutes of meetings, memoranda, reports, speeches, studies, travel schedules, arranged alphabetically by subject
Boxes 90-103.

STATE DEPARTMENT, 1975.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, interviews, memoranda, reports, speeches, studies, travel schedules, arranged alphabetically by subject
Box 104.

INTERIM YEARS, 1975-1976.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, interviews, speeches, arranged alphabetically by subject
Boxes 105-118.

GUBERNATORIAL CAMPAIGNS, 1976 and 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Clippings, correspondence, financial records, interviews, memoranda, speeches, stickers, television appearances, travel schedules, arranged alphabetically by subject
Boxes 119-169.

GOVERNORSHIP, 1977-1981.

Scope and Content Note

Appointment books, budget conference notes, correspondence, executive orders, interviews, legislation, memoranda, minutes of meetings, press conferences and releases, printed matter, proclama- tions, reports, speeches, studies, television appearan- ces, travel and meeting schedules, arranged alphabetical- ly by subject
Boxes 170-177.

8M.02

Art racks

OVERSIZE MATERIALS, 1937-1981.

Scope and Content Note

Awards, certificates, citations, diplomas, guest books, honorary degrees, photograph albums, scrapbooks
Boxes 178-180.

PHONOTAPE CASSETTES

Box 181.

UNSORTED MATERIAL

Boxes 182-185.

Memorabilia cabinet

Map case

Art racks

MEMORABILIA

Film shelf

MOTION PICTURE FILMS

Record cabinet

PHONORECORDS

Tape cabinet

VIDEOTAPE CASSETTES

l0.A-V

8M.02

Art racks

PHOTOGRAPHS.

Slide cabinet

SLIDES.

Container List

 

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1937-1981

Box 1.

Articles about Dixy Lee Ray

 

1963-1972

 

1972-1975

 

1977-1981

 

Awards

 

Bank statements

Box 2-3.

Bank statements

Box 4.

Biographical data

 

Biographies, inclusion of DLR in

 

Boats

 

Business cards (of DLR and others)

 

Dogs

 

General

 

Correspondence regarding an article in the Evening Star, 2 February 75

 

Sympathy letters received upon the death of Jacques and Ghi11ie (2 folders)

 

Financial matters

 

Fox Island

Box 5.

Genealogical Record (2 volumes)

Box 6.

Graduate work in zoology and morphology at Mi11s Co11ege and Stanford University, 1937-1942

 

Microbiology lecture notes, 1942

 

Research notes (2 folders)

Box 7.

Thesis. Handwritten first original copy (2 folders)

 

Health

 

Honorary degrees

 

Insurance policies

Box 8.

Letters of recommendation, written by DLR

 

Memberships

 

Alumni associations, clubs, organizations, etc.

 

Boards and commissions

 

Misce11anea

 

Monogram

 

Motor vehicles

 

Motorhome

 

Moves

 

Taxes (2 folders)

 

Travel, 1976

 

University of Washington. See also SUBJECT FILE

 

Leave of absence

 

Research in microbiology

 

CORRESPONDENCE, 1966-1981

Box 9.

General, 1981

 

Carlson, Edward, 1967-1980

 

Carson, Stanley F., 1973-1980

 

Casti11o, Joseph R., 1976

 

Deane, Evelyn (Executive Secretary for Mi11s Co11ege), 1975

 

Doub, Wi11iam O., 1975

 

Green, Lora C., 1976

 

Hanna, Paul, 1976

 

Knodle, Wilma G., 1976

 

Krieg, Alden F., 1975

 

Martin, A.W., 1976-1980

 

Mi11er, Dorothy, 1976

 

Owen, Ray, 1967-1977

 

Raymond, Lawrence P., 1976

 

Reid, Marion and Gordon

 

n.d.

 

1967-1974

 

Scherer, Paul A., 1966-1973

 

Steele, A.R., 1973-1977

 

University of Washington, Department of Zoology, 1972-1976

 

Vest, George S., 1976

 

Woodwick, Keith, 1976

Box 10-11.

Birthday and Christmas cards (various years)

 

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1959-1981

Box 12.

"The Case for Nuclear Power." Reprint by the Western Environmental Trade Association of a special series of articles that DLR prepared for The Oregonian, n.d.

 

Good-Bye, America. Typewritten draft of an outline for DLR's autobiography, n.d.

 

"Marine Fungi and Wood Borer Attack." Mimeographed copy of a study, 1959

 

"Miracle of Water." Printed copy of a paper presented at the symposium "Cha11enge for Survival 1968: Land, Air and Water for Man in Megalopolis," sponsored by The New York Botanical Garden and the Rockefe11er Univer- sity, 25-26 April 1968, and published in American Forests, November 1968

 

Notes

 

Energy

 

Food and development

 

Goethe's Faust

 

Nuclear power

 

Science (Pacific Science Center years)

 

Science and government

 

"Nuclear Power: How Safe?" Photocopy of a typewritten statement answering a series of questions put to DLR while chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission

 

"Nuclear Power! In Search Of An Ombudsman." Printed copy of an article published in Queen City Magazine, July 1969

 

"Nuclear Power Should Not Be Accepted Because There Is A Crisis." Two printed copies of an article, n.d.

 

Speaking invitations, 1981

 

Speech notes, 1981

 

"Water!" Printed copy and photocopy of a paper, adapted for publication, presented at the symposium "Cha11enge for Survival 1968," and published in Garden Journal, November/December 1968

 

"Water: An Account Of A Curious Liquid And What It Does." Typewritten copy and photocopy of a study, n.d.

 

"Water Water Everywhere... But What If It Is Bad?" Printed copy of an article published in Stanford Alumni Almanac, March 1970

 

"Why Don't They Look It Up?" Printed copy of an article published in The Imprint of the Stanford Libraries Associates, April 1982

 

SUBJECT FILE, 1963-1981

Box 13.

Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations

 

Aerospace Corporation

 

Agnew, Harold

 

Alaska

 

American Association for the Advancement of Science

 

American Institute for Public Service

 

American Society of Safety Engineers

 

American Women in Radio and Television

 

Americans for Energy Independence

 

Anderson, John B.

Box 14.

Antarctic

 

Salmon rearing

 

Treaty Representatives - Eighth Consultative Meeting, Oslo, Norway, 9-20 June 1975

 

Argonne National Laboratory

 

Associated Universities, Inc.

 

Association of Washington Business

 

Bagnariol, John

 

Batte11e

 

Bechtel Corporation

 

Biology

 

Blue Water Educational Institute, Inc.

 

Blumenthal, Michael

 

Bonnevi11e Power Administration

Box 15.

Bonnevi11e Regional Advisory Council

 

Bosanko, Howard J.

 

Boston Museum of Science

 

Botany

 

Brookhaven National Laboratory

 

Brazil

 

Bundy, Ted

 

Butterworth, Blair

 

California State University Northridge

 

Canada - Foreign relations - United States

 

Carter, Jimmy

 

Chakravarti, Dr.

 

Cha11enge of the Seventies. Governor's Conference, Olympia, Washington, 30 September-1 October 1970

 

Climatic change

 

Coalition for Protective Legislation

 

Coastal Society

 

Coastal States Conference on Ocean Mining Law, Portland, Oregon, 11-13 December 1968

 

Coastal Zone Management Act Amendments of 1976

 

Colorado - "Sunset Laws" draft

 

Columbia River Interstate Compact

Box 16.

Commission on Critical Choices for Americans

 

Commoner, Barry

 

Cooney, Lloyd E.

 

Council on International Economic Policy

 

Crown Ze11erbach Corporation

 

Democratic National Committee, 1977-1979

 

Denenberg, Herbert

 

Desert agriculture

 

Detente - Germany

 

Development

 

DiBona, Charles J.

 

Donohue, Hubert F.

 

Economic Development Council of Puget Sound

 

Education

 

Edwards, James

 

Electronic Engineering Times, 1979

 

Energy. See also Brazil, Japan, Middle East, New England, Pacific Basin, Pacific Northwest, Puget Sound, Sweden, Taiwan, Washington State

 

General (3 folders)

Box 17.

General (2 folders)

 

Alternate sources

 

Bioenergy

Box 18.

Coal

 

Cogeneration

 

Conservation

 

Electricity

 

Ethanol

 

Gas. See also Alaska and Canada

 

Geothermal energy

 

Methanol

 

Nuclear energy. See also Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Studies and Silkwood, Karen

 

General (2 folders)

Box 19.

General (4 folders)

Box 20.

Anti-nuclear movement. See also Mead, Margaret and Nader, Ralph

 

General

 

California, 1976

 

Tennessee, 1974

 

Breeder reactors

 

General

 

Liquid Metal Fast Breeder Reactor (2 folders)

 

Fusion

Box 2l.

Plutonium

 

Proliferation

 

Safeguards

 

Uranium

Box 22.

Uranium (4 folders)

Box 23.

Wastes

 

General (2 folders)

 

High-level

Box 24.

Low-level

 

General (2 folders)

 

National Governors' Association Task Force

 

Radioactive Waste Management Program. See also State Planning Council on Radio- active Waste Management

 

Spent nuclear fuel

 

Transportation (2 folders)

 

Oil (petroleum, gasoline). See also Alaska, Canada, Northern Tier Pipeline, and Puget Sound

 

General

Box 25.

Shales

 

Spi11s

 

Solar energy

 

General

 

Conference, Washington, D.C., 10 June 1974

 

Synthetic fuels

 

Energy Commercialization Enterprises

 

The Energy Daily, 1976-1980

 

Energy Research and Development Administration. See also ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION

Box 26.

Environment

 

Equal Rights Amendment

 

Evans, Dan. Transcripts of press conferences

 

Evergreen State Co11ege

 

Federal Council for Science and Technology

 

Federal Emergency Management Agency

 

Federal Energy Administration Act of 1973

 

Federal Nonnuclear Energy Research and Development Act of 1974

 

Federal Water Quality Act of 1977, Amendments to

 

Ferguson, Adele

 

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

 

Fitterer, Rev. John A.

Box 27.

Fluoridation

 

Food problem

 

Ford, Gerald R. - Staff

 

Forestry

 

Fudenberg, H.H.

 

Garcia, Joe

 

Government

 

Government Employees Insurance Company

 

Grand Coulee Dam

 

Guzzo, Louis R.

 

Hand, Learned

Box 28.

Hanford. See also ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION, McCormack, Mike

 

Hartley, Roland T.

 

Hazardous materials, transportation of

 

Health

 

Honeywe11, Inc.

 

Hopkins Marine Station. See Stanford University

 

Hospitals

 

Housing

 

Hurley, Margaret

 

Hydrodynamic Development Corporation, Inc.

 

India

 

Indians

 

General

 

Ft. Lawton Park Advisory Committee

 

Innova, Inc. See also Chakravarti, Dr.

Box 29.

Intergovernmental Personnel Act of 1970

 

Intermountain Science Experience Center

 

International Atomic Energy Agency

 

International Trade Conference, 3rd Annual, Seattle, Washington, 12 May 1977

 

International Women's Year, 1975

 

Iran

 

Japan

 

Jenkins, David

 

Journalism

 

King County, Washington - Stadium construction

 

Kissinger, Henry

 

KMS Fusion, Inc.

Box 30.

Lake Washington

 

Lapp, Ralph

 

Larson, Clarence

 

Lawrence Livermore Laboratory

 

Lockheed Aircraft Corporation

 

Longley, James Bernard

 

Luvera, Paul N.

 

McDermott, Jim

 

Magnuson, Jermaine

 

Magnuson, Warren

 

Maier, Corne11

 

Ma11on, Robert P.

 

Marshal Aid Commemoration Commission

 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

Mead, Margaret

 

Metzger, H. Peter

 

Middle East. See also Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Studies

 

Mi11er, Mrs. Pendleton. See also University of Washington and PACIFIC SCIENCE CENTER

 

Milwaukee Railroad. See also GOVERNORSHIP, Washington State Agencies, Transportation Department

 

Misce11anea

 

Moon

 

Moynihan, Patrick

 

Mt. Hood Community Co11ege

 

Nader, Ralph. See also ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION, Doub, Wi11iam O.

Box 3l.

National Accelerator Laboratory. See Fermi

 

National Center for Productivity

 

National Democratic Policy Committee

 

National Energy Institute - Establishment proposal

 

National Science Foundation

 

Neurosciences

 

New England

 

Nimeh, Frances D.

 

Nisqua11y Delta

 

Northern Tier Pipeline

Box 32.

Northern Tier Pipeline

 

Nuclear Power Plant Siting Bi11

 

Nuclear Regulatory Commission

 

O'Murphy, Karl O.

 

O'Neil, Eugene

 

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

 

Biological Division

 

Museum

 

Studies

Box 33.

Studies

 

Oceanography. See also Zoology

Box 34.

Oceanography (3 folders)

 

Offshore industrial-port islands

 

Olympic Co11ege

 

Organized crime

Box 35.

Pacific Basin

 

Pacific Northwest

 

Pacific Northwest Electric Power Planning and Conservation Act

 

Pacific Northwest Nuclear Power Plant Siting Study

 

Pacific Northwest Regional Commission

 

Pacific Northwest Regional Power Legislation

 

Pacific Northwest Sea

 

Pacific Northwest Utilities Conference Committee

 

Pacific Regional Committee - Marsha11 Scholarships 1973

 

Pacific Resources, Inc.

 

Peninsula Light Company

 

Pensions

 

People's Republic of China

 

Pesticides

 

Pierce County, Washington - Agricultural Conservation Program, 1975

 

Potter, V.R.

 

President's Reorganization Project (Reorganization of Federal Emergency Preparadness and Response Programs)

 

Puget Sound

 

Puget Sound, Group Health Cooperative of

Box 36.

Puget Sound Health Plan Council

 

Puget Sound Hospital

 

Puget Sound Power & Light Company

 

Ray, Marguerite W.

 

Reid, Gordon

 

Reid, Marion R.

 

Rockefe11er, Nelson A.

 

Saint Martin's Co11ege

 

San Juan Islands

 

Satsop Nuclear Power Plant

 

Saurs, Barbara K.

 

Scherer, Paul A.

 

Schlesinger, James A.

 

Science

 

General

 

List of talks included in "Suits: Speaking of Research" - Page proofs

 

2-253

Box 37.

256-458

 

Seattle Chamber of Commerce

 

Seattle Engineering Department

 

Seattle Legislative Report, 3 April 1979

 

Seattle, Port of. See South Korea

 

Seattle Professional Engineering Employment Association

 

Silkwood, Karen

 

Simon, Wi11iam E.

 

Smithkline Company

 

South Korea - Foreign Relations - Port of Seattle

 

Spe11man, John

 

Spokane City Plan Commission

 

Stanford University

 

State Planning Council on Radioactive Waste Management

 

Strategic Arms Limitation Talks

Box 38.

Stratospheric ozone

 

Stuntz, Daniel E.

 

Sweden (2 folders)

 

Tacoma public schools

 

Taiwan

 

Taylor, Theodore B.

 

Technology

 

Te11er, Edward

 

Terrorism

 

Three Mile Island

Box 39.

Trident Base

 

Union Carbide Corporation

 

United Nations

 

United States

 

General

 

Coast Guard

 

Congress

 

General

 

House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs

 

Joint Committee on Atomic Energy. See also ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION, Hearings

 

General

 

Departure of Chet Holifield and Craig Hosmer

 

Membership

Box 40.

Department of the Army - Seattle District

 

Department of Defense

 

Department of State

 

Flag Merchant Marine

 

Foreign Relations

 

Canada. See Canada

 

Japan

 

Governors

 

Navy

 

University of Arizona

 

University of Washington

 

General

 

Arboretum Plan

 

Department of Zoology

Box 4l.

Department of Zoology

 

Friday Harbor Laboratories

 

Vinton, W.J.

 

Washington Army and Air National Guard

 

Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs

 

Washington Council on International Trade

 

Washington Energy Research Center

 

Washington Health Care Facilities Authority

 

Washington Oil Port

 

Washington-Oregon Potato and Onion Association

 

Washington Public Ports Association

 

Washington Public Power Supply System

 

Washington Society of Professional Engineer, Spring/ Summer 1980

 

Washington State

 

Agencies. See also GOVERNORSHIP, Washington State Agencies

 

Democratic Central Committee, 1977-1978

 

Democratic Convention, 1978

 

Economy

 

Energy

 

Governors

Box 42.

Legislature

 

Bi11s (2 folders)

 

Candidates nominated for, 1980

 

Committees

 

Energy

 

Labor

 

State Capitol

 

State Government

 

Statute Law

 

Transportation - Ferry Acquisition Program

 

Ways and Means

 

Legislative Reference Notes

 

Operating and Capitol Budget Summary

 

Initiatives

 

Misce11anea

 

Resolutions

 

Ro11 ca11s

Box 43.

Maps

 

To11 bridges, tunnels and ferries

 

Tourism

 

Washington State Association of Group Homes

 

Washington State Developmental Disabilities Council

 

Washington State Guard

 

Washington State Interagency Committee for Outdoor Recreation

 

Washington State Labor Council

 

Washington State Magistrates Association

 

Washington State Medicaid Agency

 

Washington State Research Council

 

Washington State School Directors' Association

 

Washington State Thermal Power Plant Site Evaluation Council

 

Washington State University

 

Washington Women United

 

Watanabe, Taul

 

Water rights

 

Water-producing energy centers in the Middle East. See Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Studies

Box 44.

Weinberg, Alvin

 

Welfare

 

Western States Policy Office

 

Weyerhaeuser-Stoneway Strip Mine

 

White House Office of Science and Technology

 

Wi11amette River Basin

 

Women

 

Yakima Va11ey Co11ege

 

Yucatan coral

 

Zoology

 

PACIFIC SCIENCE CENTER, 1963-1972

Box 45.

General

 

Accounts

 

A11ied Arts of Seattle

 

Arts for Youth Council

 

Board of Trustees

 

Book and Gift Shop

 

Bylaws

 

"Cha11enge for Survival 1968." See New York Botanical Garden

 

Civil defense - Facilities at the Pacific Science Center (hereafter PSC)

 

Commission on Marine Science, Engineering and Resources

 

Community Relations Committee

 

Correspondence

 

Chronological file

 

1969

 

1970

Box 46.

1969 (blue copies)

 

1970 (blue copies)

Box 47.

1971

 

1972

 

Personal file

 

1963-1966

 

1967-1969

Box 48.

1967-1972

 

1968-1981

 

1970-1972

Box 49.

Director's Report, 1972

 

Exhibits

 

General

 

Notes of DLR

 

Scripts (2 folders)

 

Financial records

 

Future developments at the PSC - Notes of DLR

 

Interviews

 

Laboratory and classroom construction

Box 50.

Library Liaison Committee - Intermediate District IX

 

Mathematics

 

Advisory Committee

 

Class

 

Memoranda

 

Misce11anea

 

New York Botanical Garden - Symposium: "Cha11enge for Survival 1968," 25-26 April 1968

 

Oceanographic Commission of Washington

 

General (2 folders)

Box 5l.

Meetings

 

1965, November 16

 

1967

 

September 22

 

December 14

 

1968

 

March 14

 

April 24

 

May 27

 

July 1

 

October 1

 

1969

 

June 9

 

June 16

 

July 2l

 

November 13

 

December 19

Box 52.

1970

 

March 26

 

May 4

 

June 5

 

July 20

 

September 3

 

October 26

 

December 4

 

1971

 

January 4

 

February 16

 

April 16

 

May 28

 

August 6

 

September 17

 

November 1

 

December 10

 

1972

 

January 3

 

April 7

 

June 2

 

July 28

 

October 20

Box 53.

Oceanographic Institute of Washington. See also Oceanographic Commission of Washington. Meetings

 

Oceanography

 

Class. See Summer Oceanography Class

 

Correspondence

 

Overa11 Economic Development Programs Planning Committee

 

Personnel

 

Rental policy for PSC building

 

Resignation of DLR, 1972

 

Resolutions

 

Resume of activities, 1969

Box 54.

School Advisory Committee

 

Science Advisory Committee (2 folders)

 

Science Council

 

Science Libraries

 

Sea Use Council

 

Sea Use Program, Cobb Seamount

 

Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra - Pacific Northwest Camp

Box 55.

Speaking invitations

 

1969

 

1970

 

January-March

 

April-December

Box 56.

1971

 

January-May

 

June-December

 

1972

 

Speeches and writings

Box 57.

Summer Oceanography Class

 

1969 (2 folders)

 

1970

 

TE VEGA (Research Vessel) Expedition, International Indian Ocean, 1964

 

General

 

Correspondence (3 folders)

Box 58.

Cruise A

 

Cruise B

 

Indian language printed material

 

Television Continuity Public Relations program (2 folders)

 

Travel

 

Union agreements

 

U.S. Science Exhibit

 

ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION, 1972-1975

Box 59.

General

 

Achievements of DLR as chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission (hereafter AEC)

 

Administrative matters

 

Amchitka Bioenvironmental Program

 

American Revolution Bicentennial Commission

 

Annual Report to Congress, 1974

 

Appointment of DLR

 

as member, 8 August 1972

 

as chairman, 6 February 1973

 

Congratulatory letters

 

Appointment books

Box 60.

Correspondence

 

Chronological file

 

1972

 

August-September

 

October

 

November

 

December

 

1973

 

January-May

Box 6l.

September-December

 

1974

 

January-June

 

July-December (2 folders)

 

1975, January

 

Numerical file

 

Index, March 1974 - February 1975

 

A-99

Box 62.

A-199

 

A-299

 

A-399

 

A-499

 

A-599

 

A-699

Box 63.

l00-199

 

200-299

 

300-399

 

400-499

 

500-599

 

600-699

Box 64.

700-799

 

800-899

 

900-999

 

Personal file

 

A

 

B (2 folders)

Box 65.

C (3 folders)

 

D

 

E

 

F

 

G

Box 66.

H

 

I

 

J

 

K

 

L

 

M (2 folders)

Box 67.

N

 

O

 

P (2 folders)

 

R (2 folders)

Box 68.

S (3 folders)

 

T

 

U

 

V

 

W (2 folders)

 

XYZ

Box 69.

Directory

 

Director of labor relations

 

Doub, Wi11iam O.

 

General

 

Correspondence with Ralph Nader

 

Drewry, George E.

 

E11wood City Industrial Council

 

"Energy and the Environment." AEC exhibit, 1972

 

Energy Research and Development Administration - Implementation Bi11 (2 folders)

 

Financial holdings reports of employees

Box 70.

General Advisory Committee

 

General Counsel

 

General Manager

 

Gifts, foreign. Register

 

Giraud, Andre. See Visits

 

Glennan, T. Keith

 

Guzzo, Louis

 

Hearings of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, 28 February 1973. Backup book for DLR

 

Hinds, H.R.

 

Holifield, Chet

 

Hosmer, Craig

 

International agreements

Box 7l.

Invitations

 

1972, September-December

 

1973

 

January-April

 

May-September

 

October-December

 

1974

Box 72.

Acknowledgements

 

1973

 

February (2 folders)

 

March

 

April

 

May

Box 73.

June

 

July

 

August

 

Pending reply, 1973

 

Regrets

 

A

Box 74.

B

 

C

 

D

 

E

 

F

 

G

 

H

 

I

 

J

Box 75.

L

 

M

 

N

 

O

 

P

 

R

 

S

Box 76.

T

 

U

 

V

 

W

 

XYZ

 

Jenkins, David

 

Kissinger initiative - Memorandum of DLR, 13 November 1974

 

McCormack, Mike - Statement on Hanford

 

Media relations

 

Meetings

 

Memoranda. See also Reading file

 

Misce11anea

Box 77.

Muntzig, Manning

 

Notes

 

Office of Information Services

 

General

 

Reading file

 

1972

 

1973

 

1974

Box 78.

1974

 

Referrals to John Harris, director

 

Office of Management and Budget, Executive Office of the President

 

General

 

Relationship with the AEC. See also White House

 

Letter of DLR to Frank G. Zarb, 12 September 1974

 

Letter of John P. Abadessa to Robert C. Seamans, Jr., 7 December 1974

 

Omenn, Gilbert

 

Personnel (2 folders)

Box 79.

Press conferences

 

Press receptions

 

Press releases

 

Press schedule

 

Project Independence Advisory Committee

 

Rapport You & AEC, December 1974

 

Reading file

 

1972, September-December

 

1973

 

January-March

 

April-June

 

July-December

Box 80.

Reading material sent to DLR and referred for reply to various staff members. Correspondence

 

Hargett, Minnie Earle

 

Jackson, A.W.

 

August 1981-June 1972

 

July-December 1972

 

1973

 

Reorganization, 15 May 1973

 

Salary of DLR

 

Secretary's handbook

 

Separation clearance for DLR

 

Simon, Wi11iam E.

Box 8l.

Speaking and special events schedule

 

Speaking invitations

 

General

 

Declined and referred to B. Wood

 

Speeches (arranged alphabetica11y by requesting group or occasion)

 

List, 1973-1974

 

Achievement Rewards for Co11ege Scientists Foundation - "Woman of Science Award" presenta- tion, Beverly Hi11s, California, 22 June 1974

 

Advertising Council, Inc., Washington, D.C., 24 June 1974

 

American Bar Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, 14 August 1974

 

American Institute of Biological Sciences, Tempe, Arizona, 17 June 1974

 

American Nuclear Society

 

National Topical Meeting on Nuclear Power Plants, Portland, Oregon, 26 August 1974

 

Winter Meeting, Washington, D.C., 29 October-1 November 1974

Box 82.

American Power Conference, Chicago, I11inois, 30 April 1974

 

American Public Works Association, Vancouver, Washington, 3 April 1974

 

American Translators Association, Chicago, I11inois, 11-12 October 1974

 

Ames Laboratory, Ames, Iowa, 2 October 1972

 

Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, I11inois, 19-20 October 1972

 

Associated Press Management Editors Association, Long Beach, California, 22 November 1974

 

Association of Science-Technology Centers, Columbus, Ohio, 14 November 1974

 

Atomic Industrial Forum, Washington, D.C., 29 October 1974

 

Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, 15-16 May 1974 (cance11ed)

 

Chicago Rotary Club, Chicago, I11inois, 8 October 1974

 

Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco, California, 14 September 1973

 

Commomwealth Edison Company Engineering Conference, Delavan, Wisconsin, 11 September 1974

 

Department of Defense, Washington, D.C., 17 July 1974

 

Executive Women in Government, Washington, D.C., 15 October 1974

 

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory dedication, Batavia, I11inois, 11 May 1974

 

Festival of the Fountains, Seattle, Washington, 26 July 1973

 

Fort St. Vrain Nuclear Power Station, Denver, Colorado, 9 February 1974

 

Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 17 April 1974

Box 83.

Government Leadership Conference, Evansvi11e, Indiana, 9 November 1973

 

Greater Los Angeles Press Club, Los Angeles, California, 11 September 1973

 

House Republican Task Force on Energy, Washington, D.C., 7 August 1974

 

I11inois Science Teachers Association, Edwardsvi11e, I11inois, 18 October 1974

 

International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria, 16-20 September 1974

 

International Congress of Radiation Research, Seattle, Washington, 14 July 1974

 

International Symposium on Packaging and Transporta- tion of Radioactive Materials, Miami, Florida, 24 September 1974

 

Kalamazoo Co11ege, New York City, New York, 13 June 1974

 

Ladies Home Journal - "Woman of the Year Award" presentation, New York City, New York, 8 April 1974

 

Lawrence Livermore Laboratory - Laser Fusion Building dedication, Livermore, California, 27 September 1974

 

Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory - Scy11ac dedica- tion, Los Alamos, New Mexico, 25 April 1974

 

Los Angeles Council of Engineers, Los Angeles, California, 3 October 1974

 

Lyndon B. Johnson Library - Symposium on Energy and the Environment, Austin, Texas, 11-12 November 1974

 

Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, 9 June 1974

Box 84.

Mound Laboratory, Dayton, Ohio, 30 October 1972

 

National Broadcast Editorial Association, Washington, D.C., 27 June 1974

 

National Energy Youth Conference, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 30 July-4 August 1974

 

National Press Club, Washington, D.C., 2l January 1974

 

Naval Light Weight Nuclear Power Workshop, Arlington, Virginia, 22 October 1974

 

Northern Michigan State, Marquette, Michigan, 9 August 1974

 

New York Times luncheon, New York City, New York, 29 July 1974

 

Paducah Area Office of the AEC, Paducah, Kentucky, 25 September 1972

 

Pennsylvania State University - Honorary Engineering Lecture, University Park, Pennsylvania, 26 February 1974

 

Portland State University - Environmental Sciences Program, Portland, Oregon, 5 April 1974

 

Public Relations Society of America, Co11ege Park, Maryland, 10 July 1974

 

Ripon Co11ege, Ripon, Wisconsin, 12 May 1974

 

Royal Academy of Engineering Sciences, Stockholm, Sweden, 19 September 1974

Box 85.

Sandia Laboratories - Affirmative Action Conference, Alburqueque, New Mexico, 3l January 1973

 

Seattle "First Citizen's Award" presentation, Seattle, Washington, 8 March 1974

 

Seattle First National Bank, Seattle, Washington, 19 December 1974

 

Simmons Co11ege, Boston, Massachusetts, 13-14 October 1972

 

South Carolina Conference on the Status of Women, Columbia, South Carolina, 10 March 1973

 

St. Mary's Co11ege, South Bend, Indiana, 18 May 1974

 

Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers, Knoxvi11e, Tennessee, 22 February 1974

 

3M Technical Forum, St. Paul, Minnesota, 30 May 1974

 

Union Co11ege, Schenectady, New York, 15 June 1974

Box 86.

University of Chicago - Thirtieth Anniversary of the First Self-Sustaining Nuclear Chain Reaction (in commemoration of Enrico Fermi), Chicago, I11inois, 2 December 1972

 

University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington, 26 May 1974

 

University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, 2l September 1972

 

University of Texas - "The Implications of Nuclear Power in Texas" Conference, Austin, Texas, 1-2 March 1973

 

Washington, D.C. Rotary Club, Washington, D.C., 22 August 1973

 

Westinghouse Science Talent Search, Washington, D.C., 18 March 1974

 

White House Economic Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, 23-24 September 1974

 

Widemer Co11ege, Chester, Pennsylvania, 2l March 1974

 

Women's Forum on National Security, Washington, D.C., 20 February 1973

 

World Energy Conference, Detroit, Ohio, 22-27 September 1974

Box 87.

YWCA

 

"Salute to Women in Business," New York City, New York, 3 October 1974

 

"1974 Gold Medal Award" presentation, Philadel- phia, Pennsylvania, 26 March 1974

 

Statements

 

Television appearances

 

"Everywoman," 29 April 1974

 

"Kennedy and Company," 1974

 

"Meet the Press," 14 April 1974

 

"Mike Douglas Show," 29 May 1974 (cance11ed)

 

Travel

 

General

 

Schedules

 

August 1972-May 1973

 

May-December 1973

Box 88.

1973

 

1974

 

Trips

 

Europe

 

l3-25 September 1973

 

l-l0 October 1974

 

Iceland, 22-24 November 1973

 

Paris and London, 26-29 November 1974

 

Stockholm, 18-20 September 1974

 

Teheran, 20 May 1974

Box 89.

Vienna, 16-18 September 1974

 

Visits

 

French atomic officials (Andre Giraud), 12-15 December 1974

 

Gerald Ford, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 22 July 1974

 

White House

 

General

 

Conference on Inflation, Washington, D.C., 27-28 September 1974

 

Correspondence of DLR with

 

the President, regarding the role of the Office of Management and Budget, 9 September 1974

 

Rogers C.B. Morton, regarding the relationship between the AEC and the White House organization, 19 August 1974

 

STATE DEPARTMENT, 1975

Box 90.

Appointment of DLR as Assistant Secretary for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs, 29 October 1974

 

General

 

Congratulatory letters

 

Appointment books

Box 9l.

Appointment schedule. See also Correspondence, Chronological file

 

January-February, 1975

 

March-June, 1975

 

Bengelsdorf, H.

 

Bruner, David H.

 

Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs. See Establishment of

 

Confidential Statement of Employment and Financial Interests - Forms

 

Confirmation hearings of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for DLR, 12 December 1974

 

Correspondence

 

General

Box 92.

General (2 folders)

 

Chronological file (including appointment schedules)

 

December 1974-January 1975

 

February-March, 1975

Box 93.

April, 1975

 

May, 1975

 

June-July 1975

 

Numerical file

 

S-99

 

S-199

Box 94.

S-299

 

S-399

 

S-499

 

S-599

Box 95.

S-699

 

S-799

 

S-899

 

S-999

Box 96.

Personal file

 

A (2 folders)

 

B

 

C (2 folders)

 

D

 

E

 

F

 

G

 

H

 

I

Box 97.

J

 

K

 

L

 

M

 

N

 

O

 

P

 

R (2 folders)

Box 98.

S

 

T

 

U

 

V

 

W

 

XYZ

 

Department of Health, Education and Welfare - International activities

 

Establishment of the Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (2 folders)

 

International agreements

Box 99.

Invitations

 

General

 

Regrets

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

E

 

F

 

G-H

 

I

 

J

 

L

 

M

 

N

 

O

 

P

 

Q-R

Box 99.

S

 

T

 

U-V

 

W

 

XYZ

Box 100.

Memoranda (3 folders)

 

Notes

 

Office of Oceans and Fisheries

 

Organizational problems related to nuclear energy

Box 10l.

Personal Data Statement to be fi11ed out by DLR

 

Personal Qualifications Statement - Forms

 

Personnel

 

Program and Resources Plan

 

Reading material (3 folders)

Box 102.

Resignation of DLR

 

General

 

Letter of Gerald R. Ford to DLR, 26 June 1975

 

Statements of support

 

Salary of DLR

 

Secretariat

 

Speaking and special events calendar and list of speeches

 

Speech material

 

Speeches (arranged alphabetica11y by requesting group or occasion)

 

Unidentified, on alternative energy sources

 

American Society for Engineering Education, Fort Co11ins, Colorado, 18 June 1975

 

American Association of University Women, Seattle, Washington, 16 June 1975

 

Association of American Foreign Service Women, Washingon, D.C., 10 April 1975

 

Atomic Industrial Forum, Inc., New York City, New York, 19 May 1975

 

COSERV Conference, Washington, D.C., 12 March 1975

 

Crichton Club, Gahanna, Ohio, 7 March 1975

 

Edison Electric Institute, Denver, Colorado, 2 June 1975

 

Federation of Americans Supporting Science and Technology, Washington, D.C., 5 March 1975

 

Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 5 May 1975

 

Herbert H. Lehman Co11ege (The City University of New York), Bronx, New York, 4 June 1975

 

IBM luncheon, New York City, New York, 8 April 1975

 

Industrial Research Institute, Inc., White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, 30 May 1975

 

International Instrumentation Symposium, Philadel- phia, Pennsylvania, 19 May 1975

 

International Trade Conference, Seattle, Washington, 14 May 1975

 

Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1 May 1975

 

National Academy of Science, Washington, D.C., 24 March 1975

 

National Association of Manufacturers, Washington, D.C., 10 April 1975

 

National Energy Forum, Washington, D.C., 16 May 1975

 

National War Co11ege, Washington, D.C., 2 April 1975

 

North Pacific Fur Seal Commission, Washington, D.C., 10 March 1975

 

Smith Co11ege, Hartford, Connecticut, 25 February 1975

 

Southampton Co11ege (Long Island University), South- ampton, New York, 31 May 1975

 

Stonehi11 Co11ege, North Easton, Massachusetts, 25 March 1975

 

University of Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska, 9 May 1975

 

University of California at Los Angeles - Facing a World of Scarce Resources Conference, Los Angeles, California, 2l March 1975

 

University of Maryland at Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, 29 May 1975

Box 103.

Women's Forum on National Security - "Mo11y Pitcher Award" presentation, Washington, D.C., 24 February 1975

 

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, 18 March 1975

 

World Affairs Institute, Morgantown, West Virginia, 17 May 1975

 

Transfer of staff and equipment from the AEC to DLR's State Department office

 

Travel

 

Schedules

 

Trips

 

Europe, 13-26 April 1975

 

General

 

Copenhagen

 

Helsinki

 

London

 

Munich

 

Paris

 

New York, 25 February 1975

 

Teheran, 19-24 January 1975

 

INTERIM YEARS, 1937-1981

Box 104.

Interim Years, 1975-1976

 

Correspondence

 

"File 13" (letters from possibly unbalanced people, kept for the record)

 

Letters of praise and support from attendants to lectures given by DLR

 

Interviews

 

Notes

 

Publishing offers

 

Speaking engagements

 

Contracts

 

pending

 

signed - speeches given

 

Correspondence with Leigh Lecture Bureau, DLR's agent

 

Invitations (2 folders)

 

Speeches

 

Television appearances

 

GUBERNATORIAL CAMPAIGNS, 1976 and 1980

Box 105.

1976

 

General

 

Announcement speech, 20 February 1976

 

Citizens' Committee for Dixy Lee Ray for Governor

 

Correspondence

 

General

 

Letters of support, including contributions (3 folders)

 

Democratic Election Law Reporter, 1976

 

Financial records

 

General (3 folders)

Box 106.

General

Box 107.

General (7 folders)

 

Accounts, final

 

Citizens' Committee (2 folders)

Box 108.

Citizens' Committee

 

Executive Mansion Fund (2 folders)

 

Media exposure costs

 

Office Fund bi11s

Box 109.

Payments in-kind

 

Petty cash receipts

 

Spokane

 

Sternoff, David

 

Fund-raising. See also Index cards, boxes 112-114.

 

Ke11y, Andy

 

Memoranda

 

Misce11anea

 

Notes

 

Offers to help

 

Public Disclosure Commission

 

General (4 folders)

Box 110.

General

 

Statements

 

A-C

 

D-F

 

G-H

 

I-K

 

L-N

 

O-Q

 

R-T

 

U-W

 

X-Z

 

Requests for candidates to state their positions on various issues

 

Schedules and itineraries

Box 111.

Schrock, Richard T., Campaign director

 

Songs

 

Speaking invitations (4 folders)

 

Speeches, including speech notes. See also Announcement speech

 

Statements

 

of DLR

 

of other candidates

 

Stickers, flyers

 

Television appearances

 

Travel

Box 112.

Index cards listing by alphabetical order the contributors to DLR's campaign and indicating the amount they gave

 

A-G

Box 113.

H-O

Box 114.

P-Z

Box 115.

1980

 

General

 

Correspondence

 

General

 

Letters of support during the campaign, including contributions (2 folders)

 

Letters wishing DLR we11 after her defeat

 

General (6 folders)

 

A-B

Box 116.

C-D

 

E-F

 

G-H

 

I-J

 

K-L

 

M-N

 

O-P

 

Q-R

Box 117.

S-T

 

U-V

 

W-Z

 

Declaration and affidavit of candidacy of DLR

 

Defeat in state open primary, 18 September

 

Clippings

 

Interviews

 

Democratic State Party

 

Endorsements, statements of support

 

Fund-raising

 

Guidelines

 

Invitation log

 

Johnson, C. Montgomery, Campaign director

 

King County Dixy Lee Ray Advisory Committee

 

Lundstrom, Boyd

 

Magnuson, Warren G.

 

Media coverage

 

Memoranda of Louis Guzzo to DLR

Box 118.

Misce11anea

 

Offers to help

 

People for Governor Dixy's Re-election Committee. Issues of Friday's Memo

 

Po11s, caucuses

 

Public Disclosure Commission

 

Republican State Committee of Washington

 

Requests for candidates to state their positions on various issues

 

Root, Robert

 

Schedules and lists of major campaign events

 

Songs

 

Speaking engagements

 

Speeches

 

Statements

 

of DLR

 

of other candidates

 

Stickers, flyers

 

Strategy and plans

 

Television appearances and radio broadcasts

 

Town ha11 meetings

 

"Voter's Calendar"

 

Washington Independent Party

 

GOVERNORSHIP, 1977-1981

Box 119.

Abbadessa, John

 

Achievements of DLR. Letters of commendation and appreciation

 

Administration

 

"Basic speeches" about the Ray administration

 

Position on energy

 

Affirmative action

 

Appointment books

Box 120.

Appointment books

 

Appointments made by DLR

 

General

 

of members of boards and commissions

 

of minorities and women

 

Bi11s to oppose

Box 12l.

Boards and Commissions List, 1979

 

Budget

 

General (4 folders)

Box 122.

General

 

Conference notes

 

1981-1983

Box 123.

Agriculture Department

 

Arts Commission

 

Athletic Commission

 

Central Washington State Co11ege

 

Commerce and Economic Development Department

 

Community Co11ege Education Board

 

Eastern Washington State Co11ege

 

Ecology Department

 

Emergency Services

 

Employment Security Department

 

Energy Office

 

Evergreen State Co11ege

 

Fisheries Department

 

Gambling Commission

 

Game Department

 

General Administration Department

 

Higher Education Personnel Board

 

Horse Racing Commission

 

Labor and Industries Department

 

Military Department

 

Parks and Recreation Commission

 

Patrol, State

 

Personnel Department

 

Planning and Community Affairs Agency

 

Postsecondary Education Council

Box 124.

Public Instruction, Superintendent of

 

Retirement Systems Department

 

Revenue Department

 

Social and Health Services Department

 

Transportation Department

 

University of Washington

 

Utilities and Transportation Commission

 

Veterans Affairs Department

 

Washington State University

 

Western Washington State Co11ege

 

Messages of DLR

 

Speaker Duane Berentson floor speech on budget, 3l May 1979

 

Statistics

Box 125.

Cabinet and staff

 

Cabinet meeting minutes, 1977

 

Correspondence. See also reading file

 

General (2 folders)

Box 126.

Personal file

 

November-December 1976

 

1977

 

June-September

 

October

 

November

 

December

 

1978

Box 127.

1978 (2 folders)

 

1979

 

General (2 folders)

 

January-March

Box 128.

April-May

 

June-July

 

August-September

 

October-December

 

1980

Box 129.

1980-1981

 

A-B

 

C-D

 

E-F

Box 130.

G-H

 

I-L

 

M-N

 

O-P

 

Q-R

 

S-T

 

U-Z

Box 13l.

Support letters

 

1977

 

1978

 

April-August

 

September-December

Box 132.

1979

 

January-March

 

April-June

 

July-December

Box 133.

1980

 

January-May

 

June-August

 

September-January 1981

Box 134.

Thank-you letters (sent by DLR)

 

1977

 

1978

 

January-March

 

April-May

 

June-December

Box 135.

1979

 

January-June

 

July-December

 

1980

 

January-June

 

July-January 1981

Box 136.

Thank-you letters (sent to DLR)

 

1977

 

1978

 

January-June

 

July-December

 

1979

 

1980

Box 137.

Creston-Mt.Tolman Impact Assistance Project

 

Criminal justice

 

Curriculum vitae submitted to DLR

 

Democratic Governors Conference, Washington, D.C., 25 February 1980

 

Executive orders. See also Mount St. Helens

 

Governor's Economic Forecast Review Committee

 

Higher education (4 folders)

Box 138.

Higher education (2 folders)

 

Interviews

 

Invitation log

 

Invitations

 

Received

 

Sent out (2 folders)

 

Legislative meeting schedule

 

Legislative program, 1981

 

McDermott, James - Personal Services Contract

 

Media coverage. See also GUBERNATORIAL CAMPAIGNS, 1980, Defeat

Box 139.

Meeting schedule

 

1978-1979

 

1980

 

January-May

 

June-September

 

Memoranda

 

General

 

from Louis Guzzo to DLR

 

Messages. See also Budget, Messages

 

to the House of Representatives of the State of Washington, 1979

 

to the Legislature, 1980

 

Minority and Women's Business Development Advisory Council

 

Misce11anea

Box 140.

Mount St. Helens - Eruption, 18 May 1980

 

General

 

Briefing to the legislative leadership, 12 June

 

Chronology of events and specific actions taken by DLR's administration

 

Clippings

 

Contingency plans

 

Correspondence

 

Disaster Assistance Center

 

Disaster Preparedness Plan - Department of Emergency Services

Box 14l.

Editorial opinions

 

Executive orders

 

Federal Emergency Management Agency

 

Final Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Bi11 for Fiscal 1980

 

Health implications

 

Memoranda

 

Misce11anea

 

Notes

 

Press conferences

 

Press releases

 

Printed material

 

Radio Amateurs Civil Emergency Services

 

Recovery Assistance Team

 

Request for federal aid

 

Statements, declarations

Box 142.

Studies, reports

 

Testimonies

 

Watch Group

Box 143.

National Governors' Association. See also SUBJECT FILE, Energy, Nuclear, Wastes, Low-level

 

General

 

Committees

 

Natural resources and environmental management

 

Transportation, Commerce and Technology

 

Conferences

 

1977

 

1980

Box 144.

Notes

 

Office

 

Decoration of,

 

Organization

 

Procedures, guidelines

 

Pension systems

 

Personal Services Contract of DLR - Termination

 

Petitions presented to the governor

 

Powers and duties of the governor

 

Press conferences

 

Press office

 

Press releases

 

Prisons

 

General (2 folders)

 

McNeil Island

 

General

Box 145.

General (2 folders)

 

State plan for utilization

 

Proclamations

 

Reading file

 

Daily memoranda from DLR's secretary

Box 146.

Sorted correspondence, January 1977 (7 folders)

Box 147.

Reports of DLR on her years in office

 

lst, 1978

 

2nd, 1979

 

3rd, 1980

 

4th, 1981

 

Salaries

 

Senior citizens

 

Speech notes

 

Speeches (arranged alphabetica11y by name of requesting group or occasion). See also State of the state addresses

 

Unidentified

Box 148.

Aberdeen Rotary Club, Aberdeen, Washington, 29 November 1978

 

Adult Day Services, Olympia, Washington, 14 November 1979

 

Aikens Lecture Series (University of Vermont), Burlington, Vermont, 13 April 1980

 

ALCOA Political Action Committee, Vancouver, Washington, 8 February 1980

 

A11-City Service Clubs, Spokane, Washington, 20 December 1979

 

A11ied Daily Newspapers, Spokane, Washington, 19 May 1978

 

Aluminum Association, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, 25 May 1978

 

American Academy of Achievements, Salt Lake City, Utah, 23 June 1979

 

American and Canadian Hospital Associations, Montreal, Canada, 3l July 1980

 

American Association of Community and Junior Co11eges, San Francisco, California, 2 April 1980

 

American Business Women's Association, Spokane, Washington, 3l May 1980

 

American Gas Association, Seattle, Washington, 15 May 1980

 

American Industrial Development Council, Seattle, Washington, 2l May 1979

 

American Judges Association, Seattle, Washington, 23 October 1978

 

American Legion, Annual State Convention

 

Seattle, Washington, 2l July 1978

 

Spokane, Washington, 20 July 1979

 

American Public Power Association Conference, Seattle, Washington, 18 June 1979

 

American Red Cross, location unknown, 13 March 1980

 

American Society of Mechanical Engineers

 

San Francisco, California, 13 December 1978

 

Tri-Cities, Washington, 19 March 1980

Box 149.

Anchorage Chamber of Commerce, Anchorage, Alaska, 23 July 1979

 

ANS/ENS International Meeting on Fast Reactor Safety Technology, Seattle, Washington, 22 August 1979

 

Apprenticeship Training Building dedication, Spokane, Washington, 25 April 1980

 

Arbor Day, Olympia, Washington

 

l2 April 1978

 

11 April 1979

 

ARCO Petroleum Products Co. - Cherry Point Refinery, Ferndale, California, 16 July 1980

 

Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Co11eges - National Conference on Trusteeship, Miami, Florida, 9 April 1979 (delivered by Louis Guzzo)

 

Association of Graduate Schools of the American Association of Universities, Seattle, Washington, 9 October 1979

 

Association of State Budget Officers, Seattle, Washington, 7 June 1978

 

Association of the U.S. Army, the Air Force Association and the Navy League of the United States, location unknown, 5 March 1977

 

Association of Traffic Safety Representatives, Olympia, Washington, 25 March 1980

 

Association of Washington Business

 

Spokane, Washington, 10 May 1978

 

Seattle, Washington, 23 October 1979

 

Association of Washington Business and the Washington Association of Community Co11eges, Seattle, Washington, 12 March 1980

 

Association of Washington Cities

 

Yakima, Washington, 14 June 1978

 

Olympia, Washington, 18 June 1980

 

AT&T Shareholders, Seattle, Washington, 18 April 1979

 

Be11evue and Redmond Chambers of Commerce, Be11evue, Washington, 5 March 1979

 

Bond Attorneys' Workshop, Rosement, I11inois, 12 October 1979

 

Bonney Lake Library, Bonney Lake, Washington, 13 July 1979

 

Boy Scouts of America, Evergreen, Washington, 7 March 1980

 

Bryn Mawr Co11ege, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, 10 May 1980

 

Burlington Northern Credit Union, Tacoma, Washington, 15 February 1980

 

Business Council, Hot Springs, Virginia, 9 May 1980

 

Business Week - Government Day, Olympia, Washington, 5 March 1979

 

Camas/Washougal Chamber of Commerce, Washougal, Washington

 

l4 September 1978 (delivered by Dean Cole)

 

27 August 1980

 

Capitol-125th anniversary, Olympia, Washington, 28 November 1978

 

Capitol City Press Club and Washington State Information Council, Olympia, Washington, 14 May 1978

 

Chehalis Rotary Club, Chehalis, Washington, 7 March 1979

 

Chehalis Rotary Club and Centralia Kiwanis Club, Chehalis, Washington, 9 August 1979

 

Cla11am County Courthouse dedication, Port Angeles, Washington, 1 March 1980

 

Clatskanie Kiwanis Club, Clatskanie, Washington, 23 June 1978

Box 150.

Concrete Technology Corporation, location unknown, 26 April 1979

 

Cooperative Energy Conservation Demonstration, Spokane, Washington, 27 August 1980

 

COPE, Seattle, Washington, 7 October 1978

 

Dairy Farmers of Washington, Olympia, Washington, 2 July 1980

 

Department of Accounts, Washington State - Training Conference, Olympia, 8 June 1979

 

Department of Commerce and Economic Development, Washington State - "Picture Perfect Washington" Contest Kick-Off. See Speeches, Pay n' Save Corp.

 

Department of Ecology, Washington State - Signing of Snoqualmie Basin Mediated Agreement, Carnation, 27 October 1978

 

Department of Fisheries, Washington State

 

Bear Springs Salmon Hatchery dedication, Near Forks, 28 August 1980

 

Donald L. McKernan Salmon Hatchery dedication, Near Shelton, 17 August 1979

 

Edmonds Fishing Pier opening, Edmonds, 15 March 1979

 

Humptulips Salmon Hatchery dedication, Humptulips, 22 July 1978

 

Hurd Creek Salmon Hatchery dedication, Near Sequim, 28 August 1980

 

Trevor Kincaid She11fish Laboratory dedication, Point Whitney, 17 August 1979

 

Department of Licensing, Washington State

 

Driver License Renewal Office opening, Seattle, 13 June 1978

 

East Washington Real Estate Office opening, Spokane, 9 July 1980

 

Department of Social and Health Services, Washington State - Management Development Program, Olympia, 8 June 1980

 

Department of Veterans Affairs, Washington State - Nursing Care Facility and Sculpture "The Legacy" dedication, Orting, 5 September 1979

 

Disabled American Veterans "State Convention," Wenatchee, Washington, 14 June 1979

 

Economic Development Executives of Washington, Seattle, Washington, 26 October 1978

 

Education Commission of the States, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 6 and 16 April 1978

 

E11ensburg Chamber of Commerce, E11ensburg, Washington, 9 October 1978

 

Elma Chamber of Commerce, Elma, Washington, 5 April 1979

 

Filipino Community Center, Seattle, Washington, 2l June 1980

 

Fort Simcoe Council - Boy Scouts of America, Yakima, Washington, 26 March 1980

 

Foundation for International Understanding through Students, Olympia, Washington, 2 August 1979

 

Frank Lucas Homestead dedication - Chelan, Washington, 26 May 1979

 

Friends of Governor Dixy Lee Ray, Seattle, Washington, 15 May 1978

 

Friendship Force Program, Olympia, Washington, 4 June 1978

 

Goldendale Junior Chamber of Commerce, Goldendale, Washington, 5 October 1979

 

Governor's Birthday Speech, Olympia, Washington, 3 September 1980

 

Governor's Conference on Aging

 

Centralia, Washington, 8 April 1978

 

Spokane, Washington, 22 April 1978

 

Yakima, Washington, 6 May 1978

 

Lynnwood, Washington, 20 May 1978

 

Governor's Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, Olympia, Washington, 30 April-3 May 1978

 

Governor's Conference on Child Safety, Olympia, Washington, 4 June 1979

 

Governor's Conference on Hiring the Job Ready Ex- Offender, Seattle, Washington, 6 July 1979

Box 15l.

Governor's Conference on Housing, Tumwater, Washington

 

22 February 1979

 

l0 April 1980

 

Governor's Conference on Library and Information Services, Olympia, Washington, 23 April 1979

 

Governor's Conference on Travel, Seattle, Washington, 9 November 1978

 

Governor's Writers' Day, Olympia, Washington

 

Open House, 20 September 1978

 

Presentation of awards, 17 May 1979

 

Grays Harbor Democratic Central Committee, Aberdeen, Washington, 28 October 1978

 

Heritage Foundation - "Growth Day," Washington, D.C., 17 April 1980

 

Homebuilders Association, Richland, Washington, 12 November 1979

 

IBPOE of Washington (Elks), Tacoma, Washington, 15 July 1978

 

Idaho and Washington Association of Carpenters, Moscow, Idaho, 10 April 1980

 

Industrial Research Development Council, Portland, Oregon, 19 May 1980

 

Industrial Safety and Health Conference, 1ocation unknown, 15 November 1979

 

International Association of Clerks, Recorders, Election Officials and Treasurers, Seattle, Washington, 13 July 1980

 

International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy and the International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, Seattle, Washington, 22 August 1977

 

International Peace Arch Association, Blaine, Washington, 11 June 1978

 

International Symposium on Radiopharmaceuticals, Seattle, Washington, 19 March 1979

 

Japan-America Society of Seattle, Seattle, Washington, 23 February 1979

 

Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner

 

Port Angeles, Washington, 22 September 1978

 

Olympia, Washington, 20 October 1978

 

Joint Chambers of Commerce meeting, Tukwila, Washington, 7 July 1980

 

Joint Council of Teamsters No.28, Seattle, Washington, 27 August 1979

 

Keep Washington Green, Olympia, Washington, 2 May 1980

 

Kennewick/Pasco Bridge dedication, Washington, 16 September 1978

 

Kitsap Brokers' Multiple Listing Service, Bremerton, Washington, 23 July 1980

 

Lake City Chamber of Commerce, Seattle, Washington,

 

24 October 1979

 

19 April 1980

 

Lakeland Vi11age dedication, Medical Lake, Washington, 9 June 1979

 

League of Women Voters, Spokane, Washington, 22 May 1978

 

League of Women Voters of Washington, Seattle, Washington, 23 May 1979

 

Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation, Inc., Vancouver, Washington, 14 August 1978

 

Lockheed Management Club, Seattle, Washington, 12 February 1980

 

Martin-Marietta Aluminum, Goldendale, Washington, 5 October 1979

 

Medal of Honor Recipients, Olympia, Washington, 9 November 1979

 

Mexican Americans, Tacoma, Washington, 5 August 1979

 

Mexican Community House, Tacoma, Washington, 2l June 1980

 

MOD-2 Wind Turbine Generators construction start ceremony (Bonnevi11e Power Administration), Goldendale, Washington, 11 April 1980

Box 152.

Mother Joseph Foundation

 

Campaign kick-off, Vancouver, Washington, 3 October 1978

 

Benefit Dance, Vancouver, Washington, 1 March 1980

 

Dedication, Washington, D.C., 1 May 1980

 

Remarks, Olympia, Washington, 9 October 1980

 

National Association of Tax Administrators - Conference on Revenue Estimating, Seattle, Washington, 22 October 1979

 

National Automobile Dealers Association, Vancouver, British Columbia, 20 June 1978

 

National Conference of Regulatory Attorneys, Olympia, Washington, 20 May 1980

 

National Convention of Democratic Women's Clubs, Seattle, Washington, 2l April 1979

 

National Council of Jewish Women, Seattle, Washington, 16 March 1980

 

National Freight Traffic Association, Palm Beach, Florida, November 1977

 

National Governors Association - White House International Trade Conference, Seattle, Washington, 6 June 1979

 

National Guard Association of Washington

 

Ocean Shores, Washington, 20 May 1978

 

Wenatchee, Washington, 28 April 1979

 

National Milk Producers Federation, Seattle, Washington, 27 November 1978

 

New Hope Training Center for the Handicapped, Spokane, Washington, 3l May 1979

 

Northern State Multi-Service Center dedication, Near Sedro Woo11ey, Washington, 14 July 1979

 

Northwest Center for the Retarded, Seattle, Washington, 28 July 1980

 

Northwest Electric Light and Power Association, Spokane, Washington, 25 September 1978

 

Northwest Regional Conference on the Emerging International Economic Order, Seattle, Washington, 30 March 1979

 

Northwest Regional Energy Conference, Seattle, Washington, 1 June 1978

 

Northwestern University Traffic Institute's Northwest/Southwest Combined Grad Retraining seminar, Tukwila, Washington, 16 July 1980

 

Nuclear Energy Women, Be11evue, Washington, 14 September 1979

 

Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, D.C., 6-7 November 1979

 

Nuclear Waste Disposal Conference, Stanford, California, 20 November 1979

 

Okanogan Town Ha11 meeting, Okanogan, Washington, 20 August 1980

 

Olympia Downtown Kiwanis Club, Olympia, Washington, 2 April 1979

 

Oregon/Washington Hotel Motel Operators, Rosario, Washington, 2 June 1980

 

Oregon, Washington, Idaho Chambers of Commerce Officers and Managers Conference, Portland, Oregon, 11 February 1980

Box 153.

Pacific Coast Association of Port Authorities, Vancouver, Washington, 8 August 1979

 

Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists, Vancouver, British Columbia, 2 October 1978

 

Pacific Logging Congress, Spokane, Washington, 16 November 1978

 

Pacific Northwest Be11, Seattle, Washington, 18 April 1979

 

Pacific Northwest Metals and Minerals Conference, Seattle, Washington, 8 May 1980

 

Padi11a Bay Estuarine Sanctuary, Anacortes, Washington, 18 May 1979

 

Pay n' Save Corporation

 

"Picture Perfect Washington," Seattle, Washington, 11 May 1979

 

Ribbon cutting ceremony, Seattle, Washington, 6 September 1979

 

Phi Chi Theta and Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternities, Renton, Washington, 21 October 1978

 

Philippine Independence 82nd Anniversary, Seattle, Washington, 14 June 1980

 

Pierce County Democratic Luncheon Club, Tacoma, Washington, 2l April 1980

 

Pine Lodge Correctional Center dedication, Near Medical Lake, 13 April 1978

 

PNRC meeting, Vancouver, Washington, 15 December 1978

 

Port of Kalama Marina Complex, Kalama, Washington, 16 July 1977

 

Poulsbo Noon Lions Club, Poulsbo, Washington, 28 June 1979

 

Prope11er Club, Seattle, Washington, 22 May 1979

 

Providence Medical Center dedication, Seattle, Washington, 24 July 1980

 

Raleigh Hi11s Hospital, Spokane, Washington, 18 May 1978

 

Realtors, Be11ingham, Washington, 1 February 1980

 

Redmond Rotary Club, Redmond, Washington, 14 January 1980

 

Regulatory Attorneys, Olympia, Washington, 20 May 1980

 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, 26 May 1978

 

Retsil Veterans Home Nursing Facility dedication, Retsil, Washington, 3 June 1980

 

Reynolds Aluminum

 

Recycling Plant opening, Kent, Washington, 7 December 1979

 

Luncheon, Olympia, Washington, 8 July 1980

 

Richland Chamber of Commerce, Richland, Washington

 

26 April 1978

 

28 April 1980

 

Rockwe11 Hanford Management Club, Richland, Virginia, 14 May 1980

 

Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute, Seattle, Washington, 12 July 1979

 

Scottish Rite Freemasonry Temple, Seattle, Washington

 

l8 March 1980

 

9 April 1980

Box 154.

Seattle and Charlotte, N.C. Chambers of Commerce, Seattle, Washington, 19 September 1978

 

Seattle Building and Construction Trades Council, Seattle, Washington, 23 June 1978

 

Seattle Chamber of Commerce, Seattle, Washington

 

9 February 1979

 

4 December 1979

 

l July 1980

 

Seattle Community Development Round Table, Seattle, Washington, 26 March 1979

 

Seattle Downtown Kiwanis Club, Seattle, Washington, 17 July 1979

 

Seattle Food Brokers, Be11evue, Washington, 12 September 1980

 

Seattle Hearing and Speech Center, Seattle, Washington, 3 April 1978

 

Seattle-King County Board of Realtors, Seattle, Washington, 16 March 1979

 

Seattle Rotary Club, Seattle, Washington, 16 January 1980

 

Seattle Savings League, Seattle, Washington, 15 July 1980

 

Senior Citizens - Bi11 signing ceremony (HB 491), Olympia, Washington, 9 May 1979

 

Senior Citizens Convention of Pacific County, Nase11e, Washington, 31 January 1979

 

Shoreline Rotary Club, Seattle, Washington, 19 August 1980

 

Simpson Timber Heroic Awards, Olympia, Washington, 11 August 1980

 

Snohomish County Cities and Towns Association, Edwards, Washington, 24 July 1980

 

Sons of Italy, Olympia, Washington, 25 May 1979

 

Soroptimist Club, Kiwanis Club and Lions Club, Yakima, Washington, 11 March 1980

 

Southwest Washington Contractors Association, Vancouver, Washington, 20 June 1979

 

Spokane Board of Realtors, Spokane, Washington, 3l May 1979

 

Spokane Club, Spokane, Washington, 13 April 1978

 

Spokane Community Co11ege, Spokane, Washington, 8 June 1978

 

Spokane Mayor Ron Bair, Spokane, Washington, 6 October 1979

 

St. Regis Paper Co. Foreman's Club, Tacoma, Washington, 2l January 1980

 

Standard Oil Co. (Chevron USA), Seattle, Washington, 9 September 1979

 

State Parks and Recreation Commission, Fort Worden State Park, Washington, 4 March 1980

 

Superior Court Judges Association, Port Ludlow, Washington, 27 March 1980

Box 155.

Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association, Lakewood, Washington, 16 February 1979

 

Tacoma Urban League, Tacoma, Washington, March 1979

 

Tacoma Women's Club, Tacoma, Washington, 18 May 1978

 

Toppenish Education Association, Yakima, Washington, 6 May 1980

 

Trooper Cadet Class, Olympia, Washington, 17 December 1979

 

United Association, Spokane, Washington, 25 April 1980

 

United for Washington, Tacoma, Washington, 29 March 1979

 

United Inner-City Foundation, Seattle, Washington, 30 January 1980

 

United Steelworkers of America, District 38, Spokane, Washington, 14 June 1978

 

United Way-Kitsap County, Bremerton, Washington, 24 March 1980

 

University District Kiwanis Club, Seattle, Washington, 25 August 1980

 

University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington, 16 September 1980

 

University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

 

Commencement, 10 June 1978

 

Insitute on Aging, 24 May 1979

 

Reserve Officers Training Corps Review (Governor's Day and Tri-Service Review)

 

l2 May 1978

 

l8 May 1979

 

l6 May 1980

 

Va11ey Council of the Spokane Board of Realtors, Spokane, Washington, 14 May 1980

 

Va11ey Senior Center, Spokane, Washington, 20 April 1979

 

Vernie Reed banquet, Olympia, Washington, 18 January 1980

 

Veterans of Foreign Wars

 

New Orleans, Louisiana, 20 August 1979

 

Everett, Washington, 20 June 1980

 

Warren G. Magnuson Health Sciences Center, Seattle, Washington, 3 November 1978

 

Warren G. Magnuson Interco11egiate Nursing Building, Spokane, Washington, 27 August 1980

 

Washington Apartment Association, Spokane, 7 September 1979

 

Washington Association of Broadcasters, Seattle, 10 March 1980

 

Washington Association of Conservation Districts, Spokane

 

26 November 1979

 

l7 January 1980

 

Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs, Richland, 19 June 1980

 

Washington Association of Wheat Growers, Spokane, 3 December 1978

 

"Washington Award for 1978," Chicago, I11inois, 22 February 1978

 

Washington Bond Club, Seattle, 7 August 1980

 

Washington Cattlemen's Association, Spokane, 8 November 1979

Box 156.

Washington Contract Loggers Association, Olympia

 

l6 March 1979

 

l4 March 1980

 

Washington Council on International Trade, Seattle, 2l August 1980

 

Washington Federation of State Employees, AFL-CIO, Spokane, 30 September 1978

 

Washington Hearing Aid Society, Seattle, 30 June 1979

 

Washington Hispanic-American Society, Olympia, 14 April 1979

 

Washington Home Builders Association, Seattle, 30 April 1979

 

Washington Housing Forum, Tacoma, 30 September 1978

 

Washington Immigration Action Committee, Olympia, 28 February 1980

 

Washington Independence Telephone Association, Seattle, 27 June 1979

 

Washington Newspaper Publishers Association

 

Spokane, 2l September 1978

 

Tumwater, 15 February 1979

 

Washington-Oregon Shippers Cooperative Association, Seattle, 7 April 1978

 

Washington-Oregon Soft Drink Association, Seattle, 1 May 1979

 

Washington Personnel Management Association, Olympia, 2 May 1978 (delivered by David Jenkins)

 

Washington Precast Concrete Industry, Seattle, 26 June 1980

 

Washington Public Power Supply System, Olympia, 19 October 1979

 

Washington Pulp and Paper Foundation, Seattle, 18 October 1979

 

Washington State Apprenticeship and Training Council, Olympia, 17 July 1980

 

Washington State Association of Counties

 

Olympia, 28 June 1978

 

Spokane, 29 June 1979

 

Union, 17 January 1980

 

Ocean Shores, 27 June 1980

 

Washington State Association of County Assessors, Yakima, 12 September 1979

 

Washington State Association of Fire Chiefs, Wenatchee, 25 June 1979

 

Washington State Builders, Seattle, 30 April 1979

 

Washington State Building and Construction Trades Council

 

Spokane, 10 August 1978 (delivered by Paul Bender)

 

Seattle, 16 August 1979

 

Washington State Cable Television Association, Olympia, 2l February 1979

 

Washington State Conference for People with Disabilities, Olympia, 10 November 1978 (delivered by Paul Bender)

 

Washington State Convention of the American G.I. Forum, Olympia, 3 June 1978

Box 157.

Washington State Council of Carpenters

 

Pasco, 13 April 1978

 

Moscow, Idaho, 10 April 1980

 

Washington State Council of Culinary Workers, Bartenders and Hotel Service Employees, Tacoma, 7 September 1979

 

Washington State County Clerks Association, Ocean Shores, 6 August 1980

 

Washington State Credit Union, Olympia, 12 September 1980

 

Washington State Democratic Committee

 

Spokane, 1 July 1978

 

Olympia, 27 January 1979

 

Hoquiam, 14 June 1980

 

Washington State Democratic Party

 

11th District, location unknown, 16 September 1978

 

29th District, Tacoma, 2 September 1980

 

Washington State Departments. See Speeches, Departments

 

Washington State Energy Council, Seattle

 

11 December 1978

 

28 August 1979

 

Washington State Farm Bureau, Olympia, 13 February 1980

 

Washington State Funeral Directors, Seattle, 9 June 1980

 

Washington State Grange

 

Be11ingham, 19 June 1978

 

Pu11man, 23 June 1980

 

Washington State Hospital Association, Spokane, 7 October 1978

 

Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO

 

Spokane, 3l August 1978

 

Seattle, 26 August 1980

 

Washington State Medical Association, Seattle, 6 October 1979

 

Washington State Patrol, Olympia

 

28 June 1979

 

30 June 1980

 

Washington State Pharmaceutical Association, Seattle, 25 June 1978

 

Washington State Trade and Convention Center, Seattle, 4 December 1978

 

Washington State Transportation Conference, Seattle, 10 September 1980

Box 158.

West Seattle Chamber of Commerce, West Seattle, Washington, 9 February 1979

 

Western Association of Graduate Schools, Seattle, Washington, 2 March 1980

 

Western Conference, The Council of State Govern- ments, Spokane, Washington, 14 August 1978

 

Western Conference of Independent Telephone Companies, Seattle, Washington, 27 June 1979

 

Western Conference of Public Service Commissions, Seattle, Washington, 13 June 1979

 

Western Conference of Teamsters, Seattle, Washington, 27 August 1979

 

Western Environmental Trade Association, Tumwater, Washington, 2 November 1978

 

Western States Liquor Administrators, Seattle, Washington, 7 September 1978

 

Western States Restaurant and Hotel Convention, Seattle, Washington, 13 June 1978

 

Western Washington Horticultural Society, Olympia, Washington, 9 January 1980

 

Weyerhaeuser Corporation

 

Informal meeting, Olympia, Washington, 9 November 1977

 

Technology Center dedication, Federal Way, Washington, 26 September 1978

 

Whatcom County Development Council, 14 February 1979

 

White House Council on Wage Price Stability, Seattle, Washington, 12 April 1979

 

Women's Business Exchange, Seattle, Washington, 15 May 1980

 

Women's Political Caucus, Olympia, Washington, 11 November 1979

 

World Trade Council, Seattle, Washington, 2l August 1980

 

Yakima Capitol Theatre dedication, Yakima, Washington, 4 November 1978

 

Yakima County Democratic Convention, Yakima, Washington, 6 May 1978

 

Yakima County 4-H Recognition banquet, Yakima, Washington, 10 November 1979

 

Yakima County Retired Teachers Association, Yakima, Washington, 2l June 1978

 

Yakima Indian Tribal Meeting on Water Rights, Topenish, Washington, 23 March 1979

 

Yakima Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs, Yakima, Washington, 19 July 1979

 

YMCA Youth Legislature, Olympia, Washington

 

11 April 1978

 

19 April 1979

 

State of the state address to a joint session of the Washington State Legislature

 

l6 January 1979

 

l5 January 1980

 

Statement on the state of the economy in Washington, 29 September 1980

Box 159.

Task forces and groups (3 folders)

 

Taxes (2 folders)

 

Television appearances

 

General

Box 160.

Phil Donahue Show, 26 October 1979. Correspondence (3 folders)

Box 161.

Question and answer newscasts fo11owing President Carter's speeches on energy, 5 April and 15 July 1979

(5 folders)

 

Reporter's Roundup, 9 July 1978

 

Viewpoint on the News

 

l8 March 1979

 

l April 1979

Box 162.

Testimonies

 

Tolan, Fred H.

 

Town Ha11 Meetings, State of Washington

 

General

 

Be11evue, 11 September 1980

 

Bremerton, 13 May 1980 (2 folders)

 

Wa11a Wa11a, 23 May 1978

 

West Seattle, 4 June 1980

Box 163.

Wi11apa Harbor-Raymond, 11 September 1979

 

Transition - Cooperation with Governor-elect Spe11man

 

Travel

 

General

 

United States

 

Far East

 

Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, October 1977 (2 folders)

 

Japan, People's Republic of China, September 1979 (2 folders)

Box 164.

Washington State agencies, boards and commissions

 

Agriculture Department (2 folders)

 

Athletic Commission

 

Attorney General

 

Commerce and Economic Development Department

 

Community Co11ege Education Board

 

Ecology Department (2 folders)

 

Emergency Services Department

 

Employment Development Services Council

 

Employment Security Department

Box 165.

Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council

 

Energy Office (4 folders)

 

Finance Committee

Box 166.

Financial Management Office

 

Fisheries Department (2 folders). See also Indian Affairs Department and SUBJECT FILE, Indian affairs

 

Gambling Commission

 

Game Department

 

General Administration Department (2 folders)

 

Historical Society

Box 167.

Indian Affairs Department. See also Fisheries Department

 

Industrial Insurance Appeals Board

 

Labor and Industries Department

 

Licensing Department

 

Liquor Control Board

 

Military Department

 

Natural Resources Department

 

Oceanographic Commission

 

Parks and Recreation Commission

 

Patrol, State

 

Personnel Department

 

Planning and Community Affairs Agency

 

Postsecondary Education Council

Box 168.

Postsecondary Education Council

 

Printing Department

 

Prison Terms and Paroles Board

 

Public Instruction, Superintendent of

 

Retirement Systems Department

 

Revenue Department

 

Social and Health Services Department (3 folders)

Box 169.

Social and Health Services Department

 

State Employees Insurance Board

 

Supreme Court

 

Tax Appeals Board

 

Traffic Safety Commission

 

Transportation Department (2 folders)

 

Treasurer

 

Urban Arterial Board

 

Utilities and Transportation Commission

 

Veterans Affairs Department

 

Welfare

 

Western Governors' Conference

 

1977

 

1979

 

OVERSIZE MATERIALS, 1937-1981

Box 170.

Awards, certificates, citations (45)

Box 171.

Guest books (7)

Box 172.

Honorary degrees (22)

Box 173.

Misce11anea, including birthday cards, calendars, clippings, commencement programs, invitations, drawings, license plates, office signs

Box 174.

Photograph albums of DLR while chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission and governor of the State of Washington (9)

Box 175.

Photograph albums of DLR while governor of the State of Washington (8)

Box 176.

Photograph album, scrapbooks (2), sister-city relationship certificate albums, including photographs (5)

Box 177.

Travel memorabilia from two trips to the Far East in 1977 and 1979, including books, flags, photograph albums, scrapbooks (20 items)

 

PHONOTAPE CASSETTES.

Box 178-180.

242 cassettes of speeches and interviews given by DLR while governor of the State of Washington; 3 cassettes of speeches by others at the Pacific Science Center: 2 cassettes of songs composed by individuals (2)

 

UNSORTED MATERIAL

Box 181.

Unsorted Material

 

MEMORABILIA.

Box 182-185.

cabinet

Art racks

Map case

Approximately 100 items and plaques presented to Memorabilia DLR, mostly upon giving lectures while chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission and governor of the State of Washington

Film shelf

MOTION PICTURE FILMS.

Scope and Content Note

15 films on scientific matters dating from DLR's years at the Pacific Science Center; 1 film on the economic impact of the eruption of Mount St. Helens

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For information on getting a use copy of motion picture films, please contact the Hoover Institution Archives
Film shelf

"Mount St. Helens," Less than 50 ft., 16mm film

Film shelf

"Animals of the Seashore #6," 900 ft., 16mm film

Film shelf

"Animals of the Seashore #11," 1100 ft., 16mm film

Film shelf

"Animals of the Seashore #13," 1500 ft., 16mm film

Film shelf

12 unlabeled 16mm films, 720-1190 ft. each

 

PHONORECORDS.

cabinet Record cabinet

2 records of songs entitled "Lovely Seattle/Win Some, Lose Some" and "Dixy Lee Ray or They A11 Want Her Back Again"

 

VIDEOTAPE CASSETTES.

cabinet Tape cabinet

l videotape cassette on Mount St. Helens entitled "The Mountain Erupts," 9 June 1980

Othertype 10.A-V

8M.02

Art Racks

PHOTOGRAPHS.

Physical Description: 1863 prints, 12 postcards, 112 negatives, 109 slides / 135 envelopes, 1 oversize box, 7 slide boxes.
mA

3 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at school. 1929

Envelope: B

35 prints of Dixy Lee Ray. undated

Envelope: C-E

56 prints of portraits of Dixy Lee Ray. undated

Envelope: F

17 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at commencement ceremonies. undated

Envelope: G

7 prints of Dixy Lee Ray with her sisters. undated

Envelope: H

40 prints of Dixy Lee Ray with others, on informal occasions. undated

Envelope: I

3 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the Explorer's Club (Waldorf Astoria) diner for Lowell Thomas. undated

Envelope: J

6 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at Fox Island. undated

Envelope: K-N

80 prints of Dixy Lee Ray with her dogs. undated

Envelope: O

12 postcards of India. 1962

Envelope: P-Q

114 prints of the TE VEGA expedition. 1963

Envelope: R

10 prints illustrating various behavioral aspects of ocypode ceratophthalma. undated

Envelope: S-V

102 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the AEC (miscellanea). undated

Envelope: W

1 print of an exhibit at the AEC. undated

Envelope: X

4 prints of the AEC Christmas party. 1974

Envelope: Y

5 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the "last hurrah" reception for the AEC, with Glenn Seaborg and Mrs. Lewis Strauss. December 4, 1974

Envelope: Z

2 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the last meeting of the AEC, with William Anders, Paul C. Bender and William A. Kriegsman. December 31, 1974

Envelope: AA

1 print of Dixy Lee Ray with the Division of Classification Professional Women, AEC. December 17, 1974.

Envelope: AB

3 prints of Dixy Lee Ray with the Division of Controlled Thermonuclear Research, AEC, with Robert L. Hirsch. undated

Envelope: AC-AD

34 prints of Dixy Lee Ray in Amtchitka, Alaska for the Cannikin Test, Bioenvironmental Program. July 1973

Envelope: AE

1 print of Dixy Lee Ray at the ARCS Foundation Award ceremony, Beverly Hills, Ca. June 22, 1974

Envelope: AF

11 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the Argonne National Laboratory Argonne, Ill. November 1, 1972

Envelope: AG

6 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the Battelle Institute Richland, VA. undated

Envelope: AH

4 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at Bendix Corporation, Kansas City, Kansas. August 25, 1972

Envelope: AI

1 print depicting an anti-nuclear protest at the dedication of the Fermi National Accelerator. May 11, 1974

Envelope: AJ

9 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the Toastmasters Club, Germantown, Maryland. undated

Envelope: AK

21 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at Hanford, WA. with Thomas Nemzek and William O. Doub. undated

Envelope: AL

6 prints of Dixy Lee Ray in Idaho Falls, Idaho. 1972

Envelope: AM-AO

29 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the Nevada Test Site, in Jackass Flats. 1972

Envelope: AP

9 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at Los Alamos, NM with Harold Agnew. undated

Envelope: AQ

2 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at "Meet the Press" April 14, 1974

Envelope: AR

9 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the Mound Laboratory, Dayton Ohio. October 30, 1972

Envelope: AS

6 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at NASA, Washington D.C. 1973

Envelope: AT

2 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the Navy War College, Washington D.C., with Admiral M.G. Bayne. October 2, 1973

Envelope: AU

9 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 1972

Envelope: AV

35 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the Rio Blanco Site, Colorado and of the anti-nuclear demonstration. undated

Envelope: AW

4 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at Rocky Flats, Golden, Colorado. undated

Envelope: AX

5 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the Sandia Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM. August 22, 1972

Envelope: AY

2 prints depicting the solar energy project at the Grover Cleveland Junior High School, Dorchester, Mass. 1974

Envelope: AZ

9 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the St. Vrain Plant, Colorado, with William Anders, Wayne Aspinall, Orval Hansen, Craig Hosmer, R.E. Parsons, Art Rolander. undated

Envelope: BA

8 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the UC Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley, CA. undated

Envelope: BB

13 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the Union Carbide Corporation, Nuclear Division, Paducah, Kentucky. October 20, 1972.

Envelope: BC

3 prints of Dixy Lee Ray with the U.S. Coast Guard. undated

Envelope: BD

8 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the White House Meeting on Energy with Frederick Dent, Robert Newlin, Morton Rogers. May 16, 1974

Envelope: BE

4 prints of Dixy Lee Ray with Senator Bellman. undated

Envelope: BF

6 prints of Dixy Lee Ray with Senator Dominick. undated

mBG

8 prints of Dixy Lee Ray with President Ford. undated

Envelope: BH

9 prints of Dixy Lee Ray with Alexander Haig. undated

mBI

8 prints of Dixy Lee Ray with President Nixon. undated

Envelope: BJ

2 prints of Dixy Lee Ray with Nelson Rockefeller and President Nixon. undated

Envelope: BK

3 prints of Dixy Lee Ray with Commissioner James Ramery. undated

Envelope: BL

35 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at an AEC reception, with Admiral Rickover. undated

Envelope: BM

3 prints of Dixy Lee Ray with ERDA members. undated

Envelope: BN

12 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the State Department (misc.) undated

Envelope: BO

6 prints depicting Dixy Lee Ray being sworn-in as Assistant Secretary of State with Henry Kissinger. January 29, 1975

Envelope: BP

3 prints of Dixy Lee Ray's office at the State Department. undated

Envelope: BQ

7 prints of Dixy Lee Ray with the U.S.-Iran Joint Commission meeting. May 23, 1975

mBR

3 prints of Dixy Lee Ray with Henry Kissinger and Nelson Rockefeller. undated

Envelope: BS

3 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at a United Way gathering. September 26, 1975

Envelope: BT

10 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at Brookhaven. December 9-10, 1975

Envelope: BU

4 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the Evergreen Safety Council. October 3, 1975

Envelope: BV

4 prints of Dixy Lee Ray. 1976

Envelope: BW

14 prints relating to the bomb threat scare in Olympia. 1976

Envelope: BX-BZ

80 prints depicting Dixy Lee Ray's campaign. 1976

Envelope: CA

2 prints depicting Dixy Lee Ray voting at Fox Island. November 2, 1976

Envelope: CB

16 prints depicting the election night/victory party at the Tacoma Bicentennial Pavilion. November 2, 1976

Envelope: CC

32 prints depicting Dixy Lee Ray being sworn-in as Governor in Olympia. January 12, 1977.

Envelope: CD

10 prints depicting the office party in Dixy Lee Ray's Governor's office on the first day at work, with Louis Guzzo. undated

Envelope: CE

24 prints depicting the inaugural balls in Olympia (January 12) and Tacoma (January 25)

Envelope: CF

4 prints depicting the inaugural ball at the Elks Club in Port Angeles. January 14, 1976

Envelope: CG-CH

74 prints depicting Dixy Lee Ray's 1980 campaign. undated

Envelope: CI-CV

335 prints of Dixy Lee Ray as Governor (miscellanea) undated

Envelope: CW

18 prints depicting the Governor's Mansion. undated

Envelope: CX

5 prints depicting ships named after Governor Ray. undated

Envelope: CY

5 prints of Dixy Lee Ray with Chevron executives. undated

Envelope: CZ

6 prints depicting Dixy Lee Ray dedicating fisheries. undated

Envelope: DA

4 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at Ellensburg rodeo. undated

Envelope: DB

3 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at her first press conference. undated

Envelope: DC

3 prints of Dixy Lee Ray flying in the cockpit of a Goodyear plane. undated

Envelope: DD

8 prints of Dixy Lee Ray greeting Vice-Premier Deng of the People's Republic of China. 1979

Envelope: DE

3 prints of Dixy Lee Ray greeting Japanese officials. undated

Envelope: DF

11 prints depicting Dixy Lee Ray at various horse races. undated

Envelope: DG

9 prints depicting Dixy Lee Ray reviewing troops at Keyport. November 9, 1977.

Envelope: DH

11 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at Los Alamos. 1978

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31 prints relating to the eruption of Mount St. Helens. May 1980.

Envelope: DJ

4 prints depicting the ash fall from Mount St. Helens. July 1980

Envelope: DK

9 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the construction start of the MOD-2, Bonneville Power Administration, with Warren G. Magnuson and Mike McCormack. undated

Envelope: DL

7 prints of Dixy Lee Ray with participants of the Northern Tier Conference held in the Governor's Mansion. undated

Envelope: DM

7 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at Officers' Wives' Club reception. September 1978.

Envelope: DN

7 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the Olympic Hotel. undated

Envelope: DO

12 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the Port Dock dinner in Camas, WA. August 27, 1980

Envelope: DP

23 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at a reception at the Governor's Mansion. undated

Envelope: DQ

32 prints of Dixy Lee Ray flying to California and watching the Rose Bowl football game. 1979

Envelope: DR

4 prints depicting the Capitol in Olympia. undated

Envelope: DS-DT

25 prints of Dixy Lee Ray swearing-in State patrol officers. undated

Envelope: DU

27 prints of Dixy Lee Ray in Taiwan and Japan. October 1977

Envelope: DV

15 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at Town Hall meetings. undated

Envelope: DW

16 prints of Dixy Lee Ray with Veterans undated

Envelope: DX

4 prints depicting Dixy Lee Ray addressing the Wisconsin Power and Light Company, on two different occasions. undated

Envelope: DY-DZ

28 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at Christmas parties. undated

Envelope: EA

6 prints of Dixy Lee Ray and her sister Marion Reid posing in front of the Capitol in Olympia for their Christmas card. undated

Envelope: EB

4 prints of Dixy Lee Ray with President Carter and Vice President Mondale. undated

Envelope: EC

5 prints of Dixy Lee Ray at the Argonne National Laboratory. May 1981

Envelope: ED

25 prints of Dixy Lee Ray and other people (miscellanea) undated

Envelope: EE

112 negatives of Dixy Lee Ray undated

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30 oversize prints of Dixy Lee Ray (miscellanea) undated

cabinet Slide cabinet

SLIDES.

Box: 1

5 slides of Dixy Lee Ray's appearance on television for the 1974 Woman of the Year Award.

Box: 2-3

33 slides depicting the CAPCO (Central Area Power Coordination Group) power plants, Pennsylvania.

Box: 4-7

71 slides of Dixy Lee Ray posing as Governor in her office.

Confidential Documents

 

ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION

 

Envelope on which Dixy Lee Ray wrote: "These materials should be held confidential - not open to general scrutiny during the lifetime of the subject individual (former AEC Commissioner Clarence Larson)"

 

Handwritten letter/memorandum to DLR from Gom...? on the role of the AEC, relationship with other agencies, etc. PERSONAL

 

Study entitled "An Alternative Energy Strategy," by Conan. CONFIDENTIAL

 

STATE DEPARTMENT

 

Discussion paper on safeguards and export controls - British meeting, l0 June 1975. CONFIDENTIAL

 

Memorandum for all American diplomatic posts from the State Department entitled "The Challenge of the Developing Countries: New Demands for Power and Participation." CONFIDENTIAL

 

Memorandum for DLR from William Sullivan, Jr. re program and resources plan. CONFIDENTIAL

 

Memorandum for the Chief of naval operations from the Department of the Navy. CONFIDENTIAL, RESTRICTED DATA (CLASSIFIED BY AEC-DOD CLASSIFICATION)

 

Memorandum for the President from Jim Cannon re providing additional U.S. uranium capacity. CONFIDENTIAL

 

Memorandum of conversation to NPT backstopping group, re regional reprocessing in Asia. CONFIDENTIAL

 

Note entitled "Issues of Concern to the State Department on Implementing the UEA Decision." CONFIDENTIAL

 

Note for DLR re the responsabilities of the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Technology, OES. OFFICIAL USE ONLY

 

Study entitled "The Multinational Approach." SECRET

 

Telegrams re nuclear safeguards in Brazil. LIMITED OFFICIAL USE and CONFIDENTIAL

 

INTERIM YEARS

 

Letter and curriculum vitae of Malvern Gilmartin, Director of the Australian Institute of Science. PERSONAL

 

Memorandum and attachments for members of the Defense Science Board. SECRET

 

GUBERNATORIAL CAMPAIGNS

 

1976: envelope of materials from John Vernon Kamm, marked PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL

 

1980: -letter to DLR from John Sylvester re "Former Students of Dixy for Governor" marked by DLR "PUT IN PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL LOCKED FILE"

 

1980: -memorandum to DLR from Louis Guzzo on Gambling Trial coverage. CONFIDENTAIL

 

GOVERNORSHIP

 

Folder labeled "Democratic Platforms" marked DO NOT ARCHIVE, SAVE

 

Folder marked CONFIDENTIAL, PERSONNEL FILES

 

Letter and enclosure to DLR from William Hutchinson, President and Director of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL

 

Letter to DLR from Albert Turrill re demand for position in DLR's administration. CONFIDENTIAL

 

Letters to DLR from Fred Tolan re China trip, l5-28 September 1979. HOLD PRIVATE meeting with Seattle Post-Intelligencer. CONFIDENTIAL

 

Letter to DLR from Gordon Culp and attachment entitled "Draft Statement for Governor Ray for April ll Northwest Governors' Meeting on Regional Electric Energy Matters." PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL

 

Letter to DLR from Robert Mucklestone and attachment entitled "Estate Plannning Data." CONFIDENTIAL

 

Memorandum (clipped together with "A Summary - Aluminum Industry in Washington State and Possible Energy Shortage Impacts," Jack Wood) to DLR from Bob Mickelson re Task Group on Economic Development and Employment. CONFIDENTIAL

 

Memorandum to DLR from Dean Cole re Section 8 (housing). CONFIDENTIAL

 

Memorandum to DLR from Jack Wood re indications of diesel demand. CONFIDENTIAL

 

Memorandum to DLR from Joe Zaspel re tourism. CONFIDENTIAL

 

Memorandum to DLR from Louis Guzzo re Senator Al Williams' hearings on Historic Preservation. CONFIDENTIAL

 

Memorandum to DLR from R.Y. Woodhouse re Jay Spearman, Chairman and Executive Secretary of the Washington State Barber Examining Board. CONFIDENTIAL, RE PERSONNEL

 

Memorandum to DLR from the Department of Social and Health Services and enclosure re scandal in one of the Seattle offices (statutory rape of the 3rd degree). CONFIDENTIAL

 

Outline of thesis on international trade sent to DLR by Rita? (Burlington Northern). PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL

 

Study entitled "Management Review, Washington State Department of Emergency Services," November 1978. CONFIDENTIAL

 

Study entitled "Management Review, Washington State Energy Office," November 1979. CONFIDENTIAL

 

Vault-lst floor key (in sealed envelope)