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Pearl Carter Pace Collection, 1902-2000

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Author

Melanie G. Smith

Title

Pearl Carter Pace Collection

Date

1902-2000

Repository

Western Kentucky University Library special CollectionsBowling Green, Kentucky, 42101-3576 USA

Conditions Governing Access note

Collection is open for research. This collection and numerous othercollections are accessible through a card catalog and print inventories at theKentucky Building. Manuscripts and Folklife Archives collections do notcirculate nor are they listed on the university's online library catalog. Avalid I.D. is required to use the materials. Limited photocopying is done forpatrons.

Preferred Citation Note

[Identification of item] Pearl Carter Pace Collection, MSS 114, Library Special Collections, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green.

Extent

84 boxes. 852 folders. 18,012 items.

Biography/History

Pearl Eagle [Carter] Pace was born in Tompkinsville, Monroe County, Kentucky on January 25, 1896, the daughter of James Clark Carter, Sr. and Idru [Tucker] Carter. She received her public education locally, graduating in 1915. Pace taught in two elementary schools in Monroe County, Kentucky, then furthered her education in 1917 at Western Kentucky State Normal School in Bowling Green, Kentucky. From 1917 to 1918 she was a public school teacher in the Cumberland County community of Marrowbone.

Pace married Stanley Dan Pace of Waterview, Cumberland County, Kentucky on December 24, 1917, and they resided in Burkesville, Kentucky most of their married life. They had three children: Patricia Nell "Patty" born February 2, 1919, who married Maurice Clifton "Doc" Keen, Stanley Carter born February 15, 1921, who married Elaine Marilyn Cutchall, and Mary Elizabeth "Molly" born June 22, 1924, who married Kenneth Monroe Carr.

Pace began her business career as a bookkeeper in 1924, and in 1940 became secretary-treasurer of the Cumberland Construction Company, Monroe-Cumberland Crushed Stone Company, and Cumberland Crushed Stone Company. She assumed the presidency of these family-owned businesses in 1943. Pace was a managing agent for Ashland Oil Company in Monroe, Clinton and Adair Counties, Kentucky.

In 1938, Pace achieved an outstanding goal -- that of being the first woman in Kentucky to be elected to a four-year term as sheriff. Serving as Cumberland County sheriff from 1938 to 1941, she replaced her husband who could not legally succeed himself.

Stanley was Cumberland County Democratic Executive Committee Chairman for many years, while Pearl ran on the Republican ticket. After her husband was killed in a traffic accident in 1941, she became active in the Republican Party. Pace served as secretary of the Cumberland County Republican Committee and then as chairman and vice-chairman of the Ninth Congressional District for four years. Additionally, she was a nine year member of the Republican State Central Committee, and Republican National Committeewoman for Kentucky from 1948 to 1957.

Pace was an active campaigner in the 1952 election of Dwight D. Eisenhower. In December 1953, Eisenhower appointed Pace to the War Claims Commission, which became the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission in July 1954. She attained chairmanship of the Commission in December 1959, thereby becoming the second-ranking woman in the Eisenhower Administration. Pace resigned in the spring of 1961, following John F. Kennedy's election in November 1960.

Active membership in many religious, civic, political and professional organizations in Kentucky and Washington, D.C. occupied much of Pace's time. During the 1940s, she was chairman of the Civil Works Administration, later named the Works Progress Administration, in Cumberland County, and filled the position of chairman for the Cumberland County Federal Relief Association Advisory Committee for a time. Pace also served on the Advisory Committee of the Kentucky Republican Women's Club and as governor of the Eighth District. From 1948 to 1950, Pace was a board member of the Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs, serving as Department Coordinator. Other memberships held included: Advisory Board of the American Cancer Society of Kentucky; Board of Crippled Children's Bureau; National Advisory Board for Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, serving as one of its Executive Board's directors; and the Welcome to Washington Club, of which she was a founding Co-Chairman of the Evening Group. Furthermore, Pace served on the State Board of Kentucky Crushed Stone Association and the Board of the National Limestone Institute and its legislative committee. She spoke often at various meetings and conventions throughout the nation.

Pace suffered several illnesses throughout the years; and in March 1962, she had a debilitating stroke. Yet after recuperating, she continued to participate in limited activities and enjoyed traveling. Pace died on January 14, 1970 and was interred in the Pace-Allen Cemetery near Grider in Cumberland County, Kentucky.

Scope and Content

The collection is organized primarily in chronological order within the areas of personal, professional, civic and political concerns.

Her personal materials include data from her days as Cumberland County sheriff as well as correspondence with family and friends. Correspondence and other items focus on Stanley Carter Pace's military career and his time as a prisoner of war in Europe during World War II.

Additional personal financial data include ledgers, correspondence, and household receipts. Personal travel and entertainment materials include tourist information, restaurant menus, stage bills, and programs. Then too, there are photographs of Pace, family, friends, and associates, and many Christmas and other greeting cards.

Business papers focus on Pace's tenure as sheriff and her involvement in the many family businesses in Cumberland County and the surrounding area.

Materials relating to her civic involvement include educational, philanthropic and social committee and club activities in Kentucky and Washington, D.C.

Her political days are documented from that of sheriff to Kentucky Republican National Committeewoman to chairmanship of the U. S. Foreign Claims Settlement Commission to her concern for the role of women in politics. Pace did much public speaking, and her speeches -- with associated data -- are included, as well as documentation of her service on boards and committees. White House correspondence and invitations, in addition to other governmental-related materials on both the local, state, and national levels are also available.

Collection Inventory

BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL DATA. 1917-1999; n.d.291 items
Inventory. 1917-1999. 7 items
[box: 1, folder: 1]
Biographical data. Dec. 24, 1917-1992; n.d. 50 items
[box: 1, folder: 2]
Newspaper clippings. Oct. 19, 1941-Apr. 25, 1985. 112 items
[box: 1, folder: 3]
Newspaper clippings. n.d. 31 items
[box: 1, folder: 4]
Commissions, memberships, passes, etc.Jan. 31, 1950-1965; n.d. 32 items
[box: 1, folder: 5]
Personal files - Listing. 1960. 2 items
[box: 1, folder: 6]
Notebooks written after her stroke. Post Mar. 1962. 49 items
[box: 1, folder: 7]
Drawings from children. n.d. 6 items
[box: 1, folder: 8]
Pace coats of arms. n.d. 2 items
[box: 1, folder: 9]
SHERIFF RECORDS
SHERIFF - CUMBERLAND COUNTY RECORDS. 1930-1942; n.d. 111 items
[box: 2]
Sheriff - Records. June 20, 1938-Dec. 1941. 32 items
[box: 2, folder: 1]
Sheriff - Records. Jan. 2, 1942-June 1942; n.d. 39 items
[box: 2, folder: 2]
Cumberland County Board of Health - Ledger. May 1, 1930-May 23, 1940. 1 item
[box: 2, folder: 3]
Stanley Dan Pace - Receipt book. Oct. 6, 1934-Mar. 5, 1935. 1 item
[box: 2, folder: 4]
Expense and reconciliation - Ledger. 1934-Dec. 1941. 2 items
[box: 2, folder: 5]
Bank of Cumberland - Deposit slips - Stanley Dan Pace. Oct. 1, 1936-Sept. 12, 1938. 24 items
[box: 2, folder: 6]
Bank of Cumberland - Deposit book and checks - Pearl Carter Pace.Dec. 1, 1941-Sept. 1, 1941. 3 items
[box: 2, folder: 7]
Names - Tax list. 1937-1939. 1 item
[box: 2, folder: 8]
Names - Tax list. 1938-1941. 2 items
[box: 2, folder: 9]
Checks - Listing. Jan. 1939-Dec. 1939. 1 item
[box: 2, folder: 10]
Lists by precinct of jurists and notices - Ledger. 1939-1941. 3 items
[box: 2, folder: 11]
Delinquent list. 1941. 1 item
[box: 2, folder: 12]
Exoneration list. n.d. 1 item
[box: 2, folder: 13]
SHERIFF - CUMBERLAND COUNTY - CHECKS. 1934-1940. 16 items
[box: 3]
Stanley D. Pace - Signee. Feb. 24, 1934-Nov. 8, 1934. 12 items
[box: 3, folder: 1]
Stanley D. Pace - Signee. Dec. 18, 1934-Nov. 7, 1936. 1 item
[box: 3, folder: 2]
Stanley D. Pace and Pearl [Carter] Pace - Signees. Nov. 14, 1936-Mar. 3, 1938. 1 item
[box: 3, folder: 3]
Pearl [Carter] Pace - Signee. Jan. 22, 1938-July 11, 1939. 1 item
[box: 3, folder: 4]
Pearl [Carter] Pace - Signee. July 13, 1939-Aug. 5, 1940. 1 item
[box: 3, folder: 5]
SHERIFF - CUMBERLAND COUNTY - FEES. 1934-1937. 1 item
[box: 4]
Sheriff's fees book (civil) - Cumberland County, Kentucky.Jan. 3, 1934-Feb. 2, 1937. 1 item
[box: 4, folder: 1]
SHERIFF - CUMBERLAND COUNTY - ARRESTS. 1934-1938. 1 item
[box: 5]
Sheriff's arrest log book - Cumberland County, Kentucky.Jan. 4, 1934-Aug. 29, 1938. 1 item
[box: 5, folder: 1]
FAMILY CORRESPONDENCE
FAMILY CORRESPONDENCE. 1935-1975; n.d. 370 items
[box: 6]
Stanley Dan Pace (husband). Aug. 7, 1935; n.d. 2 items
[box: 6, folder: 1]
Relatives - Correspondence. July 26, 1937-Dec. 13, 1968; n.d. 85 items
[box: 6, folder: 2]
Mary Elizabeth "Molly" [Pace] Carr (daughter). June 1939-Sept. 19, 1967; n.d. 111 items
[box: 6, folder: 3]
Beulah [Pace] Allen (sister-in-law). 1940-Apr. 11, 1966; n.d. 22 items
[box: 6, folder: 4]
James Clark Carter, Jr. (brother). May 26, 1941-Feb. 2, 1967; n.d. 34 items
[box: 6, folder: 5]
James Clark Carter, Jr. - Henry R. Anderson murder trial -Newspaper clippings. Jan. 22, 1960-Mar. 2, 1960; n.d. 9 items
[box: 6, folder: 6]
Patricia Nell "Patty" [Pace] Keen (daughter). Oct. 17, 1942-Jan. 1970; n.d. 66 items
[box: 6, folder: 7]
Tim Lee (brother) and Kathleen B. "Katy" Carter - World War II letters,newspaper clippings and correspondence. Pre-June 12, 1943-Jan. 22, 1975; n.d. 41 items
[box: 6, folder: 8]
FAMILY CORRESPONDENCE. 1944-1985; n.d. 310 items
[box: 7]
James Clark Carter, Sr. (father). Mar. 16, 1944-Nov. 24, 1944. 3 items
[box: 7, folder: 1]
George Eldon (nephew) and Ruth "Manya" Allen. July 22, 1944-Apr. 9, 1962; n.d. 27 items
[box: 7, folder: 2]
Mary Julia Neal (niece). Oct. 15, 1944-July 22, 1985; n.d. 29 items
[box: 7, folder: 3]
Dollie [Tucker] Eubank (aunt). Dec. 28, 1944-Jan. 20, 1969; n.d. 11 items
[box: 7, folder: 4]
Abe Parker Carter (brother) - Correspondence and newspaperclippings. Nov. 18, 1949-Aug. 4, 1966; n.d. 7 items
[box: 7, folder: 5]
Mary Hazelean [Pace] Brewster (niece). May 24, 1951-Dec. 1959; n.d. 8 items
[box: 7, folder: 6]
Maurice Clifton "Doc" Keen, Sr. (son-in-law). Nov. 8, 1951-Oct. 2, 1969; n.d. 8 items
[box: 7, folder: 7]
Maurice Clifton "Doc" Keen, Sr. - New York Life InsuranceCompany plan. n.d. 5 items
[box: 7, folder: 8]
James Charles Jernigan (nephew) - Incoming invitations andnewspaper clippings. May 25, 1952-Sept. 5, 1969. 5 items
[box: 7, folder: 9]
Kenneth Monroe Carr (son-in-law) - Correspondence and newspaperclipping. June 25, 1952-May 1, 1985. 16 items
[box: 7, folder: 10]
Kenneth Monroe Carr - Correspondence - Membership in the Armyand Navy Club. Feb. 9, 1955-Mar. 28, 1955; n.d. 13 items
[box: 7, folder: 11]
Betty Carol [Pace] Clark (niece). Oct. 5, 1952-Dec. 1959; n.d. 7 items
[box: 7, folder: 12]
Stanton and Mae [Carter] Taylor (sister). Jan. 28, 1953-Dec. 14, 1968; n.d. 13 items
[box: 7, folder: 13]
Joe W. Taylor (nephew). Apr. 13, 1953-Dec. 13, 1968. 9 items
[box: 7, folder: 14]
Lorraine Barr (niece). Dec. 1953-Dec. 16, 1968. 8 items
[box: 7, folder: 15]
Elsie Anna [Barr] Carter (niece). Jan. 12, 1954-Nov. 15, 1967; n.d. 10 items
[box: 7, folder: 16]
Rebecca Pace "Becky" [Keen] Gray (granddaughter). Mar. 15, 1953-June 18, 1969; n.d. 26 items
[box: 7, folder: 17]
Vivian [Carter] Hayes (sister). Nov. 18, 1954-Nov. 10, 1969; n.d. 20 items
[box: 7, folder: 18]
Mary Pace [Keen] Grant (granddaughter). Feb. 14, 1955-Apr. 20, 1968; n.d. 25 items
[box: 7, folder: 19]
Patty Pace "Teencie" [Keen] Cash (granddaughter). Feb. 15, 1955-Dec. 1968. 10 items
[box: 7, folder: 20]
Margoline [Pace] (niece) and Charles Blakey. Mar. 30, 1955-Post Dec. 1960. 8 items
[box: 7, folder: 21]
Elizabeth Paull "Betsy" Alexander (niece). Feb. 17, 1956-Apr. 19, 1967; n.d. 14 items
[box: 7, folder: 22]
Maurice Clifton, Jr. "Little Doc" (grandson) and Brookie [Skipworth]Keen. Jan. 16, 1957-Dec. 14, 1960; n.d. 6 items
[box: 7, folder: 23]
Sarah Ann [Alexander] Sanders (niece). Apr. 20, 1957-Mar. 25, 1967. 6 items
[box: 7, folder: 24]
James Fred (brother-in-law) and Alcie [Kinslow] Pace. Sept. 4, 1958-Dec. 14, 1960; n.d. 8 items
[box: 7, folder: 25]
Wick R., Jr. (nephew) and Dally Harlan. Dec. 1958-Sept. 12, 1960; n.d. 8 items
[box: 7, folder: 26]
STANLEY CARTER PACE
STANLEY CARTER PACE. 1940-1945; n.d. 441 items
[box: 8]
West Point cadet - Outgoing letters. July 13, 1940-May 10, 1942. 28 items
[box: 8, folder: 1]
Military service - Correspondence. Sept. 13, 1942-Aug. 1, 1944; n.d. 41 items
[box: 8, folder: 2]
Concerning Stan - Correspondence from friends. Jan. 1, 1944-Aug. 22, 1945
[box: 8, folder: 3]
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Crane. Jan. 1, 1944-June 3, 1945. 13 items
[box: 8, folder: 3a]
Elaine Marilyn Cutchall - Incoming letters. Mar. 10, 1944-Aug. 21, 1945. 16 items
[box: 8, folder: 3b]
John Marshall Robsion, Jr. and Walter Ray "W. R." Smith.Aug. 19, 1944-May 28, 1945; n.d. 21 items
[box: 8, folder: 3c]
Janet Hemphill and Lola Taylor (mother). Sept. 9, 1944-Aug. 22, 1945. 10 items
[box: 8, folder: 3d]
John V. Knaus. Oct. 23, 1944-Feb. 24, 1945. 3 items
[box: 8, folder: 3e]
Relatives and members of Stan's airplane crew - Correspondence.Jan. 2, 1944-July 9, 1945; n.d. 13 items
[box: 8, folder: 4]
C. E. "Bud" and Annette F. Shelor - Incoming letters. Apr. 13, 1944-May 16, 1945; n.d. 15 items
[box: 8, folder: 4a]
William I. and Freda Teller and family. May 31, 1944-July 9, 1945. 32 items
[box: 8, folder: 4b]
Relatives of Stan's airplane crew - Correspondence. Sept. 5, 1944-Aug. 6, 1945
[box: 8, folder: 5]
Naomi E. Jackson. Sept. 5, 1944-Aug. 6, 1945. 13 items
[box: 8, folder: 5a]
Virginia Holland. Sept. 6, 1944-July 7, 1945. 16 items
[box: 8, folder: 5b]
Emily P. Coote. Sept. 16, 1944-Aug. 6, 1945. 17 items
[box: 8, folder: 5c]
Frances E. Schultz and Peter Schultz. Sept. 24, 1944-June 26, 1945. 7 items
[box: 8, folder: 5d]
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perkins. Oct. 28, 1944-May 29, 1945. 6 items
[box: 8, folder: 5e]
Celestine Strahan. Nov. 12, 1944-July 23, 1945. 5 items
[box: 8, folder: 5f]
Prisoner of War - Correspondence. Aug. 3, 1944-May 27, 1945. 29 items
[box: 8, folder: 6]
War Department and Red Cross - Correspondence. Aug. 17, 1944-June 20, 1945. 63 items
[box: 8, folder: 7]
Missing in action - Correspondence from friends. Aug. 21, 1944-May 5, 1945. 41 items
[box: 8, folder: 8]
Radio broadcasts - Transcripts and correspondence. Sept. 2, 1944-Mar. 5, 1945. 40 items
[box: 8, folder: 9]
Prisoners of War Bulletins. Sept. 1943-June 1945. 11 items
[box: 8, folder: 10]
Cumberland County War Album. Apr. 1, 1945. 1 item
[box: 8, folder: 11]
STANLEY CARTER PACE. 1947-1986; n.d. 208 items
[box: 9]
Correspondence. May 31, 1947-Feb. 16, 1970. 26 items
[box: 9, folder: 1]
Elaine Marilyn [Cutchall] Pace (wife) - Correspondence. Mar. 28, 1951-Dec. 30, 1968; n.d. 64 items
[box: 9, folder: 2]
Business papers and newspaper clippings. Jan. 5, 1955-1986; n.d. 46 items
[box: 9, folder: 3]
Lawrence Timothy "Larry", Stanley Dan and Richard Yost "Dick" Pace (sons) - Incoming letters. Feb. 10, 1956-June 5, 1968; n.d. 36 items
[box: 9, folder: 4]
Stan and Elaine's trip to Europe, May 1-29, 1960 - Correspondence.Apr. 25, 1960-June 22, 1960. 36 items
[box: 9, folder: 5]
PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE
PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE. 1940-1970; n.d. 143 items
[box: 10]
General correspondence. May 7, 1940-Dec. 6, 1954. 43 items
[box: 10, folder: 1]
General correspondence. Mar. 8, 1955-Dec. 20, 1960. 43 items
[box: 10, folder: 2]
General correspondence. Jan. 9, 1961-Dec. 22, 1962. 14 items
[box: 10, folder: 3]
General correspondence. Jan. 10, 1963-Feb. 16, 1970. 21 items
[box: 10, folder: 4]
General correspondence. n.d. 22 items
[box: 10, folder: 5]
PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE. 1948-1968; n.d. 389 items
[box: 11]
James Stephen Watkins. Dec. 22, 1948-Dec. 14, 1963; n.d. 12 items
[box: 11, folder: 1]
Allan M. Trout - Correspondence and articles in The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Kentucky.Oct. 29, 1951-Oct. 5, 1961; n.d. 28 items
[box: 11, folder: 2]
Vivian and Kenneth Tuggle. Jan. 7, 1952-Dec. 17, 1968. 14 items
[box: 11, folder: 3]
Marian Durham. Sept. 17, 1952-Jan. 5, 1966; n.d. 11 items
[box: 11, folder: 4]
Pearl [Mitchell] Sayre. Dec. 11, 1952-1968; n.d. 126 items
[box: 11, folder: 5]
Katherine [Graham] Howard. Pre-1953-Dec. 12, 1963; n.d. 17 items
[box: 11, folder: 6]
Adolph Monroe "Moco" Edwards, Jr. May 17, 1953-Jan. 1960; n.d. 11 items
[box: 11, folder: 7]
Opal Lucas. May 27, 1953-Dec. 23, 1963; n.d. 44 items
[box: 11, folder: 8]
Lillian Herald [South] Tye. Nov. 25, 1953-Mar. 6, 1961; n.d. 67 items
[box: 11, folder: 9]
Ann and Ralph Becker - Incoming cards and invitations. Apr. 16, 1954-June 13, 1960; n.d. 11 items
[box: 11, folder: 10]
H. A. "Slew" Hewett. Dec. 27, 1954-July 30, 1964. 4 items
[box: 11, folder: 11]
Mildred E. Reeves. Apr. 6, 1955-Feb. 3, 1960. 13 items
[box: 11, folder: 12]
Jo Graham. July 23, 1957-Aug. 28, 1959; n.d. 13 items
[box: 11, folder: 3]
Julia and Carl Clifford "C. C." Howard - Incoming cards. Dec. 19, 1958-Dec. 13, 1962; n.d. 5 items
[box: 11, folder: 14]
Lillie Lou and Eugene Rietzke - Incoming cards. Dec. 1959-Jan. 1, 1967; n.d. 8 items
[box: 11, folder: 15]
Estelle Barrett - Incoming cards and letter. Dec. 1959-July 15, 1960; n.d. 5 items
[box: 11, folder: 16]
GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE. 1902; 1949-1962; n.d. 355 items
[box: 12]
Pace genealogy. July 15, 1902-June 12, 1962; n.d. 23 items
[box: 12, folder: 1]
The Public and Education, NationalEducation Association. Oct. 21, 1949-Oct. 17, 1951; n.d. 8 items
[box: 12, folder: 2]
Conservation issues - Correspondence and newspaper clippings.Feb. 1950-June 14, 1961; n.d. 38 items
[box: 12, folder: 3]
Newspapers, magazines, and journals. June 2, 1950-Nov. 14, 1961; n.d. 24 items
[box: 12, folder: 4]
The Courier Journal and The Louisville Times. July 6, 1950-Oct. 27, 1961; n.d. 57 items
[box: 12, folder: 5]
"The Korean War" - Robert B. Dresser. Aug. 15, 1950-Aug. 17, 1950; n.d. 4 items
[box: 12, folder: 6]
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky. Nov. 9, 1952-Jan. 11, 1954; n.d. 15 items
[box: 12, folder: 7]
Historic houses and sites - Correspondence and newspaper clippings.Apr. 11, 1953-Oct. 20, 1961; n.d. 38 items
[box: 12, folder: 8]
Texas GOP Newsletters. June 1953-Sept. 14, 1953; n.d. 5 items
[box: 12, folder: 9]
Congratulatory and appreciation. Nov. 28, 1953-Feb. 17, 1954; n.d. 56 items
[box: 12, folder: 10]
8th District newspapers. Feb. 15, 1954-Nov. 19, 1958; n.d. 37 items
[box: 12, folder: 11]
The Manchester Enterprise. June 22, 1955-Aug. 11, 1955. 5 items
[box: 12, folder: 12]
Real estate agencies. Sept. 15, 1955-Mar. 24, 1961; n.d. 28 items
[box: 12, folder: 13]
Washington, D.C. schools. Aug. 9, 1956-Sept. 17, 1956. 4 items
[box: 12, folder: 14]
Cooperative for American Relief Everywhere. Feb. 1, 1958-Mar. 29, 1960. 9 items
[box: 12, folder: 15]
Faith For Today. 1959-Feb. 25, 1960. 4 items
[box: 12, folder: 16]
PERSONAL FINANCIAL PAPERS
PERSONAL FINANCE PAPERS. 1935-1970; n.d. 295 items
[box: 13]
Bank of Cumberland, Burkesville, Kentucky - Deposit books andchecks. Dec. 1, 1935-Sept. 5, 1947. 7 items
[box: 13, folder: 1]
Loans - Ledger. Aug. 1941-Apr. 1944. 1 item
[box: 13, folder: 2]
Personal finances - Correspondence. June 24, 1942-June 5, 1961; n.d. 28 items
[box: 13, folder: 3]
Kentucky State Medical Association - Correspondence.Apr. 14, 1950-May 21, 1952. 3 items
[box: 13, folder: 4]
Brown and Imhof, Brown and Monroe - Correspondence.Sept. 10, 1951-Sept. 25, 1962; n.d. 43 items
[box: 13, folder: 5]
Expenses - Ledger. Jan. 1952-Dec. 1953. 1 item
[box: 13, folder: 6]
Expenses - Ledger. Jan. 1954-Dec. 1958. 1 item
[box: 13, folder: 7]
John Sam Cary - Correspondence. May 19, 1953-May 9, 1955. 5 items
[box: 13, folder: 8]
Moving companies - Correspondence. 1953-Feb. 1, 1962; n.d. 8 items
[box: 13, folder: 9]
Hudson County National Bank, Jersey City, New Jersey -Correspondence. Sept. 14, 1954-Jan. 16, 1960. 50 items
[box: 13, folder: 10]
C. E. McClellan - Correspondence. Jan. 6, 1955-Feb. 16, 1962. 4 items
[box: 13, folder: 11]
Expenses by bank check numbers - Listing. Jan. 1, 1957-Dec. 30, 1957. 4 items
[box: 13, folder: 12]
Household employee and tax forms. Jan. 31, 1957-Jan. 29, 1962. 31 items
[box: 13, folder: 13]
Bank of Commerce of Washington, D.C. - Listings of checks anddeposits. Jan. 1, 1959-Mar. 26, 1962; n.d. 13 items
[box: 13, folder: 14]
W. C. and A. N. Miller Development Company - Correspondence.Aug. 7, 1959-May 14, 1962; n.d. 60 items
[box: 13, folder: 15]
Transcontinental Staff Agency, Ltd. - Correspondence. Dec. 15, 1960-Feb. 2, 1961; n.d. 9 items
[box: 13, folder: 16]
Deposit Bank of Monroe County, Tompkinsville, Kentucky -Deposit book. Aug. 17, 1961-Aug. 17, 1970. 1 item
[box: 13, folder: 17]
Bradshaw, Hagan and Company - Correspondence. Sept. 27, 1961-Jan. 19, 1962. 8 items
[box: 13, folder: 18]
Randall H. Hagner and Company, Incorporated - Correspondence.Dec. 13, 1961-Mar. 19, 1962. 18 items
[box: 13, folder: 19]
HOUSEHOLD - RECEIPTS AND RECORDS. 1947-1962; n.d. 340 items
[box: 14]
Burkesville Municipal Water Works - Receipts. June 1947-Nov. 1948; n.d. 12 items
[box: 14, folder: 1]
Electric and gas companies - Receipts. July 18, 1947-Feb. 9, 1962; n.d. 21 items
[box: 14, folder: 2]
House plans, receipts, etc. Aug. 28, 1947-Nov. 3, 1961; n.d. 65 items
[box: 14, folder: 3]
Income tax forms. Nov. 1, 1947-Oct. 11, 1961; n.d. 44 items
[box: 14, folder: 4]
Burkesville Garage - Receipts. Jan. 13, 1948-Dec. 28, 1953. 7 items
[box: 14, folder: 5]
Photography - Receipts. Mar. 25, 1948-Oct. 31, 1959. 10 items
[box: 14, folder: 6]
Hotel and entertainment - Receipts. July 21, 1949-Aug. 22, 1961; n.d. 47 items
[box: 14, folder: 7]
Clothing and jewelry - Receipts. Mar. 6, 1950-Feb. 1, 1962; n.d. 35 items
[box: 14, folder: 8]
Food - Receipts. Dec. 23, 1951-July 10, 1961; n.d. 13 items
[box: 14, folder: 9]
W. K. Stewart Dry Goods Company - Receipts andcorrespondence. June 17, 1952-Dec. 8, 1953; n.d. 24 items
[box: 14, folder: 10]
Telephone - Receipts. June 23, 1952-Oct. 6, 1961; n.d. 21 items
[box: 14, folder: 11]
Gulf Refining Company - Receipts. Aug. 4, 1952-Aug. 16, 1961; n.d. 21 items
[box: 14, folder: 12]
Elizabeth Arden - Receipts and correspondence. Dec. 12, 1952-Dec. 1959; n.d. 7 items
[box: 14, folder: 13]
Woodward and Lothrop - Receipts. Dec. 17, 1952-Oct. 1, 1961. 13 items
[box: 14, folder: 14]
HOUSEHOLD - RECEIPTS AND RECORDS. 1953-1961; n.d. 120 items
[box: 15]
Florists - Receipts. Mar. 1, 1953-Aug. 9, 1961; n.d. 16 items
[box: 15, folder: 1]
Airline companies - Correspondence and receipts. May 8, 1953-May 26, 1953; n.d. 7 items
[box: 15, folder: 2]
Railroad companies - Receipts. Oct. 1, 1953-July 16, 1960; n.d. 22 items
[box: 15, folder: 3]
Credit cards - Receipts. Jan. 9, 1954-Nov. 1961. 14 items
[box: 15, folder: 4]
Automobile maintenance - Receipts. Feb. 4, 1956-Mar. 1, 1962; n.d. 7 items
[box: 15, folder: 5]
Esso Standard Oil Company - Receipts. July 30, 1956-Aug. 9, 1961; n.d. 11 items
[box: 15, folder: 6]
Home decorating notes, receipts and samples. July 1956-Mar. 7, 1958. 17 items
[box: 15, folder: 7]
Apartment expenses - Receipts. Oct. 17, 1957-Dec. 17, 1959; n.d. 17 items
[box: 15, folder: 8]
Guarantees. n.d. 9 items
[box: 15, folder: 9]
INSURANCE - CORRESPONDENCE. 1937-1962; n.d. 309 items
[box: 16]
Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company. Oct. 29, 1937-Feb. 8, 1962. 7 items
[box: 16, folder: 1]
The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company. Jan. 5, 1938-Feb. 2, 1962; n.d. 35 items
[box: 16, folder: 2]
The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company - ThelmaDavenport - Correspondence. Apr. 13, 1955-Oct. 25, 1960; n.d. 17 items
[box: 16, folder: 3]
Medicine - Receipts. July 18, 1938-July 10, 1961; n.d. 49 items
[box: 16, folder: 4]
The Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Company. May 25, 1942-June 9, 1961. 19 items
[box: 16, folder: 5]
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company. Sept. 1, 1944-Oct. 23, 1961; n.d. 26 items
[box: 16, folder: 6]
Insurance company - Miscellaneous. Nov. 17, 1944-Oct. 1961; n.d. 25 items
[box: 16, folder: 7]
Commercial Casualty Insurance Company. June 17, 1946-Mar. 8, 1956. 61 items
[box: 16, folder: 8]
Cumberland Insurance Agency and Farmers Insurance Agency.June 11, 1948-Feb. 28, 1962. 8 items
[box: 16, folder: 9]
United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company. Nov. 1, 1948-June 16, 1959. 7 items
[box: 16, folder: 10]
Mutual Benefit Health and Accident Association, United of Omaha,Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company. Nov. 23, 1951-Jan. 25, 1962; n.d. 55 items
[box: 16, folder: 11]
INSURANCE - CORRESPONDENCE. 1953-1961; n.d. 244 items
[box: 17]
Blue Cross Hospital Plan, Inc., Kentucky Physicians Mutual, Inc.,Group Hospitalization, Inc. of D.C. Feb. 3, 1953-Aug. 3, 1961; n.d. 114 items
[box: 17, folder: 1]
Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Company. Mar. 30, 1953-Apr. 15, 1953. 8 items
[box: 17, folder: 2]
American Automobile Association, Washington National InsuranceCompany, Louisville Automobile Club. Apr. 2, 1953-Sept. 1, 1961; n.d. 21 items
[box: 17, folder: 3]
Automobile Owner's Association, Inc. Oct. 5, 1953-Apr. 26, 1960. 9 items
[box: 17, folder: 4]
William T. Smith Company, Inc. Feb. 27, 1956-May 19, 1960. 30 items
[box: 17, folder: 5]
Bankers Life and Casualty Company. Apr. 2, 1956-Sept. 12, 1960; n.d. 40 items
[box: 17, folder: 6]
Old American Insurance Company. Aug. 22, 1958-Oct. 1, 1960; n.d. 18 items
[box: 17, folder: 7]
The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Feb. 1, 1961; n.d. 4 items
[box: 17, folder: 8]
FAMILY BUSINESSES
CUMBERLAND CONSTRUCTION COMPANY. 1940-1962; n.d. 141 items
[box: 18]
Correspondence. March 1940-July 9, 1962; n.d. 57 items
[box: 18, folder: 1]
Kentucky Department of Highways - Correspondence. May 1, 1941-Nov. 21, 1961. 12 items
[box: 18, folder: 2]
Bank of Cumberland - Correspondence, deposit slips and checks.Nov. 15, 1941-Dec. 31, 1954. 12 items
[box: 18, folder: 3]
Business notebooks - Listings. 1946; 1953. 2 items
[box: 18, folder: 4]
Road construction projects - Notebook. May 9, 1947-Oct. 10, 1947. 1 item
[box: 18, folder: 5]
Roy C. Whayne Supply Company - Correspondence. June 30, 1947-Aug. 22, 1947; n.d. 11 items
[box: 18, folder: 6]
W. Leslie "Less" McComas - Correspondence. Sept. 8, 1947-Nov. 24, 1956. 14 items
[box: 18, folder: 7]
George L. Mesker Steel Corporation - Correspondence.Sept. 22, 1947-Apr. 16, 1950. 7 items
[box: 18, folder: 8]
Hagan, Landrum and Stone Company - Correspondence.Jan. 16, 1948-Sept. 1, 1948. 8 items
[box: 18, folder: 9]
Modern Welding Company - Correspondence. Feb. 12, 1948-July 31, 1948. 7 items
[box: 18, folder: 10]
C. L. McBride Service Station and Bulk Plant Equipment -Correspondence. June 16, 1948-Nov. 27, 1948. 5 items
[box: 18, folder: 11]
Reconstruction Finance Company - Loan forms andcorrespondence. Mar. 31, 1949-Aug. 13, 1951; n.d. 5 items
[box: 18, folder: 12]
FAMILY BUSINESSES. 1947-1960; n.d. 233 items
[box: 19]
Alexander Motor and Hardware Company. July 21, 1947-Feb. 4, 1953; n.d. 28 items
[box: 19, folder: 1]
Pace Oil Company - Correspondence - Miscellaneous. Jan. 1, 1948-Dec. 22, 1948; n.d. 31 items
[box: 19, folder: 2]
Pace Oil Company - Correspondence - Ashland Supply andAccessory Company. Oct. 15, 1947-Sept. 30, 1948; n.d. 29 items
[box: 19, folder: 3]
Pace Oil Company - Correspondence - Ashland Oil and RefiningCompany. Oct. 20, 1947-June 24, 1948. 48 items
[box: 19, folder: 4]
Pace Oil Company - Correspondence - Ashland Oil and RefiningCompany. July 8, 1948-Dec. 1960; n.d. 50 items
[box: 19, folder: 5]
Pace Oil Company - Accounts receivable ledger. Dec. 5, 1947-May 19, 1949. 1 item
[box: 19, folder: 6]
Pace Oil Company - Correspondence - Standard Oil Company.Jan. 20, 1948-Nov. 10, 1948. 12 items
[box: 19, folder: 7]
Pace Oil Company - Correspondence - Stoll Oil Refining Company.Feb. 16, 1948-May 15, 1948. 9 items
[box: 19, folder: 8]
Adair Quarry, Inc. and Wells Quarry, Inc. - Business incorporationpapers. Apr. 15, 1948-Apr. 28, 1948; n.d. 4 items
[box: 19, folder: 9]
Shamrock Stone, Incorporated - Correspondence. Aug. 14, 1952-July 9, 1962. 6 items
[box: 19, folder: 10]
Shamrock Stone, Incorporated Financial Report. May 31, 1954. 2 items
[box: 19, folder: 11]
Trico Stone, Incorporated Financial Reports. Dec. 31, 1957-July 26, 1960. 6 items
[box: 19, folder: 12]
Research Institute Recommendations. Oct. 1, 1960-Nov. 12, 1960. 7 items
[box: 19, folder: 13]
TRAVEL & ENTERTAINMENT
PERSONAL TRIPS. 1944-1961; n.d. 99 items
[box: 20]
Maps. 1944-1958; n.d. 15 items
[box: 20, folder: 1]
Trips - Data. 1949-Jan. 27, 1956; n.d. 21 items
[box: 20, folder: 2]
California. June 1951; n.d. 22 items
[box: 20, folder: 3]
Passport, marriage bond, and copies of birth certificates of Pearl Carter Pace and Rebecca Pace "Becky" Keen. Sept. 7, 1955-Apr. 4, 1957. 11 items
[box: 20, folder: 4]
Old Sturbridge, Massachusetts. Oct. 5, 1955-Nov. 24, 1955. 5 items
[box: 20, folder: 5]
Canada. Aug. 26, 1956-Aug. 31, 1956. 13 items
[box: 20, folder: 6]
Williamsburg, Virginia. Sept. 1961. 12 items
[box: 20, folder: 7]
TRAVEL AND ENTERTAINMENT. 1948-1969; n.d. 121 items
[box: 21]
Menus - Restaurant. May 10, 1948-Jan. 15, 1969. 21 items
[box: 21, folder: 1]
Menus - Restaurant. n.d. 20 items
[box: 21, folder: 2]
Stage bills and programs. Dec. 8, 1952-Oct. 18, 1960; n.d. 47 items
[box: 21, folder: 3]
"South Pacific" - Program book. 1958. 2 items
[box: 21, folder: 4]
Great Britain. Jan. 17, 1955-1957; n.d. 14 items
[box: 21, folder: 5]
Travel brochures - Miscellaneous. Jan. 1, 1956-June 30, 1956; n.d. 7 items
[box: 21, folder: 6]
Bayanihan Philippine Dance Company, Washington, D.C.Oct. 8, 1959-Nov. 14, 1959. 10 items
[box: 21, folder: 7]
CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS
ORGANIZATIONS - CIVIC. 1937-1963; n.d. 185 items
[box: 22]
The Order of the Eastern Star in Kentucky. 1937-1945; n.d. 3 items
[box: 22, folder: 1]
Friends of Kentucky Libraries. 1944; Apr. 19, 1954-Aug. 23, 1960; n.d. 64 items
[box: 22, folder: 2]
The Congressional Club. 1948-May 28, 1961; n.d. 6 items
[box: 22, folder: 3]
The American Cancer Society, Inc. Feb. 25, 1949-May 29, 1959; n.d. 18 items
[box: 22, folder: 4]
American Cancer Society Manual and handbooks. Mar. 1, 1954; Aug. 1954; Feb. 1955. 3 items
[box: 22, folder: 5]
American Cancer Society - Handbook and report. Oct. 1, 1955; Dec. 1956. 2 items
[box: 22, folder: 6]
Cumberland County Woman's Club. 1949-Mar. 21, 1962; n.d. 31 items
[box: 22, folder: 7]
Kentucky Mountain Laurel Festival, Pineville, Kentucky.May 14, 1949-Apr. 19, 1963; n.d. 38 items
[box: 22, folder: 8]
Kentucky Society for Crippled Children, Inc. Apr. 6, 1950-Oct. 9, 1959; n.d. 5 items
[box: 22, folder: 9]
The Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels. May 5, 1950-Sept. 11, 1961. 15 items
[box: 22, folder: 10]
ORGANIZATIONS - CIVIC - GENERAL FEDERATION OFWOMEN'S CLUBS. 1950-1962; n.d. 133 items
[box: 23]
Correspondence. June 13, 1950-Dec. 8, 1959. 31 items
[box: 23, folder: 1]
Correspondence. Apr. 29, 1960-Feb. 7, 1962; n.d. 39 items
[box: 23, folder: 2]
Chloe Gifford - Correspondence. Mar. 1952-Sept. 13, 1960; n.d. 27 items
[box: 23, folder: 3]
General Federation Clubwoman. May 1952-Nov. 1953. 9 items
[box: 23, folder: 4]
Public Affairs Department - Correspondence. Sept. 1952-June 10, 1953; n.d. 23 items
[box: 23, folder: 5]
Kit, program, directory, etc. 1952-1954; 1958-1960; 1960-1962. 4 items
[box: 23, folder: 6]
ORGANIZATIONS - CIVIC. 1948-1962; n.d. 266 items
[box: 24]
Cumberland County Library Board. July 1952-Apr. 9, 1958. 62 items
[box: 24, folder: 1]
Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs. Sept. 6, 1952-Sept. 19, 1958; n.d. 29 items
[box: 24, folder: 2]
Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs - Barthenia Joplin -Correspondence. July 15, 1948-Dec. 1959; n.d. 9 items
[box: 24, folder: 3]
Kentucky Club Woman. Aug. 1949-July 1954. 16 items
[box: 24, folder: 4]
Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs - Directories andyearbooks. 1949-1950; 1953-1954; 1956-1957. 3 items
[box: 24, folder: 5]
Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs - Board Meetings.Jan. 23, 1952-Sept. 16, 1953. 22 items
[box: 24, folder: 6]
Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs - Department ofGovernment. June 6, 1952-Dec. 14, 1953; n.d. 74 items
[box: 24, folder: 7]
Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs - Ruth Thompson -Correspondence. June 16, 1952-Apr. 14, 1962; n.d. 38 items
[box: 24, folder: 8]
Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem. Sept. 23, 1952-Feb. 20, 1953. 4 items
[box: 24, folder: 9]
George Rogers Clark Bicentennial Committee - CumberlandCounty, Kentucky. Oct. 16, 1952-Dec. 4, 1952. 7 items
[box: 24, folder: 10]
Parent Teacher Association. Nov. 24, 1952-1953. 2 items
[box: 24, folder: 11]
ORGANIZATIONS - CIVIC. 1952-1967; n.d. 337 items
[box: 25]
The Capitol Hill Club. Dec. 30, 1952-Mar. 14, 1961; n.d. 65 items
[box: 25, folder: 1]
The Capitol Hill Club - Yearbooks, etc. 1954-1961. 4 items
[box: 25, folder: 2]
The Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania. Jan. 22, 1953-Dec. 5, 1953. 36 items
[box: 25, folder: 3]
The Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania. June 2, 1954-Dec. 11, 1957. 76 items
[box: 25, folder: 4]
The Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania. Jan. 2, 1958-June 8, 1964; n.d. 118 items
[box: 25, folder: 5]
The Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania - Register, Bulletin,Alumnae Association Newsletter. Nov. 19, 1951; 1952-1953; May 1960. 3 items
[box: 25, folder: 6]
Cumberland County Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, Number5419. Jan. 1953-Sept. 1967. 35 items
[box: 25, folder: 7]
ORGANIZATIONS - CIVIC. 1953-1964; n.d. 321 items
[box: 26]
Kentucky Bookmobile Project. Feb. 15, 1953-Dec. 2, 1953. 17 items
[box: 26, folder: 1]
Area Development Program Commission. Oct. 10, 1953-Feb. 27, 1962. 20 items
[box: 26, folder: 2]
Capital Speakers Club. Mar. 4, 1954-Mar. 1, 1964; n.d. 97 items
[box: 26, folder: 3]
Capital Speakers Club By-Laws, November 21, 1959;Membership 1960-61, 1961-62. Nov. 21, 1959-1962. 3 items
[box: 26, folder: 4]
Kentucky Society in Washington, D.C. Mar. 31, 1954-Jan. 2, 1961. 43 items
[box: 26, folder: 5]
Independent Agency Wives/Government Executives' Wives.Dec. 31, 1954-Feb. 9, 1962; n.d. 54 items
[box: 26, folder: 6]
Booker T. Washington Centennial Commission. Sept. 19, 1955-July 16, 1956. 7 items
[box: 26, folder: 7]
Virginia Gold Cup. May 5, 1956-Mar. 2, 1959; n.d. 7 items
[box: 26, folder: 8]
American Red Cross. Mar. 20, 1957-Mar. 16, 1961. 4 items
[box: 26, folder: 9]
The Women's City Club of Washington, D.C. Feb. 23, 1958-Mar. 2, 1961; n.d. 69 items
[box: 26, folder: 10]
ORGANIZATIONS - CIVIC. 1958-1962; n.d. 235 items
[box: 27]
International Neighbors Club. Apr. 9, 1958-Apr. 21, 1960; n.d. 15 items
[box: 27, folder: 1]
District of Columbia Federation of Women's Clubs. Sept. 3, 1958-Mar. 1961; n.d. 23 items
[box: 27, folder: 2]
District of Columbia Federation of Women's Clubs - Directory andyearbook. 1958- 1960. 1 item
[box: 27, folder: 3]
The Salvation Army Auxiliary. Oct. 1, 1958-Sept. 26, 1960. 27 items
[box: 27, folder: 4]
Young Women's Christian Association of the District of Columbia.Mar. 1959-Apr. 27, 1960. 5 items
[box: 27, folder: 5]
Welcome to Washington Club. May 6, 1959-Oct. 8, 1961; n.d. 80 items
[box: 27, folder: 6]
The English Speaking Union. May 22, 1959-Jan. 1962. 29 items
[box: 27, folder: 7]
United Givers Fund of the National Capital Area. Nov. 24, 1959-Dec. 31, 1960; n.d. 15 items
[box: 27, folder: 8]
Wesley Heights Community Club. Dec. 11, 1959-July 1961. 21 items
[box: 27, folder: 9]
Natural Resources Development Committee. Aug. 1961-Jan. 22, 1962; n.d. 19 items
[box: 27, folder: 11]
ORGANIZATIONS - RELIGIOUS. 1941-1962; n.d. 119 items
[box: 28]
Burkesville Baptist Church. June 20, 1941-Feb. 28, 1957. 8 items
[box: 28, folder: 1]
International Christian Leadership. Jan. 31, 1955-Mar. 1, 1962; n.d. 48 items
[box: 28, folder: 2]
First Baptist Church, Washington, D.C. June 8, 1958-Dec. 23, 1960; n.d. 58 items
[box: 28, folder: 3]
First Baptist Church - Euzelian yearbooks and directories.1958-1960. 5 items
[box: 28, folder: 4]
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE -CORRESPONDENCE. 1947-1968; n.d. 391 items
[box: 29]
Kentucky National Committeewoman. Oct. 7, 1948- Dec. 30, 1952. 88 items
[box: 29, folder: 1]
Kentucky National Committeewoman. Mar. 3, 1953- Apr. 11, 1957. 93 items
[box: 29, folder: 2]
Personal. May 31, 1957- June 3, 1968; n.d. 65 items
[box: 29, folder: 3]
The Chairman's Letter. Dec. 1, 1947- June 1949. 17 items
[box: 29, folder: 4]
Printed ephemera. Jan. 7, 1949- July 25, 1960; n.d. 53 items
[box: 29, folder: 5]
Research Division Department. Apr. 1950- Nov. 1951. 4 items
[box: 29, folder: 6]
News releases. Sept. 12, 1952- Mar. 5, 1961; n.d. 16 items
[box: 29, folder: 7]
The New Broom Newsletters - RepublicanNational Women's Division. Apr. 22, 1953- Oct. 22, 1953; n.d. 17 items
[box: 29, folder: 8]
Straight from the Shoulder. Jan. 1956- Apr. 1958. 5 items
[box: 29, folder: 9]
Chairman's Fact Memo. 1958. 30 items
[box: 29, folder: 10]
The Republican. Sept. 1965- Sept. 1967. 3 items
[box: 29, folder: 11]
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE -CORRESPONDENCE. 1940-1969; n.d. 379 items
[box: 30]
Republican State Campaign Committee - Boyle County, Kentucky.Nov. 2, 1940- Aug. 14, 1952; n.d. 33 items
[box: 30, folder: 1]
Boyd County [Kentucky] Republicans. Feb. 10, 1949- Nov. 20, 1950; n.d. 3 items
[box: 30, folder: 2]
Walter S. Hallanan. Mar. 8, 1949- Aug. 18, 1952; n.d. 11 items
[box: 30, folder: 3]
Guy George Gabrielson. Aug. 10, 1949- Dec. 1959; n.d. 57 items
[box: 30, folder: 4]
Guy George Gabrielson - News releases, speeches, etc.Dec. 8, 1945- May 16, 1950. 37 items
[box: 30, folder: 5]
Rose Mayes. Post Jan. 1950- Dec. 16, 1960. 9 items
[box: 30, folder: 6]
Bertha Sheppard Adkins. Sept. 29, 1950- Dec. 16, 1969; n.d. 49 items
[box: 30, folder: 7]
Thruston Ballard Morton - Correspondence and newspaperclippings. Apr. 17, 1952- Feb. 14, 1966; n.d. 48 items
[box: 30, folder: 8]
Arthur E. Summerfield. July 29, 1952- June 21, 1960; n.d. 21 items
[box: 30, folder: 9]
Ivy Baker Priest. Aug. 16, 1952- Dec. 19, 1959; n.d. 18 items
[box: 30, folder: 10]
Betsy H. Schmidt. Aug. 24, 1952- Feb. 12, 1954; n.d. 14 items
[box: 30, folder: 11]
Garrard County [Kentucky] Republican Executive Committee.1952; n.d. 2 items
[box: 30, folder: 12]
Lucille Staggs. Jan. 10, 1953- June 4, 1968; n.d. 17 items
[box: 30, folder: 13]
Leonard W. Hall. Jan. 17, 1953- Apr. 23, 1962. 20 items
[box: 30, folder: 14]
Scally Gilmore. Feb. 13, 1953-Oct. 15, 1953. 7 items
[box: 30, folder: 15]
C. Wesley Roberts. Mar. 27, 1953-Jan. 28, 1954. 7 items
[box: 30, folder: 16]
Lewis G. Kaye. Nov. 17, 1953-Apr. 15, 1957. 5 items
[box: 30, folder: 17]
Fayette County [Kentucky] Republican Club. Dec. 3, 1953-Feb. 26, 1955; n.d. 4 items
[box: 30, folder: 18]
Clare Brown Williams. Aug. 19, 1958-Dec. 11, 1963; n.d. 17 items
[box: 30, folder: 19]
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE -CORRESPONDENCE AND PRINTED MATERIALS. 1950-1962. 235 items
[box: 31]
Republican Campaign - 1952 election. May 29, 1950-Aug. 1955; n.d. 26 items
[box: 31, folder: 1]
Women in Politics, Republican National Committee. Nov. 27, 1950-Mar. 2, 1962. 26 items
[box: 31, folder: 2]
School of Politics. Apr. 29, 1952-May 21, 1953; n.d. 111 items
[box: 31, folder: 3]
Minutes. July 12, 1952-May 23, 1953. 4 items
[box: 31, folder: 4]
"List of Officers, Executive Committee and Members of theRepublican National Committee". Dec. 5, 1952-Aug. 5, 1960. 7 items
[box: 31, folder: 5]
Election materials, November 1953. Dec. 10, 1952-Sept. 14, 1953; n.d. 15 items
[box: 31, folder: 6]
Research Division - Eisenhower Administration - Appointments bydepartment and agency reports. Mar. 20, 1953-Dec. 18, 1953. 46 items
[box: 31, folder: 7]
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE - KITS ANDHANDBOOKS. 1950-1959; n.d. 74 items
[box: 32]
"Work and Win" handbook. 1950. 44 items
[box: 32, folder: 1]
Women's Division - Kits. Sept. 8, 1950-Mar. 1951; n.d. 13 items
[box: 32, folder: 2]
"Women in the Public Service". Mar. 1953-Sept. 23, 1959; n.d. 13 items
[box: 32, folder: 3]
Campaign Speech Kit. 1954. 2 items
[box: 32, folder: 4]
Campaign Speech Kit. Aug. 10, 1956; n.d. 2 items
[box: 32, folder: 5]
POLITICAL & PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
PATRONAGE - CORRESPONDENCE. 1944-1962; n.d. 352 items
[box: 33]
Patronage. May 12, 1944-Feb. 8, 1962. 43 items
[box: 33, folder: 1]
John L. Anderson, Jr. June 9, 1958-Mar. 8, 1960. 24 items
[box: 33, folder: 2]
Joseph Ano Davis - Data and correspondence. Dec. 3, 1958-Mar. 18, 1959; n.d. 11 items
[box: 33, folder: 3]
Theodore J. McElroy. Dec. 17, 1958-May 5, 1959. 10 items
[box: 33, folder: 4]
Louis Maniatis - Data and correspondence. Dec. 1958-Sept. 20, 1960. 5 items
[box: 33, folder: 5]
Henry Hunter Durham - Data and correspondence. Jan. 5, 1959-Apr. 20, 1959. 6 items
[box: 33, folder: 6]
Paul M. Koger. Mar. 16, 1959-Apr. 8, 1959. 6 items
[box: 33, folder: 7]
Faye Pitcock - Selective Service System, Burkesville, Kentucky.Apr. 4, 1959-Apr. 27, 1959. 5 items
[box: 33, folder: 8]
Mary Clemens Tye. May 5, 1959-May 19, 1959. 6 items
[box: 33, folder: 9]
Harry V. Vibbert. June 11, 1959-Dec. 15, 1960. 56 items
[box: 33, folder: 10]
Renee Todd. Sept. 24, 1959-Nov. 17, 1959. 14 items
[box: 33, folder: 11]
Layton Walden. Dec. 7, 1959-June 23, 1960. 10 items
[box: 33, folder: 12]
Lyle H. Webb. Dec. 29, 1959-Apr. 25, 1960. 10 items
[box: 33, folder: 13]
Eulene S. Aldridge. Feb. 1, 1960-May 12, 1960. 15 items
[box: 33, folder: 14]
Barbara Mann. Mar. 8, 1960-May 10, 1960. 6 items
[box: 33, folder: 15]
Ellis R. Taylor - Data and correspondence. May 7, 1960-June 7, 1960. 8 items
[box: 33, folder: 16]
John David "J. D." King. Aug. 20, 1960-Oct. 20, 1960. 6 items
[box: 33, folder: 17]
Kentucky post offices - Censuses. Jan. 6, 1959-Jan. 19, 1960. 36 items
[box: 33, folder: 18]
Tissa Tarter - Campbellsville, Kentucky Post Office. Jan. 12, 1953-Dec. 29, 1953. 8 items
[box: 33, folder: 19]
Escar O. Coe - Burkesville, Kentucky Post Office. 1952-Dec. 1959; n.d. 23 items
[box: 33, folder: 20]
Burkesville, Kentucky Post Office. July 16, 1956-Dec. 21, 1959; n.d. 17 items
[box: 33, folder: 21]
Dryden, Kentucky Post Office. Feb. 8, 1957-Mar. 11, 1957. 10 items
[box: 33, folder: 22]
Bow, Kentucky Post Office. Apr. 17, 1959-Sept. 20, 1959. 10 items
[box: 33, folder: 23]
Kettle, Kentucky Post Office. June 14, 1960-Jan. 24, 1961. 7 items
[box: 33, folder: 24]
PATRONAGE APPLICATIONS. 1952-1961; n.d. 256 items
[box: 34]
First District. Nov. 21, 1952-Aug. 3, 1953. 10 items
[box: 34, folder: 1]
Second District. Nov. 11, 1952-July 30, 1953. 16 items
[box: 34, folder: 2]
Third District. Jan. 5, 1953-Nov. 18, 1953. 10 items
[box: 34, folder: 3]
Fourth District. Dec. 30, 1952-Oct. 5, 1953; n.d. 25 items
[box: 34, folder: 4]
Fifth District. Dec. 23, 1952-July 24, 1953; n.d. 17 items
[box: 34, folder: 5]
Sixth District. Nov. 6, 1952-Nov. 19, 1953. 19 items
[box: 34, folder: 6]
Seventh District. Nov. 25, 1952-Aug. 10, 1953. 14 items
[box: 34, folder: 7]
Eighth District. Nov. 23, 1952-Aug. 11, 1953. 33 items
[box: 34, folder: 8]
Federal nominations and appointments. Oct. 30, 1952-July 17, 1961; n.d. 26 items
[box: 34, folder: 9]
Cumberland County High School, Burkesville, Kentucky -Correspondence. Apr. 21, 1953-May 25, 1960; n.d. 20 items
[box: 34, folder: 10]
Kentucky Production and Marketing Administration fieldman -Correspondence. July 24, 1953-Oct. 16, 1953. 11 items
[box: 34, folder: 11]
Camp Breckinridge [Morganfield, Union County], Kentucky.Jan. 24, 1955-Apr. 28, 1955. 3 items
[box: 34, folder: 12]
Herber H. Rice - Correspondence. July 7, 1955-Nov. 7, 1957. 10 items
[box: 34, folder: 13]
Marrowbone [Kentucky] Water District - James Fred Pace - Housing and HomeFinance Administration. Mar. 16, 1956-Feb. 28, 1957; n.d. 21 items
[box: 34, folder: 14]
Jane Pitman - Data and correspondence. July 31, 1957-Aug. 14, 1957. 5 items
[box: 34, folder: 15]
Duo-County Telephone Co-operative, Burkesville, Kentucky -Correspondence. Sept. 9, 1957-Sept. 11, 1957. 3 items
[box: 34, folder: 16]
Goucher College, Baltimore, Maryland. Dec. 29, 1959-Mar. 8, 1960. 13 items
[box: 34, folder: 17]
ORGANIZATIONS - POLITICAL AND PROFESSIONAL.1943-1962; n.d. 172 items
[box: 35]
Cumberland County [Kentucky] Republican Executive Committee. Aug. 3, 1943-Mar. 10, 1962; n.d. 22 items
[box: 35, folder: 1]
Cumberland County Republican Executive Committee - Bank ofMarrowbone, Kentucky checking account. Oct. 28, 1947-Dec. 27, 1956; n.d. 15 items
[box: 35, folder: 2]
Cumberland County campaign techniques. Aug. 7, 1956-Aug. 27, 1958; n.d. 8 items
[box: 35, folder: 3]
The National Woman's Party. Jan. 21, 1944-June 7, 1960. 50 items
[box: 35, folder: 4]
Kentucky Republican State Central Committee. July 12, 1944-Oct. 9, 1953; n.d. 36 items
[box: 35, folder: 5]
Kentucky Republican State Central Committee District Directory.1948-1952. 1 item
[box: 35, folder: 6]
Kentucky Republican State Central Committee District Directory.1952-1956. 1 item
[box: 35, folder: 7]
Kentucky Republican State Central Committee District Directory.1952-1956. 1 item
[box: 35, folder: 8]
Kentucky Republican State Central Committee - John T. Diederich- Correspondence. Feb. 5, 1955-Oct. 26, 1961; n.d. 37 items
[box: 35, folder: 9]
Kentucky Republican State Central Committee District Directory.1956-1960. 1 item
[box: 35, folder: 10]
ORGANIZATIONS - POLITICAL AND PROFESSIONAL.1945-1960; n.d. 268 items
[box: 36]
The League of Women Voters of the United States. May 1945-May 5, 1955; n.d. 11 items
[box: 36, folder: 1]
The National Voter. Nov. 1, 1952-Feb. 1, 1953. 5 items
[box: 36, folder: 2]
Kentucky Association of Highway Contractors, Incorporated.Apr. 5, 1946-Nov. 1950. 3 items
[box: 36, folder: 3]
Kentucky Federation of Women's Republican Clubs. Sept. 6, 1946-Dec. 7, 1953. 82 items
[box: 36, folder: 4]
Kentucky Federation of Women's Republican Clubs. Feb. 23, 1954-Sept. 20, 1960; n.d. 82 items
[box: 36, folder: 5]
KFWRC - Trudy Harang - Correspondence. Sept. 9, 1945-Aug. 5, 1950; n.d. 29 items
[box: 36, folder: 6]
KFWRC - Nelle Eith - Correspondence. Nov. 8, 1948-Dec. 1959; n.d. 17 items
[box: 36, folder: 7]
KFWRC - Edith Carrell - Correspondence. Dec. 9, 1948-May 1, 1950. 15 items
[box: 36, folder: 8]
KFWRC - Eula "Peg" Nevels - Correspondence. Feb. 4, 1949-Mar. 17, 1951. 10 items
[box: 36, folder: 9]
Kentucky Federation of Women's Republican Clubs - Directories.1952-1954; Jan. 15, 1955. 2 items
[box: 36, folder: 10]
Lincoln Republican Club of the Ninth Congressional District -Corbin, Kentucky. Feb. 10, 1948-Feb. 12, 1952; n.d. 12 items
[box: 36, folder: 11]
ORGANIZATIONS - POLITICAL AND PROFESSIONAL.1948-1969; n.d. 332 items
[box: 37]
Kentucky State Chamber of Commerce. Aug. 7, 1948-Jan. 10, 1962; n.d. 81 items
[box: 37, folder: 1]
National Federation of Women's Republican Clubs. 1948-Nov. 8, 1960. 35 items
[box: 37, folder: 2]
NFWRC - Elizabeth P. "Betty" Farrington - Correspondence.Jan. 6, 1949-Aug. 19, 1952. 10 items
[box: 37, folder: 3]
National Federation of Women's Republican Clubs - Bulletins.Jan. 1949-Jan. 1953. 37 items
[box: 37, folder: 4]
NFWRC - Washington Newsletters. Aug. 7, 1950-Oct. 1953. 15 items
[box: 37, folder: 5]
Kentucky Constitutional Education Foundation. Apr. 15, 1949-Nov. 18, 1960; n.d. 49 items
[box: 37, folder: 6]
American Road Builders Association. Apr. 28, 1949-Mar. 7, 1962; n.d. 9 items
[box: 37, folder: 7]
League of Women Voters of Kentucky. Oct. 13, 1949-May 17, 1951; n.d. 15 items
[box: 37, folder: 8]
League of Republican Women of the District of Columbia.Feb. 6, 1950-Jan. 1961; n.d. 39 items
[box: 37, folder: 9]
Young Republican Clubs of Kentucky. Aug. 25, 1950-Mar. 15, 1969; n.d. 26 items
[box: 37, folder: 10]
Young Republican Clubs of Kentucky - Joseph M. Mathews -Correspondence. Oct. 13, 1949-Sept. 1, 1953. 10 items
[box: 37, folder: 11]
Young Republican National Federation. June 28, 1951-Sept. 1953. 6 items
[box: 37, folder: 12]
ORGANIZATIONS - POLITICAL AND PROFESSIONAL.1951-1966; n.d. 424 items
[box: 38]
The Lincoln Club of Kentucky, Inc., Louisville, Kentucky.Jan. 22, 1951-Feb. 12, 1966. 65 items
[box: 38, folder: 1]
The Kentucky Council for Education. May 8, 1951-Oct. 5, 1953. 5 items
[box: 38, folder: 2]
New York Tribune Forum. Nov. 9, 1951-Oct. 18, 1953. 5 items
[box: 38, folder: 3]
Cumberland County Republican Committee. June 7, 1952-Nov. 7, 1961; n.d. 25 items
[box: 38, folder: 4]
Women's Republican Club of Louisville and Jefferson County,Kentucky. June 21, 1952-Mar. 1962; n.d. 48 items
[box: 38, folder: 5]
Women's National Republican Club, Inc. Oct. 16, 1952-Feb. 21, 1961; n.d. 35 items
[box: 38, folder: 6]
The Washington Club. 1952-Nov. 1961. 18 items
[box: 38, folder: 7]
National Federation of Republican Women. Jan. 1, 1953-Aug. 24, 1960. 58 items
[box: 38, folder: 8]
Advisory Committee on Educational Policy in Kentucky.Jan. 1953-Aug. 1953. 8 items
[box: 38, folder: 9]
Lincoln Republican Club of the Eighth District - Williamsburg,Kentucky. Feb. 11, 1953-Feb. 15, 1957; n.d. 35 items
[box: 38, folder: 10]
National Agricultural Limestone Institute, Inc. Feb. 20, 1953-July 8, 1959; n.d. 54 items
[box: 38, folder: 11]
National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs,Inc. Mar. 15, 1954-Jan. 7, 1961; n.d. 68 items
[box: 38, folder: 12]
ORGANIZATIONS - POLITICAL AND PROFESSIONAL.1954-1969; n.d. 236 items
[box: 39]
American Bar Association. June 1954-Aug. 31, 1960. 6 items
[box: 39, folder: 1]
Sertoma Club of Washington, D.C. Aug. 14, 1954-Mar. 7, 1958. 5 items
[box: 39, folder: 2]
American Internee Committee. Aug. 20, 1954-February 3, 1956. 6 items
[box: 39, folder: 3]
Women Appointee Luncheons. Dec. 13, 1954-Mar. 9, 1960; n.d. 17 items
[box: 39, folder: 4]
International Council of Women/The National Council of Women ofthe United States. July 1956-Nov. 9, 1960. 33 items
[box: 39, folder: 5]
The Republican Presidential Appointees Committee. Jan. 10, 1957-Oct. 3, 1960; n.d. 30 items
[box: 39, folder: 6]
National Crushed Limestone Institute, Inc. Nov. 12, 1957-Apr. 28, 1959. 5 items
[box: 39, folder: 7]
The Association of Philippine-American Women. 1957-May 17, 1960; n.d. 10 items
[box: 39, folder: 8]
The American Society of International Law. Apr. 3, 1958-Oct. 1961; n.d. 32 items
[box: 39, folder: 9]
Assembly of Women's Organizations for National Security.Pre-Sept. 19, 1958; Jan. 11, 1959. 5 items
[box: 39, folder: 10]
Washington Foreign Law Society. Sept. 25, 1958-Nov. 14, 1961. 27 items
[box: 39, folder: 11]
Federal Bar Association. Sept. 26, 1958-Sept. 16, 1959; n.d. 13 items
[box: 39, folder: 12]
Federal Bar Association - The Forum. Oct. 1966-June 1969. 5 items
[box: 39, folder: 13]
The Lincoln Group of the District of Columbia. Jan. 15, 1959-Feb. 11, 1961. 13 items
[box: 39, folder: 14]
Great Decisions, The Foreign Policy Association. Pre-Feb. 3, 1960-Jan. 11, 1962. 10 items
[box: 39, folder: 15]
Blue Grass Lincoln Club. Feb. 19, 1960-Feb. 25, 1960. 2 items
[box: 39, folder: 16]
World Affairs Forum Luncheons. Mar. 3, 1960-Dec. 16, 1960; n.d. 10 items
[box: 39, folder: 17]
National Limestone Institute, Inc. Apr. 18, 1960-Mar. 7, 1961. 6 items
[box: 39, folder: 18]
American Ex-Prisoners of War, Inc. Post July 1965. 1 item
[box: 39, folder: 19]
EPHEMERA
BUSINESS AND PLACE CARDS; STATIONERY. 1946-1960; n.d. 140 items
[box: 40]
Place cards
[box: 40, folder: 1]
With memos and dates. 1946-1960. 18 items
[box: 40, folder: 1a]
Name only. n.d. 13 items
[box: 40, folder: 1b]
Business cards. n.d. 1 item
[box: 40, folder: 2]
Personal business cards and plate. n.d. 5 items
[box: 40, folder: 2a]
Business cards of others. n.d. 76 items
[box: 40, folder: 2b]
Stationery. 1948-1957; n.d. 27 items
[box: 40, folder: 3]
INVITATIONS. 1944-1956. 158 items
[box: 41]
Letters and formal invitations. May 16, 1944-Nov. 21, 1952. 32 items
[box: 41, folder: 1]
Letters and formal invitations. Feb. 3, 1953-Dec. 30, 1953. 17 items
[box: 41, folder: 2]
Letters and formal invitations. Jan. 26, 1954-Dec. 18, 1954. 34 items
[box: 41, folder: 3]
Letters and formal invitations. Jan. 2, 1955-June 20, 1955. 28 items
[box: 41, folder: 4]
Letters and formal invitations. July 26, 1955-Dec. 27, 1955. 18 items
[box: 41, folder: 5]
Letters and formal invitations. Jan. 2, 1956-Dec. 29, 1956. 29 items
[box: 41, folder: 6]
INVITATIONS. 1957-1959. 153 items
[box: 42]
Letters and formal invitations. Jan. 3, 1957-Dec. 17, 1957. 22 items
[box: 42, folder: 1]
Letters and formal invitations. Jan. 20, 1958-Dec. 26, 1958. 48 items
[box: 42, folder: 2]
Letters and formal invitations. Jan. 1, 1959-June 23, 1959. 49 items
[box: 42, folder: 3]
Letters and formal invitations. July 16, 1959-Dec. 30, 1959. 34 items
[box: 42, folder: 4]
INVITATIONS. 1960-1968; n.d. 136 items
[box: 43]
Letters and formal invitations. Jan. 3, 1960-June 30, 1960. 52 items
[box: 43, folder: 1]
Letters and formal invitations. July 20, 1960-Dec. 31, 1960. 36 items
[box: 43, folder: 2]
Letters and formal invitations. Jan. 4, 1961-Sept. 26, 1968; n.d. 48 items
[box: 43, folder: 3]
POLITICAL CORRESPONDENCE
ELECTION AND INAUGURAL MATERIALS. 1949-1969; n.d. 174 items
[box: 44]
Inaugural materials. Jan. 20, 1949. 3 items
[box: 44, folder: 1]
Inaugural ball materials. Nov. 15, 1952-Feb. 3, 1953. 58 items
[box: 44, folder: 2]
Luncheon and inaugural parade ticket sales, remittance list -Correspondence. Dec. 31, 1952-Jan. 27, 1953; n.d. 25 items
[box: 44, folder: 3]
Dwight D. Eisenhower - Administration materials. Feb. 7, 1953-May 1953. 7 items
[box: 44, folder: 4]
Election lists, expenditures, etc. Nov. 1954; n.d. 35 items
[box: 44, folder: 5]
Presidential Inauguration, Washington, D.C., January 21, 1957.Jan. 15, 1957-Jan. 31, 1957; n.d. 33 items
[box: 44, folder: 6]
The Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library. July 29, 1958-Jan. 21, 1961. 7 items
[box: 44, folder: 7]
Inaugural materials. Jan. 20, 1965-Jan. 20, 1969. 6 items
[box: 44, folder: 8]
KENTUCKY POLITICAL DATA. 1946-1961; n.d. 43 items
[box: 45]
General Assembly of Kentucky and directories. 1946; Mar. 8, 1950-Apr. 20, 1956. 6 items
[box: 45, folder: 1]
New Kentucky Registration and Purgation Laws. Feb. 27, 1951-Apr. 1952. 2 items
[box: 45, folder: 2]
Kentuckians in Washington, D.C. - Lists. Mar. 21, 1958-Mar. 24, 1958; n.d. 4 items
[box: 45, folder: 3]
Kentucky voter registration lists. May 26, 1959. 8 items
[box: 45, folder: 4]
Political notes and data. Nov. 3, 1959-Nov. 16, 1961; n.d. 8 items
[box: 45, folder: 5]
Kentucky absentee ballot applications. Sept. 23, 1960-Oct. 5, 1960; n.d. 8 items
[box: 45, folder: 6]
Kentucky districts - Listing. n.d. 6 items
[box: 45, folder: 7]
District listing. n.d. 1 item
[box: 45, folder: 8]
THE WHITE HOUSE - CORRESPONDENCE. 1950-1963; n.d. 261 items
[box: 46]
Government officials. Nov. 17, 1950-Dec. 11, 1964; n.d. 31 items
[box: 46, folder: 1]
Richard Milhous Nixon. July 3, 1951-Dec. 1968; n.d. 65 items
[box: 46, folder: 2]
Dwight David Eisenhower. Aug. 8, 1951-Oct. 21, 1961; n.d. 42 items
[box: 46, folder: 3]
Dwight David Eisenhower - Speeches. Jan. 20, 1953-Aug. 8, 1960; n.d. 23 items
[box: 46, folder: 4]
The White House. Oct. 5, 1953-Dec. 1963; n.d. 51 items
[box: 46, folder: 5]
Harry S. Truman and Dwight D. Eisenhower - Correspondenceabout photographs. Pre-Nov. 19, 1953-Mar. 4, 1960. 8 items
[box: 46, folder: 6]
The White House - Invitations. Jan. 12, 1954-Oct. 11, 1960. 23 items
[box: 46, folder: 7]
Howard Pyle. Feb. 9, 1955-May 7, 1956. 7 items
[box: 46, folder: 8]
Mamie Geneva [Doud] Eisenhower - Correspondence andinvitations. Oct. 4, 1955-Feb. 5, 1960; n.d. 11 items
[box: 46, folder: 9]
POLITICAL - CORRESPONDENCE. 1940-1969; n.d. 441 items
[box: 47]
John Marshall Robsion, Jr. Nov. 25, 1940-Aug. 5, 1968; n.d. 28 items
[box: 47, folder: 1]
Jouett Ross Todd. Dec. 12, 1944-Jan. 6, 1966. 7 items
[box: 47, folder: 2]
Cecil M. Harden. Dec. 31, 1944-June 24, 1960. 8 items
[box: 47, folder: 3]
Hugh Doggett Scott, Jr. Jan. 7, 1949-Dec. 17, 1965; n.d. 62 items
[box: 47, folder: 4]
Robert Alphonso Taft. Feb. 5, 1949-Oct. 3, 1958; n.d. 19 items
[box: 47, folder: 5]
Earle C. Clements. Mar. 11, 1949-July 13, 1955; n.d. 17 items
[box: 47, folder: 6]
Edward J. Thye. Feb. 10, 1950-May 2, 1950. 4 items
[box: 47, folder: 7]
Harold E. Stassen. Feb. 11, 1950-Aug. 29, 1956; n.d. 9 items
[box: 47, folder: 8]
Virgil S. Steed. Nov. 17, 1950-Dec. 1959. 12 items
[box: 47, folder: 9]
Flemon D. "Flem" Sampson. Dec. 11, 1950-Sept. 1, 1953. 6 items
[box: 47, folder: 10]
James Stephen and Ruth Golden. Feb. 23, 1951-Dec. 23, 1968; n.d. 81 items
[box: 47, folder: 11]
John Sherman and Lorraine Cooper - Correspondence andnewspaper clippings. Jan. 14, 1952-Feb. 7, 1969; n.d. 102 items
[box: 47, folder: 12]
Sherman Adams. Oct. 9, 1952-Dec. 5, 1956; 1959. 10 items
[box: 47, folder: 13]
H. C. Kennedy. Jan. 15, 1953-Post-Sept. 1956. 14 items
[box: 47, folder: 14]
Sam Guard. Mar. 20, 1953-Dec. 21, 1953. 6 items
[box: 47, folder: 15]
Fred Clark Scribner, Jr. May 6, 1953-Dec. 14, 1966; n.d. 12 items
[box: 47, folder: 16]
Alice K. Leopold. Dec. 13, 1953-Dec. 20, 1960; n.d. 11 items
[box: 47, folder: 17]
Eugene and Lowell Siler. Apr. 11, 1957-Dec. 12, 1969; n.d. 26 items
[box: 47, folder: 18]
Bert Thomas Combs. Mar. 15, 1960-Feb. 13, 1962. 7 items
[box: 47, folder: 19]
FOREIGN CLAIMS SETTLEMENT COMMISSION
FOREIGN CLAIMS SETTLEMENT COMMISSION - CORRESPONDENCE. 1948-1961; n.d. 175 items
[box: 48]
War Claims Commission. 1948-June 30, 1954; n.d. 24 items
[box: 48, folder: 1]
Commission activities. July 1, 1954-Dec. 27, 1955. 29 items
[box: 48, folder: 2]
Commission activities. Jan. 5, 1956-Dec. 1956. 31 items
[box: 48, folder: 3]
Commission activities. Jan. 1, 1957-Dec. 15, 1959. 29 items
[box: 48, folder: 4]
Commission activities. Jan. 1, 1960-Mar. 24, 1961. 36 items
[box: 48, folder: 5]
Commission activities, miscellaneous. n.d. 26 items
[box: 48, folder: 6]
FOREIGN CLAIMS SETTLEMENT COMMISSION -CORRESPONDENCE. 1954-1964; n.d. 241 items
[box: 49]
Disturbed constituents - Correspondence. June 25, 1954-Feb. 14, 1955; n.d. 6 items
[box: 49, folder: 1]
Resignation papers. July 18, 1960-Aug. 1, 1962; n.d. 20 items
[box: 49, folder: 2]
Budget. Aug. 15, 1960-Feb. 1, 1961. 28 items
[box: 49, folder: 3]
Whitney Gillilland - Correspondence. Feb. 3, 1954-Mar. 25, 1964; n.d. 60 items
[box: 49, folder: 4]
Andrew T. McGuire - Correspondence. Mar. 11, 1954-Mar. 8, 1961; n.d. 35 items
[box: 49, folder: 5]
Henry J. Clay - Correspondence. July 9, 1954-Apr. 5, 1960; n.d. 29 items
[box: 49, folder: 6]
Malcolm H. Holliday, Jr. - Correspondence. Sept. 14, 1954-Dec. 22, 1960. 14 items
[box: 49, folder: 7]
Harry N. Stein (regarding Italian Claims) - Correspondence.Oct. 1954-Oct. 3, 1960; n.d. 21 items
[box: 49, folder: 8]
Julius M. "Jules" Kleizo - Correspondence. Post Feb. 8, 1956-Jan. 28, 1960; n.d. 10 items
[box: 49, folder: 9]
Thomas W. S. Davis (regarding Poland) - Correspondence.Dec. 1959-Mar. 8, 1961. 9 items
[box: 49, folder: 10]
Robert L. Kunzig - Correspondence. May 25, 1960-Jan. 10, 1961. 9 items
[box: 49, folder: 11]
FOREIGN CLAIMS SETTLEMENT COMMISSION -CORRESPONDENCE AND PRINTED MATERIALS. 1945-1960; n.d. 130 items
[box: 50]
Hungary. 1945-1952. 29 items
[box: 50, folder: 1]
Rumania. 1945-1953. 20 items
[box: 50, folder: 2]
Displaced Persons. Oct. 13, 1948-Dec. 14, 1949; n.d. 9 items
[box: 50, folder: 3]
Travel information - Official Mission reports. Jan. 17, 1953-Dec. 10, 1956. 13 items
[box: 50, folder: 4]
Agreements; decisions - Printed materials. Dec. 3, 1953-Nov. 1954. 5 items
[box: 50, folder: 5]
Agreements; decisions - Printed materials. June 30, 1955-Feb. 1961. 5 items
[box: 50, folder: 6]
Public Information and Public Relations. Apr. 26, 1954-Mar. 23, 1955. 3 items
[box: 50, folder: 7]
Bulgaria - Laws and Decrees. May 1956. 37 items
[box: 50, folder: 8]
Travel. May 14, 1957-Aug. 16, 1957; n.d. 6 items
[box: 50, folder: 9]
International Commission of Jurists. Jan. 1960-Mar. 8, 1960; n.d. 3 items
[box: 50, folder: 10]
FOREIGN CLAIMS SETTLEMENT COMMISSION -CLAIMS. 1947-1960; n.d. 270 items
[box: 51]
Foreign Claims Settlement Commission - Precedent questions.June 15, 1954-Oct. 13, 1955
[box: 51, folder: 1]
Allied power. Apr. 15, 1955-Aug. 10, 1955. 6 items
[box: 51, folder: 1a]
Merchant seamen. Apr. 20, 1955-July 13, 1955. 4 items
[box: 51, folder: 1b]
Sequestration - Prisoner of war collaboration. June 15, 1954-Oct. 13, 1955; n.d. 24 items
[box: 51, folder: 1c]
Foreign Claims Settlement Commission - Precedent questions.Apr. 25, 1955-Mar. 27, 1956
[box: 51, folder: 2]
Korean power. Apr. 25, 1955-Mar. 27, 1956. 35 items
[box: 51, folder: 2a]
Regulations. June 15, 1955-Sept. 9, 1955. 30 items
[box: 51, folder: 2b]
M. Irene Grieve, et. al. (against Italy). Feb. 12, 1947-July 30, 1959; n.d. 7 items
[box: 51, folder: 3]
Benjamin S. Obligacion (against Japan). Post Jan. 24, 1952. 1 item
[box: 51, folder: 4]
Catholic Orders - The Philippines. Feb. 26, 1953-Jan. 22, 1958; n.d. 19 items
[box: 51, folder: 5]
Ernest Schein - Return of German property. Feb. 26, 1953-May 16, 1960; n.d. 40 items
[box: 51, folder: 6]
William H. Olson - Korean veteran. Jan. 13, 1955-Mar. 1, 1956; n.d. 13 items
[box: 51, folder: 7]
The Philippines - Thomas C. Fisher. Pre-Aug. 1, 1955-Aug. 25, 1960; n.d. 43 items
[box: 51, folder: 8]
Joseph Hammond - Korean veteran. Jan. 10, 1956-Sept. 22, 1959; n.d. 4 items
[box: 51, folder: 9]
James Allen Brittain (against Rumania). July 31, 1956-Mar. 3, 1958; n.d. 27 items
[box: 51, folder: 10]
Consolidated Recapitulation of Claims - Europe. Sept. 30, 1956-May 1957; n.d. 17 items
[box: 51, folder: 11]
FOREIGN CLAIMS SETTLEMENT COMMISSION -CLAIMS. 1956-1961; n.d. 146 items
[box: 52]
Soviet Union - Claims. Nov. 18, 1956-May 1, 1958; n.d. 18 items
[box: 52, folder: 1]
Donald G. Benn, Director of Balkan Claims Division -Correspondence. Apr. 18, 1957-Jan. 1, 1961; n.d. 17 items
[box: 52, folder: 2]
Hungary - Claims. May 15, 1957-Mar. 20, 1959; n.d. 13 items
[box: 52, folder: 3]
David S. Chamberlain (regarding French claims) - Correspondence.July 18, 1957-July 3, 1958. 9 items
[box: 52, folder: 4]
Greek inspection of Italian claims. Aug. 20, 1957-Sept. 3, 1957; n.d. 32 items
[box: 52, folder: 5]
Rumania - Claims. Apr. 14, 1958-Jan. 20, 1959. 11 items
[box: 52, folder: 6]
Debt claims - Decision and dissent. June 10, 1958-Mar. 30, 1959; n.d. 11 items
[box: 52, folder: 7]
Debt claims - Hearings. June 10, 1958-Feb. 3, 1959; n.d. 8 items
[box: 52, folder: 8]
Claims - Under advisement. June 25, 1958-Sept. 12, 1958. 8 items
[box: 52, folder: 9]
Mr. Woidich, a friend of Mrs. Robert Beahan - Claim againstCzechoslovakia. Oct. 23, 1958. 1 item
[box: 52, folder: 10]
Claims - Pending. Oct. 24, 1958-Mar. 18, 1959; n.d. 3 items
[box: 52, folder: 11]
Albert Flegenheimer (against Italy). Apr. 21, 1959-Apr. 28, 1959; n.d. 4 items
[box: 52, folder: 12]
Poland - Claims. Apr. 30, 1960-Dec. 29, 1960; n.d. 8 items
[box: 52, folder: 13]
Attorneys - Plaintiffs. 1960. 3 items
[box: 52, folder: 14]
FOREIGN CLAIMS SETTLEMENT COMMISSION - 1957EUROPEAN TRIP - CORRESPONDENCE. 1957-1959; n.d. 263 items
[box: 53]
Preparation for European trip - Correspondence. Mar. 22, 1957-Apr. 29, 1957; n.d. 34 items
[box: 53, folder: 1]
During trip - Correspondence. Apr. 30, 1957-June 14, 1957. 67 items
[box: 53, folder: 2]
During trip - Correspondence. June 15, 1957-July 27, 1957; n.d. 41 items
[box: 53, folder: 3]
Courtesy letters and gifts. Apr. 15, 1957-Aug. 15, 1957; n.d. 29 items
[box: 53, folder: 4]
Whitney Gillilland and Henry J. Clay, Jr. - Reports of trip.May 10, 1957-July 24, 1957. 14 items
[box: 53, folder: 5]
Invitations. May 23, 1957-Aug. 2, 1957. 12 items
[box: 53, folder: 6]
Karl W. Kalassay - Correspondence. July 2, 1957-Sept. 17, 1958; n.d. 15 items
[box: 53, folder: 7]
Arthur S. Gomyns Carr - Correspondence. Oct. 15, 1957-May 1, 1959. 6 items
[box: 53, folder: 8]
Chairman's memos. 1957. 19 items
[box: 53, folder: 9]
Travel vouchers. July 30, 1954-Aug. 2, 1954; n.d. 3 items
[box: 53, folder: 10]
Travel vouchers. Jan. 10, 1956-July 5, 1956. 7 items
[box: 53, folder: 11]
Travel vouchers and expenses on European trip. May 22, 1957-Aug. 8, 1958; n.d. 12 items
[box: 53, folder: 12]
Travel vouchers. Aug. 9, 1957-Oct. 31, 1958. 4 items
[box: 53, folder: 13]
FOREIGN CLAIMS SETTLEMENT COMMISSION - 1957EUROPEAN TRIP. 1953-1957. 133 items
[box: 54]
En route tourist materials to Genoa, Italy, on the S. S. Independence, April 26-May 5.Jan. 1953-Apr. 26, 1957; n.d. 23 items
[box: 54, folder: 1]
Italy - Correspondence and tourist materials, May 5-18.Sept. 25, 1953-June 3, 1957; n.d. 23 items
[box: 54, folder: 2]
S. S. Queen Frederica from Naples, Italyto Piraeus, Greece, May 28-30. Dec. 1955-May 29, 1957; n.d. 24 items
[box: 54, folder: 3]
Greece - Correspondence and tourist materials, May 30-June 14.Sept. 1, 1956-Nov. 23, 1957; n.d. 45 items
[box: 54, folder: 4]
Yugoslavia - Correspondence and tourist materials, June 14-19.1954-Aug. 22, 1957; n.d. 18 items
[box: 54, folder: 5]
FOREIGN CLAIMS SETTLEMENT COMMISSION - 1957EUROPEAN TRIP. 1955-1957. 162 items
[box: 55]
Italy - Correspondence and tourist materials, June 19-27.Apr. 15, 1957-June 27, 1957; n.d. 52 items
[box: 55, folder: 1]
Switzerland - Correspondence and tourist materials, June 27-July 2.Mar. 1, 1957-Aug. 15, 1957; n.d. 31 items
[box: 55, folder: 2]
Austria - Correspondence and tourist materials, July 2-8.July 5, 1956-July 5, 1957; n.d. 27 items
[box: 55, folder: 3]
Balkan States - Correspondence and tourist materials. Dec. 1, 1955-Sept. 17, 1957; n.d. 18 items
[box: 55, folder: 4]
Germany - Correspondence and tourist materials, July 8-13.March 1957-July 15, 1957; n.d. 34 items
[box: 55, folder: 5]
FOREIGN CLAIMS SETTLEMENT COMMISSION - 1957EUROPEAN TRIP. 1955-1958. 132 items
[box: 56]
Netherlands - Correspondence and tourist materials, July 13-15.Apr. 8, 1957-June 3, 1957; n.d. 16 items
[box: 56, folder: 1]
Belgium - Correspondence and tourist materials, July 15-17.Oct. 7, 1955-Nov. 26, 1957; n.d. 23 items
[box: 56, folder: 2]
France - Correspondence and tourist materials, July 17-21.March 1957-Jan. 27, 1958; n.d. 33 items
[box: 56, folder: 3]
England - Correspondence and tourist materials, July 21-30.Sept. 1956-July 26, 1957; n.d. 50 items
[box: 56, folder: 4]
En route to New York on the S. S. America, July 30-August 6.April 1957-Aug. 1, 1957; n.d. 10 items
[box: 56, folder: 5]
FEDERAL AGENCIES. 1954-1961. 62 items
[box: 57]
The Department of Interior - Mammoth Cave National Park - Correspondence. Mar. 20, 1954-Oct. 13, 1959; n.d. 30 items
[box: 57, folder: 1]
Orville M. Howard - Federal Housing Administration - Correspondence. Sept. 14, 1954-Oct. 5, 1961. 32 items
[box: 57, folder: 2]
SPEECHES
SPEECHES AND TALKS. 1944-1955; n.d. 210 items
[box: 58]
Introduction of Vivian Tuggle to Kentucky Republicans at Thomas Edmund Deweyrally. Sept. 8, 1944. 1 item
[box: 58, folder: 1]
Committee on Functions and Resources of the State Government,Kentucky. Post Mar. 1950. 1 item
[box: 58, folder: 2]
Speech to Republicans, Cumberland Falls, Kentucky. July 4, 1950. 1 item
[box: 58, folder: 3]
Women's Republican Club, Louisville, Kentucky, September 20,1951. Aug. 21, 1951-Sept. 20, 1951. 2 items
[box: 58, folder: 4]
Opening of Republican Campaign in Cumberland County,Kentucky. Oct. 13, 1951. 1 item
[box: 58, folder: 5]
"Women in Politics" WAVE radio and television forum, Louisville,Kentucky, August 19, 1952. Mar. 1952-Sept. 15, 1952; n.d. 10 items
[box: 58, folder: 6]
Kiwanis Club District Meeting, Adair County, Kentucky.Aug. 1952. 1 item
[box: 58, folder: 7]
Women's Club, Edmonton, Kentucky. Pre-Nov. 1952. 1 item
[box: 58, folder: 8]
Introduction - Hambleton Tapp, Parent Teacher Association,Burkesville, Kentucky, November 24, 1952. Nov. 17, 1952-Nov. 24, 1952. 5 items
[box: 58, folder: 9]
The Lincoln Club Annual Banquet, Owensboro, Kentucky.Feb. 17, 1953. 3 items
[box: 58, folder: 10]
Women's Republican Club, Louisville, Kentucky, March 19, 1953.Feb. 19, 1953-May 26, 1953. 4 items
[box: 58, folder: 11]
Cleo [Dawson] Smith - Introduction, Cumberland County Woman'sClub, Burkesville, Kentucky, May 6, 1953. Mar. 24, 1953-July 9, 1953. 11 items
[box: 58, folder: 12]
Columbia Rotary Club, Burkesville, Kentucky, May 25, 1953.May 25, 1953-May 30, 1953. 2 items
[box: 58, folder: 13]
Washington USA Program, WHAS and WTOP CBS Radio,Louisville, Kentucky, March 27, 1954. Aug. 3, 1953-Mar. 29, 1954; n.d. 7 items
[box: 58, folder: 14]
Young Republican Clubs of Kentucky, Cumberland Falls StatePark, Kentucky, September 11, 1953. Aug. 19, 1953-Sept. 12, 1953; n.d. 10 items
[box: 58, folder: 15]
Junior Woman's Club, Glasgow, Kentucky, October 8, 1953.Aug. 25, 1953-Oct. 8, 1953. 3 items
[box: 58, folder: 16]
Eighth District Meeting, Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs,Cumberland Falls, Kentucky, October 27, 1953. Sept. 6, 1953-Dec. 2, 1953; n.d. 33 items
[box: 58, folder: 17]
First District Meeting, Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs,Murray, Kentucky. Oct. 2, 1953. 2 items
[box: 58, folder: 18]
Presiding at National Conference of Republican Women,Washington, D.C., April 6-8, 1954. Nov. 19, 1953-Apr. 8, 1954. 3 items
[box: 58, folder: 19]
Republican National Committeewomen, Washington, D.C.,February 4, 1954. Feb. 4, 1954-Feb. 12, 1954. 6 items
[box: 58, folder: 20]
Tompkinsville High School Graduation, Tompkinsville, Kentucky,May 13, 1954. Mar. 3, 1954-June 2, 1954. 8 items
[box: 58, folder: 21]
Daughters of the American Revolution, Glasgow, Kentucky, May 5,1954. Mar. 11, 1954-Mar. 15, 1955. 37 items
[box: 58, folder: 22]
Louisville Council of Church Women, Louisville, Kentucky, May17, 1954. Apr. 25, 1954-June 2, 1954. 11 items
[box: 58, folder: 23]
"The GI Forum" WSAZ-TV Program, Huntington, West Virginia,June 17, 1954. May 5, 1954-Sept. 20, 1954. 18 items
[box: 58, folder: 24]
American Ex-Prisoners of War, Inc., Fort Worth, Texas, June 4,1954. May 28, 1954-July 22, 1954; n.d. 29 items
[box: 58, folder: 25]
SPEECHES AND TALKS. 1954-1955. 133 items
[box: 59]
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. June 28, 1954. 1 item
[box: 59, folder: 1]
Texas Prisoners of War, Corpus Christi, Texas, July 23, 1954.July 12, 1954-July 27, 1954; n.d. 9 items
[box: 59, folder: 2]
Disabled American Veterans Organization, Philadelphia,Pennsylvania. July 31, 1954. 2 items
[box: 59, folder: 3]
Disabled American Veterans Convention, Miami Beach, Florida,August 16, 1954. Aug. 11, 1954-Apr. 15, 1955. 55 items
[box: 59, folder: 4]
Amvets Convention, Miami Beach, Florida, August 24, 1954.Aug. 13, 1954-Apr. 14, 1955. 45 items
[box: 59, folder: 5]
Oneida County Women's Republican Club, Utica, New York,September 25, 1954. Aug. 27, 1954-Nov. 12, 1954. 19 items
[box: 59, folder: 6]
Kentucky Federation of Women's Club, Louisville, Kentucky,1954. 1954. 2 items
[box: 59, folder: 7]
SPEECHES AND TALKS. 1955-1956; n.d. 170 items
[box: 60]
Washington Club Luncheon, Washington, D.C., March 9, 1955.Feb. 11, 1955-Mar. 13, 1955; n.d. 6 items
[box: 60, folder: 1]
Spring Convention of Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs,Lexington, Kentucky, May 18, 1955. Mar. 9, 1955-July 12, 1955. 18 items
[box: 60, folder: 2]
Women's Spring Conference, Republican National Committee,Washington, D.C., March 10, 1955. Mar. 10, 1955-May 20, 1955. 3 items
[box: 60, folder: 3]
Congressional Club, Washington, D.C., March 25, 1955.Mar. 25, 1955-Jan. 4, 1960. 7 items
[box: 60, folder: 4]
Fairfield County Republican Women's Club, Danbury, Connecticut,April 25, 1955. Apr. 13, 1955-July 9, 1955. 10 items
[box: 60, folder: 5]
American Ex-Prisoners of War Convention, Birmingham, Alabama,June 18, 1955. May 2, 1955-Oct. 3, 1955. 26 items
[box: 60, folder: 6]
Boyd County Women's Club, Ashland, Kentucky, August 27,1955. May 17, 1955-Aug. 27, 1955. 2 items
[box: 60, folder: 7]
American Ex-Prisoner of War National Convention, New YorkCity, New York, July 4, 1955. May 19, 1955-Jan. 4, 1960; n.d. 15 items
[box: 60, folder: 8]
TV Interview - Ted Mack Show, New York City, New York, June3, 1955. June 15, 1955-June 27, 1955; n.d. 2 items
[box: 60, folder: 9]
Veterans Coffee Club, WATV, Veterans Affairs Administration,Newark, New Jersey, November 14, 1955. Aug. 4, 1955-Nov. 28, 1955. 24 items
[box: 60, folder: 10]
Federation of Women's Republican Clubs, Charleston, WestVirginia, September 17, 1955. Aug. 6, 1955-Sept. 18, 1955. 10 items
[box: 60, folder: 11]
The Lincoln Club, Louisville, Kentucky, October 19, 1955.Sept. 23, 1955-Dec. 14, 1955. 5 items
[box: 60, folder: 12]
The Society of Mayflower Descendants, Washington, D.C.,November 21, 1955. Nov. 17, 1955-Nov. 27, 1955. 10 items
[box: 60, folder: 13]
Anchor Masonic Club, Washington, D.C., December 16, 1955.Dec. 7, 1955-Dec. 16, 1955. 4 items
[box: 60, folder: 14]
League of Republican Women of the District of Columbia, February23, 1956. Jan. 25, 1956-Feb. 27, 1956. 7 items
[box: 60, folder: 15]
South Carolina Conference on the Status of Women, Columbia,South Carolina, March 3, 1956. Feb. 20, 1956-Apr. 18, 1956. 21 items
[box: 60, folder: 16]
SPEECHES AND TALKS. 1956-1959; n.d. 208 items
[box: 61]
Windham County Women's Republican Association, Willimantic,Connecticut, May 26, 1956. Apr. 24, 1956-June 5, 1956; n.d. 10 items
[box: 61, folder: 1]
National Citizens for Eisenhower, Washington, D.C., May 31,1956. May 29, 1956-June 1, 1956. 7 items
[box: 61, folder: 2]
Presiding Chairman - Equal Rights Amendment Plank Hearing, SanFrancisco, California, August 16, 1956. July 18, 1956-Aug. 31, 1956. 7 items
[box: 61, folder: 3]
District of Columbia Bar Association, November 13, 1956.Sept. 20, 1956-Dec. 3, 1956. 10 items
[box: 61, folder: 4]
West Virginia Republican group. Pre-Nov. 1956. 1 item
[box: 61, folder: 5]
National Convention of Women of the United States, Washington,D.C., November 19, 1956. Nov. 12, 1956-Nov. 21, 1956. 6 items
[box: 61, folder: 6]
Arlington Women's Republican Council, Arlington, Virginia, March5, 1957. Feb. 11, 1957-Mar. 14, 1957. 10 items
[box: 61, folder: 7]
Washington Club, Washington, D. C., March 6, 1957. Mar. 6, 1957-Mar. 14, 1957. 7 items
[box: 61, folder: 8]
Independent Agency Wives, Washington, D.C. Jan. 23, 1958. 3 items
[box: 61, folder: 9]
Panel for Zonta International Convention, New York City, NewYork, June 26, 1958. Apr. 21, 1958-Aug. 26, 1958. 24 items
[box: 61, folder: 10]
Republican Women's Fall Retreat, Cumberland Falls, Kentucky,October 14, 1958. Aug. 6, 1958-Nov. 12, 1958; n.d. 20 items
[box: 61, folder: 11]
General Federation of Women's Clubs, District of ColumbiaChapter International Day Meeting, January 26, 1959. Nov. 4, 1958-Feb. 12, 1959. 57 items
[box: 61, folder: 12]
Program Chairman, Capital Speakers Club, Washington, D.C.Dec. 16, 1958. 6 items
[box: 61, folder: 13]
Capital Speakers Club, Washington, D.C., January 13, 1959.Dec. 29, 1958-Jan. 13, 1959. 4 items
[box: 61, folder: 14]
Postal clerks, Cumberland County, Kentucky, February 7, 1959.Feb. 3, 1959-Feb. 7, 1959. 6 items
[box: 61, folder: 15]
Principia College delegation, Washington, D.C., April 8, 1959. Apr. 5, 1959-Apr. 8, 1959. 2 items
[box: 61, folder: 16]
Judge for International Toastmistress Club, Inc., Washington, D.C.,May 23, 1959. May 18, 1959-June 17, 1959. 14 items
[box: 61, folder: 17]
Panel book review of Advise and Consent, Capital SpeakersClub Luncheon, Washington, D.C., November 10, 1959. Nov. 8, 1959-Nov. 10, 1959; n.d. 5 items
[box: 61, folder: 18]
Rock Creek Women's Republican Club, November 24, 1959.Nov. 18, 1959-Nov. 25, 1959. 6 items
[box: 61, folder: 19]
Presidential Appointees Luncheon, Washington, D.C., December14, 1959. Dec. 4, 1959-Dec. 14, 1959. 3 items
[box: 61, folder: 20]
SPEECHES AND TALKS. 1959-1961; n.d. 165 items
[box: 62]
National Women's Party Convention, Washington, D.C., January 5,1960. Dec. 16, 1959-Jan. 5, 1960. 6 items
[box: 62, folder: 1]
Wreath-laying ceremony for Lucretia Mott, Washington, D.C.,January 3, 1960. Dec. 29, 1959-Jan. 3, 1960. 5 items
[box: 62, folder: 2]
TV broadcast, WRC-TV, Washington, D.C., January 6, 1960.Pre-Jan. 6, 1960-Feb. 1, 1960. 3 items
[box: 62, folder: 3]
Capital Speakers Club, Washington, D.C. Jan. 12, 1960. 2 items
[box: 62, folder: 4]
Washington Club, Washington, D.C. March 29, 1960. Jan. 31, 1960-Apr. 1, 1960. 5 items
[box: 62, folder: 5]
Wilson College and Franklin County Republican Club,Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, March 17, 1960. Feb. 16, 1960-Sept. 21, 1960. 19 items
[box: 62, folder: 6]
D.C. Round Table panel discussion, WWDC radio program,Washington, D.C., May 29, 1960. Feb. 25, 1960-June 7, 1960. 14 items
[box: 62, folder: 7]
The Washington Club, Washington, D.C., March 1, 1960.Mar. 2, 1960. 1 item
[box: 62, folder: 8]
National Association of Women Lawyers, Washington, D.C.,August 27, 1960. Mar. 25, 1960-Sept. 7, 1960. 30 items
[box: 62, folder: 9]
Business and Professional Women's Club of the District ofColumbia. Apr. 11, 1960. 1 item
[box: 62, folder: 10]
Republican National Convention Breakfast, Chicago, Illinois, July26, 1960. Apr. 23, 1960-Sept. 6, 1960; n.d. 37 items
[box: 62, folder: 11]
Capital Speakers Club, Washington, D.C. Oct. 25, 1960. 3 items
[box: 62, folder: 12]
Gamaliel Consolidated School commencement, Gamaliel, Kentucky,May 16, 1961. Feb. 23, 1961-May 16, 1961. 2 items
[box: 62, folder: 13]
Speeches, miscellaneous. n.d. 17 items
[box: 62, folder: 14]
Note cards and partial speeches, etc. n.d. 20 items
[box: 62, folder: 15]
SPEECH MATERIALS. 1928-1961; n.d. 204 items
[box: 63]
Speech materials - Inspirational and religious. Sept. 22, 1928-June 11, 1961; n.d. 111 items
[box: 63, folder: 1]
Speeches - By others. May 12, 1944-Feb. 8, 1961; n.d. 49 items
[box: 63, folder: 2]
Speech materials - Miscellaneous. Mar. 1950-Oct. 19, 1960. 21 items
[box: 63, folder: 3]
Speech materials - Miscellaneous. n.d. 16 items
[box: 63, folder: 4]
National Reference Library Speech books. Nov. 16, 1951; n.d. 5 items
[box: 63, folder: 5]
"How To Win An Argument", This Week Magazine. Aug. 1, 1954; n.d. 2 items
[box: 63, folder: 6]
BOOKS
BOOKS. 1951-1962; n.d. 118 items
[box: 64]
Literature for children. Dec. 1951-Sept. 1, 1953; n.d. 11 items
[box: 64, folder: 1]
Book receipts, advertisements and articles. July 25, 1952-Mar. 4, 1962; n.d. 38 items
[box: 64, folder: 2]
American History Publication Society. Nov. 7, 1952-Jan. 14, 1954; n.d. 12 items
[box: 64, folder: 3]
The Book of the Month Club, Inc. - Correspondence. Aug. 1953-Mar. 1962; n.d. 44 items
[box: 64, folder: 4]
International Collectors Library Book Reviews. n.d. 13 items
[box: 64, folder: 5]
APPOINTMENT AND ADDRESS BOOKS. 1956-1965; n.d. 316 items
[box: 65]
Daily schedule cards. May 27, 1956-Nov. 29, 1959. 136 items
[box: 65, folder: 1]
Daily schedule cards. Jan. 9, 1960-Sept. 22, 1965; n.d. 171 items
[box: 65, folder: 2]
Address book. n.d. 1 item
[box: 65, folder: 3]
Address book. n.d. 1 item
[box: 65, folder: 4]
Address book (flip top). n.d. 1 item
[box: 65, folder: 5]
Address books (small). n.d. 2 items
[box: 65, folder: 6]
Address lists. n.d. 4 items
[box: 65, folder: 7]
APPOINTMENT CALENDARS. 1944-1955. 18 items
[box: 66]
Appointment calendar. 1944. 1 item
[box: 66, folder: 1]
Appointment calendar. May 4, 1945-Aug. 31, 1945. 1 item
[box: 66, folder: 2]
Appointment calendar. 1947. 1 item
[box: 66, folder: 3]
Appointment calendars. 1948. 3 items
[box: 66, folder: 4]
Appointment calendars. 1949. 2 items
[box: 66, folder: 5]
Appointment calendars. 1951. 2 items
[box: 66, folder: 6]
Appointment calendar. 1952. 1 item
[box: 66, folder: 7]
Appointment calendars. 1953. 2 items
[box: 66, folder: 8]
Appointment calendars. 1954. 2 items
[box: 66, folder: 9]
Appointment calendars. 1955. 3 items
[box: 66, folder: 10]
APPOINTMENT CALENDARS. 1956-1968. 9 items
[box: 67]
Appointment calendars. 1956. 3 items
[box: 67, folder: 1]
Appointment calendar. 1957. 1 item
[box: 67, folder: 2]
Appointment calendar. Nov. 28, 1958. 1 item
[box: 67, folder: 3]
Appointment calendar. 1961. 1 item
[box: 67, folder: 4]
Appointment calendar. 1962. 1 item
[box: 67, folder: 5]
Appointment calendar. 1963. 1 item
[box: 67, folder: 6]
Appointment calendar. 1968. 1 item
[box: 67, folder: 7]
EVENTS AND ENTERTAINING
SOCIAL AND RELIGIOUS EVENTS. 1949-1967; n.d. 226 items
[box: 68]
Kentucky Derby, Louisville, Kentucky, May 6, 1950. Apr. 17, 1950-June 3, 1950; n.d. 74 items
[box: 68, folder: 1]
Kentucky Derby, May 1, 1954. Jan. 4, 1954-May 1, 1954. 8 items
[box: 68, folder: 2]
Kentucky Derby, May 7, 1955. Mar. 1955-May 23, 1955. 74 items
[box: 68, folder: 3]
Kentucky Derby, May 4, 1958. Mar. 31, 1958-July 14, 1958. 6 items
[box: 68, folder: 4]
Kentucky Mid-Century Homecoming, April 28-30, 1950.Apr. 24, 1950-June 6, 1950. 5 items
[box: 68, folder: 5]
Church bulletins, programs. Apr. 1, 1956-Mar. 19, 1967. 5 items
[box: 68, folder: 6]
Women's National Press Club, "Life With Father" luncheon,Washington, D.C., April 30, 1959. Apr. 30, 1959-May 1, 1959. 4 items
[box: 68, folder: 7]
City of Burkesville Sesqui-centennial Celebration and CumberlandCounty Fair, Burkesville, Kentucky, August 13-20, 1960. Mar. 21, 1960-June 23, 1960. 32 items
[box: 68, folder: 8]
Programs, bulletins, handbills. Jan. 8, 1949-Jan. 1960; n.d. 18 items
[box: 68, folder: 9]
POLITICAL EVENTS. 1951-1967; n.d. 135 items
[box: 69]
Eisenhower Train, Evansville, Indiana to Louisville, Kentucky,September 22, 1952. Pre-Sept. 14, 1952-Oct. 12, 1953; n.d. 26 items
[box: 69, folder: 1]
Kentucky State Sunday at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. Apr. 12, 1953. 13 items
[box: 69, folder: 2]
Kentucky State Sunday at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, April 11,1954. Feb. 11, 1954-Mar. 8, 1954. 3 items
[box: 69, folder: 3]
Kentucky State Sunday at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, April 10,1955. Feb. 21, 1955-Mar. 11, 1955. 2 items
[box: 69, folder: 4]
Kentucky Buffet Supper, Washington, D.C., April 6, 1954.Apr. 6, 1954-May 18, 1954. 6 items
[box: 69, folder: 5]
Mamie Eisenhower's Birthday Luncheon, Washington, D.C.,November 9, 1954. Nov. 1, 1954-Nov. 12, 1954. 15 items
[box: 69, folder: 6]
League of Republican Women's Luncheon, Washington, D.C.,March 22, 1956. Feb. 28, 1956-Apr. 3, 1956. 5 items
[box: 69, folder: 7]
Brussels Universal and International Exhibition, Brussels, Belgium,1958. July 2, 1958-Sept. 18, 1958. 6 items
[box: 69, folder: 8]
Dinner with "lke", Washington, D.C., January 27, 1960.Dec. 3, 1959-Feb. 19, 1960; n.d. 15 items
[box: 69, folder: 9]
Republican Campaign Dinner, Washington, D.C., September 29,1960. Aug. 18, 1960-Nov. 10, 1960. 14 items
[box: 69, folder: 10]
Pat Nixon Day in Lexington, Kentucky, September 8, 1960.Aug. 31, 1960-Sept. 23, 1960. 14 items
[box: 69, folder: 11]
Political and business event programs, bulletins, handbills.May 16, 1951-1967; n.d. 16 items
[box: 69, folder: 12]
ENTERTAINING. 1953-1961; n.d. 486 items
[box: 70]
Correspondence and lists. Mar. 13, 1953-Feb. 6, 1961; n.d. 35 items
[box: 70, folder: 1]
Pearl Sayre - Dinner party, Washington, D.C., March 4, 1955.Feb. 7, 1955-Mar. 7, 1955. 15 items
[box: 70, folder: 2]
John Sherman Cooper - Reception, Washington, D.C. Feb. 18, 1955. 5 items
[box: 70, folder: 3]
Pearl Sayre - Breakfasts, Washington, D.C. Feb. 27, 1955-July 10, 1955. 7 items
[box: 70, folder: 4]
Bertha S. Adkins - Party, Washington, D.C., May 16, 1955.Mar. 4, 1955-Apr. 27, 1955. 7 items
[box: 70, folder: 5]
Patricia Ann Priest - Buffet supper, Washington, D.C., August 17,1955. Aug. 2, 1955-Aug. 24, 1955. 8 items
[box: 70, folder: 6]
Supper party, Washington, D.C., January 25, 1956. Jan. 18, 1956-Jan. 30, 1956; n.d. 10 items
[box: 70, folder: 7]
Marie Coffin - Party, Washington, D.C., April 27, 1957.Apr. 15, 1957-July 17, 1957. 10 items
[box: 70, folder: 8]
Opal Lucas - Reception, Washington, D.C., January 30, 1958.Jan. 30, 1958-Feb. 10, 1958. 3 items
[box: 70, folder: 9]
Sheraton-Carlton Hotel - Dinner, Washington, D.C., March 30,1958. Mar. 24, 1958-Apr. 14, 1958; n.d. 6 items
[box: 70, folder: 10]
Women's Medical College Board - Dinner party, Washington, D.C.,March 26, 1958. Mar. 26, 1958-Apr. 11, 1958. 5 items
[box: 70, folder: 11]
Chloe Gifford - Luncheon, Washington, D.C., August 28, 1958.July 7, 1958-Sept. 25, 1958. 26 items
[box: 70, folder: 12]
Bertha Adkins Fellowship Award Buffet Supper, Washington, D.C.,July 28, 1958. July 28, 1958-Aug. 7, 1958. 6 items
[box: 70, folder: 13]
Foreign Claims Settlement Commission Agency Tea - ChloeGifford, Washington, D.C., August 19, 1958. Aug. 6, 1958-Sept. 2, 1958. 24 items
[box: 70, folder: 14]
State Department and FCSC Officials - Luncheon, Washington,D.C., September 18, 1958. Sept. 17, 1958-Oct. 5, 1958; n.d. 9 items
[box: 70, folder: 15]
Virginia Gillilland - Bon voyage tea, Washington, D.C., September30, 1958. Sept. 30, 1958-Oct. 6, 1958. 8 items
[box: 70, folder: 16]
Presidential Appointees party - Priscilla D. Lee and wedding party,Washington, D.C., October 23, 1958. Oct. 8, 1958-Dec. 10, 1958. 8 items
[box: 70, folder: 17]
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Weis, Jr. - Reception, Washington, D.C.,January 7, 1959. Nov. 6, 1958-Jan. 8, 1959; n.d. 225 items
[box: 70, folder: 18]
Senator and Mrs. Hugh Scott - Dinner party, Washington, D.C.,January 13, 1959. Nov. 6, 1958-Jan. 13, 1959; n.d. 20 items
[box: 70, folder: 19]
Togetherness Awards Luncheon - General Federation of Women'sClub, Washington, D.C., March 9, 1959. Jan. 20, 1959-Mar. 25, 1959. 21 items
[box: 70, folder: 20]
Dinner party, Washington, D.C., February 4, 1959. Jan. 30, 1959-Feb. 5, 1959. 4 items
[box: 70, folder: 21]
General Federation of Women's Club party, Washington, D.C.,June 11, 1960. Apr. 20, 1960-June 29, 1960. 24 items
[box: 70, folder: 22]
CONFERENCES AND CONVENTIONS
CONFERENCES AND CONVENTIONS. 1948-1953; n.d. 269 items
[box: 71]
Republican National Convention, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.June 1948. 2 items
[box: 71, folder: 1]
Keep Kentucky Green Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, October28, 1949. Oct. 10, 1949-Oct. 28, 1949. 2 items
[box: 71, folder: 2]
Governor's Conference on Children and Youth, Frankfort,Kentucky. Sept. 18, 1951. 2 items
[box: 71, folder: 3]
Republican National Convention, Chicago, Illinois, July 7, 1952.Mar. 25, 1952-July 20, 1952; n.d. 22 items
[box: 71, folder: 4]
General Federation of Women's Club 61st Annual Convention,Minneapolis, Minnesota. May 12, 1952-May 17, 1952. 10 items
[box: 71, folder: 5]
Seventh Biennial Convention of National Federation of Woman'sRepublican Club, St. Louis, Missouri, September 19-20, 1952. Sept. 10, 1952-Sept. 21, 1952. 6 items
[box: 71, folder: 6]
National Agricultural Limestone Institute Annual Convention,Washington, D.C., January 19-21, 1953. Dec. 5, 1952-Jan. 21, 1953. 7 items
[box: 71, folder: 7]
Third Biennial Convention of Kentucky Federation of Women'sRepublican Clubs, Louisville, Kentucky, January 23-24, 1953. Jan. 9, 1953-Jan. 24, 1953. 1 item
[box: 71, folder: 8]
Charter Meeting of The National Board of The Women's MedicalCollege of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 10-11, 1953.Jan. 10, 1953-Mar. 26, 1953; n.d. 30 items
[box: 71, folder: 9]
Republican National Committee Spring Conference, Washington,D.C., April 23-24, 1953. Jan. 12, 1953-Sept. 8, 1953; n.d. 98 items
[box: 71, folder: 10]
Mid-Western States Regional Conference, Women's Division,Republican National Committee, Chicago, Illinois, September 18-19, 1953.Apr. 22, 1953-Oct. 5, 1953; n.d. 85 items
[box: 71, folder: 11]
National Conference on Highway Financing, Washington, D.C.,December 10-11, 1953. Nov. 11, 1953-Dec. 11, 1953. 4 items
[box: 71, folder: 12]
CONFERENCES AND CONVENTIONS. 1954-1961; n.d. 237 items
[box: 72]
Women's Council of Churches, Louisville, Kentucky. May 7, 1954. 3 items
[box: 72, folder: 1]
Advertising Federation of American Eastern Women's Conference,Washington, D.C. Nov. 1, 1954. 1 item
[box: 72, folder: 2]
U. S. Department of Labor, "The Effective Use of Womanpower",Washington, D.C., March 10-11, 1955. Feb. 4, 1955-Mar. 18, 1955. 8 items
[box: 72, folder: 3]
American Ex-Prisoners of War, Inc., Kansas City, Missouri, July12-14, 1956. June 27, 1956. 1 item
[box: 72, folder: 4]
Fifth Annual Republican Women's Convention, Washington, D.C.,April 1-3, 1957. Mar. 25, 1957-Apr. 3, 1957. 7 items
[box: 72, folder: 5]
"The Role of Women in United States Foreign Affairs" Conference,The Department of State, Washington, D.C., May 17, 1957. May 3, 1957-June 11, 1957. 4 items
[box: 72, folder: 6]
Pan-Arcadian Federation of America 27th Annual Convention,Washington, D.C., June 21-26, 1958. Mar. 11, 1958-June 25, 1958. 8 items
[box: 72, folder: 7]
Sixth Annual Republican Women's Convention, March 16-18,1958. Mar. 16, 1958. 1 item
[box: 72, folder: 8]
General Federation of Women's Clubs Convention, Detroit,Michigan, June 1-6, 1958. Mar. 28, 1958-June 12, 1958. 14 items
[box: 72, folder: 9]
National Highway Users Conference, Inc., Washington, D.C., May6-8, 1958. Apr. 28, 1958-May 8, 1958. 3 items
[box: 72, folder: 10]
Disabled American Veterans 37th National Convention, Louisville,Kentucky, August 11-15, 1958. June 18, 1958-Aug. 15, 1958. 11 items
[box: 72, folder: 11]
Advertising Federation of American Eastern Women's Conference,Washington, D.C., October 31-November 2, 1958. Oct. 2, 1958-Nov. 2, 1958. 6 items
[box: 72, folder: 12]
National Agricultural Limestone Institute, Inc. and National CrushedLimestone Institute, Inc. Joint Convention, Washington, D.C., January 21-22,1959. Jan. 19, 1959-Feb. 12, 1959; n.d. 8 items
[box: 72, folder: 13]
17th Congress of the International Chamber of Commerce,Washington, D.C., April 19-25, 1959. Feb. 13, 1959-May 6, 1959. 44 items
[box: 72, folder: 14]
Seventh Annual Republican Women's Conference, April 12-15,1959. Apr. 12, 1959. 1 item
[box: 72, folder: 15]
Eighth Annual Republican Women's Conference, Washington, D.C.,April 2-5, 1960. Nov. 17, 1959-Apr. 28, 1960; n.d. 62 items
[box: 72, folder: 16]
National Limestone Institute, Inc. Convention, Washington, D.C.,January 18-21, 1960. Jan. 4, 1960-Apr. 13, 1960. 9 items
[box: 72, folder: 17]
American Defenders of Bataan and Corregidor, Inc., Pittsburgh,Pennsylvania, May 6-8, 1960. Mar. 18, 1960-Mar. 30, 1960. 2 items
[box: 72, folder: 18]
Women's Bureau Conference, Washington, D.C., June 2-3, 1960.May 18, 1960-June 3, 1960. 5 items
[box: 72, folder: 19]
General Federation of Women's Clubs 69th Annual Convention,Washington, D.C., June 13-17, 1960. June 1, 1960-Sept. 21, 1960. 16 items
[box: 72, folder: 20]
American Ex-Prisoners of War, Inc., San Antonio, Texas, July 5-7,1960. June 6, 1960-July 1, 1960. 5 items
[box: 72, folder: 21]
National Limestone Institute, Inc., Convention, Washington, D.C.,January 16-19, 1961. Nov. 18, 1960-Jan. 19, 1961. 15 items
[box: 72, folder: 22]
Ninth Annual Republican Women's Conference, Washington, D.C.,March 5-7, 1961. Dec. 4, 1960-Mar. 7, 1961. 3 items
[box: 72, folder: 23]
WOMEN IN POLITICS. 1949-1961; n.d. 283 items
[box: 73]
Women - Newspaper clippings. Dec. 22, 1949-June 10, 1965; n.d. 104 items
[box: 73, folder: 1]
Clare Booth Luce - Newspaper clippings. Oct. 15, 1950-May 2, 1959; n.d. 14 items
[box: 73, folder: 2]
Women in Public Service. 1950-Feb. 1956. 7 items
[box: 73, folder: 3]
Kentucky state and federal labor laws pertaining to women andminors. January 1951. 2 items
[box: 73, folder: 4]
Women in government positions - Index and newspaper articles.Dec. 1953-1958. 1 item
[box: 73, folder: 5]
Department of Defense Advisory Committee on Women in theServices. Jan. 22, 1954 Mar. 25, 1957. 8 items
[box: 73, folder: 6]
Women's Archives, Radcliffe College - Correspondence.Jan. 24, 1954-Mar. 3, 1956. 32 items
[box: 73, folder: 7]
Bertha Sheppard Adkins Fellowship Fund. Apr. 25, 1958-Feb. 27, 1961. 110 items
[box: 73, folder: 8]
Kentucky women (Non-partisan). n.d. 1 item
[box: 73, folder: 9]
Republican women - Kentucky list. n.d. 4 items
[box: 73, folder: 10]
PHOTOGRAPHS. 1948-1969; n.d. 218 items
Pearl Carter Pace and Pace and Carter family members.May 1953-June 1960; n.d. 90 items
[box: 74, folder: 1]
Kentucky State Republican Committee meeting. Sept. 9, 1952-Oct. 1956; n.d. 17 items
[box: 74, folder: 2]
President and Mamie Eisenhower and Kentucky's Congressionalmembers. Jan. 22, 1953-Jan. 1969; n.d. 31 items
[box: 74, folder: 3]
President and Mamie Eisenhower. n.d. 3 items
[box: 74, folder: 3a]
Pace's political Washingtonian colleagues, etc. Aug. 4, 1949-May 31, 1959; n.d. 22 items
[box: 74, folder: 4]
Christmas cards (with photographs). Dec. 1958-Dec. 19, 1960; n.d. 23 items
[box: 74, folder: 5]
Miscellaneous photographs. Oct. 13, 1948-Apr. 15, 1959; n.d. 32 items
[box: 74, folder: 6]
GREETING CARDS
CHRISTMAS CARDS. 1943-1959; n.d. 225 items
[box: 75]
Christmas cards. Dec. 17, 1943-Dec. 1950. 2 items
[box: 75, folder: 1]
Christmas card advertisements. Dec. 15, 1949-Nov. 17, 1959; n.d. 7 items
[box: 75, folder: 2]
Christmas card lists. 1950-1955. 15 items
[box: 75, folder: 3]
Christmas cards. Dec. 18, 1953-Dec. 25, 1953; n.d. 24 items
[box: 75, folder: 4]
Christmas cards. Dec. 23, 1954-Dec. 24, 1954; n.d. 6 items
[box: 75, folder: 5]
Christmas cards (with reproductions of photographs). 1954-1964; n.d. 18 items
[box: 75, folder: 6]
Christmas cards. Dec. 16, 1955 Dec. 16, 1957. 7 items
[box: 75, folder: 7]
Christmas card lists and miscellaneous. 1956-1958. 38 items
[box: 75, folder: 8]
Christmas cards received and returned. Dec. 11, 1958-Jan. 2, 1959; n.d. 17 items
[box: 75, folder: 9]
Christmas cards. 1958. 90 items
[box: 75, folder: 10]
Christmas card list (from box of index cards). 1958. 1 item
[box: 75, folder: 11]
CHRISTMAS CARDS. 1959. 303 items
[box: 76]
Christmas cards: A-D. 1959. 85 items
[box: 76, folder: 1]
Christmas cards: E-M. 1959. 122 items
[box: 76, folder: 2]
Christmas cards: N-Z, returns, miscellaneous. 1959. 96 items
[box: 76, folder: 3]
CHRISTMAS CARDS. 1960-1969; n.d. 171 items
[box: 77]
Christmas cards. Dec. 5, 1960-Dec. 15, 1960. 49 items
[box: 77, folder: 1]
Christmas cards. Dec. 16, 1960-Jan. 3, 1961; n.d. 61 items
[box: 77, folder: 2]
Christmas cards. Dec. 5, 1961-Dec. 16, 1961; n.d. 9 items
[box: 77, folder: 3]
Christmas cards. Dec. 22, 1962; n.d. Dec. 25, 1963. 8 items
[box: 77, folder: 4]
Christmas cards. Dec. 7, 1964-Dec. 28, 1964. 11 items
[box: 77, folder: 5]
Christmas cards. Dec. 9, 1965-Dec. 29, 1965. 10 items
[box: 77, folder: 6]
Christmas cards. Dec. 14, 1967-Dec. 19, 1967. 5 items
[box: 77, folder: 7]
Christmas cards. Dec. 11, 1968-Dec. 18, 1968; n.d. 14 items
[box: 77, folder: 8]
Christmas cards. Dec. 10, 1969-Dec. 13, 1969. 4 items
[box: 77, folder: 9]
CHRISTMAS CARDS. n.d. 117 items
[box: 78]
Christmas cards, A-M. n.d. 64 items
[box: 78, folder: 1]
Christmas cards, O-Z. n.d. 53 items
[box: 78, folder: 2]
GREETING CARDS. 1940-1968. 273 items
[box: 79]
Sympathy cards and letters. Oct. 6, 1940-Feb. 8, 1962; n.d. 26 items
[box: 79, folder: 1]
Get well cards. Dec. 1950; n.d. 4 items
[box: 79, folder: 2]
Get well cards. Oct. 6, 1954-Oct. 16, 1954; n.d. 35 items
[box: 79, folder: 3]
Get well and Easter cards and Thank you letters. Mar. 3, 1956-May 2, 1956; n.d. 67 items
[box: 79, folder: 4]
Miscellaneous cards. Nov. 11, 1958-Feb. 25, 1961; n.d. 4 items
[box: 79, folder: 5]
Get well cards. 1958. 2 items
[box: 79, folder: 6]
Birthday cards. Jan. 9, 1960-Feb. 3, 1960; n.d. 26 items
[box: 79, folder: 7]
Get well cards and letters. Mar. 29, 1962-July 20, 1962. 26 items
[box: 79, folder: 8]
Birthday and Thinking of You cards. Jan. 12, 1964-Jan. 23, 1968. 11 items
[box: 79, folder: 9]
Unsigned miscellaneous cards. n.d. 21 items
[box: 79, folder: 10]
Greeting cards. n.d. 51 items
[box: 79, folder: 11]
PUBLICATIONS AND MEMORABILIA
EXECUTIVE BRANCH LIAISON PORTFOLIO. 1953-1958. 260 items
[box: 80]
Correspondence. Jan. 13, 1954-Mar. 8, 1954. 2 items
[box: 80, folder: 1]
Quotes. Jan. 20, 1953-Nov. 1, 1957. 57 items
[box: 80, folder: 2]
Fact sheets. Dec. 22, 1953-Dec. 29, 1954. 53 items
[box: 80, folder: 3]
Fact sheets. Jan. 3, 1955-Dec. 7, 1955. 60 items
[box: 80, folder: 4]
Fact sheets. Jan. 18, 1956-July 23, 1956. 44 items
[box: 80, folder: 5]
Fact sheets. Aug. 8, 1956-Dec. 2, 1958. 44 items
[box: 80, folder: 6]
GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS. 1948-1961; n.d. 77 items
[box: 81]
Labor Subcommittee Reference material. June 23, 1948-Oct. 22, 1949; n.d. 22 items
[box: 81, folder: 1]
Congressional Record. Apr. 3, 1950-Aug. 20, 1958. 24 items
[box: 81, folder: 2]
United Nations information. Jan. 1951-1958; n.d. 16 items
[box: 81, folder: 3]
Senate and Congress - Telephone directories. Jan. 21, 1955-1961; n.d. 15 items
[box: 81, folder: 4]
PRINTED ITEMS. 1945-1969; n.d. 93 items
[box: 82]
Printed ephemera - Political. Nov. 1943-Sept. 1956; n.d. 19 items
[box: 82, folder: 1]
Printed ephemera. May 1945-Mar. 15, 1969; n.d. 56 items
[box: 82, folder: 2]
Pocket Congressional directories. Jan. 1953; Jan. 1955. 2 items
[box: 82, folder: 3]
Washington, D.C. area evacuation maps. Jan. 24, 1956-1959; n.d. 3 items
[box: 82, folder: 4]
Broadmoor Cooperative Apartments - Telephone directory.Jan. 1956. 1 item
[box: 82, folder: 5]
Buying guides. 1957-1961; n.d. 6 items
[box: 82, folder: 6]
Philately. Mar. 13, 1959-June 8, 1960. 4 items
[box: 82, folder: 7]
Special Reports on Major Business Problems. n.d. 2 items
[box: 82, folder: 8]
NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS. 1939-1970; n.d. 548 items
[box: 83]
Kentucky issues. Aug. 10, 1939-Sept. 21, 1967; n.d. 82 items
[box: 83, folder: 1]
Foreign policy. Oct. 9, 1949-Jan. 7, 1962; n.d. 38 items
[box: 83, folder: 2]
Recipes. Dec. 4, 1949-Apr. 29, 1969; n.d. 42 items
[box: 83, folder: 3]
Harry S. Truman. Dec. 20, 1949-May 4, 1959; n.d. 8 items
[box: 83, folder: 4]
Cartoons. Jan. 15, 1950-July 23, 1961; n.d. 20 items
[box: 83, folder: 5]
1. A Quick Look At Some of the Nation's Cartoonists, Los Angeles Times, January 15, 1950
[box: 83, folder: 5]
1. Art Bimrose, Portland Oregonian, "Reaching for theMoon"
[box: 83, folder: 5]
2. S. J. Ray, Kansas City Star, "State of the PerfectUnion"
[box: 83, folder: 5]
3. Knott, Dallas News, "Same Old Bull"
[box: 83, folder: 5]
4. Parrish, Chicago Tribune, "Not a Merry Old SoulAny More'
[box: 83, folder: 5]
5.? H. Long, Minneapolis Tribune, "Huh?"
[box: 83, folder: 5]
2. S. T. Warren, The San Diego Union, ".. Throughout Allthe Land", July 4, 1951
[box: 83, folder: 5]
3. Herb Block, The Courier-Journal, "We Are Ready ToDiscuss The Budget", November 21, 1952
[box: 83, folder: 5]
4. Jim Berryman, ?day Star, "The Big One That Didn't GetAway", February 10, 1954
[box: 83, folder: 5]
5. Marcus, The New York Times, "The PatientDriver", March 7, 1954
[box: 83, folder: 5]
6. The New York Times, The M'Carthy Issue- Two Cartoonists' View, March 7, 1954
[box: 83, folder: 5]
1. Liederman, The Long Island Daily Press, "Hey! They'refighting Communists, too!"
[box: 83, folder: 5]
2. Herb Block, The Washington Post, "Have a care, sir?"
[box: 83, folder: 5]
7. Grover Pesler, The Courier-Journal, "Out, DamnedSpot!", September 24, 1952
[box: 83, folder: 5]
8. Hugh Hayniens, The Courier-Journal, "People Who SayThat I've Confused the Party Image, Just Don't Understand Modern Art", July 2, 1959
[box: 83, folder: 5]
9. Brooks, The Courier-Journal, "The ProverbialDanger In Playing With Matches", September, 6, 1959
[box: 83, folder: 5]
10. Hugh Hayniess, The Courier-Journal, "The King Was InThe Counting House, Counting In His Money; The Queen Was In The Parlor,Slugging Down The Honey", July 23, 1961
[box: 83, folder: 5]
11. Dorman H. Smith, The Park City Daily News, "It LooksPretty Silly From Where We Sit", n.d
[box: 83, folder: 5]
12. Dorman H. Smith, The Park City Daily News, "Let Me Pin AMedal On You, Son", n.d
[box: 83, folder: 5]
13. Duke, Republican Call, "Muffled!", n.d
[box: 83, folder: 5]
14. Duffy, The Baltimore Sun, "Can't Help Lovin' ThatMan", n.d
[box: 83, folder: 5]
15. Grover Pesler, The Courier-Journal, "Heroic RescueEffort", n.d
[box: 83, folder: 5]
16. Jimmie Hatie,?, "They'll Do It Every Time", n.d
[box: 83, folder: 5]
17. Grover Pesler,?, "There's a Serious Teacher Shortage", n.d
[box: 83, folder: 5]
18. Cartoonists React to the Election and L?, n.d
[box: 83, folder: 5]
1. S. D. Warren, Cincinnati Enquirer, "Tumult And theShouting Dies"
[box: 83, folder: 5]
2. Alexander, Philadelphia Bulletin, "Here's The Winner!"
[box: 83, folder: 5]
3. Little, Nashville Tenn?, "Now Let's Get ToWork"
[box: 83, folder: 5]
19. Grover Page, The Courier-Journal, "I'm Back In TheSaddle Again", n.d
[box: 83, folder: 5]
20. Gib Crockett, Washington Star, "Looks Like I'll NeverGet Out of the Rough!", n.d
[box: 83, folder: 5]
General interest. May 11, 1951-Apr. 2, 1970; n.d. 52 items
[box: 83, folder: 6]
Military - Newspaper clippings and invitations. June 10, 1951-July 22, 1966; n.d. 39 items
[box: 83, folder: 7]
Adlai Stevenson. Aug. 1952-Sept. 29, 1952; n.d. 9 items
[box: 83, folder: 8]
Medical issues. Sept. 24, 1952-Mar. 16, 1961; n.d. 8 items
[box: 83, folder: 9]
Parties, luncheons, breakfasts, etc. Apr. 1953-Mar. 24, 1960; n.d. 18 items
[box: 83, folder: 10]
Korean War - Veterans. July 31, 1954 Jan. 20, 1959. 37 items
[box: 83, folder: 11]
Korean War - Veterans. n.d. 54 items
[box: 83, folder: 12]
Foreign Claims Settlement Commission. Dec. 23, 1954-June 16, 1960; n.d. 26 items
[box: 83, folder: 13]
Korean veteran - Ambrose H. Nugent. Jan. 22, 1955-Mar. 8, 1955; n.d. 19 items
[box: 83, folder: 14]
Korean veteran - Ronald E. Alley. Mar. 11, 1955-June 14, 1959. 20 items
[box: 83, folder: 15]
Korean veterans - Otho Bell, William Cowart, and Lewis Griggs.June 18, 1955-July 29, 1955; n.d. 24 items
[box: 83, folder: 16]
Korean veteran - James C. Gallagher. Aug. 5, 1955-Aug. 24, 1955; n.d. 18 items
[box: 83, folder: 17]
Korean veteran - Daniel C. Schmidt. Aug. 6, 1955-Aug. 16, 1955; n.d. 9 items
[box: 83, folder: 18]
Korean veteran - Thomas Bayes Jr. Sept. 12, 1955-Oct. 9, 1955. 5 items
[box: 83, folder: 19]
John F. Kennedy, Jr. Nov. 13, 1960-Feb. 27, 1962; n.d. 13 items
[box: 83, folder: 20]
Fallout shelters. Oct. 29, 1961-Feb. 10, 1962; n.d. 7 items
[box: 83, folder: 21]
MEMORABILIA AND PRINTED ITEMS. 1934-1969; n.d. 60 items
[box: 84]
Political memorabilia. 7 items
[box: 84, folder: 1]
1. U. S. flag and black stand
[box: 84, folder: 1]
2. Red flag and black stand
[box: 84, folder: 1]
3. Blank GOP placecard
[box: 84, folder: 1]
4. Florist card from Republican Women's Precinct Club of Tulsa
[box: 84, folder: 1]
5. Mrs. Stanley Pace, War Claims Commissioner name badge
[box: 84, folder: 1]
6. The Honorable Pearl Carter Pace Foreign Claims Com. namebadge
[box: 84, folder: 1]
7. Republican Women's Regional Conference, Mrs. Stanley Pace,Kentucky name badge
[box: 84, folder: 1]
Sheriff - Ledger - Oversize. 1939-1940
[box: 84, folder: 1]
Personal financial ledger - Oversize. Jan. 4, 1941-Feb. 1943
[box: 84, folder: 1]
Christian Herald. April 1953
[box: 84, folder: 1]
Eternity. April 1953-May 1953. 2 items
[box: 84, folder: 1]
Diplomatic List, Department of State. Sept. 1953
[box: 84, folder: 1]
Women Lawyers Journal 1. Vol. 17, No.1. Winter 1956
[box: 84, folder: 1]
The Symphony Orchestra of the Florence Festival. 1957
[box: 84, folder: 1]
The Lawyer's Diary, Washington LawBook Co. 1957
[box: 84, folder: 1]
In Kentucky. Summer 1958
[box: 84, folder: 1]
"Anna Russell" program. Dec. 7, 1958
[box: 84, folder: 1]
Visit Massachusetts: The Year-Round Vacationland,The Massachusetts Department of Commerce, Boston,Massachusetts. 1958
[box: 84, folder: 1]
Changing Times. May 1960
[box: 84, folder: 1]
The Gabon Republic: Hour of Independence,Service de Presse et d'Information, New York. Feb. 1961
[box: 84, folder: 1]
Graduate Overseas Training Program, The Maxwell GraduateSchool of Citizenship and Public Affairs. 1961
[box: 84, folder: 1]
TRW Cleveland Friendly Forum. Dec. 20, 1963-July 17, 1969. 30 items
[box: 84, folder: 1]
Scenic South. Oct. 1967
[box: 84, folder: 1]
Ideals - "Thinking of You". 1967
[box: 84, folder: 1]
1968 American Voter, The Century Press,Inc. (Toledo, Ohio: 1968). Post Jan. 1968
[box: 84, folder: 1]
A Brief Guide to the National Gallery of Art of theUnited States of America, Washington, D.C., U.S. GovernmentPrinting Office. 1969
[box: 84, folder: 1]
The Ballet Theatre Fifteenth Anniversary Season. n.d
[box: 84, folder: 1]
"A Norman Rockwell Album", The Saturday Evening Post. n.d
[box: 84, folder: 1]
Washington Planned a Capital, The GeorgeWashington University. n.d
[box: 84, folder: 1]
The Story of the Mural "Resurrection" broadside. n.d
[box: 84, folder: 1]
"Mrs. McThing" program. n.d
[box: 84, folder: 1]
PACE OVERSIZE, 9 items, 1944-1958
Certificates: 2 items
[volume: C1-D2a, folder: Pace Oversize.]
1. Pearl [Carter] Pace commissioned as a member of the Committeeon Functions and Resources of State Government (June 15, 1950-Dec. 31, 1951). June 15, 1950
[volume: C1-D2a, folder: Pace Oversize.]
2. Kentucky Colonel commission for Pearl Carter Pace.May 16, 1958
[volume: C1-D2a, folder: Pace Oversize.]
Printed items: 2 items
[folder: Pace Oversize.]
1. "What Makes a Good Man Bad?" from The St. Cloud Daily Times by theTri-County Citizens for Eisenhower Committee, St. Cloud, Minn. (broadside).Post Apr. 1952
[volume: C1-D2a, folder: Pace Oversize.]
2. Foreign Claims Settlement Commission. Post July 1954
[volume: C1-D2a, folder: Pace Oversize.]
1. Functional Chart
[volume: C1-D2a, folder: Pace Oversize.]
Oversize photographs: 5 items
[volume: C1-D2a, folder: Pace Oversize.]
1. Pearl [Carter] Pace
[volume: C1-D2a, folder: Pace Oversize.]
2. James Stephen Watkins. October 23, 1944
[volume: C1-D2a, folder: Pace Oversize.]
3. Mamie and Dwight D. Eisenhower (2)
[volume: C1-D2a, folder: Pace Oversize.]
4. Fifth Annual Convention of the National Agricultural LimestoneAssociation, Inc., Washington, D.C. (2). Jan. 18-20, 1949
[volume: C1-D2a, folder: Pace Oversize.]

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