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Box SP1

Speeches, “The Crisis in American Education,” October 1958
1, Clipping, regarding JR letter to Nikita Krushchev, October 18, 1958
1, Speech, “Citizenship Role in American Political Life,” Schenley Hall, Pittsburgh, November 14, 1958
1A, Speech, unemployment problems, increase business activity, January 1959
2, Speech, Activation Dinner, 2702D USAR Logistical Command, Humphrey’s Driftwood Room, Charleston, November 19, 1958
3, Speech, “Women in Public Affairs,” Women’s National Democratic Club Luncheon Meeting, Washington, December 1, 1958
4, Speech, Elks Memorial Service, Elkins, December 7, 1958
5, Speech, “Protecting Metropolitan Water Quality,” Winter Meeting, Interstate Commission on Potomac River Basin, Washington, January 29, 1959
6, Speech, 76th Anniversary of the Pendleton (Civil Service) Act, Annual Civil Service Banquet, AFL-CIO, Portsmouth, Virginia, January 16, 1959
7, Speech, “The Development of Religious Liberty,” Congressional Banquet, Washington, January 21, 1959
8, Speech, Washington Board of Trade Dinner for new members of Congress, Washington, January 6, 1959
9, Speech, “The Business Man in Public Affairs,” Weirton Chamber of Commerce, Weirton, February 11, 1959
10, Speech, “The Ethical Challenge to American Protestantism,” Good Shepherd Methodist Church, Washington, February 17, 1959
11, Speech, All American City Award Celebration, Huntington (unable to attend due to bad weather), February 10, 1959
12, Speech, “The Role of the Citizen in Government,” Georgia Highway Contractors Association, Savannah, Georgia, February 23, 1959 (empty)
Speech, “The Development of Religious Liberty,” National City Christian Church, Washington, January 21, 1959
Press Release, Federal Highway program fund apportionments to West Virginia, January 31, 1959
Press Release, impact of foreign residual United States domestic coal industry, conference with Lewis Strauss, Secretary of Commerce, February 6, 1959
13, Speech, “Business Man in Public Affairs,” Annual Conference, Southeastern Electrical Exchange, Boca Raton, Florida, March 24, 1959; Committee of One Hundred, Miami, March 31, 1959
14, Speech, “The Dignity of Work,” West Virginia Vocational Association, Jackson’s Mill, April 18, 1959
15, Speech, “The Dignity of Work,” West Virginia Vocational Association, Beckley, April 18, 1959
16, Speech, “Warmth of America in the Cold War,” United Service Organization’s National Council, Washington, April 18, 1959
17, Speech, “Business Man in Public Affairs,” Surety Bond Producers, Plaza Hotel, New York, April 2, 1959
18, Speech, West Virginia State Elementary School Principals, Elks Club, Beckley, April 16, 1959
19, Speech, “The Integrity of the Unbalanced,” West Liberty State College, West Liberty, April 11, 1959
20, “The Citizen Looks at Government,” American Road Builders Association, Adolphus Hotel, Dallas, January 20, 1959
21, “The Meaning of National Security,” Fairmont, April 19, 1959
22, Banking and Currency hearing, Beckley, March 5, 1959
23, Biographical Sketch, JR
24, Labor and Management bill, S. 1555, April 20, 1959
25, “National Forest,” Forest Land Development
26, Residual Oil, quotas on imports, February 1, 1959
Press Release, blind, self expression bill, S. 1093, February 17, 1959
Press Release, Social Security Act Amendment, S. 1186, March 17, 1959
27, “Highways,” Amendment, Federal-Aid Highway Acts, April 29, 1959
28, Statement, school support, April 13, 1959
29, Aid-Distress areas, March 29, 1959
30, Filibuster, statement regarding debate limitation, January 21, 1959
31, Governor Cecil Underwood, letter regarding taxes, highways
32, “New Frontiers For Farming,” February 6, 1959
33, Remarks, Stonewall Jackson 135th Anniversary, January 21, 1959
School Support Act (S. 2), release on Stansberry Statement, April 16, 1959
35, Statement, Highways and Waterways, Public Work Committee
36, Hearing, “Youth Conservation,” Labor and Public Welfare, May 11, 1959
37, Banking and Currency hearing, Beckley, March 5, 1959
38, Davis Memorial Goodwill Industries, dedication, sheltered workshop, Washington, May 3, 1959
39, Putnam County Council of Parent and Teachers, Poca High School, May 5, 1959
40, Conference of Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers, Woodner Hotel, Washington, April 12, 1959
41, House Public Works Committee, HR 5950, May 5, 1959
42, “Quality Education,” West Virginia School Boards Association, Bluefield, March 26, 1959
43, Statement, Veterans Assistance Act, May 7, 1959
44, “Businessman in Public Affairs,” Southeastern Electric Exchange, Boca Raton, Florida, March 24, 1959
45, Press Release, community facilities bill, May 9, 1959
46, JR raps policy, pinching little firms, Elkins Inter-Mountain, May 7, 1959
47, Legal Secretaries, West Virginia State Convention, Parkersburg, May 16, 1959
Press Release, “We Build A Better West Virginia,” West Virginia Industrial Development Conference, Beckley, May 21, 1959
48, “Education to Match Our Times,” Glen Rogers High School commencement, May 21, 1959
49, “We Build A Better West Virginia,” West Virginia Industrial Conference, Beckley, May 21, 1959
50, Rex Pyles Dinner, Alderson-Broaddus College, Philippi, May 30, 1959
51, Mandatory quotas on imports residual oil
Press Release, interstate system, Federal-Aid Highway Acts, April 29, 1959
Press Release, regarding mandatory quotas on imports of residual oil, White House meeting, March 3, 1959
52, Memorial Address, “The Trust That Is Left To Us,” Veterans of Foreign Wars, Franklin, May 30, 1959
Speech, “The Trust That Is Left To Us,” Memorial Day Services, Franklin, May 30, 1959
53, “Plumbing Contractor in Public Affairs,” Plumbing Contractors National Convention, Miami, June 3, 1959
54, Press Release, coal tar for surface, binders, June 1959
55, Mutual Security Act Amendment
Press Release, regarding foreign aid, from office of Robert C. Byrd, June 2, 1959
56, West Virginia Democratic Victory Dinner, Charleston, February 18, 1959
57, Excerpts, JR and Robert C. Byrd, meeting with West Virginia counties, small business, February 28, 1959
Speech, “The Plumbing Contractor in Public Affairs,” National Association of Plumbing Contractors, Miami, June 3, 1959
Press Release, coal research (Curtis-Wright), June 1, 1959
58, National Monument for West Virginia Washington Western Lands, June 5, 1959
58A, Speech, Senator Jackson, Parkersburg, June 7, 1959
59, “The Crisis in American Education,” excerpts from speeches regarding education, 1958
60A, President Lyndon B. Johnson delivers commencement address, Bethany College, June 7, 1959
61, Pamphlet, Small Business Act, letter to William T. Miller
62, Press Release, problems of aged and aging, June 17, 1959
63, National League of Postmasters, Clarksburg, June 16, 1959
64, Federal-Aid Highway Program in West Virginia, fund apportionments
65, “The Union Member as a Citizen,” AFL-CIO Summer Institute, Morgantown, June 18, 1959
66, Industrial Procurement Conference, Elkins, June 19, 1959
67, Aged and Aging, Morgantown, June 18, 1959
68, “Public Relations and Public Responsibility,” National Community Television Association, Philadelphia, June 23, 1959
69, Veterans Affairs, Senate Resolution 19, June 9-10, 1959
70, West Virginia Centennial, Senate Joint Resolution 106 and House Joint Resolution 208, June 25, 1959
Press Release, Youth Conservation Corps, June 5, 1959
TVA Amendment, June 29, 1959
71, Lions International Convention, “Living In A World of Neighbors,” New York
72, Introductory Remarks, Commercial Law League
73, Supplemental Statement, Area Limitations, HR 3460 TVA
74, Department of Peace, Bill by Jennings Randolph, July 2, 1959
75, Excerpts from Speech, Commercial Law League, White Sulphur Springs
76, TVA Amendment Revised, July 9, 1959
77, Potomac Flood Control and Water Supply, July 12, 1959
78, Youth Conservation Corps, July 14, 1959
79, Statement, S.200, regarding DuPont Company Tax Penalty
80, Statement, Fair Trade Legislation, S.1083, July 10, 1959
81, Speech, “Building a Better West Virginia” Junior Chamber of Commerce, Elkins, July 18, 1959
82, Speech, Ground Breaking Ceremonies, Elkins Sewage Disposal Plant, July 17, 1959
83, Speech, Federation of the Blind Convention, Parkersburg, July 18, 1959
84, Youth Convention Corps, and Corps Proposal, July 22, 1959
85, Statement, S.743, Mine Safety Bill, July 21, 1959
86, Opening Statement, Youth Conservation Corps, S812
87, Columbian Club, 25th Anniversary Banquet, Clarksburg, July 26, 1959
88, Statement, Senate, Coal Research Bill, July 27, 1959
89, Speech: “Building a Better West Virginia” WV Bakers Association Annual Convention, White Sulphur Springs, July 28, 1959
90, American Legion Convention, Parkersburg July 24, 1959
91, Statement, Keogh- Simpson Bill, Pension Plan, July 30, 1959
92, Statement, regarding Highways, August 5, 1959
93, Press Release, Depreciation Allowances on Capital Equipment
94, Flood Control Bill, Rivers and Harbors, Itschner, Chief Engineers
95, Speech, Mineral County Fair, Fort Ashby, August 11, 1959
96, “Our Party’s Challenge, “Young Democratic Clubs of West Virginia, Fairmont, August 14, 1959
98, Father- Son Banquet – Seventh Day Baptist Generation Conference, Salem, August 19, 1959
Press Release, regarding School Construction Bill Education-School Support etc., August 23, 1959
99, Allotments to States, Water Pollution Control, August 26, 1959
100, Dedication, Berkeley County War Memorial Park, Martinsburg, August 29, 1959


Box SP2

101, “Fly-in Breakfast,” Municipal Airport, Martinsburg, August 30, 1959
102, Men’s Bible Classes of Charles Town and Ransom, August 30, 1959
103, Surpluses for the Hungry, from Record, August 27, 1959
104, Press Release, Education- School support-Salaries, August 23, 1959
105, Labor Day Speeches, United Mine Workers and Upper Kanawha Valley Unions, September 7, 1959
106, Odd Fellows – Annual Homecoming, Elkins, September 6, 1959
107, Abraham Lincoln, February 1959
108, Constitutional Rights for D.C., Statement, S.J. 138, September 9, 1959
109, Speech, “Businessmen in Public Affairs” West Virginia Savings and Loans League, White Sulphur Springs, September 11, 1959
110, Press Release, Gilbert McKown, Editor, Martinsburg Journal, regarding School Support
111, Press Release, Water Pollution Control, September 9, 1959
112, “The Businessman in Public Affairs,” Cincinnati, Ohio, Theater Convention, September 16, 1959
113, Press Release, 14th National Conference on Citizenship, Washington D.C.
114, Press Release, Lyndon B. Johnson – Special Committee on Unemployment, September 16, 1959
115, “The Challenge of Citizenship,” 14th National Conference on Citizenship, Washington D.C., September 19, 1959
116, Speech, Baltimore Chapter of West Virginia University Alumni – Baltimore, MD/Washington D. C., September 18, 1959
116, Speech, Credit Union Management Appreciation Night-Toledo, Ohio, September 19, 1959
117, Speech, Tygart Valley Charitable Trust – Grafton, September 18, 1959
118, Speech, “The Role of Woman in Public Affairs,” United Daughters of the Confederacy, September 25, 1959
119, Speech, “The Businessman in Public Affairs,” National Association of Waste Material Dealers, Inc., Washington D.C., September 24, 1959
120, TVA Comments for Bluefield Speech-Bluefield, September 26, 1959
121, Speech, “The Responsibilities of Government,” West Virginia Motor Truck Association, Inc., Huntington, October 3, 1959
122, Statement, I. L. Hernstadt, Professor of Economics
123, Voting Records of Senator Jennings Randolph – 1st Session 86th
124, Press Release, “Education and the Pursuit of Excellence,” Albuquerque, October 23, 1959
125, Letters, Mrs. Edward J McQuail, Jr., regarding Garden Club of West Virginia
126, Introduction – Randolph
127, Speech, West Virginia Labor Federation Convention, Charleston, October 15, 1959
128, Press Release, Unemployment Problems – Special Senate Committee, October 10, 1959
129, Speech, Harpers Ferry Centennial Observance regarding Henry T. McDonald, October 16, 1959
130, Introduction of Senator John F. Kennedy, Wellsburg and Charleston, October 10, 1959
131, “Education and the Pursuit of Excellence,” New Mexico Education Association, October 23, 1959
132, Speech, “The Quest for Peace,” United Vesper Service, West Virginia University, October 25, 1959
133, Press Release, Aged and Aging, October 29-30, 1959, November 3-6, 1959
134, Speech, Davis and Elkins College, Elkins, West Virginia Legislative branch of Government, November 4, 1959
135, Speech, “This Land of Ours,” Jackson’s Mill Soil Conservation Service Meeting, November 4, 1959
136, Press Release, Soil Convention Meeting, Jackson’s Mill, November 4, 1959
137, Press Release, Unemployment Problems Hearings, November 6, 1959
138, Speech, “The Businessman in Public Affairs,” Rotary Club – Weston, November 9, 1959
139, Speech, “Public Relations and Public Responsibility,” Television Association, White Sulphur Springs, November 7, 1959
140, “Jokes”
141, Tape by Jennings Randolph, Small Colleges: Their Importance and Their Needs, 1959
142, Hearing Schedule, Unemployment Problems, Welch, Wheeling, Fayetteville, and Beckley, November 16-18, 1959
143, Speech, Political Science Club, Wheeling College, Wheeling
144, Introduction, Senator Hubert H Humphrey, Beckley, November 21, 1959
145, Remarks by Jennings Randolph, regarding Proposed Eisenhower-Benson Farm Policy, Agricultural and Coal Research and Rural Area Development
146, Press Release, Unemployment Problems, December 1, 1959
147, Speech, St. Patrick’s Day Address, Irish Fellowship Club of Chicago, March 1959
148, Statement and Press Release, Aged and Drug Pricing, December 8, 1959
149, Opening Statement by Jennings Randolph, Unemployment Problems, New Orleans, December 11, 1959
150, Speech, General Contractors of New York, “Businessman in Public Affairs,” Waldorf Astoria, December 15, 1959
151, Press Release, Joint Statement of Randolph and Byrd regarding Residual Imports
152, Federal Aviation Agency, letter from William B. Davis, Director
153, Television script, “Celebrity Parade,” Washington D.C., December 28, 1959
154, Speech, “Why Am I A Democrat,” Bethany Convocation, Wheeling, December 17, 1959
155, Press Release, Hearings, Wheeling, regarding Travel Flights, New York
155, Extracted from News Reports, Democratic State Executive Committee, Charleston
156, Press Release, Election Announcement
157, Speech, “The Contemporary Political Scene,” Speech Association of America, Washington D.C., December 30, 1959
158, Speech, regarding Amendment to the Bridges – Randolph D.C Apprenticeship Act of 1946, January 6, 1960
159, Speech, Greater Fairmont Development Association Station, WJPB-TV, Fairmont, January 9, 1960
160, Speech, “The Obligations of Freedom,” Veterans of Foreign Wars, Fairmont, January 10, 1960
161, Press Release, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Fairmont, W.Va., January 10, 1960
162, Speech, “Welcome to Congress” dinner of Women’s National Press Club by Senator Oren E. Long, Hawaii, January 6, 1960
163, Speech, AFL-CIO Legislative Conference Willard Hotel, Washington, D.C., Labor Convention, January 11, 1960
164, Commencement Addresses by Randall B. Hamrick, January 1960
165, Labor Unions, January, 1960
166, Press Release, American Business Association Dinner, January 18, 1960
167, Press Release, Federal Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission, January 18, 1960
168, Speech, American Business Association Dinner, Washington, D.C., January 16, 1960
169, Speech, Area Development Bill (S. 722) To Assist Distressed Areas, January 21, 1960
170, Panel Discussion, American Road Builders’ Association, Cincinnati, Ohio, January 20, 1960
171, Press Release, Panel Discussion-American Road Builders’ Association, Cincinnati, Ohio, January 20, 1960
172, Press Release, Area Redevelopment Act, Depressed Areas Bill, Washington, D.C., January 21, 1960
173, Speech, Anniversary of “Stonewall” Jackson, also press release, January 21, 1960
174, Speech, “A Charter of Independence for Senior Citizens,” Aged and Aging, Institute, W.Va., January 25, 1960
175, Press Release, “Charter of Independence for Senior Citizens,” Institute, W.Va., January 25, 1960
176, Speech, National Association Homebuilders, Chicago, Illinois, January 18, 1960
177, Highways, Copies Editorials, etc., December 14, 1959
178, Press Release, regarding Food Stamps Program, February 1, 1960
179, Speech, Senate Floor, Eisenhower-Benson proposals Farm problems, agriculture policy, February 2, 1960
180, Press Release, Eisenhower-Benson proposals Farm Problems, Agricultural policy, February 2, 1960
181, Speech, Senator Floor regarding Saturday Evening Post Article, February 2, 1960
182, Forest Service, Murray, James E., Letter, January 22, 1960
183, Press Release, regarding Education Bill, February 8, 1960
184, Press Release, regarding Democratic Convention and Primary, February 8, 1960
185, Speech, Senator Hartke, Junior Board of Trade Dinner, Martinsburg, W.Va., February 10, 1960
186, Women, in Business and the Professions, NO DATE
187, Speech, Washington Advertising Club at luncheon honoring Ethel Fistere, Washington, D.C., NO DATE
188, Speech, Boy Scouts, American Legion Home, Wellsburg, W.Va., Award Dinner, 50th Anniversary, February 11, 1960
189, Article, regarding Saturday Evening Post Article, letter to Robert Fuoss, February 9, 1960
190, Speech, Dedication, New Post Office, Garage Facility, Charleston, W.Va., February 20, 1960
191, Speech, Junior Chamber of Commerce, Elks Club, Wheeling, W.Va., “Citizenship Responsibility,” March 1, 1960
192, Statement, Production and Stabilization, Banking and Currency, February 24, 1960
193, Press Release, regarding unemployment problems, Senate Committee report, February 24, 1960
194, Press Release, Federal-aid Highway Program, March 1, 1960
195, Press Release, “Citizenship Responsibility” Chamber of Commerce, Wheeling, W.Va., March 1, 1960


Box SP3

196, Speech, Sales Executive Club Banquet, Baltimore, February 29, 1960 “What’s Right with West Virginia,” complete set
203, Introduction, Senator Stuart Symington, Huntington, March 19, 1960
204, Speech, “A World in Debt to Israel,” Southern West Virginia Bond Committees, Charleston, March 20, 1960
205, Press Release, bill for increase in Social Security and for health benefits for elderly citizens
206, Press Release, Special Committee on Unemployment Problems, conclusions and recommendations, March 27, 1960
207, Press Release, amendment to lower voting age, March 29, 1960
208, Speech, “Democracy and Public Policy,” North Central Highway Conference, Minneapolis, March 29, 1960
209, Statement, regarding problems of distressed areas/unemployment, March 30, 1960
210, Introduction, Justice Tom Clark, Jefferson County Bar Association, April 1, 1960
211, Basic Political Issues, education/aged/farm/interest rates/housing, April 6, 1960
212, Introduction, Senator Oren Long (Hawaii), Democratic Executive Committee and Women’s Democratic Club of Berkeley County, April 9, 1960
213, Press Release, residual oil, National Coal Policy Conference, April 7, 1960
214, Press Release, regarding residual oil imports, April 9, 1960
215, Press Release, Postal Policy Act, American Newspaper Publishers Association, April 8, 1960
216, Press Release, regarding residual oil imports, joint statement, April 10, 1960
217, Speech, ground-breaking ceremonies, sewage disposal plant, Nitro, April 15, 1960
218, Speech, eulogy of FDR, United States Senate, April 13, 1960
219, Press Release, Young Democratic Clubs of Cabell County, April 15, 1960
220, Statement, regarding Youth Conservation Corps, Bill S. 812, April 20, 1960
221, Introduction, Senator Clair Engle, Parkersburg, April 20, 1960
222, Introduction, Senator Frank Church (Idaho), Democratic Executive Committee, The Greenbrier, April 19, 1960
223, Press Release, anti-recession legislation, April 20, 1960
224, Speech, “Charter of Independence for Senior Citizens,” American Association of University Women, West Virginia Division, Jackson’s Mill, April 23, 1960
225, Press Release, coal and oil industries, April 21, 1960
226, Press Release, military construction, armories/National Guard, April 23, 1960
227, Committee Assignments, Jennings Randolph
228, Statement, forests, Senate Joint Resolution 95, reforestation project, April 22, 1960
229, Speech, “The Shield of Freedom,” Veterans of Foreign Wars, Hinton, April 24, 1960
230, Introduction, Senator Spessard Holland (Florida), Moorefield, April 22, 1960
231, Introduction, Senator Robert Kerr (Oklahoma), Elkins, April 23, 1960
232, Speech, Mayor’s Commission on Human Relations, Charleston, April 22, 1960
233, Correspondence, presidential views of Jennings Randolph, April 7, 1960
234, Potomac River Basin Survey, Chavez letter, April 26, 1960
235, Statement, mine safety bill (S. 743), April 27, 1960
236, Speech, “The Rotarian in Public Affairs,” Rotary Conference, Atlantic City, April 29, 1960
237, Speech, credit unions, Elks Club, Parkersburg, April 30, 1960
238, Press Release, credit unions, Douglas Bill, Parkersburg, May 1, 1960
239, Speech, Federal Employees Pay Raise Rally, Parkersburg, May 1, 1960
240, Press Release, pay raise, Federal postal workers, Parkersburg, May 1, 1960
241, Introduction, Senator Ernest Gruening (Alaska), Fund Raising Dinner, Wheeling, May 4, 1960
242, Introduction, James Roosevelt, Fund Raising Dinner in Honor of Judge R. D. Bailey, Pineville, May 5, 1960
243, Introduction, Senator Lyndon Johnson (Texas), Fund Raising Banquet, Clarksburg, May 7, 1960
244, Press Release, Employment and Manpower Committee, by Lister Hill, May 16, 1960
245, Press Release, Employment and Manpower Committee, May 6, 1960
246, Speech, Roadside, “Business Man in Public Affairs, Cincinnati, May 6, 1960
247, Press Release, Senator Vance Hartke (Indian), Greenville, May 7, 1960
248, Speech, Weirtonian Lodge Annual Banquet, May 1, 1960
249, Speech, “The Federal Government in Relation to Small Colleges,” Washington, May 16, 1960
250, Press Release, small colleges, Washington, May 16, 1960
251, Press Release, academy appointments
252, Speech, “Education to Match Our Times,” Smithfield High School Commencement, May 18, 1960
253, Press Release, public buildings and grounds, May 17, 1960
254, Speech, Tygarts Valley High School Commencement, Mill Creek, May 26, 1960
255, Speech, National Federation of Post Office Clerks, West Virginia Branch, Morgantown, May 21, 1960
256, Press Release, Aeronautics Boards, Aviation, Morgantown Chamber of Commerce, May 24, 1960
257, Speech, regarding better airline service, Morgantown Chamber of Commerce, May 24, 1960
258, Statement, attempt to override veto of S. 722 (Area Redevelopment Bill), May 24, 1960
259, Speech, “The Shield of Freedom,” Memorial Services, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Huntington, May 30, 1960
260, Introduction, Dr. Alfred T. Hill, Salem College Commencement, May 28, 1960
261, Speech, Dedication of Monongah Town Hall, May 29, 1960
262, Statement, Telephone Company, Rural Electrification Administration, June 3, 1960
263, Press Release, United Utilities of West Virginia, Davis, June 2, 1960
264, Speech, “The Way of the Heart,” City Hospital Nursing Commencement, Martinsburg, June 3, 1960
265, Introduction, Dr. J. E. Blaydes, Lions Convention, Bluefield, June 4, 1960
266, Press Release, Dedication of Coal Building, National Coal Association, June 9, 1960
267, Letter Copy, Norman Laughlin, Upper Monongahela Valley Association, Fairmont, June 2, 1960
268, Press Release, Mutual’s “Capitol Assignment,” regarding medical care, health insurance for aged, June 6, 1960
269, Speech, “Building a Better West Virginia,” Junior Chamber of Commerce Dinner, Grafton, June 6, 1960
270, Press Release, Jennings Randolph statement from Clarksburg in answer to Governor Cecil Underwood’s remarks, June 8, 1960
271, Speech, West Virginia Travel Clinic, Elkins, June 9, 1960
272, Press Release, Employment and Manpower Hearings, June 13, 1960
273, Press Release, unemployment, Kingwood, June 11, 1960
274, Speech, National Association of Postmasters, West Virginia Chapter, Stonewall Jackson Hotel, Clarksburg, June 11, 1960
275, Statement, Subcommittee on Employment and Manpower Hearings, June 14, 1960
276, Speech, Flag Day Observance, Wheeling Elks, June 14, 1960
277, Press Release, relations of business with government/small business, June 13, 1960
278, Press Release, Subcommittee on Employment and Manpower, unemployment problems, June 15, 1960
279, Statement, impact of imports on small business, June 16, 1960
280, Press Release, impact of imports on small business, June 16, 1960
281, Press Release, poultry and mushrooms, Manheim, June 16, 1960
282, Statement, regarding imports/small business, June 16, 1960
283, Speech, West Virginia Chapter, National Association of Postal Supervisors, Bluefield, June 18, 1960
284, Press Release, hearing on impact of imports on small business, June 18, 1960
285, Editorial for Huntington Advertiser, June 22, 1960
286, Press Release, Subcommittee on Employment and Manpower, June 25, 1960
287, Minimum Wage Bill, reported from Senate Labor Committee, June 23, 1960
288, Press Release, Vocational Education Act, Training for Unemployed, June 27, 1960
289, Statement, Coal Research Bill, June 27, 1960
290, Statement, Vocational Education Act Amendment, Training for the Unemployed, June 27, 1960
291, Statement, medical insurance for aged, June 27, 1960
292, Foreward, “Manpower’s Challenge of the 1960s,” June 27, 1960
293, Statement, small business, banks cooperate with private enterprise, June 29, 1960
294, Press Release, McNamara Bill, medical care for aged, June 30, 1960
295, Statement, Federal-Aid Highway Act, 1958 amendment, Public Works Committee, June 29, 1960
296, Speech, McNamara Bill, adequate medical insurance program for the aged, June 30, 1960
297, Speech, “Personal Diplomacy,” United States Senate, July 1, 1960
298, Speech, “The Shield of Freedom,” Independence Day observance, East Rainelle, July 4, 1960
299, Statement, urging democratic support for National Fuels Policy, Los Angeles, July 8, 1960
300, Speech, “The Role of the Federal Government in Relation to Small Colleges, Arcadia, California, July 9, 1960
301, Press Release, National Fuels Policy Plank, Los Angeles, July 8, 1960
302, Speech, Colorado Cancer Conference, Denver, July 20, 1960
303, Speech, “The Question of National Defense,” American Legion State Convention, Prichard Hotel, Huntington, July 23, 1960
304, Speech, “The Democratic Party – Custodian of the American Future,” Young Democratic Club, Kanawha County, Coonskin Park, July 22, 1960
305, Speech, American Petroleum Institute, July 28, 1960
306, Introduction, Governor David Lawrence, Pennsylvania, Charleston, August 12, 1960
307, Press Release, letter from Jennings Randolph canceling engagements until after Labor Day, August 8, 1960
308, Speech, health care program for the aged/medical care/Social Security program, United States Senate, August 15, 1960
309, Letter to Fred Seaton, Secretary of the Interior, regarding Coal Research and Development Act, August 12, 1960


Box SP4

310, Press Release, West Virginia Centennial Celebration Appropriation
311, Statement, Area Redevelopment Legislation, August 18, 1960
312, Statement, Supplemental Area Redevelopment Legislation, August 8, 1960
313, Statement before Tariff Commission, regarding Glass Imports, August 18, 1960
314, Press Release, Small Business Committee, regarding Imports/Tariffs, August 23, 1960
315, Speech, 5th Annual Outing, Mountain Lodge of West Virginia, Junior Order Mechanics, Point Pleasant, August 21, 1960
316, Politics Column by JR, Charleston Gazette, August 1960
317, Speech, “Free Fraternalism or Forced Collectivism,” Moose State Convention, Clarksburg, August 27, 1960
318, Speech, regarding Farm Problems, New York Times Article, August 1960
319, Speech, Banking and Currency Hearing, Secretary of Commerce Frederick Mueller, Area Redevelopment, Douglas Cooper, August 1960
320, Speech, Hager Family Reunion, Ramage, August 28, 1960
321, Speech, Young Democrat Convention, Huntington, August 27, 1960
322, Speech, Ohio Oil and Gas Association, Columbus (Sam Mallison), February 26, 1960
323, Speech, Labor Day Ceremonies, Central Ohio Valley Union Council, AFL-CIO, Parkersburg, September 5, 1960
324, Speech and Press Release, Striving for a World of Peace, Roane County Homecoming, Gandeeville, September 4, 1960
325, Speech, Hancock County Democrats, Weirton, September 12, 1960
326, Speech and Press Release, Gwinn Family Reunion, Lockbridge (Summers County), September 4, 1960
327, Press Release, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Mortgage Burning Ceremonies, Parkersburg, September 3, 1960
328, Press Release, Eve of Adjournment Pledged Support to John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson, September 1, 1960
329, Press Release, regarding Aviation and Address at Mountain Lodge West Virginia Junior Order Mechanics, Point Pleasant, August 22, 1960
330, Favorite Stories
331, Letter to Commander Robert G. Wilhelm, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Parkersburg, September 10, 1960
332, Press Release, regarding Small Business Administration, Northern West Virginia Counties
333, Speech, “The Task Ahead,” Kennedy Conference, Charleston, September 19, 1960
334, Press Release, Democratic Victory Dinner, Charleston, February 18, 1959
335, Press Release, Hager Family Reunion
336, Meditation, “I Believe in God…,” by Raymond Lindquist
337, Speech, West Virginia Federation of the Blind, Parkersburg, September 11, 1960
338, Press Release, Gilmer County Democratic Rally, Glenville, September 15, 1960
339, Speech, Lewis County Democratic Rally, Weston, September 15, 1960
340, Introduction of John F. Kennedy, Charleston, September 19, 1960
341, Introduction, Eleanor Roosevelt, Arthurdale Presbyterian Church Dedication, September 24, 1960
342, Speech for Video Tape, Charleston, September 18, 1960
343, Veterans Affairs, Legislative Record, 86th Congress
344, Speech, Groundbreaking Ceremonies, Summersville Reservoir, September 25, 1960
345, Speech, Press Panel, “Farm Question” and “Forest Conservation Question,” Harrisonburg, Virginia, September 27, 1960
346, Press Release, regarding Reforestation, Marlinton, September 28, 1960
347, Press Release, regarding Farm Policy, Franklin, September 27, 1960
348, “The Highway Problem,” Campaign Material
349, Press Release, The Highway Problem, Democratic Rally, Huntington, September 30, 1960
350, Speech, Medical Care for Aged, Democratic Rally, Elkins, October 1, 1960
351, Press Release, Medical Care for Aged, Democratic Rally, Elkins, October 1, 1960
352, Aged Material, Speeches, Notes and Clippings
353, Statement, regarding Medical Costs/Problems of Aged and Aging, Parkersburg, October 9, 1960
354, Speech, Rural Electrical Power Development, Region IV Meeting, Clarksburg, October 13, 1960
355, Press Release, Medical Case for Aged, Parkersburg, October 9, 1960
356, Press Release, regarding Presidential Vetoes, Charleston, October 10, 1960
357, Press Release, Budget Surpluses, Charleston, October 10, 1960
358, Business Failures, Kopperston, October 11, 1960
359, Press Release, Education, Control of Schools, Mullens, October 11, 1960
360, Press Release, Labor Surplus Areas, Charleston, October 12, 1960
361, Press Release, Income Tax Credits, Beckley, October 12, 1960
362, Press Release, Small Businessmen, Loans, Moundsville, October 13, 1960
363, Press Release, Rural Electric Systems, Clarksburg, October 13, 1960
364, Press Release, Small Business, Hinton
365, Press Release, Employment Program, Hinton, October 14, 1960
366, Press Release, Unemployment/Labor Trends, Coal City, October 12, 1960
367, Speech, Jefferson County Annual Fair, October 6, 1960
368, Speech, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Convention, Charleston, October 26, 1960
369, Speech and Press Release, Tri-County Rally, Summers, Monroe and Greenbrier Democrats, Alderson, October 19, 1960
370, Speech and Press Release, Logan County, October 20, 1960
371, Press Release, Natural Resources, Grantsville, November 3, 1960
372, Press Release, Charles Town, November 1, 1960
373, Press Release, regarding National Guard Armories, Gassaway, November 2, 1960
374, Defense Budget, Clarksburg, November 2, 1960
Tri-County Rally of Summers, Greenbrier and Monroe, Free Enterprise, Alderson, October 24, 1960
375, Press Release, Letter to John F. Kennedy, et al., 18 recommendations
376, Speech, Elks Memorial, Fairmont, December 4, 1960
377, Speech, Ohio Contractors Association, Columbus, December 5, 1960
378, Task Force for West Virginia and Depressed Areas, Committee and Staff
379, Television Programs, Youth Wants to Know, December 4, 1960
380, Statements, Small Business and National Trade Policy, December 15, 1960
Miscellaneous Programs, 1960 (including JFK at Weirton)
1, Speech, Golden Age Club, Washington, regarding senior citizens, January 5, 1961
2, Statement, Area Redevelopment Task Force, Douglas Bill, Senate, January 5, 1961
3, Press Release, National Fuels Policy, January 9, 1961
4, Concurrent resolution, regarding National Fuels Policy, January 9, 1961
5, Statement, National Fuels Study, regarding resolution, January 9, 1961
6, Introduction, Richard Eaton, January 10, 1961
7, Press Release, tax relief for small business concerns, January 13, 1961
8, Press Release, Social Security Amendment, January 13, 1961
9, Speech, dedication of Stonewall Station Post Office, Charleston, January 17, 1961
10, Press release, flood control, reservoir, dams, appropriations, Army Engineers Civil Works program, January 16, 1961
11, Statement, regarding area redevelopment bill, Douglas-hearing, banking and currency, January 18, 196
12, Press Release, Area Development Depressed Areas bill, January 17, 1961
13, Press Release, income tax deduction, tuition fees – education, January 21, 1961
14, Statement, 137th anniversary of birth of Stonewall Jackson, January 21, 1961
15, Program, Alfalfa Club, Washington, January 21, 1961
16, Speech, National Bituminous Concrete Association, Houston, Texas, January 30, 1961
17, Speech, Capital Airlines management meeting, Arlington, Virginia, January 31, 1961
18, Press Release, labor and public welfare, committee appointments, February 4, 1961
19, Press Release, committee appointments, 1961, February 7, 1961
20, Press Release, telegram to president regarding residual oil imports, February 8, 1961
21, Press Release, commodity distribution stamp program, February 10, 1961
22, Press Release, centennial celebration, February 11, 1961
23, Speech, television re-education, debate with Strom Thurmond, February 12, 1961
24, Press Release, Deuterium Corporation, regarding purchase, Morgantown Ordnance Works, February 14, 1961
25, Statement, residual oil imports, February 20, 1961
26, Speech, American Motor Hotel Association, regarding tourism, Washington, February 21, 1961
27, Press Release, American Motor Hotel Association, regarding tourism, Washington, February 21, 1961
28, Speech, “Learning to Live in a World of Neighbors,” Columbia, Pennsylvania, February 22, 1961
29, Biographical Material, Jennings Randolph
30, Travel speech, “Traveling in a World of Neighbors”
31, Lincoln speech


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32, Speech, “The Business Man in Public Affairs,” Drug, Chemical and Allied Trades Association, New York, March 2, 1961
33, Statement, Civil Aeronautics Board hearing, Martinsburg, March 1, 1961
34, Speech, “To Form a More Perfect Union,” United States Senate, February 28, 1961
35, Press Release, remarks at Senate hearing, id to education, February 28, 1961
36, Press Release, Food Stamp program, March 1, 1961
37, Statement, National Fuels Policy, March 2, 1961
38, Press Release, airline tours, foreign tourists, March 6, 1961
39, Statement, National Wilderness bill, Interior and Insular Affairs, February 27, 1961
40, Questions, hearing regarding education, March 9, 1961
41, Speech, Senate debate on S. 1 (Area Redevelopment bill), March 10, 1961
42, Speech, “The Meaning of a Hospital,” Veterans Administration Hospital, Clarksburg, March 12, 1961
43, Remarks, Wheeling anniversary, March 11, 1961
44, Letter to editor, Boston Herald, regarding residual oil imports editorial, March 10, 1961
45, Panel discussion, American Road Builders Association, Atlantic City, New Jersey, March 8, 1961
46, Press Release, Veterans Administration Hospital, Clarksburg, March 11, 1961
47, Press Release, Federal-Aid Highway Act, March 15, 1961
48, Speech, “Building a Better America,” Frederick County Holstein Association, Frederick, Maryland, March 16, 1961
49, Press Release, regarding temporary unemployment compensation, March 16, 1961
50, Press Release, Washington Post article regarding Kennedy administration as doing nothing, March 20, 1961
51, Comptroller General of the United States, regarding contracts – Armed Services Procurement Act, March 3, 1961
52, Statement, ratification of 23rd Amendment, March 1961
53, Speech, Savings and Loan League, White Sulphur Springs, March 28, 1961
54, Press Release, Savings and Loan League, White Sulphur Springs, March 28, 1961
55, Press Release, problems of the aged and aging, March 29, 1961
56, Speech, defense expenditures, United States Senate, March 30, 1961
57, Press Release, defense expenditures, March 30, 1961
58, Speech/Press Release, Alabama League of Municipalities, April 7, 1961
59, Introduction of Jennings Randolph, n.d.
60, Press Release, Virginia Electric and Power Company, regarding generating plant, April 5, 1961

63, Statement, Resources and Conservation Act of 1961, April 13, 1961
64, Statement, Fair Labor Standards, April 13, 1961
65, Introduction, Senator Clark, Human Relations dinner, Charleston, April 13, 1961
66, Introduction, Connecticut Senator Thomas J. Dodd, American Legion, Fairmont, April 15, 1961
67, Speech, West Virginia group, Senator Robert C. Byrd’s office, April 19, 1961
68, Statement in United States Senate, April 24, 1961
69, Statement, hearing before Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara regarding Army procurement, April 25, 1961
70, Speech, Democratic Women’s Day, Charleston, April 15, 1961
71, Statement, League of Women Voters, April 27, 1961
72, Statement, Gruenings Amendment to S. 1021, Subcommittee on Education, April 27, 1961
73, Press Release, Small Business Committee on Government Procurement, April 28, 1961
74, Press Release, investment incentive tax, May 2, 1961
75, Statement, Cuban incident and threat of Castroism in Latin America, May 1, 1961
76, Press Release, education bill, May 8, 1961
77, Press Release, Emergency Employment Act, Clark-Randolph-Pell, May 9, 1961
78, Press Release, education, aid teachers salaries and school construction, May 11, 1961
79, Speech, Israel Rally, Clarksburg, May 13, 1961
80, Speech, YMCA Forum-Seminar, Brookings Institution, Washington, May 10, 1961
81, Speech, Roadside Business Association, Ponte Vedra, Florida, May 12, 1961
82, Stuart Symington, Speech, West Virginia Travel Clinic, Blackwater Falls, May 12, 1961
83, Resolution, Civil War centennial and 98th anniversary of state of West Virginia, June 20, 1961
84, Press Release, West Virginia Week, 98th anniversary of state, May 18, 1961
85, Press Release, national fuels study, May 17, 1961
86, Press Release, aid to education, May 18, 1961
87, Statement, Khrushchev/Kennedy meeting, May 19, 1961
88, Press Release, Khrushchev/Kennedy meeting, May 19, 1961
89, Press Release, Emergency Employment Acceleration, May 20, 1961
90, Address by Abraham Ribicoff, Chamber of Commerce, Elkins, May 22, 1961
91, Statement, voting right for eighteen years of age, May 23, 1961
92, News Release, by Senator J. Glenn Beall, regarding Area Redevelopment, May 18, 1961
93, Speech, dedication, Standard Lime and Cement Company, Martinsburg, May 25, 1961
94, Press Release, Treasury Department statistics, federal tax revenues, May 25, 1961
95, Press Release, remarks on address by President John F. Kennedy, May 25, 1961
96, Tax Statistics, federal aid to education, May 25, 1961
97, Speech, Shepherd College commencement, May 29, 1961
98, Press Release, Shepherd College commencement, May 29, 1961
99, Guest Column, “Washington Watch,” Charleston Gazette, May 29, 1961
100, Speech, Clearwater, Florida Chamber of Commerce, May 26, 1961
101, Commencement speech by Alfred T. Hill, Pacific College, Louisiana (empty folder)
102, Speech, Battle of Philippi, centennial commemoration, Philippi, June 11, 1961
103, Speech, Perkiomen School commencement, Palm, Pennsylvania, June 4, 1961
103, Speech, “The Commitment to Freedom,” Perkiomen School Commencement, Palm, Pennsylvania, June 4, 1961
104, Press Release, Letter to Governor Barron regarding Federal Aid Highway Act, June 1, 1961
105, Speech, Introduction Sam Rayburn, Commencement, Woodward School for Boys, June 7, 1961
106, Press Release, Limitation oil imports, June 8, 1961
107, Statement, National Fuels Policy hearing, June 12, 1961
108, Statement, Supplemental National Fuels Policy hearing, June 12, 1961
109, Potential Agenda, Items National Fuels and Energyy Resources used at hearing, June 12, 1961
110, Press Release, Area Redevelopment Act, Areas eligible for Assistance, June 9, 1961
111, Statement, regarding Industrial development, Wheeling, W.Va., June 9, 1961
112, Press Release, National Fuels & Energy Study Hearing, June 12-13, 1961
113, Hearing screening, Loyal Order of Moose, Parkersburg, W.Va., June 7, 1961
114, Commencement Address, Paul G. Benedum, Davis-Elkins College, June 8, 1961
115, Press Release, National Fuels & Energy Study, Henry Dowd, Statement, June 13, 1961
116, Statement, West Virginia Week, Phil Conley, history of W.Va., June 14, 1961
117, Speech, Beckley Area Redevelopment Conference, June 16, 1961
118, Speech, American Ceramic Society, Charleston, W.Va., June 16, 1961
119, Speech, Kiwanis, Rotary & Lion Clubs, Welch, W.Va., June 20, 1961
120, Speech, Governor Barron Speech Youth Conservation Hearing, June 20, 1961
121, Press Release, Blind vendors, Randolph-Sheppard Act, June 20, 1961
122, Press, Rotary, Lions & Kiwanis Clubs, Welch, Commemorating 98th Anniversary of W.Va., June 20, 1961
123, Speech, Blind Service Award – Handicapped, Washington, D.C., June 21, 1961
124, Press Release, Service Award, Handicapped, Washington, D.C., June 21, 1961
125, Press Release, Recreation Resource Development, Allegheny Parkway, June 22, 1961
126, Statement, Water Conservation and Pollution Control, June 22, 1961
127, Press Release, Water Conservation and Pollution Control, June 22, 1961
128, Statement, Youth Conservation Act, June 22, 1961
129, Speech, Introduction of Admiral Felix B. Stump, W.Va. Society, Washington, D.C., June 23, 1961
130, Press Release, Youth Corps Manpower and Employment Commission, June 23, 1961
131, Tape for T.V., Employment and Retaining Program, June 24, 1961
132, Press Release, Amendments to Social Security Act, June 26, 1961
133, Statement, “Emergency Employment Acceleration Act of 1961, June 27, 1961
134, Statement, W.Va. Legislature Resolution No. 2, regarding Tariff Report, Glass Industry, Imports, June 29, 1961
135, Statement, Federal Aid to Public Schools, New York Times and Powell Article, June 29, 1961
136, Triumph and Tragedy by Frederick Taylor Wilson, June 29, 1961
137, Statement, “Coal by Wire,” Power Company Research, Placed in Record, July 14, 1961
138, Statement, Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act of 1961, July 12, 1961
139, Press Release, Aid to Education, Public and Private Schools, July 14, 1961
140, Statement, Aid to Education, Private and Public Schools, Editorial Gazette, News-Tribune, July 14, 1961
141, Statement, National Fuels Policy, Editorial Utah paper Desert News, July 14, 1961
142, Statement, Governing dependent Territories, July 17, 1961
143, Statement, Atomic Energy, Hanford, Washington, July 18, 1961
144, Statement, Synthetic Liquid Fuels Act, Coal Research, Atomic Energy, July 18, 1961
145, Statement, Aged, Health Care Plan, Editorial, Charleston Gazette, July 18, 1961
146, Press Release, Amendment for Atomic Energy Commission, Coal Research, July 18, 1961
147, Press Release, Depletion allowance, coal and metal mines, July 19, 1961
148, Statement, Mary Abbot, Gazette lauds Senator Mike Mansfield, July 20, 1961
149, Statement, Aid to Education, Thurmond Randolph Debate, for Appendix American Forum Debate, July 20, 1961
150, Press Release, Flash Flood, Charleston, W.Va., July 20, 1961
151, Statement, regarding Hanford nuclear reactor, Atomic Energy Commission, July 24, 1961
152, Press Release, July 25, 1961, regarding imports foreign oils: Joint Release, Byrd and Randolph, July 25, 1961
153, Statement, regarding Foreign Affairs, address by President, July 27, 1961
154, Statement, New York World-Telegram and Sun articles for Appendix regarding “The Spoilers,” etc., July 27, 1961
155, Statement, Manpower Development and Retaining Act, Philadelphia Inquirer Praises Senator Clark, July 31, 1961
156, Statement, Sam E. Mallison speech to Exchange Club of Charleston for Appendix, July 31, 1961
157, Statement, Stuart G. Tipton, comments Airlines, for Appendix, July 31, 1961
158, Statement and Press Release, Social Security to provide medical care for aged, August 2, 1961
159, Article for World Affairs Magazine, “Disarmament,” Fall, 1961
160, Press Release, by Senator Moss, regarding oil imports, July 27, 1961
161, Press Release, Electronics Division in Martinsburg, July 28, 1961
162, Statement, Carpenters and Joiners endorse Kennedy in Berlin crisis, Appendix, August 3, 1961
163, Statement, “Six Layman” Ideal Brotherhood, Charleston, W.Va., Appendix, August 4, 1961
164, Statement, Atomic Energy, Hanford Plant, Answer to Arch Moore, Editorials attached, August 7, 1961


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165, Hanford and Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) Research
166, Statement, Production and Stabilization Subcommittee, S. 1212, August 8, 1961
167, Press Release, regarding Atomic Energy Commission, Hanford Republican Party Remarks, August 8, 1961
168, Statement and Press Release, regarding George Titler Remarks, AEC, August 9, 1961
169, Statement and Press Release, regarding Miles Stanley Letter, Hanford Reactor, AEC, August 11, 1961
170, Press Release/Statement, regarding Imports of Residual Oil, August 12, 1961
171, Press Release, Government and Aging, Public Hearings, August 15, 1961
172, Speech, Father-Son Banquet, Amherst, Massachussets, 7th Day Baptist Church, August 18, 1961
173, Press Release/Statement, National Aviation Day, August 18, 1961
174, Press Release and Letter to Steven F. Dunn and Thomas Kennedy, regarding Hanford Project, August 16, 1961
175, Press Release and Letter to George H. Love, regarding Hanford Project
176, Press Release and Letter to Michael F. Widman, Jr., regarding Hanford Project
177, Press Release and Note to Editors from JR regarding Hanford Project, August 19, 1961
178, Press Release, regarding Letters Mailed by JR, Hanford Project, August 22, 1961
179, Introduction of Stewart L. Udall, White Sulphur Springs, July 27, 1961
180, Statement, Peace Corps Act, S. 2000, August 21, 1961
181, Statement, Manpower Bill, Training for Youth in Public Service Jobs, August 22, 1961
182, Statement, Aging, Problems of Senior Citizens, August 23, 1961
183, Statement, regarding Newsday Article, Denunciation of Udall/Soviet Oil Threat, August 23, 1961
184, Press Release, regarding Coal and Coke Purchase Order from American Mines, by John F. Kennedy, August 25, 1961
185, Coal News, National Coal Association, August 25, 1961
186, The Anvil, from The Congressional Record, August 7, 1961
187, Statement, Small Business, Answer to Proxmire, August 31, 1961
188, For Appendix, Corn Tassel, Comments on Corn, by Margo Cairns, September 1, 1961
189, Speech, Businessman in Public Life, Ice Cream Manufacturing of New York, Saranac Inn, New York, September 6, 1961
190, Statement, Disarmament Agency for World Peace and Security, September 8, 1961
191, Press Release, Disarmament Agency for World Peace and Security, September 8, 1961
192, Statement, Federal Aid to Education, Impacted Areas, September 11, 1961
193, Letter, JR to Bob Kerr, September 11, 1961
194, Press Release, regarding Clarksburg Office, United States Department of Labor, September 12, 1961
195, Statement, Apprenticeship Figures for Appendix, September 15, 1961
196, Statement, Blackwater Falls State Park, Washington Star Article, September 15, 1961
197, Introduction of Honorable James E. Webb, Blackwater Falls, September 18, 1961
198, Statement/Speech, Damage to Domestic Fuels by Imports of Foreign Residual Oil, September 20, 1961
199, Press Release, Damage to Domestic Fuels by Imports of Foreign Residual Oil, September 20, 1961
200, Statement, Voting Age for Qualified Voters, District of Columbia, September 19, 1961
201, Joint Press Release, JR and RCB, regarding Coal Research, AEC, September 18, 1961
202, Statement/Appendix, State Park Family Vacation, September 20, 1961
203, Press Release, regarding Newsweek Article, Samuel Shaffer, West Virginia State Parks, September 23, 1961
204, Press Release, National Fuels Study, September 23, 1961
205, Speech, “Electric World Conference,” Washington, September 25, 1961
206, Speech, “The Role of Government in Education,” Minneapolis, September 28, 1961
207, Dedication, Fairmont Aluminum Company, September 30, 1961
208, Joint Press Release, JR and RCB, Coal Research, Atomic Energy Commission, September 27, 1961
209, Statement/Appendix, United States Forest Service, Ted Fearnow, Rotary Club, Elkins, September 25, 1961
209A, Dedication, Engineering Science Building, West Virginia University, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, October 6, 1961
210, Press Release, regarding M-14 Rifle Contract Awarded, October 4, 1961
211, Introduction of Stewart Udall, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Charleston, October 12, 1961
212, Voting Record, 1st Session, 87th Congress
213, Press Release, regarding M-14 Rifle Program, October 10, 1961
214, Dedication, Courthouse and Post Office, Charleston, October 12, 1961
215, Dedication, Post Office and Federal Building, Martinsburg, October 18, 1961
216, Introduction, Dr. Yi-Seng Kiang, United Nations Day Banquet, Martinsburg, October 18, 1961
217, Speech, Credit Union Day, Miami Valley Chapter, Dayton, Ohio, October 19, 1961
218, Speech, Outdoor Advertising Association of America, Hollywood-by-the-Sea, Florida, October 23, 1961
219, Speech, Committee on Aging, Los Angeles, October 25, 1961
220, Speech, Committee on Aging, Las Vegas, October 25, 1961
221, Speech, Colorado Education Association, Grand Junction, Colorado, October 26, 1961
222, Introduction of C. Donald Robertson, West Virginia Attorney General, Charleston, October 12, 1961
223, Press Release, dedication of computer center, Martinsburg, October 26, 1961
224, Press Release, education speech, Grand Junction, Colorado, October 26, 1961
225, Statement, National Defense Education Act of 1961, S. 2345
226, Speech, “the Citizen and Foreign Affairs,” Salem College, October 31, 1961
227, Speech, Loyal Order of Moose, Parkersburg, October 30, 1961
228, Press Release, highway system mileage approval for West Virginia, November 4, 1961
229, Introduction, Herr Wilhelm S. Grewe, Republic of Germany, Charleston, November 9, 1961
230, Dedication, Internal Revenue Computer Center, Martinsburg, November 6, 1961


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231, Speech, Air Traffic Control Association, Miami, November 1, 1961
232, Press Release, activities for week, November 8, 1961
233, Dedication, Social Security Federal Building, Parkersburg, November 10, 1961
234, Press Release, dedication of Social Security quarters, Parkersburg, November 10, 1961
235, Introduction of JR, by Governor W. W. Barron, Bluefield, November 12, 1961
236, Speech, American Education Week, Bluefield State College, Bluefield, November 12, 1961
237, Press Release, American Education Week, Bluefield State College, Bluefield, November 12, 1961
238, Press Release, Veterans Administration deactivation of Parkersburg and Bluefield offices, November 15, 1961
239, Press Release, Federal Aviation Administration, regarding deactivation of Charleston office, November 16, 1961
240, Press Release, federal agency for business contacts, Commerce Department Building, November 16, 1961
241, Press Release, small business loans, Small Business Administration Development Company loan program, November 17, 1961
242, Speech, Savings and Loan League, Salt Lake City, Utah, November 27, 1961
243, Letter to editor of Saturday Evening Post, regarding residual oil imports, November 21, 1961
244, Speech, American Heritage Seminar, John Brown University, Siloam Springs, Arkansas, November 25, 1961
245, Speech, “the Dynamic Decade Ahead,” New York Building Employers Association, Syracuse, New York, November 29, 1961
246, Speech, West Virginia federal aid to education and separation of church and state, West Virginia State College, Institute, December 8, 1961
247, Speech, Bonds for Israel, Albany Park Synagogue, Chicago, December 10, 1961
248, Speech, Freedom’s Testing Time, United Nations, Charleston, December 8, 1961
248A, Press Release, regarding visit to Fort Meade, December 18, 1961
249, Article by JR, “Aviation – A Better Way of Life,” National Aeronautics Magazine, December 1961
250, Press Release, Watson Electronics and Engineering Company, Inc., Martinsburg, W.Va., January 9, 1962
250, Appendix, Electronics, Charleston Gazette, regarding Medical Care Program, January 15, 1962
251, For Appendix, J. Edgar Hoover Speech, The Criss Award, Washington, D.C., January 11, 1962
252, For Appendix, Dedication Computer Center, Martinsburg, W.Va., November 6, 1961
253, Statement, Death of John D. Hoblitzell, Jr., Tribute, January 11, 1962
254, Appendix, Speech by Senator Randolph, University Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, January 11, 1962
255, Appendix, Dedication, Federal Building in Charelston, W.Va., January 15, 1962
257, Appendix, Ira H. Abott Remarks, dedication, W.Va., University Science Building, October 6, 1961, January 15, 1962
“The Citizen and Foreign Affairs”
259, Appendix, Liatis, Alexis S. Ambassador of Greece, Phil Conley, etc., January 16, 1962
259a, Article, by Senator for Air Purchasing and Traffic Magazine, regarding Air-Freight,
260, Press Release, Trade Adjustment Act of 1962, Bill #2663, January 16, 1962
261, Press Release, Melpar plant for Fairmont, W.Va., January 19, 1962
Programs, Miscellaneous, 1962
262, Appendix, Fairmont Aluminum Company, Dedication last September 30, 1961 January 17, 1962
263, Appendix, U.S. Post Office and Federal Building, dedication, Martinsburg, W.Va., last October 18, 1961
264, Introduction, Secretary Golberg, Morgantown, W.Va., January 18, 1962
265, Appendix, Introduction, Dr. Yi-seng Kiang, Martinsburg, W.Va., January 23, 1962
266, Appendix, American Affairs Forum at W.Va. State College, Institute, W.Va. “Aid To Education and separation of Church and State,” January 23, 1962
267, Appendix, Anniversary Birth, January 23, 1962
268, Speech, Federal Water Resources Planning and River Basin Management, Washington, D. C., January 25, 1962
269, Press Release, Resolution by Public Works Commission regarding Industry Appraisal, etc., January 24, 1962
For RECORD, January 1962
270, Press Release, Army Chemical Contract, Oak Hill, W.Va., New Kanawha Corporation, January 24, 1962
271, Introduction, Justice Clark, White House Conference, Children and Youth, Charleston, W.Va., January 26, 1962
272, Appendix, Secretary Goldberg in Morgantown, W.Va., January 25, 1962
273, Appendix, Henry W. Morrow, Editorial Spirit of Jefferson Advocate, Charles Town, W.Va., January 25, 1962
274, Appendix, Ground Breaking Ceremonies for Benedum Student Union, David D. Johnson, Vice President, Elkins, W.Va., January 25, 1962
275, Statement, Deepening of Norfolk Channel subcommittee Rivers, Harbors and flood control, Public Works Commission, January 29, 1962
Hearing on Proposed Deepening of Norfolk Channel – EXTRA COPIES, January 29, 1962
276, Appendix, Wilhelm G. Grewe, Germany Ambassador, Remarks, Charleston, W.Va., January 19, 1962
277, Appendix, President Macapagal, Phillippine Republic, Article by Diosado M. Yap, January 29, 1962
278, Appendix, Editorial, Charleston Gazette, “Victory of Democracy Won’t Be Quick, Easy,” January 30, 1962
279, Appendix, John Brown University Speech, by Senator “Faith and Freedom,” January 31, 1962


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280, Statement, Residual Oil, Imports, Quota’s, regarding Keating announcement, etc., February 7, 1962
281, Press Release, regarding Residual Oil, Imports, Quota’s and Keating Announcement, February 7, 1962
282, Appendix, Little White House Conference, Charleston, W.Va., Justice Clark and Governor Barron Speak, February 5, 1962
283, Record, Airline Industry, Article by Stuart G. Tipton, February 6, 1962
284, Record, Juvenile delinquency and crime, Article by Bernard Gavzer, February 6, 1962
285, Speech, Traffic Club, Baltimore, Maryland, Maryland Motor Truck Association, Inc., February 13, 196
Extra copies of speech, Baltimore Traffic Club, Baltimore, Maryland, 1962
286, From Congressional Record, Aid to Education, 1962
287, Congressional Record, Residual Oil Import Controls, February 7, 1962 288, Introduction, Erle Cocke, Jr., February 14, 1962
289, Press Release, Baltimore Traffic Club, regarding Transportation progress, February 13, 1962
290, Press Release, regarding area Redevelopment Program, forest, highway, development, etc., February 16, 1962
291, Appendix, Youth Conservation Corps., Article by Richard Shelton Endorsed by National Association, County Officials
292, Appendix, Voice Democracy Contest, Winner, Phyllis J. MacVicar, VFW Annual Dinner, Washington, D. C., February 19, 1962
293, Congressional Record, Tribute to Senator Carl Hayden by Senatory Randolph, February 19, 1962
294, Appendix, Potomac River Basin, Speech by Senator, Interstate Commission, February 20, 1962
295. Speech, Washington’s Farewell Address, in Senate by Senator Randolph, February 22, 1962
295a, Press Release, Washington’s Farewell Address in Senate.
296, Speech, VFW Speech at Moundsville, W.Va., “The Fight for Freedom,” February 24, 1962
297, Appendix, Carl Shipley, Speech on National Unity, March 1, 1962
298, Appendix, Restraining Program, Article by Dick Leonard in Charleston Gazette, March 1, 1962
299, Appendix, U.S. Navy Supply Corps, Statement by Captain James Corric, March 1, 1962
300, Speech, American Road Builders Association, San Francisco, CA, March 7, 1962
301, Speech, Beaumont, Texas Intercollegiate Student Association, March 5, 1962
302, Press Release, Virginia Electric and Power Company, Stony Rier generating plant facility, March 8, 1962
303, Appendix, Lockheed-Georgia Company, speech by President W.A. Pulver, March 8, 1962
304, Appendix, Editorial, Charleston Gazette regarding unemployment, March 8, 1962
305, Press Release, Residual Oil, Imports
306, Press Release, Glass and Allied Industries Imports, March 10, 1962
307, Press Release, Glass Imports, Tariff increase for Weekly and Daily Papers, etc. March 14, 1962
308, Press Release, Manpower Development and Training Act, Randolph-Clark Bill, March 14, 1962
309, Appendix, Daily Mail Article, regarding Manpower Unit, March 14, 1962
311, Statement, Dr. Irvin Stewart, Nomination Assistant Director, Office Emergency Planning, March 20, 1962
312, Speech, “Government, Industry and the Public Welfare,” Fort Lauderdale, Florida, March 21, 1962
313, Civil Service League, Career Awards Dinner, Senator Jackson, speaker, “Environment of Excellence,” Placed in the Appendix by Senator Randolph
314, Press Release, Letter to President Kennedy regarding residual oil quotas, March 23, 1962
315, Press Release, Postal rate bill HR 7927, Post Office and Civil Service Committee, Memo to W.Va. Newspaper Editors and Publishers, March 23, 1962
316, Appendix, Richard Earle Davis, Poem American Legion Anniversary, March 27, 1962
317, Appendix, Peace Corps, Article by Richard L. Lyons, Washington Post Writer, March 27, 1962
318, Appendix, John L. Lewis succeeds George H. Love, as Coal Policy Conference Board Chairman, Edward A. McDermott, Emergency Planning Director Delivers Address, March 28, 1962
319, Letter, Mr. Carroll E. Miller and answer from the Senator regarding coal-by-pipeline Legislation and Senators letter to President Kennedy, March 30, 1962
Extra Copies, Carroll Miller Letter and Senator’s answer, 1962
325, Appendix, Behringer, Harriette Rhawn, article regarding studying and teaching brotherhood, April 10, 1962
326, Tape, Young Democratic Clubs, membership campaign, Charleston, April 11, 1962
327, Appendix, Washington Seminar, Charles S. Rhyne, speaker, April 11, 1962
328, Statement, labor management improve for industry, April 11, 1962
329, Statement, National Fuels and Energy Study, Senate Resolution 105, April 12, 1962
330, Appendix, Vice President Lyndon Johnson, regarding space program, April 12, 1962
331, Statement, National Fuels and Energy Study, comments by UMWA, April 12, 1962
332, Press Release, Democratic Women’s Workshop, Elkins, April 14, 1962
333, Speech, Democratic Luncheon, Burlington Hotel, Washington, April 15, 1962
334, Introduction, Sargent Shriver, Peace Corps Director, Charleston, April 25, 1962
335, Introduction, Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman, Elkins, April 19, 1962
336, Appendix, Southeastern University utilizes trimester plan, article in Washington Post, James F. Bunting, Secretary of the YMCA, April 19, 1962
337, Appendix, Easter Season, Rededication by Rev. Leon M. Maltby, April 19, 1962
338, Meeting, Inter-Parliamentary Union, Political and Disarmament Committee, Rome, Italy, April 20, 1962
339, Speech, regarding education funds, Women’s Auxiliary to the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Washington, April 17, 1962
340, Press Release, North American Aviation Plant, Princeton, April 26, 1962
341, JR trip, Inter-Parliamentary Union, Rome Italy, April 30, 1962
342, Speech, “Education and the Pursuit of Excellence,” Merit Scholarship Awards, Chamber of Commerce Dinner, Charleston, May 3, 1962
343, Introduction and Remarks, Voit Gilmore at Travel Clinic, Blackwater Falls, May 10, 1962
344, Press Release, regarding Allegheny Parkway, Tourism Travel Clinic, Blackwater Falls, May 10, 1962
345, Press Release, regarding coal slurry pipeline, May 5, 1962
346, Letter to President John F. Kennedy regarding coal/railroads/transportation, May 7, 1962
347, Youth, accomplishments in art, music, science, etc.
348, Press Release, Federal Property and Administrative Services Act, JR/Gruening/Bartlett, May 8, 1962
349, Introduction, Stuart Symington, Lions Convention, Charleston, May 11, 1962
350, Press Release, small business, economic and political freedom, May 7, 1962
351, Statement, Allegheny Parkway, in support of S. 1798, Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, May 10, 1962


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352, Speech, Personnel in Employment Security Convention, Bluefield, May 11, 1962
352A, extra copies of Bluefield speech, May 11, 1962
353, Speech, New Jersey Truckers Association Convention, Atlantic City, New Jersey, May 12, 1962
354, Appendix, Dr. Frederick Taylor Wilson speech, Greenbrier College, May 10, 1962
355, Appendix, regarding radio broadcasting, John P. Carr, Elkins, May 9, 1962
356, Press Release Aid for Higher Education, House and Senate version, Conference Committee, May 14, 1962
357, Press Release, regarding Public Works Committee regarding Employment, Public Works Program, Acceleration Act, May 14, 1962
358, Speech, Nursing Homes, 13th Annual Convention of the Massachussets Federation of Nursing Homes, May 15, 1962
359, Appendix, Lions Club address by Senator Stuart Symington, Charleston, May 14, 1962
360, Appendix, YMCA Seminar, Washington, May 14, 1962
361, Statement, regarding Saltlick Creek Watershed Project, Flood Protection Plans, May 15, 1962
362, Speech, “Government, Industry and the Public Welfare,” West Virginia Master Plumbers Association, Beckley, May 19, 1962
363, Speech, Aviation/Space Writers Association, San Francisco, May 21, 1962
364, Statement, Public Works Committee Hearing on Davis-Bacon Act Amendments, May 17, 1962
365, Appendix, Article, “This is America,” by James T. Jenkins, Jr., Road Builder Magazine, May 17, 1962
366, Speech, “The Role of the Businessman-Farmer in Public Affairs, Holstein-Friesian Association, Roanoke, June 6, 1962
367, Speech, “Government – Industry – Commerce and the Public Welfare,” California Bankers Association, San Francisco, May 22, 1962
368, Press Release, Letter to President Kennedy regarding residual oil quota impact on coal, May 24, 1962
369, Speech, Marjorie Webster Junior College, Commencement Address, Washington, May 26, 1962
370, Speech, Civil War Centennial Commemoration, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, May 27, 1962
371, Statement, Public Works Acceleration Bill, S. 2965, May 28, 1962
372, Press Release, Public Works Acceleration Bill, S. 2965, May 28, 1962
373, Appendix, Bronze Star awarded to William P. Pittenger, St. Albans, May 25, 1962
374, Speech, President’s Birthday Fund-Raising Dinner, Providence, Rhode Island, May 29, 1962
375, Appendix, The Rule of Law, Rabbi Samuel Volkman, Law Day Celebration, Charleston
376, Speech, “Aid to Education,” Institute of Technology, Montgomery, June 2, 1962
377, Introduction, Senator Robert S. Kerr, Salem College Commencement, Salem, June 8, 1962
378, Introduction, Over 80 Party, Richwood, June 9, 1962
379, Speech, “Education and the Pursuit of Happiness,” Hedgesville High School Commencement, June 11, 1962
380, Fathers and Sons, by JR, Parents Magazine, June 1962
381, Article by JR, Sabbath Recorder, February 1962
382, Statement, Small Business Administration (SBA), Banking and Currency Committee, S. 2970, June 14, 1962
383, Appendix, Phil Conley articles on West Virginia/Harry S. Truman to speak at 99th birthday celebration, June 14, 1962
384, Speech, Wisconsin Bankers Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 19, 1962
385, Introduction, Harry S. Truman, 99th anniversary of West Virginia, Charleston, June 20, 1962
386, Introduction, Dr. George B. Galloway, YMCA Youth Governors Conference, Washington, June 25, 1962
387, Speech, Air Force Reserve Recovery Squadron, Tri-State Airport, Ceredo, June 23, 1962
388, Statement, Public Works Committee hearing regarding coal industry, Washington, June 25, 1962
389, Statement to amend the Randolph-Sheppard Act, June 26, 1962
389A, Speech, “Freedom’s Testing Time,” Crossroads Sunday Breakfast, June 17, 1962
390, Speech, Testimonial for Robert C. Simmons, Crime Commission, Statler Hotel, Washington, June 27, 1962
391, Press Release, Small Business Hearing, Robert E. Witschey, Public Accountant, June 27, 1962
392, Appendix, Paul W. Reeves, regarding Philippine War Damage Claims, June 27, 1962
392A, Appendix, Land Grant Colleges, Morrill Act, July 29, 1962
393, Speech, National Association of Postmasters, Wheeling, F. Alvin Webb, June 30, 1962
394, Letter to W. Thompson, Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Crime, June 28, 1962
395, Statement, Logan Women’s Club, Wins Award of $10,000, June 29, 1962
396, Press Release, regarding Morgantown Ordnance Disposal, June 29, 1962
397, Press Release, regarding reduction of Income Tax Rates, July 3, 1962
398, Appendix, Article by W. Clement Stone, “The American Businessman,” July 3, 1962
399, Article for the Sabbath Recorder, “Responsibility of the Individual,” by JR, July 3, 1962
400, Appendix, Article, “Know Your State,” by Phil Conley, July 3, 1962


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401, Appendix, “Government vs. Business,” speech by John Horne, Small Business Administrator, July 5, 1962
402, Press Release, Old Age Assistance Program, amendment, July 9, 1962
403, Press Release, coal, predict more purchase for European facilities, July 11, 1962
404, Speech, “Why I Am A Democrat,” Chain of Lakes, Kendallville, Indiana, July 15, 1962
405, Press Release, regarding aid to dependent children, Public Works projects, July 10, 1962
406, Appendix, article by Phil Conley, “Know Your State,” July 13, 1962
407, Speech, groundbreaking ceremonies, Morgantown Airport, July 14, 1962
408, Speech, regarding welfare amendments, Medicare, ADCU, July 17, 1962
408A, Copies of Medicare statement in Senate/Drew Pearson article/Gazette article
409, Appendix, groundbreaking ceremonies, Morgantown Airport, July 20, 1962
410, Press Release, aid to dependent children/welfare program/Medicare vote, July 21, 1962
411, Speech, regarding Drew Pearson, column about JR and Medicare vote, July 23, 1962
412, Speech, Harpers Ferry National Monument legislation to change name to Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, July 24, 1962
413, Speech, National Junior Bowling Championships, Washington, July 24, 1962
414, Remarks for television program, regarding vote on Medicare
415, Eulogy, Senator Francis Case, July 25, 1962
416, Statement, regarding Drew Pearson column/Gazette editorials, July 25, 1962
417, Appendix, bowling championships, remarks by JR, July 25, 1962
418, Press Release, Boys Nation Delegates, Noel Eyster and William Meck, July 26, 1962
419, Appendix, public welfare amendments, August 1, 1962
420, Appendix, Sam Mallison article, “Dinners,” August 1, 1962
421, Press Release, regarding Medicare vote and welfare amendments, August 1, 1962
422, Press Release, Food Stamp plan being expanded, July 2, 1962
423, Appendix, historians rate American presidents, by Arthur Schlesinger, August 2, 1962
424, Appendix, article by Allen Smythe regarding foreign procurement ban, August 2, 1962
425, Speech, Peace Corps Training Group, Washington, August 6, 1962
426, Speech, National Rural Letter Carriers Association, Los Angeles, August 9, 1962
427, Appendix, Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson has Morgantown glassware, August 10, 1962
428, Appendix, articles by Phil Conley, “Know Your State,” August 10, 1962
429, Press Release, Public Works Committee, regarding highway through Monongahela National Forest near Richwood, August 8, 1962
430, Press Release, regarding cloture petition to bring debate to halt regarding satellite bill, August 12, 1962
431, Statement, regarding Trade Expansion Act, August 15, 1962
432, Press Release, regarding coal research, highway building materials, etc., August 16, 1962
433, Press Release, regarding coal research, Project Gasoline, Morgantown Ordnance Works, August 17, 1962
434, Resolution to convey on Sir Winston Churchill honorary citizenship, August 16, 1962
435, Appendix, Communist Youth Campaign, by J. Edgar Hoover, August 16, 1962
436, Press Release, satellite system to use Sugar Grove facility, Telstar Project, August 17, 1962
437, Press Release, JR reappointed to President’s Committee on Employment of the Handicapped for another three years, August 17, 1962
438, Appendix, Communication Satellite Bill, article in Baltimore Evening Sun regarding Telstar, August 21, 1962
439, Appendix, regarding imports residual oil and article in Washington Post, Coal Policy Conference, August 21, 1962
440, Statement, Monongahela National Forest, amendment to authorize appropriations for scenic road, August 21, 1962
441, Press Release, sale of Morgantown Ordnance Works to Morgantown Community Association, August 21, 1962
442, Appendix, handicapped persons returned to productive employment, August 23, 1962
443, Appendix, Senator Joseph S. Clark honored by Mayor’s Commission on Human Relations, Charleston, August 23, 1962
444, Statement, Public Works Committee, flood control, rivers and harbors, August 24, 1962
445, Appendix, Senator Thomas J. Dodd, address meeting of Religious Heritage of America Pilgrimage, August 24, 1962
446, Appendix, Thomas F. Stafford, article in Charleston Gazette regarding agricultural growth, August 27, 1962
447, Press Release, regarding Monongahela National Forest, Public Works Committee amendment, August 28, 1962
448, Speech, Newspaper Publishers Association, White Sulphur Springs, September 3, 1962
449, Press Release, regarding Guyandotte Basin report, flood control, Public Works Committee, August 30, 1962
450, Speech on communism by Senator Claiborne Pell
451, Religion, Speeches by Senator Strom Thurmond, 1962
452, Statement and Press Release, regarding United States disarmament and test ban proposals, September 7, 1962
453, Press Release, Centennial Medals, Industrial Park below airport, Kanawha County, September 7, 1962
454, Press Release, Public Works Acceleration Act, September 10, 1962
455, Appendix, Phil Conley articles, “Know Your State, September 10, 1962
456, Speech, Dedication Ceremonies, Barron National Guard Armory, Elkins, September 14, 1962
457, Statement, regarding Washington transportation system, September 13, 1962
458, Press Release, Public Works Program signed by President John F. Kennedy, JR received pen, September 13, 1962
459, Press Release, Guyandotte River Basin, flood control, Justice Reservoir, September 14, 1962
460, Statement, Depletion Allowance, September 5, 1962
461, Statement, Truth in Lending legislation, editorial by Charleston Gazette, August 28, 1962
462, Appendix, Salem College president writes letter to faculty members as college year begins, September 17, 1962
463, Speech, United States Senate, regarding air transportation/aviation, Trade Expansion Act of 1962, September 19, 1962
464, Statement, National Fisheries Center and Aquarium, Washington, September 19, 1962


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466, Statement/Dedication Speech by JR, regarding Barron Armory, Elkins, September 21, 1962
467, Speech draft on test ban and disarmament
468, Appendix, article, “Personal View,” by Wayne W. Parrish, Airlift Magazine, September 25, 1962
469, Statement, Post Office and Civil Service Committee, regarding screening mail, September 26, 1962
470, Press Release, imports of residual oil, Trade Expansion Act, September 26, 1962
471, Statement, regarding screening of mail, Post Office and Civil Service Bill, HR 7927, September 27, 1962
472, Appendix, Pugwashn Conference on Science and World Affairs, Cyrus S. Eaton, founder, September 29, 1962
473, Appendix, statistics on employment and unemployment, Frank C. Porter, Washington Post, October 2, 1962
474, Speech, Boy Scouts, Welch, October 15, 1962
475, Appendix, Cyrus Eaton, advocate of peace, October 5, 1962
476, Appendix, tribute to Senate Clark, regarding communist political propaganda, October 8, 1962
477, Appendix, editorial, article by Fred M. Hechinger, October 1, 1962 478, Speech, Businessman and His Government, Los Angeles Chapter of American Savings and Loan Institute, Los Angeles, October 23, 1962
479, Speech, “Change and Challenge in Education,” Montana Education Association, October 25, 1962
480, Appendix, New Outlook for Education, article by Eric Johnston, president of the Motion Picture Association, Marshall University, Huntington, October 8, 1962
481, Appendix, employment of the handicapped, October 8, 1962
482, Speech, “the Businessman and His Government,” National Association Independent Insurers, Detroit, Michigan, October 31, 1962
483, Memo to President John F. Kennedy, regarding residual fuel oil, October 19, 1962
484, West Virginia Association of Retail Grocers, Parkersburg, October 14, 1962
485, Oceana Women’s Club, Oceana, October 16, 1962
486, Speech, Oil and Gas Association of Michigan, Lansing, Michigan, October 31, 1962
487, Congressional Record, Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1962, October 4, 1962
488, Article by JR for data publications, regarding army aviation, October 31, 1962
489, Introduction of Sidney W. Bishop, Postmaster General for Bureau Facilities, Democratic Women’s Club of Berkeley County, Martinsburg, November 5, 1962
489A, Speech, The Citizen and His Government, Rotary Club, Huntington, November 5, 1962
490, Television film, remarks by JR to promote March of Dimes Campaign, taped November 27, 1962
491, Introduction, Postmaster General J. Edward Day, dedication of Romney Post Office, November 3, 1962
492, Introduction of Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, Clarksburg, October 30, 1962
493, Dedication of Federal Building, Parkersburg, November 9, 1962
494, Press Release, regarding Monongahela Plant, VEPCO generating facility under construction, November 19, 1962
495, Press Release, contracts to Parkersburg and Wheeling, foreign contracts, November 15, 1962
496, Speech, Interline Sales Managers Conference, aviation, Paris, France, November 15, 1962
497, Article, Elkins Pilot’s Club, November 11, 1962
498, Speech, “The Student and World Affairs,” Morris Harvey College, Charleston, November 30, 1962
499, Speech, “Partnership for World Peace,” Spring Hill Lions Club, South Charleston, November 30, 1962
500, Speech, “Strengthening America and the Free World: The Fight for Freedom Continues,” Industrial Management, Hanover, Pennsylvania, December 1, 1962
501, Speech, dedication, Charleston office, Social Security Administration, December 11, 1962
502, Speech, West Virginia Petroleum Association, Martinsburg, December 12, 1962
503, Speech, “The Student and World Affairs,” Convocation Program, Salem College, December 17, 1962
504, Speech, Richard L. Neuberger Award to John Fischer of Harper’s Magazine, New York Society of Magazine Writers, New York, December 21, 1962
505, Sermon, Church of Divine Truth, Washington, December 23, 1962
506, Article by JR, regarding transportation and highway program in Washington, American Road Builder Magazine, December 1962
507, Magazine articles regarding Christmas, “The Hope of the Years,” from Success Unlimited, and “New Dimensions,” from The Rotarian 508, Magazine article by JR regarding political race, November 1962
508A, Voting record, 2nd Session, 87th Congress


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1, Speech, Emancipation Proclamation Centennial Anniversary, Charleston, W.Va., January 4, 1963
Favors and Programs, 1963
2, Press Release, Cloture and rules amendment, Senator opponent to filibustering tactics, January 4, 1963
3, Press Release, regarding favor for Tax Reduction by raising personal tax exemption, January 7, 1963
4, Press Release, Synopsis, Legislative Priorities and Position Statement by Jennings Randolph, January 7, 1963
5, Press Release, Legislative Priorities, January 8, 1963
6, Appendix, Neuberger Award, Magazine Writers Honors Editor of Harper’s Magazine, Mr. John Fisher, New York, New York, January 9, 1963
7, Appendix, Emancipation Proclamation Centennial Anniversary, Charleston, W.Va., January 9, 1963
8, T.V. Tape by Senator, “All America Wants To Know,” January 11, 1963
9, Press Release, regarding Public Works Committee appointments for Senator, January 17, 1963
10, Press Release, Appropriations for Dams – Locks and Reservoirs, Public Work Committee, January 17, 1963
11, Appendix, NATO meeting – Remarks of Secretary Colonna and article from Inter-Mountain by Senator, January 18, 1963
12, Speech, Richwood, W.Va., regarding Scenic Highway – Public Roads, January 19, 1963
13, Speech, Ruritan National Convention, Atlantic City, New Jersey, “The Flight for Freedom Continues,” January 21, 1963
14, Speech, Tennessee Road Builders Association, Knoxville, Tennessee, January 25, 1963
15, Appendix, regarding automotive, Gazette Editorial, January 24, 1963
16, Eulogy, Dennis Chaves, February 28, 1963
17, Eulogy, Robert S. Kerr
18, Press Release, regarding TV Program, “All America Wants To Know,” February 4, 1963
19, Appendix, Rex M. Whitton remarks regarding Highways, National Limestone Institute Convention, January 28, 1963
20, Press Release, Accelerated public works program, Public Works Committee, supplemental funds needed, February 4, 1963
21, Appendix, Postmaster General J. Edward Day Address to W.Va. Legislators, Charleston, W.Va., February 5, 1963
22, Senate Youth Program, Copies of Record of January 31, and pictures mailed to Millstone, February, 1963
23, Press Release, Coal Research, FMC Corporation’s Research and Development Center, Char Oil Energy Development, February 7, 1963
24, T.V. Program for, Howard K. Smith, “The Other America,” February 16, 1963
25, Appendix, Allegheny Power System o build Power generating unit near Morgantown, W.Va., announced by Don Potter, President of Monongahela Power Company to be called “Fort Martin Power Station,” February 7, 1963
26, Appendix, Article on Abraham Lincoln taken from The Rotarian, February 7, 1963
27, Expressing appreciation, gift for National Park, at Harper’s Ferry, W.Va., February 11, 1963
28, Telegram, to President Kennedy, regarding increase in import quota of Residual Oil, January 29, 1963
Extra copies Speech, American Road Builders, Chicago, Illinois, February 25, 1963
29, Letter to President Kennedy, regarding Import increase residual oil, letter signed by all Members of W.Va. delegation, February 8, 1963
30, Press Release, Imports of residual oil, OEP report to President Kennedy, February 14, 1963
31, T.V. Taped Birthday, Greetings to Station WHAW, Weston, W.Va., Jack Caldo, Manager, February 14, 1963
32, Speech, American Road Builders Association, Chicago, Illinois, February 25, 1963
33, Congressional Record, Reprint, regarding Anti-Poll-Tax Amendment, February 7, 196
34, Statement, regarding residual fuel oil imports, Office of Emergency Planning Report to President, etc., February 19, 1963
35, Speech, National Bituminous Concrete Association, regarding Public Roads, etc., Chicago, Illinois, February 20, 1963
36, Speech, Marshall University, “A New Clear Way in the Nuclear Day,” February 24, 1963
37, Press Release, regarding Grants and Loans under Public works accelerated works program, February 20, 1963
38, Residual oil imports problem, Public Works Committee hearings, February 29, 1963 39, Speech, West Virginia Wesleyan College, Buckhannon, W.Va. official openings of the Benedum Campus Community Center, March 1, 1963
40, Appendix, Policy on residual oil imports, Hurts Prospects for Coal, Article from Sunset News Observers, February 28, 1963
41, Appendix, American Road Builders Speech, Chicago, Illinois, February 28, 1963
42, Appendix, Broadcasters Association, February 28, 1963
43, Speech, General Contractors – Panel Discussion – New York Highway and Roads, March 4, 1963
44, Appendix, Fiftieth Anniversary of the United States Department of Labor, March 4, 1963
45, Letter to President Kennedy, in protest residual oil imports 2nd letter, February 28, 1963
46, Appendix, Bigger Boom Ahead for Air Taxi, Travel Magazine, March, 1963
47, Press Release, Messages to President Kennedy, Secretary Udall – Residual Oil Import/Health March 7, 1963
48, Press Release, Catholic University Public Affairs Forum, Washington, D.C., March 7, 1963
49, Appendix, Oil-Producing State-Art, by Charleston Gazette – Mike and Benedum mentioned, March 7, 1963
50, Appendix, Washington Post Article – Re: Senator Gruening, Adaption of “On the Road To Mandalay,” March 11, 1963
51, Article by Senator Randolph, for Charleston Gazette “West Virginia 100,” March 1963
52, Press Release, Re: Flood Damages, etc, Ohio Valley and Southern West Virginia, March 12, 1963
53, Press Release and Statement, by Senator Randolph Re: Residual Oil Imports – Estimate of Oil Control Order, March 12-13, 1963
53a, Letter, from Larry O’Brien – Re: Residual Oil
54, TV Tape, Message to West Virginia National School Safety Patrol, May 11, 1963
55, Speech, St. Patrick Speech at Pittston, Pennsylvania, March 16, 1963
56, Speech, Jefferson County Athletic Banquet, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, March 19, 1963
57, Appendix, Highway Research and Development Program – Remarks by D. Grant Mickle, March 19, 1963
58, Appendix, Frederick r. Kappel, Receives Silver Quill Award
59, Appendix, Letter to Washington Post, Editor, Re: Art “Skidding on Oil,” March 19, 1963
60, Speech, Wisconsin Road Builders, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 20, 1963
61, Confirmation of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. to be under Secretary of Commerce, March, 1963
62, Press Release, Emergency Loans for Farmers through Farmers Home Administration, March 26, 1963
63, Speech, Chamber of Commerce of Greater Lowell, Massachusetts, March 27, 1963
64, Press Release, National Park Service Training Center, Harpers Ferry, March 26, 1963
65, Press Release, Rex Whitton, Federal Highway Administrator to drive in West Virginia to become familiar with highway problems, March 26, 1963
66, Speech, “The Emancipated Will Be Free,” New Century of Freedom Youth Conference on Understanding, Camp Caesar, March 30, 1963
67, Residual Oil, five items clipped together
68, Appendix, Grafton Acclaimed as “All-American City”
69, Appendix, Rod Thorn named to academic all-star basketball team, April 1, 1963
70, Press Release, Approval of Six Federal Buildings for West Virginia, April 2, 1963
71, Memo for JR from Royce regarding Kefauver Resolution to Modify Rule XXXIII
72, Statement before Subcommittee on Veterans Affairs in Support of S. 5, Cold War Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act, April 9, 1963
73, Radio Script, Davis-Bacon Act Amendments
74, Press Release, regarding flood damage and flood control, Ohio River Basin, April 4, 1963
75, Statement, Congressional Record, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Washington, April 3, 1963
76, Press Release, Measure to Prohibit Importation of Flat Glass, March 29, 1963
77, Retirement Life Magazine, regarding letter received from JR, April 1963
79, West Virginia Society, son and daughter luncheon, May 25, 1963
80, Statement, Youth Employment Act of 1963, April 9, 1963
81, Appendix, Georgetown University holds congressional reception, April 10, 1963
82, Biographical sketch and introduction material, JR, April 1963
83, Speech, Fibre Box SPAssociation, White Sulphur Springs, April 18, 1963 (empty folder)
84, Letter to William J. Fox, Morgantown, regarding Merger Galis Electric and Ingersoll Rand Co.
85, Speech, Young Democratic Club, Annual Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, Akron, April 20, 1963
86, Progress Magazine, Article about JR, February 1863
87, Press Releases, New Advances in Gasification of Coal, April 18, 1963
88, Press Release, Memorandum to Accompany Release on Coal Gasification, April 18, 1963
89, Speech, Education Foundation, Inc., Charleston, April 25, 1963
90, Appendix, National 4-H Conference, Washington, April 23, 1963
91, Speech, Women’s Traffic Conference, Binghamton, NY, April 27, 1963
92, Hearings, Public Works Committee, Flood Damage and Flood Control in West Virginia, April 17, 1963
Extra Copies, Summary of United States Army Corps of Engineers Review Flood Damage, Control, etc. in West Virginia 93, Press Release: The Distinguished Service Award, to Senator Randolph from New York Commission for the Blind, April 30, 1963
94, Speech, Davis and Elkins College, Elkins, West Virginia, Dedication of New Building – Benedum Foundation, May 2, 1963
95, Letter to Mr. Sidney – E. Copley, Re: Flood Control Meeting in Williamson, Mingo County, April 27, 1963
97, Statement, Automation and Unemployment, April 30, 1963
98, Appendix, New York Times Art, Re: West Virginia Centennial Tourist Attractions and Industry, April 26, 1963
99, Industrial Sites, West Virginia, in area served by Monongahela Power Company, Catalog, No date
100, West Virginia Progress – Magazine, April, 1963
101, Press Release, Joint Committee on the Budget – Re: Legislative Reorganization Act – Federal Budget, May 2, 1963
102, Appendix, May 6, 1963, Polish Constitution Day, May 6, 1963
103, Statement, David Lilienthal Article on Atom’s Lecture at Princeton University, May 6, 1963
104, Speech, Pan American Highway Conference, Washington, D.C. – Inter American Highway, May 7, 1963
105, Speech, “Progress in Solving Public Welfare Problems,” Huntington, West Virginia, May 10, 1963
106, Appendix, Pan American Highway Congress, Seek International Road Building, May 8, 1963
107, Appendix, Advancement of Small Colleges, Washington Post Article, May 9, 1963
108, Press Release, By Telegram – Re: Public Works Committee Hearing on Appropriations, Flood/Control, May 9, 1963
109, Article in Record, Re: Handicapped and Awards, May 9, 1963
110, Remarks at Public Works, Committee to Delegates to the Ninth Pan American Highway Congress, May 13, 1963
111, Appendix, Miss Peachy and Honor Man Programs, West Virginia, Morgantown Area Schools Receive Scholarship, May 13, 1963
112, Statement, In Support of S. 1409 Equal Pay Act of 1963, May 19, 1963
113, Statement, Hearing on Manpower and Employment, Labor and Public Welfare, May 20, 1963
113a, Hearings, National Forest Lands Re: Access to National Forest, Government versus Private Lands, June 11, 1963
114, Speech, Weston Chamber of Commerce at Jacksons Mill Re: Floods, Flood Protection, etc., May 22, 1963
115, Appendix, Parade of Flags Salutes President and Congress Centennial Birthday, June 20, 1963
116, Appendix, Mast of Battleship U.S.S. West Virginia Dedicated at WVU, Morgantown, May 21, 1963
117, Appendix, Weirton, West Virginia, Weirtonian Lodge, Italian Sons and Daughters Centennial Banquet, May 23, 1963
118, Appendix, Womens Advertising Club of Washington, D.C., May 23, 1963
119, Presenting Daughter of the Year Award upon Mrs. Julia Davis, West Virginia Society of D.C., May 25, 1963
120, Statement, Re: Coal Research, Liquid Fuels and Gassification of Coal, H.R. 5279, April 27, 1963


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121, Introduction, Honorable R. Sargent Shriver, Director of Peace Corps, as Speaker, Salem College, May 28, 1963
122, Appendix, Employment of the Handicapped, Manpower Development and Training Act, Dr. John Walsh, May 27, 1963
123, Appendix, Weirton Steel Company Employees Publicatons Urges…”Freedom,” May 27, 1963
124, Press Release, Re: West Virginia Highland Scenic Highway Aerial Photography, Completed, May 31, 1963
125, Speech, Commencement, West Virginia College, Buckhannon, West Virginia, Challenge of Creative Education, June 2, 1963
126, Appendix, Salem College Commencement, Sergeant Shriver Speaker, June 4, 1963
127, Speech, National Wholesale Jewelers Association, Bal Harbour, Florida, June 6, 1963
128, Small Colleges Council for the Advancement of Small Colleges, January-April, 1963
129, Press Release, Water Pollution Control, Public Works Committee, June 10, 1963
130, Speech, New Jersey Automotive Wholesalers Conventions, Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 8, 1963
131, Statement, Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938, Federal Aviation Act, June 10, 1963
132, Appendix, Ford Times Art, Re: 100th Birthday of West Virginia, June 11, 1963
134, Speech, Orange County Democratic Dinner, Orlando, Florida, June 15, 1963
135, Speech, National Coal Association, Washington, D.C., June 17, 1963
136, Hearings, Manpower Development and Training Act Amendment, June 13, 1963
137, Speech, Florida Roadbuilders Association, Miami, June 15, 1963
138, Press Release, Reduction of Aid to Foreign Countries, June 15, 1963
139, Press Release, Water Pollution Control Legislation, Public Works Committee, June 17, 1963
140, Press Release, regarding Coal Research Appropriations, June 24, 1963
141, Statement, to introduce bill to complete highway bridge across Potomac River, June 19, 1963
142, Press Release, regarding six Federal Buildings in West Virginia, Accelerated Public Works Program, June 19, 1963
143, Speech, Religious Heritage Breakfast, Washington, June 21, 1963
144, Statement, 100th Anniversary of West Virginia, President Kennedy speaks, June 20, 1963
145, Press Release, Justice Reservoir, Guyandotte Basin, June 20, 1963
146, Speech, “A Broader Concept of National Security,” Veterans of Foreign Wars, Morgantown, June 22, 1963
147, Statement, Area Redevelopment Act of 1963, June 25, 1963
148, Press Release, Area Redevelopment Act passed by Senate, June 28, 1963
149, Appendix, YMCA Youth Governors Conference, Washington, June 26, 1963
150, Speech, “The Challenge of Productivity,” National League of Postmasters, Charleston, June 28, 1963
151, Press Release, Grants and Loans, Recreation Projects, Bluestone, Twin Falls, Hawks Nest, Blackwater Falls, June 26, 1963
152, Appendix, Glassblowers Industry, July 2, 1963
153, Appendix, Colonel Paul G. Benedum, Commencement Speaker, Alderson Broaddus College, Philippi, July 2, 1963
154, Speech, National Convention of National Federation of the Blind, Philadelphia, July 5, 1963
155, Press Release, Guyandotte River Flooding, Justice Dam and Reservoir, July 8, 1963
156, Appendix, “The New Breed of Coal Miner,” article from Pittsburgh Press regarding automation and cybernation, July 9, 1963
157, Speech, “The Businessman and His Government,” Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, July 11, 1963
158, JR attended Centennial Parade, Weirton, July 4, 1963
159, United States flag which had been flown over Capitol presented to Charles Town Race Course, July 4, 1963
160, Appendix, Centennial Stamp of West Virginia, July 15, 1963
161, Press Release, Federal Grants, 23 Projects, July 16, 1963
162, Speech, Suffolk County Democratic Fund Raising Dinner, Patchogue, NY, July 20, 1963
163, Press Release, Manpower Development and Training Act, July 18, 1963
164, Press Release, Grants to West Virginia, 17 Projects, Accelerated Public Works, July 19, 1963
165, Speech, National Youth Bowling Championships Luncheon, Washington, July 23, 1963
166, Press Release, regarding creation of a National Commission on Automation, July 23, 1963
167, Speech, Senate Breakfast Group, United States Capitol, Washington, July 24, 1963
168, Statement, regarding National Commission on Automation, July 25, 1963
169, Press Release, by telephone to radio stations, regarding railroad strike, July 25, 1963
170, Speech, National Association Postmasters of United States Convention, Huntington, July 27, 1963
171, Speech, before Washington Institute for Scientific Studies of the Prevention of Alcoholism, July 31, 1963
172, Speech, United Federation of Postal Clerks, Washington, July 30, 1963
173, Opening Remarks by JR, Hearings on S. 1147, Forest Service, July 31, 1963
174, Appendix, West Virginia Centennial Story, by John C. Schmidt, July 31, 1963
175, Appendix, Article, “Soft Coal Battered, But Unbowed,” by J. H. Carmical, July 31, 1963
176, Statement by JR regarding Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, July 30, 1963
177, Statement, “New Perspectives on American Security,” August 2, 1963
178, Speech, Cherry River Navy Maneuvers, Richwood, “The World At Sea,” August 3, 1963
179, Press Release, regarding defense and military spending, August 4, 1963
180, Speech, Independence, West Virginia, urging reductions in military spending, foreign aid and additions to nuclear “overkill” capacity at expense of unmet public needs, August 4, 1963
181, Appendix, West Virginia Centennial, article in Baltimore Sun, by John C. Schmidt, August 2, 1963
182, Statement, to establish a standing committee on Veterans Affairs, August 8, 1963
183, Statement, introducing bill to amend Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949
184, Press Release, special grazing and haying privileges due to drought conditions, Berkeley, Monroe, Greenbrier, Jefferson, Morgan and Pendleton, August 7, 1963
185, Press Release, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, “Kennedy Pen,” presented by JR to Conrad Wirth, National Park Service, August 7, 1963
186, Press Release, Ravens-Shinnston Corporation to manufacture tank trailers at Shinnston Area Revelopment Administrator, August 7, 1963
187, Press Release, Manpower and Employment Subcommittee, commanded group, Charleston Youth Community, August 8, 1963
188, Appendix, National Youth Science Camp, NASA Administrator James E. Webb, Speaker, August 8, 1963
188, Extra Copies, Youth Science Camps, reprints from Record
189, Press Release, Grants to Assist Communities in Repair of Flood Damage, etc., Wyoming, Lincoln, Ohio and Harrison, August 9, 1963
190, Speech, Flight Service Station Dedication, Morgantown, August 11, 1963
191, Appendix, James B. Donovan, lauded by Jefferson County Voiture 1356 of the Grand Voiture of the State of West Virginia, August 9, 1963
192, Speech, West Virginia Young Democratic Clubs, Clarksburg, West Virginia, August, 10, 1963
193, Speech, National Rural Letter Carriers Association Annual Convention, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, August 13, 1963
194, Press Release, Legislative Move to Encourage the Placement of Defense Contracts, August 13, 1963
195, The Airmans Psalm, August, 1963
196, Press Release, Extension for Another Year 100 Percent Federal Financing for Manpower Act, August 14, 1963
197, Press Release, Re: Watershed Development, Soil Conservation Service of the United States Department of Agriculture, August 8, 1963
198, Press Release, Parks, Tourist Attractions, Bob Mellace Art, in Daily Mail, May 16, 1963
199, Press Release, Youth Crime Control, Kanawha County Officials attend Hearings, Photo Enclosed, August 18, 1963
200, Speech, Hager Reunion Ramage Park (Boone County), Speech, Russia Test Ban, August 25, 1963


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201, Statement, School Drop-Outs, a reflection of the Failure of American Society and Education, August 26, 1963
202, Letter to Mr. J. Carter Swaim, regarding religious practices of public officials, August 21, 1963
203, Speech, Reunion Parsons High School, Class 1933, Blackwater Falls, August 31, 1963
204, Press Release, Reunion, Blackwater Falls Parsons High School Class 1933, August 31, 1963
205, Press Release, Synthetic Liquid Fuels Act Coal-to-gasoline research, Consolidation Coal Company, pilot plant Cresap, W.Va., August 28, 1963
206, Press Release, Federal funds for repair and restoration of the banks of the Guyandot River in the vicinity of Barboursville, W.Va., August 28, 1963
207, Speech, Hendricks “Hick Fair,” Hendricks, W.Va., “Tourism and a Brighter Future,” August 31, 1963
208, Press Release, Forests-funds by accelerated Public Works for roads, trails, recreational facilities, buildings, release from U. S. Department of Agriculture, August 28, 1963
209, Statement by Senator Hubert H. Humphrey at hearing on “Social and Psychological Contributions to Arms Control and Disarmament,” August 21, 1963
210, Statement, Manpower Development and Training Act, S. 1716, September 4, 1963
211, Press Release, Manpower Training Program, Manpower Amendment, passed Senate, September 4, 1963
212, Picture of Senator Randolph, American Road Builders’ Magazine, September 5, 1963
213, Speech, General Contractors, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., September 7, 1963
214, Speech, Pettry Family Reunion Flats (near Beckley), Raleigh County, W.Va., September 8, 1963
215, Appendix, International Road Federation highways and highway transportation, September 9, 1963
216, Speech, W.Va. Savings and Loan League, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., September 13, 1963
217, Statement, Bill to make Columbus Day a Legal Holiday S-108, September 6, 1963
218, Reprint from Record, regarding school dropouts, August 26, 1963
219, Picture, Water Pollution problems and control, September 11, 1963
220, Press Release, W.Va. Savings and Loan League Annual Convention, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., September 11, 1963
221, Press Release, W.Va. League of Municipalities, Morgantown, W.Va., September 12, 1963
222, Appendix, Article by Thomas F. Stafford regarding Randolph, Fulbright Eye Military Funds, September 11, 1963
223, Speech, The Citizen and His Public Responsibilities at Luncheon Meeting of Federal Editors Association, Washington, D.C., September12, 1963
224, Appendix, Labor Day Celebration, Wheeling, W.Va., Walter Reuther, Speaker, September 12, 1963
225, Speech, W.Va. League of Municipalities, Mount Chateau Lodge, Morgantown, W.Va., “The Partnership of Federal and Municipal Governments, September 13, 1963
226, Press Release, Space Age Equipment, Aero Geo Astro Corporation, Keyser, W.Va. plant, September 17, 1963
227, Statement, Test Ban Treaty, September 18, 1963
228, Press Release, Test Ban Treaty, September 18, 1963
229, Introduction, Senator Joseph S. Clark (D-PA) at Freedom Rally of the W.Va. Emancipation Proclamation
232, Appendix, Senator Vance Hartke Advocates Enactment of Quality Stabilization Laws, September 20, 1963
233, Statement, New Mail Service Improvements Provide Statewide Overnight Deliveries, September 23, 1963
234, Statement, regarding Defense spending and comments on Senator McGovern view o American Security, September 24, 1963
235, Statement, regarding introduction of a Bill to impose quota limitations on imports of foreign residual oil, September 26, 1963
236, Appendix, regarding article in Baltimore Evening Sun about majority leader Mike Mansfield, September 24, 1963
237, Speech, American Institute of Park Executives, Washington, D.C., “Challenge and responsibility in Public Recreation,” September 26, 1963
238, Picture, Gavel of W.Va. Maple presented to Senator Randolph by leaders of Applachian Hardwood Manufacturing, Inc., September 26, 1963
239, Appendix, W.Va. makes progress, Appalachian Power Company, Lauds State’s Cleanup Campaign, September 26, 1963
240, Appendix, New York Governor misinformed concerning programs during Kennedy Administration, Article from Charleston Daily Mail, Gazette, September 25, 1963
241, Press Release, Dedication of W.Va. 100th Roadside Park near Thomas, W.Va. and Senator to appear at the Sharing-Planning Conference at Capon Springs, Sunday, October 16th, October 1, 1963
242, Appendix, “Week in Washington” program sponsored by Representative Ken Heckler, Letter from Mary E. Walter of Red House, W.Va. reprinted from Christian Science Monitor, October 1, 1963
243, Statement, Federal-Aid Highway Amendments Act of 1963-Public Work Committee, October 2, 1963
244, Appendix, Mary C. Barlow, Associate Judge, D.C., October 4, 1963
245, Speech, Alderson-Broaddus College, Philippi, W.Va., October 4, 1963 246 Dedication, Centennial Park Dedication near Parsons, W.Va., October 6, 1963
247 Speech, Sharing-Planning Conference, National Conference of Christians and Jews, Capon Springs, W.Va., “Technology and Tension, the Challenge of the Sixties,” October 6, 1963
248 Press Release, Centennial Roadside Park Dedication, Parsons, W.Va., October 6, 1963
249 Press Release, National Conference of Christians and Jews, Capon Springs, W.Va., October 6, 1963
250 Speech, W.Va., Retail Grocers Association, Fairmont, W.Va., October 7, 1963
251 Press Release, Grants and loans, sport fishing and Wildlife, U.S. Department of the Interior notified Senator of Cooperative Agreement with State Department of Natural Resources, October 6, 1963
252 Appendix, Centennial Roadside Park Dedication, Parsons, W.Va., October 9, 1963
253 Appendix, Art from Engineering News- Record, regarding Highway Research Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1962, October 10, 1963
254 Press Release, Vocational Education, Student Loans, Education Sub Committees of Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, October 14, 1963
255 Press Release, Grant to City of Weirton, Picture of Bryd, Senator and Mayor Frank Rybka of Weirton, W.Va., October 14, 1963
256 Statement, in support of H.R. 6143, College Academic Facilities Act, H.R. 6143, October 15, 1963
257 Speech, “Randolph Rallies” California League of Senior Citizens, Los Angeles, Fresno and San Francisco, California, October 19-20 & 26, 1963
258 Speech, W.Va. Petroleum Association, Charleston, W.Va., October 17, 1963
259 Press Release, Airport Facilities Expansion in W.Va., picture Senator, Heckler and Curtis F. Grive, Airport Engineer (no picture in file) only picture given to Marjorie for her picture file
260 Press Release, Glass imports, petition, President not to lower tariff rates, October 15, 1963


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261 Press Release, Grant approved for pilot project at Cameron, involving new method of waste treatment to be built with funds from the Accelerated Public Works Programs, October 16, 1963
262 Press Release, Water Pollution Control Act of 1963, excerpts remarks by Senator on S. 646, October 16, 1963
263 Aviation speech and remarks by Senator Randolph during his service as a member of the House of Representatives, March 4, 1933 – August 2, 1946
264 Speech, United Business Schools Association, San Francisco, California, “The Challenge of Creative Education,” October 26, 1963
265 Speech, American Association of State Highway Officials, Portland, Oregon, October 22, 1963
266 Eulogy of Estes Kefauver of Tennessee, October 24, 1963
267 Statement, Water Resource Problems, October 29, 1963
269 Press Release, Water Resource Problems, October 22, 1963
270 Letter to Honorable Anthony J. Celebreeze, regarding proposed site for the proposed National Environmental Health Center, October 23, 1963
271 Press Release, Army Corps of Engineers to report study of the Cheat River Basin, October 30, 1963
272 Press Release, Randolph and Hart introduced a resolution calling for a Public Works study of a national system of scenic highways, October 28, 1963
272-a Statement, Supersonic Transport
273 Speech, W.Va. Contractors Association, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., November 2, 1963
274 Appendix, B and O Railroad continues Record of Progress and Service in W.Va, November 1, 1963
275 Appendix, Dr. Shane MacCarthy receives Distinguished Service Medal Award of the Cosmopolitan Club, Washington, D.C., November 1, 1963
276 Statement by Hulett C. Smith, Commissioner of Commerce of W.Va. before the subcommittee on Manpower and Employment, October 31, 1963
277 Introduction, Dr. Wernher von Braun at Charleston Chamber of Commerce Dinner, Charleston, W.Va., November 5, 1963
278 Introduction, Senator Paul Douglas, Anti-Defamation League of the B’nai B’rith, ADL’s 50th Anniversary and the West Virginia Centennial, October 27, 1963
279 Dedication, Forest Products Marketing Laboratory, Princeton, W.Va., November 12, 1963
281 Press Release, Senator appointed Chairman of the Subcommittee on Employment and Retirement Income of the Elderly of the Senate Special Committee on Aging
282 Speech, American Legion Veterans Day Banquet, Jackson’s Mill, W.Va., “The Veteran and West Virginia’s Future,” November 11, 1963
283 Speech, Testimonial Luncheon for William H. Dyer, Washington, D.C., by Washington Society for the Blind, “Automation and the Sightless American,” November 14, 1963
284 Speech, Midwestern College, Denison, Iowa, “The Community and the College, “ November 15, 1963
285 Statement, Coal Exports, Western Europe, Canada and Japan, November 13, 1963
286 Statement, Nuclear Power Industry Atomic Energy Commission-Coal, November 18, 1963
287 Statement, Clean Air Act of 1963, Air and Water Pollution Control Act of 1963, November 19, 1963
288 Statement by Senator, regarding Death of President Kennedy, November 22, 1963
289 Letter, Mr. Joseph J. Lombardo, Commander-in-Chief, Veterans of Foreign Wars, November 21, 1963
290 Resolution, Proposed Long-Range Plan for Capitol Grounds Hailed by Capitol Hill Developer, November 20, 1963
291 Press Release, To conduct hearings on legislation which would provide additional authorization for a program of accelerated public works December 9-14-63, Special subcommittee on Accelerated Public Works, November 27, 1963
292 Press Release, Joint Release, Byrd & Randolph Allegheny Parkway, November 26, 1963
293 Ribicoff Amendment to D.C. Welfare, November 19, 1963
294 Speech, “The Community Challenge of Stream Renewal” – Pittsburgh, PA at the Fifth Pittsburgh Sanitary Engineering Conference, November 30, 1963
295, Letter to President Lyndon Johnson mailed to West Virginia newspapers, November 27, 1963
296, Statement, H. R. 8667 as amended by Public Works Committee, December 3, 1963
297, Press Release, grants and loans under Public Works Accelerated Act, December 3, 1963
298, Press Release, regarding Fairchild Stratos Corporation, Department of Air Force, December 3, 1963
299, Press Release, S. 385, children of disabled veterans, December 3, 1963
300, Press Release, appropriations approval by Subcommittee for Water Resources Development Projects, December 4, 1963
301, Statement, regarding House Rule 9140, Public Works Appropriation Bill, Atomic Energy Commission, December 9, 1963
302, Appendix, Quality Stabilization, November 8, 1963
303, Statement, Accelerated Public Works, December 10, 1963
304, Press Release, Library Services and Construction Act, Public Library Development, December 12, 1963
305, Speech, “Maryland and West Virginia – A Community of Interest,” Hagerstown Fair Association, December 11, 1963
306, Introduction, Dr. Festus P. Summers, West Virginia University, Library of Congress ceremonies for West Virginia, December 12, 1963
307, Press Release, vocational education, federal aid for West Virginia programs, December 13, 1963
308, Press Release, Higher Education Bill, signed, December 16, 1963
309, Television and radio comments, regarding grants and loans for West Virginia, December 13, 1963
310, Press Release, regarding AID funds spent, Monsanto Chemical Company, Nitro, October 26, 1963
311, Press Release, AID announced, order for yarn, FMC, American Viscose Plant, Nitro, December 17, 1963
312, Press Release, hearings, Special Committee on Aging, regarding employment problems of elderly, December 17, 1963
313, Statement, hearings, Subcommittee on Employment and Retirement Incomes of the Elderly, December 19, 1963
314, Statement, Accelerated Public Works, December 18, 1963
315, Press Release (photos), Centennial medallions presented to members of state’s congressional delegation, December 20, 1963
316, Press Release, state tourism, Harpers Ferry, December 27, 1963
316A, Off the cuff remarks, Jennings Randolph, on coal press tour, National Coal Policy Conference, Wheeling, December 1963
Programs, etc., 1964
317, Press Release (photo), Monongahela Pollution Control Conference, January 6, 1964
318, Opening Statement, Jennings Randolph, Subcommittee on Employment and Retirement Incomes of Elderly, Los Angeles and San Francisco, January 10 and 13, 1964
319, Press Release, Jennings Randolph comments on State of the Union Address, January 8, 1964
320, Speech, “Adjusting Society to Automation,” Transportation Association of America, New York, January 15, 1964
321, Statement, on behalf of S. 2114, Committee on Government Operations, review of federal grants-in-aid to states and local units of government, January 15, 1964
322, Biographical sketch of Jennings Randolph, athletics, January 15, 1964
323, Press Release, citation presented to Jennings Randolph on behalf of four largest steel companies in Japan, regarding coal exports, January 10, 1964
324, West Virginia Victory Awards Dinner, athletic/sports awards, Parkersburg, January 20, 1964
325, Speech, “New Prospects for the Appalachian Timber Industry,” Appalachian Hardwood Association, Cincinnati, January 24, 1964
326, Press Release, Appalachian Hardwood Association, excerpts from Jennings Randolph address, January 24, 1964
327, Biographical Sketch, Jennings Randolph, 1964
328, Article, by Jennings Randolph, “Is Russia Only Fighting Invasion – Or For Human Rights?,” The Commonwealth
329, Tribute, by Jennings Randolph, testimonial dinner honoring J. W. Ruby, Morgantown, January 29, 1964
330, Letter to Reverend Curtis Whaley, regarding West Virginia turnpike and interstates, January 27, 1964
331, Press Release, Accelerated Public Works, January 30, 1964
332, Press Release, Robert Maxwell resigns as United States Attorney, February 3, 1964
333, Statement, College Tax Credit Amendment, proposed by Senator Ribicoff, February 3, 1964
334, Press Release, Burnsville Reservoir Project, Little Kanawha River Basin, February 5, 1964
335, Statement, Clean Air Act, water and air pollution, February 7, 1964
336, Statement, Petroleum-Oil and Gas Depletion Facts, February 7, 1964
337, Congressional Prayer Breakfast, February 5, 1964
338, Press Release, Grafton and Mannington Post Office employees receive Postmaster General’s “Citation for Excellence,”
339, Accelerated Public Works to continue hearings, February 14, 1964
340, Film based on life of Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, February 19, 1964
341, Press Release, highway projects, West Virginia divided into three federal districts, February 18, 1964
342, Statement, residual oil imports, February 19, 1964
343, Press Release, regarding opposition to televising of pro football games, February 19, 1964
344, Brotherhood Dinner, National Conference of Christians and Jews, February 17, 1964
345, Speech, Horticultural Society, Annual Convention, Charles Town, February 25, 1964


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346, Panel Discussion, Associated General Contractors, Las Vegas, March 4, 1964
346A, American Road Builders Association, Convention, New Orleans, February 23, 1964
347, Press Release, Small Business Administration aid to West Virginia increases job opportunities, February 26, 1964
348, Press Release, poverty, photograph of Jennings Randolph and Sargent Shriver, February 27, 1964
349, Statement, regarding excessive beef and other meat imports, February 28, 1964
350, Reprints, regarding Congressional Record, Revenue Act of 1964, February 25, 1964
351, Press Release, General Contractors of America, Las Vegas, March 3, 1964
352, Press Release, Jennings Randolph in hospital, March 2, 1964
353, Press Release, student loans approved for colleges under National Defense Education Act, March 5, 1964
354, regarding Jennings Randolph, Kiwanis Club, Miami, Florida, February 20, 1964
355, Press Release, Jennings Randolph commends President Lyndon Johnson for action to help flood victims and for instructions to speed up flood control projects, March 14, 1964
356, Press Release, resolution to review flood control plan of Army Corps of Engineers, March 18, 1964
357, Press Release, emergency disaster relief for flood areas, small business loans, March 18, 1964
358, Press Release, Jennings Randolph, committee assignments, 88th Congress, March 20, 1964
359, Article, Future Farmer Magazine, regarding visit to Washington
360, Press Release, Flood Control Projects, Ohio River Basin, March 26, 1964
361, Article, Alumni Record, regarding West Virginia Society in Washington
362, Annual Dinner, Amen Corner, Pittsburgh, April 11, 1964
363, Telegram to President Lyndon Johnson, regarding coal and residual oil quotas, April 2, 1964
364, Introduction of Esther Peterson, West Virginia State Democratic Women’s Convention, Charleston, April 11, 1964
365, Letter, Jennings Randolph to Leslie H. Arnold, Charleston Gazette, Charleston Daily Mail, April 10, 1964
366, Article by Jennings Randolph, regarding Public Works Program, Washington World
367, Welcome to Jennings Randolph, when he returned to Senate for brief time
368, Press Release, Air Force Academy appointments, April 23, 1964
369, Press Release, Military Academy appointments, April 24, 1964
370, Press Release, Bi-Racial Conference, NAACP, Washington, April 24, 1964
371, Statement to Appropriations Subcommittee to keep Accelerated Public Works active, April 27, 1964
372, Statement, Jennings Randolph introduced Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1964, April 29, 1964
373, Press Release, Grants and Loans, Cowen Wood Turning Company, Cowen, April 28, 1964
374, Appendix, Heart of Gold Award, Arthur J. Goldberg, Variety Club, Washington, April 9, 1964
375, Press Release, Civil Rights Bill, Jennings Randolph against filibusters, April 28, 1964
376, Press Release, Jennings Randolph to support President Lyndon Johnson, if elected as delegate-at-large to Democratic National Convention, May 4, 1964
377, Speech, “The Businessman in Public Affairs,” National Paper Box SPManufacturing Association, Americana Hotel, New York, May 16, 1964 378, Letter and Reprints, regarding Civil Rights, May 7, 1964
379, Appendix, West Virginia Guard Unit Stands Long Vigil in Tribute to Late John F. Kennedy, Memorial Service, May 1, 1964
380, Speech, “The Citizen and His Government,” Roadside Business Association, St. Paul, Minnesota, May 19, 1964
381, Statement, regarding Civil Rights Act of 1963, Senate should vote for cloture, Jennings Randolph critic of filibusters, May 14, 1964
382, Appendix, dedication of Conrad L. Wirth Hall and Stephen Mather Training Center, Harpers Ferry, May 14, 1964
383, Picture, Jennings Randolph with Dr. A. D. Longhouse, Senator Spessard L. Holland, Rural Electrification Research Laboratory, Morgantown, May 14, 1964
384, Speech, “The Businessman and His Government,” National Association of Small Business Investment Companies, White Sulphur Springs, May 29, 1964
385, Introduction of Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman, commencement, Shepherd College, Shepherdstown, June 1, 1964
385A, Luncheon, Airline Traffic Association, Man of the Year Award, Willard Hotel, Washington, May 25, 1964
386, Speech, School of Banking of the South, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, June 2, 1964
387, Press Release, $15 Billion Authorization, Public Works Committee, regarding Appalachian Regional Development
388, Press Release, grants and loans, Camden-on-Gauley, Community Facilities Administration, May 27, 1964
389, Press Release, Small Business Week, loans and contracts under Accelerated Programs of Small Business Administration of benefit to West Virginia statistics, May 26, 1964 390, Appendix, Justice Douglas Speaks, West Virginia State College commencement, Jennings Randolph received Honorary Doctor of Humanities degree, Institute, June 2, 1964
391, Press Release, Greenbrier County 4-H Clubs visit Washington, June 3, 1964
392, Appendix, John Horne presented with Distinguished Service Award, by National Association of Small Business Investment Companies, White Sulphur Springs, June 4, 1964
393, Reprint, regarding savings bond programs, May 1, 1964
394, Appendix and Press Release, regarding luncheons for Virginia Mae Brown, Chuck Yeager and Jacqueline Cochran, June 8, 1964
395, Appendix, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover emphasizes need for positive public approach toward our American heritage, June 8, 1964
396, Religious Heritage of America Breakfast, June 26, 1964
397, Speech, West Virginia Press Association, Huntington June 12, 1964
398, Speech, “I Met A Boy On A Bus,” Florida Association of Insurance Agents, Miami, June 13, 1964
399, Testimonial Dinner, John V. Lawrence, American Trucking Association, Washington, June 17, 1964
400, Democratic Women’s Day, Charleston, April 10, 1964
401, Press Release, regarding amendment to add $12 million to appropriations for Public Lands Highway Development, Public Works Committee, June 15, 1964
402, Press Release, West Virginia DC Society, Son and Daughter Luncheon, June 6, 1964
403, Press Release, Picture of JR and Presidential Scholars Faith Mace and Robert Childs, June 12, 1964
404, Television Film and Tape, regarding Kanawha Airport, June 12, 1964
405, Speech, American Industrial Bankers Association, 30th Annual Institute, White Sulphur Springs, June 25, 1964
406, Statement and Press Release, regarding civil rights bill, June 18, 1964
407, Statement, Public Works Committee hearings, June 19, 1964
408, Speech, West Virginia University Alumni, The University Club, Washington, June 19, 1964
409, Statement and Press Release, regarding hearings on Appalachian Regional Development Public Works Committee, June 22, 1964
410, Speech, Theodore Roosevelt Bridge Dedication, June 23, 1964
411, YMCA, Youth Governors Conference, Washington, June 22, 1964
412, Picture, regarding development road system, Appalachian Regional Development bill, Public Works Subcommittee on Appalachia, June 24, 1964
413, Introduction of Senator Claiborne Pell, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Charleston Civic Center, June 27, 1964
414, Press Release, juvenile delinquency and youth crime, Charleston Youth Community, June 29, 1964
415, Press Release, regarding glass industry, testimony before United States Tariff Commission, June 30, 1964
416, Statement, Allegheny Airlines studying new type of jet-prop aircraft, July 1, 1964
417, Statement, regarding residual oil imports, July 1, 1964
418, Statement, Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1964, July 2, 1964
419, Press Release, Federal-Aid Highway authorizations, July 3, 1964
420, Press Release, Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz testifies before Senate Subcommittee regarding importation of residual oil, July 6, 1964
421, Statement, Public Works Committee, report on bill to grant authority to the District of Columbia to construct tunnel under mall, July 7, 1964
422, Press Release, Special Committee on Aging, July 10, 1964
423, Television, pre-recording, “Youth Wants To Know,” July 2, 1964


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424, Introduction, Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg, luncheon, National Youth Science Camp, July 9, 1964
425, Statement, Public Works Committee, Reporting S. 1147, roads and trails for the National Forests, July 21, 1964
426, Speech, “West Virginia Moves Forward” Clarksburg Rotary Club, Clarksburg, W.Va., July 15, 1964
427, Introduction, Secretary Orville Freeman, Jackson’s Mill, July 20, 1964
428, Press Release, Historic sites and Building, Grave Creek Mound, Moundsville, W.Va., July 20, 1964
429, Statement, Secretary of Agriculture, Orville Freeman tours W.Va. Soil Conservation Districts and Strip Mine Reclamation projects, July 21, 1964
430, Speech, Parks College of Aeronautical Technology, St. Louis University, East Street Louis, Illinois, Commencement Exercises, July 28, 1964
431, Press Release, Defense Manpower Order No. 4, Federal procurement contracts, July 28, 1964
432, Press Release,Appalachian Regional Development Bill, Public Works Committee, July 29, 1964
433, Press Release, Mines Bureau Awards Contract for Federal study of water pollution from
Coal-Mine Acids, Randolph County, W.Va., to have pilot project, July 29, 1964
434, Senator Crowns Poultry Queen, Moorefield, W.Va., July 29, 1964
435, Statement, recommending Senate passage of Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1964
436, Dedication, Morris Cafritz Administration Building, Metropolitan Police, Boys Club Summer Camp, Scotland, MD., August 2, 1964
437, Press Release, National Defense Education Act, Student Loan Program, August 4, 1964
438, Press Release, Appropriations bill for water resources development projects, Dams- Reservoirs and Flood, August 5, 1964
439, Speech, Community Opportunities Workshop, Charleston, W.Va., “The War on Poverty,” Economic opportunity Act of 1964, August 6, 1964
440, Letter of President Johnson regarding Social Security Amendments of 1964, August 5, 1964
441, Speech, Cuyahoga County Mayor Association, Elyria, Ohio, Subject Highways, August 6, 1964
442, Speech, Democratic Convention, Huntington, W.Va., August 8, 1964
443, Senator to support resolution to give more authority to the President regarding military action in Southeast Asia, August 6, 1964
444, Press Release, Older workers Employment Act of 1964, Committee on Aging, August 11, 1964
445, Press Release, Social Security Amendments of 1964, to add health care for the aged provisions to the Article, August 12, 1964
446, Press Release, Economic Opportunity Act, August 11, 1964
447, Speech, Convention of W.Va. Federation of the Blind, Huntington, W.Va., August 15, 1964
448, Press Release, Statement and Bill, for higher Education, loans to students, August 15, 1964
449, Rebuttal, Appalachia, Preferential Treatment for Appalachia, Water Resources Survey, Definition of Poverty, etc., 1964
450, Press Release, Bill-signing ceremonies at White House, Senator has received more than 50 pens as a member of Congress, August 20, 1964
451, Picture, 4-H Group from Barbour and Taylor counties, visit in Washington, D.C., at National 4-H Center, August 20, 1964
452, Press Release, Apportionment, Senator to speak against Dirksen amendment and will vote Against the Tuck bill which was passed by the House, August 20, 1964
453, Speech, Dedication of the Timber and Watershed Laboratory, Parsons, W.Va., August 29, 1964
454, Reprint, Article by Dr. Lowell R. Ditzen on Forgiving and Forgetting, August 15, 1964
455, Recording, Tape Radio CBS, regarding Appalachian program, Senator Randolph and Representative Schwengel, September 1, 1964
456, Appendix, U.S. Naval Academy has Open House for parents and relatives of new Midshipmen, September 1, 1964
457, Speech, Industrial Development Association, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., regarding Appalachian Regional Development Act, September 3, 1964
458, Tribute to Senator Humphrey, reprints from record to be mailed to all W.Va. Delegates and alternates, August 31, 1964
459, Press Release, regarding Social Security Amendments Article passed by Senate 49-44 for Gore health care amendment, September 2, 1964
460, Press Release, White House ceremony when the President signed a measure to provide
Federal aid for facilities and training of nurses. Also, Appalachian Regional Development legislation, September 4, 1962
461, Press Release, Amendment to Social Security Act by Randolph and Douglas to give Increase in permissible earnings to encourage Senior Citizens to see gainful employment, September 4, 1962
462, Speech, Cornerstone laying ceremonies, Post Office Building, Elkhart, Indiana, September 5, 1964
463, Press Release, regarding Hazel-Atlas, Anti-Trust, Continental Can Company, Clarksburg and Wheeling plants, September 4, 1964
464, Statement, regarding Appalachian Regional Development Act, September 8, 1964
465, Speech, Golden Delicious Apple, WVU, Morgantown, W.Va., September 11, 1964
466, Speech, State Convention of Young Democrats, Charleston, W.Va., September 11, 1964
467, Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation, Senator served as Associate Chairman, September, 10, 1964
468, Speech, Associated Traffic Clubs, St. Louis, Missouri, September 14, 1964
469, Statement, Javits-McCarthy-Humphrey compromise resolution on reapportionment Amendment by Dirksen-Mansfield, September 15, 1964
470, Groundbreaking, Fort Martin Power Plant, Morgantown, September 11, 1964
471, Statement, regarding Appalachian Regional Development Act, comment on auction of Morlunda herd of Hereford bulls and cows, September 16, 1964
472, Speech, Outdoor Advertising Association, South Bend, Indiana, September 23, 1964
473, Press Release, regarding Barry Goldwater visit to Charleston, his voting record, September 17, 1964
474, Speech, “Accent of Appalachia,” West Virginia Regional Conference of the Council of the Southern Mountains, Concord College, Athens, September 26, 1964
475, Speech, Trans World Airlines, Annual Fall Planning Conference, Chicago, September 28, 1964
476, Rebuttal, Miller Amendment, regarding exclusion from Appalachian program all counties not designated as redevelopment areas, September 1964
477, Statement, supplemental appropriations for Appalachia, 1965, October 1, 1964
478, Appendix, article on Harpers Ferry from Washington Post, Potomac Magazine, September 30, 1964
479, Putnam County Rally (did not attend)
480, Statement, National Defense Education Act, amendments of 1964, October 2, 1964
481, Press Release, letter to President Lyndon B. Johnson regarding request that Congress be called into special session to complete economic development of Appalachia and health care for elderly under Social Security, etc., October 3, 1964
482, Statement, coal research, possible use of coal as water purifier, September 21, 1964
483, Speech, JR spoke for Vice President Hubert Humphrey, National Tire Dealers Association, Washington, September 21, 1964
484, Dedication, Martinsburg Sewage Treatment Plant, Martinsburg, October 7, 1964
485, Statement, amendment of Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, September 21, 1964


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486, Press Release, dedication of sewage treatment plant, Martinsburg, October 7, 1964
487, Speech, Air Traffic Controllers Association, Atlantic City, New Jersey, October 7, 1964
488, Speech, in support of re-election of Senator Ted Moss, Salt Lake City, Utah, October 10, 1964
489, Dedication, Morgantown Airport, President Lyndon B. Johnson attended, September 20, 1964
490, Press Release, regarding Appalachian Regional Development Bill, September 24, 1964
491, Introduction of JR by Anne Hearst at Autumn meeting of Democratic Women of West Virginia, September 26, 1964
492, Speech, Democratic speeches for Lamarr and Springfield, Colorado, October 9, 1964
493, Speech, Great Issues, Politics ’64 Series, Davidson, North Carolina, October 14, 1964
494, Introduction and Award, presentation of Distinguished Service Award of District of Columbia Trucking Association to Frank L. Grimm, Washington, October 17, 1964
495, Dedication, science facility, Bethany College, October 16, 1964
496, Speech, “Education and the Challenge of the Future,” West Virginia Association of Student Councils, Jackson’s Mill, October 19, 1964
497, Speech, “The Highway Program of West Virginia,” Parkersburg Lions Club, Parkersburg, October 23, 1964
498, Introduction, Secretary of the Army Stephen Ailes, at United Nations Dinner, Martinsburg, October 20, 1964
499, Speech, Summers County Democratic Rally, Hinton, October 26, 1964
500, Speech, “Diversity and Understanding in a Peaceful World,” Weirtonian Lodge No. 183, Weirton, October 24, 1964
501, Press Release, Doddridge County Democratic Rally, West Union, October 22, 1964
502, Speech, Groundbreaking Ceremonies, Pennsboro Garment Corporation, Statistics on Small Business Loans, October 24, 1964
503, Speech by Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz, Forest Festival, Elkins, September 30, 1964
504, Introduction of Senator Joseph S. Clark, Democratic Rally, Wellsburg, October 21, 1964
505, Inauguration of Gordon E. Hermanson, President of Davis and Elkins College, Elkins, October 21, 1964
506, Democratic Rally, Ritchie County, Harrisville, October 24, 1964
507, Direct Dial C&P, JR called Secretary of Commerce Luther Hodges in Texas, October 12, 1964
508, Speech, regarding highways, Los Angeles, October 28, 1964
509, Speech, Democratic Rally, Ziesing (Harrison County), October 28, 1964
510, Article by JR, “Why Am I A Democrat,” Young Democrat, October 1964
511, Picture of JR and others, Annual Legislative Conference, Washington
512, Tucker County Fair, Parsons, attended by FDR Jr.
513, Speech, “West Virginia and Labor in a World of Change, West Virginia State Department of Labor Anniversary, Charleston, November 23, 1964
514, Speech, Logan Bank and Trust Company, Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies, Logan, November 24, 1964
515, Speech, Testimonial Dinner, O. O. Baughman, Belington, regarding post office, November 27, 1964
516, Speech, Banquet honoring Magnolia High School football team, New Martinsville, November 30, 1964
517, Speech Cards, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (empty), 1964
518, Speech by Senator Russell Long, regarding highways, New Orleans, November 9, 1964
519, Hearings, Stonewall Jackson Reservoir, West Fork River, Clarksburg, December 2, 1964
520, Speech, “Employment and Manpower: Dimensions of Challenge,” Joint Conference, Agricultural Policy Institute of North Carolina State and North Carolina A & T College, December 11, 1964
521, Speech, American Association of State Highway Officials, Atlanta, December 8, 1964
522, Hearings, Wheeling Creek Watershed and Flood Control, Wheeling, December 7, 1964
523, Pamphlets, Traveling in a World of Neighbors/Travel is Trade, JR Speeches
523, Article and Picture of JR, Labor Magazine/Minnesota Journal of Education
524, Testimonial Dinner, W. W. Barron, Charleston, December 8, 1964
525, Speech, Opening and Dedication, Part of Interstate 81, Martinsburg, December 15, 1964
526, Speech, “A Look at the New Congress,” International Crossroads Sunday Morning Breakfast, YMCA, Washington, December 27, 1964
527, Speech, National Association of State Racing Commissioners, Chicago, June 24, 1964
528, Speech, Dedication of Section of Interstate 77, Parkersburg, December 30, 1964
529, Press Release, regarding War on Poverty, picture of JR and education leaders
530, Amendment Proposal to S. 2782 regarding coal


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Programs, Miscellaneous, etc., 1965
1, Statement, Appalachian Bill introduced to 89th Congress, January 6, 1965
2, Press Release, Regional Export Expansion Council of United States Department of Commerce Meeting in Charleston, regarding airport and newspaper forum in Huntington on “Changing the Image of West Virginia,” January 6, 1965
3, Appendix, Article from Business on Wheels, Honors to John Amos, West Virginia transportation expert, January 6, 1965
4, Appendix, JR named West Virginian of the Year by Charleston Gazette, January 6, 1965
5, Retirement Dinner, Thomas E. Millsop, President, Board of National Steel Corporation
6, Picture, West Virginia Pulp and Paper company officials/Press Release, regarding West Virginia Industries, January 8, 1965
7, Press Release, Federal Aid to Education made available to West Virginia, January 11, 1965
8, Radio Script, Washington Reports, Appalachia, January 13, 1965
9, Speech, “Trends in Transportation,” Convention of National Limestone Institute, Washington, January 18, 1965
10, Biographical Sketch, JR, January 12, 1965
11, Speech, “Trends in Transportation After ’72,” Associated General Contractors of Missouri, Kansas City, January 13, 1965
12, Press Release, Hearings on S. 3, Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965, Public Works Committee, January 14, 1965
13, Senator Patrick McNamara Proposes Economic Assistance Act of 1965 as Part Two of War on Poverty, Washington Post article by Evans and Novak, January 15, 1965
14, JR statement about Winston Churchhill, January 15, 1965
15, Hearings, Public Works Committee, regarding Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965, January 19, 1965
16, Picture, H. L. Feiner and JR, Laura Mae Life Blouses Company/Pennsboro Manufacturing Company, January 19, 1965
17, Speech, Alabama Road Builders Association, Montgomery, Alabama, January 18, 1965
18, Speech, Junior Chamber of Commerce, Annual Distinguished Service Awards Dinner, Charles Town, January 26, 1965
19, Statement, Resolution to Amend Standing Rules to Provide for Committee for Veterans Affairs, January 25, 1965
20, Appendix, Senator A. D. Mike Monroney speaks to Aero Club members, “The SST – A Bird For All Nations,” January 26, 1965
21, Speech, Federal Credit Union Annual Meeting, Charleston, January 28, 1965
22, Press Release, Lake Central Airlines will retain service, Elkins to Pittsburgh, January 27, 1965
23, Appendix, General Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson, January 22, 1965
24, Speech, West Virginia Community Planning Association, Charleston, January 29, 1965
25, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965, S. 3 pending business before Senate, January 29, 1965
26, Statement, Response to Amendment No. 11 to S. 3, offered by Senator Roman Hruska, to delete Section 203, Appalachian bill, January 29, 1965
27, Honorable Ed. Edmondson Address, “The Ultimate Answer,” 6th Annual Service of Worship in Recognition of Congress, January 19, 1965
28, Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965, February 1, 1965
29, Speech, Action for Appalachian Youth, Charleston, February 4, 1965
30, Press Release, Teacher Training Institutes, United States Office of Education, February 4, 1965
31, United States Senate Youth Program, two from West Virginia made possible by Hearst Foundation Grant, February 5, 1965
32, Dedication, City Hall and Community Building, Philippi, February 7, 1965
33, Speech, Marshall University, Huntington Labor Council Seminar, February 6, 1965
34, Statement, Hearings Senate Subcommittee on Veterans’ Affair’s in support of S.9, the “COLD WAR VETERANS’ Readjustment Assistance Act,” Labor and Public Welfare Committee, February 8, 1965
35, Prayer Breakfast, Washington, D.C., Presidential Prayer Breakfast, Shoreham Hotel, February 4, 1965
36, Press Release, President’s message on Natural Beauty, W.Va. on list for programs, February 8, 1965
37, Appendix, West Virginia Travel Film, February 1, 1965
38, Picture, Boy Scout Week, Senator is presented a lapel emblem by Cliff Roop, Cub Scout, February 9, 1965
39, Press Release, Achievement Award to Town of Davy, W.Va., National Cleanest Town Contest, February 9, 1965
40, Introduction, Honorable Eugene P. Foley, Administration of Small Business, Washington, D.C., Arthur S. Fleming Award, February 10, 1965
41, Appendix, John L. Lewis, February 11, 1965
42, Press Release, Hearings on Pension Plans, Special Committee on Aging, February 15, 1965
43, Breakfast, Congressional Breakfast, address by Wm. S. Brenckle, President of National LP-Gas Association, February 3, 1965
44, Statement, by Secretary Freeman, acknowledging award to him by National Limestone Institute, February, 1965
45, Press Release, Death of Honorable Charles F. Paul, Jr., Judge for the Northern District of West Virginia, February 17, 1965
46, Speech, Women’s Club, Baltimore, MD, February 18, 1965
47, A Diamond Jubilee, W.Va., Luncheon, 75th Anniversary of Monongahela Power Company, February 17, 1965
48, Hearings, S.974 to amend the Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962, February 19, 1965
49, Speech, Sons of the Revolution, Morgantown, W.Va., February 22, 1965
50, Breakfast, Governor’s Prayer Breakfast, Charleston, W.Va., The Senator introduced Senator J. Caleb Boggs who was the speaker, February 22, 1965
51, Randolph, Senator, Biographical material and list of bills enacted since he became a member of the Senate, February 26, 1965
52, Picture and Press Release, regarding coal exports and deepening of the Hampton Roads, VA channel, February 24, 1965
53, Press Release, Grant from ARA to provide technical assistance funds for upgrading craft skills, February 24, 1965
54, Robert E. Maxwell, recommended for Judge of the U.S. Court for Northern District of West Virginia, February 25, 1965
55, Picture and Press Release, Apple Growers Eastern Panhandle regarding competent farm workers, February 26, 1965
56, Speech, Building Contractors of N.J. Newark, New Jersey, March 2, 1965
57, Committee on Aging, Senator’s opening statement regarding Private Pension Plan Coverage, March 4, 1965
58, TV Tape, American Legion Representatives regarding Veterans Affairs’, March 2, 1965
59, Reprint, Tribute to Senator Randolph by Senator Mike Mansfield and art by Carl McCardle from Wheeling, March 1, 1965
60, Statement, in the Senate regarding import of migrant labor, March 4, 1965
61, Statement, regarding hearings on Extension of Private Pension Plan Coverage, March 4, 1965
62, Picture, Senator and President Paul A. Miller with White House Pen used in signing ceremonies when the University received Federal Assistance for student loans, etc., March 3, 1965
63, Press Release, American Legion meeting in D.C., meeting with Senator Randolph discussed closing of Veterans Hospitals, March 2, 1965
64, Speech, “Serving Higher Education” Montgomery, W.Va., Institute of Technology, March 5, 1965


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65, Speech, United High School Press of W.Va., Huntington, W.Va., March 6, 1965
66, Press Release, Statement after Appalachian Bill was passed, March 3, 1965
67, Speech, R. Sargent Shriver speaks in Charleston, W.Va., Discusses Project Headstart, February, 26, 1965
68, Picture, Magazine Art, DRIVE with picture regarding hearings Education Subcommittee, February 26, 1965
69, Press Release, Meeting of fruit growers of W.Va., regarding farm labor set for 3/16/65, March 10, 1965
70, Statement, Hearings on Residual oil conducted by Udall, March 11, 1965
71, Senator Randolph and his record fro Small Business Firms, March, 1965
72, Appendix, National Conference of Christians and Jews, Agnes E. Meyer, awarded a citation, March 11, 1965
73, Speech, Associated General Contractors, San Francisco, California, “The Legislative Outlook for Public Works,” March 17, 1965
74, Press Release, Hearings on rivers and harbors and flood control projects by Committee on Public Works, March 14, 1965
75, Press Release, WVU Veterans met with the Senator and the Governor of W.Va. and Senator Ralph Yarborough, regarding support of S.9, Cold War Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act.
76, Press Release, Job Corps Center at Anthony, W.Va., Greenbrier County Economic Opportunity Act, March 13, 1965
77, Press Release, Senator’s comments on President Johnson’s special message to congressman Regarding voting rights, March 15, 1965
78, Press Release, Hearings Public Works Committee set for March 30 on Interstate and Defense Highway System, March 16, 1965
79, Press Release, Salem College Alumni meeting, Washington, D.C., Introduction of Senator Wayne Morse, March 17, 1965
80, Press Release, Senator to Introduce Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., Martinsburg, W.Va., March 17, 1965
81, Appendix, John W. Rine of Weston, W.Va., Dedicated Tourist Promoter of West Virginia, March 18, 1965
82, Introduction, Honorable Eugene P. Foley, Administrator SBS speaker at Jaycees Bosses Night Dinner, Bluefield, W.Va., March 19, 1965
83, Speech, W.V.U. Alumni Association, Pennsylvania Chapter, Pittsburgh, PA, “Serving Higher Education,” March 21, 1965
84, Hearings, Statement by the Senator at Public Works Hearings on Flood Control, Rivers and Harbors for the Central Regions, Ad Hoc Committee, March 24, 1965
85, Introduction, Senator Wayne Morse, Salem College, Alumni, Washington, D.C., March 22, 1965
86, Introduction, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., Martinsburg, March 25, 1965
87, Press Release, Grants and Loans to Mullenex Lumber Company and Branch Mountain Lumber Company, Parsons and Moorefield, W.Va., March 25, 1965
88, Statement, regarding support of S.7, a bill to establish the Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area, April 1, 1965
89, Press Release, Ground Breaking Ceremonies, Morgantown, W.Va., (3), March 25, 1965
90, Press Release, Hearings, Northwest Disaster Relief Program, Public Works Committee, March 29, 1965
91, Speech, Baltimore, Maryland, “Serving Public Education,” National Association State Boards of Educations, April 1, 1965
92, Statement, Hearings Kanawha and Tri-State Airport interests, Public Works Committee, March 29, 1965
93, State Highway officials discuss the President’s Beautification Program, Washington, D.C., remarks of Secretary of Commerce, John T. Conner, February 17, 1965
94, Press Release, regarding residual oil imports, Telegram to President and Udall, March 30, 1965
95, Speech, COPE, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania regarding politics, Taft-Hartley Act, Right to work laws, April 2, 1965
96, Press Release, Hearings regarding highways, education, Magnolia High Choir presented, flood control, etc., Senator’s activities on April 1, April 1, 1965
97, Statement, Reduction in unemployment, April 1, 1965
98, Guest Editorial for Huntington Advertiser, comments on Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965, April 2, 1965
99, Picture, Elkins City officials, Aviation Agency meeting, Washington, D.C., April 2, 1965
100, Press Release, Flood control projects, Dams and Reservoirs, projects, etc., April 7, 1965
101, Statement, regarding Justice Reservoir to be placed in the record by Colonel Harrington Cochran, April 2, 1965
102, Appendix, Hebrew Academy of Washington celebrates 21st Anniversary, Leon Cherner Honored, April 5, 1965
103, Speech, Waterworks Association, Huntington, W.Va., West Virginia section of the American Waterworks Association, April 8, 1965
104, Statement, regarding Elementary and Secondary Education Bill, April 7, 1965
105, Letter, to State Senator Floyd, etals, regarding Know Creek Reservoir, April 7, 1965
106, Radio Tape, Capital Assignment, with Dorise Bell regarding Medicare, April 7, 1965
107, Dedication, Madison Post Office, Madison, W.Va., April 10, 1965
108, Press Release, Joint release, Kee and Randolph regarding residual oil quotas, April 9, 1965
109, Speech, Tucker County Development Corporation, Blackwater Lodge, April 9, 1965
110, Dr. Paul A. Miller, President, W.V.U. address, “Poverty Admidst Affluence,” April 6 ,1965
111, Speech, Letterman’s Association, Fairmont, W.Va., April 10, 1965
112, Speech, Israel Bond Committee, Charleston, W.Va., Testimonial for Senator Randolph, April 11, 1965
113, Press Release, regarding Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, signed into law by the President, April 12, 1965
114, Press Release, All America City, Bluefield, W.Va., April 17, 1965
115, Press Release, Manpower Development and Training Act, approval of funding for Training in heavy equipment for machine operators, April 7, 1965
116, Picture, Swearing in ceremonies of John T. Sweeney, newly appointed Federal co- chairman of the Appalachian, April 9, 1965
117, Press Release & Statement, Request that the original appropriations be restored for the economic development of the Appalachian Region, April 14, 1965
118, Appendix Salem College Alumni, Washington, Wayne Morse, speaker, education, April 13, 1965
119, Press Release, A bill to simplify the Federal Income Tax Laws, April 15, 1965
120, Speech, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, State Conference, Jackson’s Mill, W.Va., April 20, 1965
121, Press Release, regarding Apple growers and foreign workers, April 21, 1965
122, Speech, Ohio County Teachers Association, Wheeling, W.Va., “Education for Changing World,” April 21, 1965
123, Speech, “Law Day,” Morgantown High School, Morgantown, W.Va., “Citizenship and The Rule of Law,” April 23, 1965
124, Statement, Hearings Ad Hoc subcommittee on Central Regions, flood control, etc., Public Works Committee, April 21, 1965
125, Speech, April 23, 1965, Clay County Education Association Annual Spring Banquet, Clay, April 23, 1965
126, Press Release, Rowlesburg Reservoir meeting, Morgantown, W.Va., April 21, 1965
127, Memorandum, Flood protection for Tug Fork Valley and Big Sandy River Basin, April 22, 1965
128, Statement, Balance of Payments problem and residual oil imports, April 23, 1965
129, Press Release, Senator announces support of a bill to liberalize insurance benefits for the Blind, April 23, 1965
130, Statement, regarding President Johnson intent to stand firm about South Vietnam, April 26, 1965
131, Press Release, A bill to permit Social Security benefits to earn $1,800 per year without loss of benefits, April 26, 1965
132, Speech, World Affairs Institute, Morgantown, W.Va., April 22, 1965 133, Press Release, Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbours issue recommendations on Big Sandy, Tug & Levisa Forks, Knox Creek Reservoir, etc., April 22, 1965


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134, Speech, Senate Prayer Breakfast, Washington, April 28, 1965
135, Press Release, regarding supplementary farm labor, apple growers, April 28, 1965
136, Statement, Hearings, Committee on Public Works, S. 1648, Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965, April 30, 1965
137, Dedication, new precipitators for air pollution control, Weirton Steel Company, April 30, 1965
138, Press Release, Anthony Celebrezze to speak at Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Charleston, May 3, 1965
139, Picture, W. F. Eigenbrod, West Virginia State Director of Mines and JR regarding reclaiming strip-mined lands, May 3, 1965
140, Speech, Building and Construction Trades Department, AFL-CIO, 10th National Legislative Conference, Washington, May 3, 1965
141, Statement, JR introduced amendment to S. 1648, Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965, May 4, 1965
142, Speech, Beautification Ceremonies, The Mound, South Charleston, May 8, 1965
143, Press Release, proposal for interstate commission for conservation and beautification of Potomac River, May 5, 1965
144, Appendix, Carl McCardle, article in Wheeling Intelligencer, regarding President Lyndon B. Johnson and his stand on foreign affairs, May 6, 1965
145, Speech, National Horse Show, Morgantown, May 7, 1965
146, Speech, West Virginia State Convention, United Federation of Postal Clerks, May 8, 1965
147, Appendix, AFL-CIO to honor great American, Henry J. Kaiser, May 7, 1965
148, Picture, Manpower Retraining Bill signed at White House, President Lyndon B. Johnson, Senators Joseph Clark, George Murphy, and JR, April 26, 1965
149, Press Release, Manpower Development and Training Act, to provide training for forest aides in Elkins, May 8, 1965
150, West Virginia Society, Son and Daughter Luncheon, May 8, 1965
151, Press Release, grant approval for West Virginia Institute of Technology by National Science Foundation, May 10, 1965
152, empty folder, picture, League of Women Voters, West Virginia delegation, May 11, 1965
153, Press Release, air pollution-legislation to control automobile exhaust fumes, Motor Vehicle Air Pollution Control Act, May 12, 1965
154, Press Release, Medicare Program, Kerr-Mills Plan, features under Social Security Act, May 13, 1965
155, Congressional breakfast, National Association of Manufacturers, Washington, May 10, 1965
156, Speech, Bible Society, National City Christian Church, May 11, 1965
157, Introduction, Italian Sons and Daughters of America, Weirtonian Lodge # 183, speaker Eugene McCarthy, May 15, 1965
158, Press Release, Public Works Committee modification of amendment to raise annual authorization for public works grants from $250 million to $400 million, May 14, 1965
159, Speech, National Paperboard Association Spring meeting, White Sulphur Springs, May 18, 1965
160, Speech, Air Transport Association of America, Personnel Relations Conference, May 19, 1965
161, Statement, Committee on Public Works supporting James River Estuary Channel improvement project, Hampton Roads, Virginia, May 18, 1965
162, Speech, International Road Federation panel meeting, Lima, Peru, May 21, 1965
163, appointments to academies, May 18, 1965
164, Press Release, six senators sign joint letter to comptroller general regarding Atomic Energy Commission contract with Department of Water Resources of California, May 23, 1965
165, Press Release, reorganization of Post Office and Civil Service Committee, Jennings Randolph has new committee assignments, May 19, 1966
166, Press Release, senior citizens month, Social Security benefits and amendments, May 1965
167, Press Release, Project Head Start, approved projects, May 18, 1965
168, Press Release, Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965, summary from report, May 21, 1965
169, biographical, committee assignments, May 25, 1965
170, appendix, Miles Stanley leads AFL-CIO to spur anti-poverty drive, May 18, 1965
171, Press Release, National Small Business Week, small business loans, etc., May 26, 1965
172, Senator Ralph W. Yarborough, speech on mental retardation, Amarillo, Texas, May 26, 1965
173, Speech, Ceredo-Kenova Chamber of Commerce, May 27, 1965
174, Statement, amendments to S. 1648, regarding anti-pirating provisions, May 27, 1965
175, Statement, Hearings on H.R. 7997, Appropriations for Independent Offices, May 27, 1965
176, Statement, Senate to vote on S. 1648, Appalachian Regional Development Act, Grants, APW program, etc., May 27, 1965
177, Press Release, Federal Aid to Airport, Appropriations, May 27, 1965
178, Statement, Beeper statement regarding funds for projects in Ohio River Basin May 27, 1965
179, Speech, W.Va. Vocational Association citation to the Senator, Charleston, W.Va., June 5, 1965
180, Press Release, Employment and Retirement Incomes, Committee on Aging, Pension Report, June 7, 1965
181, Appendix, C. Oscar Tate, Jr. W.Va. Veteran Flier, President of National Air Taxi Conference, June 3, 1965
182, Senator Long urges Import, Military Purchase Cut from Independent Petroleum Magazine, May, 1965
183, Dedication, Wood County Airport, named Gill Robb Wilson Airport, Parkersburg, W.Va., June 2, 1965
184, Press Release, Research grant under water pollution control laws to demonstrate new coal filtration and absorption process for sewage treatment, June 2, 1965
185, Press Release, Senator to introduce and manage highway and roadside beautification Program, June 3, 1965
186, Statement, Scenic development of Federal-aid Highway systems, introduced by Senator Randolph, Public Work Committee
187, Appendix, International Crossroads, Sunday Breakfast, YMCA, Washington, D.C. June 4, 1965
188, Press Release, Jackson Reservoir turned down by Board of Engineers for Riversand Harbors for further investigation, June 7, 1965
189, Senator’s article for Democratic National Committee “Washington” all for Everybody, 190, Statement, Ad HOC Committee hearings on Central Region, Big Sandy, Panther Creek discussed, June 10, 1965
191, Appendix, Bethany College Commencement, Robert W. Sarnoff and Governor Smith speakers, June 9, 1965
192, Statement, Air and Water Pollution Hearings, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, June 14, 1965
193, Speech, Water Conservation and Pollution Control, Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, June 14, 1965
194, Dedication, Fort Ashby Public Service District Water System, Fort Ashby, June 12, 1965
195, Statement, Before Banking and Currency Commission, regarding H.R. 7105 a bill to extend and amend the Export Control Act, June 16, 1965
196, Biographical material, Senator Randolph, regarding sports, academic honors and Awards, June 17, 1965
197, Speech, Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C., June 21, 1965
198, Press Release, West Virginia Society visits Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, Tourist attraction, June 20, 1965
199, Speech, Association General Contractors of America, Washington, D.C. “Public Relations,” June 22, 1965
200, Eulogy, Senator Olin D. Johnson, June 22, 1965 201, Speech, National Aerospace Education Council, Washington, D.C., “The Human Element: America’s First Asset,” June 24, 1965
202, Speech, VFW Convention, Fairmont, W.Va., June 26, 1965
203, Appendix, Marbon Chemical Division of Bong-Warner, dedication, Parkersburg, W.Va., June 24, 1965


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204, Press Release, National Y.M.C.A., Youth Governor’s Conference, Luncheon, Washington, D.C., June 28, 1965
205, Press Release, Coal Research Grants, Water Pollution Control, Sewage Treatment, Rand process of coal filtration, pilot plant for W.Va. urged, June 28, 1965
206, Statement, Supplemental farm labor, Apple Growers, etc., Migrant Workers, June 29, 1965
207, Statement, before Senate Subcommittee on Public Buildings and grounds in support of Joint Resolution 76, June 30, 1965
208, Speech, Mountain State Art and Craft Fair, Cedar Lakes, Ripley, W.Va., July 1, 1965
209, Appendix, Dedication of new building of American Roadbuilders Association, Washington, D.C. June 25, 1965
210, Speech, Bunner’s Ridge Park, near Fairmont Independence Day Address, “The Shield of Freedom,” July 4, 1965
212, Speech, W.Va. National League of Postmasters, Huntington, W.Va., July 10, 1965
213, Press Release, Older Americans Act of 1965 strengthen programs of assistance to older citizens, July 7, 1965
214, Youth Science Camp Luncheon, 1965
215, Statement, Railroad Retirement Act, regarding wives’ annuities, spouse’s of railroad railroad workers, July 7, 1965
216, Speech, National Federation of the Blind, Washington, D.C., July 8, 1965
217, Statement, Veterans Administration Hospital in D.C. designated as the Melvin J. Mass Memorial Hospital, July 7, 1965
218, Press Release, Medicare, social security amendments, etc., guest editorial to Huntington Advertiser, July 7, 1965
219, Statement, regarding New Service inaugurated by Allegheny Airlines, July 9, 1965
211, Speech, Groundbreaking Ceremonies for first Appalachian Region Developmental Road segment, Salem, Harrison County, W.Va., July 6, 1965
220, Statement, regarding health needs of the aged, Medicare, Social Security, July 9, 1965
221, Speech, Groundbreaking for Scenic Highway on Kennison Mountain, Pocahontas County, July 10, 1965
222, Cleveland Bailey dies, W.Va., Ex-Congressman, July 14, 1965
223, Statement, in support of S. 2213, Housing and Urban Development Act, July 14, 1965
224, Picture, Senators Randolph, Byrd and Wayne Cline of Petersburg, W.Va., Cerebral Palsy, July 13, 1965
225, Press Release, Comments on Viet Nam and the President’s action, July 14, 1965
226, Dedication, Post Office Building, Gary, W.Va., July 17, 1965
227, Statement, In support of Veteran’s Readjustment Assistance Act, known as the “Cold War” GI Bill, July 16, 1965
228, Press Release, Supplementary farm labor hearings by Labor Subcommittee Apple Growers of Eastern Panhandle attend, July 16, 1965
229, Introduction, Senate John O. Pastore, Order of Sons of Italy Convention, Clarksburg, W.Va., July 19, 1965
230, Picture, McDowell Young students visit Capitol, tour sponsored by Council of Southern Mountains, July 19, 1965
231, Appendix, Address by W.E. Chilton, III, regarding Growing Nationalism in Europe, July 19, 1965
232, Press Release, Higher Education, released by Democratic National Committee, July 22, 1965
233, Press Release, A. James Manchin, State Director, Farmers Home Administration, reports to West Virginia delegation, July 22, 1965
234, Statement, Amendment #364 to Public Works Bill, regarding Rowlesburg Reservoir, July 22, 1965
235, Statement, regarding citizenship program to Goodyear, July 22, 1965
236, Picture, West Virginia Vocational Education Service presents citation to JR, June 7, 1965 (empty)
237, Picture, JR, Robert C. Byrd, Robert Curry, et al., Monongahela Power Company, July 23, 1965 (empty)
238, Press Release, joint statement by JR and Robert C. Byrd, regarding Vietnam editorial in Wheeling paper, July 26, 1965
239, Statement, Big Sandy, Panther Creek Reservoir, flood control, July 27, 1965
240, Beeper Statement, television and radio, regarding federal funds for flood control, Big Sandy and Cheat River projects, July 27, 1965
241, Press Release, regarding flood control bill passed by Senate, Panther Creek Reservoir, Tug Fork, Knox Creek, etc., July 28, 1965
242, Press Release, examination in Bluefield for Washington police, July 28, 1965
243, Picture, Mrs. Glenna Smith, Fairmont, Outstanding Young Career Woman, Business and Professional Women’s Club, with JR and Robert C. Byrd, July 28, 1965
244, Picture, 4-H Clubs, Mercer and Raleigh counties, National 4-H Citizenship Conference, Washington, July 28, 1965
245, Press Release, Rowlesburg Reservoir included in Omnibus Flood Control Bill, July 27, 1965
246, Press Release, Spencer recertified by Housing and Home Finance Agency for community improvement grant, July 29, 1965
247, Speech, Dedication, Masketeers, Inc. Facility, Belington, July 31, 1965
248, Statement, hearings concerning West Fork River, Clarksburg, July 30, 1965
249, Speech, Politics – A Citizenship Responsibility, Four State Press Meeting, Hot Springs, Virginia, July 24, 1965
250, Speech, West Virginia Bankers Association, White Sulphur Springs, July 24, 1965 250, Statement, hearings on HR 242 and S. 2228 regarding temporary summer appointments and overseas teachers pay, August 2, 1965
251, Picture, American Legion Boys Nation, JR and Robert C. Byrd with West Virginia delegates, July 22, 1965
252, Press Release, two West Virginia students receive grants from National Science Foundation, August 3, 1965
253, Press Release, Rand Development Corporation, plans for new coal filtration method of sewage treatment, August 3, 1965
254, Statement, regarding Neighborhood Youth Corps, Subcommittee on Poverty, August 5, 1965
255, Press Release, bill passed by Senate to allow Farmers Home Administration to make grants to rural communities for storage, treatment, and purification of water, July 23, 1965
256, Speech, Democratic Women’s Club, Parkersburg, August 7, 1965
257, Speech, West Virginia Chapter, National Association, Postmasters of the United States, Parkersburg, August 7, 1965
258, Statement, groundbreaking ceremony, Parsons Forest Industries, Parsons, August 11, 1965
259, Speech, American Legion Baseball Tournament, Parkersburg, August 6, 1965
260, Dedication, Huntington Orthopedic Hospital, August 8, 1965
261, Picture, Girls Nation delegates from West Virginia, sponsored by American Legion Auxiliary, August 6, 1965
262, Picture, fruit growers, Eastern Panhandle delegation, JR and Robert C. Byrd (empty), August 7, 1965
Randolph-Sheppard Act for Blind, vending stands, employment of handicapped
263, Article by JR, “The Story of Randoph-Sheppard Act,” 1965
264, Statement, hearings on highway beautification program, S. 2084, August 10, 1965
265, Picture, regarding import quotas on zinc, UMWA representatives and JR (empty), August 10, 1965
Photo, Tom Tinder, Hank Hendrix, West Virginia Soft Drink Association, January 20, 1983
Photo, Howard O’Cull, West Virginia School Boards Association, February 1, 1983
Photo, Nancy Cartmill, West Virginia PTA, February 22, 1983
Photo, West Virginia Delegation, State VFW, March 8, 1983
Photo, Bob Mullate, West Virginia Personnel and Guidance Association, March 22, 1983
Photo, Marvin Gray, West Virginia Service Station Dealers, Huntington, March 22, 1983
Photo, Donald Glasure, Luther Jones, Vietnam Veterans Vigil Committee, March 28, 1983
Photo, West Virginia Cable Association, July 26, 1983
Photo, Washington Dulles Task Force, November 4, 1983


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266, Statement, HR 9075, military pay bill, August 11, 1965
267, Beeper Statement and Press Release, regarding SBA small business loans, August 12, 1965
268, Speech, West Virginia Federation of Democratic Women, Charleston, August 14, 1965
269, Cherry River Navy, Admiral Arleigh Burke, speaker
270, Speech, groundbreaking ceremonies, Princeton Water System, August 17, 1965
271, Beeper, regarding passage of Public works and Economic Development Act of 1965, August 16, 1965
272, Statement, Economic Opportunity amendments of 1965, West Virginia projects listed, August 17, 1965
273, Press Release, JR and Robert C. Byrd, appropriations for public works for West Virginia projects, dams and reservoirs, August 17, 1965
274, Speech, Mayors Association, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland, August 19, 1965
275, Beeper Statement, regarding passage of Economic Opportunity amendments of 1965, August 19, 1965
276, Speech, Hager Reunion, Ramage, August 22, 1965
277, Press Release, JR elected to Board of Trustees of Southeastern University, August 19, 1965
278, Appendix, young educators honored, Washington, August 23, 1965
279, Picture, West Virginia essay contest winners, International Association of Rexall Clubs, Sandra Sue Sizemore and Dennis S. Poe, August 24, 1965
280, Statement, regarding authorizations for additional grades/positions in agencies, S. 2393, August 25, 1965
281, Dedication, Women’s Job Corps Center, Charleston, August 25, 1965
282, Dedication, West Virginia State Fair, Lewisburg, August 22, 1965
283, Speech, Allied Paper Corporation, plant tour, Petersburg, August 27, 1965
284, Press Release, insurance policy for military personnel in combat zones, August 26, 1965
285, Statement, celebrating completion of Ohio County Water System, West Liberty State College, August 27, 1965
286, Appendix, Women’s Job Corps Center dedicated, Charleston, August 26, 1965
287, Groundbreaking, Mountaintop Vacationland, Terra Alta, August 28, 1965
288, Beeper Statement, regarding report by Senate subcommittee on education bill, August 27, 1965
289, Press Release, requests Department of Labor recruit workers for apple harvest, August 28, 1965
290, Press Release coal research, pilot plant for Rand Development Corporation, Cleveland; sewage treatment plant using coal, August 30, 1965
290A, Hillbilly, regarding note from JR, Son and Daughter Award, West Virginia Society, August 14, 1965
291, Statement/Press Release, regarding Higher Education Act of 1965, September 2, 1965
292, Beeper Statement, Citizens Scholarship Foundation, New Martinsville, September 2, 1965
293, Dedication, Pike Island Locks and Dam, Wheeling, September 3, 1965
294, Speech, Labor Day, Parkersburg, September 6, 1965
295, Speech, Braxton County Homecoming, Sutton Airport, September 5, 1965
296, Speech, Soil Conservation Society of America, Jackson’s Mill, September 11, 1965
297, Speech, Public Utilities Association, White Sulphur Springs, September 17, 1965
298, Dedication, Union Post Office, September 18, 1965
300, Television program, Mark Evans and Jack Bell featured JR in report on 89th Congress, September 19, 1965
301, Tape, “Randolph Reports,” September 20, 1965
302, Hearings, Civil Service Subcommittee, women to have appointments on same conditions and compensation as men, September 21, 1962
303, Dedication, Glen Alice Improvement Association, Brounland, September 6, 1965
304, Appendix, West Virginia’s Salem College, article in Parade Magazine, September 10, 1965
305, Campaign Strategy and Goals for JR, 1966
306, Press Release, application for funds to train workers under Manpower Development and Training Act, Pocahontas Furniture Company, Marlinton, September 21, 1965
307, Statement/Press Release, Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, September 22, 1965
308, Appendix, handicapped postal employee, John W. Fisher to receive superior achievement certificate, September 23, 1965
309, Press Release, apple growers permitted to use foreign workers in apple harvest, September 22, 1965
310, Press Release, foreign dignitaries to visit Harpers Ferry, September 25, 1965
311, Picture, JR and Madame Chiang Kai Shek, luncheon, September 23, 1965
312, Tape, JR talks to William L. Young regarding President John F. Kennedy, Kennedy Library, Weirton, July 5, 1965
313, Medicare, Washington Report, by JR, September 1965
314, Press Release, Farmers Home Administration grants for water systems and sewage disposal for towns with population less than 5,500, September 27, 1965
315, Picture, Elkins Industrial Development Association, regarding loan for Metalab Company, September 27, 1965
316, Picture, Tom Lilley, Bluefield, nominated to become director of Export-Import Bank, Washington, September 24, 1965
317, Introduction of Senator Vance Hartke, Young Democratic Club barbecue, Martinsburg, September 25, 1965
318, Reprints, regarding passage of road beautification program, September 1965
319, Press Release, beautification program and scenic development, September 1965
320, Press Release, Vocational Rehabilitation Act, amendments of 1965, September 28, 1965
321, Broadcast Service, campaign material for television and radio, September 1965
322, Speech, Young Democratic Club picnic, Marlinton, September 12, 1965
323, Press Release, regarding steel imports, September 30, 1965
324, Press Release, co-sponsor of bill with Senator Clark to prohibit mailing of matter on envelopes, etc. which defames racial, religious or ethnic groups, September 30, 1965
325, Memorandum to Governor Tawes regarding Potomac River Basin Advisory Committee, September 9, 1965
326, Speech, Education and A Changing World,” West Virginia Classroom Teachers Association, Jackson’s Mill, October 2, 1965
327, Speech, West Virginia Retail Grocers Association, Huntington, October 3, 1965
328, Speech, American Association of State Highway Officials, New York, October 3, 1965
329, Press Release, Federal grant to State of West Virginia for outdoor recreation planning, October 4, 1965
330, Senator Daniel Inouye, Young Democrats, Beckley (empty), 1965
331, Beeper, Tribute to Columbus Day, Celebration of Weirtonian Lodge, Italian Sons and Daughters, October 5, 1965
332, Speech by Governor Hulett Smith, Oil and Gas Association program, Jackson’s Mill, October 1, 1965
333, Speech, Airline Dispatchers Association, Miami Beach, October 13, 1965
334, Introduction of Secretary of Commerce John T. Connor, Morgantown Glassware Exhibit, October 10, 1965
335, Press Release Corning Glass Works, Martinsburg, October 5, 1965
336, Introduction of Senator Birch Bayh, Italian Sons and Daughters, Weirton, October 9, 1965
337, Speech, Medicare Victory Rally, Senior Citizens Council, Charleston, October 12, 1965
338, Press Release, Job Training Program, Clarksburg, October 11, 1965
339, Statement, reprints from Congressional Record, Vietnam, Harris Poll, September 13, 1965
340, Statement, zinc imports, October 8, 1965
341, Statement, Highway Beautification Bill, recommend Senate concur with House amendments to S. 2084, October 13, 1965
342, Press Release, Post Office and Civil Service Committee report favorable on Armed Forces – free mail service, October 14, 1965
343, Appendix, Coal Tour, National Coal Policy Conference, speech by John Corcoran, Wheeling, October 14, 1965
344, Biographical material, comments on his legislative programs, etc., October 14, 1965
345, Press Release, “Man of the Year” Award, by D. C. Trucking Association, Washington, October 16, 1965
346, Speech, National Association of Air Traffic Specialists, Denver, October 19, 1965
347, Speech, West Virginia Pulp and Paper meeting, Marriott Motel, Washington, October 18, 1965
348, Press Release, regarding student demonstration on Vietnam, October 20, 1965
349, Press Release, Library Services Act, Kanawha County library benefits from the Appalachian Regional Commission, October 22, 1965
350, Beeper, zinc import restriction terminated, Matthiessen and Hegeler Zinc Company, October 22, 1965


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351, Press Release, county chairmen visit Capitol, meetings, pictures, October 22, 1965
352, Introduction, “Raymond Hare Day,” United Nations Day, Martinsburg, October 23, 1965
353, Appendix, report by Ruth Cowan Nash, National Youth Conference, Rural Youth, October 11, 1965
354, Speech, West Virginia Congress of Parents and Teachers State Convention, Parkersburg, October 28, 1965
355, Speech, West Virginia Labor Federation (AFL-CIO), Huntington, October 29, 1965
356, Dedication, Anthony Job Corps Conservation Center, Neola, October 31, 1965
357, Picture, ribbon cutting ceremony, first train to carry students to Harpers Ferry national Historical Park (empty), November 1, 1965
358, Introduction of Senator Robert Kennedy, unveiling of President John F. Kennedy memorial, Weirton, November 4, 1965
359, Wheeling Creek Watershed Meeting, November 3, 1965
360, Speech, Chemists Association, Washington, November 1, 1965
361, Testimonial banquet, honoring JR, Morgantown, November 6, 1965
362, Television program, “Youth Wants to Know,” November 13, 1965
363, Appendix, Wax Museum, Harpers Ferry, October 22, 1965
364, Presentation, Casey Jones mementos, American Legion Post #6, Hinton, November 11, 1965
365, Introduction of Senator Harrison A. Williams, Jr., American Affairs Forum, West Virginia State College, Institute, November 5, 1965
366, Tape/Film, Vice President Hubert Humphrey, with students of West Virginia State College, regarding petition in support of President Lyndon B. Johnson, November 9, 1965
367, Speech, Kanawha River Basin Study, Water Resource Development, Charleston, November 16, 1965
368, Speech, Chamber of Commerce Dinner, Summersville, November 16, 1965
369, Introduction of Secretary of the Navy Paul H. Nitze, Veterans Day, Welch (empty), November 11, 1965
370, Speech, Ohio Valley College Moral Fitness, Vienna, November 20, 1965
371, Speech, Young Democratic meeting, “The Fabulous 89th,” Fayetteville, November 20, 1965
372, Speech, “The Home Economist and the War on Poverty,” West Virginia Workshop, home economics, Cedar Lakes, November 19, 1965
373, Statement, regarding Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, November 16, 1965
374, Beeper Statement, regarding United Nations turning down request of Red China, November 17, 1965
375, Speech, Freedom Shrine Presentation, Clarksburg Exchange Club, Roosevelt-Wilson High School, November 19, 1965
376, Dedication, I-77 part of interstate system, Parkersburg, November 22, 1965
377, Press Release, Economic Development Administration to have regional office in Huntington, November 18, 1965
378, Workshop, Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965, Eugene Foley, guest, Athens, November 23, 1965
379, Dedication, Logan County Courthouse, Logan, November 19, 1965
380, Annual Fall Conference, West Virginia Association of College and University Presidents, November 22, 1965
381, Status of West Virginia in economic opportunity program, November 9, 1965
382, Speech, testimonial dinner for JR, Rowlesburg Dam, December 4, 1965
383, Article regarding JR, Agenda Magazine, November 1965
384, Dedication, “Disease Free Hog Installation,” Reedsville, December 4, 1965
385, Press Release, Norfolk and Newport News harbors channel deepening, December 8, 1965
386, Speech, small business hearing on loan programs, December 15, 1965
387, Speech, regarding water conservation and pollution control, Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, December 17, 1965
388, Article regarding Post Office department, Look Magazine, December 1965
389, Press Release, sewage treatment, coal filtration, Rand process, December 1965
390, Press Release, ARC announces grant to West Virginia to implement district activities, December 15, 1965 (empty)
391, Water pollution hearings, Parkersburg, December 16, 1965
392, Press Release, regarding memorandum to President Lyndon Johnson regarding Appalachian problems, Vietnam, etc., December 30, 1965
393, Press Release, regarding memorandum to President Lyndon Johnson concerning priority economic and development needs of West Virginia, December 31, 1965
394, Press Release, regarding small business loan funds, December 17, 1965
395, Guidelines for West Virginia Economic Opportunity Act, December 1965
396, Article, Look Magazine, regarding poverty of West Virginia family, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Currence, December 1965
397, Dedication, I-64 section, Huntington, December 21, 1965
398, International Crossroads Breakfast, Washington, December 26, 1965
399, Elkins High School Christmas program, December 22, 1965
400, Dedication, I-6 4 section, Huntington, December 21, 1965
400A, Article, Agenda Magazine, about JR, November 1965
Miscellaneous Programs, 1966


Box SP25

401, Dedication, Ceredo Post Office, January 8, 1966
402, Speech, Building Owners and Managers Association, Washington, January 12, 1966
402A, Speech by John W. Gardner, Secretary of HEW, Civil Service Commission anniversary ceremony 403, Testimonial, Senator chosen as “Statesman of West Virginia, by Negro Community groups In the Kanawha Valley, Charleston, January 8, 1966
404, Speech, Scrap Iron and Steel Convention, Washington, D.C., January 11, 1966
405, Speech, New York State Monument Builders, Grossinger’s, Libert, N.Y., January 11, 1966
406, Speech, In the U.S. Senate, regarding Jet service at National Airport, January 14, 1966
407, Speech, West Virginia Jamboree, Campaign W.Va. Heart Association, January 15, 1966
408, Press Release, Senator Randolph announces re-election plans, January 20, 1966
409, Press Release, Economic Opportunity grants, Barbour and Wayne County, Kee, Randolph and Byrd, January 13, 1966
410, Press Release, regarding imports of sheet glass, Telegram to the President by Byrd and Randolph, January 13, 1966
411, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Commission approved grants for roads, Harrison and Fayette County developmental roads, improving, January 14, 1966
412, Speech and Press Release, Economic Development Administration Office opened in Huntington, W.Va., January 21, 1966
413, Speech, Associated General Contractors of W.Va., Charleston, W.Va., January 22, 1966
414, Speech, Breakfast Meeting of the Estate Planning Council of Huntington, Huntington, W.Va., January 21, 1966
415, Speech, Legislative Conference with Downtown Wheeling Associates, Wheeling, W.Va., January 22, 1966
416, Speech, Senator’s stand on repeal, Sec. 14(b) of Taft-Hartley Act, January, 1966
417, Speech, AFL-CIO Area Cope Conference, Washington, D.C., January 23, 1966
418, Press Release, to Carl McCardle, regarding Testimonial dinner for Jennings Randolph Vietnam views and Appalachian aid for Wheeling area, January 21, 1966
419, Press Release, Statement by Senator Randolph on the President’s Budget, January 24, 1966
420, Press Release, regarding War on Poverty, hearings probing impact of anti-poverty effort on elderly citizens, January 26, 1966
421, Press Release, Statement by Jennings Randolph regarding bombing of Hanoi and Vietnam, January 25, 1966
422, Beeper, James Manchin, Director of the Farmers Home Administration, announces loan to Brooke County for construction of a new water system, January 26, 1966
423, Statement, to Small Business Committee regarding small business loans, etc., January 27, 1966
424, Press Release, Howard Howe II, U.S. Commissioner of Education, former Weirton resident, January 27, 1966
425, Dedication, Roane County Court House, Spencer, W.Va., January 28, 1966
426, Prayer, Luncheon, Charleston, W.Va., Governor’s Conference on “The Community,” January 28, 1966
427, Press Release, Academy nominations announced by Senator Randolph, January 28, 1966
428, Beeper and Press Release, Jennings Randolph urged assistance to assist in snow Emergency, February 2, 1966
429, Statement and Press Release, regarding Vietnam resolution, Javits and Randolph, February 2, 1966
430, Statement, Air and Water Pollution Control Tax Incentive for Industrial investments In facilities to control and abate environmental pollution, February 1, 1966
431, Statement, Beautification Guidelines regarding Billboards, etc., February 4, 1966
432, Speech, West Virginia Alpine Festival Winter Vacation’s, skiing, “Little Switzerland,” February 4, 1966
433, Speech, Groundbreaking, Valley Falls Public Service District, water system, February 6, 1966
434, Speech, International Association of Machinists Conference, February 9, 1966
435, Appendix, regarding article by George W. Ball on Vietnam involvement in the Washington Post, February 7, 1966
436, Introduction, R. Sargent Shriver, Director of OEO Morgantown, W.Va., at 99th Birthday of West Virginia University, February 5, 1966
437, Appendix, 142nd Anniversary of the birth of Stonewall Jackson, January 27, 1966
438, Appendix, Sam Huff, praises Armed Services in Vietnam, February 4, 1966
439, Statement, regarding residual oil dumping outlawed by Venezuela Government article from United Mine Workers, February 4, 1966
440, Statement, Small Business Administration regarding business loans, February 8, 1966
441, Press Release, regarding Federal Communication Commission in regard to T.V. viewers, CATV owners and operators, February 8, 1966
442, Press Release, F. Alvin Webb, appointed Regional Director of Post Office Affairs and Operations, February 9, 1966
443, Statement, regarding repeal of 14(b), Statistics Right-to-Work states, February 8, 1966
444, Press Release, Rand sewage treatment plant for Jefferson County, February 9, 1966
445, Senator Randolph compliments Senator Holland regarding his speech in participation in the program of the Mississippi Valley Association, Navigation, Rivers and Harbours, etc., February 10, 1966
446, Appendix, Monongahela Power Company annual luncheon, February 10, 1966
447, Article, “I am the Nation” from the Dominion-News, Morgantown, W.Va., February 1, 1966
448, Article, by the Senator regarding Appalachian Act, Reprint from American County Government, January 1966
449, Statement, Hearings on H.R. 1647, “Back Pay Act” Civil Service Committee, February 17, 1966
450, Speech, “Salute to Steel” Garibaldi Club, Follansbee, W.Va., February 19, 1966
452, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Education Laboratory, February 16, 1966
453, Introduction, Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson, Denver, Colorado, February 23, 1966
454, Article, Right of Way magazine by Senator Randolph “Congressional Activity in the Highway Field,” February, 1966
455, Press Release, Library Services and Construction Act Amendments of 1966, February 18, 1966
456, Picture, Disabled American Veterans, Parkersburg and Senator Randolph, February 8, 1966
457, West Virginia Avenue in D.C. comments by Senator Randolph, February 18, 1966
458, Press Release, Governor Smith and Senator Randolph regarding project approvals under Economic Development and Economic Opportunity programs, February 21, 1966
459, Letter and Statistics regarding sulphur content in coal, air pollution, Clean Air Act, February 24-25, 1966
460, Beeper, regarding Thomas W. Harvey, appointment as Deputy Administrator of the Economic Development Administration, February 25, 1966
461, Statement, Subcommittee on Civil Service Hearings on S. 2206, March 1, 1966
462, Press Release, regarding coal, pipeline gas from coal, hydrogasification, February 28, 1966
463, Press Release, Coal research, liquids and char from coal, coal by pipeline, February 28, 1966
464, McNamara, Pat, The Pat McNamara story, McNamara will retire, 1966
465, Press Release, Employment and manpower committee, regarding pilots needed in the air transport industry, March 1, 1966
466, Press Release, Defense Education Act regarding student loan program, March 1, 1966
467, Award, to Senator Randolph by the Aviation Club, March 1, 1966 468, Beeper Statement, “GI Bill” of 1966, signed into law, White House Ceremony, March 3, 1966
469, Speech, Stirrat P.T.A. Stirrat, W.Va., regarding elementary and secondary education Act of 1965, March 5, 1966
470, Press Release, Dedication Welch Post Office remarks regarding Vietnam, March 5, 1966
471, Press Release, regarding restudy of West Fork Flood Control Act, Reservoirs, March 3, 1966
472, Press Release, Program, Farmers Home Administration, Soil Conservation Service, Department of Agriculture, March 4, 1966
474, Tape, American Legion Conference, Washington, D.C., March 2, 1966
475, Picture, Senator Randolph and Air Force Academy Cadets, Colorado Springs, March 4, 1966
476, Press Release, Statement by Senator regarding failure to anti-poverty program, March 3, 1966
477, Press Release, Amendment to tax bill to bring person over 70 under Social Security, Prouty, March 8, 1966
479, Beeper, Linda Sue Powers, Beckley, W.Va., Science Award winner, contest by Westinghouse Electric Corporation, March 8, 1966
480, Speech and Press Release, International Union Operating Engineers, Jackson’s Mill, W.Va., March 11, 1966


Box SP26

481, Speech and Press Release, Hospital Accountants, Charleston, W.Va., March 11, 1966
482, Introduction, of Senator Frank Carlson, Governor’s Prayer Breakfast, Charleston, W.Va., March 10, 1966
483, Press Release, National Science Foundation awarded Graduate and Summer Fellowship to West Virginians, March 11, 1966
484, Speech, Sunday Evening Club, National Presbyterian Church, Washington, D.C., March 13, 1966
485, Tape, Social Security, Medicare, Conference with Peter Corning, March 15, 1966
486, Panel Discussion, with Association, General Contractors of America, Washington, D.C., March 15, 1966
487, Speech, Rehabilitation Association Conference, Cedar Lakes, W.Va., April 5, 1966
488, Statement, Hearings on “The Highway Safety Act of 1966,” March 29, 1966
489, Speech, Rotary Club, Washington, D.C., March 30, 1966
490, Speech, Textile Workers, Washington, D.C., March 30, 1966
491, Speech, Associated Pennsylvania Constructors, Atlantic City, N.J., April 1, 1966
492, Speech, W.Va. District Convention of KEY CLUBS, Junior Kiwanis, Wheeling, W.Va., April 2, 1966
493, Speech, Soil Conservation Conference, Cacapon Lodge, Cacapon, W.Va., April 4, 1966
494, Statement and Press Release, regarding Naval Academy, 7 Washington Post Articles, April 7, 1966
495, Tape, regarding inflation, “Meet the Candidate,” Moundsville, W.Va., April 7, 1966
496, Appendix, Senator Douglas placed in the record the Senator’s speech on Rehabilitation, April 7, 1966
497, Introduction, Senator Fred Harris, Clarksburg, W.Va., Democratic Candidates Dinner, April 4, 1966
498, Speech, D. C. Highway Users Conference, Washington, D.C., April 11, 1966
499, Speech, Safety Conference, Charleston, W.Va., “Salesmanship in Safety,” April 12, 1966
500, Reprint, Coal and Electric utilities jointly sponsor Air Pollution “Research Program,” April 6, 1966
501, Program, William Randolph Hearst Foundation, Senate Youth Program, April 7, 196
502, Speech, Huntington Ashland Council of Navy League, Huntington, W.Va., April 15, 1966
503, Speech, World Affairs Institute, Morgantown, W.Va., April 15, 1966
504, Speech, Ground breaking ceremony, Dam, New Martinsville, W.Va., April 16, 1966
505, Press Release, Naval Academy Investigation, April 15, 1966
506, Speech, Democratic Dinner, Keyser, W.Va., Mineral County, April 16, 1966
507, Speech, Hearings on Air and Water Pollution
508, Introduction, George Love, Morgantown, W.Va., Chamber of Commerce Dinner, April 20, 1966
509, Press Release, regarding Benedum Airport and Lake Central Airlines, April 20, 1966
510, Dedication, Alum Creek Post Office, Lincoln County, April 23, 1966
511, Speech, Carbide Hunting and Fishing Club, South Charleston, W.Va., April 22, 1966
512, Speech, White House, regarding flat glass tariff, imports, April 22, 1966
513, Introduction, Senate Inouye, Democratic Dinner, Moundsville, W.Va., April 23, 1966
514, Speech, Syracuse, N.Y., Carrier Corporation, Education and The Citizen and His Government, April 26 1966
515, Death, Louis Johnson, former Secretary of Defense, April 27, 1966
516, Speech, Basic Speech, “Inflation,” April, 1966
517, Introduction, of Senator Birch Bayh, Salem College, Salem, W.Va., April 25, 1966
518, Tribute, to Senator Pat McNamara deceased, May 2, 1966
519, Statement, Hearings, Federal Employees Compensation Act, Labor and Public Welfare Committee, May 3, 1966
520, Press Release, Rent subsidies to the needy Senator Randolph voted for, April 30, 1966


Box SP27

521, John Sweeney speaker at Huntington, W.Va., Chamber of Commerce, April 28, 1966
521, NATO, Senate hearings, May 4, 1966
522, Speech, Tulsa Chamber of Commerce, Better Broiler Forum, May 5, 1966
523, Press Release, Jennings Randolph elected chairman, Public Works Committee, May 5, 1966
524, Press Release, amend Cold War GI Bill to secure provisions for flight training, May 5, 1966
525, Speech, Arts and Crafts Fair, Widen, May 7, 1966
526, Tape, Television, national and international issues discussed, May 4, 1966
527, Beeper, regarding appointment of Honorable Bernard Boutin, Administrator, Small Business Administration, May 9, 1966
528, Tape, Discussed voting, airports, reservoirs and inflation, WBOY, Clarksburg, May 6, 1966
529, Hearings, Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1966, May 11, 1966
530, Press Release, Federal Airport Act, 20th Anniversary, statistics regarding airports, etc., May 13, 1966
531, Dr. William H. Stewart, United States Surgeon General, speaker, Cancer Crusade, Morgantown, May 3, 1966
532, Press Release, President signed Rent Supplementation and National Teacher Corps programs, May 13, 1966
533, Introduction of Leroy Collins, Secretary of Commerce, Industry Rally, Huntington, May 14, 1966
534, Sleepy Glenn Award, “33” Club, Charleston, speaker Sam Huff, introduction by Jennings Randolph, May 16, 1966
535, Speech, Osteopath Convention, Charleston, May 17, 1966
536, Press Release, Jennings Randolph urges support of Test-Ban Treaty-nuclear weapons should be limited, May 17, 1966
537, Speech, AFL-CIO, Appalachian Manpower Conference, Morgantown, introduction of Willard Wirtz, Secretary of Labor, May 20, 1966
538, Press Release, Stonewall Jackson Dam and Reservoir, favorable report in review by Appalachian Regional Commission, May 19, 1966
539, Press Release, RAND Development Corporation, sewage and industrial waste treatment with coal, May 19, 1966
540, Press Release, Science and Technology, Small Business Committee, May 20, 1966
541, Press Release, NATO, May 26, 1966
542, Speech, commencement, Maryville College, Maryville, Tennessee, June 1, 1966
543, Introduction, West Virginia Wesleyan College, speaker, Stewart Udall, Secretary of the Interior, May 29, 1966
544, Speech, DuPont High School Commencement, May 31, 1966
545, Press Release, Wheeling Municipal Auditorium grant supported by Jennings Randolph, June 1, 1966
546, Speech, commencement, Alderson-Broaddus College, Philippi, June 6, 1966
547, Speech, Dedication, Summersville Post Office, June 4, 1966
548, Speech, Concord College Alumni meeting, Athens, June 4, 1966
549, Awards, to JR, from Alderson-Broaddus College, West Virginia Wesleyan College, and Maryville College, Tennessee, June 4, 1966
550, Press Release, Neighborhood Youth Projects under Economic Opportunity Act, June 7, 1966
551, Press Release, HEW grants for West Virginia education, Older Americans Act, colleges, June 7, 1966
552, Press Release, Farmers Day Celebration, Union, June 8, 1966
553, Tape, JR and Robert C. Byrd, regarding Appalachia and highways, June 8, 1966
554, Speech and Prayer by Strom Thurmond, Senate Prayer Breakfast, March 30, 1966
554A, Beeper, grant from EDA for Wheeling Municipal Auditorium, June 9, 1966
555, Press Release, West Virginia Forest Industry, Hardwood, Welch, June 10, 1966
556, Beeper, grants to colleges and grant for work training, June 9, 1966
557, Speech, Postal Supervisors, Huntington, June 10, 1966
558, Press Release, “Past 80 Party,” Richwood, June 11, 1966
559, JR attended Strawberry Festival, Buckhannon, June 11, 1966
560, Father’s Day, Resolution by JR, June 14, 1966
561, Beeper, regarding air pollution problems in Ohio Valley, June 14, 1966
562, Speech, Alcohol Studies, Morris Harvey College, Charleston, June 16, 1966


Box SP28

563, Speech, Rural Letter Carriers Association, Morgantown, June 17, 1966
564, Speech, clean water, Izaak Walton League, College Park, Maryland, June 17, 1966
565, Speech, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Parkersburg, June 18, 1966
566, Press Release, grant for mental retardation planning, June 15, 1966
567, Speech, Randolph-Sheppard Act anniversary, luncheon by Lions Club to honor JR, June 20, 1966
568, Introduction, Senator Warren Magnuson, Democratic dinner, Charleston, June 18, 1966
569, Charleston Gazette questions and JR answers on Vietnam, June 22, 1966
570, Beeper, regarding grant for Martinsburg Public Library Building, June 22, 1966
571, Speech, Middle Island Creek Arts and Crafts Fair, Middlebourne, June 24, 1966
572, Statement, regarding amendment to Federal Highway Safety Act of 1966, June 24, 1966
573, Senate Prayer breakfast, Senator Frank Carlson, speaker, June 22, 1966
574, Religious Heritage of America, annual awards dinner, Washington, June 23, 1966
575, Testimonial Dinner for F. Alvin Webb, Director, Post Office Department, Charleston, May 14, 1966
576, Statement, regarding bonds, TVA hearings, June 28, 1966
577, Speech, United States Senate, coal research and nuclear electric power, June 30, 1966
578, Letter to Sargent Shriver, regarding poverty programs in West Virginia, June 28, 1966
579, Dedication, ribbon-cutting ceremony, Interstate 81, Hagerstown, Maryland, June 30, 1966
580, Speech, regarding amendment, National Air and Space Museum, June 30, 1966
581, Statement, JR views on North Vietnamese oil targets, June 30, 1966
581A, Speech, Boys State, Jackson’s Mill, June 28, 1966
581B, Appendix, George Washington High School receives Pacemaker Award, June 30, 1966
582, Press Release, JR appointment to chair Subcommittee on Veterans Affairs, July 6, 1966
582A, National Youth Science Camp, July 1966
583, Press Release and Comments, regarding sewage system in Jefferson County and Rand system using coal, July 7, 1966
584, Speech, Weirton 4th of July parade, Weirton, July 4, 1966
585, Press Release, sewage disposal of sludge, coal filtration method for sewage, water pollution control programs, July 7, 1966
586, Press Release, Ross D. Davis appointed administrator, Economic Development Administration, July 7, 1966
587, Speech, dedication of statue to American coal miner, Farmington, July 10, 1966
588, Speech, United States Senate, regarding S. 3112, air pollution, July 12, 1966
589, Prayer, Governor’s Breakfast, Rayburn Building, Washington, July 12, 1966
590, Speech, United States Senate, regarding S. 2949, water pollution, July 13, 1966
591, Speech/Press Release, food stamp program, July 14, 1966
592, Speech, Cabell County Small Business Development Center, Huntington, July 15, 1966
593, Dedication, Federal Building and Post Office, White Sulphur Springs, July 16, 1966
594, Press Release, regarding airline strike, July 14, 1966
594A, Picture, Airport and Aircraft Utilization and Development, July 17, 1966
595, Speech, Scrap Dealers Association, White Sulphur Springs, July 15, 1966
596, Statement, foreign aid program, JR supports one year authorization, July 18, 1966
597, Speech, Association of General Contractors, White Sulphur Springs, July 16, 1966
598, Picture and Press Release, JR with Robert C. Byrd and Dr. Paul A. Miller, assistant secretary of HEW, July 22, 1966
599, Statement, JR supports Senator Bayh amendment, steel industry, July 21, 1966
600, Appendix, National Petroleum Council, Stewart L. Udall, speaker, July 22, 1966
601, Speech, National Association of Postmasters, Wheeling, July 23, 1966
602, Speech, West Virginia Poultry Association, Moorefield, July 28, 1966
603, Speech, American Humanics Foundation, Kansas City, Missouri, July 29, 1966
604, Press Release, education television for West Virginia, August 2, 1966
605, Statement, TVA bill, July 27, 1966
606, Record, TVA bill, July 27, 1966
607, Press Release, Federal Highway Expenditure Authorization Bill for 1968-1969, July 28, 1966
608, Press Release, VISTA mental health workers in West Virginia, August 1, 1966
609, Speech, West Virginia Pharmaceutical Association, White Sulphur Springs, August 2, 1966
610, Beeper, VISTA mental health drive in West Virginia, August 3, 1966
611, Speech, Legislative and Political Action Conference, Parkersburg, August 5, 1966
612, Press Release, Legislative and Political Action Conference, Parkersburg, August 5, 1966
613, Hearing, House Agriculture Committee, Upper Buffalo Creek Watershed (Marion County), August 5, 1966
614, Press Release, FHA programs announced, A. James Manchin, August 25, 1966
615, Article by Jack Anderson regarding Vietnam, Parade Magazine, August 1966
616, West Virginia Conference of Democratic Candidates, Wheeling, August 15, 1966
617, Appendix, article by Edward Peeks, Charleston Gazette Mail regarding Hill-Burton in West Virginia, August 12, 1966
618, Speech, swimming pool dedication, Pine Grove, August 20, 1966 (empty)
619, Young Democrats Convention, Parkersburg, August 20, 1966
620, Speech, United States Senate, Appalachian Development, August 24, 1966
621, Speech, West Virginia Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO, Charleston, August 27, 1966


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622, Article by Al Steinberg, regarding Jennings Randolph and Randolph/Sheppard Act, success limited, October 1966, August 8, 1966
623, Harper’s Ferry, remarks by George B. Hartzog, Jr., 50th anniversary, August 25, 1966
624, Basic Speech, regarding crime, August 1966
625, Speech, American Legion Convention, Washington, August 26, 1966
626, Speech, Order of AHEPA, 40th Anniversary, Hancock Chapter, Weirton, September 4, 1966
627, Speech, Sutton Airport, Braxton Homecoming, September 4, 1966
628, Dedication of Summersville Dam, President Lyndon Johnson, speaker, September 3, 1966
629, Speech, United Mine Workers of America, District 17, Smithers, September 5, 1966
630, Basic Speech, Vietnam and the campaign, August 1966
631, Basic Speech, economics and the election campaign, August 1966
632, Speech, Steel Workers Legislative and Political Action Conference, Parkersburg, August 5, 1966
633, Speech, Tuberculosis and Health Association, Charleston, September 7, 1966
634, Speech, National Association of State Aviation Officials, Wheeling, September 7, 1966
635, Press Release, Appalachian Developmental Road Allocations to West Virginia, grant to Greenbrier County area, September 9, 1966
636, Introduction, Honorable Patrick Gordon Walker, Tax Speech, England, White Sulphur Springs, August 28, 1966
637, Introduction, Senator William Proxmire, Parkersburg, September 10, 1966
638, Dedication, Federal Building, Parsons, September 10, 1966
639, Speech, Queen crowned by Jennings Randolph, Fort Ashby Fair, August 3, 1966
640, Dedication, Vepco Station, Mount Storm, August 19, 1966
641, Dedication, Midland Water System, Elkins, September 10, 1966
642, Memorandum, Introductory material for Robert E. Lee Hall, National Coal and Bituminous Coal Research Meeting, Pittsburgh, September 15, 1966
643, Reprints, Congressional Record, Jennings Randolph statement on crime, August 1966
644, Speech, C&O and B&O YMCA System Council, Baltimore, September 13, 1966
645, Press Release, picture of Jennings Randolph, Hubert Humphrey, and Richard Neely, September 14, 1966
646, Speech, Coal Research Institute, National Coal Association meeting, Pittsburgh, September 15, 1966
647, Speech, State Water Festival, Hinton, September 15, 1966
648, Press Release, Jennings Randolph ideas on cloture and filibuster, September 17, 1966
649, Speech, Outdoor Advertising Institute, New York, September 21, 1966
650, Testimonial Dinner honoring Jennings Randolph, Senator Robert Kennedy, speaker, Follansbee, September 22, 1966
651, Basic Speech, inflation and Vietnam policy, used at Bluefield and Wheeling, September 24, 1966
652, Press Release, drought assistance for farmers announced by Secretary of Agriculture, September 22, 1966
652A, Speech, Boone County Democratic meeting, Madison, September 22, 1966
653, Press Release, Soil Conservation Service, 31st anniversary, September 23, 1966
654, Speech, Bonds for Israel Rally, Lodge of B’nai B’rith, Parkersburg, September 25, 1966
655, Beeper, Dollars for Scholars Fund Drive, New Martinsville, September 27, 1966
656, Press Release, Justice Reservoir (R. D. Bailey), to support funds for construction, September 28, 1966
657, West Virginia Feed Dealers Association, Jackson’s Mill, September 28, 1966
658, Press Release, feasibility study to combat acid mine drainage and water pollution, September 28, 1966
659, Press Release, JR introduction of Senator Joseph S. Clark, Weirton, October 2, 1966
660, Beeper, greetings to Preston County Buckwheat Festival, Kingwood, September 29, 1966
661, Introduction of Postmaster General L. F. O’Brien, dedication of Wheeling Post Office, October 1, 1966
662, Beeper, Capitol Hill with Mutual News, regarding Handicapped Week, October 3, 1966
663, Press Release and Picture, Weston delegation, regarding Stonewall Jackson Dam and Reservoir, October 5, 1966
664, Picture, EDA loan for Summersville Convalescent Hospital, October 4, 1966
665, Press Release, land acquisition, for R. D. Bailey Dam and Reservoir (formerly Justice), October 3, 1966


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666, Press Release, telegram to Wendell Reynolds, Huntington Advertiser, regarding airport, October 4, 1966
667, Press Release, regarding airports, Huntington and Charleston, October 5, 1966
668, Press Release, regarding Watershed Report, Wheeling Creek, October 4, 1966
669, Press Release, “Festival of Ideas,” Morgantown, October 4, 1966
670, Picture, JR regarding legislation by John Baer, campaign material, October 5, 1966
671, Picture, JR and John Burzio, who will speak at Sons of Italy meeting, Clarksburg, October 5, 1966
672, Press Release, Federal and Post Office Building approved for Morgantown, October 6, 1966
673, Press Release, Elementary and Secondary Education Act, October 6, 1966
674, Questions and Answers by JR, Marbon Chemical Company, October 6, 1966
675, Press Release, Urban Renewal Administration announced grant for Parkersburg, October 7, 1966
675A, Press Release, airport issue, Kanawha/Tri-State, October 10, 1966
676, Television Tape/Debate with Love, Charleston, October 9, 1966
677, Speech, Democratic Dinner, Weston, October 8, 1966
678, Introduction of Senator Joseph Tydings, Democratic meetings at Elkins, Moorefield, Clarksburg, Philippi, Fairmont, October 11, 1966
679, Mountain State Forest Festival, Vice President Hubert Humphrey attended, Elkins, October 8, 1966
680, Picture, Absentee Voters Bureau, Mrs. Harley Kilgore, Washington, October 12, 1966
681, Speech, Boy Scout Award, Elkins, October 11, 1966
682, Speech, West Virginia Student Education Association, Jackson’s Mill, October 15, 1966
683, Beeper, Stonewall Jackson Reservoir for Flood Control in West Fork Basin, given approval by Senate, October 14, 1966
684, Speech and Press Release, Walnut Festival, hospital and airports discussed, Spencer, October 14, 1966
685, Press Release, Post Office Department, regarding home mail delivery, October 17, 1966
686, Press Release, Jennings Randolph Committees formed in West Virginia, October 19, 1966
687, Speech, Ground Breaking, Appalachian Development Road, Salem, October 18, 1966
688, Speech, I-81 dedication, Martinsburg, October 19, 1966
689, Press Release, report showing federal funds to West Virginia since 1959, during tour of McDowell County, October 20, 1966
690, Press Release, trip to McDowell and Kanawha counties due to Senate business, October 20, 1966
691, Statement, United States Senate, regarding coal research, October 20, 1966
692, Basic speech material, inflation, health, education, October 21, 1966
693, Speech, private pensions, plans for the self-employed, October 21, 1966
694, Introduction, Secretary Orville L. Freeman, Farmington and Arthurdale, October 22, 1966
695, Speech, Democratic meeting, Glenville; Tri-County gathering, Gilmer/Calhoun/Braxton, October 21, 1966
696, Speech and Press Release, Democratic meeting, Ravenswood; West Virginia Education Association, Clarksburg, October 24-25, 1966
697, Speech, Rural America, Hampshire County Democratic Rally, October 26, 1966
698, Articles, “Senator Randolph’s Blind Businessmen,” on Randolph-Sheppard Act, Today’s Health magazine, October 1966
699, Speech, Political Party Fund Raising, Bethany College Institute, Oglebay Park, Wheeling, October 29, 1966
700, Speech, St. Albans, inflation discussed, October 27, 1966
701, Senator Ted Kennedy and Jennings Randolph, Fayette County Democratic meeting, Oak Hill, October 25, 1966
702, Speech, Democratic Woman’s Club meeting, Weirton, October 29, 1966
703, Speech and Press Release, Democratic luncheon, Logan County rally, Logan, October 29, 1966
704, Forum, Know Your Candidate Day, Marbon Chemical, October 31, 1966
705, Press Release, “Solid Waste Disposal Act,” Cabell County Democratic rally, Huntington, November 2, 1966
706, Press Release, Statewide candidates meeting, Charleston, November 1, 1966
707, Press Release, Political advertisement, Mike Mansfield and others applaud Jennings Randolph; editorial from Huntington Advertiser regarding small business, October-November 1966
708, Press Release, Allegheny Airlines desires to operate more flights in West Virginia, Huntington, November 2, 1966
709, Press Release and picture, Secretary of Agriculture Orville Freeman, Jennings Randolph and others, Modernization Conservation Program, West Virginia Capitol Soil Conservation District, November 2, 1966
710, Press Release, regarding Jefferson County sewage disposal system, EDA contract for technical assistance, November 2, 1966
711, Speech, Pocahontas County Democratic Dinner, Marlinton, November 4, 1966
712, Press Release, clay products, building construction expected to be increased, November 7, 1966


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713, Speech, Veterans Administration Center, 20th Anniversary, Martinsburg, November 9, 1966
714, Dedication, Bernard L. Boutin, Administrator of Small Business Administration, attended dedication of SBA office, Clarksburg, October 28, 1966
715, Speech, Airline Ground Transportation Association Convention, Washington, November 13, 1966
716, Speakers Bureau, 1966 campaign, events and counties
717, Speech, Lion’s Club, Summersville, November 14, 1966
718, Picture, Jennings Randolph with Dr. Charles Schultze, Director of the Budget, regarding authorized water resources, October 18, 1966
719, Election returns, November 1966
720, Speech, Francis J. Love, West Virginia State College, Institute, November 2, 1966
721, Speech notes, 1966 campaign
722, Luncheon for J. W. Ruby, Morgantown, November 1, 1966
723, Comments, etc., regarding Arch Moore and his actions on Stonewall Jackson Reservoir Project, November 1966
724, Testimonial for Richard W. Homan Jr, Vice-Commander-in-Chief, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Charleston, November 26, 1966
725, Basic speech matter, “The Fabulous 89th,” brochure on federal-state programs, etc., November 1966
726, Press Release, Establishment of a new executive assignment personnel system, merit system, November 18, 1966
727, Southeastern University Bulletin, 1966-1967, 1966
728, Federal Register, regarding health insurance program for the aged, Social Security Administration, 1966
729, Speech, “Highway Program Today and Tomorrow,” American Concrete Paving Association, New Orleans, December 6, 1966
730, Flight Forum on Aviation and Transportation Systems, by Connecticut General Life Insurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut, December 7, 1966
731, Press Release, regarding Highways – cutback, meeting with Governor Hulett Smith, December 7, 1966
732, Will Rogers World Airport, Oklahoma City, also testimonial for Senator Mike Monroney, December 2, 1966
733, Wheeling Hill Tunnel, Wheeling, December 12, 1966
734, Ohio-West Virginia Industry Committee on Air Pollution Abatement, telegram to Fred E. Tucker, chairman, Weirton, December 18, 1966
735, Press Release, Melpar, Inc. given contract regarding coal research with electronics to quench fires in coal mines, December 28, 1966
736, JR to receive “Distinguished Service Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Nation’s Highways” at the annual conference of the National Limestone Institute to be held January 18, 1967, December 28, 1966
737, Fair Labor Standards, quote from Senator John F. Kennedy, 1959, JR among sponsors, 1966
738, Speeches, Humanics Foundation, Kansas City, Missouri, July 1966 – also The Leadership Training, 1966
739, National Youth Science Camp, 1966
Miscellaneous Programs, etc., 1967


Box SP32

1, Press Release, answers to AP questions regarding Vietnam and taxes, January 4, 1967
2, Press Release, grant to West Virginia by Department of Housing and Urban Development for Health and Educational Facilities of Citizens of West Virginia, January 5, 1967
3, Appendix, January 1967, Weirton Steel Company, Progress and Research, Statistics, January 1967
4, Letter to Mike Mansfield regarding Public Works Committee, legislation to be enacted, January 9, 1967
5, Questions and Answers to CBS News regarding Vietnam, January 11, 1967
6, Appendix, Crime – Statistics, etc., January 12, 1967
7, Award, Limestone Institute Award to JR, Distinguished Service Award, regarding highways, January 18, 1967
8, Press Release, Jefferson County Sewerage Treatment System, JR to support, January 12, 1967
9, Questions and Answers, Harry Ernst and JR, January 13, 1967
10, Air Transport World, magazine with article by General Joe Adams, January 1967
11, Press Release, regarding letter to President Lyndon Johnson on air pollution, January 17, 1967
12, Press Release, Public Works Committee, hearing on regional economic development, to be held January 24-26, January 4, 1967
13, Press Release, Tariff Commission report, regarding Vietnam and taxes, January 4, 1967
14, Speech, Senate floor, regarding Appalachian Regional Development Act Amendment of 1967, January 19, 1967
15, Speech, Michigan Roadbuilders Association, January 20, 1967
16, Speech, regarding cutback and freezing obligation of highway funds, January 23, 1967 (empty folder)
17, Appendix, Coal Research, WVU Research Tests Value, PF Coal Slag, January 25, 1967
18, Press Release, JR, J. Edward Day, John W. Macy, Jr., regarding 84th anniversary of Civil Service Act, Washington, January 27, 1967
19, Reprint, views of JR regarding voting age at 18 years, January 16, 1967
20, Statement, air and water pollution, tax relief legislation, January 31, 1967
21, Statement, Senate floor, also Beeper Release, regarding veterans, January 31, 1967
22, Speech, “Progress in Appalachia,” American Coke and Coal Chemicals Institute, Chicago, February 1, 1967
23, Statement, highway freeze, cutback, second speech in United States Senate, February 3, 1967
24, Reprint, Church and State Magazine, regarding religious affiliations of members of Congress, February 1967
25, Statement, Short-Hall Jet Transport, Fairchild Hiller, speech in United States Senate, February 3, 1967
26, Television program and tape, Air and Water Pollution, Daniel Schorr, commentator, February 7, 1967
27, Press Release, Small Business Administration loans to West Virginia firms, February 10, 1967
28, Memorial for Cleveland M. Bailey, State Capitol Rotunda, Charleston, February 9, 1967
29, Press Release, Coal Research, CHAR Oil Energy Development, asks for pilot plant in Charleston, February 15, 1967
30, Speech, Weirton Steel Company, National Engineers Week, Weirton, February 21, 1967
31, Press Release, coal research, regarding coal to petroleum products, February 17, 1967
32, Press Release, Boy Scots of America, speech by Clarence J. Brown, Jr., February 9, 1967
33, Reprints, Consular Treaty, foreign aid, civil rights, February 21, 1967
34, Speech, regarding message from President Lyndon B. Johnson, home rule, etc., February 27, 1967
35, Statement, JR commends proposals on education by President Lyndon B. Johnson, February 28, 1967
36, Tape, television and radio, JR and West Virginia Legion commander, regarding veterans, March 1, 1967
37, Speech, United States Senate, regarding import tax increases, textile works, March 1, 1967
38, Luncheon, National Labor Relations Board, 25 millionth voter, March 2, 1967
39, Appendix, Consolidation Coal and Continental Oil merger, February 23, 1967
40, Press Release, Public Works hearings on highway cutback, March 1, 1967
41, Press Release, regarding letter to President Lyndon B. Johnson, March 7, 1967
42, Hearings, small business, regarding taxes, imports and exports, etc., March 1, 1967
43, Statement, Veterans of Foreign Wars Convention, Washington, March 7, 1967
44, Hearings, American Road Builders Association, Bal Harbour, Florida, March 15, 1967
45, Press Release, benefits for Cold War veterans, hearings set for March 20-21, March 13, 1967
46, Press Release, regarding government procurement hearings, May 17, Charleston, March 14, 1967
47, Speech, regarding India Food Aid resolution, JR supports, March 16, 1967
48, Press Release, joint release by JR and Robert C. Byrd, regarding flood control projects, March 16, 1967
49, Conference, regarding Stonewall Jackson Dam and Reservoir, Bridgeport, March 19, 1967
50, Conference, Air Pollution Abatement, Parkersburg, March 22, 1967
51, Press Release, regarding R. D. Bailey Reservoir for flood protection, Guyandotte River Basin, March 20, 1967
52, Dedication, Arts Building, Fairmont State College, Fairmont, March 19, 1967
53, Press Release, Alexander Trowbridge, acting Secretary of Commerce, to speak at Governor’s Annual Conference on Industrial Development, Marshall University, March 22, 1967
54, Press Release, anti-discrimination bill, S. 830, regarding older workers, JR co-sponsor, March 24, 1967
55, Press Release, Aging Committee to have study on Social Security, March 31, 1967
56, World Affairs Institute, sponsored by Rotary Club, Morgantown, March 31, 1967
57, Biographical Sketch, JR, April 1, 1967
58, Hillbilly, regarding appendix article by JR, regarding Howard University, March 25, 1967
59, Speech, “Responsibilities of a Citizen,” Honolulu, Hawaii, March 27, 1967
60, Press Release, S. 602, revising Appalachian Act of 1965, April 3, 1967
61, Press Release, Post Office and Civil Service Committee, comment on making Post Office Department a non-profit operation, April 5, 1967
62, Statement, regarding S. 602, Appalachian Regional Development Act, amendments, etc., April 6, 1967
63, Press Release, National Wild Rivers, amended to eliminate Shenandoah and Cacapon Rivers, April 8, 1967
64, Press Release, regarding Star Route contractors, Post Office, wage and hour division, April 10, 1967
65, Press Release, additional highway funds release by President Lyndon B. Johnson, April 8, 1967
66, Press Release, Allegheny Airlines will not request temporary suspension of service between Wheeling and Pittsburgh, April 10, 1967
67, Speech, “Creative Planning for the Future,” statement in subcommittee, S. Resolution 68, technology and human environment, April 11, 1967
68, Hearings, air and water pollution, St. Louis, April 4, 1967
69, Press Release, regarding railroad strike, April 11, 1967
70, Speech, award luncheon, military airlift group, Martinsburg, April 9, 1967


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71, Speech, American Petroleum Institute, Washington, April 13, 1967
72, Press Release, Home Fallout Protection Survey, JR with Hulett Smith, April 18, 1967
73, Press Release, Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Act, April 13, 1967
74, Speech, dedication of the Hall of Science, Alderson-Broaddus College, Philippi, April 15, 1967
75, Press Release, investment tax credit, tuition tax credit provision, April 14, 1967
76, Press Release, airport planning, jet aircraft for shorter runways, April 14, 1967
77, Speech, Practical Nursing, “Its Past, Present and Future,” Los Angeles, April 20, 1967
78, Press Release, Stonewall Jackson Reservoir and Burnsville Reservoir, April 20, 1967
79, Press Release, Committee on Aging, hearings regarding retirement incomes, April 24, 1967
80, Press Release, hearings by Small Business Committee, regarding crime, April 21, 1967
81, Press Release, research advocated regarding air and water pollution, April 21, 1967
82, Speech, United States Senate, regarding railroad strike, April 24, 1967
83, Speech, United States Senate, regarding Tariff Act-American Selling Price, April 25, 1967
84, Press Release, Appalachian Hearings, JR managed, April 26, 1967
85, Speech, Appalachian Regional Development Act, S. 602, April 26, 1967
86, Appendix, Isaac Murphy Legend, Kentucky Derby jockey, dedication of plaque, April 28, 1967
87, Census, West Virginia Counties, 1960
No 88
89, Speech, “Highway Program Today and Tomorrow,” Toll Road Meeting, IBTTA Group, Pittsburgh, May 8, 1967
90, Award, WVU to honor JR, Honorary Doctor of Laws degree, “The Order of the Vandalia,” May 14, 1967
91, Statement, Clean Air Act Amendments, May 3, 1967
92, Speech, Jaycees Annual Man of the Year Awards, Wheeling, May 7, 1967
93, Statement, JR, regarding railroad dispute, May 4, 1967
94, Joint Press Release, JR and RCB, regarding Bloomington Reservoir, North Branch Potomac River, May 4, 1967
94A, Chamber of Commerce, Annual Meeting, May 2, 1967
95, Article, regarding highways, Eliot Janeway, Chicago Tribune, May 8, 1967
96, Press Release, regarding railroad strike, May 10-11, 1967
97, Weirtonian Lodge, 12th Annual Banquet, Italian Sons and Daughters, Weirton, April 29, 1967
98, Speech, Airways Rent-A-Car System, Chicago, May 13, 1967
99, Press Release, Water Pollution/Acid Mine Wastes, demonstration of new technique, Clarksburg, May 12, 1967
100, Appendix, Rhodes Scholars, “The Myth of West Virginia’s Anti-Intellectualism, May 15, 1967
101, Speech, “Crime,” Lions Club Luncheon, Washington, May 17, 1967
102, Speech, Air and Water Pollution, Union Carbide Corporation Meeting, Charleston, May 18, 1967
103, Speech, American Trucking Association, Washington, May 19, 1967
104, Nuclear Power, Observations by JR, May 18, 1967
105, Speech, National Secretaries, Clarksburg, May 20, 1967
106, Press Release, Supplemental Appropriation for Coal Research, May 19, 1967
107, Picture, Home Demonstration Club, West Virginia, visit to Washington, May 18, 1967
108, Speech, National Postal Union Legislative Rally, Washington Monument Grounds, Washington, May 23, 1967
109, Introduction, Irene Parsons, VA Speaker, Elkins Women’s Club, May 20, 1967
110, Press Release, JR will not run for governor of West Virginia, May 23, 1967
111, Award, JR received honorary degree, Waynesburg College, Waynesburg, Pennsylvania, May 21, 1967
112, Award, JR received honorary degree, West Virginia Wesleyan College, Buckhannon, May 28, 1967
113, Statement, oil import programs, chemical industry, May 24, 1967
114, Award, to Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate, by Chamber of Commerce, Harpers Ferry, May 24, 1967
115, Statement, JR agrees election campaigns should be shortened, May 31, 1967
116, Speech, National Association of State Departments of Agriculture, Southern Region, Morgantown, June 6, 1967
117, Statement, regarding coal and sulphur oxide research, Clean Air Act, plant opened in Cresap, June 1, 1967
118, Picture, JR with Robert E. Quilliam, new state conservationist, Thomas B. Evans, Soil Conservation Service, June 2, 1967
119, Statement, Air and Water Pollution of Public Works, May 31, 1967
120, Speech, Commencement Address, Milton College, Milton, Wisconsin, June 11, 1967
121, Speech, JR Literary Awards, Deaf and Blind Commencement, Romney, June 8, 1967
122, Commencement Speech Material, JR, 1967


Box SP34

123, Statement, Israel and Arab Crisis, Statement by Senator Randolph, June 8, 1967
124, Council for the Advancement of Small Colleges, Picture of Jennings Randolph, June, 1967
125, Speech, Association of Insurance Women, Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 12, 1967
126, Reprints, from Congressional Record regarding Veterans – Readjustment Assistance to Veterans, June 1, 1967
127, Picture, West Virginia Society of D.C., Son and daughter of 1967, June 19, 1967
128, Press Release, Poverty Hearings postponement for Charleston, Princeton area, June 20, 1967
129, Speech, Senate Prayer Breakfast, Quotes on INGRATITUDE, June 21, 1967
130, Statement, Tariffs on flatglass, Hearings U.S. Tariff Commission, June 20, 1967
131, Speech, Commencement speech, East Stroudsburg State College, Pennsylvania, May 28, 1967
132, Randolph-Sheppard Act, Senator Jennings Randolph, Building, Legislator, Humanitarian, used during campaign, 1966, June, 1967
133, Speech, Hearings, Highway Beautification and Highway Safety Acts, June 28, 1967
133a, Hearings, County Office Employees, Bill S. 1028
134, Beeper, regarding aid to Dependent Children of Unemployed Parents, June 27, 1967
135, Appendix, Mrs. Orville L. Freeman, speaks at Wheeling, W.Va., regarding Youth Guidance, Civic Beautification, June 27, 1967
136, Statement, U.S. Senate, regarding Bill to control erosion from roadbanks, riverbanks, and strip mine lands, June 28, 1967
137, YMCA Youth Governor’s Luncheon, Washington, D.C., June 28, 1967
138, Speech, Groundbreaking Ceremony, Benedum Airport Terminal, Clarksburg
139, Speech, Dedication Opekiska Lock and Dam, Fairmont, W.Va., July 8, 1967
140, Speech, Inaugural Ceremony of Panama Sector of the Inter-American Highway, Panama City, Panama, July 15, 1967
141, Luncheon Invitations, National Youth Science Camp, Jacqueline Cochran, guest Speaker, July 12, 1967
142, Opening Statement, Acid Mine Drainage, Pollution Abatement Program, S. 1870, July 13, 1967
143, Statement, regarding Highway Safety Act and Beautification programs, subcommittee on Roads, Public Works Committee, July 18, 1967
144, Statement, Air Quality Act of 1967, regarding pollution abatement, July 18, 1967
145, Hodges, Luther – Rotary’s World President, The Rotarian, July, 1967
146, Press Release, Railroad strike, Mediation Board named, July 24, 1967
147, National Aviation Day, Senator is Honorary Chairman, August 19, 1967
148, Press Release, Rural job Development Act, Tax incentives for industry, July 26, 1967
149, Reprints, Railroad Labor Dispute, Strike, Conference Report, July 17, 1967
150, American Legion Convention, Morgantown, W.Va., Hulett C. Smith, Governor, speaker, July 21, 1967
151, Speech, Ashland, Kentucky, Appalachia Science and Technology Conference, April 11, 1967
152, Appendix, “World Friendship Through Flybug” Theme of Women Pilots at Ninety- Nines International Convention “Powder Puff Derby,” July 21, 1967
153, Speech and Press Release, Value Engineering, Public Works Committee, August 1, 1967
154, Appendix, regarding President to speech on Crime Crisis, Telegram to the President and news media by Senator Randolph, July 31, 1967
155, Statements, regarding cut-back by the House of Highway appropriations, August 2, 1967
156, Jacksons Mill, W.Va., Future Farms of America Honorary Degree of State Farmer for Senator Randolph, July 22, 1967
157, Delta Queen, August 4, 1967
158, Opening Statement, regarding Nomination Orren Beaty, Jr., to be Federal Co-Chairman for Four Corners, August 8, 1967
159, Construction Magazine Article, by Senator Randolph regarding Nation’s Road Programs, July, 1967
160, Press Release, Assistance to Educational agencies in rural areas, August 14, 1967
161, Award, Soil Conservation Society of America, Senator named an honorary member at their awards banquet, Des Moines, Iowa, August 16, 1967
162, Dedication, Memorial Hospital, Elkins, W.Va., John W. Gardner, Secretary of HEW the Speaker, August 17, 1967
163, Press Release, regarding rebid of defense contract for rubber mattresses on Small Business set aside to limit bids to domestic firms, August 15, 1967
164, Press Release, Amendment to prohibit the procurement of synthetic fabrics from foreign sources under the “Buy American” section, August 4, 1967
165, Letters, to Burl Sawyers and his answer to Senator Randolph regarding Highways Coordidor “H”, August 14, 1967
166, Press Release, Senator’s statement on Vietnam War, Statement to Associated press questions, Whether or not the Senator approves or disapproves the manner in which President Johnson is conducting the Vietnam War.
167, Statement, Before Transportation subcommittee, regarding cutback on Highways Funds, Appropriation, August 21, 1967
168, Press Release, regarding Social Security increases Retirement incomes, must impose safeguards, August 21, 1967
169, Introduction, of Senator Walter F. Mondale at Young Democratic Clubs of W.Va. Convention, Huntington, W.Va., August 26, 1967
170, Press Release, Veterans Pension and Readjustment Act of 1967, S. 16, approved designed to provide Vietnam Veterans with wartime benefits, August 23, 1967


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171, Statement, Legislative Quota on Imports of Oil, August 23, 1967
172, Statement, on S. 1467, Highway Beautification in the U.S. Senate, August 29, 1967
173, Press Release, Farmers Home Administration Act, passed by Senate “to accelerate progress in securing facilities for rural communities in W.Va.,” August 28, 1967
174, Statement
175, Press Release, Federal Aviation Administration has submitted a report on instrument landing system at Benedum Airport, August 29, 1967
176, Widow of Staff Sgt. Jimmy C. Stewart accepts Medal of Honor for her husband at Pentagon Ceremonies, August 25, 1967
177, Press Release, Survey Study on the West Fork River, Clarksburg, W.Va., August 28, 1967
178, VFW 1967 Americanism Award to True Davis, Assistant Secretary, of the Treasury, placed in the Record by Senator Randolph, August 30, 1967
179, Press Release, Labor Day greeting to United Mine Workers, Wheeling, W.Va., August 31, 1967
180, Press Release, Warns against cuts in retirement caused by Social Security increase, August 31, 1967
181, Statement, Mass Crime, Crime Commission Report, February 23, 1967
182, Press Release, Contract to McNichol-Martin, China Company of Charleston, W.Va., by General Service Administration, September 1, 1967
183, Speech, Interstate Conference on Water Problems, Denver Colorado, September 8, 1967
184, Speech, American Mining Congress Convention, Denver, Colorado, “Environmental Management,” September 11, 1967
185, Speech, National Conference on Citizenship, Washington, D.C., September 18, 1967
186, Dedications, Summerville Area Convalescent Hospital, Summersville, W.Va., September 23, 1967
187, Hearings, Oversight Hearings, Regional Economic Development, Public Works, September 25, 1967
188, Press Release, Appalachian Act Conference Agreement Statement by Senator Randolph, September 21, 1967
189, Statement, S. 2310 a bill to preserve safety and order within the U.S. Capitol and Capitol Grounds, September 25, 1967
190, Press Release, Trade Expansion Act, regarding duties on sheet glass be extended beyond October deadline, September 19, 1967
191, Speech, In the U.S. Senate, regarding Airports, Jet Long-Haul and Short-Haul, Airport Crisis, September 27, 1967
192, Statement, Conference Report on S. 602, to provide funds for the Appalachian Development Program, September 29, 1967
193, Press Release, Air Pollution Control, supplemental appropriation in the amount of $4 million, Research Program authorized, September 29, 1967
194, Democratic Women’s Meeting, Fairmont, W.Va., Laurence F. O’Brien, Speaker, September 30, 1967
195, Farmington, W.Va., Dedication , Sewage Treatment Plant, Lawrence F. O’Brien, Speaker, September 30, 1967
196, Speech, Western Pennsylvania Education Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, “Education for Individuality,” October 5, 1967
197, Questions by The Charleston Gazette regarding taxes, October 4, 1967
198, Press Release, Amendments to Social Security legislation to give full benefit of increases in funds, October 5, 1967
199, Education for the Individual – The Problems of Mental Health, October 9, 1967
200, Statement, regarding amendment to cut $41 million from AEC Reactor Development Fund, October 9, 1967
201, Beeper, to Radio Station WETZ, New Martinsville, Dollars for Scholars Program, October 9, 1967
202, Speech, “Technology Transfer Translates to Progress,” National Conference on State Technical Services, Subcommittee on Science and Technology of the Senate Select Committee on Small Business, October 11, 1967
203, Speech, “Education for Constructive Citizenship,” Parents Day, Ferrum College, Ferrum, Virginia, October 14, 1967
204, Dedication, Robert F. Kidd Library, Glenville State College, Glenville, October 13, 1967
Speech, Air Pollution, Weirton, Extra Copies, 1967
205, Speech, AASHO, Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, October 16, 1967
206, Press Release, rates on sheet glass extended to January 1, 1970, October 11, 1967
207, Speech, American Automobile Association, Washington, D.C., October 17, 1967
208, Speech, National Association of Postmasters, San Juan, Puerto Rico, October 9, 1967
209, Statement, regarding statement by Joseph E. Moody imports of coal and oil, October 19, 1967
210, Dedication, Fort Martin Electric Plant, Morgantown, October 1967


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211, Press Release, flat glass import bill, introduced by JR, October 19, 1967
212, Press Release, regarding bridge over Ohio River at Weirton-Steubenville, October 20, 1967
213, Questions and Answers, from Bob Gregory, CBS, regarding bombing, etc.
214, Statement and Views regarding demonstrators, etc., for Daily Athenaeum, WVU, Morgantown, October 24, 1967
215, Speech, West Virginia Labor Federation Convention, AFL-CIO, Charleston, October 28, 1967
216, Press Release, statement on voters in Kanawha County, regarding bond issue for Midway Airport, October 25, 1967
217, Back to Land Plan, JR interview, article by Vera Glaser, October 26, 1967
218, FBI Crime Report, statistics, October 1967
219, Speech, Democratic Dinner Rally, York, Pennsylvania, October 26, 1967
220, Article, Time Magazine, by Yale University President Kingman Brewster, 1967
221, Speech, American Iron and Steel Industry, Regional Technical Meeting, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, November 1, 1967
222, Article, Christian Science Monitor, regarding college students rate business first as career choice, October 20, 1967
223, Editorial, by JR, “This is My Own, My Native Land,” Daily Athenaeum, regarding college youth, October 31, 1967
224, Press Release, GSA, regarding Post Office and Federal Building, Morgantown, November 4, 1967
225, Speech, United States Senate, regarding highway hearings, The Highway as Catalyst, November 8, 1967
226, Speech Materials, regarding cancer
227, Statement, opening of hearings, Subcommittee on Roads, Public Works Committee, November 14, 1967
228, Statement, United States Senate, Vietnam policy, November 15, 1967
229, Awards, copies, aviation, to JR, November 1967
230, Speech, Baptist Women’s Union, Baptist World Alliance Assembly, Washington, November 16, 1967
231, Veterans Day Speech, by Robert E. Maxwell, Weston, November 11, 1967
232, Speech, Southern Association of State Highway Officials, White Sulphur Springs, November 20, 1967
233, Speech, air pollution abatement, Manufacturing Chemists Association, New York, November 21, 1967
234, Reprint, JR and Senator Wayne Morse, regarding education legislation, November 20, 1967
235, Speech, “Federal Highway Safety Act,” National Association of Counties, Washington, November 27, 1967
236, Prayer Breakfast Speech, by Senator Herman Talmadge, November 15, 1967
237, Appendix, Chuck Yeager, 20th anniversary of flight through sonic barrier, October 20, 1967
239, Questions and Answers, regarding allowances for office, December 1, 1967
240, Press Release, Mental Retardation Act, amendments of 1967, program signed into law at White House, December 2, 1967
241, Statement by JR on candidacy of Senator Eugene McCarthy for president, December 4, 1967
242, Speech, Aristotle Symposium, National Security Industrial Association, Washington, December 5, 1967
243, Press Release, elderly citizens, Employment and Retirement Incomes Subcommittee, December 7, 1967
244, Democratic Dinner, Salute to the Empire State, New York, December 10, 1967
245, Speech, Dedication, Steel Mill of the Future, Weirton, December 13, 1967
246, Questions and Answers, from the Charleston Gazette, on Vietnam and Johnson for President, December 11, 1967
247, Bridge hearings planned for 1968, Public Works Committee, December 19, 1967
248, Eulogy, Dr. James A. Bell, November 29, 1967
248A, Cheri Pasky letter to JR regarding citizenship responsibility, November 2, 1967
Miscellaneous Programs, 1968
249, Questions and Answers, Spivack Report regarding views on 1968 election, January 12, 1968
250, Press Release, Urban Highway Planning, Public Works Committee hearings scheduled, January 16, 1968
251, Press Release, Subcommittee on Roads to conduct hearings on S. 2658, relating to sizes and weights on Interstate Highway System, Public Works Committee, January 17, 1968
252, State of the Union, by President Lyndon B. Johnson, comments by JR, January 17, 1968
253, Speech, “Whither America and the American Dream,” Bethany College, January 21, 1968
254, Press Release, JR statement regarding cutback on highway funds, January 22, 1968
255, Man of the Year Award, New York, February 1968
256, Press Release, bridge hearing, Gallipolis, Ohio and Point Pleasant, Public Works Committee, January 23, 1968
257, Speech by Elizabeth Carpenter of the White House on baseball, January 23, 1968
258, Questions and Answers, Wheeling News Register, JR and Robert C. Byrd, regarding tax pleas, January 18, 1968
259, Press Release, regarding West Virginia Turnpike method of acquiring right of way, January 25, 1968
260, Press Release, Farmers Home Administration programs, A. James Manchin, January 27, 1968
261, Speech, Jaycees Annual Awards Banquet, Roanoke, Virginia, January 26, 1968


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262, Speech, Mississippi Valley Association, Water Resources Development, St. Louis, February 5, 1968
263, JR filed as candidate for delegate at large to Democratic National Convention, January 31, 1968
264, Article, American Road Builders Association Magazine, January 1968
265, Dinner, Ingersoll-Rand Company, sponsored by Association for Industrial Development, Clarksburg, January 25, 1968
266, Scrapbook with clippings and pictures of Farmers Home Administration events, January 23, 1968
267, Press Release, regarding lower voting age, February 5, 1968
268, Introduction of Senator Gale McGee, Davis and Elkins College Student Convocation, Elkins, February 8, 1968
269, Beeper, regarding new bridge across Ohio River, Appalachian Regional Commission to assist in financing, February 7, 1968
270, Statement, regarding consumer protection message by President Lyndon B. Johnson, February 7, 1968
271, Panel Discussion, American Road Builders Association, Las Vegas, February 14, 1968
272, Opening Night at Ford’s Theater, scene of Lincoln’s assassination, January 31, 1968
273, JR resigns as chair of Veterans Subcommittee, February 2, 1968
274, Silver Quill Award, John W. Gardner, Secretary of HEW, speaker
275, Speech, Professional Engineers, St. Louis, February 20, 1968
276, Questions by John Yago to JR, regarding use of nuclear weapons in Vietnam War 277, Press Release, Air Pollution Control, February 20, 1968
278, Press Release, regarding highway construction in Elm Grove section of Wheeling, citizens had meeting in Washington, D.C. with Senator Randolph, February 7, 1968
279, Hearings, Air and Water Pollution Control Compacts, February 27, 1968
280, Appendix, John Rine of Weston, W.Va. demonstrates the Power of the Positive Life, February 26, 1968
281, Speech, by telephone to Wirt County High School, “Freedom and Crime,” February 27, 1968
282, Press Release, School Lunch Program to expand for needy children, February 27, 1968
283, Press Release, to establish Commission on Health Science and Society, February 27, 1968
284, Hearings, Bridge hearings set for Mary 18, 19 and 20, Public Works Committee, Subcommittee on Roads, February 27, 1968
285, Speech, Groundbreaking, Coalton Municipal Water System, March 3, 1968
286, Speech, Groundbreaking, Princeton Community Hospital, March 2, 1968
287, Speech, Dedication, Senior Center, Elkins, W.Va., March 3, 1968
288, Biographical Sketch, Senator Randolph for 1968
289, Statement, regarding confirmation of C.R. Smith as Secretary of Commerce, February 29, 1968
290, Appendix, Christian Science Monitor editorial regarding Crime Crisis, March 1, 1968
291, Statement, regarding Cloture, Senator Randolph thinks it should be invoked, March 1, 1968
292, “Salute to Clyde Ellis,” Speech by Orville L. Freeman, Secretary of Agriculture, January 15, 1968
293, TV Tape, Senator and Department Commander of the American Legion, John A. Jones, March 5, 1968
294, Citation, Senator Monroney by the Aero Club of Washington, W.Va., Monroney speech in record, March 1, 1968
295, Tape, for WBAL, Baltimore, MD regarding W.Va. for travel, vacation, March 6, 1968
296, Article in February issue of The American Road Builders Magazine about Senator Randolph, February, 1968
297, Appendix, Death of Corky Foster, who was killed in Vietnam, his home was Welch, W.Va., March, 8, 1968
298, Speech material, human interest story, “How To Hold An Audience Without A Rope” regarding Senator Randolph as he greets people, March 11, 1968
299, Statement, Senator commends the message of the President on Conservation and Environmental Quality “To Renew a Nation,” March 8, 1968
300, Questions and Answers, New York Times regarding Vietnam and Administration Policy, March 11, 1968
301, Press Release, regarding plans to discontinue some W.Va. post offices, March 14, 1968
302, Article, in W.Va. Legionnaire regarding Senator Randolph, also dinner by the VFW honoring members of Congress, March 1968

303, Statement, regarding S. Res. 250, authorizing funds of Urban Highway and Commuter Traffic Study, March 15, 1968 304, Statement, regarding S. Res. 250, authorizing funds for 2nd session of the 90th Congress, Public Works Committee, March 15, 1968
305, Hearings, regarding Bridge standards and inspection and maintenance Public Works Committee, March 18, 1968
306, Appendix, regarding W.Va. Interstate Highway System Development, March 15, 1968
307, Appendix, Secretary W. Willard Wirtz received Public Service Award from Hillman
310, Speech, Building and Construction Trades Legislative Conference, Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, D.C., March 25, 1968
312, Appendix, regarding National Visitors Center and Mount Vernon Square, March 27, 1968
313, Speech, World Affairs Institute, West Virginia University regarding Africa, March 29, 1968
314, Statement, Atomic Energy electric power program, nuclear power plants, March 28, 1968
315, Statement, remarks regarding Section 3 of the Williams-Smathers Amendment to H.R. 15414, Moratorium on Public Work Projects, March 28, 1968
316, Speech, Ohio Valley College, Parkersburg, W.Va. regarding Education Acts and Networks for Knowledge Act of 1968, computer training, etc., April 1, 1968
317, Speech, Rotary Club, Parkersburg, W.Va., April 1, 1968
318, Beeper, regarding announcement by President Johnson that he would not seek re-election, April 1, 1968
319, Press Conference, held while in Parkersburg, W.Va. regarding Bridges, Public Works Projects, etc., April 1, 1968
320, Press Release, regarding resolution to name 1st week of May as “National Employ the Older Work Week,” April 2, 1968
321, Press Release, Statement regarding Taxation, Public Projects, Moratorium, etc., April 3, 1968


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1967 – EXTRA SPEECH COPIES, NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CITIZENSHIP YOUTH’S CHALLENGE AND RESPONSIBILITY, TEACHERS STRIKE “Education For Individuality,” Pittsburgh (extra copies), 1967
334, Press Release, Federal funding for W.Va. Interstate system increased by $11 million, April 22, 1968
335, Statement, Beautification program for W.Va. James Manchin, Farmers Home Administration Chairman of the State Technical Action Panel, April 22, 1968
336, Associated Press Questionnair regarding Who the Senator favored for nomination by the Democratic National Convention, April 22, 1968
337, Speech, Groundbreaking ceremonies, Pine Grove, W.Va Housing Project, April 27, 1968
338, Speech, W.Va. Letter Carriers Convention, Fairmont, W.Va., April 27, 1968
339, Speech, Chamber of Commerce of the U.S., Washington, D.C., April 29, 1968
340, Editorial, placed in Congressional Record regarding Cyrum Fance, April 26, 1975
341, Beeper & Press Release, regarding speech to U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Riots and Crime, more LAW enforcement instead of new in-laws, April 29, 1978
342, Statement, Hearings on S. 1558, subcommittee on Roads, April 30, 1968
343, Press Release, Small Business Committee, Science and Technology Subcommittee, April 30, 1968
344, Introduction, Senator Harrison Williams, Clarksburg, W.Va., Democratic Dinner, April 27, 1968
345, Speech, in the U.S. Senate regarding “Poor Peoples March on Washington,” May 2, 1968
346, Speech, in the U.S. Senate regarding Air Transportation, Aviation Trust Fund, May 7, 1968
347, Introduction, Senator Vance Hartke, Weirton, W.Va., Weirtonian Lodge, Italian Sons and Daughters, May 4, 1968
348, New York, NY, Franklin D. Roosevelt birthday Memorial Award Dinner, W. Averell Harriman, honored, May 6, 1968
349, Speech, Mothers Day, Grafton, W.Va., May 12, 1968
350, Press Release, Senator is not a “slated” candidate for delegate-at-large, May 10, 1968
351, Letter, to Henry B. Wherle, Jr., regarding Kanawha Valley Airport, May 10, 1968
352, W.Va. Society, Son and Daughter of the year, May 11, 1968
353, Status Report, Appalachian Regional Development Act, May 13, 1968
354, Status Report, Stonewall Jackson Lake, May 3, 1968
355, Status Report, Economic Development Act, May 13, 1968
356, Press Release, Imports, Steel products, May 13, 1968
357, Speech, American Mining Congress, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Second Symposium on Coal Mine Drainage Research, May 15, 1968
358, Speech, W.Va. Federal of Postal Clerks 42nd Annual State Convention, Huntington, W.Va., May 18, 1968
359, Introduction, Lowell K. Bridwell, Federal Highways Administration, Logan County Chamber of Commerce, Logan, W.Va., May 7, 1968
360, Salem College, Commencement, Salem, W.Va., Senator attended, May 19, 1968
361, Hearings, Rivers & Harbors, Flood Control, Upper Licking River Basin, Kentucky May 21, 1968
362, Speech, Glass Container Manufacturing, Inc., White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., May 22, 1968
363, Press Release, regarding Supreme Court Decisions and Criticism, May 21, 1968
364, Press Release, Water Quality Improvement standards proposed by Secretary Stewart L. Udall of the Interior, May 21, 1968
365, Speech, American Society of Highway Engineers, Philadelphia, PA, May 25, 1968
366, Speech, Commencement, Morris Harvey College, Charleston, W.Va., “License is not Liberty – Rebellion is not Reconstruction,” May 26, 1968
367, Speech, Groundbreaking Ceremony for AME Church Rent Supplement Housing Project, Charleston, W.Va., May 26, 1968
368, Speech, West Liberty State College Commencement, West Liberty, W.Va., “License is not Liberty, Rebellion is not Reconstruction,” June 2, 1968
369, Press Release, Flood Control and Rivers and Harbors development, not pork barrel spending, Public Works Committee, May 23, 1968
370, Speech, in the U.S. Senate, regarding airport and airways system needs, May 23, 1968
371, Appendix, United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners, AFL-CIO Training, Job Corps Center, May 29, 1968
372, Letter, to Honorable Stewart Udall regarding fuel oil, low sulphur coal, Import Regulation, May 29, 1968
373, Appendix, Aviation activities of Senator speech by FAA Administrator McKee, regarding Aviation Challenge, May 29, 1968
374, Appendix, regarding Lawlessness in America, Editorial by Harry Hamm of the Wheeling News- Register, May 29, 1969


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375, Statement Hearings, Federal Aid Highway Act of 1968, June 4, 1968
376, A Bill, proposed “Federal Airport Development Act of 1968, June 4, 1968
377, Appendix, Coal to Gasoline, Coal Research Article in Business Week Magazine, June 4, 1968
378, Appendix, Senator Randolph praises the President, LBJ in History, June 4, 1968
379, Speech, Senator to present Literary Awards to Deaf & Blind Commencement, Romney, W.Va., June 6, 1968
380, Speech Commencement, Woodward School for Boys, Washington, D.C., June 7, 1968
381, Statement by Senator Randolph regarding shooting of Senator Robert Kennedy, June 5, 1968
382, Introduction, Honorable Lawrence C. McQuade, Space Science Fair, Clarksburg, W.Va., June 6, 1968
383, Speech, Commencement, Bramwell High School, Bramwell, W.Va., June 13, 1968
384, Press Release, Gun Control Law to be more effective, Senator agrees, June 10, 1968
385, Press Release, regarding construction on Indian reservations, June 11, 1968
386, Beeper, regarding Budget amendment to reduce the Budget of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, June 10, 1968
387, Appendix, Editorials, Jim Comstock and Christian Science Monitor regarding mine tragedy at Hominy Falls, W.Va., June 11, 1968
388, Firearms, Summary and statistics, S. 3634, co-sponsored by Senator Randolph, June 12, 1968
389, Statement, in the U.S. Senate, opposing amendment of Senator Javits, H.J. Res. 1268, regarding Highway appropriations, June 13, 1968
390, Shriver, Scholarship won by John Lester, Charleston, W.Va., Picture Senators Byrd, Randolph and Lester, June 1968
391, Press Release, Trust Fund for Air Transportation user taxes, June 18, 1968
392, Speech, Charleston Jaycees and Miss W.Va. Scholarship Pageant, Charleston, W.Va., June 18, 1968
393, Press Release, Surtax passed and cut in spending passed, Tax increase, June 21, 1968
394, Press Release, Industrial Development Conference, Morgantown, W.Va., regarding increase in population in cities, June 18, 1968
395, Speech, Roanoke, Va., at Virginia State AFL-CIO State Convention, June 20, 1968
395, Extra Copies Speech, AFL-CIO, Roanoke, Virginia, June 20, 1968
396, Press Release, Allegheny-Lake Central Airlines Merger, June 25, 1968 Pennsylvania, June 22, 1968
398, Statistics, regarding FBI Appropriation/Crime/Arrests, June 1968
399, Speech, Camp Tomahawk, Hedgesville, June 15, 1968
400, Appendix, STOL Aircraft Test Flights, June 21, 1968
401, Congressional Record, Karl Randall, “Blind Worker of the Year,” June 25, 1968
402, Senate Prayer Breakfast, June 26, 1968
403, Speech, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Department of West Virginia, Annual Convention, Morgantown, June 22, 1968
404, YMCA Youth Governors Luncheon, Washington, June 26, 1968
405, Biographical Materials, JR, June 1968
406, Statement, regarding Fortas and Thornberry to Supreme Court, June 27, 1968
407, Press Release, regarding Airports and Airways Legislation, June 27, 1968
408, Speech, National Cable Television Association, 17th Annual Convention, Boston, June 29, 1968
Speech copies, Cable Television, Boston, 1968
Question and Answer, Report for the Capitol, Baptist Group, June, 1968
Press Release, Kanawha and Midway Airport, Re: Financing, June 30, 1968
411, United States Senate, Omnibus Rivers, Harbors and Flood Control Act of 1968, July 2, 1968
412, Supreme Court Vacancies, Press Release, Newspaper Article, “Violence on TV,” July, 1968
414a, National Youth Science Camp, Washington, D.C., July 9, 1968
414b, National Youth Science Camp, Washington, D. C. July 9, 1968
415, Newspaper Article, Soil Conservation, Statement, July 8, 1968
416, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Commission, Approved Grant for Southern West Virginia Health Council, July 10, 1968
417, Press Release, Relief from Federal Highway Trust Fund for Building New Silver Bridge, July 11, 1968
418, Award, Gill Robb Wilson Memorial Trophy, presented to Senator Randolph, Clarksburg, West Virginia, June 6, 1968
419, Press Release, Allegheny Airlines, July 11, 1968
420, Press Release, Steel Imports, Statistics, Japanese Steel
421, Salute to Senator Joseph S. Clark, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, July 16, 1968
422a, Speech, Jacksons Mill, West Virginia, Annual Board of Education and School Administrators Conference, July 16, 1968
422b, Speech, Jacksons Mill, West Virginia Annual Board of Education and School Administrators Conference, July 16, 1968
423, Speech, Wellsburg Chamber of Commerce, Wellsburg, West Virginia, July 16, 1968
424, Appendix, Bright Brothers, Bolster the Economy of West Virginia, June 28, 1968
425, Picture, Roll Call, Picture of Senator Randolph, July 18, 1968
426, Press Release, S. 325 Introduced to Provide, National Institute of Health, July 29, 1968
427, Questions and Answers, Christian Science Monitor, Re: President Johnson, July 18, 1968
428, Speech, Aid to Airports, Editorials from New York Daily News and Washington Post, July 22, 1968
429, Letter, Mr. George E. Keck, President United Airlines, Re: Kanawha Airport Service, July 23, 1968
430, Press Release, Statement by Senator Randolph at Conclusion of Conferences, 3418, Federal Aid Highway Act, July 28, 1968
431, Press Release, Randolph Fighting Cutback in Postal Services, July 26, 1968
432, Speech, United Glass and Ceramic Convention, Hollywood, Florida, July 30, 1968
433, Press Release, Letter to Sprouse and Moore, Re: Road and Bond Issue Referendum, August 2, 1968
434, Introduction, Senator Muskie, Fairmont, West Virginia, Democratic Meeting, August 3, 1968
435, Dedication, Polks Creek Watershed, Weston, West Virginia, August 3, 1968
436, Senator Randolph Received Record Vote for Convention Delegate in Congressional Record: Senator Byrd, (Randolph was 10 years old when he attended his first Democratic National Convention)
437, Press Release, Juvenile Delinquency, Senator to the White House for the Bill Signing, August, 1968
438, Statement for Program, National Aviation Day – August 17, 1968, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, August 17, 1968
439, Senator to Alaska, Testimonial Dinners for Senator Gruening, August 6, 1968


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440, Reference Material, Re: Forestry Progress in the United States, August 12, 1968
441, Democratic National Convention, Chicago, Illinois, August, 1968
442, Speech, Material Re: Crime, Riots, etc., Reference Material
443, Speech, Democratic Platform Committee Hearings, Democratic Convention, Chicago, Illinois, Lowering Voting Age, August 22, 1968
444, “Lower Voting Age” Constitutional Amendment, August 22, 1968
444a, Humphrey Speech Material and Democratic Achievements, August, 1968
444b, Humphrey Speech Material and Democratic Achievements, August, 1968
445, Speech, International American Polygraph Association, Silver Spring, Maryland, “Crime,” August 19, 1968
446, Democratic Convention, Platform Committee, “The Needs of Air Transportation”, August 23, 1968
447, Press Release, Federal Aid Highway Act Signed into Law by the President, August 23, 1968
448, Press Release, World Affairs Briefing at the White House, Re: Kremlin Attack on Czechoslovakia, August 23, 1968
449, Press, Democratic Platform Committee, Re: Vietnam and Foreign Policy, Washington, D.C., August 20, 1968
450, Speech, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania American Association of Retired Persons, Convention, September 6, 1968
450b, Speech, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania American Association of Retired Person, Convention, September 6, 1968
451 Democratic Convention, Chicago, IL, August 27, 1968
452 Speech, Groundbreaking- Clarksburg Housing Project for low income and elderly, Clarksburg, September 6, 1968
453 Speech, Louisville, KY, Science, Technology and State Government Conference, Interstate Nuclear Board, September 16, 1968
454 Inauguration of James Harlow as President of West Virginia University, September 14, 1968
455 Speech, Jaycees meeting, Fairmont, Senator used material as marked in folder for his speech, September 13, 1968
456 Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Charleston, Senator Proxmire, speaker, Introduction by Senator Randolph, September, 14, 1968
457 Speech, Heavy Highway Contractors meeting, Austin, TX, Highways Programs, September 24, 1968
458 Press Release, Comment misinterpreted, Democratic victory in WV, Senator to work for all Democratic candidates, September, 23, 1968
459 Tribute to Minter L Wilson who died in Phoenix, AZ, September 24, 1968
460 Biographical Sketch, Senator Randolph, Roads, September 25, 1968
461 National Highway Week, Senator’s remarks in the Congressional Record, September 25, 1968
462 Appendix, Richard W Homan elected to serve as Commander in Chief, Veterans of Foreign Wars, September 4, 1968
463 Report from the Capitol- Art and picture of Senator Randolph, September 13, 1968
464 Speech material, “The Nature of the Crisis” by Admiral Ben Moreell, September, 1968
465 Lyndon B Johnson and the veteran, September 1968
466 Speech, National League of Postmasters, Las Vegas, NV, September, 29, 1968
467 Tape, Crime-Law-Order made for station WEIR, Weirton, September 27, 1968
468 Press Release, Senator will vote for cloture, Debate on Fortas nomination, September 30, 1968
469 News Releases, Democratic National Committee, September 30, 1968
Speech, Retired Workers, Pittsburg, PA, Extra Copies, September 6, 1968
470, Article, “Industry Cleans Up,” regarding air pollution, September 1968
471, Tape, interview with Linton Wells regarding job opportunities for older workers, Storer Broadcasting Co., October 2, 1968
472, AP Interview, JR, regarding Vietnam and bombing halt, October 2, 1968
473, Dedication, Earth Station Satellite Station, Etam, September 27, 1968
474, Speech, “The Expanding Role of Engineers in Modern Society Especially in Pollution Abatement,” West Virginia Society of Professional Engineers, White Sulphur Springs
475, Magazine, Retirement Life, JR photo, September 1968
476, Speech, “The Shield of Freedom,” American Folklife Center, Pipestem, October 5, 1968
477, Statement, ratification of treaty on non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, favored by JR, October 9, 1968


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478, Article and Pictures, regarding pay bill, Government Standard Magazine, October 4, 1968
479, Press Release, Middle Aged and Older Worker Employment Act of 1968, October 10, 1968
480, Dedication, Greenbrier Valley Airport, October 13, 1968
481, Dedication, Glenwood Park Recreation Area, Brush Creek Watershed, Mercer County, October 12, 1968
482, Speech, regarding bridge collapse and construction of new one, Point Pleasant, October 11, 1968
483, Press Release, regarding highway program, Eastern Panhandle highways need upgrading, October 11, 1968
484, Statement, in United States Senate, regarding air and water pollution, October 11, 1968
485, Speech, Air Traffic Control Association, National Convention, San Francisco, October 16, 1968
486, Article, by JR, “Big, Robust and Vital,” Forest Festival souvenir program, October 1968
486A, Magazine, Capitol Hill, regarding West Virginia fall and winter sports, October 1968
487, Articles, Colonel Chuck Yeager, West Virginia aviator, October 1968
488, Democratic Dinner Rally, Tall Cedar Club, Martinsburg, October 19, 1968
489, Speech, “The Regional Airports System Concept,” new facilities dedication, Tri-State Airport, Huntington, October 24, 1968
490, Speech, “Planning Public Works in a World of Change,” Convention of the American Public Works Association, Miami Beach, Florida, October 23, 1968
491, Press Release, Bright of America, Inc., Summersville, October 18, 1968
492, Speech, fundraising dinner, Sutton/Gassaway, October 24, 1968
494, Statistics and Materials, regarding road bond issue, October 1968
495, Speech/Press Release, Democratic Rally, Hagerstown, Maryland, October 25, 1968
496, Speech, Democratic Meeting, Glenville, October 28, 1968
497, Speech, Democratic Meeting, Mill Creek/Huttonsville, October 29, 1968
498, Introduction, Francis C. Turner, director of United States Department of Transportation, Bureau of Public Roads, Charleston, October 24, 1968
499, Speech, Barbour County fundraising, Young Democrats Club, Belington, October 29, 1968
500, Speech, Democratic rally, Elkins/Moose Lodge Anniversary meeting, Elkins, October 27, 1968
501, Press Release, training programs, Anthony Job Corps Center, Neola, October 29, 1968
502, Press Release, Soil Conservation Service activities/projects, October 29, 1968
503, JR to attend Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Meeting, October 30, 1968
504, President Johnson attended Democratic meeting at Morgantown/Dedication, Tri-State Airport, Huntington, October 27, 1968
505, Speech, “Highways – Valuable community, State and National Assets,” Great Lakes to Florida Highway Association, Bland, Virginia, November 7, 1968
506, Tape, regarding Davis and Elkins College, Ice House, Elkins, November 5, 1968
507, Democratic Campaign Material, statistics of interest to West Virginia, November 1968
508, Kanawha Airport, christening of jet mainliner, “City of Charleston,” November 15, 1968
509, Dedication, Harman and Aurora Post Offices, November 16, 1968
510, Speech, American Trucking Association, Miami, Florida, November 18, 1968
511, Speech, National Car Rental System Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada, November 19, 1968
512, Speech, Iowa Good Roads Association, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, November 21, 1968
513, W.Va., Arts and Crafts Shop, L’Enfant Plaza, Washington, D.C., November 15, 1968
514, Conference on Consumer Problems of the Elderly, Charleston, W.Va., November 15, 1968
515, Speech, Domestic Meeting, Hepzibah, Peace Talks discussed, Vietnam Paris Meetings, November 4, 1968
516, Tape, Comments by the Senator regarding the mine disaster, Farmington, W.Va., no copy of remarks, November 22, 1968
517, Dedication, Rail Haul as a means of Solid Waste Disposal, Project, Chicago, Illinois, November 26, 1968


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518, Speech, National Education Association Center for Human Relations Conference, Pikeville, Kentucky, November 29, 1968
519, Speech, American Association of State Highway Officials, AASHO, Minneapolis, Minnesota, December 3, 1968
520, Press Release, regarding School Bon Issue, Education for Children, December 2, 1968
521, Speech, Boston, Massachusetts Professional Engineers, December 5, 1968
522, Speech, Pennsboro, W.Va., Water System and Community Award Ceremonies, December 6, 1968
523, Speech, Dedication of Gymnasium located at the High School, Farmington, W.Va., December 6, 1968
524, Dedication, Robert F. Kennedy Youth Center, Morgantown, W.Va., December 9, 1968
525, Letter and Press Release, Letter to Stewart L. Udall regarding hearings mine safety, December 11, 1968
526, Press Release, regarding Cable Television and Federal Communication Commission Action, December 12, 1968
527, Speech, Pennsylvania regarding Highways, December 20, 1968
528, Pan American Highway Article, Christian Science Monitor, September 24, 1968
529, Speech, Fenwick Machinery Company, Mr. Goldburg, New Jersey Commissioner of Transportation, honored, December 19, 1968
530, Press Release, regarding hearings set for January regard Equal Employment, December 19, 1968
532, Press Release, to eliminate filibusters in the Senate, December 30, 1968 Miscellaneous Programs, etc., 1969
1, Speech, Metropolitan Police Boys’ Club, Washington, D.C., January 6, 1969
2, Speech, Dedication of Temporary Control Tower, Wood County Airport, Parkersburg, W.Va., January 8, 1969
3, Speech, Shore Area Development, Monmouth, New Jersey, Highways, January 10, 1969
4, Press Release, Silver Bridge, Point Pleasant, W.Va., January 10, 1969
5, Speech, National Premium Sales Executive’s Conference, Chicago, Illinois “America Needs More Promotion,” January 12, 1969
6, Speech, Hearings, Public Works Committee regarding Equal Employment Opportunity, January 14, 1969
7, Press Release, regarding Appalachian Regional Development Commission, January 14, 1969
8, Research material, Sales pamphlets by Millard Bennett, January 13, 1969


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9, Magazine, Committee on Aging, Pictures, Senator Randolph, January, 1969
10, Press Release, Senator Randolph introduces joint resolution to lower voting age to 18 years, January 15, 1969
11, Press Release, Grant from HEW to Mental Health Center, Elkins, W.Va., January 15, 1969
12, Press Release, regarding Kanawha Airport Project, Finance Plan, etc., January 15, 1969
13, Press Release, John A. Volpe of Massachusetts to be Secretary of Transportation in Nixon Administration, January 15, 1969
14, Press Release, Walter J. Hickel of Alaska nominee for Secretary of the Interior, Nixon Administration, January 15, 1969
15, Press Release, Postmaster Nominations for W.Va., January 16, 1969
16, Statement, Coal Mine Safety Legislation, Senator introduces S. 355, Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Act of 1969
17, Speech, National Crushed Stone Association, Bal Harbour, Miami Beach, Florida, “New Concepts and New Tasks for Public Works,” January 22, 1969
18, Press Release, Appalachian Governors Conference, Washington, D.C., January 19, 1969
19, Speech, Dedication of Water System, Salem, W.Va., January 21, 1969
20, Speech, New Martinsville Jaycees DSA-Bosses Night Banquet, New Martinsville, W.Va,. January 21, 1969
21, Tribute to Lyndon Baines Johnson by Senator Randolph, Congressional Record, January 17, 1969
22, Article, by JR, “Bright of America,” Success Unlimited Magazine, January 22, 1969
23, Press Release, regarding movie industry film rating system, January 21, 1969
24, Statement, in United States Senate, regarding Coal Mine Health and Safety Act of 1969, January 23, 1969
25, Press Release, regarding Rural Job Development Act, January 23, 1969
26, Award, JR received gold medal and citation from Veterans of Foreign Wars, Weirton, January 26, 1969
27, Statement, hearing concluding by Public Works Subcommittee on Roads, January 24, 1969
28, Reception, for West Virginia congressional delegation, January 26, 1969
29, Speech, to luncheon guests of Senator Hartke, Indiana prosecuting attorneys and wives, January 27, 1969
30, Press Release, JR reappointed to President’s Committee on Employment of the Handicapped, January 30, 1969
31, Statement, Eastern Airlines says flights prove STOL aircraft feasible, January 29, 1969
32, Congressional Prayer Breakfast, Washington, January 30, 1969
33, Speech, Volvo Distributors Convention, Las Vegas, February 3, 1969
34, Statement, in United States Senate, regarding introduction of Appalachian Regional Development Act, February 5, 1969
35, Statement, value of flood control structures, Federal Water Resource Development, February 4, 1969
36, Speech, Youth Franchising Coalition, regarding lowering voting age, February 5, 1969
37, Tribute, Guy Gillette, former senator from Iowa, February 7, 1969
38, Picture, JR and Joseph E. Moody, President of National Coal Policy Conference, February 3, 1969
39, Reprints, regarding office of sheriff, from Bible times to today, January 27, 1969
40, Press Release, JR endorses President Nixon’s proposal on postmasters, February 6, 1969
41, Press Release, foreign steel imports, February 3, 1969
42, Press Release, JR will co-sponsor bill to establish Department of Peace, February 10, 1969
43, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Development Program, February 16, 1969
44, Letter to Honorable John A. Volpe, Secretary of Transportation, regarding airways and airport problems, February 20, 1969
45, Appendix, regarding handicapped articles about seven outstanding Americans, February 18, 1969
46, Press Release, disaster aid to schools by HEW, Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1967, February 19, 1969
47, Remarks of JR, eulogy of Senator E. L. Bartlett of Alaska, February 19, 1969
48, Hearings, Coal Mine Health and Safety legislation to begin February 27, February 19, 1969
49, Beeper, greeting to Mike Sinicpopi, 15th anniversary of WEIR radio, Weirton, February 20, 1969
50, Statement, regarding Judge Mary C. Barlow, February 19, 1969
51, Press Release, endorsement of John J. O’Leary, United States Bureau of Mines, February 20, 1969
52, Press Release, Senate allocates funds to investigate hunger, February 18, 1969
53, Statement, in United States Senate, regarding airport airways bill, February 26, 1969
54, Appendix, Vocational Industrial Clubs of America, Leadership Conference, Washington, February 25, 1969
55, Appendix, Presidential Prayer Breakfast, February 25, 1969
56, Statement, JR supports efforts to create fair trade steel policies, February 25, 1969
57, Statement, Solid Waste Disposal, article regarding Chicago use of compaction press, February 25, 1969
58, Conference on Employment of the Blind, Washington, February 26, 1969
59, Press Release, regarding Randolph-Sheppard Act, March 4, 1969
60, JR speaks on student disorders, March 5, 1969
61, Press Release, pension system for higher education educators, March 5, 1969
62, Press Release, state senators attend meeting regarding welfare programs in West Virginia, March 4, 1969
63, Speech, Marine Transportation Council, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, March 8, 1969
64, Statement, hearings on Coal Mine Health and Safety legislation, March 7, 1969
65, Speech, Urban Transportation Conference, “Federal Urban Highway Policy,” Pittsburgh, March 10, 1969
66, Analysis of the Orderly Marketing Act, March 1969
67, Press Release, imports of shoes and leather products, March 10, 1969
68, Statements, hearings, Public Works Committee, regarding confirmation of Francis C. Turner, Federal Highway Administrator, March 11, 1969
69, Statement oil import controls, Occidental Petroleum, Machiasport, Maine, march 12, 1969
70, Television Film, American Legion, 50th Anniversary medallion given to JR by Charles A. Kuhn, Fairmont, March 14, 1969
71, Statement, West Virginia-Ohio Interstate Air Pollution Control Compact, Weirton, March 15, 1969
72, Press Release, alcohol beverages, to require hazard labeling, March 17, 1969
73, Speech, “Transportation Programs: The Challenge of the 70s,” Architects and Consulting Engineers, Washington, March 19, 1969
74, Speech, General Contractors of America, Annual Conference, Washington, March 19, 1969
75, Speech, highways and airports comments, Rotary Club, Charleston, March 21, 1969
76, Speech, groundbreaking ceremonies, Ohio Valley College Housing Project, Parkersburg, March 21, 1969
77, Dedication, Weirton Post Office, Weirton, March 15, 1969
78, Press Release, alleged inactivity of Congress, March 24, 1969
79, Statement, nomination hearing, Federal co-chairmen of five Regional Economic Development Commissions, March 25, 1969
80, Statement, regarding young Americans have rally in Miami, Crusade for Decency, March 24, 1969
81, Press Release, bill to exempt older citizens from paying admission to recreation areas owned by the Federal government, March 25, 1969
82, Press Release, coal mine hearings, JR and RCB introduce new bill for compensation, March 26, 1969
83, Press Release, hearings regarding senior citizens, March 27, 1969
84, Speech, Association of Retired Persons, Coral Gables, Florida, April 5, 1969
85, Speech, Duval County Young Democrats, regarding lower voting age, Jacksonville, Florida, April 8, 1969


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86, Speech, “Government Employees Serve People,” Employee Award Luncheon, Greater Miami Federal Executives Council, Miami, Florida, April 8, 1969
87, Speech, “Challenge of the 70s,” Prospective 69 Symposium, Florida Junior College, Jacksonville, Florida, April 8, 1969
88, Press Release, Kanawha County Watershed Project cleared for technical work, April 1, 1969
89, Press Release, Workmen’s Compensation and Social Security payments, regarding disabled workers who receive both, April 3, 1969
90, Tribute to Dwight Eisenhower, April 3, 1969
91, Radio Program, “Meet the Member,” by Joseph McCaffrey, WMAL, Washington, April 4, 1969
92, Hearing, regarding Coal Mine Safety, testimony of Dr. William Stewart and Dr. Murray B. Hunter, March 18, 1969
93, Press Release, bill to establish Federal grant program for victims of pneumoconiosis not covered by state laws, April 3, 1969
94, Press Release and Hearings, Public Works Committee, regarding waste disposal, Boston, April 10, 1969
World Affairs Institute, Morgantown, April 11, 1969
95, Speech, “In Pursuit of Peace,” World Affairs Institute, Morgantown, April 11, 1969
96, Speech, Civil Engineers, Solid Waste Disposal meeting, April 11, 1969
97, Speech, “New Approaches for Community Progress,” Mon Valley Progress Council, Brownsville, Pennsylvania, April 16, 1969
98, Press Release, regarding public employees to strike, JR views, April 10, 1969
99, Speech, Junior Academy State Science Fair, West Liberty State College, April 12, 1969
100, Interview, Miami News with Carolyn Jay, April 4, 1969
101, Statement, regarding budget cuts in natural resources, April 14, 1969
102, Television Film, JR spoke on funds expended for defense, desires more funding for programs for future of America, April 9, 1969
103, Speech, “New Concepts and New Challenges for Public Works,” Portland Cement Association, White Sulphur Springs, April 17, 1969
104, Speech, “Water Problems,” Mining Environmental Conference, University of Missouri, Rolla, Missouri, April 16, 1969
105, Dr. James Allen to be assistant secretary of HEW, April 15, 1969
106, Speech, Boy Scout Appreciation Dinner, Clarksburg, April 21, 1969
107, Article by William H. Honan, “Art of Oratory in the Senate,” Esquire Magazine, May 1969
108, Inauguration of James A. Butcher as president of Shepherd College, Shepherdstown, April 19, 1969
109, Gallagher Report, The Gallagher Presidents Report, regarding business and United States corporations 110, Appendix, work week at Springfield College, Springfield, Massachusetts, April 22, 1969
111, Statement, Army Staff Sergeant Lester Hudson, Point Pleasant, on R & R vacation, Honolulu, Hawaii, April 18, 1969
112, Bill Solid Waste Disposal Act, by Edmund Muskie, April 18, 1969
113, Benedum Airport meeting, Bridgeport, April 21, 1969
114, Teachers should make study of history more interesting, April 24, 1969
115, Article by JR, regarding Arthurdale Homesteads, Blue Book, 1934, April 1969
116, Speech, “The Public Be Served and Protected,” The Amen Corner, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 24, 1969
117, Speech, inauguration of jet service by Eastern Airlines, Tri-State Airport, Huntington, April 27, 1969
118, Press Release, new post office for Charleston, April 25, 1969
119, Statement, regarding industry making major effort in pollution control, April 29, 1969
120, Statement, Loyalty Day, positive patriotism advocated by Veterans of Foreign Wars, April 29, 1969
121, Appendix, inland waterways of United States, editorial in Parkerburg Sentinel, by H. Sutton Sharp, editor, May 1, 1969
122, Speech, Letter Carriers of West Virginia, Huntington, May 3, 1969
123, Speech, West Virginia Council of B’Nai B’rith, Charleston, May 4, 1969
124, Hearings, regarding Coal Mine Health and Safety, Dr. Jethro Gough, witness, May 2, 1969
125, Statement, regarding Wheeling editorial regarding JR views on troop withdrawal from Vietnam, May 6, 1969
126, Statement, in United States Senate, regarding student riots, SDS, May 5, 1969
127, Speech, National Postal Union, Washington, May 6, 1969
128, Press Release, off shore and on shore facilities, oil spills, April 30, 1969
129, Speech, District of Columbia Metropolitan Area Highway Users Conference, May 9, 1969
130, Statement, Coal Mine Health and Safety Act, May 12, 1969
131, Radio Tape, American Legion meeting, regarding Americanism, May 12, 196
132, Statement, “Let Us move Forward with New Faith to Achieve World Peace,” February 7, 1969
133, Award, Speaker of the Year Awards Banquet, Morgantown, May 12, 1969
134, Speech, commencement, Emory and Henry College, Emory, Virginia, May 18, 1969
135, Speech, “New Tasks and New Challenges,” American Medical Association, Public Affairs Conference, Washington, May 17, 1969


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136, W.Va. Society, Son and Daughter of the Year, Washington, D.C., May 17, 1969
137, Speech, United Steelworkers of America, Washington, D.C., May 20, 1969
138, Speech, United Methodist Church, New Market, Virginia, May 19, 1969
139, Tape, Congressional comment regarding Peace, sponsored by United Church of Christ, Requested by Senator Proxmire, May 21, 1969
140, Press Release, Answer to I.E. Buff, regarding his criticism of the Senator on Air Pollution “Air Quality Act of 1967” not Air Pollution Control Act of 1967, May 21, 1969
141, Press Release, regarding Ralph Nader, Coal Mine Safety Bill, Clips and Memo to members of subcommittee on Labor, May 22, 1969
142, Magazine, Air Commuter, Picture of Senator, Allegheny Airlines, Japanese journalist Mr. Namiki Oka, April, 1969
143, Statement, Center Leg Freeway, transportation system, near Capitol Grounds, May 23, 1969
144, Appendix, Article on Family Health by former Vice President Hurbert H. Humphrey, May 23, 1969
145, Speech, Commencement, Oral Roberts University, Tulsa Oklahoma, May 25, 1969
146, Speech, Dedication of Restored Paymasters House, Harper’s Ferry, W.Va., National Historical Park, May 30, 1969
147, Speech, Marshall University, Alumni Association, Huntington, W.Va., “New Tasks and New Challenges,” May 31, 1969
148, TV-Tape, “At Issue” WSAZ-TV Huntington Interview by Carl Haeberle, May 30, 1969
149, Speech, also Press Release regarding Air Pollution, Air Quality Act of 1967, also remarks by Senator Muskie regarding criticism of Senator by Nader and Buff, May 26, 1969 Nader, Ralph, Clips and editorials regarding miners and mine safety, 1969
150, WTOP-TV, Transcript fo live interview with Nader and Buff, regarding Mine Bill Introduced by Senator Randolph, May 23, 1969
151, Speech, Historical Society of Barbour County, Philippi, WV, regarding Civil War Commemoration, June 2, 1969
152, Social Problems, Pamphlet “Return to Responsibility” by Frank Goble, June 4, 1969
153, Press Release, regarding letter to Secretary of Interior Walter J. Hickel regarding Coal Mine Health and Safety Laws, June 4, 1969
154, Press Release, relief for victims of natural disasters such as floods, etc., with cash, food and shelter, June 5, 1969
155, President Nixon’s Commencement speech to the Air Force Academy, June 3, 1969
156, Luncheon, William Randolph Hearts, 7th United States Senate Youth Program, May, 1969
157, Magazine, American Legion Magazine Article by Senator Randolph regarding 18-year olds voting, June, 1969
158, Statement, regarding Environmental Quality Improvement Act of 1969, June 10, 1969
159, Speech, High School Commencement, Harpers Ferry, June 9, 1969
160, Speech, High School Commencement, Lumberport, June 10, 1969
161, Speech, High School Commencement, Priceton, June 11, 1969
162, Tribute, to John L. Lewis, United Mine Workers Leader, deceased, June 12, 1969
163, Breakfast, at the Capitol Goddard Youth Science Congress, May 2, 1969
164, Press Release, regarding interest rate on loans will hurt economy, asks for cutback, June 16, 1969
165, Appendix, Transportation problems, strikes pose serious threats, June 5, 1969
166, Memo and Telegram, to Honorable John O’Leary, Director of Mine’s regarding Coal Mine Health and Safety Act, memo to Chairman and members of subcommittee on Labor 167, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Development Act, Amendment to improve Occupational health of coal miners, June 17, 1969
168, Hearings, Highway beautification program, Public Works Committee
169, Clergy and Laymen, regarding their interest in Vietnam, June 18, 1969
170, Press Release, Appalachian highway program extended to 1973, hope to increase funds by $150 million, June 19, 1969
171, Speech, West Virginia observes her 106th Anniversary, June 20, 1969
172, Press Release, Research into Air Pollution resulting from Combustion of fuels to extend Through fiscal 1970 authorization for appropriations and expenditures, June 20, 1969 173, Speech, Lions Club, Clarksburg, W.Va., “Return to Responsibility,” June 13, 1969
174, Statement, opening statement regarding Highway Safety Act of 1966, June 24, 1969
175, Speech, Cumberland Chapter National Conference of Christians and Jews, Cumberland, Maryland, “In Pursuit of Peace” topic, June 24, 1969
176, Youth Governor’s Conference, YMCA Luncheon, June 24, 1969
177, Bill to amend the Randolph-Sheppard Act, June 20, 1969
178 Radio Tape, reference campus disorders to be used by Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK, June 27, 1969
179 Speech, Deed presented to Environmental Health Center, Morgantown, June 28, 1969
180 Press Release, Interest Rate Regulation, June 26, 1969
181 Press Release, Jim Harris release reference Mine Bill-reference mistakes made, June 22, 1969
182 Press Release, Appalachian Development Programs approved for another two years-highways-health programs, June 26, 1969
183 Press Release, Coal Mine Safety Bill reported from Labor Subcommittee to improve working conditions of miners without endangering their jobs, June 30, 1969
184 Press Release, Allegheny Airlines filed for commuter service with the Civil Aeronautics Board, June 26, 1969
185 Hearings, Air and water pollution hearings, Jacksonville, FL, June 12, 1969
186 Olympics, Mid-Atlantic Special Olympics for children, Maryland, June 21, 1969
187 Statement, Roadbuilders move to protect the environment in the Senate, July 1, 1969
188 Press Release, Cutbacks in education activities in fiscal year 1970, July 1, 1969
189 Hearings and Discussion by Senator Randolph and John O’Leary, Director, Bureau of Mines, July 7, 1969
190 Luncheon, National Youth Science Camp, July 9, 1969
191 Statement, Americans should remember “The Rugged Road to Independence” this July 4, 1969, July 2, 1969
192 Breakfast, Prayer Breakfast for Emperor H. Salassie-Capitol, July 10, 1969
193 Press Release, Appalachian Regional Development Act extended for another two years, July 8, 1969
194 Press Release, Research for eliminating certain types of air pollution approved for another year, July 8, 1969
195 Air Commuter Magazine for June- picture of the Senator and story reference flight March 7, 1969, Captain Rintoul to Boston, MA, Allegheny Airlines, March 7, 1969
196 Press Release, Benedum, Michael L tribute on his 100th birthday, July 16, 1969
197 Press Release, Airport Development Bill introduced by Senator Randolph, July 18, 1969
198 Radio tape, Airports and Air traffic problems: capital cities by Barry Gould, July 18, 1969
199 Speech, National Association of Postmasters, Huntington, July 19, 1969
200, Press Release, Allegheny Airlines filed application for commuter service to be used at Morgantown, July 18, 1969


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201, Press Release, Speech to the International Platform Association, Washington, DC regarding Congress, too much power placed in Executive Branch, July 22, 1969
202, Press Release, Coalmine Health and Safety Bill-to be reported by August 1, 1969 by Committee, July 24, 1969
203, Press Release, Contributions of Colonel Charles Yeager to space program, Apollo Flight, August 24, 1969
204 Tape, Senator urges Vietnam Cease Fire-Congressional Comment, July 17, 1969
205 Speech, Dedication of Wyoming County Airport (Kee Airport), July 27, 1969
206 Press Release, Deepening the harbor at Hampton Roads, Virginia, July 25, 1969
207 Speech, Hearings on Airport-Airways Legislation, Trust Fund advocated, July 29, 1969
208 Statement, Senator Randolph supports surtax extension coupled with tax reform, July 29, 1969
209 Speech, Reference lower voting age to eighteen years to members of Judiciary Committee, Girls Nation, American University, July 30, 1969
210 Television and Radio tape, Coal Mine Health and Safety Bill, July 30, 1969
211 Press Release, Coal Mine Health and Safety Bill reported from committee, July 31, 1969
212 Press Release, Industrial Plant for Hardy County- Wood Irradiation plant, July 31, 1969
213 Press Release, Byrd and Randolph joint release reference RD Bailey Reservoir, July 31, 1969
214 Press Release, Appalachian Highway Program, Asked for two year extension plus money for engineering, right of way, etc, July 31, 1969
215 Sterling Picnic, Camp Muffly, JW Ruby President of Sterling Faucet Company, Morgantown, June 28, 1969
216 Press Release, Senator Randolph sponsors Civil Service Retirement Bill, August 4, 1969
217 Press Release, Airways, Airports system, Senator Randolph testified before the Senate Commerce Committee-Aviation, July 29, 1969
218, Press Release, JR opposed to deployment of anti-ballistic missile system (ABM), August 5, 1969
219, Telegram, John D. Rockefeller IV to JR, regarding Coal Mine Health and Safety Bill, August 5, 1969
220, Press Release, press conference to announce hearings on flood control, Washington area, August 6, 1969
221, Statement and Press Release, regarding coal mine safety and attack by Buff, et al, August 11, 1969
222, Statement, Mass Transit System, public transportation, August 8, 1969
223, Press Release, welfare program and job proposals, August 8, 1969
224, Speech, Water Conditioning Association International, St. Louis, August 13, 1969
225, JR crowned Potomac Highland Queen, Romney, August 8, 1969
226, Statement, lower voting age to 18; 67 senators sponsoring constitutional amendment, August 12, 1969
227, Pamphlet, “Forming and Operating a Flying Club,” Federal Aviation Administration, May 1969
228, Groundbreaking, Harrison Station, Monongahela Power Company, Haywood, August 18, 1969
229, Speech, “Years of Significant Decisions,” American Road Builders Association, White Sulphur Springs, August 15, 1969
230, Press Release, Maust Coal and Coke Company, Island Creek Coal purchased, August 12, 1969
231, Speech, National Park Service seminar, Stephen T. Mather Training Center, Harpers Ferry, September 4, 1969
232, Speech, “Challenge of the Times,” Constructor Magazine, Associated Contractors Magazine, August 13, 1969
233, Lions Club Directory, West Virginia, 1969-1970
234, Press Release, Stonewall Jackson Lake contract to develop plans, August 20, 1969
235, Speech, Introduction of Representative Carl Perkins at opening of Harrison County Schools, Clarksburg, August 25, 1969
236, Press Release, Kanawha Airport to regrade and reconstruct airway and runway sections, August 27, 1969
237, Press Release, JR to press for enactment of major federal disaster relief program, August 29, 1969
238, Press Release, Telegram to President Nixon regarding cutback in funds for public works projects, September 4, 1969
239, Speech, Groundbreaking for West Virginia Best Corporation, West Virginia Tomato Growers, Flemington, September 13, 1969
240, Speech, West Virginia Federation of Democratic Women, Clarksburg, September 13, 1969
241, Press Conference, Public Works Association, Cleveland, September 14, 1969
242, Speech, Conference on Sediment Control, Washington, September 15, 1969
243, Speech, Conference Report on HR 6508, disaster relief, September 18, 1969


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244, Speech, “Challenges and Changes in Transportation,” National Association of Motor Bus Owners, Atlantic City, New Jersey, September 17, 1969
245, Press Release, National Highway Week, September 20, 1969
246, Speech, “The Changing Challenge in Highway Development, Virginia Motor Vehicle Conference breakfast meeting, Richmond, September 23, 1969
247, Statement, following death of Senator Dirksen, September 7, 1969
No 248
249, Master of Ceremonies, NBAA’s “First Nighter Banquet,” Washington, September 23, 1969
250, Award to JR, University Aviation Association, Washington, September 24, 1969
251, Speech, “Return to Responsibility,” Indiana Electric Association, French Lick, Indiana, September 26, 1969
252, Speech, Coal Mine Health and Safety Bill, S. 2917, September 26, 1969
253, Press Release, regarding Priority Point of Order, Coal Mine Health and Safety Bill, regarding tax assessment on coal, September 29, 1969
254, Television Interview, regarding Joel Philip Myers, Blown Glass Objects, Blenko Glass, Milton, September 29, 1969
255, Speech, “Accelerating the Pace Toward Environmental Quality,” United States Chamber of Commerce, October 1, 1969
256, Television Interview, JR with Don Knight, American Road Builders, regarding highways, September 30, 1969
257, Picture, JR with others, Gospel Voice, October 1969
258, Speech, “Changing Challenge of Higher Education,” Founder’s Day Program, West Virginia Wesleyan College, Buckhannon, October 3, 1969
259, Reprint, “the Coal Miner is a Responsible Citizen,” Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Act of 1969, September 30, 1969
260, Reprint, regarding Kanawha Airport and JR letter to Henry B. Wehrle, Jr., September 30, 1969
262, Material, Campus Unrest?, Springfield College Work Week, Student Disorders, Etc., October 1969
263, Emcee, Banquet honoring T. Edward Davis, athletic coach, Salem College, October 4, 1969
264, Speech, United States Senate, regarding Water Quality Improvement Act of 1969, S. 7, October 7, 1969
265, Senator Daniel Inouye of Hawaii, speaker at Salem College Political Science Conference, October 8, 1969
266, Letter and Material, Republican Party Headquarters, asking for donations for programs, October 1969
267, Letter to Editor, Dominion-News, regarding editorial, “The Senate Giveth, Barons Taketh Away,” Coal Mine Health and Safety Act, October 2, 1969
268, Article, Jennings Randolph, regarding youth and generation gap, September 3, 1969
269, Speech, Rehabilitation and Employment of the Handicapped, First Annual Award Dinner, Morgantown, October 9, 1969
270, Poem, Roy Lee Harmon, Poet Laureate of West Virginia, October 6, 1969
271, Press Release, Jennings Randolph and Robert C. Byrd, regarding foreign imports
272, Statement, regarding St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation, October 13, 1969
273, Statement, regarding Vietnam Moratorium, October 14, 1969
274, Dedication of Okey Logan Alexander Center for Creative and Performing Arts, Concord College, October 19, 1969
275, Article, Ben A. Franklin, regarding acid mine drainage in Appalachia, New York Times, October 15, 1969
276, Editorial, regarding Coal Mine Bill passage, Washington Daily News, October 15, 1969
277, Founders Award to Jennings Randolph, Library Named “Jennings Randolph Hall,” Davis and Elkins College, Elkins, October 20, 1969
278, Press Release, Jennings Randolph Provides Leadership in Laws to Aid Libraries, October 20, 1969
279, Press Release, Home Safety Information for Older Citizens, October 29, 1969
280, Press Release, elect the President by direct, popular vote, October 19, 1969
281, Statement, Jennings Randolph Endorses Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO) Extension Bill, United States Senate, October 14, 1969
282, Press Release, Appalachian Economic Development Program, Congressman Robert E. Jones, Alabama, praises work of Jennings Randolph
283, Speech, “The Rebirth of Responsibility,” American Cancer Society, Raleigh, North Carolina
284, Press Release, Hearings by Post Office and Civil Service Committee to consider early retirement legislation for air traffic controllers
285, Article, Jennings Randolph, “Accelerating the Pace Toward Environmental Quality,” Outdoor West Virginia
286, Press Release, conferees unable to agree on S. 2276, air pollution funding
287, Tribute to Senator Stephen M. Young, Ohio
288, Article, regarding Appalachia, L. B. Taylor, Jr., Skyline Magazine, October 1969
289, Tribute, Buck Chambers and Dave Ebert retire from Service Department
290, Press Release, regarding nuclear weapons, MIRV reentry vehicle, arms limitation talks with Soviet Union, October 31, 1969
291, Information regarding state parks projects for West Virginia, November 4, 1969
292, Press Release, Wilson G. Dunn, Sr., Bluefield, honored regarding 50 years of continuous flying, November 1, 1969
293, Statement, regarding conference report on S. 1072, Appalachian Program Extension, etc., November 5, 1969
294, Dinner at White House, Prince Philip of Great Britain, November 4, 1969
295, Parkersburg-Marietta air pollution problems, meeting West Virginia and Ohio authorities, October 29, 1969
296, Statement, regarding Vietnam and comments on President Nixon’s speech, moratorium comments, November 6, 1969
297, Statement, Jennings Randolph, death of William D. Evans, Jr., Fairmont
298, Beeper, regarding House passage of new airport/airways bill, November 7, 1969
299, Statement, regarding amendment to PL 815, Subcommittee on Education, November 6, 1969
300, Press Release, Appropriations Committees to Increase Appropriations for Non-Highway Programs of Appalachian Regional Commission, November 10, 1969


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301, Press Release, Flood Control Projects in West Virginia, Approval of more money in Appropriations Subcommittee
302, Statement, regarding Water Quality Appropriations; Press Release, Pollution Control Programs, November 12, 1969
303, Press Release, Education Programs, House passed resolution to increase funding of programs, October 29, 1969
304, Speech, testimonial dinner for Lister Hill, League of Women Voters, Montgomery, Alabama, November 14, 1969
305, Speech, “The Changing Challenge in Highway Development,” American Road Builders Association (ARBA) Student Chapter, West Virginia Highway Conference, West Virginia Institute of Technology, November 21, 1969
306, Press Release, Jennings Randolph to support nomination of Judge Clement Haynsworth, November 20, 1969
307, Speech, Dedication Ceremonies, Spencer Hospital, November 22, 1969
308, Speech, Political Science group, Bethany College, November 22, 1969
309, Bill signing, Appalachian Development Act, White House, November 25, 1969
310, Statement, regarding fuels research is vitally essential in pollution programs, November 25, 1969
311, Statement, regarding Hurricane Camille Disaster Areas, Virginia and West Virginia, November 24, 1969
312, Article, Jennings Randolph, for Charleston Gazette, Progress Supplement
313, Statement, Lumber Standards, Engineering Data for Structural Lumber, March 20, 1969
314, Article, for editorial regarding pollution, Elkins Inter-Mountain, December 3, 1969
315, University Forum Committee Sponsored Coal Mine Safety Conference, West Virginia University, November 20-22, 1969
316, Press Release, Beeper, regarding Tax Reform Bill, December 3, 1969
317, Statement, Jennings Randolph commends youth of today, December 4, 1969
318, Press Release, Senator advocated amendments to Tax Reform Bill, regarding raising the minimum payment of Social Security, effective January, 1970, December 5, 1969
319, Press Release, Bill reported by Committee to continue federal aid to schools of public health for another five years, December 4 ,1969
320, Article, by Senator Randolph for Government Executive regarding Our Environment: of Growing Concern, December 8, 1969
321, Press Release, Senator Cooper and Senator Randolph joined coal states senators to offer amendment for amortization of coal mine equipment, December 6, 1969
322, Press Release, Tax reform bill – comments regarding League of Women Voters organized labor’s committee, Fannin amendment defeated Talmadge substitute, both defeated, December 8, 1969
323, Press release, Scenic Highway in Monongahela National Forest, Highway Grant, December 8, 1969
324, Speech, Dedication of new Ohio River Bridge, Point Pleasant, W.Va., December 16, 1969
325, Radio News, Unmonitored Radio News, Article by Nicholas von Hoffman in the Washington Post, December 10, 1969
326, Mailing List, 1970-U.S. Senate Calendar, December, 1969
327, Speech material, from Appalachian Regional Commission, December, 1969
328, Charleston Convention, Calendar for 1970, December, 1969
329, Press Release, Safeguard Anti-ballistic Missile, December 18, 1969
330, Statement, Air Quality Act, Air Pollution Statistics on Research, December 16, 1969
331, Statement, Enactment of H.R. 14794, Transportation Appropriations, December 17, 1969
332, Press Release, Conference report of the Committee’s agreement on final Coal Mine Health and Safety Act, language, December 16, 1969
333, Press Release, Appropriations for Education programs, December 17, 1969
334, Statement, Committee on Aging, “The Economics of Aging: Toward a Full Share in Abundance,” December 18, 1969
335, Press Release, Air traffic control towers at Benedum Airport and Morgantown Airport, December 17, 1969
336, Press Release, Amendment to Coal Mine Health and Safety Bill to provide funding for disability benefits, December 18, 1969
337, Article, by Norman Vincent Peale, regarding Jesus of Nazareth, December, 1969
338, Press Release, Amendment to provide construction assistance to school districts containing large amounts of federal property, December 19, 1969
339, Press Release, Arnold O. Babb, brother of Mrs. Randolph died yesterday, December 20, 1969
340, Prayer Breakfast, remarks by Senator Talmadge, December 3, 1969
341, Press Release, Coal Mine Health and Safety Bill signed by President Nixon, December 30, 1969
342, Tape, regarding Good Street lighting public safety “operation safe city” anticrime program, November 26, 1969
343, Tape, New Years, Greetings to be used Radio Station WEIR, Weirton, W.Va., December 31, 1969
343-a, Article, Challenge to America regarding Air and Water Pollution “The Ugly, Costly Face of Pollution,” December 31, 1969
343-b, Press Release, regarding pay Bill for Postal and Federal employees, H.R. 13000, December 18, 1969
343-c, Dinner, Thomas F. Eagleton, Birthday Dinner, Saint Louis, MO, December 13, 1969
343-d, Baptism Sermon, when Jennings Randolph III as baptised, Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, August 1, 1969
343-e, Honorary Degree for John A. Volpe, Secretary of Transportation from Oblate College, Washington, D.C., Senator Randolph attended, December 8, 1969
343-f, Imports, Apparell and man-made fiber imports, November 21, 1969
1970 MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAMS
344, Speech, “The Advocate Program,” Los Angeles, California, January 11, 1970
345, Speech, Dedication of the Elkins Housing Project for the elderly, Elkins, W.Va., January 10, 1970
346, Reference material, regarding Appalachian Regional Commission, Projects, etc., January, 1970
347, Press Release, Letter to President Nixon regarding pollution control, air and water, January 15, 1970
348, Press Release, Letter to Secretary Hickel, regarding Bureau of Mines search for qualified personnel, January 16, 1970
349, Press Release, Sponsor legislation to provide a new Assistant Attorney General to head an organized crime division in the Justice Department, January 20, 1970
350, Press Release, Comments on the Appalachian Regional Commission Programs, December 22, 1970
351, Statement, Environmental Pollution Problems, funding necessary, January 21, 1970
352, Appendix, birthday anniversary of Stonewall Jackson, January 21, 1970
353, Hearings, Science and Technology, by Committee on Small Business, January 21, 1970
354, Statement, State of the Union message, by President Richard Nixon, January 22, 1970
355, Press Release, JR supports extension of Hill-Burton Hospital Construction and Modernization Program, January 23, 1970
356, Press Release, JR and Robert C. Byrd urge release of funds for Stonewall Jackson and Rowlesburg Lakes, January 24, 1970
357, Worldwide Bible Crusade, U. S. Bible Society, Washington, January 28, 1970
358, Press Release, subway system, meeting with handicapped, January 28, 1970
359, Statement, Newspaper Preservation Act, S. 1520, January 29, 1970
360, Press Release, regarding clear-cutting of timber, Forest Service, Department of Agriculture, January 30, 1970
361, Speech, National Forum on Industrial Arts, National Education Association Building, Washington, January 30, 1970
362, Hearings, regarding Hurricane Camille disaster, Roanoke, Virginia, February 3, 1970
363, Remarks by JR on death of mayor John Wesley Smith, Beckley, February 2, 1970
364, Statement, Interstate Compact on Air Pollution in Ohio and West Virginia, February 2, 1970
365, Statement, Public Transportation Assistance Act of 1969, February 2, 1970


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366, Statement, peace in the Middle East, Israel and Arab nations, February 3, 1970
367, Television Tape, partial transcript of Dick Cavett interview with Joe McGinniss regarding coal, January 20, 1970
368, Press Release, hearing regarding amendment to lower voting age to 18, February 4, 1970
368A, Conference Meeting, Aviation Foundation, Morgantown Airport, February 4, 1970
369, Speech, Constructors Association of Western Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, February 6, 1970
370, Herald-Dispatch comments on bill regarding press releases, February 4, 1970
371, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Development programs, ABC Budget for West Virginia, February 5, 1970
372, Speech, West Virginia Principals Breakfast, Washington, February 9, 1970
373, Statement, hearings on Science and Technology, February 10, 1970
374, Press Release, new postal program, expanded services for home delivery, February 11, 1970
375, Statement, before Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments of Senate Judiciary Committee, February 16, 1970
376, Statement, on Senate Resolutions 326 and 327, pollution control, Appropriations, Public Works Committee, February 16, 1970
377, Tape, Georgetown University forum regarding 18 year-old voting age, February 17, 1970
378, Tape, American interest in the Middle East, February 20, 1970
379, Prayer Breakfast, speech by Senator Wallace F. Bennett of Utah, “Spiritual Seventies,” January 28, 1970
380, Press Release, JR urges moratorium on clear-cutting, February 18, 1970
381, Article, regarding drug abuse, C & P Telephone Company publication, The Transmitter, February 18, 1970
382, Speech, “Return to Responsibility,” International Crossroads Breakfast, Washington, February 22, 1970
383, UPI Radio-Television, release by Bob Welling, regarding 18 year-old voting, February 17, 1970
384, Article by JR, “A New Spirit for the Seventies,” regarding Appalachian progress, February 1970
385, Statement, before the Transportation Committee on the Governor’s Conference and the Committee on Public Works, February 26, 1970
386, Press Release, award to JR for outstanding service to American Small Business Community, February 25, 1970
387, Press Release, sheet glass tariff, JR urges that rate be restored to provide relief from foreign imports, February 25, 1970
388, Press Release, Crime in Washington, Executive Protection Service Bill, February 24, 1970
389, Hearings, regarding coal research, introduction of Joseph W. Leonard, WVU, February 27, 1970
390, Presidential Prayer Breakfast, Washington, February 5, 1970
391, Hearings, Air and Water Pollution Subcommittee, Solid Waste Disposal, March 3, 1970
392, Speech, “Congress Wants to Know,” American Road Builders Association meeting, New York, March 4, 1970
393, Television Tape, Thomas P. Malloy of Parkersburg, State Legion Commander, American Legion, March 3, 1970
394, Reprint, Congressional Record, Airport and Airways Development Act of 1969, February 25, 1970
395, Statement, Join Resolution, first week of May to be proclaimed at National Employ the Older Worker Week, February 6, 1970
396, Statement, railroad strike to extend no-strike provisions of railroad law for 37-day period prescribed, March 4, 1970
397, Press Release, Army Corps of Engineers will testify on dumping of sludge in Atlantic Ocean from sewage treatment plants in New York and New Jersey area, February 21, 1970
398, Italian Executives of America present certificate of appreciation to JR, January 28, 1970
399, Press Release, clear-cutting and letter to Edward P. Cliff, chief of United States Forest Service, Department of Agriculture, March 6, 1970
400, Speech, “The Future for Public Works,” General Contractors Association, New Orleans, March 10, 1970
401, Press Release, hearings regarding Blue Ridge Stream Hydroelectric Power Project, New River, near Galax, Virginia, March 10, 1970
402, Bill Phillips, JR, copy of speech, regarding Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC), March 3, 1970
403, Press Release, campus teach-ins on environmental problems, March 11, 1970
404, Press Release, Senate Select Committee on Equal Education Opportunity, February 25, 1970
405, Press Release, Voting Rights Bill, Mansfield amendment for Congress to lower voting age to 18 rather than ratify amendment to United States constitution, March 11, 1970
406, Press Release, amendment designed to A.D. rural school districts in National Forest areas, education amendments, March 13, 1970
407, Speech, hearing regarding clear-cutting, Forest Service asked to declare moratorium on new timber sales, March 14, 1970
408, Tape, WTAP-TV, Parkersburg, regarding more powerful transmitter for station, March 16, 1970
409, Statement, hearings, Subcommittee on Air and Water Pollution, Air Quality Act, March 17, 1970
410, Speech, Washington Host Lions Club, Washington, March 18, 1970
411, Magazine Article, regarding progress in Appalachia, US News and World Report, March 23, 1970
412, Clippings, Congressional Record, regarding Coal Mine Health and Safety, March 1970
413, Statement, hearings, Tony Boyle, president of the UMWA, Labor and Public Welfare Committee, March 20, 1970
414, Articles, “The Chicago Seven” Trial, regarding riots during the Democratic National Convention, March 1970
415, Letter to George Romney, Secretary of HUD, regarding Triangle Project, Charleston, March 17, 1970
416, Speech, Charleston Chamber of Commerce, Action Group Luncheon, March 21, 1970
417, Statistics, ARC funding for West Virginia through 1970, March 20, 1970
418, Statement, of John A. Volpe, Secretary of Transportation, before the Air and Water Pollution, Subcommitte, March 24, 1970
419, Press Release, Clearcutting Tour by Senator through the Monongahela National Forest, March 26, 1970
420, Press Release, Drug Prevention Bill, Drug Abuse, Marijuana, LSD, etc, March 31, 1970
421, Statement, in the U.S. Senate, reprint Justice and order in Courts of Law, April 1, 1970
422, Statement, Strikes, Government employees, Postal strike, illegal strikes against the Government, April 2, 1970
423, Press Release, Railroad Retirement, Supplemental Pension Bill, March 9, 1970
424, Press Release, Funds for Veterans Hospital
425, Press Release, Postal Increase stamps, Senator feels this would be an unjust burden, April 3, 1970
426, Press Release, White House bill signing Water Quality Improvement Act of 1970, April 3, 1970
427, Press Release, Hearings set for April 14, regarding Blue Ridge project and Kanawha Basin, Electric Utility, April 8, 1970
428, Appendix, “Challenge to Change” speech of Allan W. Ostar, Executive Director, American Association, State Colleges & Universities, April 8, 1970
429, Press Release, Moratorium on clearcutting requested until the Forest Management Practices Commission completes its study, April 6, 1970
430, Pollution in Europe, Sweden’s environmental expert gives warnings, April 8, 1970
431, Electric Car, Pollution Free Copper Electric Car Test driven by Congressman In Capital, April 9, 1970
432, Speech, Breakfast meeting, Teachers of Mathematics, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, April 2, 1970
433, Press Release, Senator Randolph supports restoring of voluntary prayer in schools, April 13, 1970
434, World Affairs Institute 1970, Morgantown, W.Va., Senator Mike Gravel, Alaska speaker, April 10, 1970
435, T.V. Tape, Panorama, WTTG-TV, Washington, D.C., April 13, 1970
436, Statement, Hearing, Great Kanawha Basin and Blue Ridge Project, April 14, 1970
437, Campaign ’70, Foreign Policy Briefs, Packets of briefs, April 14, 1970
438, Statement, Hearings, Committee on Public works, regarding highways, April 15, 1970
439, Speech, Bethany College, Bethany, W.Va., Tri-State Environmental Conference April 16, 1970
440, Speech, Buckhannon, W.Va., West Virginia Wesleyan College, West Virginia Academy of Science, April 17, 1970
441, Speech, University of Missouri, Pollution, etc., April 18, 1970
442, Speech, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, “Pollution and what to do about it,” April 21, 1970


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443, Speech, Morgantown University, Teach-in-Earth Day, Morgantown, W.Va., “Citizen League for Environmental Action Now – CLEAN, April 22, 1970
444, Radio Tape, “Hurricane Foresight” Forum of the New Orleans State, April 22, 1970
445, Speech, Traffic Safety, Washington, D.C., “Facing the Facts on Highway Safety,” A role for local officials, April 24, 1970
446, Interview, National Association of the Deaf, Handicapped, April 16, 1970
447, Article, “Mother Earth is Dying,” regarding pollution, April, 1970
448, Statement, Airport/Airways Program, STOL Aircraft, Articles regarding STOL, Parade Magazine Article, April 23, 1970
449, Speech, St. Louis, MO, Citizens Award Dinner, Senator Stuart Symington, April 25, 1970
450, Pictures, Old Pictures of Senator and others, regarding airmail pick-up ceremonies April 1970
451, Speech, Tri-Towns, Chamber of Commerce, Piedmont, W.Va., May 1, 1970
452, Statement, regarding violence and counter violence destroy freedom, campus unrest, May 6, 1970
453, Statement, Senator Randolph stresses dangers of U.S. Action in Cambodia, May 6, 1970
454, Reference Material, regarding Union Carbide in West Virginia, May 1970
455, Speech, Groundbreaking for the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital, Weston, W.Va., May 10, 1970
456, Speech, Mexican, United States Interparliamentary Conference, May 6, 1970
464, Statement, Hearings on S. 3242, Bridge Replacement Program, Federal-Aid Highway Program, Public Works Committee, May 18, 1970
465, Speech, American Management Association Environmental Conference, New York, New York, “Business can cooperate with Government,” May 25, 1970
466, Senate Prayer Breakfast, Senator Herman e. Talmadge, speaker, May 6, 1970
467, Speech, “Is America Worth Saving?” by Judge Robert E. Maxwell, May 13, 1970
468, Speech, W.Va. Senior Citizens’ Conference, Jacksons Mill, W.Va., May 20, 1970
469, Press Release, Statement by the Senator regarding sending our forces into Cambodia May 19, 1970
470, Statement, for Press Kit, National Steel and its Weirton units, solid waste, May 20, 1970
471, Statement, by Senator Muskie on the Nader Task Force Report, May 12, 1970
472, Press Release, Postal Breakfast, Honorarium check returned, May 21, 1970
473, Press Release, Clearcutting a National issue letter to Russell Train, Council on Environmental Quality, May 25, 1970
474, Statement, regarding students who are lobbying against the Administration and the War, May 25, 1970
475, Speech, Harpers Ferry, W.Va. Chamber of Commerce meeting honoring the National Park Service, Harpers Ferry Center, May 27, 1970
476, Article, by Senator Randolph and in the Pathway Magazine, regarding clearcutting, May 1970
477, Speech, Commencement, Romney Deaf and Blind School, Romney, W.Va., “There Is much that is right with America,” June 4, 1970
478, Press Release, Cooper-Church amendments to the military sales act calling for a pullout from Cambodia, June 2, 1970
479, Statement, in the U.S. Senate, regarding Special Tax on leaded gasoline, Senator thinks tax should be on high compression auto engines, June 3, 1970
480, Statement, Highway hearings set for June 9 and July 12, June 3, 1970


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481, Award, Honorary award to Senator Randolph, Bethany College, Bethany, W.Va., May 30, 1970
482, Speech material, by Raymond W. Miller, President World Trade Relations, Inc., Washington, D.C., June, 1970
483, Speech, High School Commencement, Circleville, W.Va., also Press Release, Franklin, W.Va., regarding shoe imports from foreign countries, June 4, 1970
484, Small Colleges – Reference Material, June, 1970
485, Article, in Success Unlimited by Senator Randolph, regarding Generation Gap, “What Pop Taught Me,” June, 1970
486, Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, Charleston, W.Va., Democratice Executive Committee, June 6, 1970
487, Speech, National Association of Postal Supervisors, W.Va., State Branch, Weirton, W.Va., June 6, 1970
488, Press Release, Wilderness area designated in bill introduced by Senator Ranolph, June 5, 1970
489, Article, Success Unlimited, Editor W. Clement Stone, “PMA” Positive Mental Attitude, June 11, 1970
490, Press Release, Shoe Imports, also telegram sent to the President, June 4, 1970
491, Press Release, Picture of Senator and Dr. Russell Train, Chairman, Council on Environmental Quality, regarding clearcutting and timber management practices Of the U/S Forest Service
492, Speech, Dedication of Municipal Water System and Flag Day, Junior, W.Va., June 14, 1970
493, Statement, Radiation Health and Safely Act of 1970, June 16, 1970
494, James E. Allen, Jr., U.S. Commissioner of Education fired by Nixon, Statement By Senator Randolph, June 12, 1970
495, Speech, Alcohol and Drug Abuse studies, West Virginia University, Morgantown, W.Va., June 18, 1970
496, Speech, Young Mens Christian Association (YMCA), Youth Governors Luncheon, Washington, June 22, 1970
497, Press Release, Statement regarding President’s speech on the nation’s economy, June 17, 1970
498, Press Release, water resources projects in the Appalachian Region, April 7, 1970
499, Speech, D. C. Stand Operators Association Inc., Randolph-Sheppard Act, Washington, June 20, 1970
500, Press Release, Byrd Amendment to the Cooper-Church Amendment to protect troops in Vietnam, June 23, 1970
501, Speech, American Association of Industrial Management, Washington, June 23, 1970
502, Press Release, JR questioned by students, June 25, 1970
503, Tribute, to Senator Mike Mansfield of Montana, June 25, 1970
504, Statement, authorizations for the Economic Development Administration, June 29, 1970
505, Testimony by Dr. Wilmer S. Cody, regarding Equal Education Opportunity, June 23, 1970
506, Statement, JR supports Cooper-Church Amendment, June 30, 1970
507, Press Release, Medical Facilities Construction and Modernization Amendments, Hill-Burton Hospital Construction Program, June 29, 1970
508, Press Release, air bag safety devices for all cars sold in United States, July 2, 1970
509, Speech, Science and Technology, Huntsville, Alabama, July 6, 1970
510, Speech, Stewardess Service by Scheduled Airlines in 40 years old, May 15, 1970
511, Press Release, YMCA, Youth Governors Conference, July 10, 1970
512, Hearings, opening remarks by JR, Roading Hearing, regarding highway plans, July 13, 1970
513, Luncheon, National Youth Science Camp, Washington, July 8, 1970
514, Speech, Award Luncheon, Randolph-Sheppard Act, Vendors of America, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, July 13, 1970
515, Speech, Philadelphia Area American Baptist Men, annual banquet, April 24, 1970
516, Speech Copy, Senator J. Caleb Boggs, Senate Prayer Breakfast, April 8, 1970
517, Speech, Federal Fuels and Energy Bill, introduced by JR, July 16, 1970
518, Speech, Associated General Contractors of America, regarding highway transportation problems and programs, White Sulphur Springs, July 18, 1970
519, Speech, National Association of Postmasters of the United States, Clarksburg, July 18, 1970
520, Press Release, Air Pollution Control, Parkersburg-Marietta area, July 22, 1970


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521, Speech, Appalachian Educational Laboratory, Morris Harvey College, Charleston, July 28, 1970
522, Statement, regarding S. J. Resolution 207, establishing a Joint Congressional Committee on the environment, July 27, 1970
523, Statement, Resource Recovery Act of 1970/Solid Waste Disposal Act of 1965, July 29, 1970
524, Press Release, bill introduced to reactivate the Public Works Acceleration Act, July 31, 1970
525, Speech, Soil Conservation District Supervisors, Pipestem State Park, August 4, 1970
526, Press Release, Coal Mine Hearings for Washington and Charleston, August 4, 1970
527, Editorial, New York Times, regarding Wild, Wonderful West Virginia; shocked by exodus of people; will woo industry and hold young, August 3, 1970
528, Press Release, Public Works Committee, sub-committee on roads, will have highway Hearings August 25, July 31, 1970
529, Press Release, Allegheny and Piedmont Airlines, new scheduled service, August, 1970
530, Speech, Government Employees Convention, Denver, Colorado, August 10, 1970
531, Press Release, regarding revision of the uniform Code of Military Justice, August 11, 1970
532, Press Release, Appropriations for flood control and navigation projects, Dams, etc, August 11, 1970
533, Picture, Weirton girl and her guest from Italy, with the Senator, August 14, 1970
534, Speech, Democratic Youth Camp, Buckhannon, W.Va., August 14, 1970
535, Press Release, Social Security Commissioner Ball, gave report on miners and black lung Provisions of the 1969 Act, August 13, 1970
536, Introduction, of Senator Randolph by James G. Harlow, President of W.Va. University, April 22, 1970
537, Speech, 40th Anniversary Program Eastern Airlines, Washington, D.C., August 18, 1970
538, Speech, Introduction of the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1970
539, Article, from Congressional Record regarding wills, August 17, 1970
540, Press Release, training for new mine safety inspectors. To use Mt. Hope facilities, August 14, 1970
541, Speech, Radio and Broadcasting, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., W.Va. Broadcasters Association, August 21, 1970
542, Press Release, Harpers Ferry and the National Historical Park, new parking area and “mini-bus” shuttle, August 21, 1970
543, Statement, regarding resolution offered by Senator Cooper for a study concerning coal Shortage and consumption during fuels and energy crisis, August 25, 1970
544, Statement, Opening Statement at the Hearing held by the Subcommittee on Roads “Highways and the Environment,” August 25, 1970
545, Press Release, Senator urges the U.S. Civil Service Commission to speed the processing of applications for mine inspector trainees, August 25, 1970
546, Statement, Women have won the right on merit to full partnership with men regarding women’s liberation, Women’s Equal Rights Amendment, 19th Amendment to Constitution ratified March 10, 1920
547, Senate Prayer, Reverend Lester Cotto-Thorner, of W.Va. gave prayers in the Senate. Youngest in history according to the Senate Records, August 26, 1970
548, Press Release, New Post Office Facility for Charleston, approval for construction in bill for appropriations, August 28, 1970
549, McGovern-Randolph Amendment Defense Appropriations-1963 Amendment, August 31, 1970
550, Press Release, Senator Advocates reduction in Defense spending, August 28, 1970
551, Statement, Establish a Corps of Engineers Advisory Board, Bill introduced by Senator Percy, Senator Randolph a co-sponsor, August 31, 1970
552, Statement, regarding McGovern-Hatfield Amendment, end the war in Vietnam, September 1, 1970
553, Press Release, combat pollution and improve the quality of our environment, Funding For Program, August 31, 1970
554, Books presented to Davis and Elkins College by Jennings Randolph, September 1, 1970
555, Votes cast during 1958-1960 and 1966 in W.Va. when Randolph was a candidate for Senate, 1970
556, Press Release, Hearings set for two W.Va. counties in October, regarding special Committee on Aging “Older Americans in Rural Areas,” September 2, 1970
557, Press Release, Mini Chief naming delay concerns Randolph, Telegram to President Nixon, Secretary Hickel also concerned, August 4, 1970
558, Clips, etc., regarding Hearings, Otter Creek, meeting held at Blackwater Falls, Davis, W.Va., June-August, 1970
559, Statement, Fuels and Energy Production, Abate Pollution, Environment impact, Statistics, etc., September 2, 1970
560, Press Release, Cease-fire proposal signed by 18 Senators and sent to Nixon for Proposal at the Paris Peace talks regarding Vietnam, September 3, 1970
561, Coal Study by James D. McAteer, W.V.U. student, Morgantown, W.Va., August 1970
562, Speech, Columbia, South Carolina, Governor’s Conference on Water Resources, September 15, 1970
563, Speech, Louisville, Kentucky, Medical Action Committee Conference “Men of Medicine Meet the Challenge,” September 21, 1970
564, Speech, Alliance, Ohio, Mt. Union College, Convocation of the United Methodist Laity “A Career for Christians…A Profession of Faith, September 11, 1970
565, Speech, Sacramento, California Federal Employers National Convention, September 14, 1970
566, Speech, American Transit Association, Boston, Massachusetts, “Americans on the Move,” September 22, 1970
567, Speech, Statement in the U.S. Senate regarding Air Quality Standards Act of 1970, September 22, 1970
568, Press Release, Senator Randolph actively supports Veterans Bills, September 19, 1970
569, Statement, Testimony of Senator Randolph, regarding S. 4092, to establish a National Commission on Fuels and Energy, September 10, 1970
570, Prayer Breakfast, Clifford P. Case, speech reference material, August, 1970
571, Inaugural Flight of Piedmont Airlines in the Greenbrier Valley Airport, September 15, 1970
572, Statement, Hearings on highway transportation, Federal Highway Program, September 9, 1970
573, Beeper, Congratulations to staff and management of WSWP-TV, Beckley, W.Va., September, 1970
574, Statement, Obscene or offensive mail hard-core pornography, reprints from Record, September 23, 1970


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575, Television Program, American Sportsman’s Guild, “Teardrops of Nature,” September 21, 1970
576, Book/Magazine, River of Life, “Water: The Environmental Challenge,” September
1970
577, Speech, “Back Among the Squares,” Lions Club Dinner, Mount Hope, September 27, 1970
578, Press Release, Highway Bill Approved by Senate Public Works Committee, September 25, 1970
579, Pictures and Telegram, to Donald C. Cook, American Electric Power, New York, September 24, 1970
580, Press Release, Solid Waste Disposal Legislation Agreement by Conferees of House and Senate, September 29, 1970
581, Speech, Dedication of Learning Resources Building and Portrait of Michael Benedum, Salem College, September 28, 1970
582, Statement, regarding S. 4418, Federal Aid Highway Act of 1970, October 2, 1970
583, Introduction, Russell Train, Speaker, Forest Festival, Elkins, October 1, 1970
584, Speech, American Forestry Association, Atlanta, October 5, 1970
585, Television Tape, regarding drugs for Charleston Jaycees, October 6, 1970
586, Press Release, Federal Aid Highway Act passed by Senate, October 2, 1970
587, Statement, National Health Service Corps Action, Charleston Gazette, October 6, 1970
588, Speech, Senate Prayer Breakfast, notes used by Jennings Randolph, October 7, 1970
589, Booklet, “A Theology of the Earth,” by Dr. Rene Dubos, Smithsonian Institute, October 1970
590, Speech, US News and World Report article, speech from Senate Prayer Breakfast, October 7, 1970
591, Press Release, Jennings Randolph statement regarding cease fire speech by President Nixon, October 8, 1970
592, Press Release, House-Senate Conference regarding Solid Waste Disposal Act of 1970, October 7, 1970
593, Article, Medical Association Magazine, speech from Louisville regarding health implications of environmental pollution, October 9, 1970
594, Statement, Jennings Randolph urges Congress to provide priority to passage of Fuels and Energy Commission legislation, October 13, 1970
595, Quote by Thomas Jefferson in 1824, October 1970
596, Press Release, Jennings Randolph to support Dr. Elburt Osborn for Bureau of Mines Director, October 13, 1970
597, Hearings, Problems of Older Americans in Rural Areas, Hearings in West Virginia, Subcommittee on Aging, October 13, 1970
598, Speech, Cornerstone Laying Ceremonies, Martinsburg City Hospital, Martinsburg, October 17, 1970
599, Press Release, Apples presented to members of United States Senate, October 16, 1970
600, Press Release, I-79 opening of important link between Morgantown and Fairmont, October 13, 1970
601, Speech, “A New Commitment to Safety,” National Safety Congress, Chicago, October 28, 1970
602, Television Tape, Senator Mike Gavel and Jennings Randolph regarding Highways Alaska Benefits, October 21, 1970
603, Speech, West Virginia Farm Symposium, Jacksons Mill, October 1970
604, Speech, Kanawha County Democratic Rally, Cross Lanes, October 26, 1970
605, Speech, Problems of Pollution, Puerto Rico Manufacturers Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico, October 24, 1970
606, Speech, “Birds of a Feather Fly Together,” Early Birds of Aviation, Washington, October 30, 1970
607, “Priorities and Plans for Future Development of West Virginia,” West Virginia Library Association, White Sulphur Springs, November 7, 1970
608, Press Release, Congress Must Act on Vital Legislation When It Reconvenes, November 5, 1970
609, Speech, Founders Day Seminar, Bethany College, November 13, 1970
610, Speech, “The Federal Role in Higher Education,” Bethany College, November 13, 1970


Box SP54

613, Press Release, Statement following the Airport Crash, Huntington, W.Va., 75 Killed, Huntington, Airport, November 16, 1970
614, Appendix, Speech by the Senator to the American Forestry Association Reprint from the Record, October 14, 1970
615, Appendix, Health and Safety of Workers, Three major disasters in W.Va. Mine Disasters, Air-Crash and Bridge Collapse, November 17, 1970
615, Speech, Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation, Charleston, W.Va., Introduction of Mrs. Buck by Senator Randolph, November 19, 1970
616, Press Release, Tri-State and Kanawha Airport Letter and Telegram to John H. Shaffer, November 18, 1970
617, Dedication, Pocahontas County High School, West Virginia, November 8, 1970
618, Press Release, Summersville Lake, review by Army Corps of Engineers, Recreation Facility, November 24, 1970
619, Press Release, Campaign spending, Randolph favors a formula to decide how much a candidate may send, November 20, 1970
620, Press Release, Progress made in Black Lung Benefit Claims, November 24, 1970
621, Speech, American Petroleum Institute, New York, New York, Fuels and Energy, November 30, 1970
622, Statement, regarding Tri-State Airport and the comments made by representative Heckler, November 30, 1970
623, The Gridiron Club, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., Winter Dinner, November 21, 1970
624, Statement, Nomination hearing of William B. Ruckelshaws as Administrator, Environmental Protection Agency, December 1, 1970
625, Statement, Hearings on Supplemental Appropriations, Water Quality Administration, November 21, 1970
626, Speech, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Guild for the Blind, December 4, 1970
627, Reprint of Speech, “The Danger to Mother Earth,” from U.S. News and World Report Article by Senator Randolph, Senator Gravel, placed it in the Congressional Record
628, Hearings, Statement by the Senator at the Hearings on S. 2461, regarding Randolph- Sheppard Amendment, December 12, 1970
629, Norton Mockridge Tribute, Dr. Perry E. Gresham tribute to his mother, “A Nice Thank- You Note,” November 25, 1970
630, Press Release, Telegrams to Secretary of Defense, Interior, Council on Environmental Quality, December 3, 1970
631, West Virginia Society, Senator speaker, “Pollution,” Christmas Party, December 6 ,1970
632, Tape, WWVA, regarding the article from U.S. News and World Report, December 2, 1970
633, Speech, Clean Air Congress, Washington, D.C., December 9, 1970
634, Vending Stand Memorandum, Randolph-Sheppard Act, December 1, 1970
635, Mountaineer Magazine, Football Team, Ad in the magazine by the Senator, September 1970
636, Speech, Illinois Road Builders Association, Chicago, Illinois, December 16, 1970
637, Press Release, Hearings, regarding management practices on public lands, clearcutting, Forestry property, December 12, 1970
638, Editorial, New York Times, regarding Hilltops, Senator sent copy and letter as Christmas greeting to W.Va., December 16, 1970
639, Press Release, Federal money to upgrade the Turnpike in W.Va., and money to Replace old bridges, December 17, 1970
640, Press Release, Benedum, Randolph and Griffin Aviation enthusiasts, Congress Flying Club, Early Birds, December 14, 1970
641, Statement, Disaster Relief Act of 1970, Conference Report on S. 3619, December 21, 1970
642, Statement, Conference Report, Rivers and Harbors Act of 1970, December 18, 1970
643, Statement, Air Quality Standards Act of 1970, December 18, 1970
644, Statement, Amendment to raise Workmen’s Compensation and Social Security Disability payments, December 21, 1970
645, Tape, City of Hope Dinner, Civic Center, Charleston, Welfare Secretary Elliot Richardson to be the speaker, December 21, 1970
646, Statement, Fuels and Energy Study and Policy Development, December 22, 1970
647, Press Release, regarding Supreme Court decision approving 18 year old voting in Federal Elections but not State and Local Elections, Constitutional Amendment needed, December 21, 1970
648, Statement, regarding H.R. 13493, Arkansas River Navigation project to be named McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System, December 22, 1970
649, Press Release, White House bill signing ceremony, Clean Air Act Amendments of 1970, December 31, 1970
650, Press Release, City of Hope medical research center, Richardson, HEW speaker, fund raising dinner honoring Senator Randolph, December 29, 1970
651, Tape, New Years Greeting to WEIR Radio Station, Weirton, W.Va., December 29, 1970
652, Press Release, Department of Labor approved programs for W.Va. under the Manpower Development and Training Act, December 29, 1970
653, Statement, regarding nomination of S.P. Marland, Jr., as U.S. Commissioner of Education, November 20, 1970
654, Press Release, Resolution to convene a White House Conference, to study solutions regarding economic plight, wage and price controls, December 16, 1970
655, Press Release, Senator serving as acting Chairman of Land PW until new congress Convenes, he is chairman of Public Works, December 31, 1970
656, Meet the member, over radio station WMAL, Washington, D.C., narrated by Joseph McCaffrey, December 1970
657, Reprint, Employment and Manpower Act of 1970, VETO from Congressional Record, December 21, 1970
658, Reprint, Congressional Record, “You are never to old to feel young,” Older Americans, December 30, 1970
659, Danny Klayman, New York Radio and TV personality
660, Press Release, Emergency Health Personnel Act, December 30, 1970
661, Statistics, Appalachian Regional Conference Allotments to each ARC State, 1970
662, Award, HEW Vocational Rehabilitation in the U.S. Awards, Handicapped-Blind, March, 1970
1 Speech, Metropolitan Dinner Clubs- Davenport, IA and Topeka, KS reference: pollution and what we can do, January 5-6, 1971
2 Speech, Appalachian Development Director’s Conference, Washington, DC, January 7, 1971
3 Senator Randolph- Pioneer leader in Environmental Crusade Air and Water Pollution, January 1971
4 Needs of the Elderly, New Report by the Aging Committee, January 7, 1971
5 Builder-Legislator-Humanitarian (revised) Activities of Senator Randolph- Biographical Material, January 1971
6 City of Hope, Award to Senator Randolph- Charleston, January 14, 1971
7 Speech, Davis and Elkins College, Elkins, January 14, 1971
8 The Environmental Crisis- Our Work Has Just Begun, by William D Ruckelshows, Administrator, January 12, 1971
9 Press Release, Coal Mine Safety, January 19, 1971


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10 Speech, National Soft Drink Association, Washington, DC, January 22, 1971
11 Press Release, Voting Rights Bill- Amendment to Lower the Voting Age to 18 by Constitutional Amendment, January 25, 1971
12 Commemorative Program honoring Rose Lees Hardy, 100th Anniversary- Teacher, January 1971
13 Press Release, Senator says he will announce if he will run for re-election this fall, January 25, 1971
15, Resolution to introduce National Fuels and Energy Policy, January 25, 1971
16, Statement, Coal Mine Health and Safety Act of 1969, Training program for inspectors, January 27, 1971
17, Tape, March of Dime, Tape appeal for radio and T.V., January 4, 1971
18, Speech, Elkins YMCA, Elkins, W.Va., January 29, 1971
19, Press Release, Statement to Jack Anderson regarding meeting with Corps of Engineers et al regarding Rowlesburg, January 19, 1971
20, Speech, Cheat Valley Conservancy and Corps of Engineers, Conference on Rowlesburg Lake, January 29, 1971
21, Press Release, Bureau of the Budget for 1972 listed money for W.Va., to the Corps of Engineers, January 28, 1972
22, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Development Programs, January 29, 1971
23, Speech, Wholesale Beer Association, Toledo, Ohio, February 2, 1971
24, Press Release, Disability Insurance of S. S. Amendment to provide compensation for Victims of Black Lung, Coal Miners, February 1, 1971
25, Statement, Program for Appalachia should be extended for four years, February 3, 1971
26, Article, by Senator Randolph for the American Legion Magazine, February, 1971
27, Press Release, regarding cutback of highway funds could delay completion of the Interstate System, January 28, 1971
28, Press Release, W.Va. Turnpike to be upgraded, Bridges are qualified for emergency relief action, January 28, 1971
29, Statement, Resolution to authorize a study by the Interior Committee regarding National Fuels and Energy Policy, February 4, 1971
30, Luncheon, Randolph Hearst Foundation Senate Youth Program Luncheon, February 2, 1971
31, Speech, “Builders of a Better America,” Associated General Contractors of California, San Francisco, California, February 5, 1971
32, Press Release, Economic development programs, Senator introduced bill to reactivate the Public Works Acceleration Act, February 8, 1971
33, Questions by Mary Walton of the Charleston Gazette regarding activities of the Senator, Statistics and answers in this folder, January, 1971
34, Press Release, Airports, fewer flights in 1970 and still dropping, aviation cuts, mostly in short-have flights, February 9, 1971
35, Tape for T.V. regarding broadcast communication, special program “Where are we Going,” WDCA-TV to Washington, D.C., February 8, 1971
36, Press Release, Statement regarding embargo on the news regarding Southeast Asia, and Involvement in Taos, February 9, 1971
37, Press Release, Randolph advocates voluntary prayer in schools, February 10, 1971
38, Hatch Act, Federation Government Employees (AFGE), February, 1971
39, Press Release, Tri-State Airport Authority Airway Development and Program, February, 1971
40, Speech, Oklahoma City of Commerce Water Development Foundation, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, February 13, 1971
41, Fact Sheet from The White House, regarding Regulatory Agencies, February 11, 1971
42, Press Release, Cloture, limit debate to one hour, statement by Senator Randolph, February 11, 1971
43, Press Release, Bridge Replacement under the Federal Aid Highway Act of 1970, St. Mary’s Bridge a priority, February 3, 1971
44, Article, for Patheays Magazine Natural Beauty of W.Va., February 16, 1971
45, Profile, Pamphlet by Government Employees Biography of Senator Randolph, February, 1971
46, Speech, American Road Builders Association, “A look at the future in Transportation,” February 22, 1971
47, Tape, regarding jobs for Veteran’s for Radio and T.V., February 19, 1971
48, Press Release, Veterans Hospital, cutback, February 23, 1971
48a, Environmental measures in Congress, Statistics and reference material, February 24, 1971
49, Press Release, Rehabilitation Services for Older Blind persons, February 23, 1971
50, Speech, Testimony of Senator Randolph before the Interior and Insular Affairs Committee on S. Res. 45 regarding Fuels and Energy policy, February 25, 1971
51, TV Tape, “Clair Show” regarding Mountain Artisans, March 1, 1971


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52, Press Release, Bomb explosion in the U.S. Capitol, March 1, 1971
Miscellaneous Programs, 1971
53, Statement, regarding Golden Anniversary for Disabled American Veterans, March 3, 1971
54, Statement, a Bill S. 1030 to amend the Vocational Rehabilitation Act to secure services for older blind persons, March 1, 1971
55, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Development Program continued for an additional four years, March 2, 1971
56, Press Release, Public Library program, March 3, 1971
Photo, Senator Randolph and group on his Birthday, March 8, 1971
57, “Ol” Gallaher “I Hail From Glorious Old Wetzel,” March, 1971
58, Speech, Associated General Contractors of America, Heavy Contractors Panel, San Diego, California, March 10, 1971
59, Speech, Associated General Contractors of America, Safety Panel, San Diego, California, March 10, 1971
60, Statement, regarding Cloture, March 9, 1971
62, Press Release, 18-year right to vote passed in the Senate for Constitutional Amendment, March 10, 1971
61, Statement, Appalachian Regional Development Act Amendments of 1971, March 11, 1971
63, Speech, Dedication Ceremony for Raleigh County Health Center, Beckley, W.Va., March 16, 1971
64, Speech, Award Acceptance, Cabell County, Association for Retarded Children, Huntington, W.Va., March 16, 1971
65, Membership List, West Virginia Historical Society, 1970-71
66, Addresses, W.Va. Department of Veterans’ Affairs Directory, March, 1971
67, Press Release, JR and 15 other senators signed letter of protest regarding President’s freeze on grant funds from FHA, March 16, 1971
68, Speech, Dedication of Carver Career and Technical Education Center, Rand, March 21, 1971
69, Prayer Breakfast, Speech by Senator Carl T. Curtis, “The Missing Ingredient,” United States Capitol, February 3, 1971
70, Speech Material, regarding Fuel Called Gasoline, from Congressional Record of 1875, February 16, 1971
71, Magazine Article, American Legion Magazine, Pro and Con, Should One-Way Containers Be Banned? April, 1971
72, Appendix, Mrs. Bertie Secton, 100 years of age, honored on her birthday, Harpers Ferry, W.Va., Article from Martinsburg Journal, March 29, 1971
73, Tape, WSTV-TV Steubenville, Ohio, March of Dimes Statement, March 30, 1971
74, Press Release, increased funding requested from Dams, Lakes and other flood control Projects, statistics, March 22, 1971
75, Press Release, Senator will continue to oppose the cutbacks in VA Hospital bed capacity, March 31, 1971
76, Press Release, Senate gave approval for a resolution to study the fuels and energy Policy, March 31, 1971
77, Speech, Pipestem, W.Va., Keyettes State Convention “Responsibility and Freedom Go Hand in Hand,” April 3, 1971
78, Speech, Testimony by Senator Randolph regarding Forest Management, Clearcutting, etc., April 5, 1971
79, Press Release, Senator’s statement regarding Lt. William Calley, Jr., Uniform Code of Military justice should have revision, April 5, 1971
80, World Affairs Institute, Senator Pell, speaker, Morgantown, W.Va., April 2, 1971
81, Speech, Hearings, Seattle, Washington Subcommittee on Economic Development, Public Works, April 14, 1971
82, Holmes Alexander, regarding Senator and 18 year old voting, April 8, 1971
83, Press Release, Senator will formulate his position regarding strip mining through study of the issues and consultation, April 12, 1971
84, Speech, “Energizing the 1970s,” Gas Appliance Manufacturing Association, Boca Raton, Florida, April 21, 1971
85, Hearings, regarding air and water pollution, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, March 25, 1971
86, Reference Materials, The Birth of the Rural Mail Service, March 20, 1971
87, Speech, Master Photo Dealers and Finishers Association, Chicago, April 22, 1971
88, Speech, General Contractors of New Jersey, Atlantic City, New Jersey, April 23, 1971
89, Press Release, Small Business Tax Relief, simplification of tax laws and regulations, April 23, 1971
90, Press Release, Family Health Services, HEW, Experimental Health Services Planning and Delivery System, April 23, 1971
91, Speech, “Energy, Environment and the Economy,” United States Chamber of Commerce, Washington, April 26, 1971


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92, Speech, Opening of Can Recycling Center, Weirton, W.Va., “Toward a Clean Environment, April 27, 1971
93, Speech, Weirton, W.Va., “Salute to Steel,” Weirtonian Lodge 183, May 2, 1971
94, Speech, Dunbar Lions Club – 40th Anniversary, Humphrey’s Pine Room, Charleston, W.Va., May 1, 1971
95, Speech, Statement before the Senate Interior Committee, regarding S.635, Fuels and Energy, April 28, 1971
96, Speech, Ohio Valley College Commencement Parkersburg, W.Va., May 1, 1971
97, Speech, Environmental Health Seminar, Ripley, W.Va., “Pollution and What We Can Do, the Quest for a Quality Environment,” May 1, 1971
98, Press Release, Hearings regarding Veteran’s Association Hospital beds, Senator will continue to oppose reductions in funding, April 23, 1971
99, Reference material pamphlet regarding Davis Power Project, Allegheny Power System, May 7, 1971
100, Senator Randolph, Tribute by Aviation group honoring the Senator for “50 Years of Service to Aviation,” Morgantown, W.Va., May 1, 1977
101, Speech, National Untility Contractors Association, Fredericksburg, Virginia, also Press Release regarding Administration withholding funds which have been Appropriated for flood control, etc., May 7, 1971
102, Press Release, withholding funds for airway construction and diverting appropriated funds to other purposes, May 5, 1971
103, Press Release, Fuels and Energy Policy Study Joint Release, Senator Henry Jackson and Senator Randolph, May 6, 1971
104, Press Release, Clearcutting, two year moratorium, Hearings and Copies of Testimony and Statement of Senator Randolph at the April 5, 1971 hearings, April 20, 1971 105, Press Release, Hearings regarding Veterans Affairs budget request cutback, Johnson questioned by Jennings Randolph, April 26 ,1971
106, Randolph opposes, monopoly of closed circuit television sporting events, May 10, 1971
107, Article, New York Times article regarding Appalachia and letter to the Editor by Senator Randolph, May 7, 1971
108, Statement, Hearings regarding S.575, Public Works Acceleration Act, Authority to reactivate, May 12, 1971
109, Press Release, Piedmont Aviation to take over the eastern flights, State will benefit for this expansion of air service, May 16, 1971
110, Appendix, Sex, Nudity and Obscenity in Movies, Senator has written to Jack Valente, President of Motion Pictures Association to object and ask for return to family movies, May 4, 1971
111, Appendix, Grafton High School at White House for Sunday Mother’s Day Services, May 9, 1971
112, Speech, Groundbreaking Keyser Glass Container Corporation, Keyser, W.Va., May 11, 1971
113, Speech, New Jersey Ready Mix Concrete Association, Newark, New Jersey Transportation Needs, May 12, 1971
114, Speech, Communications Computer Association, Printing Industry of America, Boston, Mass., Postal Group, May 14, 1971
115, Commencement, Salem College, Salem, W.Va., May 16, 1971
116, Press Release, White House Conference on Environment and International Law, May 13, 1971
117, Press Release, New Pension Plan Legislation “Welfare and Pension Plans Disclosure Act,” May 17, 1971
118, Speech, Committee of One Hundred, Charleston, W.Va., Dinner “Transportation Needs,” May 17, 1971
119, Speech, W.Va. Society of Oteopathic Medicine, Charleston, W.Va., “Building Better Health,” May 17, 1971
120, Speech, 50th Anniversary of the W.Va. Lion Club, Charleston, W.Va., May 23, 1971
121, Introductions, Senator Harold E. Hughes, the Speaker, “Drug Abuse and Alcoholism,” Elkins, W.Va., May 21, 1971
122, Speech, W.Va. Senior Citizens’ Conference, Jackson’s Mill, W.Va., Employment and Retirement Incomes Subcommittee, Special Committee on Aging, May 26, 1971 123, Press Release, Senator voted against the Mansfield proposal to withdraw U.S. forces in Europe by the end of the year, May 19, 1971
124, Speech Material, The Rotarian Magazine, “Pollution,” May, 1971
125, Speech, Groundbreaking for the Benwood Public Housing Project, Benwood, June 6, 1971
126, Speech, Fairmont General Hospital Addition Dedication, June 6, 1971


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127, Speech, Appalachian Regional Development Conference Report, June 8, 1971
128, CBS-TV Interview, regarding Corps of Engineers Projects and Public Works Committee regarding Pork Barrel aspect of Tulsa, Oklahoma project and Texas Trinity River Project, June 1, 1971
129, Press Release, Acid Mine Drainage Control Project fro Morgantown area, Grant for special demonstration project in the Dents Run watershed of Monongalia County, June 8, 1971
130, Speech, Commencement, East Bank High School, East Bank, W.Va., June 4, 1971
131, Reference Material, W.Va. Panorama Magazine, regarding W.Va. University and Leisure time, May, 1971
132, Speech, Retired Officers Association, Charleston, W.Va., June 7, 1971
133, Speech, Commencement, Victory High School, Clarksburg, W.Va., June 9, 1971
134, Press Release, Emergency Health Personnel Act of 1970, urge HEW to assign more personnel to areas of critical shortages of doctors, etc., June 3, 1971
135, Introduction of Senator Thomas F. Eagleton, Morgantown, W.Va., Solid Waste Disposal, June 2, 1971
136, Eulogy, Religious Heritage of America National Awards Banquet, Washington, D.C., Tribute to Harold Merryman Dudley, June 10, 1971
137, Speech, 30th Anniversary of Washington National Airport, Washington, D.C., June 16, 1971
138, Speech, Interior Committee Hearing on the President’s Energy Message, Fuels and Energy June 15, 1971
139, Press Release, Hughes and Randolph to have Amendment to Foreign Aid Bill wanting action to stop Herion traffic, June 11, 1971
140, Jefferson-Jackson dinner, Senator Adlai E. Stevenson III speaker, introduced by Senator Randolph, Charleston, W.Va., June 12, 1971
141, Ken Hechler, views on strip mining from the Congressional Record, February 18, 1971
142, Speech, Prayer Breakfast, Capitol “Freedom of the Press,” June 23, 1971
143, Statement, regarding support of Rapid Closeout of American involvement in Vietnam, reprint from Congressional Record, June 16, 1971
144, Press Release, Senator votes favorable for Mansfield’s Amendment, withdrawal of troops subject to release of prisoners of war, June 22, 1971
149, Farewell to Lt. Colonel and Mrs. Walter Swyers, the Salvation Army, Baltimore, Maryland, June 16, 1971
150, Picture, regarding the Wright Brothers: Orville and Wilbur, June 21, 1971
151, Press Release, Motor Transportation, auto registrations up in census, June 25, 1971
152, Appendix, STOHL Development Congressional Record, June 24, 1971
153, Radio-TV, regarding 108th Anniversary of W.Va., June 20, 1971
154, Press Release, Senate Approval of amendment to the Wagner-O’Day Act will create job Opportunities for the handicapped workers, June 25, 1971
155, Speech, Biomedical Marketplace Conference, New York, New York “Congress and the Nation’s Health in the Seventies,” June 28, 1971
156, Speech, “Congress and the Nation’s Health in the Seventies,” Biomedical Marketplace Conference, Chicago, July 1, 1971
157, Press Release, presidential veto of S. 575 unfortunate, Public Works Acceleration needed to help unemployment, June 29, 1971
158, Dedication, JR introduction of Senator Henry Jackson, Camp Wood, White Sulphur Springs, June 25, 1971
159, Railroads, AMTRAK, rescheduling of C & O’s “George Washington,” June 29, 1971
160, Speech, Policy, American Road Builders Association (ARBA), New York, July 6, 1971
161, Luncheon, Youth Governors Luncheon, YMCA, Washington, June 30, 1971
162, Luncheon, Youth Science Camp, Washington, June 29, 1971
163, Press Release, new system disclosed in land use planning for Monongahela National Forest, July 2, 1971
164, Press Release, JR statement regarding Pentagon Papers and their use in newspapers, June 23, 1971
165, Press Release, Statement regarding CBS film “Selling of the Pentagon,” Staggers statement about CBS President Stanton, June 23, 1971
166, Family Picnic, Mount Vernon Junior College, Washington, July 4, 1971
167, Statement, Congressional Record, regarding Conquest of Cancer Act, July 7, 1971
168, Press Release, Alcohol Safety Action Project, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration work, July 9, 1971
169, Press Release, amendment to Health Manpower Bill regarding placing at least one public health service physician in any county not served by resident physicians, June 16, 1971
170, Press Release, EPA-ARC agreement for control demonstration and economic impact study of acid and other mine water pollution in Monongahela Basin, July 13, 1971


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171, Statement, to override veto of S. 575, Public Works Project necessary to lessen severe unemployment, July 14, 1971
172, Statement, alcoholism and drug abuse drinking drivers most formidable hazard to safe driving, July 16, 1971
173, Magazine, Camp Alleghany, Lewisburg, July 1971
174, Tribute, to Mrs. Lynn Horner, Clarksburg, July 19, 1971
175, Press Release, statement by JR following announcement of candidacy of Richard Neely for United States Senate, July 19, 1971
176, Press Release, Mountain Lake Tennis Club, 50th anniversary, Mountain Lake Park, Maryland, July 20, 1971
177, Campaign Material, Democratic Campaign Committee, July 26, 1971
178, Reprints, fuel and energy policy study, July 19, 1971
179, Press Release, International Drug Control Bill, co-sponsored by JR and Senator Church, July 26, 1971
180, Speech, hearings on middle aged and older workers employment, Subcommittee on Aging, Labor and Public Welfare Committee, July 20, 1971
191, Picture, West Virginia Girls, Girls Nation Meeting, Washington, August 5, 1971
192, Television Tape, JR on Today Show regarding fuels and energy, August 6, 1971
193, Press Release, New Bridge to be Constructed at Parkersburg, August 6, 1971
194, Picture, JR with Admiral Greene, Cherry River Navy, Richwood, August 14, 1971
195, Speech, Seventh Day Baptist General Conference, Amherst, Massachussets, August 9, 1971
196, Press Release, JR Statement regarding President Nixon’s Trip to China, July 16, 1971
197, Speech, Flag Ceremony, Miners Memorial, Farmington, August 15, 1971
198, Guest Editorial, JR, Morgantown Post, regarding Farmington Disaster, August 13, 1971
199, Biographical Materials, Associated Clubs, Topeka, Kansas, August 1971
200, Speech, Homecoming, Cairo, August 15, 1971
201, Television Tape, Muscular Dystrophy, 1971 Campaign, August 12, 1971
202, Press Release, JR Statement on President’s Message on the Economy, August 16, 1971
203, Speech, Young Democrats Youth Conference, Buckhannon, August 12, 1971
204, Public Works Chiefs Pull Together, JR and Blatnik
205, Speech, Dilles Mill, Boy Scout Camp, August 22, 1971
206, Women in Politics, Reference Material for Library of Congress, August 17, 1971
207, Speech, Harrison County Emergency Squad, 5th Anniversary Picnic, August 22, 1971
208, Speech, Talbott Community Fair, Philippi, August 21, 1971
209, Press Release, Statement by JR regarding his vote for Lockheed, August 2, 1971
210, Speech, Point Pleasant Award Dinner, Farmers Home Administrator, Farm Family of the Year, August 30, 1971
211, Pamphlet, regarding West Virginia Economic Profile, August 1971
212, Biographical Material, regarding justification for NRA President’s Award, August 23, 1971
213, Speech, Dedication of Opening of I-70, Wheeling, September 3, 1971
214, Speech, Labor Day, Logan, September 6, 1971
215, Speech, Braxton County Homecoming, Sutton, September 5, 1971
216, Speech, Central Ohio Valley Industrial Council, Physicians Assistant Program, September 16, 1971
217, Groundbreaking, Piedmont Public Housing Project, September 19, 1971
218, Speech, “Freedom of the Press,” Sigma Delta Chi, Journalism Fraternity, Huntington, September 16, 1971
219, Speech, W.Va. Federation of Democratic Women, Inc., Morgantown, W.Va., “The Influence of Women on Public Affairs,” September 18, 1971
220, Speech, Labor Day Celebration, Civic Center, Charleston, W.Va., “Economic Stablization” Miss Union Maid Contest, September 6, 1971
221, Speech, Public Works Congress and Equipment Show, Philadelphia, PA, “Revenue Sharing and the Urban Crisis,” September 12, 1971
222, Dedication, Opening of I-70 Wheeling-Elm Grove Section, Wheeling, W.Va., September 3, 1971


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223, Statistics, Appalachian Regional Commission, Tri State Labor Statistics, September 15, 1971
224, Article, Youth Faces Opportunity and Responsibility, Magazine, “Things of the Spirity,” September, 1971
225, Press Release, Randolph urged cooperation with the State to replace the Washington Street Bridge, Charleston, W.Va., September 20, 1971
226, Appendix, Senator Jackson and Senator Randolph at Camp Wood, Greenbrier County Youth Conservation Corporation, July 23, 1971
227, Speech, Southern Governor’s Conference Chevy Chase, Maryland Fuels and Energy Topic, September 23, 1972
228, Speech, Highway Users Conference, Charleston, W.Va., “Highways Help to Build a Better West Virginia,” September 24, 1971
229, Press Release, Randolph urges the release of impounded highway funds missing line of I-77, Virginia could then be completed, September 22, 1971
230, Speech, Highway Safety, Jackson’s Mill, W.Va., September 25, 1971
231, Speech, Gulf Intracoastal Canal Association, Tampa, Florida, September 27, 1971
232, Kingwood, W.Va., Buckwheat Festival, Senator Randolph Coronation Official, September 25, 1971
233, Speech, Carolina Highway Users Conference, Raleigh, North Carolina “Modern Highways Helpful to North Caroline Progress,” September 30, 1971
234, Appendix, Old Headsville Post Office placed in the National Museum of History and Technology Smithsonian Institution, September 29, 1971
235, Dedication, Control Tower Dedication Wood County Airport, Parkersburg, W.Va., Gill Roble Wilson/Wood County Airport, September 28, 1971
236, Press Release, AFL-CIO Appalachian Council Job Corps Program, Luncheon with Miles Stanley, September 15, 1971
238, Speech, Keyser, “The Influence of Youth on Public Affairs” Future Homemakers of America, Eastern Regional Conference, October 2, 1971
237, Appendix, A. James Manchin, Farmers Home Administration, September 14, 1971
239, Press Release, Mansfield Amendments, to terminate war within six months, subject to Release of American prisoners of war, September 30, 1971
240, Press Release, Impounded highway funds released by Department of Transportation, September 30, 1971
241, Press Release, School Lunch Program, Free Lunch for needy Children, October 1, 1971
242, Senator Strom Thurmond, Senate Prayer Breakfast Speech, September 29, 1971
243, Magazine, Ad in Mountaineer by Senator Randolph, “Mountaineers are Mighty Men,” September, 1971
244, Press Release, President Nixon to attend Mountain State Forest Festival, Elkins, W.Va., October 4, 1971
245, Speech, Pollution and what to do about it, Duluth, Minnesota, The Metropolitan Dinner Club, October 5, 1971
246, Speech, Reno, Nevada, Reno Executives Club, Pollution and what to do about it, October 6, 1971
248, Biography, Senator Randolph for “Who’s Who in America, 37th Edition,” October 1971
249, Speech, Groundbreaking ceremonies, Morgantown, W.Va., Rapid Transit System, West Virginia University, October 9, 1971


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298, Speech, Dedication, ILS and Control Tower, Morgantown Airport, Morgantown, November 21, 1971
299, Speech, regarding highways, Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, November 26, 1971
300, Speech, “Building a Better America Through Sound Transportation,” Comstock Club, Sacramento, California, November 29, 1971
301, Speech, Highway Transportation Problems and Progress, Town Hall, Los Angeles, November 30, 1971
302, Speech, White House Conference on Aging, Washington, December 1, 1971
303, Statement, Black Lung Hearings, Washington, December 1, 1971
304, Statement regarding surface mining or strip mining, Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, December 2, 1971
305, Award, American Association State Highway Officials, Miami Beach, Florida, December 6, 1971
306, Testimonial Dinner, for JR, Morgantown, December 8, 1971
307, Press Release, JR announces he will run for re-election to the United States Senate, December 9, 1971
308, Speech, “A Vision of the Future,” dedication of new facilities, introduction of John H. Shaffer, Federal Aviation Authority, Kanawha Airport, Charleston, December 8, 1971
309, Press Release, JR reappointed to three year term as member of President’s Committee on Employment of the Handicapped, December 13, 1971
310, Article for National Inquirer regarding underground minerals and environment stream and forest pollution, December 10, 1971
311, Article, Highway Trust Fund, New York Times, letter from JR to editor, December 9, 1971
312, Speech, “A House Not Built With Hands,” Prayer Breakfast, December 1971
313, Convention Calendar for Charleston, 1972, December 1971
314, Introduction, Senator Hubert Humphrey, Wheeling, December 10, 1971
315, Speech, Dedication, Randolph Terrace Apartments, Salem, December 17, 1971
316, Press Release, Black Lung hearings to be held in Beckley on January 6, 1972, December 30, 1971
317, Magazine, Commuter Eye, photo of JR and Phil McGance, Allegheny Airlines, December 1971
317A, Press Release, reprint from Congressional Record, JR introduced bill to create position of Assistant Attorney General for Organized Crime Control, December 13, 1971
Programs – Miscellaneous
318, Speech, Black Lung Hearings, Beckley, W.Va.
319, Speech, Lions Club, Ladies Night, Fairmont, W.Va., “Do-Gooders” Building a Better World, January 7, 1972
320, Speech, Rotary Club Luncheon, Charleston, W.Va., and material used in TV Tape at Charleston, Highways, etc., January 7, 1972
321, Press Release, Amendments to Black Lung Benefit bill now pending before the Senate Subcommittee on Labor, January 17, 1972
322, Interview, with Joe King, Associated Equipment Distribution, Highway Trust Fund and other modes of transportation discussed, January 18, 1972
323, Interview, by Michael Oberman of “Waste Age” magazine, regarding solid waste, Chicago, Illinois magazine, January 19, 1972
324, Press Release, Meadow Creek Watershed Project included in list of planning authorizations, January 20, 1972
325, Press Release, Senator Randolph filed his certificate of candidacy for election to the U.S. Senate, January 19, 1972
326, T.V. Tape, Third Annual March of Dimes Telerama for February 6, 1972, January 20, 1972
327, Magazine, Government Executive to have article about W.Va. copy in file regarding Virginia, January, 1972
328, Press Release, Amendment by Senator Randolph to observe Sabbath other Sunday, January 21, 1972
329, Statement, Randolph opposes budget recommendation to abolish Appalachian Program, January 24, 1972
330, Article, New York Times, regarding West Virginia campaigns “Aim at Coal,” January 23, 1972
331, Speech, Dedication of Homecrest Manor Low Housing Unit, Parkersburg, W.Va., January 29, 1972
332, Press Release, Glass Tariff, Senator urges President Nixon to keep the imports on glass, will delay 90 days the scheduled reduction on tariff rates on window glass, January 21, 1972
333, Magazine, on Camp Allegheny, Lewisburg, W.Va., 50th Anniversary, 1972
334, Prayer Breakfast, National Prayer Breakfast, Washington, D.C., February 1, 1972
335, Appendix, Listen Magazine, 25th Anniversary, Drug Abuse Senator Moss’s speech in the Congressional Record, February 1, 1972
336, Statement, Amending S. 2515 to protect Religious Freedom from Employment Discrimination, January 21, 1972
337, Speech, Associated General Contractors, Washington, D.C., February 3, 1972
338, Interview, with Senator Randolph by Mr. Michael A. Oberman for the Waste Age Magazine, January 19, 1972
339, Senator Randolph’s statement following Hechler’s Candidacy, February 4, 1972
340, Statement, State of the Aging: An Employment policy for older workers, February 7, 1972
341, Statement, Fuels and Energy Studying Hearing, Interior Committee Hearing Room February 8, 1972
342, Picture, Senator and others regarding Coal Gasification Project, Westinghouse Lamp Division, January 27, 1972
343, Appendix, Boy Scouts of America, 62nd Anniversary, February 9, 1972
344, Magazine Art, regarding Highways by Senator Randolph Construction Magazine, January, 1972
345, Press Release, Legislation to authorize the Veterans Administration to assist in the Development of new medical schools, etc., February 10, 1972
346, Press Release, Highway #2 story corrected by Senator Randolph no. 95% from the federal Government as Moore had in news story, February 8, 1972
347, Speech, Women’s Forum on National Security, Washington, D.C., “Building a Better America,” February 14, 1972
348, Picture, Senator Randolph and ladies from W.Va. attending the Women’s Forum on National Security, Washington, D.C., February 16, 1972
349, Press Release, Pollution problems, Interstate Compacts, February 15, 1972
350, Press Release, Veterans Affairs subcommittee regarding Health & Hospitals training and education of physicians, nurse, etc., February 15, 1972
351, Speech, Coal Club of Washington, D.C., regarding fuels and energy policy study, Coal Gasification, etc., February 16, 1972
352, Press Release, J. B. Huyett, Jr., resigned from Public Works, Retired, February 17, 1972
353, Statement, Ken Heckler he would run for U.S. Senate and House, February 4, 1972
354, Press Release, W.Va. Labor Federation, AFL-CIO endorses candidacy of Senator Randolph, February 11, 1972
355, Speech, Yakima Knife and Fork Club, Yakima, Washington, “The American People and Congress,” Pollution, topic, February 21, 1972
356, Speech, Portland, Oregon “Pageant of Stars,” same speech used in Yakima, Washington, February 21, 1972
357, Introduction, Senator Taft, Jr., Shepherd College, Shepherdstown, February 27, 1972


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358, Statement, Fuels and Energy, before subcommittee Minerals, Materials and Fuels, February 24, 1972
359, Press Release, Surface Mining of Coal, Moratorium set for two years unless plans are Submitted, February 2, 1972
360, Speech, Engineers Held Build a Better American, Hagerstown, Maryland, National Engineers Week, February 25, 1972
361, Speech, Highway Information Group, Washington, D.C., February 24, 1972
362, Magazine, Article by Judith Ballangee, “West Virginia Highways,” Appalachian Magazine, January, 1972
363, Introduction, of Senator Robert A. Taft, Jr., Founders Day Program, Shepherd College, Shepherdstown, February 27, 1972
364, Press Release, Statement by Byrd and Randolph following the flood in Logan County, February 28, 1972
365, Speech, American Legion Conference, Washington, D.C., The Golden Years, “A Time of Triumph or Tragedy?” March 1, 1972
366, Press Release, 4th Anniversary for the Senior Center of Randolph County, Congratulation by Senator Randolph, March 1, 1972
367, Speech, Drug, Chemical and Allied Trades Association, New York, New York, “The Environmental Challenges to Industry,” March 2, 1972
368, Article, “Construction Outlook,” Magazine, Highways discussed, March 1972
369, Speech, Dedication and Formal Opening, Brook County Library, Wellsburg, March 5, 1972
370, Speech, Bean Dinner, Charleston, W.Va., South Charleston Democratic Club, South Charleston, March 4, 1972
371, Speech, Amendment to Higher Education, Act. Harris Amendment, Clip from the Congressional Record, March 1, 1972
372, Press Release, Senator urged President Nixon to release impounded federal highway funds so roadbuilding can continue on schedule, March 7, 1972
373, Press Release, Senate investigation into Federal Supervision of mine refuse piles, March 8, 1972
374, Magazine Circulation, The Gallagher Report, March 9, 1972
375, Press Release, Buffalo Creek area, Army Corps to conduct survey, Directive issued by JR, March 7, 1972
376, Press Release, Buffalo Creek area to be investigated by staff members from Labor And Public Welfare Committee, March 10, 1972
377, Speech, Parent-Teachers Association, Weirton, Key Club Banquet, March 10, 1972
386, Speech, Material for Larry Castleberry, Jackson County meeting, March 24, 1972
387, Questions and Answers, Parthenon Magazine, Marshall University, March 21, 1972
388, Press Release, Senator Louise Leonard asks JR to clarify position on equal rights, March 21, 1972
389, Death of Lawrence Tierney, Bluefield, March 23, 1972
390, Press Release, ERA passed by Senate, JR co-sponsor, March 23, 1972
391, Melanie Baly, Weirton, West Virginia Strawberry Festival, March 23, 1972
392, Questions and Answers, Jean Coleman, Wheeling News Register regarding Coal Industry and West Virginia Economy, March 1972
393, Press Release, Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee, approved bill with amendments for black lung, March 23, 1972
394, Speech, American Federation of Government Employees, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, March 25, 1972
395, Press Release, Senator Harrison A. Williams announced action to be taken against Pittston Company Mine regarding Buffalo Creek Disaster, March 24, 1972
396, Speech, Moose Anniversary Banquet, Mannington, March 24, 1972
397, Questions and Answers, League of Women Voters of Charleston Area, March 1972
398, Press Release, Veterans Administration hospitals and facilities for training physicians, Marshall University included, March 28, 1972
399, Miscellaneous Campaign Material collected by Phil, March 1972
400, Speech, Institute of Technology, Montgomery, April 4, 1972
401, Speech, Water Resources Council, flood statement by JR, March 15, 1972
402, Speech, Wayne County Democratic Women, Wayne, March 30, 1972
403, Letter to President regarding withholding highway funds, March 29, 1972
404, Tele-Lecture Series, John Marshall High School, JR statement, April 5, 1972
405, Speech, WVU Forum Festival, Morgantown, “A Rebirth of Responsibility – Challenge of the 1970s, March 29, 1972
406, Speech, Fuels and Energy – Electric Power Generation Using Coal, April 5, 1972
407, Campaign Funds, Forms to Report Receipts and Expenditures, March 1972
408, Speech, West Virginia Academy of Science, “The Energy Crisis,” Bluefield, April 7, 1972
409, Speech, Groundbreaking Preston Water System, Reedsville, Arthurdale, April 8, 1972
500, Speech, Dedication of Carroll Terrace, Charleston, April 9, 1972
501, Questionnaire, League of Women Voters, Vienna, April 10, 1972
502, Speech, “Career Education – Challenge of the 1970s,” White Sulphur Springs, April 11, 1972
503, Senate Conferees appointed for the Conference on the Federal Quality Act Amendments of 1971, April 12, 1972


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504, Democratic Policy Council, releases by planning groups, April 1972
505, Speech, The Amen Club, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 13, 1972
506, Speech, Prayer Breakfast, Education and the Bible, Washington, April 12, 1972
507, Prayer Talk by Senator Strom Thurmond, Senate Prayer Breakfast, The Capitol, Washington, March 29, 1972
508, Press Release, Highland Scenic Highway, April 14, 1972
509, Speakers Club, “Our Next Speaker,” brochure, “The American People and Their Congress,” April 1972
510, Press Release, black lung bill to be taken up Monday, April 14, 1972
511, Speech, regarding black lung bill and amendments in Senate, passed 73-0, April 17, 1972
512, Feast of the Ramson ramp dinner, Richwood, April 15, 1972
513, Democratic Women’s Club, Parkersburg, JR and Robert C. Byrd attended, March 31, 1972
514, Speech, New Martinsville Chamber of Commerce Family Center, April 20, 1972
515, Advertising for 1972 campaign, certificate and letter to Fahlgren Associates, April 1972
516, Press Release, Senate-House Conference regarding Federal water pollution control, April 21, 1972
517, Introduction of Senator Mike Gravel, Berkeley Springs, April 21, 1972
518, Speech, Tri-State Airport appreciation dinner, Huntington, Ceredo-Kenova Chamber of Commerce, April 22, 1972
519, Press Release, coal industry opposing black lung bill, JR disappointed, April 16, 1972
520, Speech, Jefferson County Democratic Rally, Charles Town, April 19, 1972
521, Health Manpower Training Act of 1971, study of health facility construction costs, April 14, 1972
522, Press Release, black lung benefits bill passed Senate 73-0, April 20, 1972
523, Article regarding Pearl Buck, “A Dream for Danby: A Village in Vermont,” Yankee Magazine, April 1972
524, Press Release, candidates for libraries, Cabell County Public Library, Huntington, April 21, 1972
525, Article by JR, regarding religion, in Link Magazine, June 1972
526, Statement, hearings before National Fuels and Energy Policy Study Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, April 25, 1972
527, Introduction of Senator Walter Mondale, Weirtonian Lodge banquet, Weirton, April 26, 1972
528, Article by JR, “changes and Challenges in Transportation,” American Road Builder Magazine, March 1972
530, Business Society, article and comments related to productivity crisis, Wheeling and Pittsburgh Steel, April 27, 1972
531, Speech, President’s Committee on Employment of the Handicapped, Washington, May 3, 1972
532, Speech, West Virginia Chamber of Commerce, Washington Hilton, Washington, May 1, 1972
533, Women’s Democratic Club meeting, JR introduction of Senator Frank Church, April 28, 1972
536, Press Release, agreement on Senate-House Conference Committee, regarding amendments to black lung bill, May 2, 1972
537, Statistics, Highland Scenic Highway, April 24, 1972
538, Statistics, Ohio River bridge at Chester, May 4, 1972
539, Speech, Elks Lodge Youth Program, Elkins, May 7, 1972
540, Press Release, praise of JR by Republican conferees on Black Lung benefits program, May 4, 1972
541, Speech, “Stewardship of our Energy Resources,” American Mining Congress, Cleveland, May 7, 1972
542, Speech, handicapped, Bluefield Jaycees Man of the Year Award Presentation, May 6, 1972
543, Lions Club Award to Dr. J. E. Blaydes, Sr., May 1972
544, Sports article, regarding Vince Lombardi, May 1972
545, Civil Rights, striking down court decision regarding school dress code and long hair on male students, April 4, 1972
546, Speech by S. Lee Braxton, “Possibility thinking,” regarding religion, April 10, 1972
547, Picture, Chriss Michaels and JR, also Governor Arch Moore with hit record “Almost, I Loved You,” May 1972
548, Speech, “A Challenging Future for America’s Growth,” Portland Cement Association, Chicago, May 12, 1972
549, Speech, “Play Ball,” opening day, Weirton Baseball Association Season, Weirton, May 13, 1972
550, Speech, Jefferson County Democratic Rally, Charles Town, May 13, 1972
551, Press Release, telegram to President Richard Nixon urging him to sign Black Lung Benefits Act, May 15, 1972
552, Biographical material, Alton L. Wheeler, Seventh Day Baptist Conference, April 27, 1972
553, Press Release, JR voted against Byrd Amendment, regarding ceasefire in Vietnam, May 16, 1972
554, Press Release, United Nations Conference to be held in Stockholm, Sweden, JR favors full participation by East Germany, May 18, 1972
555, Article, regarding West Virginia loses cherished poverty image, Betty Beale, West Virginia Hillbilly, May 20, 1972
556, Press Release, JR urged President Richard Nixon to sign black lung bill, May 15, 1972
557, Press Release, President Richard Nixon signs into law Black Lung Benefits Act of 1972, May 20, 1972
558, Press Release, JR urged HEW Secretary to expedite implementation of Black Lung Benefits Act, May 23, 1972
559, Picture, stands for private forest land developed, May 22, 1972
560, Berkeley County Bicentennial, Martinsburg, May 19, 1972
561, 1972 Democratic National Convention, platform committee planning, May 1972
562, Press Release, Potomac River Basin, water supply needed, May 22, 1972
563, Speech, Fairmont Chamber of Commerce, Fairmont, May 24, 1972
564, Press Release, Education Amendments of 1972, grants for students, May 24, 1972
565, Press Release, Journalism Center Conference, May 25, 1972
566, Forbes Magazine, Annual American Business Directory, May 1972
567, Speech, “A Highway Program for a Growing America,” Highway Users Federation, Highway Transportation Congress, Washington, May 31, 1972
568, Award to JR, Oral Roberts University, May 28, 1972
569, Press Release, EPA, Water Pollution Conference, May 31, 1972
570, Speech, “Education for a Productive Life,” James Rumsey Vocational Technical Center Graduation, Martinsburg, May 31, 1972
571, Speech, “Class of 1972 – The Builders of a Second America,” Hampshire High School, Romney, June 2, 1972
572, Speech, National Governors Conference, Houston, Texas, June 6, 1972
573, Speech, “Optometry Contributes to Better Health Care,” West Virginia Optometric Association, Wheeling, June 6, 1972
574, Statement, hearings on Buffalo Creek Disaster, United States Senate Labor Subcommittee, May 30, 1972
575, Speech, Retired School Employees, Jackson’s Mill, May 31, 1972
576, Speech, Commencement Address, Washington-Irving High School, Clarksburg, June 7, 1972


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577, Speech, statement before Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, Fuels and Emergency Policy Study (S. Res. 45), June 7, 1972
578, Press Release, Amendment to Social Security Act to provide coverage for firemen and policemen from Class III towns, June 8, 1972
579, Press Release, Senate-House Conferees agreement to reimburse communities that built sewage treatment plants when level of federal assistance was less than at present, June 7, 1972
580, Treaty, United States and Soviet Union, regarding limitations of anti-ballistic missile systems, May 26, 1972
581, Press Release, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome legislation passed by Senate, June 7, 1972
582, Press Release, acid mine drainage agreement reached by Senate-House Conferees to double federal funds to eliminate acid mine drainage, June 2, 1972
583, Press Release, closing of Parsons Tanning Company Plant, June 1972
584, Speech, “The Challenge to Value Engineers,” American Value Engineers, Washington, June 12, 1972
585, Speech, “The Challenge to Build a Better World,” commencement, Warwood High School, June 12, 1972
586, Speech, National Park Service, Centennial Observance, Harpers Ferry, June 10, 1972
587, Speech, Ohio Transportation Conference, Columbus, Ohio, June 16, 1972
588, Press Release, Senate Joint Resolution to designate September as Voter Registration Month, June 14, 1972
589, Speech, Rural Letter Carriers Association of West Virginia, Blackwater Falls, June 16, 1972
590, Article, National Enquirer, regarding crime and citizens not trying to help victim, June 1972
591, Press Release, bill to increase service-connected compensation for disabled veterans, June 14, 1972
592, Athletics, football player Lester Corzine visits Jennings Randolph, May 22, 1972
593, Speech, groundbreaking ceremonies, Project Hard Road, Maysel, June 17, 1972
594, Dedication, Roberts Cunningham Museum/Harry C. Marson, III plaque, Pickens, June 16, 1972
595, Speech, “Right of Way Problems and Programs,” American Right of Way Association, Columbus, Ohio, June 20, 1972
596, Banquet, West Virginia Society, Son and Daughter of the Year, June 3, 1972
597, Appendix, West Virginia’s 109th Anniversary, June 20, 1972
598, Appendix, education in 1970s critical challenge to America, April 19, 1972
599, Speech, West Virginia Department, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Morgantown, June 24, 1972
600, Speech, “A Commitment to Christian Citizenship,” Seventh Day Adventists, Salem, June 24, 1972
601, Luncheon, YMCA Youth Governor’s luncheon, Washington, June 26, 1972
602, Pamphlet, “Give Young People a Chance,” a political essay, by Terry E. Reiff, June 1972
603, Luncheon, National Youth Science Camp, Washington, June 28, 1972 (Albertazzie, Yeager, Armstrong, von Braun, United States senators)
604, Press Release, Chief of Corps of Engineers and Jennings Randolph to check river bank erosion in New Mexico, June 26, 1972
605, Primary Vote, Democratic-Republican, Jennings Randolph vs. Louise Leonard, June 1972
606, Breakfast, Religious Heritage of America, Faith and Freedom Awards, Washington, June 23, 1972
607, Press Release, flood disaster relief, Jennings Randolph and Birch Bayh supporters of flood relief, June 26, 1972
608, List of projects and grants from various agencies for West Virginia during Jennings Randolph’s term, June 1972
609, Press Release, Veterans Education and Training Act, June 30, 1972
610, Article, American Public Works Magazine, regarding House and Senate Public Works Committee, June 29, 1972
611, West Virginia All Stars, State Careers Camp, Jennings Randolph given life membership by Harrison County 4-H All Stars, July 6, 1972
612, Press Release, Mental Health Services Grants for West Virginia, July 11, 1972
613, Press Release, Buffalo Creek Disaster, June 23, 1972
614, Statement, Congressional Record, amendment to prohibit impoundment of funds from Highway Trust Fund apportioned and appropriated, June 28, 1972
615, Award, Jennings Randolph, Man of the Year, National Federation of Independent Business, July 1972
616, Program, Federation of Women’s Clubs, Environmental Conservation Program, St. Louis, Missouri, July 17, 1972
617, Letter, Jennings Randolph to President Richard Nixon regarding disaster relief program, July 13, 1972
618, Reference Material, handicapped legislation, July 1972
619, YMCA Program, program and letter from Jennings Randolph regarding youth and YMCA, July 1972
620, Press Release, joint statement, Jennings Randolph and Robert C. Byrd, regarding imposition of export controls on leather, July 17, 1972
621, Speech, Environmental Conservation Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, July 17, 1972
622, Interview, Louise Leonard, WCNS-TV, Charleston, July 19, 1972
623, Announcement, Walsh-Healy public contracts, July 20, 1972
624, Speech, “Our Flag – Symbol of a Great Nation,” flagpole dedication, Beverly Cemetery Association, July 22, 1972
625, Speech, Pharmaceutical Association, 65th Annual Meeting, White Sulphur Springs, July 23, 1972
626, Speech, Appalachian Education Laboratory, Charleston, July 23, 1972
627, Speech, Greenbrier Valley Hospital project, Lewisburg, July 22, 1972
629, Press Release, program to provide bus service in rural areas, approved by Senate Roads Committee, July 19, 1972
630, Speech, voluntary prayer for schools, West Virginia State Gospel Singing Convention, Mount Nebo, July 29, 1972
631, Speech, National Association of the Physically Handicapped, Charleston, July 27, 1972
632, Tape, Salem College Telethon for benefit of heritage arts, Fort Salem, July 28, 1972
633, Speech, Dunbar Plaza Urban Renewal, Dunbar, July 29, 1972
634, Speech, Paint Creek Arts Plant tour, Gallagher, plaque unveiled by JR, July 29, 1972
635, Speech, groundbreaking for Mine Health and Safety Academy, Beckley, July 29, 1972
636, Press Release, military spending, Defense Spending Limitation Amendment, August 1, 1972
637, Article, Glenville, West Virginia, by Eugene L. Meyer, appeared in Washington Post, July 25, 1972
638, Press Release Appropriations Committee approved funds for flood control and water resources projects (empty), June 23, 1972
639, Press Release, Veterans Education and Training Act, August 3, 1972
640, Press Release, JR to re-assume chairmanship of Senate Committee on Roads, August 4, 1972
641, Press Release, JR voted against proposals which would deprive benefits to Buffalo Creek and give only to Hurricane Agnes victims, August 4, 1972
642, Picture, Girl Scouts, New Martinsville, visit to Washington, July 1972
643, Garibaldi Parade and Celebration, Follansbee, August 4, 1972
644, Welsh Youth, “People to People,” JR to greet group, Wellsburg, August 5, 1972
645, Picnic, Sterling Facet Company, Morgantown, JR crowned queen, August 5, 1972
646, Appropriations, Senate-House conference approved funding for projects for flood control, construction of dams, lakes, etc., August 7, 1972
647, Press Release, JR co-sponsor of bill to promote sale of American arts and crafts, August 8, 1972
648, Speech, “Labor Leads the Way for Constructive Change,” United Steelworkers Legislative Political Conference, Wheeling, August 10, 1972
649, Speech, hearings before Senate Commerce Committee on S. 3802, fuels and energy policy study, August 10, 1972


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651, Press Release, Democratic Dinner, St. Marys, August 11, 1972
652, Beeper, citizens and families our first priority, jobs, health, education, August 11, 1972
653, Speech, Prisoners of War relatives, Charleston, August 12, 1972
654, Cherry River Navy Annual Meeting and Banquet, Richwood, August 12, 1972
655, Sargent Shriver to Wheeling to open campaign for Vice President, August 14, 1972
656, Prayer Breakfast, speech by Senator James B. Allen, “Facing Today’s Unmet Challenges,” July 19, 1972
657, Tribute, to J. W. Ruby, who died at home in Morgantown, August 15, 1972
658, Magazine, Government Executive article and picture, story of JR, August 1972
659, Statement, before Public Works Committee, regarding rail transit construction, bus systems, August 11, 1972
660, Tape, Muscular Dystrophy Telethon, WSAZ-TV, Huntington, August 15, 1972
661, Speech, “National Fuels and Energy Policy Needed Now,” Oil and Gas Association of West Virginia, Parkersburg, August 18, 1972
662, Beeper, Young Democratic Youth Fair, Berkeley County, Martinsburg, August 16, 1972
663, Press Release, Handicapped Subcommittee, JR named chairman by Harrison A. Williams, Jr., Chairman of Labor and Public Welfare, January 29, 1972
664, Statement, National Science Policy and Priorities Act of 1972, JR had advocated program when House member, August 17, 1972
665, Mineral County Fair, Fort Ashby, August 19, 1972
666, Speech, “Labor Builds a Better America,” AFL-CIO Convention, Charleston, August 25, 1972
667, Statement, hearings, Senate Commerce Committee, national energy policy, environmental quality, August 10, 1972
668, Television program, “Contact 8,” WCHS-TV, Charleston, August 25, 1972
669, Introduction of Robert C. Byrd, Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, Charleston, August 19, 1972
670, Article by Harry M. Caudill, regarding Buffalo Creek aftermath, Saturday Review, The Society Magazine, August 26, 1972
672, Speech, State Fair of West Virginia, Mannington, August 22, 1972
673, Speech, Barbour County Fair, Philippi, August 31, 1972
674, Press Release, JR will support President on specifics of SALT treaty, June 5, 1972
675, Speech, “America was not made by common men,” Braxton County Homecoming, Labor Day Celebration, Sutton, September 3, 1972
676, Sargent Shriver visit Beckley and Charleston, August 8, 1972
677, Speech, “Labor Leads the Way for Constructive Change,” Labor Day Parade and Rally, South Charleston, September 4, 1972
678, Statement, Implementation and Administration of Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Act of 1969, September 5, 1972
679, Interview, with JR, Chairman Public Works Committee, by APWA Reporter Magazine, August 1972
680, Press Release, JR named campaign leaders for re-election, September 5, 1972
681, Olympics at Sapporo, Japan, Jay Randolph and Peggy Fleming will both attend, St. Louis Fan Magazine, Winter Sports, 1972
682, Information kit, Youth Conservation Corps, Camp Wood, Monongahela National Forest, 1972
683, Press Release, Senate resolution expressing “Sense of the Senate,” regarding tragic killings of Israeli Olympic Team members, September 6, 1972
684, Press Release, railroad retirement benefits, bill to increase, September 7, 1972 (empty)
685, Article, for Government Executive magazine, regarding coal gasification, September 7, 1972
686, Press Release, Veterans Drug and Alcohol Treatment and Rehabilitation Act of 1972, September 7, 1972
687, Bethlehem Steel Corporation, “Speak Out For Truth,” by Stewart S. Cort, June 12, 1972
688, Introduction of Senator Thomas Eagleton, West Virginia Federation of Democratic Women Convention, Charleston, September 9, 1972
689, Introduction of Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr., West Virginia Press Association Convention, White Sulphur Springs, September 8, 1972
690, Horse show at Thorn Springs Park, Treasure Mountain Festival, Franklin, September 11, 1972
691, JR visited Sugar Creek Children’s Center, Barbour County, August 31, 1972
693, Press Release, statement by JR regarding support for Revenue Sharing bill, September 12, 1972
694, Press Release, legislation to prevent and provide for repair of streambank erosion along Ohio River, introduced by JR, September 12, 1972
695, Beeper Statement, regarding FAA will proceed with installation of airport traffic control tower at Greenbrier Valley Airport, Lewisburg, September 13, 1972
696, Beeper, Mental Health Grant approved by Appalachian Regional Commission, September 13, 1972
697, Statement, Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1972, S. 3939, debate on Senate floor over provisions anticipated, September 1972
698, Statements, amendments to Federal-Aid Highway Bill S. 3939, September 19, 1972
699, Press Release, Senate-House conference action regarding Water Pollution Control Bill, September 14, 1972
700, Press Release, campaign helpers named Citizens, Friends, Neighbor, Workers and Youth for JR, September 18, 1972
701, Press Release, Representative Robert E. Jones of Alabama commends JR on leadership on new pollution control legislation, Clean Water Bill Conference, September 15, 1972
707, Press Release, Hill-Burton Allocation Formula, amendment to the construction program, September 18, 1972
708, Press Release, railroad retirement benefits should be increased, September 20, 1972
709, Press Release, JR is praised by Commissioner of Education Sidney Marland, September 19, 1972
710, Press Release, Architectural Barriers Act of 1968, September 19, 1972
711, Democratic Platform for 1972, State Democratic Convention, Charleston, August 19, 1972
712, Beeper, Veterans eligible for training at Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Academy, Beckley, September 15, 1972
713, Tribute, Paul Strachan’s life was dedicated to assisting handicapped, September 18, 1972
714, Article for Labor newspaper roundup, regarding 18 year old vote, September 19, 1972
715, Article in New York Times, regarding The Enquirer, Lantana, Florida newspaper, August 25, 1972
716, Press Release, bill to permit television coverage of pro football game if game is sold out 48 hours prior, September 21, 1972
717, Press Release, Omnibus Rivers and Harbors Bill, streambank erosion, Flood Control Act approved in Committee, September 21, 1972
718, Press Release, water clarification system to be installed at Gauley-Eagle #4 coal plant in Nicholas County, September 22, 1972
719, Press Release, Senate passage of 1972, Flood Control Act, September 27, 1972
720, Press Release, Senator Hubert Humphrey accepted Senator Randolph’s invitation to address a Monongalia County Dinner & Democratic Rally
721, Speech, Ripley Democratic Women Fund Raising Dinner, Ripley, W.Va., September 23, 1972
722, Speech, Dedication Dinner, Keyser, W.Va., Cattanoogna Glass Company, September 22, 1972
723, Statistics, Current West Virginia Health situation, Nurses, Doctors, Hospitals, etc., September, 1972
724, Press Release, Revenue Sharing, Amounts for State of West Virginia, Counties and Communities, September 29, 1972
725, Article, Wall Street Journal regarding Nixon and McGovern, September 22, 1972
726, Article, by Clement Stone in Success Unlimited, “It’s an important day in your life,” Regarding 18 year old voter, November, 1972
727, Davis Creek Church of the Nazarene, Charleston, W.Va., “With God – A Venture of Faith,” September 24, 1972
728, Statement, Rehabilitation Act of 1972 S. 3987 – handicapped program, Vocational Rehabilitation Act, September 26, 1972
729, Appendix, Romney, W.Va., the Students at the school for blind and deaf participate in Nature Tour Poem, “Shared Beauty,” September 29, 1972
730, Speech, Democratic Rally, Huntington, W.Va., September 22, 1972
731, Speech, Dedication of a “right to vote” exhibition at the Smithsonian, Washington, D.C., September 26, 1972
732, Press Release, Foreign Assistance Act of 1972, September 26, 1972
733, Speech, Dedication of Preston County Educational Center, Kingwood, W.Va., September 29, 1972
734, Statement, Amendment to Social Security Act regarding disability insurance benefits under worker’s compensation, September 28, 1972
735, Senator Edward Kennedy to have a day tour of W.Va., October 7, 1972
736, Campaign material, “The Environment and Common Sense,” September 28, 1972
737, Speech, “People Priorities” Harrisville, W.Va., Ritchie County, September 30, 1972


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738, Speech, “Congress Cuts Presidents’ Budgets” Grantsville, W.Va., Calhoun County Democratic Rally, September 30, 1972
739, Press Release, EDA grant and loan program to continue for thirteen W.Va., counties, September 28, 1972
740, Prayer Breakfast, Speech, Senator James L. Buckley, of New York copy, September 28, 1972
741, Press Release, Veterans Medical School Program, Marshall University to be considered, September 29, 1972
742, Article, Highway User Magazine, “Highways: Backbone of Appalachian Progress,” by Senator Randolph, September, 1972
743, Speech, Peytona, W.Va., Boone County Young Democrats “The Environment and Common Sense,” September 29, 1972
744, Speech, Jackson’s Mill, Lewis County Democratic Dinner, “Environmental Control Requirements vs. Economic Dislocations,” October 3, 1972
745, Article, Fall Issue, LIMESTONE Magazine, “Highway Funds and Public Transportation,” October 2, 1972
746, Briefing Material regarding Middle-Aged and Older Workers Employment Act, 1972
Prepared by Senate Special Committee on Aging, June 8, 1972
747, Biographical material, for “Solidarity” AFL-CIO Magazine, October 4, 1972
748, Press Release, Black Lung Benefits Act, Progress reported in administering the Program, October 6, 1972
750, Speech, Clarksburg, W.Va., W.Va. Chapter American Public Works Association Distinguished Service Award presented to Senator Randolph, October 6, 1972
751, Press Release, Water Pollution Control bill passed by Congress, the measure goes to the President for his signature, October 4, 1972
752, Senator Randolph answers Louis Leonard regarding his plans to vote for McGovern, October 6 ,1972
753, Forest Festival, Senator could not attend dinner for Charles Kuralt, October 5, 1972
754, Dedication, West Mon Post 9916 Veterans of Foreign Wars, Westover, W.Va., July 21, 1972
755, Press Release, Federal Vocational Rehabilitation Act, House-Senate Conferees agreed Provisions, October 10, 1972
756, Press Release, Rivers and Harbors Act, Streambank erosion, Flood Control projects, October 10, 1972
757, Introduction, of Senator Pete Williams, Wheeling, W.Va., October 10, 1972
758, Labor Magazine, Article about Senator Randolph, October 7, 1972
759, Introduction, of Senator McGee, Parkersburg, W.Va., Democratic Dinner, honoring Senator Randolph, October 13, 1972
760, Press Release, Senator Randolph campaigns with Senate Colleagues, October 11, 1972
761, Press Release, Amendment to surface mining Regulatory measures regarding economic aid, jobs, etc., October 12, 1972
762, Statement, Surface mining Legislation Amendment by the Senator to regulate Surface mining, October, 1972
763, Press Release, House and Senate conferees reached agreement on amendments to the Older Americans Act, October 10, 1972
764, Telegrams, to all County Chairman to remove from display and distribution and districution to Success Unlimited Magazine, November issue, October 12, 1972
765, T.V. Tape, Spot tapes for Television, Questions and Answers, Senator’s views, October 13, 1972
766, Speech, Senator visited the Turtle Creek Convalescent Centre in Parkersburg urged the Residents to vote absentee ballot in the November election, October 12, 1972
767, Press Release, Amendment to appropriations bill to provide funding for medical schools established under the Veterans Administration Hospitals, October 12, 1972
768, Press Release, EDA Loan and Grant Program for Appalachian Hospitals, Thirteen Counties eligible to receive assistance, October 12, 1972
769, Speech, W.Va. Moose State Convention, Charleston, October 14, 1972
770, Article, for the Huntington Advertiser, Huntington, October 14, 1972
771, Speech, Clay District Democratic Rally, Shinnston, October 15, 1972
772, Speech, Fireman’s Festival, Thornton, October 15, 1972
773, Salem College Board Meeting, Salem, October 15, 1972
774, Press Release, Senate and House Conferees fail to reach agreement on the highway bill, October 14, 1972
775, Press Release, Leonard, Louise, her comments regarding the Senator and his answers for news release, October 18, 1972
776, League of Women Voters of Marion County, Fairmont, W.Va., Questions and Answers, October 17, 1972
777, League of Women Voters, Charleston, W.Va., Questions and Answers, Kanawha County, October 16, 1972
778, Press Release, National Education Political Action Committee endorsed the candidacy of Senator Randolph, October 18, 1972
779 Speech, Groundbreaking, Appalachian Mental Health Center, Elkins, October 19, 1972
780 Speech, Groundbreaking, Davis Memorial Hospital Addition, Elkins, October 19, 1972
781 Speech, Dedication, McCarrell Hall, Appalachian Bible Institute, Bradley, October 22, 1972
782 Speech, Mineral County Democratic Meeting, Keyser, October 12, 1972
783 Speech, Home Builders Association of West Virginia, Pipestem State Park, October 20, 1972
784 Speech, Pocahontas County Democratic Dinner, Marlinton, October 21, 1972
785 Speech, Accomplishments of 92nd Congress, Rainelle Chamber of Commerce, Rupert, October 19, 1972
786 Press Release, Passage of American Disabled, Huntington, October 20, 1972
787 Press Release, Veterans Administration Hospital, Beckley, October 21, 1972
788 Speech, Tyler County Democratic Dinner, October 21, 1972
789 Speech, Groundbreaking, Wheeling Hospital, October 24, 1972
790 Press Release, People Mover Project Dedication, Morgantown, October 24, 1972
791 Speech, Summers County Democratic Reception, Hinton, October 20, 1972
792 Mock Election, Shepherd College, October 25, 1972
793 Advertising and Certification – Article on JR, October 24, 1972
794 Speech, Berkeley County Democratic Women’s Club, Martinsburg, October 26, 1972
795 Award, American Foundation for the Blind, Migel Medal, New York, October 26, 1972
796 Bio Material, Marquis Who’s Who, Inc., JR, October 25, 1972 (empty)
797 JR Introduction of Edmund Muskie, Brooke County Democratic Dinner, Follansbee, October 28, 1972
798 Speech, Dedication of Extended Care Wing, Broaddus Hospital, Philippi, October 29, 1972
799 Speech, Lewis County Democratic Dinner, Weston, October 3, 1972
800 Speech, Democratic Dinner, Fairmont, October 27, 1972
801 Tape, Questions and Answers, Mike Slater, WHIS-TV, Bluefield, October 25, 1972
802 Tape, Questions and Answers, League of Women Voters, Parkersburg, WNOW-CTV, October 26, 1972
803 Press Release, Emergency Health Personnel Act, November 2, 1972
804 Speech, WVU Young Democrats, Hubert Humphrey, Guest, Morgantown, October 30, 1972
805 Speech, Democratic Meeting, Edmund Muskie, Speaker, Benedum Airport, Clarksburg, October 28, 1972
806 Poem, Alfred Tennyson, “Locksley Hall,” 1972
807 Speech, Tucker County Democratic Rally, Parsons, October 31, 1972
808 Campaign Contributions to JR, October 1972
809 Editorials Regarding Support of JR, October 30, 1972
810 Dedication, Access Road to Tri-State Airport, Huntington, November 1, 1972
811 Louise Leonard, Statements, West Virginia Papers with Attacks on JR, October 1972
812 Press Release, Deep Water Port Policy Issues, Corps of Engineers, October 30, 1972
378 Statistics on Population, West Virginia Counties and Cities, 1972-1976 SR 279, Anti-Dumping
813, Article, W.Va. Horse Industry In Quarter Horse Journal and Reprint in Market Market Bulletin, October, 1972
814, Speech, Peterstown, Monroe County Democratic Rally, November 1, 1972
815, Press Release, Elkins, Senator was the speaker at the American Association of Retired Teachers Association, White House Conference on Aging, October 31, 1972
816, Speech, Clay, Clay County Democratic Rally, November 4, 1972
817, Speech, Webster Springs, Education discussed, November 1, 1972
818, Mock Election held at West Virginia Northern Community College, October, 1972
819, Speech, Wheeling, W.Va., Linsly Institute, November 5, 1972
820, Press Release, Senator endorses by VALUE ENGINEERING DIGEST, November 2, 1972
821, Press Release, 13 W.Va. Counties to have Federal Economic Assistance, November 3, 1972
822, Speech, Buckhannon, W.Va., Postal Service discussed, November 3, 1972
823, Reprints from Congressional Record, re: Surface Coal Mine Control Act of 1972, also reprint remarks of Senator Mansfield re: Strip Mining, etc., October 13, 1972
824, Air Traffic Control Tower at Benedum Airport and Instrument landing system for Mercer County Airport, Clarksburg-Bluefield, November 3, 1972
825, Election headquarters, Senator Randolph to be at his Elkins, W.Va. address for election Returns, November 7, 1972
826, Press Release, Senator is concerned over pending agreement to purchase natural gas from Soviet Union, November 4, 1972
827a, Nader Report, re: Senator Randolph and News Clips
827, Air Show, Charleston, W.Va., The Blue Angels and The Golden Knights, November 5, 1972
826a, Groundbreaking, Flight Service Tower, etc., Morgantown Municipal Airport, Walter L. (Bill) Hart (Field)
828, Press Release, American Disabled Veterans endorsed candidacy of Senator Randolph for re-election, October 23, 1972
829, Speech Material: Highway Material Special news release to Bluefield Daily Telegraph, October 21, 1972
830, Dinner, Rally at Charles Town, Senator Inouye guest speaker, November, 1972


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831, Speech, Molasses Festival, Arnoldsburg, October 3, 1972
832, General Election Vote – W.Va., Comments from newspapers, November 15, 1972
833, Ground Breaking, National Air and Space Museum, Washington, D. C., Smithsonian Building, November 20, 1972
834, Speech, Martinsburg, W.Va., New City Hospital Dedication, November 8, 1972
835, Senator Randolph Thanks the Voters for their support, Clips from Newspapers, November, 1972
836, Article, “The Vital Link” re: Transportation and printed in The Greyhound Magazine, November, 1972
837, Death of Bill Hart, Remarks by Senator Randolph, Morgantown, W.Va., November 27, 1972
838, Primary Election results, Senator Randolph had 94% of the vote, Vote and Summary of W.Va., October 13, 1972
839, Press Release, General Accounting Office study, re: Health Construction Costs, November 22, 1972
840, Press Release, GSA has indicated it will withdraw regulations which would affect Blind vending operation’s in federal buildings, November 29, 1972
841, Speech, Dedication of Freedom Tree, Charleston, December 2, 1972
842, Speech, Freedom Tree Dedication, St. Albans High School, St. Albans, December 2, 1972
844, Program, Senator placed an ad in the program fro the annual card party, Altar Society of Follansbee, W.Va., “Americana 72,” October 26, 1972
845, Press Release, Grants to W. Va. Department of Natural Resources from the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation of the U.S. Department of the Interior, November 29, 1972
846, False Statements by Louise Leonard, re: contribution by W.Va., Pharmaceutical Association, October 31, 1972
847, Introduction of Birch Bayh, Senator of Indiana, the Speaker at the Business and Professional Women’s Club, Clarksburg, W.Va., June 27, 1972
848, Speech, Associated General Contractors of Illinois, Springfield, Illinois, “The Task Ahead in Public Works,” December 8, 1972
849, Article, Washington Monthly Magazine, re: Randolph-Sheppard Act, “Stealing from the Blind” by Marjorie Byrd, December, 1972
850, Speech, American Association of Retired Persons and National Retired Teachers Association, Washington, D. C., “Action in Aging; A Congressional View,” December 4, 1972
851, Program, 1972-73, Davis and Elkins College, Basketball, December, 1972
852, Press Release, Department of Peace, December 7, 1972
853, Press Release, Revenue Sharing Program, 1st payment to W.Va., December 7, 1972
854, Truman, President, President Truman is ill, December, 1972
855, Davis, John, his statement in 1924 when he was a candidate for President, 1972
856, Dellinger, Davis, Articles about him taken from Record and Newspapers, Peoples March, Crime and Communist Agitator, December, 1972
857, Press Release, Fuels and Energy Policy Study, Oil Import policies, Oil, Gas and Coal Supplies, December 12, 1972
858, Press Release, Gas supplies will be short, Senator concerned re: Fairmont Westinghouse Plant which could be forced to close, December 12, 1972
859, Speech, Bridge Dedication, Philippi, December 15, 1972
860, Addresses, Democratic Womens Club of West Virginia, Letter of Thanks for Support by the Senator, December, 1972
862, Builder Magazine, Banquet-Art, re: Highways, December, 1972
863, Donations listed, Senator Randolph filed election donations, December, 1972
864, Program, West Virginia Society of D.C., Contribution to the GALA, December 3, 1972
865, Resolution, Conference of Executives of American Schools for the Deaf, In appreciation for work of Senator Randolph, 1972
866, Awards, Limestone Magazine, re: Highway Award to Senator Randolph, 1972
867, Campaign Material, Copies of Press Release, etc., Phil McGance folder, December, 1972
Campaign Material, 1972
868, Letter, by James D. Ross, Keyser, W.Va., re: Potomac State College, Crime and Disrespect of police, December 14, 1972
869, Press Release, Statement, re: Bombing of North Vietnam, December 29, 1972
870, Election Results, The Charleston Gazette, General Election, December 23, 1972
870a, Official Returns, General Election issued by Secretary of State, November 7, 1972
Miscellaneous Programs, 1973
1, Press Release, Blind vending operations on Federal Property, Randolph-Sheppard Program, January 4, 1973
2, Speech, National-Dulles Airports Club Dinner, Dulles Airport, Washington, D.C., January 4, 1973
3, Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Middle-Aged and Older Americans Training Act, January 4, 1973
4, Press Release, Church-Kennedy Resolution, re: Vietnam War, Bombing, Prisoners of War, January 4, 1973
5, Article and Reference Material, on Highway User Article and for Nation’s Business Magazine, January, 1973
6, Associated Press Questionnaire, Dick Carvell, Huntington, W.Va., Legislative Measures for W.Va., Telegram #3919, January 5, 1973
7, Picture, Senator’s Mansfield, Byrd and Randolph, 93rd Congress, January 5, 1973
8, Press Release, Princeton Sewage Grant from Environmental Protection Agency, January 14, 1973
9, Press Release, Grant to Flatwoods-Canoe Run Public Service District in Braxton County, Awarded by EPA
10, Press Release, Grantsville Sewage Treatment Plant, Grant Increase, EPA, January 5, 1973
11, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Commission, Maternal and Child Health Care Grant to Braxton, Clay, Webster, Greenbrier and Nicholas Counties, January 8, 1973
12, Press Release, U.S. Postal Service, Senator to Investigate their inefficiency, Charleston, W.Va. has huge backlog of mail, January 6, 1973
13, Press Release, Appalachian Commission Grant for Access Road to Franklin Industrial Park, January 8, 1973
14, Nomination of Peter J. Brinegar as Secretary of Transportation, Questions by Senator, January 1, 1973
15, Press Release, FAA Grant to Kanawha Airport, Charleston, W.Va., January 8, 1973
16, Press Release, Grant to Rubber Fabricators from Defense Supply Agency, Grantsville, W.Va., Telegram, January 10, 1973
17, Press Release, Revenue sharing, 2nd payment announced for the State, Telegram #3936 Thru #4037
18, Press Release, Army Contract for Bloomington Lake, Mineral County, Telegram #4040 Thru #4042, January 11, 1973
19, Press Release, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation grant to Kingwood, W.Va., U.S. Department of the Interior, January 12, 1973
20, Press Release, Environmental Protection Agency, Sewage grants to W.Va. cities, January 3, 1973
21, Press Release, Senator joined fifteen others they have filed a “friend of court” brief supporting Missouri Highway Commission’s suit against the Executive Branch for withholding of Federal Highway funds.
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23, Speech, Statement in the U.S. Senate, Fuels and Energy, January 16, 1973
24, Press Release, Common Cause Questionnaire regarding Congressional Reform, January 12, 1973
25, Press Release, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Awarded contract for highway adjustment at Hannibal Lock and Dam, New Martinsville, W.Va., January 17, 1973
26, Telegram, to Robert M. Ball, Commissioner of Social Security, regarding Black Lung application, January 18, 1973
27, Press Release, Economic Development Administration Bill introduced by Senator Randolph to prohibit the Administration from depriving 13 W.Va. counties of their EDA eligibility, January 18, 1973
28, Statement, 149th Anniversary of the birth of Stonewall Jackson, January 20, 1973
29, Press Release, Senator’s comments on the speech by President Nixon, Inaugural address, January 20, 1973
30, Press Release, Inefficient ill-managed Postal Service as shown as a molasses river, January 19, 1973
31, Press Release, National Chamber of Commerce praises Senator Randolph regarding Nation’s energy policy, January 17, 1973
32, Statement, Fuels and Energy Crisis, Truck Stop operators urge high priority for fuel for hauling, January 23, 1973
33, Eulogy, Lyndon B. Johnson, also press releases, copy of the Congressional Record, January 24, 1973
34, Robert E. Lee, comments by J. William Jones, D.D., January, 1973
35, Press Release, Hill Burton to Glenville for County Public Health Service and Outpatient Clinic, January 23, 1973
36, Press Release, Rural Bus Transportation and Highland Scenic Highway, Highway Act of 1973, Telegrams
37, Reference Material, “How to Get Along with People” by Dr. B.C. Harrington (90 years old) Center for Senior Group, Elkins, W.Va., January, 1973
38, Press Release, Financial disclosure, S.397 a bill by Senators Mathias and Stevenson, referred to the Committee on Government Affairs Statement of the Senator’s stand to Tom Knight of the Charleston Gazette, January 23, 1973
39, Press Release, Occupational Safety and Health Act Seminar on the Bethany Campus, W.Va. Safety Council, January 23, 1973
40, Hearing, Peter J. Brennan, appears before the Senate Labor Commission regarding nomination for Secretary of Labor, January 19, 1973
41, Press Release, Joint resolution to force the Nixon Administration to release impounded funds which are used for Vocational Rehabilitation grants, January 24, 1973
42, Press Release, Senator’s statement following the termination of the war in Vietnam as announced by President Nixon, January 23, 1973
43, Press Release, Housing and Urban Development Contract, Martinsburg, W.Va. two housing projects, Telegram, January 26, 1973
44, Press Release, EDA funds to be released by Nixon, Telegram, January 26, 1973
45, Tape, March of Dimes for WHIS, Bluefield, W.Va., January, 1973
46, Program, American Cancer Society, Minnie Pearl and Lawrence Welk Co-Chairman and Ed Reimers MC, Houston, Texas, January, 1973
47, Article, in Success Magazine by Senator Randolph, “What Pop Taught Me,” January, 1973
48, Press Release, U.S. Postal Service very inefficient and they have too many high-priced officials, January 29, 1973
49, Interview, regarding Postal Service with Barbara Burke and Saul Kohler, January 30, 1973
50, Press Release, Customs Facility “Port of Entry” hope to have in Charleston, W.Va., January 31, 1973
51, Statement, Introduction of Radiation Health and Safety Act of 1973, Telegrams #4233-#4256, January 31, 1973
52, Statement, Rural Health Programs Introduced Bill in Congress, Telegram #4257-#4267, January 31, 1973
53, Press Release, Army Corps of Engineers, Contract for Sutton Lake, February 1, 1973
54, Statement, Fuels and Energy Policy Study, A National Energy Policy is needed, February 1, 1973
55, Press Release, Migrant Health Act, Health Care for itinerant workers, February 1, 1973
56, Press Release, Senate Passage of Flood Control Rivers and Harbors Bill, Telegram, February 1, 1973
57, National Prayer Breakfast, Washington, D.C., February 1, 1973
58, Statement, regarding Legislative schedule, Public Works Committee, February, 1973
59, Press Release, Library Services Cutback and Co-sponsorship of REAP, Telegram, February 2, 1973
60, Eulogy, Harry S. Truman, A Leader equal to the Task in Congressional Record, February 5, 1973
61, Press Release, National Employ of the Older Worker Week, Introduced by J. R. Telegram, February 2, 1973
62, Press Release, New Martinsville included in the National Airport Systems Plan, Telegram, February 5, 1973
63, Statement, Remarks by Senator Randolph before the rules committee on S. Res. 51 – Special Committee on Aging, February 5, 1973
64, Speech, Public Works and the New Congress before Associated General Contractors, Washington, D.C., February 6, 1973
65, Christianity Today, Article regarding Census, Senators and their Church Affiliation, February 1973
66, Evolution, Man’s Place in Nature, February 1973
67, Press Release, JR Chairman of American Cancer Society’s Fund-Raising for West Virginia, February 1973
68, Senator Gale McGee, Chairman of Post Office Committee Hearings, February 27, 1973
69, Statement, Federal Aid Highway Program, Senator Kennedy Wants Transit Fund Used for Urban Mass Transit Systems, February 7, 1973
70, Statement, Program, Severely Handicapped Developmental Disabilities Act, February 7, 1973
71, Press Release, Older Americans Act, February 20, 1973
72, Press Release, Bureau of Mines, Research Center, Reduction in Funds and Personnel, Morgantown, February 7, 1973
73 Speech, Senate Youth Luncheon, Toys Helped Develop Man’s Top Achievements, Sponsored by William Randolph Hearst Foundation, February 8, 1973
74, Beeper, Birthday Greetings, WDNE Radio, Elkins, February 8, 1973
75, Article, JR for Chicago Daily News, regarding Randolph-Sheppard Act, February 1973
76, T.V., First Tuesday, Interview with Elliott Frankel, NBC News, regarding Highway Trust Fund and requested use of funds for “Rail-Transit,” February, 1973
78, Press Release, WV Forestry Management Practices and Troutt and Kelley release stating figures Jennings Randolph gave were wrong, February 15, 1973
79, Press Release, Virginia Physical Disability Payments for Vietnam Era Veterans, February 12-14, 1973
80, Press Release, GSA to provide study team to go to Wheeling to prepare new Federal Building Project, February 14, 1973
81, Bridge Replacement Program, Statistics and Memorandum from John Yago, February 14, 1973
82, Speech, Catholic University Adult Education Group, Washington, D.C., February 15, 1973
83, Press Release, Weirton Steel, Grant from EDA, February 15, 1973
84, Press Release, Migrant Health Act, Community Health Services, February 16, 1973
85, Press Release, Introduction of Education of the Handicapped Act, February 16, 1973
86, Press Release, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation Grant for Weston, February 16, 1973
87, Press Release, Economic Development Administration Grant to Pine Grove, Repair Flood Damage, February 15, 1973
88, Statement, Hearing on Nomination of Russell F. Merriman, to be Federal Co-Chairman of New England Regional Commission, February 21, 1973
89, Statement, Hearings on a Bill to extend the Public Works and Economic Development Act for a period of one year, February 21, 1973
90, Press Release, Cancer Research, Jennings Randolph and Mr. & Mrs. Armstrong of Dunbar, February 21, 1973
91, Speech, Dedication of Post Office and Federal Building, Morgantown, W.Va., February 23, 1973
92, Press Release, Action Grant to Jackson County Community Action Association for Operation of a Retired Senior Volunteer Program, February 23, 1973
93, Press Release, GSA Contract for Painting of Mt. Hope Federal Building, February 23, 1973
94, Bio, Sketch of Jennings Randolph, February, 1973
95, Press Release, Budget Cuts for Student Loans, Student Loan Programs, Letter to Caspar Weinberger, Secretary of HEW, February 23, 1973
96, Press Release, WV Highland Scenic Highway/Parkways Bus Transportation Program for Rural Areas, February 26, 1973
97, Speech Material, “The Next 28 years – A Time for Leadership,” February, 1973
98, Pamphlets, BSA and United States Flag, February, 1973
99, Interview, Drew Von Berger, UPI, Jennings Randolph’s views on Amnesty, February, 1973
100, Magazine Art, The Postal Supervisor, regarding Jennings Randolph investigation of Postal Service Mail Delivery, March, 1973


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101, Veterans Affairs, Statement, Joe L. Matthews, National Commander, February 27, 1973
102, Statement, Rehabilitation Act of 1972, regarding services for the Handicapped, Architectural and Transportation Barriers, February 28, 1973
103, Statement, Employment Retirement incomes for middle-aged and older workers, February 28, 1973
104, Letter to J.C. Maurice, Editor of Charleston Daily Mail, regarding trust fund, February 21, 1973
105, Press Release, Rural Environmental Assistance Program (REAP), March 1, 1973
106, Press Release, Budget cuts fro Solid Waste Programs, March 1, 1973
107, Press Release, Senate Committee approves Highway Fund Release, Statistics by States, February 22, 1973
108, Press Release, Jennings Randolph subsidy for Superport Construction for Oil Importation, March 1, 1973, Richwood Water System, Miscellaneous Cups, 1973
109, Press Release, Economic Development Administration, Funds approved for Richwood Water System, March 5, 1973
110, Death of Pearl S. Buck, March 6, 1973
111, Press Release, EDA Grant, White Sulphur Springs, Water System, March 6, 1973
112, Picture, Postal Hearing, Jennings Randolph, John Giannini and David Minton, March 6, 1973
113, Press Release, Senate Passage, Veterans Health Care Expansion Act, Veterans Drug and Alcohol Treatment and Rehabilitation Act and Distribution of Interstate Highway Funds, March 6, 1973
114, Speech, Hearings by Senate Post Office and Civil Service Committee, March 7, 1973
115, Congressional Record of 5/11/1933, Jennings Randolph Speech, “The Unapplauded Molders of Men,” Mother’s Day
116, Jennings Randolph Article, Nancy Hanks Birthplace Monument, February 9, 1973
117, Speech, regarding Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968m, Committee on Commerce, March 8, 1973
118, Press Release, Jennings Randolph reservations about Air Program to rebuild North Vietnam, March 7, 1973
119, Speech, “Public Transportation Problems,” National News Paper Association, March 8, 1973
120, Press Release, Medicare Cutbacks, Jennings Randolph and Committee of Aging Oppose, March 8, 1973
121, Press Release, Beeper Statement, WXIT’s Buzz the Fuzz Program, March 8, 1973
122, New York Times, Highway Fund, A Conflict of Lobbies, March 18, 1973
123, Press Release, Newspaper Editors, Washington Telegram, Speech, March 7, 1973
124, Statement, Public Health Service Act, March 8, 1973
125, Statement, Emergency Resource Allocation Board, March 6, 1973
126, Press Release, Hearings Post Office and Civil Service, Badly Damaged Package in Transit, March 9, 1973
127, Press Release, Berkeley County Public Service Department, Water System Loan from FHA, March 12, 1973
128, Press Release, National Employ the Older Worker Week, March 13, 1973
129, Contest in 1969, “Freedom’s Challenge,” Debra D. George, First Place Winner
130, Press Release, Child Abuse Bill, Telegram, JR is co-sponsor
131, Speech, “Highway Legislation, 1973,” Associated General Contractors, San Francisco, March 13, 1973
132, Statement, regarding hearings to be held on Education for Handicapped Children, March 15, 1973
133, Statement, JR will co-sponsor the National Energy Research and Development Policy Act of 1973, March 16, 1973
134, Speech, National Energy Forum 2, Washington, Bi-Partisan Action, March 19, 1973
135, Picture, JR and others use jackhammers in symbolic crumbling of architectural barriers to handicapped on Capitol Hill, March 22, 1973
136, Press Release, Senate passed the Federal Aid Highway Act of 1973, Telegram, March 15, 1973
137, Press Release, Rehabilitation Act passed by Congress, JR urged President to sign, March 19, 1973
138, Speech, Hearings, Education of the Handicapped, March 20, 1973
139, Speech, Health Facilities Construction Costs, GAO Briefing, March 22, 1973
140, Press Release, MEDIHC Program, Flood Speech, Telegrams 4974-76, Placement of Veterans in Health Care Positions, March 22, 1973
141, Press Release, Labor Committee, one year extension of Health Care A and Hospital Construction Programs, Telegrams 4977-5000, March 22, 1973
142, Article, WVU Magazine, regarding Coal Mine Health and Safety, by Orrin B. Conaway, Jr., 1973
143, Press Release, Bills Designed to Black Proposed Cuts in Disability Benefits to Vietnam Veterans, JR against aid to North Vietnam and amnesty
144, Statement, Hearings regarding child abuse, Subcommittee on Children and Youth, March 26, 1973
145, Statement, Fuels and Energy, “The Crisis Won’t Wait For Them,” Speech by Senator Henry Jackson, March 27, 1973
146, Press Release, Mandatory Reemployment Rights under Federal Law for Veterans, JR to sponsor
147, Press Release JR Statement regarding President’s veto of Rehabilitation Act and Senate Passage of Hill-Burton Regional Medical Program, March 27, 1973
148, Statement, S. 1395, A bill to encourage and support dissemination of news, educational materials, etc, through mails, March 27, 1973
149, Questions for John Ottina regarding education of handicapped under National Institute of Education, March 29, 1973
150, Press Release, Amendment to Permit Streambank Erosion eligible for Federal Disaster Assistance, March 28, 1973
151, Beeper Statement regarding Cancer Crusade, March 29, 1973
152, Press Release, Public Works Committee reported EDA Bill for 1 Year Extension and Highway Safety Bill, March 29, 1973
153, Speech, American Road Builders Association Convention, Houston, April 2, 1973
154, Press Release, GSA Contract for Space for Internal Revenue Building, Martinsburg, April 2, 1973
155, Speech, Air Pollution Control Association, Washington, regarding fuels and energy, April 4, 1973
156, Press Release, Resolution on Health Care, JR Speech on Fuels before Air Pollution Control Administrator, April 4, 1973
157, Speech of Senator Moss, regarding fuels and energy before the National Energy Forum, April 4, 1973
158, Speech, Cancer Crusade Kickoff Luncheon, Charleston, April 7, 1973
159, Press Release, JR & Harry Byrd on amendment to prohibit aid to North Vietnam & Amtrack being taken from the Parkersburg-Washington run, April 5, 1973
160, Speech Fayette Plateau Chamber of Commerce, Oak Hill, April 7, 1973
161, Speech, Harpers Ferry, Flagstaff Dedicated in Honor of Mayor Bradley Nash, National Park Service, April 14, 1973
162, Article, American Federation Government Workers Magazine, JR says there should be system to help displaced employees, April 6, 1973
163, Speech, 15th Canada-United States Interparliamentary Meeting, White Sulphur Springs, April 6, 1973
164, Press Release, Introduction of National Adoption Information Exchange System, April 9, 1973
165, Article, Charleston Gazette-Mail, regarding JR, by Mary Russell, April 8, 1973
166, Statement, JR pledges support for new Rehabilitation Act, legislation aid for handicapped persons, April 10, 1973
167, Beeper, made for WWVU-TV, Morgantown, regarding banning of smoking in public places, April 10, 1973
168, Press Release, JR asks for more federal assistance for Buffalo Creek, April 10, 1973
169, Article by Ymelda Dixon, regarding JR’s trip to New York, returned to Washington by Governor Rockefeller’s limousine, March 26, 1973
170, Press Release, JR supports Administrator Ruckelshaus in transition decision regarding Clean Air Act for automobile emission, April 16, 1973
171, Statement, Clean Air Act extended for one year, regarding emission controls, April 16, 1973
172, Press Release, grants to Wheeling, urban mass transit & GSA to Wheeling Transit and Warwood Tool, April 16, 1973


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173, Speech, Armco Steel Corporation, Washington, D.C., Madison Hotel, April 17, 1973
174, Magazine, Construction Equipment Magazine, Picture of Senator and Article, April 17, 1973
175, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Commission approved grant for the continuation of dental health development program, April 13, 1973
176, Press Release, Supplemental Appropriations Bill (Education) financial aid to students, Telegram, April 17, 1973
177, Statement, Public Works Committee, Senator stresses importance of flood control projects, April 18, 1973
178, Speech, Comments on President Nixon’s Energy Message to the Congress, Press Release and Telegrams, April 18, 1973
179, Speech, Highway Safety Act, 25th Anniversary of Driver and Safety Education Association of W.Va., April 18, 1973
180, Speech, Reemployment rights for veterans S. 1635 a bill to amend section 9 of the Reemployment rights of members of the armed forces, April 18, 1973
181, Press Release, Council on Environmental Quality has given approval to proceed on Bridge construction Chester Bridge included, April 19, 1973
183, Speech, Manufacturing Chemists Association, Chemical Forum, Washington, D.C., April 23, 1973
184, President Nixon, his Energy message to the Congress and statement from Secretary of the Treasury regarding Oil Import Program, April 20, 1973
185, Statement, “Crisis of the Dollar” comments on the Economy, 1973
186, Press Release, EDA Grants for Fayette County and Arbuckles Public Service District for Minden and grant for Triadelphia for water and sewer improvements, April 27, 1973
188, Press Release, FAA grants to Moundsville for Airport Construction, Telegram 5267, April 23, 1973
189, Speech, Remarks regard Executive Privilege, Colorado, Grand Junction, Bookcliff Knife and Fork Club, March 31, 1973
190, Statement, before National Fuels and Energy Policy Study, Interior Committee, regarding Fuels Energy Policy, comments on Nixon’s message, May 1, 1973
191, Speech, Groundbreaking Ceremony, Barbour County Rest and Retirement Home, Belington, W.Va., April 28, 1973
192, Beeper, “HammRoast” of News-Register Editor Harry Hamm, Wheeling, regarding Birthday Celebration, May 12, 1973
193, Honorary Degrees, to Senator Randolph and Rev. Milligan, Honorary Doctorate to both from Pikeville College, Pikeville, Kentucky, May 6, 1973
194, Press Release, Senator urged that Postmaster appointments should go to residents of the area where they are working, April 19, 1973
195, Speech, Sons of American Revolution, Jackson’s Mill, April 28, 1973
196, Speech, U. S. Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D.C., and Press Release regarding Water Resource Funding, May 1, 1973
197, Press Release, Funding for Water Resource Projects, River Basin program and Lakes, flood control, April 20, 1973
198, Press Release, Senator comments on the “Watergate Affair” urges the appointment of a Special Prosecutor to investigate, May 2, 1973
199, Interview, Al Sperber of WHN on “out of sight” program for blind, Randolph-Sheppard Act, May 1, 1973
200, Article, American Road Builder Magazine May Issue, Transportation Funding now and in the Future, May, 1973
201, Speech Material, regarding Declaration of Independence, “They signed for Us,” The Strange Fate of those who helped free America, Harvey article, 1973
202, Appendix, 100th Birthday for The Charleston Gazatte, largest newspaper in West Virginia, May 10, 1973
203, Press Release, Legislation to aid children who are adopted, Social Security laws as written does not qualify benefits for adopted children, May 4, 1973
204, Press Release, Introduction of Toll-Free Telephone Service Telegrams, #5418-41, May 3, 1973
205, Article, by Senator Randolph for the “Waste Age” magazine, Federal Solid Waste Management Policy, May 5, 1973
206, Press Release, HUD Grant Commitment for Buffalo Creek Valley for water sewage and ARC Funds for housing for families of Buffalo Creek due to the flood, May 4, 1973
207, Speech, American Mining Congress, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania “Energy and America’s Future, May 7, 1973
208, Speech, W.Va., State Society Son and Daughter Banquet, Washington, D.C., Fort Myer Officer Mess, May 4, 1973
209, Testimony, before subcommittee on Aviation regarding reduced rates for blind, handicapped and people over 65 and under 21, May 8, 1973
210, Letter to the Editor of the Herald-Dispatch, regarding the use of the Highway Trust Fund and mass transit, May 7, 1973
211, Press Release, Economic Development Administration program to be extended for another year, 13 W.Va. counties will be helped, May 8, 1973
212, Press Release, Senate passage to establish a Council on Energy Policy, Telegrams 5514-5544
213, Press Release, Sewer System for Eleanor, W.Va. funding for improvement, Telegrams, May 10, 1973
214, Statement, Senator supports S.70 , to establish a Council on Energy Policy, May 10, 1973
215, Honorary Degree, Morris Harvey College, Doctorate of Law Degrees for Byrd and Randolph, May 13, 1973
216, Beeper, Marshall University Medical School, Tape for WMUL-TV, Huntington, May 14, 1973
217, Statement, Federal Highway Bill, funding for construction, asks for apportionment of funds for 1974 in order to continue highway programs, May 14, 1973
218, Appendix, Senator expresses appreciation to the Radio media of W.Va., May is National Radio Month, May 15, 1973
219, Press Release, Education Grants (federally affected) to Jefferson, Pocahontas, Randolph and Pendleton Counties, May 16, 1973
220, Press Release, Study Commission directed to evaluate Federal Water pollution control activities, May 15, 1973
221, Press Release, Water System approved for loan to Doolin Water Association, Wetzel County, and approved by Farmers Home Administration, May 21, 1973
222, Press Release, Physician for Doddridge County National Health Services Corps, Dr. Jay Paul, May 16, 1973
223, Press Release, Cancer Crusade, Picture of Julia Downs and Senator Randolph, “Reach for Recovery,” Volunteer Cancer Programs, May 17, 1973
224, Appendix, Senator stresses importance of meeting of President’s Committee on Employment of the Handicapped, May 7, 1973
225, Statement, Senator discusses key issues to be resolved in Highway Conference, May 7, 1973
226, Statement, Senator supports the Extension of the Adult Education Act, May 15, 1973
227, Press Release, Office Economic Opportunity Grant to Buffalo Public Service District for a water system for Buffalo Creek Valley, May 17, 1973
228, Speech, “Invest in America” luncheon, New Senate Office Building, Washingon, D.C., May 16, 1973
229, Letter, Senator Randolph had letter from the Evening Star regarding Mississippi Flood, Damages, etc., May 14, 1973
230, Appendix, National Police Week comments by Police Departments and Radio comment by Senator, May 17, 1973
231, Speech, Salem, W.Va., Salem Herald Event “How free should a free press be? Also Press Release and Telegrams, May 18, 1973
232, Speech, Dedication, Upper Deckers Creek Experimental Farm, Arthurdale, W.Va., May 19, 1973
233, World Affairs Institute, Morgantown, W.Va., Senator Pete V. Domenici, Speaker, Topic, Mexico: “A Nation on the Move,” May 19, 1973
234, Statement, regarding Mid East Oil situation and insertion of Carl Bagge speech, Telegrams 5581-5604, May 20, 1973
235, Appendix, Kaiser Aluminum, Ravenswood, W.Va., May 22, 1973
236, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Commission Grant for Park, Martinsburg, Outdoor Recreation Funding, May 21, 1973
237, Press Release, Office of Management and Budget very important and the Senator says the appointment for the Director should be confirmed by the Senate, May 22, 1973
238, Congratulations to Dr. John A.D. Cooper, President of the American Medical Colleges received 1st Health Service Award, May 22, 1973
239, Press Release, GSA contract to Wheeling, Pittsburgh Steel Telegram, May 30, 1973
240, Press Release, Senate-House conferees on the Federal-Aid Highway Act agreed to Senator’s proposal to permit urban areas to use highway funds for downtown parking, May 22, 1973
241, Forest Festival, Comments, Elkins, W.Va., Queen named, June, 1973
242, Press Release, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation grant to Kenova, Wayne County, for purchase of land and equipment for outdoor recreation, May 29, 1973
243, Press Release, Outdoor Recreation, Grant to Marshall County, Glendale, W.Va., Telegrams, June 29, 1973
244, Press Release, Farmers Home Administration loan for Belmont, W.Va., for Sewage Disposal System, June 30, 1973
245, Press Release, Lowering speed limits on Interstate and White House Conference on Handicapped,Telegrams, May 30, 1973


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246, Statement, JR commends Postal Service on fuel conversion practices, May 30, 1973
247, Press Release, Senate passage of supplemental appropriations bill for new medical schools affiliated with the Veterans Administration, May 31, 1973
248, Press Release, Headstart grant for Webster County, May 31, 1973
249, Statement, opening statement at coal hearings, May 31, 1973
250, Press Release, ARC grant for recreational facilities, Lewis County Park, Weston, June 1, 1973
251, Speech, introduction of Robert N. (Red) Brown, Davis and Elkins College commencement, Elkins, June 2, 1973
252, Press Release, ARC grant for health planning in Brooke and Hancock counties, June 1, 1973
253, Press Release, JR and Senator Abe Ribicoff amendment to assure orderly allocations of fuels and energy supplies to state and local governments for essential services, June 1, 1973
254, Press Release, Labor and Public Welfare Committee approval of railroad retirement bill, June 5, 1973
255-258 missing (note on folder 259, "gone from desk")
259, Picture, Mexico-United States Inter-Parliamentary Conference, Guanajuato, Mexico, May 1973
260, Statement, Emergency Petroleum Allocations Bill, June 1, 1973
261, Press Release, Senate votes 63-19 to cut all funds for bombing in Cambodia, May 31, 1973
263, Article, "History Amid Stars," regarding strip mining, Washington Star, June 3, 1973
264, Speech, "Challenge to a Life of Quality," Salem High School commencement, June 4, 1973
265, Press Release, ARC grants to Dorcas Public Service District, Grant County, for water system, June 5, 1973
266, Speech, "Challenge to a Life of Quality," Roosevelt-Wilson High School commencement, Clarksburg, June 6, 1973
267, Press Release, retirement bill approved by Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, June 5, 1973
268, Press Release, Senate-House conference regarding Veterans Administration Medical School Program, June 5, 1973
269, Press Release, Marshall University Medical School, Dr. Marc J. Musser, June 7, 1973
270, Program, Radio and Television Correspondents Dinner, Washington, June 7, 1973
271, Press Release, Water Pollution Hearings, Study Commission, May 16, 1973
272, Statement, regarding reduction in elementary and secondary funds for education, June 6, 1973
273, Speech, "Education's Biggest Failure - A Teaching of Values," St. Marys High School commencement, June 8, 1973
273, Awards Luncheon, Religious Heritage of America, June 7, 1973
274, Press Release, college work study, educational grants and strengthening developing institutions, June 7, 1973
276, Statement, college work study, educational grants and strengthening developing institutions, June 8, 1973
277, Statement, JR salutes Capitol Page School graduating class, June 8, 1973
278, Groundbreaking, Bureau of Public Debt, Parkersburg; also release on coal policy hearings, June 8, 1973
279, Press Release, grant to United Aircraft of West Virginia from naval air system command (helicoptors), Bridgeport, June 8, 1973
280, Press Release, ARC grants to Webster and Logan counties for health care centers, vocational education, etc., June 11, 1973
281, Press Release, Port of Entry, Huntington added, Charleston named Port of Entry, Bureau of Customs, June 13, 1973
282, Statement, air transportation systems need improved facilities for handicapped persons, June 12, 1973
283, Press Release, Grandparents Day resolution, JR/RCB co-sponsors, June 21, 1973
284, Press Release, regarding Census of Agriculture for farmers, June 25, 1973
285, Article, JR proposed cut to defense/space programs to fund energy programs, April 25, 1973
286, Press Release, Economic Development Administration grant to Region 8, Petersburg, for Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, Mineral, and Pendleton, June 14, 1973
287, Press Release, Labor and Public Works Committee, approval of Community Services Act of 1973 and Emergency Employment Amendment of 1973, June 14, 1973
288, Radio Script, honoring Jimmie Dickens, South Charleston, June 15, 1973
289, Statement, "The First 100 Days of the Democratic New Deal," June 27, 1973
290, Speech, Lions Club installation of officers, Ladies Night, Martinsburg, June 23, 1973
291, Press Release, Sheltered Workshops, Wagner-O'Day amendments, June 15, 1973
292, Press Release, Office of Education grants, Mineral, Tucker, Cabell, Raleigh, and Ohio counties, June 15, 1973
293, Press Release, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, grant for Pendleton Run Recreation Area near Davis, June 18, 1973
295, Press Release, Army contract for Sheidow Bronze Corporation, Kingwood, June 18, 1973
296, Appendix, seventeen aviation pioneers conducted into OX5 Club Hall of Fame, Hammonsport, New York, June 15, 1973
297, Appendix, Dr. Leon S. Minckler report on clearcutting, Forest Service management, June 8, 1973
298, Press Release, EDA bill signed by President Richard Nixon, June 19, 1973
299, Telegram, JR urged that EDA in Huntington be continued, June 20, 1973
300, Press Release, Public Works Committee approval of limited recreational fees by United States Army Corps of Engineers and Veterans Committee hearing on pension reform, June 19, 1973
301, Speech, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Martinsburg, June 23, 1973
302, Press Release, ARC grants to Keyser and Grantsville, June 20, 1973
303, Press Release, HEW grant increase for Martinsburg Mental Health Center, June 21, 1973
304, Press Release, JR testimony before Interior Committee on Energy Resource and Development Policy Act of 1973, June 21, 1973
305, Telegram, to J. C. Dillon, Chairman of West Virginia Democratic Executive Committee, June 21, 1973
306, Press Release, funding for existing education programs, June 18, 1973
307, Press Release, subcommittee approval of child abuse legislation, June 18, 1973
308, Luncheon, National YMCA Youth Governors Conference, Washington, July 3, 1973


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309, Press Release, Action Grant to Fayette County Committee on Aging, June 25, 1973
310, Press Release, Headstart Grants for Upshur, Braxton and Morgan counties, June 25, 1973
311, Press Release, Grant to Tri-State Transit Authority for Huntington Bus System from ARC, June 25, 1973
312, Press Release, ARC Grant to Jackson County Board of Education, Arch Moore Vocational Technical Adult Education Center, Ripley, June 25, 1973
313, Press Release, Senate-House Conference Agreement on Appropriation for a Medical School Program, June 26, 1973
314, Press Release, Senate Approved Bill to Extend Federal Programs for Education of Handicapped Children, June 25, 1973
315, Fact Sheet, agreement between United States and Russia regarding nuclear war, June 22, 1973
316, Press Release, HUD Low Rent Modernization Contract to Wheeling, June 27, 1973
317, Press Release, JR urged release of regional medical program funds and Senate approval of temporary increases in benefits for railway workers, June 27, 1973
318, Press Release, JR statement on veto of supplemental appropriations bill, remarks on Huntington Medical School proposal, June 27, 1973
319, Press Release, Economic Development Administration, approved grant for Buffalo Creek water system, June 27, 1973
320, Press Release, National Park Service, contract for trash collection, Harpers Ferry, June 27, 1973
321, Testimonial, honoring JR for fifty years of service, Salem College, July 2, 1973
322, Press Release, Demonstration Grant from EPA for surface mining, June 28, 1973
323, Press Release, Contract from Department of Defense to Armstrong Products Company, Huntington, June 28, 1973
324, Letter, to editor of the Evening Star, regarding contamination of world’s oceans, June 28, 1973
325, Press Release, resolution to give states funds for completion of roads, June 28, 1973
326, Press Release, grant from ARC to Wheeling Transportation Authority for mass transportation system, June 29, 1973
327, Press Release, medical school assistance and Health Manpower Act, VA Schools amendment, June 29, 1973
328, Press Release, auto pollution control devices, Clean Air Act of 1970, June 29, 1973
329, Speech, JR opposed to adding 45 days of bombing prior to unconstitutional actions in Cambodia, June 30, 1973
330, Press Release, JR applauds Supreme Court ruling on obscenity, June 29, 1973
331, Press Release, Charleston-Huntington Port of Entry information, June 30, 1973
332, Press Release, Department of Interior contract to build pollution-free power plant at Rivesville, June 29, 1973
333, Speech, Energy Supply Shortages, July 10, 1973
334, Press Release, Governor Moore will request disaster assistance in connection with flash flood in Charleston, July 9, 1973
335, Speech, Subcommittee on Education, Community School Development Act, July 11, 1973
336, Press Release, JR asks Secretary of HEW Caspar Weinberger to release funds for vocational rehabilitation programs to aid handicapped, July 10, 1973
337, Press Release, Senate passed bill to restore water and waste disposal grant programs, March 22, 1973
338, Appendix, private industry must be allowed flexibility to meet energy demands, June 14, 1973
339, Interview, Postal Service investigation, Susan Schieffer, KDKA, July 11, 1973
340, Interview, Wheeling Station WNEU, regarding gasoline oil problems, July 1973
341, Press Release, Action Grant to Morgan County, Charleston, and HUD Grant Increase to Charleston, July 12, 1973
342, Dedication of East Lynn Lake (JR telegram), July 13, 1973
343, Press Release, amendment to energy pipeline bill, July 14, 1973
344, National Youth Science Camp luncheon, July 11, 1973
345, Press Release, child abuse legislation, Senate approval, July 14, 1973
346, Press Release, EDA Administration plans to reduce Huntington office, July 16, 1973
347, Press Release GSA will retain 18 package disaster hospitals in West Virginia, July 16, 1973
348, Telegram, American Cyanamid Corporation, Parkersburg, dedication of waste water treatment facility, July 16, 1973
349, Press Release, Soil Conservation Service, Wes-Mon-Ty Resource Conservation, July 17, 1973


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350, Beeper, Senator’s statement on the White House Taping, July 17, 1973
351, Press Release, Senate passage of Rehabilitation Act of 1973, also prediction of Conference approval of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, July 18, 1973
352, Press Release, Senate passed legislation giving Veterans Administration the responsibility to set interest rates for VA backed home mortgages, July 18, 1973
353, Press Release, Approval of Flood Control measures for Wheeling area, July 18, 1973
354, Biographical sketch, Committee assignments, Senator Randolph – 1973, July 20, 1973
355, Christian Century, Magazine Article, the Department of Peace called for a National Conference, May 16, 1973
356, Press Release, Conferees approve Federal Aid Highway Act of 1973 – July 20, 1973
357, Deceased, Captain Eddie Rickenbacker, July 24, 1973
358, Speech, Montana Councils on Aging University of Montana, Missoula, Montana, July 25, 1973
359, Press Release, additional flights for Kanawha Airport by American Airlines, Telegram, July 25, 1973
360, Gospel Singing Convention of W.Va., Telegram 6399, July 28, 1973
361, Press Release, U. S. Department of Agriculture Housing Research Activities may move to W.Va., Telegram, July 26, 1973
362, Speech, Pittsburgh Guild for the Blind Award Dinner, Bridgeville, PA., “Loss of Sight is not the end of Vision,” August 2, 1973
363, Press Release, Mt. Lake Park, Maryland Tennis trophies presented by Senator Randolph, July 28, 1973
364, Appendix, Suzanne Buffington of W.Va., sponsors approved legislation to aid the deaf by Girls’ Nation, July 28, 1973
365, Statement, National Air and Space Museum Building, July 30, 1973
366, Appendix, Huntington Advertiser editorial stresses need for more research to remove pollutants from coal, July 24, 1973
367, Appendix, James A. Farley, Now 85, was New Deal Leader, June 12, 1973
368, Press Release, Jefferson Rock Trail to be constructed at Harpers Ferry Historical Park, Telegram, August 1, 1973
369, Statement, Floor remarks on Interior Appropriations Bill regarding Coal and Veterans’ Affairs Committee report Veterans bill, August 1, 1973
370, Press Release, Senate Override of President’s veto of Emergency Medical Services, Telegrams, August 2, 1973
371, Tape, Message by Senator for Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon Muscular Dystrophy, September 3-4, 1973
372, Press Release, Senator-House Conference regarding Highway Bill, Senator thinks the President will sign, August 2, 1973
373, Press Release, Resolution by Senator Randolph to continue education for the Deaf and Handicapped, both under one committee, August 3, 1973
374, Press Release, Postal Service Budget, Letter-mail code sort system Telegram #6487-6510, August 3, 1973
375, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., W.Va. Beer Wholesalers Corporation, August 6, 1973
376, Press Release, Head Start Grants to North Central W.Va., Community Action Agency, Inc., Fairmont, W.Va., August 6 ,1973
377, Dedication, Customs Port of Entry, Kanawha Airport, Charleston, W.Va., “The Heart of W.Va. is opened to the People of the World,” August 9, 1973
378 Speech, West Virginia Democratic Youth Camp, Alderson-Broaddus College, August 10, 1973
379 Speech, West Virginia Elks Convention, Huntington, “The New America Needs A Restored Sense of Community,” August 9, 1973
380 Press Release, Transportation to Low Income Elderly People, Public Forum, Elkins, August 9, 1973
381 Press Release, “Senator Praises Volunteer Firemen,” Valley Head, August 12, 1973
382 Program, Cherry River Navy, Richwood, August 11, 1973
383 Picture, Senator and Governor John Love of Colorado at White House ceremony of signing of Federal-Aid Highway Act, August 13, 1973
384 Government Research, National Journal Reports on Roads, Transit Compromise and Alaska Pipeline Lobbying, August 13, 1973
385 Press Release, Program to record and document engineering structures in West Virginia, Historic Preservation Advised, August 15, 1973
386 Letter to Ernie Saunders, WCHS, Sports Director, Charleston, Magellan’s crew member with letter undelivered for 47 years, August 14, 1973
387 Press Release, White House ceremony when President Nixon signed Highway Act into law, August 13, 1973
388 Press Release, Questions and Answers, Fanny Seiler, Charleston Gazette, regarding raise for members of Congress, August 16, 1973
389 Press Release, GSA announced Federal Building, Wheeling, should be renovated, August 15, 1973
390 Press Release, Senator’s statement regarding Watergate hearings, August 18, 1973
391 Press Release, Message to Robert B. Pierce, new president of West Virginia Pharmaceutical Association, White Sulphur Springs, August 20, 1973
392 Letter to William S. Ritchie, Jr., commissioner, West Virginia Department of Highways, regarding highway funds, August 21, 1973
393 Speech, “A Trustee Talks to the Faculty,” Salem College Faculty Seminar, August 24, 1973
394 Interview, Questions and answers regarding Watergate, economy, etc., Salem, August 24, 1973
395 Press Release, Tapes held by President Nixon-President cannot place himself above the law, August 23, 1973
396 Press Release, Sheltered Workshops for the Blind and Severely Handicapped under Wagner-O’Day Act, August 24, 1973
397 Article, Allegheny Airways magazine, “A Charge to Graduates,” May 1971
398 Article, Barbara Guinn, Washington Post, regarding mountain greenery the easy way: Cass Mountain Scenic Railway, August 26, 1973
399 Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, West Virginia Democratic Executive Committee, Charleston, September 8, 1973
400 Press Release, Amendment to Disaster Relief Act, September 5, 1973


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401 Press Release, Mineral County Headstart, Grant, Potomac State College, September 6, 1973
402 Article, Saturday Evening Post, “Bright Brothers, Bright Side of West Virginia,” September 1973
403 Press Release, Staffing Grant for Northern Panhandle Mental Health Center, Wheeling, September 7, 1973
404 Press Release, Letter to NBC President Julian Goodman regarding White Paper on Energy, Telegram 6652, September 5, 1973
405 Press Release, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation to Chester for playground, telegrams 6658-6660, September 10, 1973
406 Press Release, Senate-House conferees reached agreement on Rehabilitation Act-had been vetoed three times by president, September 10, 1973
407 Russell E. Train to be administered Environment Protection Agency, September 10, 1973
408 Press Release, Appropriation for education, support of handicapped, September 11, 1973
409 Press Release, Health program between medical schools and veterans administration funds released by Office of Management and Budget, August 9, 1973
410 Press Release, Pearl Buck’s Birthplace, Hillsboro, to be opened to public, October 14, 1973
411 Statement by JR before special committee on handicapped, September 11, 1973
412 Press Release, Emergency medical services reported from Senate L and Public Welfare Committee, September 13, 1973
413 Interview, Harry Hoffmann, Charleston Gazette, questions and answers regarding campaign financing elections, September 13, 1973
414 Interview, John G. Morgan, Charleston Gazette, regarding “should president be impeached and tried?”, September 13, 1973
415 Speech, Reserve Officers Association, Hagerstown, “Reserve Officers Association,” Press Release, “The America We Love and Defend,” September 15, 1973
416 Press Release, New postal facility for Huntington, September 17, 1973
417 Statement, before Subcommittee on Air and Water Pollution, “Energy Or The Environment,” hearings, September 18, 1973
418 Speech, Rapid Transit Institute, Washington, “Mass Transit,” September 18, 1973
419 Press Release, Appalachian Regional Commission, approval for Follansbee water system, telegram, September 18, 1973
420 Memorandum, to Oregon Senator Mark Hatfield regarding Nelson Amendment to Surface Mining Reclamation Act, September 10, 1973
421 Dedication, of Hart Field, Morgantown, air mail pickup and special stamp, September 23, 1973
422 Appendix, Marjorie Merriweather Post-deceased memorial service, reprint from record, September 20, 1973
423 Memorandum, Allegheny Airlines formed in Pittsburgh, 1937, statistics from Library of Congress, September 20, 1973
424 Statement, in United States Senate regarding drug abuse, JR opposes legalization of marijuana, telegram, press release, September 21, 1973
425 Research material, Libertarian Task Force excerpts from spending study, September 6, 1973
426 Press Release, programs to eliminate non-essential uses of fuel, gas, oil, September 24, 1973
427 Memorandum, to Senator Alan Bible, regarding Nelson Amendment, September 10, 1973
428 Article, “Even A Poor Guy Can Look Like A Million,” by Howard Siner, September 22, 1973
429 Press Release, report on black lung benefits, claims filed under original Coal Mine Health and Safety Act, September 24, 1973
430 Statement, Facilities Construction Energy Conservation Act of 1973, reprint from Record, September 24, 1973
431 Biographical Material, Jennings Randolph, regarding energy, September 25, 1973
432 Statement, National Highway Week, provides opportunity to assess progress in transportation, September 25, 1973
433 Congratulations, Morgantown Mayor Dorothy Comuntzis, September 26, 1973
434 Press Release, President Nixon signed Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Jennings Randolph attended, September 26, 1973
435 Speech, Battelle District Fair, Wadestown Watermelon Festival, August 5, 1973
436 Press Release, resolution to prevent economic protection Agency from depriving West Virginia of funds for sewage treatment facilities, and press and letter to president regarding roof bolt needed by mines, September 26, 1973
437, Speech, “The Energy Crisis,” Round Table Discussion, American Enterprise Institute, Washington, September 25, 1973
438, Statement, regarding strip mining bill, given to Steve Shipp, AP, September 26, 1973
439, Press Release, Capital Ideas article recalled, regarding gasoline shortage, October 10, 1973
440, Speech, American Cancer Society Awards Breakfast, Charleston, September 29, 1973
441, Press Release, Craigsville Sewage System, grant from EPA, September 28, 1973
442, Speech, Beech Fork Lake dedication/groundbreaking, September 29, 1973
443, Interview, Bootstrap, Salem College Magazine, September 8, 1973
444, Flag presented by JR to South Charleston Civil Defense Office, requested by John Hover, Paint Creek Arts, Gallagher, September 27, 1973
445, Speech, “The America We Love and Defend,” Knife and Fork Club, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, October 1, 1973
446, Flag, JR replaces flag for Elkins American Legion Post, August 2, 1973
447, UPI question, Drew Von Bergen wants statement on surface mining, October 2, 1973
448, Interview, Laurlyn Bellamy, Capital Hill News Service, October 3, 1973
449, Statement, hearings, Committees on Commerce, Interior and Public Works, regarding deep water ports, October 3, 1973
450, Political Report, 1972 Senate races, contributions and expenditures, September 1973
451, Voting participation in United States Senate, September 1973
452, Press Release, Rehabilitation Act signed into law on September 26, handicapped to be served, October 5, 1973
453, Press Release, Pricketts Creek Watershed Project approved (Marion and Taylor counties), October 3, 1973
454, Press Release, $19 million to West Virginia elementary and secondary education funds, JR amendment approved, October 3, 1973
455, Press Release, Senate Special Committee on Aging, age discrimination law must be improved, October 5, 1973
456, Press Release, grant for physical education equipment at Salem College approved by ARC, October 8, 1973
457, Press Release, Surface Mining Reclamation Act (strip mining), Senate acceptance of JR amendments, October 8, 1973
458, Press Release, passage of Surface Mining Reclamation Act of 1973, JR comments, October 9, 1973
459, Press Release, Postal Sectional Centers in West Virginia to be consolidated, October 9, 1973
460, Introduction, JR introduction of Senator Gaylord Nelson, speaker for West Virginia Labor Federation AFL-CIO meeting, Charleston, October 4, 1973
461, NBC Film, regarding white paper on energy, October 19, 1973
462, Press Release, EPA change in procedures can provide West Virginia with $3.6 million; also, National Adoption Exchange Bill and amendment to Legal Services Bill, October 10, 1973
463, Letter to editor or Orlando newspaper regarding editorial on energy solution, October 11, 1973
464, JR invited to attend White House meeting to announce vice presidential nominee, October 12, 1973
465, Press Release, loan from Rural Electrification Administration to telephone utilities of West Virginia for improvement, October 12, 1973
466, Press Release, JR urges passage of West Virginia road bond issue, special election, October 16, 1973
467, Article, regarding free telephone for executive agencies, National Inquirer, October 16, 1973
468, Statistics, on crime and given by Gallagher Presidents’ report, October 10, 1973
469, Speech, Gallaudet College campus model secondary school groundbreaking, Mrs. Nixon attended, October 17, 1973
470, Picture, campaign brochure, Randolph family, October 1973


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471, Speech, Kanawha’s 40th Aviation Year, Tin Goose launched air service at Charleston, October 17, 1973
471A, Groundbreaking, Model Secondary School for Deaf, Washington, October 17, 1973
472, Article, long walks lead to health, by Dr. Casey of Medical Center, September 13, 1973
473, Press Release, JR statement, regarding Jackson’s fuel conservation, October 18, 1973
474, Press Release, black lung benefits are not to be terminated as reported, October 26, 1973
475, Press Release, GSA contract to Badger Powhatan Company of Ranson, for fire fighting equipment, October 26, 1973
476, Letter, from Robert R. Bowers, West Virginia Petroleum Association and answer from JR, October 15, 1973
477, Statement, bill to amend Randolph-Sheppard Act for the blind, October 13, 1973
478, Article, regarding Cam Henderson, Marshall University, October 17, 1973
479, Press Release, picture of JR with railroad cars for West Virginia, Cass Railroad will handle maintenance, October 17, 1973
480, Speech, JR asks American students to consider challenges, Ankara, Turkey, October 24, 1973
481, Press Release, water pollution control needs, JR in statement praised West Virginia on its assessment, October 31, 1973
482, Cancer Research, drive in West Virginia successful, October 16, 1973
483, Hearings, Clean Air Act, regarding emission standards, cars, etc., Public Works Committee, November 5, 1973
484, Federation of Democratic Women, speaker, Congressman Jim Wright, Clarksburg, October 23, 1973
485, Biographical material, JR, regarding energy problems, October 31, 1973
486, Speech, North Charleston Recreation and Community Center opening, October 10, 1973
487, Speech, “Coal Offers Key to Energy Self-Sufficiency,” West Virginia Coal Mining Institute, White Sulphur Springs, November 2, 1973
488, Picture, North Atlantic Assembly Plenary Session, Ankara, Turkey, November 7, 1973
489, Speech, American Ambulance Association, Charlotte, North Carolina (cancelled), October 25, 1973
490, Speech, dedication of Sycamore Street Bridge, Clarksburg, November 3, 1973
491, Speech, dedication of Catalano Memorial Stadium, Salem College, November 3, 1973
492, Speech/Opening Statement, hearings on automobile emissions, November 5, 1973
493, Press Release, JR on set-aside provisions for handicapped children in elementary and secondary education programs, November 6, 1973
494, Press Release, Synthetic Liquid Fuels Act, JR made first flight with gas from coal, Arthur C. Hyde, pilot, November 6, 1973
495, Statistics/Reference Material, President Taft had appointed secretary of state under same circumstances as today with Saxbe, November 1973
496, Appendix, American Viewpoint, President Ivan B. Hill stresses higher ethical standards, November 7, 1973
497, National Register to list four Hardy County structures, October 31, 1973
498, Press Release, JR recalls day John F. Kennedy was killed, November 7, 1973
500, Press Release, Senators statement following President Nixon’s Energy message, November 7, 1973
501, Statement, Senator Randolph on Air Transportation of Handicapped Persons, November 7, 1973
502, Statement, Coal Conversion Act of 1973, Amendment to S. 2652, November 7, 1973
503, Speech, American Petroleum Institute Convention, Houston, Texas, Telegrams 7219-41, November 12, 1973
504, Press Release, Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, Energy Crisis, discussed inTexas, speech to API, November 13, 1973
505, Speech, Association of State Highway Officials, Los Angeles, California Highway Programs reevaluation, November 12, 1973
506, Campaign Funds, Articles by James A. Haught, Charleston Gazette regarding funds Given to Senator Randolph and others, November 12, 1973
507, National Register of Historic Places, Hancock County Courthouse added as historic site, October 13, 1973
508, Clearcutting banned in Monongahela National Forest by Judge Robert E. Maxwell, November 10, 1973
509, Dedication, Runway Extension at Tri-State Airport, Huntington, W.Va., (Senator could not attend), November 13, 1973
510, Article, New York Times, by John H. Averill, Goldwater harsh on Nixon during tour of campuses, November, 1973
511, Tribute to John F. Kennedy, Telegrams 7355-77, November 21, 1973
512, Press Release, FHA Loan to Follansbee for Water System, Telegrams, November 15, 1973
513, Press Release, Recreation Grants to Wyoming County, November 15, 1973
514, Statement, Senate Passage of Grandparents Day, S.J. Res. 126, November 15, 1973
515, Tape, Greetings to country music lovers, Elkins, W.Va., Wilma and Stoney Cooper Day, November 15, 1973
516, Diseases of Retina need most study, Article on Blindness by Brian Sullivan, October 31, 1973
517, Senate Passage, Amendment to National Energy Emergency Act, Telegrams 7280-7302, November 16, 1973
518, Hearings, Senator’s opening statement before the Randolph-Sheppard Hearings, Telegrams 7301-13, Amendments to Randolph-Sheppard Hearings Telegrams 7303-13, Amendments to Randolph-Sheppard Act, November 16, 1973
519, Speech, Dedication of Green Acres Regional Center “Randolph Wall,” Lesage, W.Va., November 18, 1973
520, Speech, Dedication of North Charleston Community Center, Charleston, W.Va., Press on above Green Acres Dedication at Lesage, W.Va., November 18, 1973
521, Statement, regarding Tunney Amendment to S. 2589, Amendment defeated, which would have opened the Highway Trust Fund to Mass Transit, November 19, 1973
522, Introduction, of Senator Byrd by Senator Randolph, Weirton, W.Va., Columbus Day Dinner, Weirtonian Lodge, Italian Sons & Daughters, October 8, 1973
523, Dedication, Elkins-Randolph County Airport “Jennings Randolph Field” Senator Ted Stevens, Article in Appendix, November 17, 1973
525, Press Release, two releases regarding coal mine steel roof bolts, cost of Living Council has two decisions in 11 days regarding bolts.
526, Press Release, The Energy Board, Congress and the Executive Branch Fuels and Energy, November 15, 1973
527, Statement, Amendment to Fuels and Energy by Senator Dole (Kansas), the Amendment by Dole is supported, December 4, 1973
528, Statements, Reprints and copies of material used by the Senator regarding Fuels and Energy and Environmental impact, 1970-1971
529, Statements, Congressional Record regarding Fuels and Energy, The Energy Crisis, November, 1973
530, Press Release, President Nixon’s energy measures are commendable, statement by Randolph, November 20, 1973
531, Statement, in the Senate by Senator Randolph regarding President Nixon on the Energy Crisis, November 26, 1973
532, Picture, Postmaster General Elmer t. Klassen and Senator Randolph requesting following day delivery of first class mail, November 26, 1973
533, Statement, Senator Randolph documents the Energy Crisis, The Senator’s record since 1959, Congressional Record, November 21, 1973
534, Speech, Founder’s Day Convocation, Salem College, Salem, W.Va., Senator had introduction of Speaker Mark O. Hatfield, December 2, 1973
534a, Religion, Speech by Senator Mark Hatfield, (Oregon) at Layman’s Leadership Institute, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., April 6, 1973
535, Editorials, regarding fuels and energy, Senator called the “Prophet,” December, 1973


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536, Award, to Senator from Veterans Commendation Award for his support of the Jobs for Veterans program, November, 1973
537, Statement, The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Grants, Handicapped, etc., November 30, 1973
538, Press Release, Statement before the Appropriations Committee on funding for Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Telegrams, November 30, 1973
539, Article, by Holmes Alexander “Plenty of Warning about fuel shortage,” Fuels and Energy, December 4, 1973
540, Hearings on S. 4092, Fuels and Energy Exchange of letters between the Senator and the President, December, 1973
541, Committee Print, Presidential Energy Statements and Report, Energy Research and Development, December, 1973
542, Statement, in the U.S. Senate and S. 1283, Energy Research policy keyed to the National Goal of Energy self-sufficiency, December 5, 1973
543, Elections, Senators, Votes and percent from the Congressional Record regarding 1972, 1970, 1968, November 20, 1973
544, Press Release, Jennings Randolph comments on National Energy research and inclusion of Otter Creek and Dolly Sods in Eastern Wilderness Areas, December 5, 1973
545, Article, for Government Executive Magazine regarding Energy Research keyed to self-sufficiency, December 6, 1973
546, Beeper, Interview (out of sight) on Third Anniversary of Program, talked to Al Sperber, Programs for the blind, December, 1973
547, Statement, on S. 2176, Energy demands, need program of energy conservation, November 30, 1973
548, Appendix, Article reprint from editorial, Wheeling Paper, “The Prophet,” placed in record by Honorable Robert H. Mollohan, December 7, 1973
549, Speech, United Mine Workers Convention, Pittsburgh, PA., December 10, 1973
550, Reprint, from Congressional Record regarding National Energy Research and Development Policy Act of 1973, December 7, 1973
551, Press Release, Appropriation Committee approved #5 million for W.Va. Rehabilitation Center at Institute, W.Va., Telegrams, December 11, 1973
552, Appendix, Public Works Committee Action on Auto Emission Controls, discussed in Business Week Magazine, Catalytic Converter, December 13, 1973
553, Dinner, Bob Jones Recognition Dinner Board of Trade News, Washington, D.C., Senator was a guest, October, 1973
554, Press Release, Naval Contract to Rubber Fabricators, Inc., Richwood, W.Va., Telegrams, December 17, 1973
555, Statement, regarding N.R. 11372, Emergency Highway Energy Conservation, December 14, 1973
556, Statement, First Airplane Flight 70 years ago, Wright Brothers, December 17, 1973
557, Press Release, Senator challenged Al Troutt regarding clearcutting and forest management practices, December 17, 1973
558, Press Release, Excess Profits Tax, Windfall profits can best be tied to Cost of Living Council Program, December 17, 1973
559, Interview, Capitol Hill News Service Louralyn Bellamy, December 17, 1973
560, White House Church Services with Reverend Billy Graham, December 16, 1973
561, Press Release, Defeat of Senate Amendment to Federal Energy Administration Act that would limit money available for investment in new and expanded coal mines, telegrams, December 19, 1973
561a, Press Release, coal production could be increased, Senator said at the House-Senate Conference on National Energy Emergency Act, December 20, 1973
562, Press Release, Senator Randolph says that old gas wells that have been plugged can be Reopened, December 7, 1973
563, Senate debate on Conference report on National Energy Emergency Act of 1973, Telegrams, December 21, 1973
564, Press Release, Final passage of mandatory 55 mile per hour speed limits, December 21, 1973
565, Press Release, Funds authorized for W.Va. to build waste treatment plants, passed by both House and Senate, December 21, 1973
566, Editorial & Forbes Magazine article Energy Crisis, also letter from the Senator, the Magazine, December, 1973
567, Article, To Construction Magazine to appear in the January issue for 1974 regarding Public Works Legislation, December, 1973
568, Religion, Senator the guest speaker at the Sunday Morning Breakfast, Spiritual Life Conference, December 27, 1973
569, Jack Anderson, his article in “Washington Merry-Go-Round” regarding Pork Barrel in Public Works, December, 1973
570, Press Release, Senator’s statement for the New Year, December 30, 1973
571, Appendix, regarding “Hilltop” editorial from the New York Times of December 1955 appropriate for Christmas, December 26, 1973
572, Appendix, Our American System is essentially sound, Art by Mario Rossi, “Welcome Voice,” December 26, 1973
573, Statement, Navy Destroyer powered with oil from coal is successful, Senator flew in airplane fueled with gasoline from coal 30 years ago, November 16, 1973
574, Letter, regarding AMTRAK service to Parkersburg, W.Va., December 17, 1973
574a, Hillbilly, Article regarding John W. Davis of Clarksburg, May 19, 1973
Programs – Miscellaneous – 1974
575, Press Release, Dr. Robert K. Modlin, Chief of Medicine at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, January 4, 1974
576, Press Release, Farmers Home Administration Loan to Claywood, West Virginia for Water Service, Telegram, January 3, 1974
577, Press Release, Fuel Savings from mandatory 55 mile an hour speed limit will lessen gasoline shortages, January 2, 1974
578, Telegram, Thanks to Frank Gaither for the copy of “Welcome South Brother” a compilation of WSB Radio and TV over the years, January 4, 1974
579, Press Release, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, Grant to Milton, West Virginia for swimming pool complex, Telegram, 7515
580, Eulogy, Death of Sutton Sharp, Editor, Parkersburg Sentinel, January 10, 1974
581, Press Release, OEO Grant to Eastern, West Virginia, Community Action, Inc., Telegram, #7516-22
582, Press Release, West Virginia to receive funds for Sewage Treatment Plants from EPA, Telegrams, 7523-45
583, Salem Herald, College Paper Memorial Gift from Mrs. Hazel Ruby of Morgantown, Memorial to late husband, George Ruby, January 3, 1974
584, Interview, U.S. News and World Report, January 15, 1974
585, The Quarter Horse Journal, “Meredith Manor,” School of Horsemanship, by Senator Randolph, January 1974
586, Press Release, Chester Bridge Replacement, Ohio River, January 15, 1974
587, National School Board Association, Washington D.C., “The Energy Crisis, It’s Impact on Education,” January 16, 1974
588, Speech, Associated Contractors of Ohio, Columbus, Ohio, The Energy Crisis, It’s Impact On Construction, January 17, 1974
589, Speech, Unveiling of Pearl Buck Portrait, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D. C., January 21, 1974
590, Statement, 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Stonewall Jackson, Press Release, Congressional Record, January 21, 1974
591, Letter to Nixon on release of funds for Sewage Treatment Facilities, Telegrams, January 18, 1974
592, Statement and Press Release, Senate Consideration of Water Resources Bill, Telegrams, #7621-22
593, Press Release, Pearl S. Buck Portrait and Interviews in U.S. News and World Report and Government Executive, Telegrams, January 21, 1974
594, Article, Government Executive Magazine, Re: Energy Research, etc., January 1974
596, Statement, U.S. Marine Center is excellent example of Blind Vending Program, Randolph –Shepherd Act, January 21, 1974
597, Press Release, Senator urged Governor Moore’s request for Disaster help to West Virginia to be expedited, January 22, 1974
598, Telegram, Secretary of HUD requesting Insurance protection for Logan Area, Telegrams, 7650-54
599, Press Release, EPA Grant to Bluefield, West Virginia, for water treatment works, Telegram, 7647-49
600, Press Release, Veterans Administration concerning medical school for Marshall University, January 23, 1974
601, Speech, Grocery Manufacturing of America, Inc., New York, New York, “Impact of Energy Crisis,” January 24, 1974
602, Tape, Remarks by Senator Randolph for WHIS-TV, March of Dimes Telerama, January 28, 1974
603, Speech, Mid-Winter Convention of Lions Club of 20KI, Cornona Queens, New York, January 24, 1974
604, Speech, Senate Prayer Breakfast, notes and materials used from the Spiritual Life Conference, at the Washington, D.C., Seventh Day Baptist Church, from 1973, January 23, 1974
605, Press Release, (1) Virginia Home in West Virginia, AT&T Modify Telephone for Hard of Hearing and (3) Lions Club speech in New York, January 24, 1974
606, Statement, Senator Randolph joins Byrd to sponsor Amendment to allow taxpayers to Claim disaster losses, January 23, 1974
607, Statement, Senator Robert C. Byrd revisits State Legislature where his career started, January 23, 1974


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609, Speech, Brookings Institute Seminar on Federal Health and Welfare Policy, Washington, D. C., Telegram, 7682-7704, January 28, 1974
610, Speech, Plumbing and Heating Wholesalers of New England, Newton, Mass., “The Energy Crisis is Real,” January 28, 1974
611, Press Release, Federal Energy Office advised the Senator that the Cost of Living Council has granted price increases for steel roof bolts, production could be increased, January 28, 1974
612, Speech, Business-Government Workshop on Energy, National Association of Manufacturing and Chamber of Commerce, January 30, 1974
613, Senator Randolph’s statement in the Senate with reports on the Public Works activities in 1973, January 28, 1974
614, Statement, Stewart e. McClure retires after 24 years of service, L & PW Committee, January 28, 1974
615, Speech, Travelers Aid Society Awards dinner honoring Dr. William J. Ronan, New York City, New York, January 30, 1974
616, Press Release, Federal Building, Elkins, W.Va. revised prospectus by House Public Works Committee, January 30, 1974
618, Press Release, Student Loan Program, Education Provisions Act to enable carry over of Funds for use in next fiscal year, January 30, 1974
619, Press Release, Senator’s statement on “The Watergate Affair,” January 31, 1974
620, Press Release, Senator’s comments on the President’s State of the Union message, January 31, 1974
621, Press Release, 5 W.Va. sites to be restored for Bicentennial celebration, Telegrams #7760-82, February 1, 1974
622, Appendix, “Point of View” by Roscoe Drummond, Columnist and in the Christian Science Monitor, January 22, 1974
623, Prayer Groups, Washington, D.C. from New York Times, January 30, 1974
624, Speech, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida “An Evening with Salem College,” February 2, 1974
625, Press Release, Grant for Watoga State Park Department of Natural Resources, Telegrams #7784-85, February 4, 1974
626, Speech, Senate Youth Group sponsored by William Randolph Hearst Foundation, Washington, D.C., February 5, 1974
627, Press Release, House-Senate Conference regarding Energy & Budget Request for Appalachian Regional Commission, Telegrams 7796-7819, February 4, 1974
628, Press Release, Budget request for funds fro the Huntington VA Hospital Telegrams 7842-43, February 5, 1974
629, Press Release, Jennings Randolph requests that the Energy Conferees ask William Simon to appear at the conference, February 5, 1974
630, Editorial, W.Va. Construction Magazine Editorial regarding Senator and his Energy record, January, 1974
631, Statement, Rules of the Committee on Public Works, Congressional Record, February 5, 1974
632, Speech, Introduction of Walter F. Mondale at AFL-CIO Dinner, Charleston, W.Va., February 6, 1974
633, Press Release, An Office of the Handicapped has been established within the Department of HEW, February 6, 1974
634, Press Release, Coal could ease the energy crisis, High-Sulphur Coal can be used in Power plants that convert from oil, they could install sulphur removal equipment, February 6, 1974
635, Press Release, Amtrak Routes for Southern W.Va., Telegram 7883-89, February 6, 1974
636, Prayer Breakfast, Remarks of Senator Carl T. Curtis before Senate Prayer Breakfast, 1974
637, Taped Greeting, to “The Cosmopolitan Cultural House” Weirton, W.Va. to Mike Sinicropi on the 20th Anniversary, February 17, 1974
638, Press Release, Senator Randolph is not in favor of the pay raises for Members of Congress, etc., February 7, 1974
639, Statement, Conference Report on S. 2589, Energy Crisis, Energy Supplies, February 7, 1974
640, Statement, in the Senate, regarding Truckers Strike, Article in the Star-News “The Truckers’ Revolt,” February 7, 1974
641, Press Release, Senator urges the Energy Emergency Legislation be approved and also urged imposition of gasoline rationing, February 7, 1974
642, Press Release, Telegram to William E. Simon, Admr. Federal Energy Office requesting full allocations of Aviation fuel, February 8, 1974
643, Dinner, honoring William J. Barody, Washington, D.C., February 7, 1974
644, Press Releasem, FHA Loan for Philippi Water System, February 11, 1974
645, Press Release, Senator asks for special office in Bureau of Mines to receive reports on shortages of coal mining supplies, Telegrams 7899 thru 7929, February 11, 1974
646, Press Release, Telegram to Admiral William E. Simon, Federal Energy Office requesting larger allocations of gasoline for W.Va., February 14, 1974
647, Awards Dinner, Touchdown Club, Washington, D.C. Program, January 19, 1974
648, Regarding, Death of Judge Sidney L. Christie, February 15, 1974
649, Press Release, Veterans Affairs Committee, Senator hopes for increase of benefits for veterans, February 17, 1974
650, Speech, Salem College Dinner, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, February 17, 1974
651, Press Release, Senator requests Secretary of Interior Morton to initiate a meeting regarding roof bolts with Commerce, Federal Energy Office and Cost of Living Council, February 16, 1974
652, Press Release, Grant to Jefferson County Board of Education to provide assistance for schools in federally affected areas, February 18, 1974
653, Press Release, Senator says he is hopeful that W.Va. will receive more gasoline, Telegram to William Simon, February 18, 1974
654, Statement, Washington’s Farewell Address, the signers of the Declaration of Independence, February 18, 1974
655, Press Release, Federal Energy Office stated that W.Va. would receive more gasoline during February, February 19, 1974
656, Press Release, Vote of 67-32 to accept the Conference Report on Energy Emergency Act, February 19, 1974
657, Statement, regarding President’s Economic Development Proposals, February 19, 1974
658, Statement, Senator Randolph co-sponsors Transportation Bill Highway and Mass Transit programs, February 21, 1974
659, Speech, “Participation Day,” Salem College, Meredith Manor, Parkersburg, W.Va., Ogden, W.Va., February 23, 1974
660, Speech, W.Va., Foundation of Independent Colleges and W.Va., Association of Private Colleges, White Sulphur Springs, February 23, 1974
661, Bio Material, Senator’s participation in Aviation legislation, material used for 25th Anniversary, February 21, 1974
662, Press Release, Senator and W.Va. Highway Commissioner William S. Ritchie reviews the state’s road building program and the impact of the energy crisis, February 21, 1974
663, Press Release, Jennings Randolph message to W.Va. Forest Management Practices Commission, Telegram #7972
664, Senator Randolph is a co-sponsor of S. 2422 regarding National Center for the prevention and control of Rape, February 21, 1974
665, Press Release, ARC Grant to Southern W.Va., Regional Health Council Telegrams 7973-76
666, Press Release, Roof Bolt meeting with Secretary Morton & Senator urging President to sign Water Resource Bill Telegrams #7977-8013, February 22, 1974
667, Press Release, regarding W.Va. Foundation of Independent Colleges at White Sulphur Springs and Speech at Meredith Manor, Odgen, W.Va., February 22, 1974
668, Speech, Joint Legislative Forum of Ten Engineering Groups, Washington, D.C. regarding The Energy Crisis, February 26, 1974
669, Hearings, Older Americans Hearing Senate Committee on Aging, Telegrams #8015-37, February 25, 1974
670, Radio Script, Station WWVA, Wheeling, “Old and in the Way” Aging, February 1974
671, Press Release, regarding speeches of Jennings Randolph, Business & Professional Women, Clarksburg Professional Engineers, Washington, D.C., February 26, 1974
672, Press Release, Requests a permit for the new bridge at Huntington, February 27, 1974
673, Speech, Business and Professional Women, Clarksburg, W.Va., February 26, 1974
674, Press Release, W.Va. and Ohio Highway officials should develop plans to expedite the Construction of the New Chester Bridge, February 27, 1974
675, Press Release, Telegram to President Nixon asking that he sign the Energy Emergency Act, Telegrams 8096-8100


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676, Statement, National Employ the Older Worker Week, Resolution 193 Congressional Record, February 27, 1974
677, Press Release, Veterans assistance for new medical schools, Marshall will be one of the Schools to participate, February 28, 1974
678, Press Release, Telegram to Simon regarding request for five hundred thousand gallons of Gasoline for 8 W.Va. counties, extra allocation, March 1, 1974
679, Statement, Handicapped Americans need placement in proper environment, Plight of Mentally Ill, February 28, 1974
680, Statement, Senator urges the President to sign the Emergency Energy Act, Telegram Sent to President Nixon, February 28, 1974
682, Press Release, Meeting with Postmaster General Klassen regarding post office building for Huntington, March 1, 1974
683, Article, for Workboat Magazine, Interview, stream bank erosion, March 1, 1974
684, Press Release, Environmental Protection Agency asked to expedite the application of Hurricane, March 1, 1974
685, Interview, Government Executive Magazine regarding The Civil Works Program, March 1, 1979
686, Beeper, 35th Birthday of WJLS, Beckley, Radio Station, March 4, 1974
687, Press Release, EPA Grant to Lewis County for Development of a 60 acre park at Jane Lew, Telegram, March 6, 1974
688, Statement, Senator will disapprove the salary increase for members of Congress, Judges and top officials, March 4, 1974
689, Statement, Joint Labor, Industry, Government Roof Bolt Meeting and Press Release, March 5, 1974
690, Statement, Senator supports S.2747, Fair Labor Standards Amendments, March 5, 1974
691, Appendix, Deafness and Blindness and programs stressed by Lions International, March 11, 1974
692, Press Release, Senator’s statement on Abortion, March 6, 1974
693, Press Release, Water and Land use plan for Charleston Metropolitan Area, Telegrams, March 6, 1974
694, Press Release, Senator’s statement on Senate failure to override veto of the President on Energy Emergency Act, Telegrams, March 6, 1974
695, Press Release, W.Va. allocation of gasoline for March, increase over February, March 7, 1974
696, Press Release, Presidential Nixon signed the New Water Resources Bill, March 7, 1974
698, Press Release, Senator asked that funds be released to finalize a survey study for a new VA Hospital at Martinsburg, W.Va., March 8, 1974
699, Press Release, Letter to Talmadge on Wilderness Areas AND Children and Youth Hearing on “Shoddy Charities,” Telegrams, March 11, 1974
700, Statement, Hearing, Public Works Committee regarding transportation system, March 12, 1974
701, Press Release, 15 day waiting period for flood insurance waived for Logan County by HUD, March 12, 1974
702, Press Release, Farmers Home Administration Loan approval for Berkeley County Water System Extension, March 12, 1974
703, Press Release, Bicentennial Community for Pt. Pleasant, Weirton, Hancock and Mineral Counties, Telegrams, March 12, 1974
704, Press Release, John W. Yago and Phillip T. Cummings of Public Works staff received promotions, March 13, 1974
705, Press Release, Education Funds for migratory children in Berkeley, Hampshire and Jefferson counties, March 12, 1974
706, Death of former Senator Everett Jordan, March 15, 1974
707, Press Release, Senator’s statement on Coal Miner Work Stoppage, Strike Telegrams, 8269-74
708, Press Release, Federally affected area school funds for 5 counties all in major disaster areas, March 15, 1974
709, Impeachment of Honorable Halstead L. Ritter, Congressional Record, January 14, 1936
710, Paragraphs from Huntington Herald Dispatch story regarding John D. Rockefeller, IV and the gift to W.Va. Wesleyan College and 3 other counties, March 13, 1974
711, Bio material, Senator Randolph and his history for handicapped, Randolph-Sheppard Act, etc., March 4, 1974
712, Speech, Lagune Hills, California Leisure World, The Energy Crisis and the Elderly, Problems and Progress, March 18, 1974
713, Speech, Pasadena, California, “An Evening with Salem College,” March 17, 1974
714, Statement, by Senator Randolph regarding Conference Report on S.2589, The Energy Crisis, February 7, 1974
715, Statement, Senator commends the President for signing Water Resources Legislation, copy of the Senator’s statement of February 21, 1974 in this folder regard The Conference Report on H.R. 10203
716, Picture, Senator and VFW Commander, Award Certificate of Appreciation, Parkersburg, W.Va., February 19, 1974
717, Press Release, EPA Sewage Treatment Plant Reimbursement Grants, 5 cities, Telegrams 8398-8400
718, Press Release, Say goodbye to Synthetic Fuels if surface mining is curtailed, Carl E. Bagge, stated, March 15, 1974
719, Press Release, Labor and Public Welfare Committee, reports, ESEA containing three Randolph provisions-telegrams, March 20, 1974
720, Appendix, Reverend Nevin Kendell article regarding “Providence and Government” Congressional Record, March 20, 1974
721, Press Release, ARC Grants to Matoaka and Matewan, water system improvements, Telegrams, March 21, 1974
722, Press Release, EDA Grant to Phillipi for water line extension to Industrial Park, Telegrams, March 21, 1974
723, Speech, N.U.S. Corporation, Reston, Virginia, “The Future of Coal from a Legislators View,” March 22, 1974
724, Press Release, Federal Building for Elkins, W.Va., GSA awarded contract, March 22, 1974
725, Speech, Kansas Highway Engineering Conference, Manhattan, Kansas, March 21, 1974
726, Speech, American Road Builders Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, Telegrams, March 25, 1974
727, Press Release, Small Business Administration, urged to expedite loan applications for small coal mine operators, March 22, 1974
728, Press Release, Senator urging W.Va., Flood Control projects be expedited, Channel cleaning needed, etc., Telegrams 8424-32, March 25, 1974
729, Speech, An evening with Salem College, Chicago, Illinois, Salem College Fifty Years of Service, March 25, 1974
730, Press Release, Response to Charles Osolin, Winston Salem Journal, on Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, New River (Blue Ridge Project), March 27, 1974
731, Appendix, Summer painting trips in West Virginia, Article by William Gerhold, Artist Teacher, March 21, 1974
732, Appendix, “Probation by the Arabs” Editor William Randolph Hearts mentioned Senator Randolph, talked about the energy problem in 1939, March 26, 1974
733, Religion, Faith Testimony of Jennings Randolph for the Book, “Politics and Religion Can Mix,” March, 1974
734, Speech, in the Senate, The Future of Coal from a Legislator’s Viewpoint, March 28, 1974
735, Press Release, Stand-by Energy Emergency Authority and Contingency Planning Act, Telegrams, March 28, 1974
736, Press Release, Telegrams to all College Presidents regard no needs test, Student Aid Bill, Telegram, March 28, 1974
737, Tribute, to U.S. Senator Alan Bible, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 16, 1974
738, Press Release, FHA Loan for Ona Water Association, Cabell County, Telegrams, March 29, 1974
739, Press Release, Veterans’ Affairs Committee hearings, “Honor Vietnam Veterans Day” Veterans education benefits should be increased, March 29, 1974
740, Northern W.Va. Committee on Drugs, Inc., Hancock-Brooke Drug Treatment Center, March 22, 1974
741, Speech, An evening with Salem College, Cleveland, Ohio at The Brown Derby, Boston Heights, Ohio, March 31, 1974
742, “Meet the Member” Broadcast over Radio Station WMAL, Washington, D.C., by Joseph McCaffrey, was used in 1973 but reprints came to us in March 1974
743, Salem College Board of Trustees names and addresses, March 27, 1974
744, Press Release, EDA Loan delay for Logan Water System Extension, Telegrams 8615-20, April 2, 1974
745, Press Release, Senator Randolph’s efforts for National study of New River Gorge Area, April 3, 1974
746, Statement, Hearing, subcommittee on Economic Development, April 3, 1974
747, Picture, Senator and National Commander of American Legion-Starts and Stripes magazine, April 4, 1974
748, Press Release, Huntington Post Office meeting with Klassen, Telegrams, April 3, 1974
750, Speech, American Hotel and Motel Association, Washington, D.C. “The Energy Crisis Remains,” April 4, 1974
751, Speech, Dedication for the Jennings Randolph Bridge, Harpers Ferry, W.Va., Telegram, April 6, 1974


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752, Press Release, R D Bailey Lake Project to be kept on schedule, April 3, 1974
753, Press Release, Hearings Scheduled May 9 regarding land acquisition for Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
754, Press Release, Tornado Damage, Public Works Committee to conduct on-site inspections, April 5, 1974
755, Press Release, EPA Planning Funds for sewage systems for three Marion County areas, April 5, 1974
756, Press Release, JR requested that West Virginia sections be included in disaster designation, April 8, 1974
757, Press Release, OEO Grant to Upshur County Community Action Council, Buckhannon, April 8, 1974
758, Press Release, JR requested investigation of Williamson Post Office, April 8, 1974
759, Press Release, ARC Grant, Doddridge County Park, April 9, 1974
760, Press Release, EPA urged to expedite West Virginia sewage and treatment system applications, April 9, 1974
761, West Virginia Tribute, Radio WGMS, April 10, 1974
762, Press Release, GSA Award to Warwood Tool Company, Wheeling, and Federally Affected Area Grant to Ohio County, April 10, 1974
763, Press Release, OEO Grant to Moorefield, April 10, 1974
764, Speech, American Personnel and Guidance Association, New Orleans, April 11, 1974
765, Press Release, Veterans Administration Plans to Award Contract for Air Conditioning at Huntington VA Hospital, April 11, 1974
766, Statement, Disaster Relief, S. 3062, April 10, 1974
767, Press Release, Department of Transportation giving consideration for Cincinnati route for Intercity Passenger Route, Amtrak, April 11, 1974
769, Report, Vending Stand Report for 1973, Randolph-Sheppard Act, January 1974
770, Press Release, FHA Loans to Gilbert and Rainelle for Water Systems Improvement, April 11, 1974
771, Press Release, GSA on renovation of Wheeling Federal Building and Ohio County Courthouse, April 15, 1974
772, Press Release, Senators Bentsen and Biden to appear in West Virginia, JR to introduce both, April 15, 1974
773, Interview with Bert Schorr for WSJ on “Energy Bottlenecks” Coal for Oil Conversion Plan, April 16, 1974
774, Press Release, Corps of Engineers, Ohio River Streambank Erosion, April 17, 1974
775, Speech, Bendix Corporation Plant Groundbreaking, White Sulphur Springs, April 19, 1974
776, Speech, Alderson-Broaddus College, Dedication of Nursing Education and Allied Health Sciences Building, Philippi, April 20, 1974
777, Speech, Pendleton County Nursing Home Groundbreaking, Franklin, April 19, 1974
778, Speech, An Evening with Salem College, Arlington, April 21, 1974
779, Picture, Harpers Ferry Bridge Dedicated, April 22, 1974
780, Statement, Dr. William J. Ronan’s Leadership in Transportation Elected Chairman of New York and New Jersey Port Authority, April 22, 1974
781, Statement, JR continues energy stabilization efforts, April 22, 1974
782, Speech, Allegheny Airlines Management Club, Washington, April 23, 1974
783, Interview, Laurilyn Bellamy regarding Amnesty, Gun Control and Campaign Finance Bill, April 16, 1974
784, Press Release, HUD Grant to KYOVA, Huntington, OEO Grants and College Works Study Grants, April 23, 1974
785, Picture, JR with RCB and West Virginia Delegates to National 4-H Conference, Washington, April 24, 1974
786, Press Release, National Commission on Water Quality to conduct special studies of Kanawha and Ohio rivers, April 24, 1974
787, Press Release, JR and Senator Joe Biden attended Berkeley County Young Democrats Meeting, April 27, 1974
788, Press Release, American Motor Corporation will open new plant in South Charleston, April 29, 1974
789, Speech, “Energy and Government,” Energy Conference, Williamsburg, VA, April 30, 1974
790, Charlie Brown Flying Service, Article, Inter-Mountain, April 23, 1974
791, Press Release, funds approved for completion of West Virginia Rehabilitation Center, Institute, May 1, 1974
792, Telegram, Congratulations to West Liberty Tennis Team, May 1, 1974
793, Award, Legislative Government Award to JR, Washington, May 1974
794, Speech, Breakfast, Appalachian Educational Laboratory, Congressional Breakfast, United States Capitol, May 1, 1974
795, Statement, JR believes no-fault insurance program will provide compensation to accident victims, May 1, 1974
796, Speech, Dedication of Pearl S. Buck Museum and Home, Hillsboro, May 4, 1974
797, Speech, International Luncheon, Annual President’s Committee on Employment of the Handicapped, May 3, 1974
798, Press Release, Senate passed Veterans Compensation measure, May 2, 1974
799, Statement, regarding passing of Miles Stanley, West Virginia President AFL-CIO, May 3, 1974
800, Speech, Salem College, 50th Anniversary Group, Colts Neck, NJ, May 5, 1974
801, Press Release, Program to find economical ways of controlling erosion on banks of Ohio River, May 6, 1974
802, Annual Dinner, White House Correspondents Association, May 4, 1974
803, Press Release, Greetings to West Virginia Society of Osteopathic Medicine, Annual Convention, Charleston, May 6, 1974
804, Press Release, Military Procurement Bill, Limit Military Aid to South Vietnam, May 6, 1974
805, Speech, All Sports Banquet, Davis and Elkins College, Elkins, May 7, 1974
806, Award, Highway Transportation Congress, Neil J. Curry Award, Washington, May 8, 1974
807, Press Release, Standby Energy Emergency Act, May 8, 1974
808, Statement, Safety Award, Kaiser Aluminum, Ravenswood, May 8, 1974
809, Press Release, JR testimony on Harpers Ferry expansion, May 9, 1974


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814, Speech, National Electric Sign Association, Washington, D.C., “The Signs of the Times,” May 13, 1974
815, Addresses of Honorary Life Members of the Transportation Association of America, May 1974
816, Speech, Chamber of Commerce of Marion County. Fairmont State College, “Keep the Action Going,” May 14, 1974
817, Speech, dedication of new wing, Davis Memorial Hospital, Elkins, May 14, 1974
818, Tape, greeting to be read at Davis and Elkins College regarding leadership of Gordon E. Hermanson, May 14, 1974
819, Statement, United States Senate, regarding Energy Supply and Environmental Coordination Act, May 14, 1974
820, Introduction, Senator Berntsen, at the Democratic dinner, Bethany College, Bethany, May 13, 1974
821, Press Release, grant to Davis & Elkins College and EPA reimbursement to Weston, May 14, 1974
822, Press Release, Senate passes G. I. Bill extension, May 13, 1974
823, Press Release, Columbia Gas System, Inc. and Exxon Corp. to have early development of low sulphur coal in West Virginia, May 15, 1974
824, Baccalaureate Address, Salem College, by Edward L.R. Elson, Chaplain, United States Senate, May 12, 1974
825, Speech, “We Must Act,” West Virginia State College commencement, Institute, May 18, 1974
826, Press Release, Senate passed the Education Amendments Bill of 1974, May 20, 1974
827, Press Release, Senate passed education bill to increase educational aid to handicapped children, May 20, 1974
828, Interview, Jack Skinner, Editor of Horizons Magazine with JR, regarding energy, etc., May 21, 1974
829, Speech, commemorative dinner by Public Works Committee for John Blatnik, May 21, 1974
830, Press Release, Headstart grant to Monroe County Board of Education. May 15, 1974
831, Press Release, JR participated in White House signing ceremony for Disaster Relief Act, May 22, 1974
832, Article by JR in the Sabbath Recorder, regarding Mabel West, May 1974
833, Press Release, regarding transportation of handicapped individuals, May 23, 1974
834, Press Release, Farmers Home Administration grants for water systems in four counties, May 23, 1974
835, Speech, Public Works Hearings, regarding transportation, San Francisco and Los Angeles, California, May 25, 1974
836, Program, Son and Daughter Banquet, West Virginia Society of District of Columbia, June 7, 1974
837, Press Release, FHA Water Grant to Petersburg, extension of water and sewage facilities, May 28, 1974
838, Press Release, Senate passage of Harpers Ferry Bill to expand boundaries at Harpers Ferry National Historical Park and to provide shuttle system, May 29, 1974
839, Press Release, three Releases: Harpers Ferry Senate passage – ARC, for Children’s Mental Health Programs and Headstart Grants, May 29, 1974
840, Introduction, Senator Mark O. Hatfield, Weirtonian Lodge, Italian Sons and Daughters, Weirton, June 1, 1974
841, Article, Newsweek, regarding Profit Improvement Program “PIP” Ford Motor Company, cost cutting tax, June 10, 1974
842, Mrs. Rose Martin, of Elkins will have charge of the State Office, Elkins, May 30, 1974
843, Press Release, JR cosponsor of legislation to make 55 miles per hour speed limit permanent, May 30, 1974
844, Press Release, funds requested by JR for Rehabilitation Center at Dunbar, March 21, 1974
845, Press Release, Senate – House conferees reached final agreement on legislation to facilitate use of coal in electric generating plants, May 30, 1974
846, Memo, Ann Garrabrant to JR regarding Water Resources Survey Resolutions Procedure, April 26, 1974
847, Speech, dedication of Koupal Towers, Clarksburg, and Press Release on Clay Battelle commencement, June 2, 1974
848, Press Release, Senate Passage of Wilderness Bill and JR introduction of Solid Waste Utilization Act of 1974, May 31, 1974
849, Speech, JR introduced Senator Barry Goldwater, University of Hard Knocks, Charleston, June 3, 1974
850, Press Release, amendment to the Military Authorization Bill which bans the use of dogs for the purpose of research, June 4, 1974
851, Health Biography, JR, May 1974
852, Press Release, Health Award to JR, West Virginia Public Health Association 50th anniversary, celebration speech by JR, Wheeling, June 5, 1974
853, Statement, JR advocates reconciliation of Environmental and Energy policies, May 14, 1974
854, Interview, JR by Associated Press, regarding vote on Blue Ridge Project, June 6, 1974
855, Speech, Greenbrier Valley Hospital Dedication, Fairlea, June 8, 1974
856, Speech, District of Columbia Bankers Association Convention. Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia, June 8, 1974
857, Strawberry Festival, Buckhannon, June 1, 1974
858, Appendix, Grit newspaper editorial, “Keep pressure on Energy Search,” June 20, 1974
859, Speech, commencement, Clay Battelle High School, Blacksville, June 2, 1974
860, Article, Sports: A Healthy Influence, by Bob Oates, Los Angeles Times, May 26, 1974
861, Statement, regarding Conference Report on H.R. 14368, Energy and Environmental Coordination Act of 1974, June 12, 1974
862, Biographical material for JR, covers all activities, June 1974
863, Unofficial General Election Candidates for General Election, November 5, 1974 (June 1974)
864, The Journey of Lyndon Johnson, Friends of the LBJ Library, Washington, May 28, 1974
865, Portrait Unveiling of Honorable John A. Blatnik Kennedy Center, Washington, June 10, 1974
866, Statement, Panel on Materials Policy, Public Works Committee, “Need for a National Materials Policy,” June 11, 1974
867, Speech, “Transportation for a Changing America,” Construction Conference, Gomaco Corporation, Ida Grove, Iowa, June 11, 1974
868, Press Release, JR says impounded highway funds may be released, June 11, 1974
869, Press Release, JR pleased by Veterans Administration, approval of Marshall University application to establish a new medical school, June 12, 1974
870, Press Release, JR comments on Bill Loy appointment as federal judge by Governor Moore, June 12, 1974
871, Press Release, CBS Interview with JR regarding passage of Disaster Relief Act Amendments of 1974, June 12, 1974
872, Press Release, grant approval from EDA to Region 8 Planning and Development Council, Petersburg, June 13, 1974
873, FBI studies problems at Vandalia Terrace Housing Project, Charleston, June 2, 1974
874, Speech, TRIOP Inauguration, Charleston, June 13, 1974
874A, Picture, JR with group of Senior Citizens Aging, Charleston, 1974
875, Speech, West Virginia Democratic Youth Conference, Alderson-Broaddus College, Philippi, June 16, 1974


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876, Press Releases, Arthurdale Homestead/Wagner-O’Day Amendments/College Work Study, June 14, 1974
877, Speech, 40th anniversary of the Arthurdale Homestead Project/New Deal, June 16, 1974
878, Beeper, congratulations to WRGT-FM radio, May 15, 1974
879, Speech, Prayer Breakfast, June 19, 1974
880, Press Release, Vietnam veterans to pursue education, May 22, 1974
881, Press Release, Senate passage of Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, June 19, 1974
882, Statement, Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1973, June 21, 1974
883, Speech ECO America Program, luncheon, June 20, 1974
884, Speech, public transportation in America’s future, Institute for Rapid Transit, Los Angeles, June 21, 1974
885, Statement, Randolph-Sheppard Act amendments, Blind Vendor Program, June 20, 1974
886, Press Release, Morgantown keys up for energy dialogue, Committee for the Future, June 5, 1974
887, Speech, Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) State Convention, Weirton, award to JR, June 22, 1974
888, Speech, “The Environment and Common Sense,” Grafton Jaycees Fifth Annual Tygart Lake Cleanup Campaign, June 23, 1974
889, Speech, Institute for Rapid Transportation, Los Angeles, June 21, 1974
890, Press Release, ARC Grant Approval for Water System Improvements in Town of Parsons, June 24, 1974
891, Press Release FEA, John C. Sawhill to North Bend State Park, attending AP Broadcasters Convention, June 29, 1974
892, Speech, National Society for Autistic Children, Subcommittee on Handicapped, June 26, 1974
893, Press Release, EDA Extension, President signs Coal Conversion Act/JR receives award from National Society for Autistic Children, June 26, 1974
894, Bill by Senator Joseph Montoya regarding Youth Participation Act, June 4, 1974
895, Luncheon, National YMCA Youth Governors Luncheon, June 26, 1974
896, Speech, American Library Association, JR receives Francis Joseph Campbell Award, service to the blind, July 10, 1974
897, Press Release, West Virginian Heads Office for Handicapped, Dr. Wallace K. Babington, Capon Bridge, June 27, 1974
898, Speech, Hearings on Rehabilitation, Legislation for the Handicapped, June 27, 1974
899, Press Release, EPA Grant for Sewage Collection System, Wellsburg/West Virginia Telegrams/Grant for Water System, Athens, June 27, 1974
900, House-Senate Conference Committee Acceptance of Funds for Education of Handicapped, Telegrams, June 27, 1974
901, Press Release, Labor Department Contract for Continued Operation of the Charleston Job Corps Center, June 28, 1974
902, Press Release, ARC Grant for Water System, Manown and Howesville Areas near Kingwood, July 1, 1974
903, Press Release, ARC Approved Grant for Vocational Education Portion of New Consolidation, Webster County High School, July 1, 1974
904, Jim Harris Retires, June 29, 1974
905, Press Release, EPA Approves Three Grants, Shepherdstown, Ronceverte and West Virginia Board of Education for Berkeley and Hancock, July 1, 1974
906, Press Release, JR Urged Governors to Enforce 55 MPH Speed Limit, July 3, 1974
907, Press Release, GSA Contract to Westinghouse, Fairmont/3 EPA Grants, West Virginia Surface Mining Association, City of Nitro, State of West Virginia, July 2, 1974
908, Television, JR and Senator Mike Gravel regarding problems of Alaska, July 9, 1974
909, Award of Merit, American Consulting Engineers Council, June 26, 1974
910, HEW Grants for five West Virginia projects, Department of Agriculture Service Center, Beckley and Ripley, July 8, 1974
911, Hearings on Solid Waste Management – Resource Recovery Problems and Panel on Materials Policy, July 9, 1974
912, Press Release, Highland Scenic Highway, July 10, 1974
913, Speech, “Solid Wastes: An Untapped Resource,” United States Chamber of Commerce, July 18, 1974
914, Press Release, New Releases for West Virginia Projects, Telegrams, July 15, 1974
915, Press Release, JR Letter to Qualls, EPA, Utility Coal Conversion, July 18, 1974
916, Speech, Izaak Walton League, Huntington, Award to JR, July 19, 1974
917, Speech, Dedication of Greenbrier Valley Airport Traffic Control Tower, Lewisburg, July 20, 1974
918, CBS News, “Retrospective Resources for Freedom,” transcript, Peter Poor, producer, July 14, 1974
919, Luncheon, National Youth Science Camp (photos), July 11, 1974


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920, Telegram, greetings from JR, West Virginia Pharmaceutical Association, White Sulphur Springs, July 19, 1974
921, Press Release, multiflora rose problem, July 22, 1974
922, Speech, United States Senate, regarding equal opportunity for handicapped, July 18, 1974
923, World Affairs Institute, Morgantown, May 24, 1974
924, Press Release, grant to Children’s Family Services for employment of low income workers (Senior Aides), July 23, 1974
925, Senate Concurrent Resolution passed 88-5 (Domestic Summit to develop plan of action to restore American economy), July 19, 1974
926, Press Release, conferees reach agreement on education bill, July 22, 1974
927, Press Release, committee approval of EDA extension, July 23, 1974
928, Press Release, increase for public transportation in rural areas, July 23, 1974
929, Press Release, New River Gorge National Park, funds for recreation study by National Park Service, July 23, 1974
930, Press Release, West Virginia rural areas aided in highway action, July 23, 1974
931, Press Release, statement to Danny West on Supreme Court decision to release evidence for special prosecutor, July 24, 1974
932, Speech, “Wise Water Resource Development Strengthens America,” Flood Plain Management Conference, Washington, July 25, 1974
933, Memorial Service for Oregon Senator Wayne Morse, Washington Cathedral, Washington, July 13, 1974
934, Press Release, Wheeling Federal Building to be renovated and redesigned, June 30, 1974
935, Press Release, amendment to modify rigid recertification requirements for licensed physicians and dentists, July 30, 1974
936, Press Release, telegram to Professor Robert L. Hunt, regarding FAA regulations on air transportation of handicapped, July 29, 1974
937, Press Release, JR urged Secretary of the Interior Rogers C. B. Morton to consider establishment of regional office of Mining Enforcement Safety Administration, July 30, 1974
938, Press Release, Huntington Post Office in final stage for selection of architectural and engineering firm, July 17, 1974
939, Press Release, highway bill approved by Senate committee, July 31, 1974
940, Press Release, impeachment statement for UPI, July 31, 1974
941, Speech, John W. Davis nominated for president 50 years ago, luncheon commemorates event, Clarksburg, August 12, 1974
942, Speech, Watermelon Day – Homecoming, Independence, WV, August 4, 1974
943, Speech, American Council of the Blind General Convention, Chicago, August 2, 1974
944, Press Release, letter from John R. Quarles, regarding energy supply and Environmental Protection Agency, August 5, 1974
945, Press Release, Jennings Randolph comment on Nixon’s Watergate statement of August 5, 1974, August 6, 1974
946, Press Release, Senate Panel approves highway measure, 55 MPH, August 1, 1974
947, Press Release, escalating fuel prices and interest rates – energy self-sufficiency setback, August 7, 1974
948, Press Release, telegram to Eldora Nuzem from staff following fire at Inter-Mountain, August 7, 1974
949, Clippings, Chuck Yeager honored at luncheon, July 30, 1974
950, Photo Release, Jennings Randolph with Dr. E. Clifton Hyre, JR support of optometric legislation (no photo), June 26, 1974
951, Press Release, Senate approval of Jennings Randolph AMTRAK amendment for Department of Transportation study of surface transportation, August 8, 1974
952, Press Release, statement of Jennings Randolph on resignation of President Richard Nixon, August 8, 1974
953, Press Release, statement on appointment of Gerald R. Ford as president, August 9, 1974
954, Press Release, Federal Aviation Administration approval of Benedum Airport Master Plan grant is imminent, August 9, 1974
955, Speech, Job’s Temple Homecoming, Glenville, August 11, 1974
956, Speech, Dedication of Camden-on-Gauley Medical Center, August 4, 1974
957, Boot Straps, Salem College, Spring-Summer 1974
958, Press Release, Economic Development Administration bill signed into law, extending EDA for two years, August 12, 1974
959, Speech, Seventh Day Baptist General Conference, Salem, August 11, 1974; Speeches, US Senate Prayer Breakfast, Clifford P. Hansen, July 10, 1974, James B. Allen, July 17, 1974
960, Photocopy of letter from Thomas A. Edison stating he would never employ cigarette smokers, August 1974
961, Newspapers, resignation of President Richard M. Nixon, August 9, 1974
962, Press Release, House and Senate Conferees, agreed on new GI Bill, Vietnam Era Veterans, August 13, 1974
963, Speech, Seventh Day Baptist youth meeting, Salem, August 14, 1974
964, Press Release, statement by Jennings Randolph on President Gerald R. Ford’s address to Congress, August 12, 1974
965, Article, McNaught’s Monthly, Clem Shaver, Our New Colonel House, September 1924
966, Press Release, House Committee approval of Harpers Ferry Historical Park expansion, August 14, 1974
967, Speech, Excerpts from remarks on Federal Energy Reorganization in US Senate, August 15, 1974
968, Speech, equal rights for handicapped citizens, Columbus, Ohio, August 15, 1974
969, Press Release, Labor and Public Welfare Committee, reported bill to extend 1973 Rehabilitation Act for two years, August 15, 1974
970, Press Release, Senate acceptance of Jennings Randolph amendment regarding consolidation of Federal agencies which regulate energy activities and Columbus Speech Release, August 15, 1974
971, USO Shows Committee Luncheon, Vandenburg Room, Capitol, August 16, 1974


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972, Press Release, to establish a Council on Wage and Price Stability, August 19, 1974
973, Reprint from Congressional Record, regarding President Gerald R. Ford and editorial from Charleston Gazette, August 15, 1974
974, Statement by Jennings Randolph regarding selection of Nelson Rockefeller as vice president, August 20, 1974
975, Press Release, Jennings Randolph to attend signing of education bill, White House, August 20, 1974
976, Press Release, Federal Aviation Authority informed Jennings Randolph they would plan installation of MAIS at Elkins Airport, August 21, 1974
977, Press Release, agreement to extend economic development, August 1974
978, Speech, West Virginia Labor Federation, Charleston, speech by Senator Thomas J. McIntyre, introduction by Jennings Randolph, August 23, 1974
979, Press Release, Pension Reform Act of 1974, White House signing of bill (photo included), August 22, 1974
980, Press Release, Jennings Randolph and Nelson Rockefeller discuss economy in recent months, August 23, 1974
981, Press Release, Jennings Randolph with John C. Sawhill to discuss coal chemistry and technology, JR urged Federal Energy Administration to consider West Virginia for location of National Coal Research Center, August 23, 1974
982, Speech, “Highways Are Basic to America’s Transportation,” American Road Builders Association, White Sulphur Springs, August 24, 1974 (photo included)
983, Speech, American Federation of Government Employees, Boston, August 26, 1974
984, Telegram to Harry Hamm, Pipestem, West Virginia Press Association meeting, August 28, 1974
985, Jennings Randolph comments on President Gerald R. Ford’s press conference, August 28, 1974
986, Article, Blind Vendors Losing Jobs, article by Marjorie Boyd, August 1974
987, Article, “Wear the Flag Inside,” by Mary McGrory, August 11, 1974
988, Letter, Earl Bird’s 91st birthday, Pickens, September 4, 1974
989, Telegram, Congratulations to Mary Derry, Miss West Virginia, Parkersburg, August 29, 1974
990, Speech, Democratic Conference, extract from confidential minutes, Washington, September 5, 1974
991, Press Release, JR announces review of construction economy, September 4, 1974
992, Speech, remarks by Phil McGance, Chamber of Commerce of West Virginia, White Sulphur Springs, August 30, 1974
993, Article, “Few Certified Flags on Capitol,” by Danny West, August 26, 1974
994, Press Release, JR confers with Mansfield on economy, September 4, 1974
995, Press Release, DSA contract to Armstrong Products, Huntington, September 4, 1974
996, Statement, amendment to protect petrochemical industry, cargo preference bill, September 5, 1974
997, Press Release, JR critical of National Academy of Science report regarding sulfur oxides as relate to coal burning, September 6, 1974
998, Press Release, comment on President Ford’s pardon of Richard Nixon, September 9, 1974
999, Article, “Recycle a Human Being,” by Ken Reuter, September 1974
1000, Telegram to John Sawhill, administrator, Federal Energy Administration, regarding Project Independence – coal, September 9, 1974
1001, Senator Mark O. Hatfield speech at Senate Prayer Breakfast, August 21, 1974
1002, Press Release, JR urges Postmaster General Elmer T. Klassen to expedite selection of site for new Huntington post office, September 9, 1974
1003, Press Release, JR urged President Ford to proclaim October 8 as World Lions Service Day, September 10, 1974
1004, Press Release, bill introduced to establish New River Gorge Nationa Park, September 10, 1974
1005, Senate passes rehabilitation legislation, to extend for two years, September 10, 1974
1006, Press Release, JR visited with elderly and attended 91st birthday celebration for Earl Bird, September 3, 1974
1007, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Commission Grants for Marshall University Medical School, September 11, 1974
1008, Press Release, Senate passed Federal Aid Highway Amendments to adopt 55 mile per hour speed limit, September 11, 1974
1009, Press Release, Clean Water Program, EPA delay on funding, September 11, 1974
1010, Press Release, Public Lands Highway Funds released for paving segment of Highland Scenic Highway, September 11, 1974
1011, Press Release, President Ford invited JR to attend Conference on Inflation, September 12, 1974
1012, Speech, Introduction of Senator Lloyd Bentsen, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Charleston, September 14, 1974
1013, Speech, Tug Valley Chamber of Commerce, Williamson, September 14, 1974
1014, Senior Citizen Reminiscence, Hedgesville 120th Anniversary, September 15, 1974
1015, Press Release, JR to attend working session at White House on budget cutting, September 17, 1974
1016, Speech, D. C. Lions Eye Bank Awards, Washington, September 21, 1974
1017, Statement, full committee meeting on Developmental Disabilities, September 18, 1974
1018, Statement, Transportation Conference, Public Works Committee, Los Angeles, September 19, 1974
1019, Press Release, Statement, on Federal pay raises, September 19, 1974
1020, Article, Washington Star News, regarding pardon of Richard Nixon by President Ford, September 18, 1974
1021, Article, Sunday Magazine, “Learning How to Handle Horses,” Meredith Manor, Parkersburg, September 8, 1974
1022, Article/Column, “The Crime and Punishment of Richard Nixon,” September 23, 1974
1023, Speech, “Cooperative Effort Needed in Solving Solid Waste Problems,” Single Service Institute, Washington, West Virginia, September 23, 1974
1024, Press Release, Richwood Water System, EDA agrees to disburse funds, October 9, 1974
1025, Press Release, JR meets with three West Virginia economists, September 24, 1974
1026, Press Release, Conference on Inflation, Washington, September 27, 1974
1027, Press Release, JR supports Nelson Rockefeller for Vice President, September 25, 1974
1028, Article, American Road Builder Magazine, September-October 1974
1029, Press Release, bids for new St. Mary bridge across Ohio River, September 30, 1974
1030, Press Release, President Ford urged to issue presidential proclamation to initiate “Energy Conservation Crusade,” September 30, 1974
1031, Press Release, Bicentennial designation of Richwood, Marmet, Logan, Buckhannon, October 16, 1974
1032, Speech, Groundbreaking Ceremony, Grant County Airport Industrial Park, Petersburg, September 28, 1974
1033, Picture and Article, regarding support of President Ford, September 30, 1974
1034, Press Release, EPA grant for Ravenswood Sewage System, October 1, 1974
Medicare, 1974, Article by John Brown
1035, Hardy County Heritage Weekend, Moorefield, September 29, 1974
1036, Press Release, statement for John Brown regarding Larry O’Brien’s book “No Final Victories,” and copy of letter to Ted Sorensen, 1966, regarding Senate vote on Medicare amendment, October 1, 1974
1037, Introduction of Senator Alan Bible, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, September 30, 1974
1038, Statement, Developmental Disabilities, October 1, 1974
1039, Reprint, National Technical Institute for the Deaf to be dedicated in Rochester, October 5, September 30, 1974
1040, Reprint, from Congressional Record, regarding JR statement on Developmental Disabilities Program, October 1, 1974
1041, Press Release, FAA Grant for Logan County Airport Authority, October 1, 1974
1042, Press Release, VA plans improvement of clinical facilities at Huntington Veterans Administration (VA) Hospital, October 2, 1974
1043, Press Release, JR acts in arthritis fight, October 4, 1974
1044, Statement, President Ford to outline economic program, JR stresses need for action, October 7, 1974
1045, Telegram, regarding energy, Project Independence, Philadelphia, October 3, 1974
1046, Press Release, JR requested Federal Highway Administration to have meeting to resolve problems delaying construction of US 340 near Harpers Ferry, October 3, 1974
1047, Press Release, House-Senate Conference on GI Benefits for Education and Multiflora Rose Program, October 3, 1974
1048, Award, JR honored by American Road Builders Association, Washington, September 19, 1974
1049, Speech, Democratic Meeting, Berkeley Springs, October 5, 1974
1050, Mining Show, Las Vegas (JR did not attend)
1051, Press Release, Senate passed Veterans Pension Bill, October 7, 1974
1052, Press Release, EPA Grant for Parkersburg Sewage Project, October 8, 1974
1053, Press Release, approve of bill to expand Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, October 8, 1974
1054, Press Release, JR statement on presidential message to Congress on inflation, October 8, 1974
1055, Interview by Danny West, regarding salary increases, etc., October 9, 1974


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1056, Interview by Wright Patman, regarding New Deal, October 9, 1974
1057, Speech, Statement by JR regarding energy conservation initiatives, October 10, 1974
1058, Press Release, JR sponsors Proxmire Amendment to Housing Bill and Senate passage of Rehabilitation Act, October 10, 1974
1059, Press Release, Senate-House Conference Report on Vietnam Era Veterans, Readjustment Assistance Act, October 10, 1974
1060, Press Release, FHA Grant to Matoaka for water system, October 10, 1974
1061, Press Release, JR urged President Ford to join crusade for slower driving, October 10, 1974
1062, Speech, Hepzibah Public Service Water District, Bridgeport, October 11, 1974
1063, Speech, “Agenda for the Future,” Salem College Board Dinner, Salem, October 11, 1974
1064, Speech, West Virginia Federation of Democratic Women, Huntington, October 12, 1974
1065, Speech, Government Relations Committee, Glass Container Manufacturing Institute, White Sulphur Springs, October 14, 1974
1066, Statement, bill to establish procedures for construction and operation of offshore locations, October 9, 1974
1067, Press Release, Bridgeport and Huntington trip, economy and Democratic women, October 11, 1974
1068, Press Release, meeting regarding US 340, Harpers Ferry, October 11, 1974
1069, Statement, regarding Rockefeller gift of Steuben Glassware, Connie Chung, CBS News
1070, Press Release, JR appeals to President Ford to sign education bill for Vietnam Era Veterans, October 15, 1974
1071, Press Release, Senator could not attend the openings of four sections of Interstate and Appalachian Highways in West Virginia, October 16, 1974
1072, Senator Harold Hughes, Speaker Democratic meeting, Elkins, W.Va., October 18, 1974
1073, Magazine Article, The Sabbath Recorder also Seventh Day Baptist Church meeting, Washington, D.C. , October 16, 1974
1074, Press Release, Senator believes the explanation of the President regarding his pardon of Nixon will satisfy the demands of the citizens, October 17, 1974
1075, Press Release, Grant for Greenbrier College of Osteopathic Medicine by ARC, September 26, 1974
1076, Democratic Rally at Race Track also Democratic Rallies in W.Va. attended by Senator Randolph, October 17, 1974
1077, Statement, Reprint from Congressional Record, Senator Randolph continues efforts fro Air Transportation for the Handicapped, October 17, 1974
1078, Press Release, Danny West requested statement from J.R. regarding House Passage of Rehabilitation Bill, including Randolph-Sheppard Act Amendments, October 16, 1974
1079, Major Accomplishments of the 93rd Congress, Committee on Public Works, Handicapped and Veterans Affairs, October 17, 1974
1080, Press Release, Telegram to President Ford to urge him to sign the Rehabilitation Act Amendments, October 22, 1974
1081, Press Release, Senator has urged approval of money from the Urban Mass Transportation Administration to the City of Fairmont for buses and Bus Garage, October 22, 1974
1082, Speech, Elkins Business and Professional Women’s Club, Elkins, W.Va., October 23, 1974
1083, Speech, Democratic meeting or Rally, Philippi, W.Va., October 23, 1974
1084, Press Release, West Virginia Wesleyan College, Pearl S. Buck manuscripts, October 22, 1974
1085, Message to delegates of Keep Europe Beautiful, International Conference, October 29, 1974
1086, Abortion Laws, “Right to Life” Beethoven Story told, October 23, 1974
1087, Press Release, Federal Power Commission has granted emergency relief in a gas curtailment case to the Standard Steel Company, October 24, 1974
1088, Press Release, Senator protested the funds allotted to W.Va. under the recently approved Mortgage Credit Bill, October 25, 1974
1089, Press Release, Letter to Labor Secretary, urging assistance for employees of Clarksburg & Parkersburg because of plants closing, October 25, 1974
1090, Said campaign funds given to Jennings Randolph and he is not running this year, Release was in error, October 22, 1974
1091, Press Release, Senator makes a further appeal to President Ford to sign the Rehabilitation of the Handicapped and Blind vendor legislation, October 28, 1974
1091, Speech, Independent Petroleum Association of America, Dallas, Texas, October 29, 1974
1092, Press Release, Amtrak to have experimental route from D.C. to Denver, Colorado passing through W.Va., October 28, 1974
1093, Press Release, Senator’s statement on the President’s veto of the Rehabilitation Act Amendments, October 29, 1974
1094, Article, Woodland Ecology: Environmental Forestry for Small Owners, October 30, 1974
1095, Press Release, From Office of Economic Opportunity, grants for W.Va. Cities, November 1, 1974
1096, Article, in the Forbes Magazine, regarding Immune, Cancer-proof, etc., October 15, 1974
1097, Press Release, Senator challenged actions of Tennessee Valley Authority in negotiating Purchase of coal from Weston Coal companies, November 1, 1974
1098, Press Release, Farmers Home Administration Grants and Loans for Water Systems, Chester, Salt Rock, Gilbert, November 4, 1974
1099, Speech, “Air Transport to meet the needs of People,” White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. Association of local Transport Airlines Fall Meeting, November 7, 1974
1100, Record Reprint, Energy Conservation needed now to burb ruinous inflation from Congressional Record, October 8, 1944
1101, Statement, President Ford to outline Economic Program, reprint from Congressional Record, October 7, 1974
1102, Reference Material, regarding Mothers Day, Old Speech, “Molders of Men,” by Senator Randolph, reprint from Congressional Record of May 11, 1933
1103, Press Release, Senator believes President’s Economic Program insufficient to cope with Inflation, November 7, 1974
1104, Statement, Senator believes gasoline tax would be ineffective and inequitable, Senator remarks, October 4, 1974
1105, Speech, Academy of Dentistry fro the Handicapped annual convention, Washington, D.C., “Our commitment to the Handicapped,” October 7, 1974
1106, Mercer County Bicentennial Activities and Celebration, November 7, 1974
1107, Press Release, Handicapped Subcommittee moves offices to Old Senate Building, November 8, 1974
1108, Telegram, Senator regrets he will be unable to schedule a date for tour of Monongahela National Forest, November 7, 1974
1109, Press Release, Sugar Price Increase Telegrams, November 8, 1974
1110, Press Release, Senator requested investigation of Labor Department’s denial of petition for adjustment assistance filed by workers, November 8, 1974
1111, Press Release, 25th Anniversary of WSAZ-TV, Greetings from Senator Randolph, November 11, 1974
1112, Groundbreaking, City of New Orleans Resource Recovery and Disposal Facility, November 26, 1974
1113, Press Release, Coal Negotiations, Senator conferred with William J. Usery, Jr., Director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, November 13, 1974
1114, Press Release, Senator urges the President to establish office to expedite projects associated with economic crisis, Telegrams
1115, Magazine Article, V.F. W. Magazine, First Continental Congress, September, 1974
1116, Press Release, Unemployment assistance for communities affected by plant closures or layoffs, November 18, 1974
1117, “Thoughts and Reflections of West Virginian’s” to be used by Martha Jane Becker, October 14, 1974
1118, Speech, Miami, Florida, “Americans Must Turn the Country Around” now, November 20, 1974
1119, Jennings Randolph, Senator requests study on impact of Drug Abuse in occupational safety also press on Miami Speech, November 19, 1974
1120, Press Release, Bicentennial Designations Durbin, Jackson County, Ravenswood, Ripley, South Charleston, Wheeling-Ohio County, November 20, 1974
1121, Press Release, Senate override of Rehab Act Amendments, Veto by President Ford, November 21, 1974
1122, Press Release, Congressional Action to approve a new Rehabilitation Bill, Presidents veto was overrode by a vote of 398-7, November 26, 1974
1123, Statement, International Conference considers Environmental Problems “Keep America Beautiful” Reprints for Congressional Record, November 18, 1974
1123a, the Sabbath Recorder Art by Seventh Day Baptist by Senator Randolph, July, 1974
1124, Interview, TV Interview on Solid Waste for Congressional Quarterly, November 13, 1974
1125, White House Ceremony, Bill signing Mass Transit bill, November 25, 1974
1126, Speech, Hardy County Recreation Center for the Elderly, Moorefield, November 30, 1974


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1127, Press Release, Meets with FMC Corporation group regarding closing of the Packing Plant, November 22, 1974
1128, Press Release, Water Quality Study for Ohio and Kanawha Rivers, November 26, 1974
1129, Press Release, FMC Plant Closing, packaging EDA to assist the community, November 26, 1974
1130, Bio Material, General Bio Material for Senator Randolph, December 2, 1974
1131, Statistics, Presidential Vetoes, President Ford, 4 vetoed bills, December 4, 1974
1132, Press Release, Conference regarding route #340, Harpers Ferry area, November 26, 1974
1133, Press Release, Multiflora Rose, Senator McGee to have hearings to help eliminate the weed, November 26, 1974
1134, Press Release, Senator and Muskie have bill to aid poor families meet winter’s fuel Costs, December 4, 1974
1135, Press Release, Congress overrode President’s veto of the Education and training bill for Vietnam-era veterans, December 4, 1974
1136, Press Release, Progress on application of Huntington Med School, Marshall University, December 6, 1974
1137, Senate Resolution #442, December 4, 1974
1138, Bill, entitled the Emergency Unemployment Compensation Act of 1974, Congressional Record, December 4, 1974
1139, Speech, Shepherdstown, “What is a Hometown?” Rural Community and Farm Family, December 6, 1974
1140, Press Release, regarding visit to Shepherdstown, W.Va. and Ginseng, December 6, 1974
1141, 10 Outstanding young women of America for 1974 Congressional Record, December 5, 1974
1142, Press Release, Farmers Home Administration Loans and Grants to Hampshire, Hancock, Mineral, Putnam and Upshur County, December 9, 1974
1143, Press Release, Senator urged Senator McGee to consider legislation which would cut salaries by 10 percent over $40,000, December 14, 1979
1144, Religious Affiliation of members of 94th Congress, December, 1974
1145, Flag Raising at the new Inter-Mountain building, Elkins, W.Va., November 30, 1974
1146, Taped Radio Speech, Kiwanis Club Senior Citizens Christmas Party, December 18, 1974
1147, Statement, Senator urges enactment of standby authority to cope with energy shortages, December 10, 1974
1148, Statement, before Joint Hearings on the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs and Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, Senator supports nomination of Robert C. Seamans, Jr. for Admr. Of the Energy Research and Development Administration, December 11, 1974
1149, Article, for Salesman’s Opportunity Magazine: “New Summits for America,” December 12, 1974
1150, Statement, regarding synthetic Liquids Fuels Act, December 10, 1974
1151, Speech, Bicentennial Flag presented to Hancock County, Ceremony held in New Cumberland, December 7, 1974
1152, Press Release, Approval of program to provide Public Works Employment, December 12, 1974
1153, Press Release, Religious Belief of Senator, Article in Charleston Gazette “Religion and Politics can mix,” December 5, 1974
1154, Statement, Congressional Record, regarding remarks about Mass Transit, November 19, 1974
1155, Press Release, Permit approved for the application to use Tordon 10k to eradicate multiflora rose, December 18, 1974
1156, Address by Sam T. Mallison, Harrisville, W.Va., June 1, 1962, Dinner Daughters of the Pioneers, December 16, 1974
1157, Press Release, provide jobs in Public Service employment, December 11, 1974
1157-a, Press Release, Braille trails, National Trails System, Huntington, W.Va., for Handicapped, December 11, 1974
1158, Press Release, W.E. Chilton, home to be restored, it is included in the National Register, December 16, 1974
1159, Press Release, Bicentennial Communities, Clarksburg, Harrison County, Lumberport and Beckley, W.Va., December 16, 1974
1160, Press Release, Senate – House Conference Committee approved funds for initiation of Community projects which plans have been developed, December 17, 1974
1161, Press Release, Conference Report on the Highway Bill, funds for rural highway and transportation programs, December 18, 1974
1162, Interview, The Daily Mail asked if the Senator mailed Christmas cards and asked about the calendars he mailed, December 18, 1974
1163, Press Release, Telegram to President Ford asking he approve the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1974
1164, Interview, Danny West, regarding Robert Dale Johnson, wine case, said he had heard that the Senator has filed as a creditor in the case, December 18, 1974
1165, Press Release, Urban Renewal funding for Huntington and Parkersburg projects, December 19, 1974
1166, Speech, Bicentennial Flag Presentations to Clarksburg and Harrison County, December 17, 1974
1167, Speech, Stone, Glass & Clay Coordinating Committee, Washington, D.C., December 17, 1974
1168, Speech, Elkins Rotary Club, Gas Supplies, Press Release, December 23, 1974
1169, Statement, regarding public service jobs, reduce members of Congress salaries by 10 percent, December 12, 1974
1170, Press Release, Surface Mining Bill voted by President Ford, December 31, 1974
1171, Statement, Older Workers hard-hit by job slump, “Job hunting is a job too” Congressional Record, December 19, 1974
Programs, 1975
1, Jennings Randolph letter to Veasey, Fairmont Times and editorial regarding hilltops, from New York Times, 1955, January 1, 1975
2, Press Release, letter to John Nassikas, natural gas suppliers in West Virginia, curtailment in gas supplies, January 3, 1975
3, Tape, tribute to Joseph McCaffrey for his twenty years with WMAL radio, January 3, 1975
4, Press Release, allocation of funds for West Virginia, public service employment statistics, United States Department of Labor, January 6, 1975
5, Press Release, West Virginia health projects could be affected by President Ford’s proposal to appropriated fund, January 3, 1975
6, Press Release, grant from United States Department of Housing to Bluefield Urban Renewal Authority, January 7, 1975
7, Article, “The Clamor to Revive the RFC,” Wall Street Journal, January 2, 1975
8, Press Release, Emergency Employment Bill Program to provide public service jobs, January 7, 1975
9, Press Release, OEO refunding grants for community action programs, January 8, 1975
10, Speech, Jennings Randolph presents bicentennial flags to Clarksburg and Harrison County, January 2, 1975
11, Press Release, coal conversion, student aid applications, January 8, 1975
12, Press Release, West Virginia will benefit from new highway law, January 10, 1975
13, Status of New River Gorge, photo, Jennings Randolph with James Watt, director, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, January 10, 1975
14, Public meetings on New River Gorge, greetings from Jennings Randolph to group, January 14, 1975
15, Articles, Huntington Advertiser, regarding West Virginia absentee owners must share financial burdens of state, January 3, 1975
16, Statement for Charleston Gazette regarding highways, January 8, 1975
17, Press Release, Elkins-Randolph County Airport, instrument landing system, January 13, 1975
19, Airport needs, New Martinsville-Wetzel County area, January 13, 1975
20, Press Release, reaction of Jennings Randolph to President Gerald Ford’s address to nation, January 13, 1975
21, Press Release, letter to President Gerald Ford’s regarding energy and need for reliance on coal, January 14, 1975
22, Appendix, 93rd Congress activities regarding handicapped, January 10, 1975
23, Press Release, Jennings Randolph comments on President Ford’s State of the Union and use of coal, January 15, 1975
24, Senator Mike Gravel, reception dinner for Jennings and Mary Randolph, January 16, 1975
25, Letter to the editor, Miami Herald, regarding 55 mph speed limit, January 8, 1975
26, Press Release, Corridor L, Appalachian highway, January 16, 1975
27, Article, “Meet the Senator Who Keeps the Sabbath,” by Skip Baker, Guide Magazine, February 12, 1975
28, Interview, Philip L. Deitch, regarding handicapped, equal rights, etc., January 16, 1975
29, Statement to John Brown, regarding federal funding for Huntington Civic Center, January 14, 1975
30, Press Release, Jennings Randolph opposed to ceiling on scheduled Social Security benefit increases, January 17, 1975
31, Article, “What’s Ahead in 1975,” Jennings Randolph, Construction Magazine, January 6, 1975
32, Letter to President Gerald Ford, regarding economic and energy problems, January 14, 1975
33, Press Release, General Services Administration awarded contract to Bendix Corporation, Lewisburg, January 20, 1975
34, Speech, AFL-CIO Appalachian Council board meeting, Washington, January 22, 1975
35, Speech, “Challenges in a Changing America,” National Crushed Stone Association, Bal Harbor, Florida, January 20, 1975
36, Press Release, Jennings Randolph asks Federal Energy Association for coal conversion, letter to Frank E. Zarb, administrator, January 23, 1975
37, Press Release, Martinsburg Veterans Administration Hospital replacement, January 28, 1975
38, Speech, Business Hall of Fame, Junior Achievement, Chicago, Illinois, January 23, 1975
39, Jennings Randolph and Senator Henry Jackson to introduce resolution calling on President Gerald Ford to proclaim a national “Energy Conservation Crusade,” January 24, 1975
40, Tape, March of Dimes Telerama, WHIS-TV, Bluefield, January 22, 1975
41, Picture, Jennings Randolph with Rockwell officers, West Virginia plants, January 28, 1975
42, Press Release, Jennings Randolph asked for release of impoundment water pollution funds, January 29, 1975


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43, Statement, regarding Developmental Disabilities Service, regarding handicapped, in Congressional Record, January 28, 1975
44, National Prayer Breakfast, Washington, January 30, 1975
45, Press Release, impounded funds released, sewage treatment systems, January 30, 1975
46, Statement, before Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, regarding energy problems, coal, etc., January 30, 1975
47, Speech, groundbreaking, Greenbrier Public Service sewage system, Lewisburg, February 2, 1975
48, Press Release, Morgantown Post Office, meeting to be held, January 31, 1975
49, Luncheon, White House Fellows, The Capitol, February 3, 1975
50, Press Release, West Virginia Gasoline Dealers Association, February 4, 1975
51, Press Release, Press Release, Jennings Randolph to introduce Senate resolution asking President Gerald Ford to proclaim a national “Energy Conservation Crusade,” February 5, 1975
52, Statement, Weirton Daily Times, Third Annual Progress Edition, February 6, 1975
53, Press Release, meeting on oil and gas exploration in West Virginia and Jennings Randolph introduction of National Energy Conservation Crusade, February 5, 1975
54, Press Release, introduction of three energy bills and legislation by Jennings Randolph regarding impoundment funds for highway and sewage projects, February 7, 1975
55, Speech, West Virginia Jaycees Awards Banquet, Cacapon State Park, Berkeley Springs, February 8, 1975
56, Press Release, eliminate handicapped barriers, February 7, 1975
57, Reprint, Congressional Record, regarding energy conservation, February 5, 1975
58, Resolution, commemorating 90th birthday of Bess Truman, February 7, 1975
59, Press Release, administration released funds for Hill-Burton projects in West Virginia, February 10, 1975
60, Reprint, Congressional Record, resolution disapproving deferral of budget authority, February 7, 1975
61, Speech, dedication of Bureau of Public Debt Building, Parkersburg, February 10, 1975
62, Speech, “No Greater Love,” Veterans Administration Hospital, Clarksburg, February 10, 1975
63, Press Release, dedication Parkersburg, Jennings Randolph visits Veterans Administration Hospital, Clarksburg, highway funds, February 10, 1975
64, Letter to Ben C. Bradlee, regarding editorial on economic and energy problems, January 31, 1975
65, Article, Phoenix Quarterly, regarding solid waste program, “Scrap Iron and Steel” Magazine, January 31, 1975
66, Press Release, Economic Development Administration asked to expedite application for funds, Wood County Airport terminal, February 11, 1975
67, Press Release, released highway money will create jobs, February 11, 1975
68, Speech, Corps of Engineers trainee briefing seminar, Washington, January 29, 1975
69, Death of Dennis Banks, February 11, 1975
70, Press Release, Jennings Randolph introduces legislation for one year extension of National Fuels and Energy Policy Study, February 12, 1975
71, Speech, “Highways – Past, Present and Future,” American Road Builders Association, Chicago, Illinois, February 13, 1975
72, Press Release, Senate committee and governors meet on transportation, February 13, 1975
73, Press Release, telegrams, Environmental Protection Agency sewage projects in West Virginia, February 13, 1975
74, Press Release, Clarksburg Post Office may be enlarged, February 13, 1975
75, Press Release, Manpower Demonstration Research, Hard Core Training Program for counties, February 13, 1975
76, Letter to Washington Post editor, regarding $2 billion more for highways, February 13, 1975
77, Press Release, home canning equipment, shortage not anticipated, February 13, 1975
78, Grit Newspaper, JR sold in youth, February 1975
79, Speech, before ad hoc committee of the Democratic Caucus for national energy policy, conservation programs, and coal conversion, February 17, 1975
80, Reprints, Congressional Record, Washington’s Farewell Address, February 17, 1975
81, West Virginia Department of Education breakfast, “Week in Washington,” February 19, 1975
82, Press Release, JR praises Supreme Court action regarding impoundment of sewage treatment funds, February 18, 1975
83, Letter to Robert Seamans, Administrator, Energy Research and Development Administration, regarding energy research, February 13, 1975
84, Letter to E. T. Klassen, Postmaster General, from Judge Robert Maxwell, regarding Elkins Post Office, February 12, 1975
85, Press Release, Elkins Post Office will not be reduced in size, February 19, 1975
86, Press Release, JR critical in Senate remarks on failure of administration to implement Coal Conversion Act, February 19, 1975
87, Dedication, City Building Weirton, February 23, 1975
88, Designation of official bicentennial communities, Shinnston, Williamson, Randolph County, February 19, 1975
89, Press Release, Office of Education announced release of student aid application forms to schools and colleges, February 24, 1975
90, Press Release, railroad situation in West Virginia, road bed upgrading, February 25, 1975
91, Market Bulletin, canning supplies and horse trails, March 1, 1975
92, Statement, for George Hohnmann on General Accounting Office report of cost overruns on Federal construction projects, February 27, 1975
93, Press Release, EPA contract to Weirton Steel Division of National Steel Corporation, February 27, 1975
94, March made a “Fast” Month, February 27, 1975
95, Press Release, grant for sewer system for South Charleston, grant to Boone-Raleigh Public Service, Whitesville, February 28, 1975
96, Telegram from JR, West Virginia Annual Picnic, Bradenton, Florida, February 28, 1975
97, Statement, Rules of Committee on Public Works, February 28, 1975
98, Press Release, JR supports continuance of revenue sharing, March 4, 1975
99, Testimonial dinner for Senator Harrison “Pete” Williams, February 27, 1975
100, Press Release, fire damage to Fort Ashby High School, ten mobile homes made available to school, March 4, 1975
100A, Guest List, congressional reception, March 4, 1975
101, Press Release, Environmental Protection Agency, funds for sewage treatment facilities in West Virginia, February 28, 1975
102, Statement, Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, regarding non-nuclear energy research budget is inadequate, March 5, 1975
103, Press Release, EPA awarding contracts for sewage facilities for six West Virginia communities, March 5, 1975
104, Press Releases, by Public Works Committee, 1975
105, Press Release, EPA Administrator Russell Train made recommendations on timetable for reduction of automobile emissions, March 5, 1975
106, Press Release, Emergency Housing and Economic Recovery Act, JR co-sponsors legislation to establish 6% mortgage loans, March 6, 1975
107, Press Release, HUD grant, Charleston, for urban renewal project, March 7, 1975
108, Speech, Government and the American Dream, Bethany College, March 8, 1975
109, Speech, Wood County Annual Boy Scout Dinner, Parkersburg, March 8, 1975
110, Press Release, inaugural run of Amtrak in southern West Virginia on March 24, March 7, 1975
111, Bryant Applegate, student gets first-hand look at Washington political scene, March 5, 1975
112, Statement, JR supports enactment of Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1975, March 10, 1975
113, Press Release, telegram to President Reistrup urging plans to be expedited on Amtrak train from Washington to Denver, March 11, 1975
114, Speech, Washington Host Lions Club, Luncheon, Washington, March 12, 1975
115, Speech, Catholic University adult education class, Washington, March 13, 1975


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117 Press Release, 3 releases- Telegram to ICC on rate increase by B&O. 2- EPA reference WV Sewer projects and HUD approves flood insurance for Burnsville, Summers County, March 4, 1975
118 WMAL Radio, Meet the member, by Joseph McCaffrey, Washington, DC, Blind- Handicapped, 1975
119 Speech, Goodwill Industries- Charleston, March 18, 1975
120 WV Service Clubs, Lions- Kiwanis- Rotary, March 1975
121 Press Release, Bluefield Sanitation Board Grant from EPA for Sewers, March 18, 1975
122 Society of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Dinner, Washington, DC, March 17, 1975
123 Press Release, EPA awarded grant to town of Franklin for sewage facilities, March 19, 1975
124 Press Release, WV placed third in a nationwide competition to reduce highway traffic, March 19, 1975
125 Telegram to President Ford, reference energy conservation through voluntary actions, March 20, 1975
126 Press Release, White House release reference voluntary energy conservation, March 20, 1975
127 Press Release, School-aged handicapped children need special education programs, March 21, 1975
128 Dedication, Waste treatment plant, Clarksburg, March 24, 1975
129 Press Release, Federal Construction potential sought by P.W. Committee, March 21, 1975
130 Press Release, Grant to Jackson County Airport, Ravenswood, March 25, 1975
131 Press Release, ARC Grant for Grant County water system- Mountain Top Public Service District, March 25, 1975
132 Speech, 15th Mexico- United States Interparliamentary Conference, Compeche, Mexico, March 27, 1975
133 Press Release, “Save the Peace Agreement” Meeting reference Foreign Aid and will oppose aid request, February 4, 1975
134 Magazine, Article by Senator Randolph for Water Spectrum, Dept. of the Army, Corps of Engineers, April 1975
135 Press Release, Congratulated to employees of Kaiser Aluminum’s Ravenswood Fabrication Plant who won the Kaiser Cup for the 8th year, March 28, 1975
136 Press Release, Loan Aid in Construction of Fourco Glass Company’s new float glass plant in Taylor Co, April 1, 1975
137 Press Release, Senator to present official Bicentennial flag to Randolph County, March 28, 1975
138 Press Release, Telegram to the President, Senator urged the President to appeal to the United Nations for humanitarian aid for Indochina, April 2, 1975
139 Energy Users Report by the Bureau of National Affairs, ERDA Budget- Non-Nuclear Act, March 13, 1975
140 Press Release, Jaycees Applebutter Days, Senator Randolph is chairman, April 1, 1975
141 Emergency Housing and Economic Recovery Act- Proxmire Statement and copy of bill, February 1975
142 Speech, Randolph County Bicentennial flag presentation, Elkins, April 5, 1975
143 Speech, Boston Subway Dedication, Boston, MA, April 4, 1975
144 Article, Lions Magazine, reference job security for the blind, April 1975
145 Presidential vetoes by calendar year- 1946 to the present, April 7, 1975
146 Hearings, Reference education for handicapped children, April 8, 1975
147 WKLC Radio- St Albans 24 hour operation, tape by the Senator, April 3, 1975
148 Interview with George Hohmann, Capitol Hill News Service, reference mail investigation- Post Office, April 8, 1975
149 Taped remarks for radio station WGMS- Salute to WV, April 8, 1975
150 Press Release, New Indochina Aid opposed Cambodia and Vietnam, April 8, 1975
151 Press Release, Sewage treatment grant to City of Dunbar, from Environmental Protection Agency, April 8, 1975
152 Statement, Amendment to extend conversion orders under Energy Supply and Environmental Coordination Act, April 9, 1975
153 Speech, Public Works Historical Society- Washington, DC, April 10, 1975
154, Press Release, Bethlehem Steel Corporation’s new mining complex in Nicholas County, April 10, 1975
155, Newspaper article, Bluefield Daily Telegraph, regarding reclaimed land for school, March 27, 1975
156, Press Release, EPA awarded four grants for W.Va. sewage projects, Kanawha Falls at Gauley Bridge, Huttonsville, Romney and Eleanor, April 10, 1975
157, Press Release, Legislation requiring Congressional approval of any U.S. Debt Settlement less than face value, April 10, 1975
158, Press Release, Statement by Senator on the President’s Foreign Policy Address, April 11, 1975
159, Press Release, Housing and Urban Development grant to Wheeling, W.Va. Block Grant, April 11, 1975
160, Press Release, Mobile Homes for use in McMechen, W.Va. Sliding Hillside, April 22, 1975
161, Press Release, Community Services Administration Grants and Bicentennial designated communities, April 15, 1975
162, Press Release, Put unemployed to work rehabilitating railroad tracks and roadbeds, April 15, 1975
163, Statement, Carl E. Bagge urges joint support for coal substitution as a means to achieve energy self-sufficiency, April 14, 1975
164, Speech, Shinnston Bicentennial Flag Presentation, April 16, 1975
165, Speech, Senator honored at Historical Society Dinner, Clarksburg, April 16, 1975
166, Statement, Statistics regarding petroleum production in the U.S. by states, March 18, 1975
167, Interview, Chuck Babcock, regarding road program and rail improvement bill, Louisville Paper, April 17, 1975
168, Press Release, number of releases, Three on highway funds, railroad rehabilitation bill and public facility grant and local programs from EDA, April 17, 1975
169, Introduction, of Senator Mike Mansfield by Senator Randolph at the Amen Banquet, Pittsburgh, PA, April 17, 1975
170, Press Release, Route #340 State Highway improvements, Harpers Ferry, W.Va., April 17, 1975
171, Speech, Welfare Conference, Child Abuse, the Unspeakable Crime, Charleston, W.Va., April 18, 1975
Press Release, Grant to Matewan for park project from Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, April 18, 1975
173, Press Release, Senate approval of resolution to release impounded highway funds, telegrams, April 18, 1975
174, Complete Energy Policy statements from January to April, nine statements, April 9, 1975
175, W.Va. State Magazine, Article by V.B. Harris regarding The Role of W.Va. Coal in the Energy Crisis, March 30, 1975
176, Press Release, EPA Sewage treatment grants four West Virginia areas, April 21, 1975
177, Press Release, Government Construction programs could create jobs to ease the recession, April 22, 1975
178, Statement, Hearings, Public Works Committee regarding economic recession, April 22, 1975
179, Speech, American Road Builders Association, Washington, D.C., April 22, 1975
180, Speech, American Society of Civil Engineers, Washington, D.C., Award to Senator, April 23, 1975
181, Press Release, Huntington site purchased for Mail Center, Postal Service, April 23, 1975
182, Statement, Bill to amend Fair Labor Standards to exempt rural letter carriers from overtime provisions, April 22, 1975
183, Press Release, Bureau of outdoor recreation grant to W.Va. Department of Natural Resources for Canaan Valley State Park, April 24, 1975
184, Press Release, State Veterans’ Home in W.Va. and Senate passed Resolution #69 to release impounded highway funds, April 24, 1975
185, George Hohmann, Capitol Hill News Service, asked for list of times we have asked GAO for investigative studies since March 24, 1974, April 22, 1975
186, Press Release, Community Services Administration grants for seven W.Va. projects, April 25, 1975
187, Speech, Dedication of Marlinton Community Building, Marlinton, W.Va., April 26, 1975
188, Speech, National Realtors Week, Clarksburg, W.Va., April 26, 1975
189, Press Release, Mortgage foreclosures Amendment to Emergency Housing Act, April 25, 1975
190, Press Release, National Secretaries Week in Congressional Record, April 29, 1975
191, Press Release, Loan Guarantee for Snowshoe Ski Complex, April 25, 1975
192, Press Release, Anti-recession Appropriations Bill, includes funds to repair and renovate railroad tracts, etc., April 25, 1975
193, Press Release, Community Services Administration Grants to Legal Aid Society of Charleston to paid poor in five counties, April 29, 1975
194, Opening Statement, Labor group requested hearings, need jobs, April 22, 1975
195, Press Release, Baby Sales, Black Market, Baby Selling, April 28, 1975
196, Press Release, Judgeship vacancy in W.Va., Edwin F. Flowers and Charles H. Haden, II, April 29, 1975
197, Opening statement, Public Works Commission, Highwatching requirements, April 30, 1975
198, Opening statement, Hearings on Tennessee Valley Authority, April 29, 1975
199, Opening statement, Rail Transportation Improvement and Employment Senate Commerce and Labor and Public Welfare Committee hearing, May 1, 1975
200, Press Release, EPA Funding for wastewater treatment facilities for five communities, April 30, 1975
201, Program, President’s Committee on Employment of the Handicapped, May 2, 1975
202, Speech, Direct Mail Marketing Association, Washington, D.C., May 1, 1975
203, Press Release, Grant from ARC to Wheeling, Ohio County Vocational Technical High School, May 1, 1975
204, Press Release, ICC denies rate hike on Eastern W.Va. B & O Train Service, Senator requests a delay on ICC hearings on Passenger Service, May 2, 1975
205, Introduction, of Senator Claiborne Pell, Spring Dinner, WVU, May 1, 1975
206, Speech, Jefferson County Democratic Women’s Club, Shepherdstown, W.Va., May 4, 1975


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207, Speech, National Highway Conference, Associated General Contractors of America, Arlington, Virginia, 1975: A Crucial Year for Highways, May 6, 1975
208, Statement, Statement in the Senate, Re: Coal Conversion, Press Release, Zarb Supports Coal Conversion, May 5, 1975
209, Dear Abby, Re: Women Rule for Nurses, 1880 Senator’s letter in the file, May 13, 1975
210, Press Release, Amendment to Wage and Price Stability Act, May 6, 1975
211, Press Release, Grant from EPA to East Kanawha Public Service, Putnam County, Sewage System, May 7, 1975
212, Press Release, Book by Leonard Robinson (Blind) his new book on the Handicapped, May 6, 1975
213, Press Release, Community Services Administration, Grant to Nicholas County, Summersville, West Virginia, May 7, 1975
214, Introduction, Senator Lloyd Bentsen, (D-Texas), Speaker, Charleston, West Virginia, May 1, 1975
215, Program, West Virginia Academy of Science, Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia, April 5, 1975
216, Opening Statement, In the Senate, Re: Conference Report, Re: Surface Mining Control, May 5, 1975
217, Press Release, Conversion from Natural Gas to Coal, Electric plants asked to change meeting with Zarb, May 8, 1975
218, Press Release, Vietnamese refugees, Moral obligation to help, May 8, 1975
219, Press Release, Farmers Home Administration approval grant for Morgantown Hospital, May 5, 1975
220, Telegram, to President Ford asking him to sign the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation, May 9, 1975
221, Speech, Salem College Commencement, Salem, West Virginia, May 11, 1975
222, West Virginia Society, Son and Daughter Banquet, Washington, D.C., May 9, 1975
223, Speech, West Virginia College of Graduate Studies, Charleston, West Virginia, Morris Harvey College Commencement, May 10, 1975
224, Tape, Rally of Christians for World Hunger, Fayetteville, North Carolina, May 18, 1975
225, Press Release, modified version of an expanded Public Works construction program, hearing set for May 21 and 22, May 12, 1975
226, Press Release, seizure and recovery of Mayaguez, May 13, 1975
227, Speech, Graphic Communications Computer Association, Boston, Massachusetts, May 15, 1975
228, Press Release, Federal Impact Aid, Board of Education, seven counties, May 14, 1975
229, Press Release, coal conversion, implementation of the Energy Supply and Environmental Coordination Act, reprint from Congressional Record, May 5, 1975
230, Press Release, General Services Administration declared surplus lands in Jefferson County, awarded contract to Signode Corporation of Weirton, May 15, 1975
231, Speech, The Transportation Road Ahead, National Parking Association, San Francisco, California, May 19, 1975
232, Press Release, Oakland, California, Senator conferred with President of Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation, May 22, 1975
233, Statement, Introduction of National Petroleum and Natural Gas Conservation And Coal Substitution Act of 1975, May 20, 1975
234, Press Release, Fourco Glass Company’s new float glass plant, Taylor County, Three releases in folder, May, June, 1975
235, Press Release, FAA hopes to work out a plan to finance Kanawha Airport short runway and taxiway, May 19, 1975
236, Press Release, Senator interested in assisting Wood County Airport, May 19, 1975
237, Press Release, Environmental Protection Agency grants to Huntington Sanitary Board, City of Dunbar and City of Spencer, Sewers, May 20, 1975
238, Jackson for President, Remarks by Senator Humphrey, May 13, 1975
239, Speech, Introduction, of Senatory Hubert H. Humphrey by Senator Randolph, Parkersburg, Wood County Democratic Dinner, May 20, 1975
240, Press Release, Headstart grant to Morgan County Board of Education, May 20, 1975
241, Press Release, Strip Mine Bill Veto, Statement by Senator Randolph, May 21, 1975
242, World Affairs Institute, Morgantown, Senator Alan Cranston and Dixie Lee Ray, May 16, 1975
243, NPS transfer deed to West Virginia Department of Highways, 2.3. acres known as Allstadt’s Hill at Bolivar, May 21, 1975
244, Press Release, EPA grant to Greenbrier Public Service District, Lewisburg, West Virginia, Sewage System, May 22, 1975
245, Hearings, Re: Highways, Minot, North Dakota, May 24, 1975
246, Interview, Junior Achievement Inc., National Business Leadership Conference, April 25, 1975
247, Speech, The Last Man’s Club of World War II Veterans, Weirton, West Virginia, May 25, 1975
248, Speech, Bicentennial flag presented to New Manchester, West Virginia, May 25, 1975
249, Press Release, JR believes aid should be terminated to Laotian government, May 23, 1975
250, Speech, National Advisory Council, Small Business Administration, White Sulphur Springs, May 28, 1975
251, Press Release, Department of HEW awarded grant to West Virginia Department of Welfare, Reference Transportation Trip, May 29, 1975
252, Petition of members of Congress from West Virginia to intervene, Oil and Gas Association vs. Consolidated, Columbia Gas, etc., May 15, 1975
253, Press Release, EPA grant to Beverly sewage system, May 28, 1975
254, Press Release, statement on President Gerald Ford’s address to the nation regarding energy program, May 27, 1975
255, Press Release, EPA grant to Princeton sewage treatment plant, May 30, 1975
256, Press Release, Army contract to Hercules for work at Rocket Center, May 30, 1975
257, Speech, 25th anniversary of Jefferson County Memorial Park and C. F. Reininger Day, Charles Town, May 31, 1975
258, Speech, dedication of Wheeling Hospital, Wheeling, June 1, 1975
259, Press Release, Huntington Post Office “moving forward,” May 30, 1975
260, Press Release, master plan for new Veterans Administration Hospital, Martinsburg, May 30, 1975
261, Interview, regarding child abuse, Liza Favish, WWVA Radio, Wheeling, June 1, 1975
262, Press Release, Public Works hearings, JR critical of Appalachian governors’ participation in ARC program, June 3, 1975
263, Press Release, HEW grant for Region II, Health Planning Association, Huntington, June 4, 1975
264, Introduction, Senator Birch Bayh, Italian Sons and Daughters, Weirton, June 4, 1975
265, Speech, Women’s Clubs, Prayer Breakfast, Washington
266, Article, regarding no pant suits in office of JR, Rolling Stone, May 29, 1975
267, Press Release, Federal Highway Administration, interchange to serve Wheeling General Hospital, June 5, 1975
268, United States Senate Youth Program, June 8, 1975
269, PR, Amtrak, June 6, 1975
270, Annual Dinner of the White House Correspondents Association, Washington, May 3, 1975
271, Press Release, HUD grant for Bluefield, June 9, 1975
272, Press Release, EDA grant for Bluefield Industrial Park, June 12, 1975
273, Press Release, education grant to Cabell County, Federally Impacted Area Fund, June 10, 1975
274, Press Release, EPA grant for Bridgeport sewer system, June 10, 1975
275, Press Release, EPA grants, West Virginia Surface Mining and Reclamation Association, grant for South Charleston, June 10, 1975
276, Press Release, ARC awarded grant to Southern West Virginia Regional Health Council, also grant for funding for nine county area, June 10, 1975
277, Press Release, Head Start grant, six counties and Community Action Inc., Parkersburg and West Central West Virginia, June 10, 1975
278, Statement, hearings on greater coal utilization, June 10, 1975
279, Press Release, ARC grants for Wellsburg and Follansbee, recreation grants, June 11, 1975
280, Press Release, Regional Check Processing Center, Charleston, June 12, 1975
281, Press Release, EPA grant for Boone-Clay-Kanawha-Putnam Regional Government Council, waste treatment study, June 12, 1975
282, Press Release, ARC grant to New Haven Foundation of Ansted for Primary Health Care Center, June 11, 1975
283, Press Release, Fourco Glass Company to begin operations, Clarksburg, June 12, 1975
284, Press Release, EDA designation of eight county area as Region 5 Economic Development District, June 11, 1975
285, Press Release, HUD, Community Development Block Grants for Dunbar and St. Albans, June 13, 1975


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286, Introduction, Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, Salute to Robert C. Byrd, Charleston, June 12, 1975
287, Speech, All-American City Award for Spencer, June 14, 1975
288, Speech, “Education and Training for Today’s World,” Boone County Career and Technical Center dedication, Madison, June 15, 1975
289, Press Release, Wheeling Suspension Bridge named as National Historic Landmark, June 12, 1975
290, Speech, energy self-sufficiency requires coal industry leadership initiative, National Coal Association, annual convention, Washington, June 17, 1975
291, Honorable John D. Catalana, dedicated to the service of humanity, given award, Charleston, June 13, 1975
292, Press Release, Department of Commerce, funds for job training program for six counties, June 17, 1975
293, Speech, regarding coal leadership need to achieve energy self-sufficiency, Janeway Seminar, New York, June 19, 1975
294, Press Release, education grant for Appalachia Educational Laboratory, Charleston, June 17, 1975
295, Press Release, Senate passage of legislation to aid education of the handicapped, June 18, 1975
296, Press Release, Harrison County designated redevelopment area, June 18, 1975
297, Press Release, FHA guaranteed loan for Meredith Manor, equestrianship, Parkersburg, June 19, 1975
298, Speech, Copiah-Lincoln commencement address, by Frank L. Pitts, May 10, 1975
299, Press Release, GSA contract to $3 million in Charles Town, June 17, 1975
300, Press Release, FAA grants, Kanawha and Martinsburg airports, June 19, 1975
301, Press Release, ARC grant for Princeton sewage system, June 19, 1975
Press Release, United Hospital Center in Clarksburg, grant for family medicine training program and grant to aid in construction of auditorium on Davis and Elkins College campus, Elkins
302, Speech, Presentation of American Bicentennial Flag, Salem College, June 20, 1975
303, Reprint, Congressional Record, regarding Brigadier General Charles E. Yeager honored at Salem College, June 23, 1975
304, Press Release, Congress agreed to continue Appalachian Regional Commission at present funding until new legislation is approved, June 20, 1975
305, Press Release, Press Release, ARC grants to Martinsburg, Fayette County, Summersville, and Department of Mental Health, June 20, 1975
306, Press Release, ARC grant to Salem College, conversion of dorm to elderly care home, June 20, 1975
307, Speech, AP Broadcasters Convention, introduction of John T. Dunlop, Hawks Nest State Park, June 21, 1975
308, Press Release, Urban Mass Transit grant to Kanawha Valley Regional Transportation Authority, June 23, 1975
309, Reference Material, The Uniqueness of West Virginia, by Eugene L. Meyer, August 1972
310, Interview, Jack Hollahan of WVU-TV and JR at Salem College Reception, June 19, 1975
311, Press Release, HUD Grants for Huntington and Charleston, June 23, 1975
312, Press Release, ARC Library Grants, Spencer and New Martinsville, June 23, 1975
313, Press Release, HEW Grants, Charleston and Fairmont, Child Development Grants, June 23, 1975
314, Press Release, Bicentennial Designation for Guyandotte Subdivision of Huntington, June 24, 1975
315, Press Release, EPA Grant to Weston, Waste Water Treatment Project, June 24, 1975
316, Press Release, JR critical of Senate delay on contested New Hampshire Senate seat, June 24, 1975
317, Press Release, Emergency Medical Grant to Huntington Corps of Engineers, Dredging on Big Sandy near Kenova, June 24, 1975
318, FAA Plans to Commission Improvements for Elkins-Randolph County Airport, June 24, 1975
319, Press Release, ARC Grants, Hancock County, Pineville, Mount Storm, Bretz Water Systems, Mental Health, 7 Vocation Centers, June 24, 1975
320, Youth Governors Luncheon, YMCA, June 25, 1975
321, Speech, American Road Builders Association, Bicentennial Flag Presentation, Washington, June 25, 1975
322, Press Release, National Awareness Week, regarding Handicapped-Easter Seals, Paraplegia Foundation, June 26, 1975
323, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) Grants – Buckhannon, Upshur County, Hardy County, and Harrisville, June 26, 1975
324, Statement, regarding business and industry leaders on coal utilization, June 23, 1975
325, Statement, JR introduces legislation to extend Federal Coal Conversion Program, June 23, 1975
326, Statement, Frank Zarb before Committee on Public Works regarding fuels and energy policy study, June 23, 1975
328, Press Release, EPA grants to New Martinsville, Webster Springs, Fairmont, Morgantown, Clarksburg, June 26, 1975
329, Press Release, bill designed to save fuel consumed in federal buildings, June 27, 1975
330, Speech, Lions International Convention, Dallas, Texas, June 28, 1975
331, Speech, State Birthday Celebration, local Junior Women’s Club, Clarksburg, June 20, 1975
332, Speech, West Virginia Small Business Executives, Rainelle, June 5, 1975
333, Statistics, moonshine production, six states ahead of West Virginia in production, July 11, 1975
334, Capitol Hill News Service, news analysis on ARC and governors of the thirteen ARC states, June 30, 1975
335, Press Release, ARC and HUD grants to state arts and humanities and Office of Education grants, June 30, 1975
336, Press Release, FHA income limitation, Home Loan program, June 30, 1975
337, Press Release, EPA sewage construction grant to Nitro, July 1, 1975
338, Press Release, Marshall University Medical School application rejected, July 1, 1975
339, Press Release, HUD contract to Housing Authority of Huntington, housing projects, July 1, 1975
340, Press Release, JR opposes transfer of Monongalia National Forest service personnel, July 1, 1975
341, Press Release, grants for health services programs in West Virginia by Department of Health, Education and Welfare, June 27, 1975
342, Press Release, EPA grants, eight projects in West Virginia, July 2, 1975
343, Meet the Member broadcast, by Joseph McCaffrey, WMAL Radio Station, Randolph-Sheppard Act, handicapped, 1975
344, Speech, Mobile Independence Day Celebration, Mobile, Alabama, July 4, 1975
345, Press Release, Office of Education grants to Jefferson County and state of West Virginia, July 3, 1975
346, Press Release, JR fears President Gerald Ford’s proposal on spending Highway Trust Fund revenue will have adverse impact on West Virginia, July 7, 1975
347, Speech, Highlands Scenic Highway, sign dedication, Richwood, July 13, 1975
348, Press Release, JR introduces Synthetic Fuels Act of 1975, July 8, 1975
349, Press Release, Senate voted to continue ARC programs for two more years, July 17, 1975
350, Press Release, Senate passed National School Lunch and Child Nutrition Act Amendments of 1975, July 10, 1975
351, Article by Sanford Ungar, regarding RCB, September 1975
352, Statement, National Day of Prayer, July 24, 1975
353, Press Release, I-79 opened between Erie, Pennsylvania and Charleston, West Virginia, July 24, 1975
354, Press Release, ARC awarded grant to West Virginia Department of Mental Health, Charleston, July 10, 1975
355, Press Release, Newell Bicentennial Flag Presentation, July 18, 1975
356, Press Release, Senate approved measure to continue for six months authority of the Federal Energy Administrator to issue coal conversion orders to electric power plants, July 14, 1975
357, Statement, Senate Subcommittee on Improvements in Judicial Machinery, July 15, 1975
358, Remarks by JR on National Energy Policy, April-June 1975
359, Press Release, increase disability compensation payments to disabled veterans, July 16, 1975
360, Speech, Introduction of Senator Gary Hart, Charleston, July 19, 1975
361, Press Release, JR introduces Solid Waste Utilization Act of 1975, July 21, 1975
362, Press Release, Chessie System withdraws application for abandonment of Petersburg to Green Spring rail route, July 21, 1975
363, Statement, JR says he worships the Sabbath on Saturday, July 19, 1975
364, Press Release, bill aimed at easing unemployment in construction industry was approved by Public Works Committee, July 15, 1975


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365, Luncheon National Youth Science Camp, Washington, July 16, 1975
366, Speech, National Conference of Economic Development Representatives, Fort Lauderdale, July 22, 1975
367, Press Release, Senate approved legislation for additional construction, Highland Scenic Highway, July 25, 1975
368, Speech, introducing West Virginia panelists on subject of Rural Health hearings, “Health Manpower for Rural Areas,” July 31, 1975
369, Biographical Sketch, JR, July 1975
370, Press Release, Community Services Administration Grants for 13 West Virginia Projects, July 26, 1975
371, Press Release Federal Loan Guarantee Program, Synthetic Fuels Act, July 22, 1975
372, Press Release, JR assured by Post Office that plans are moving forward for downtown Huntington facility, July 28, 1975
373, Press Release, JR sponsored amendment for increased sewage funds for West Virginia, July 29, 1975
374, Radio Statement, regarding President’s distribution formula for highway construction, July 8, 1975
375, Press Release, Senate adopted measure whereby West Virginia would receive money to build sewage system facilities, July 29, 1975
376, Statement, regarding construction industry employment, July 29, 1975
377, Press Release, JR and Howard Baker release on automobile emission standards, July 29, 1975
378, Remarks, “The Faith of George Washington,” Senate Prayer Breakfast, July 30, 1975
379, Pictures, National Visitor Center, Union Station, Washington, July 1975
380, Charlie Jenkins Retirement, Fairmont, July 31, 1975
381, Article, regarding World of the Washington Lawyer, June 1975
382, Press Release, House-Senate Conferees Agreement to expand services to mentally retard and handicapped, July 29, 1975
383, Press Release, Bicentennial Administrator said funds will be held until June 30, 1976, for West Virginia, August 4, 1975
385, Statement, regarding Federal Coal Leasing Amendments of 1975, July 31, 1975
386, Press Release, Army Contract to Blaw-Knox Foundry and Machinery, Wheeling, July 31, 1975
387, Press Release, ARC awarded grant to Central Hampshire Water Association, Romney, July 31, 1975
388, Press Release, AMTRAK officials say they might assign ticket agent for Williamson, August 1, 1975
389, Material for feasibility grants for Bob Kelly, August 4, 1975
390, Press Release, EPA approved grant to Charleston for construction of sewage system, August 5, 1975
391, Press Release, Television interview regarding salary increase for Congress, August 4, 1975
392, Press Release, Hearing Date for Baltimore and Ohio Railroad passenger service rate increase, August 6, 1975
393, Press Release, Bicentennial Flag Ceremony, Cross Roads, Marion County, August 7, 1975
394, Press Release, JR appearances during August recess, August 11, 1975
395, Speeches, Arthurdale and Petersburg, August 10, 1975
396, Speech, Groundbreaking ceremonies for new runway at Raleigh County Memorial Airport, Beckley, August 8, 1975
397, Speech, Bicentennial Flag presented to Potomac State College, Keyser, August 12, 1975
398, Speech, Appalachian Gas Measurement Short Course, Morgantown, August 12, 1975
399, Press Release, Hill-Burton Grant for Public Health Center, Philippi, August 11, 1975
400, Groundbreaking, Morgantown Housing Project, August 12, 1975
401, Speech, Joint Meeting, Lions/Rotary/Kiwanis, Morgantown Lions Club, August 12, 1975
402, Press Release, ARC Grant to Thomas Memorial Hospital, Winfield, August 11, 1975
403, Press Release ARC Grant for Health Care Center, Pocahontas Medical Services, Marlinton, August 12, 1975
404, Press Release, FTC Canning Jar Lid Investigation, Review of Shortages, August 12, 1975
405, Speech, Monongalia County Senior Citizens Center, Morgantown, August 12, 1975
406, Press Release, Farmers Home Administrator, Loan to Lewisburg for expansion to water system, August 14, 1975
407, Speech, Social Security Strengthens America, Ann Arbor, Michigan, August 15, 1975
408, Press Release, Adjustment Assistance for unemployed at Huntington Division of Houdaille Industries, August 14, 1975
409, Speech, Moose Association Convention, Morgantown, August 16, 1975
410, West Virginians testify before Health Subcommittee, health care plans, August 14, 1975
411, Speech, hearing on “The Older Worker,” Chicago, Illinois, August 14, 1975
412 Press Release, Bicentennial designation for New Martinsville, Cedar Grove, Jefferson County, Wheeling College and Morris Harvey College, August 19, 1975
413, Press Release, Dedication, Everett Dirksen Research Center, Pekin, Illinois, August 19, 1975
414, Press Release, Forest Service – clear-cutting, August 25, 1975
415, Press Release, offshore workers certified for apple pickers, August 21, 1975
416, Statement, “Mike’s Hike” for the Handicapped, July 14, 1975
417, Speech, Indiana Democratic Editorial Association, Indianapolis, Indiana, August 23, 1975
Remarks, JR, Social Security Strengthens America,” Annual Conference on Gerontology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, August 15, 1975


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418, Speech, VFW Annual Convention, Los Angeles, August 21, 1975
419, Press Release, HUD grants to seven counties and one city, August 26, 1975
420, Press Release, EDA grant to Huntington for rebuilding of sidewalks and storm sewers, August 26, 1975
421, Speech, Kiwanis meeting, Elkins, Philippi, Belington, Buckhannon, Tucker, Grafton, and Kingwood, August 28, 1975
422, Speech, Valley Head Library dedication, Valley Head, August 29, 1975
423, Press Release, grant to B. F. Goodrich Company, work to be done in Grantsville, August 27, 1975
424, Speech, Groundbreaking, Sanitary Waste Treatment Facility, Princeton, August 28, 1975
425, Tour of Cumberland Industrial Park, Cumberland Public Service District, Bluefield, August 28, 1975
426, Conference, West Virginia Building and Trades Council, Charleston, August 29, 1975
427, Speech, Dedication and Opening of the Fort Hill Bridge, Charleston, August 29, 1975
428, Speech, Kiwanis, Lions, and Rotary clubs, Clarksburg, September 2, 1975
429, Press Release, Carlton M. Smith appointed director of Huntington Veterans Administration Hospital, September 10, 1975
430, Speech, Chamber of Commerce, White Sulphur Springs, Rogers Morton, speaker, August 28, 1975
431, Conference, Union Carbide officials, Charleston, August 29, 1975
433, Interview, child abuse legislation, WWVA Radio, September 9, 1975
434, Press Release, Public Works committee acted to make additional funds available to West Virginia for interstate highway construction, September 4, 1975
435, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Commission grant to aid in providing staff for Marshall University School of Medicine, September 9, 1975
436, Press Release, disaster assistance for Ohio and Marshall counties, flooding, September 3, 1975
437, Press Release, Annual Truckers Expo, Wheeling, August 28, 1975
438, Press Release, grants for completion of water projects at Buffalo Creek, September 2, 1975
439, Press Release, Community Development Grant for Harrison County from HUD, September 5, 1975
440, Sistersville added to National Register of Historic Places, August 15, 1975
441, Speech, West Liberty State College, Senator Howard Baker, speaker, September 10, 1975
442, Speech, Linsly Military School, Senator Baker, the speaker, Wheeling, W.Va., September 10, 1975
443, Press Release, Override the Presidential veto on oil price decontrol, September 10, 1975
444, Statement, Oil Price Decontrol, September 10, 1975
445, Statement, in the Senate regarding oil price decontrol and reprint from Record, September 10, 1975
446, Interview, Eliot Janeway, MBS, September 13, 1975
447, Press Release, President Ford to attend the Forest Festival, Elkins, W.Va., September 11, 1975
448, Press Release, Statement reopening of Kennedy assassination investigation, September 11, 1975
449, Speech, Potato Festival, Summerville, W.Va., September 13, 1975
450, Dedication, Monongalia County Public Health Center, Morgantown, W.Va., September 13, 1975
451, Statement, Rocking Chair not Senator Randolph’s style, Article by Harry Hoffman, from the Charleston Gazette, September 11, 1975
452, Press Release, GSA awarded contract to True Temper Corporation, Charleston, W.Va., September 11, 1975
453, Seventh Day Baptist Breakfast, Washington, D.C., Prayer speeches, September 14, 1975
454, Boot straps, Salem College publication, article regarding Brigadier General Yeager and Senator Randolph, Summer Issue 1975
455, Speech, W.Va. Chamber of Commerce Transportation, Washington, D.C., August 26, 1975
456, Senator and Mrs. Randolph guests of President and Mrs. Ford, aboard the yacht “Sequoia,” September 16, 1973
457, Press Release, Emergency Natural Gas Legislation, September 16, 1975
458, Press Release, W.Va. Coal Miners met with Senator Randolph, urged support for Black Lung Benefits Act, September 17, 1975
459, Speech, Dedication of Monongalia County Public Health Center, Morgantown, W.Va., September 13, 1975
460, Press Release, EPA awarded grants for sewage projects to Dunbar, Stonewood and Sissonville, W.Va., September 18, 1975
461, Interview, AP by Tom Raum regarding “slush fund,” Senator does not have one, September 18, 1975
462, Press Release, Senator says he will return to the Treasury the Federal pay raise increase for Senators, September 18, 1975
463, Speech, Dedication of Cardiac Catheterization Memorial Hospital, Charleston Medical Center, Charleston, W.Va., September 20, 1975
464, Press Release, regarding cancer – producing substances detected in the air, Belle, W.Va., September 19, 1975
465, Speech, Postal appreciation dinner for Senator Randolph, Charleston, W.Va., September 20, 1975
466, Speech, International Public Works Congress and Equipment Show, New Orleans, LA, September 22, 1975
467, Introduction, Wheeling W.Va. Senator Dick Clark, Ohio County, Democratic D., September 19, 1975
468, Press Release, Senator passed resolution to extend the Federal Coal Conversion program for six months, September 19, 1975
469, Statement, Senator Randolph introduces amendments to Natural Gas Emergency Act 1975, September 18, 1975
470, Press Release, Disaster damage in Ohio and Marshall counties and Senator, September 24, 1975
471, Statement, Reprint from Congressional Record Coal Conversion Energy Supply and Environmental Coordination Act, September 19, 1975
472, Press Release, Bicentennial Communities and Colleges, also group from May 21, 1975 designation, September 22, 1975
473, Press Release, Byrd Amendment regarding busing, Randolph commends Bryd, September 24, 1975
474, Press Release, GSA contract to True Temper Corporation, Charleston, W.Va., September 24, 1975
475, Article, “Senate Discusses the Sabbath” from The Sabbath Recorder, September 1975
476, Speech Material, “Waiting the Judgment Day from Windfall Church/Granville Summit, PA, May 16, 1975 to office October, 1975
477, White House Dinner, Mrs. Randolph and Senator guests, September 26 ,1975
478, Dedication Speech, Building for the Future, New Martinsville, W.Va., September 27, 1975
479, Press Release, New River as a Wild and Scenic River, September 29, 1975
480, Press Release, Charles Haden, nomination for District Judge in W.Va. set for hearings before Judiciary Committee, September 29, 1975
481, Statement, Congressional Record Reprint regarding Natural Gas shortages this winter, September 29, 1975
482, Press Release, Comments sought on Coal Use Proposal, September 29, 1975
483, Prayers, etc., Rev. William b. Adams, Bethesda, Maryland, also speech, Shooting the Rapids or The Last Domino, October, 1975
484, Press Release, EPA grants to four W.Va. projects, sewage treatment, September 30, 1975
485, Regarding Death of Dr. Daniel Hale of Bluefield, W.Va., September 30, 1975


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486, Speech, W.Va. Hospital Association, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., October 2, 1975
487, Statement, Doubled coal production forecast in Appalachia, reprint from Congressional Record, September 30, 1975
488, Press Release, meeting on upgrading of W.Va. Route #10, Governor Moore attended the meeting, October 3, 1975
489, Press Release, Jennings Randolph to Jim Haught, October 3, 1975
490, Speech, Jefferson Jackson Day Dinner, Glenville, W.Va. by Democratic Executive Committee of Gilmer County, October 4, 1975
492, Press Release, Senator urged HEW to expedite approval of revisions for the Braxton County Area Hospital, October 6, 1975
493, Speech, Farmers Home Administration, State Convention, Berkley Springs, W.Va., Cacapon State Park, October 7, 1975
494, Press Release, ARC approved grant to aid in construction of access road for New East Huntington Bridge, October 1, 1975
495, National Awareness Week Handicapped, October 2, 1975
496, Press Release, to upgrade U.S. Route #340 near Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, October 7, 1975
497, Press Release, GSA has approved funds for changes in the new Post Office and federal building in Elkins, October 8, 1975
498, Symposium on Energy, Mid Appalachian Region, Knoxville, Tennessee, October 16, 1975
499, Press Release, Acid Mine Drainage, Water Quality Commission to suggest program for abatement of acid mine drainage, October 14, 1975
500, Speech, National Rehabilitation Association, Bell Greve Award, Cincinnati, Ohio, October 12, 1975
501, Press Release, Clearcutting, Organic Act Bill by Senator Randolph to amend the 1897 Organic Act, Forestry, Timer Legislation, October 22, 1975
502, Statement, Congressional Record, comments regarding Foreign Policy, Sinai Agreement, October 9, 1975
503, Statement, Senator Randolph supports well reasoned Natural Gas Policies, October 8, 1975
504, Speech, Allegheny Airlines 49’ers Club, Pittsburgh, PA, October 11, 1975
505, Statement, Reprint from Congressional Record regarding Foreign Policy, etc., October 9, 1975
506, Dr. Daniel Hale dies in sleep, Princeton Community Hospital, October, 1975
507, Press Release, Department of Transportation grant to Bluefield, W.Va., Gateway Regional Transit Authority, October 16, 1975
508, Press Release, Marshall University Medical School application deferred, October 16, 1975
509, Interview, regarding office accounts, Danny West, Capitol Hill News Service, October 17, 1975
510, Press Release, EPA grant to Belington for water treatment project, October 20, 1975
510A, Speech, Prince George’s General Hospital, Cheverly, Maryland, October 19, 1975
511, Press Release, Bicentennial Designations, Fayetteville, Hamlin, and Berkeley County, October 20, 1975
512, Press Release, amendment to require gas-fired boilers to coal or oil, October 20, 1975
513, Statement, Hearings before Senate Judiciary Committee on nomination of Judge Charles H. Haden, II, October 21, 1975
514, Statement, amendment to make available gas to presently curtailed high priority users of natural gas, October 22, 1975
515, Business & Professional Women’s Club, Elkins, W.Va., Ms. Virginia R. Allan Speaker, October 25, 1975
516, Press Release, “Almost Heaven” ties given by L.S. Good Company to the Senator, October 24, 1975
517, Speech, Moorefield, W.Va. Dedication of Love Memorial Clinic, October 26, 1975
518, Testimonial Dinner for David D. Johnson, Philippi, W.Va., Alderson-Broaddus College, October 24, 1975
519, Press Release, Accelerated construction of Interstate Highways including W.Va. Turnpike, October 18, 1975
520, Introduction of Wilmer D. Mizell, Assistant Secretary for EDA, October 29, 1975
521, Introduction , AFL-CIO, Charleston, W.Va., Harrison A. Williams, Speaker, October 30, 1975
522, Press Release, House and Senate conferees agreed on legislation to aid in the education Handicapped children, October 31, 1975
523, October 31, 1975, Press Release, Plants to shut down because of Natural Gas Curtailment, October 31, 1975
524, Press Release, Highland Scenic Highway, House and Senate Conferees approved Appropriation for construction, November 5, 1975
525, Speech, Cincinnati, Ohio, Ohio Valley Improvement Association and Cincinnati Propellor Club, November 7, 1975
526, Press Release, W.Va. short-changed in the distribution of funds to support job creating project, November 5, 1975
527, Speech, Dedication of Monongalia General Hospital, Morgantown, W.Va., November 8, 1975
528, Speech, American Podiatry Association, Washington, D.C., “Health Legislation and the Podiatrist”
529, Letter to Editor of the Charleston Gazette, re: the Senator vote to confirm the Nomination of Earl J. Silbert, November 10, 1975
530, Interview, re: Taxi Service, Air Mail, etc., Statistics, November 6, 1975
531, Statement, Commission on the Operation of the Senate, November 11, 1975
532, Press Release, Opening of U.S. #48 at the Maryland-W.Va. border, Senator sent his requests, November 11, 1975
533, Press Release, letter to Kissinger asking for more rational control in foreign military sales, November 11, 1975
534, Press Release, JR urges Coalcon to select site in West Virginia, November 11, 1975
535, A. C. Barker, pioneer pilot honored, Morgantown, November 7, 1975
536, Press Release, Highway Bill approved by Committee, November 13, 1975
537, Statement, National Bicentennial Highway Safety Year, reprint of statement from Congressional Record, November 14, 1975
545, Press Release, funds approved for Ripley to renovate old high school, November 18, 1975
546, Press Release, Senate adopted amendment to the Common Situs Picketing Bill in support of a product, November 19, 1975
547, Press Release, statement on TVA Bond Ceiling increase, November 18, 1975
548, Speech, Rubber Manufacturing Association Legislative Panel, Washington, November 20, 1975
549, Press Release, Bicentennial Administration released funds for West Virginia projects, November 14, 1975
550, Press Release, JR urges ConRail to establish high priority for track repair for Amtrak, November 26, 1975
551, Speech, completion of cofferdam ceremony, R. D. Bailey Lake, Justice, November 29, 1975
552, Press Release, Federal Highway Administration status of the new St. Marys Bridge on Ohio River, November 24, 1975
553, Press Release, White House Conference on Handicapped Individuals, November 21, 1975
554, Press Release, Farmers Home Administration approved loan and grant to Barbour County for water system development, November 26, 1975
555, Statement, in United States Senate, regarding picketing by labor organizations, November 19, 1975
556, Press Release, “Blue Ridge” train will use new Amfleet series of cars, November 26, 1975
557, Press Release, silver medal presented to General Charles E. Yeager, the first man to fly faster than the speed of sound, December 12, 1975
558, Statement from the White House by the President, regarding handicapped children, December 2, 1975
559, Pictures, Mrs. Betty Ford and JR, Horshhorn Museum, Washington, October 14, 1975
560, Press Release, Conferees agreed to four year extension of Appalachian Regional Development Program, December 2, 1975
561, Statistics, Apportioned funds for Interstate to states, ARBA, December 23, 1975


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562, Speech, American Road Builders Association Conference, energy conservation in transportation and construction, Atlanta, Georgia, December 3, 1975
563, Speech, West Virginia Department of Welfare, symposium on trip program, Charleston, December 8, 1975
564, Press Release, conferees completed work on Hill to stimulate economy by work programs, December 9, 1975
565, Press Release, conference report regarding energy research and development, synthetic fuels development, December 9, 1975
566, Speech, Abraham Lincoln visits Harpers Ferry, Christmas event, December 9, 1975
567, Press Release, conversion of oil and gas burning power plants to coal, December 10, 1975
568, Press Release, hill slides in McMechen, Marshall County, December 10, 1975
569, Press Release, agricultural service will have allocation to purchase Tordon 10K for eradication of multiflora rose, December 19, 1975
570, Press Release, Senate passed Federal Aid Highway Act of 1975, December 12, 1975
571, Speech, Environmental Industry Conference, Washington, December 10, 1975
572, Press Release, amendment to pending tax reduction bill, extend housing credit for additional six months, December 15, 1975
573, Press Release, Senate gave final approval to Appalachian Development Program, December 16, 1975
574, Press Release, public works program to ease recession, December 17, 1975
575, Press Release, expand Federal loan guarantees for new underground coal production, December 17, 1975
576, Press Release, defense contract to Greenbrier Industries, Rainelle, December 19, 1975
576A, Press Release, Con Rail Railroad, Weirton-Ashtabula, Ohio interchange, December 20, 1975
577, Press Release, JR urged President Gerald Ford to sign Appalachian Regional Development program, December 22, 1975
578, JR trip to Elkins, Corridor H, December 23, 1975
579, Press Release, JR visits in Elkins, Center for Elderly in Belington, December 23, 1975
580, Press Release, President Gerald Ford has signed Energy Policy and Conservation Act, December 22, 1975
581, Statement, regarding Energy Policy and Conservation Act, December 16-17, 1975
582, Press Release, EDA approved grant to renovate high school at Ripley, December 16, 1975
583, Press Release, JR predicts West Virginia University will win Peach Bowl, Atlanta, Georgia, December 26, 1975
584, Press Release, JR requested inquiry into removal of photocopy machines in post offices, December 31, 1975
585, Statement, regarding Energy Research and Development Administration Conference, December 9, 1975
586, Article in News Leader regarding JR, December 31, 1975
586A, Reference Material, “The Peace Academy,” US News, December 29, 1975
587, Press Release, Senator gratified that the President signed the Appalachian Regional Development Act, January 2, 1976
588, Press Release, HEW grants for W.Va. and Community Services Administration Approved 9 W.Va. projects, January 6, 1976
589, Press Release, Community projects for Parsons-Tucker County Area, Meeting in Parsons, W.Va., January 6, 1976
590, Press Release, Senator announced that he will be a candidate for Delegate to the National Convention, he will support Senator Byrd, January 6, 1976
591, Speech, Dapper Dans, Steubenville, Ohio, Sam Huff also attended, January 11, 1976
592, Speech Material, Nation’s Founders, Jefferson’s belief, Article by Anthony Lewis from the Washington Star
593, Press Release, Conference with Frank Zarb, Admr. Federal Energy Administration, Recently signed Energy Bill, will help solve fuel problems, January 8, 1976
594, Press Release, Clean Air Act Amendments hearings set for January 20, 1976, January 9, 1976
595, Press Release, GSA will notify officials that the Dills Building in Parkersburg Will be declared surplus to federal needs, January 12, 1976
596, Speech, CPC Executive Seminar, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, January 12, 1976
597, Press Release, Peter Tarr Furnace, Weirton, W.Va., National Historic site, January 13, 1976
598, Press Release, Photocopy machines should be back in post offices, Senator met with Bailar, January 14, 1976
599, Press Release, Amtrak will probably begin service through Northern, W.Va., May 1st, Washington through W.Va. and to Kansas City, Missouri, January 15, 1976
600, Speech, National Conference on the Epilepsies, Washington, D.C., January 19, 1976
601, Article, by Senator in Construction Magazine, re: Construction Market and Changes for 1976, January 5, 1976
602, Speech, American Mining Congress, Washington, D.C., January 20, 1976
603, Press Release, Senator comments on the President’s State of the Union Address, January 20, 1976
604, Statement, Our Reclaimable Values, by William Randolph Hearst, Jr., Editorial Placed in Record by Senator, January 19, 1976
605, Statement, Senator Praises Stonewall Jackson, son of West Virginia, January 21, 1976
606, Press Release, 2nd Week of March to be “National Employ the Older Worker Week,” January 21, 1976
607, Bonding Bill offers an answer to Interstate dilemma, Senator wants to speed the construction of highways, January 22, 1976
608, Press Release, Bicentennial Communities and Colleges, January 16, 1976
609, Press Release, Marshall University received assurance of accreditation, January 22, 1976
610, WHIS-TV, March of Dimes, Tape for Bluefield, W.Va., January 22, 1976
611, Speech, Parking Garage Dedication, Clarksburg, W.Va., January 24, 1976
612, Press Release, National Energy Policy remarks from July to December 1975, compiled by Grundy, January, 1976
613, Speech, Taylor County Courthouse Groundbreaking Ceremony, Grafton, W.Va., January 24, 1976
614, Speech, North, W.Va. Norton Community Center, January 31, 1976
615, Speech, The Road Gang, Washington, D.C., Highway Program, January 22, 1976
616, Statement, Senator introduced the Synthetic Fuels Act of 1976, Reprint from Congressional Record, January 23, 1976
617, Introduction, Degree for Nelson A. Rockefeller, Salem College, Salem College Convocation, Salem, W.Va., January 26, 1976
618, Press Release, Photocopy machines to resume operation in U. S. Post Offices, January 27, 1976
619, Press Release, Conrail, Rail Reorganization Conferees approved a compromise Railroad Aid Bill, February 5, 1976, January 28, 1976
620, Press Release, Conferees agreement on an extension of Rehabilitation Act of 1973, January 28, 1976
621, Press Release, Telegram to the President, re: Congressional approval to the Local Public Works and Capital Investment Act, January 30, 1976
622, Press Release, Senior Citizens Center, Norton, W.Va., January 30, 1976
623, Speech, Bicentennial Youth Debates, Alderson-Broaddus College, City of Philippi, "The Continental Congress,” January 31, 1976
624, Press Release, Solid Waste Management, EPA, re: Ban the sale of non-refillable beverage containers, January 30, 1976
625, Prayer Breakfast, Washington, D. C., January 29, 1976
626, Press Release, Fourco Glass Company, Clarksburg, W.Va., February 1, 1976
627, Speech, Indiana Constructors Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada “Transportation in the Bicentennial Year,” February 2, 1976
628, Religion, Speech copies of Reverend Samuel Marshall, Parkersburg, W.Va., 1976
629, Introduction, W.Va. Labor Federation, AFL-CIO, Introduction of Senator Alan Cranston, Charleston, W.Va., February 4, 1976
630, Press Release, Statement in the Senate, re: Forest Timber Management Reprints from Record, February 4, 1976
631, Press Release, Clean Air Act Amendments approved by Committee, February 5, 1976
632, Press Release, Trade Commission, Letter to the President, re: Limit imports of certain alloy steels, February 6, 1976
633, Press Release, Loan for Fourco Glass Company, Clarksburg, W.Va., February 9, 1976
634, Speech, Outdoor Advertising Association of America, Hilton Head, South Carolina, February 8, 1976
635, Speech, Appalachian Regional Commission, Washington, D.C., February 11, 1976
636, Press Release, Nuclear Industry and Research Energy Programs, February 11, 1976
637, Speech, Solutions to Local Mass Transit problems, Raleigh, North Carolina, February 11, 1976
638, Press Release, Grants for two W.Va. projects, EPA, Huntington and South Charleston, Sewage Systems, February 12, 1976
639, Press Release, Mineral Development, New River Gorge, February 12, 1976
640, Press Release, Senator urges the Public works Bill, Veto by the President should be overridden, February 16, 1976


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641, National Health Service Corps., More Professional needed for State, February 16, 1976
642, Speech, American Roadbuilders Association, San Francisco, California Transportation, February 16, 1976
643, Speech, Chamber of Commerce Dinner, Eureka, California, February 16, 1976
644, Press Release, Legal Services Corporation, Legal Assistance for the poor, February 17, 1976
645, Press Release, HUD Grants for Community development programs, Parkersburg, Vienna, Wayne, Williamstown and Cameron, February 17, 1976
646, Telegram from the Senator to Mrs. Randolph for their Anniversary, February 18, 1976
647, Telegram to Paul N. Glover on his retirement, February 19, 1976
648, Speech, Lincoln County Bicentennial, also in folder the ARC grant for Lincoln County Care Center, February 22, 1976
649, Speech, Barboursville Bicentennial Commission, Flag presented, February 22, 1976
650, Senator conferred with Postmaster General Bailer, re: closing of post offices
651, Hearings, Concern expressed over impact of the Potomac River Historical Area Bill on Parks and Recreation areas, February 23, 1976
652, Press Release, Phillips Petroleum Campaign Contribution, Senator said he received no contribution, February 25, 1976
653, Press Release, Contract approval for McMechen hillside culvert and sub-drain system, February 20, 1976
655, Press Release, Grants for five W.Va. projects, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, February 25, 1976
656, Press Release, ARC funds for highway improvement of State Route #10, February 25, 1976
657, Press Release, Department of Transportation grant to the Tri-State Transit Authority in Huntington, W.Va., February 26, 1976
658, Press Release, National Credit Union Administration awarded charter for the Bluefield Credit Union, February 26, 1976
659, Press Release, Housing and Urban Development approved grants for three W.Va. projects, February 27, 1976
660, Press Release, to discuss anti-recession Public Works Bill, staff and White House, February 26, 1976
661, Speech, Salvation Army, Martinsburg, W.Va., also Press Release, February 28, 1976
662, Speech, Appalachian Bible Institute, Bradley, W.Va., February 29, 1976
663, Article, by Professor Thomas Ross, regarding Independence and the Revolutionary War and since, 1976
664, Press Release, Outdoor recreation grant for Mineral County, March 1, 1976
665, Press Release, EPA Grant for Charleston Wastewater treatment project, March 3, 1976
666, Speech, Religion, National Day of Prayer, Senator Hatfield, Speech and Statistics, Early American Colleges and Universities, February 27, 1976
667, Press Release, Letter to Henry Kissinger regarding Grain and Energy policies with Russia, also Eliot Janeway article on Oil via Russia, A Bargain Deal, March 4, 1976
668, Press Release, Public Works Committee will meet to develop a new anti-recession bill based on Public Works, March 4, 1976
669, From Cincinnati Post, Some Good News About America by Walt Seifert, Questions and Answers, February 13, 1976
670, Press Release, Veterans Administration grant to Marshall University School of Medicine, Huntington, March 5, 1976
671, Press Release, Randolph introduced legislation to require the Postal Service to have hearings prior to the closing of a post office, March 5, 1976
672, Telegram to Mrs. Wright Patman, Mr. Patman is deceased, March 7, 1976
673, Charles Carroll, A signer’s story, Magazine Smithsonian, March 31, 1976
674, Speech, League of Postmasters of the U.S., Arlington, Virginia, March 9, 1976
675, Press Release, Norton Community Building, Baton given to the Senator by the Norton School Band, February 2, 1976
676, Press Release, Import relief for our nation’s specialty steel industry Trade negotiations marketing agreement regarding import levels, March 17, 1976
677, Press Release, Bill to increase jobs to ease unemployment in the Construction Industry, March 11, 1976
678, Religion Program, The Church of the Pilgrims. Presbyterian, Washington, D.C., March 14, 1976
679, Speech, Sales Association of the Paper Industry, New York City, New York, March 15, 1976
680, Dinner, Honoring U.S. Senator James Oliver Eastland, Jackson, Mississippi, March 8, 1976
681, Press Release, HUD Block Grant to City of Charleston, W.Va., March 16, 1976
682, Press Release, Bicentennial Communities, 15 new ones added, W.Va. now has 69 Bicentennial Cities, etc., March 17, 1976
683, Program, 48th Anniversary Dinner, Sons of St. Patrick, Washington, D.C., March 17, 1976
684, Press Release, Hearings to be held on the Black Lung Benefits Reform Act, March 17, 1976
685, Press Release, Statement regarding closing of Clarksburg Community College of Fairmont State College, March 18, 1976
686, Press Release, Senate, House Conferees completed work on a new Highway Bill, March 19, 1976
687, Speech, Mock Democratic National Convention, Huntington, W.Va., March 20, 1976
688, Speech, World Affairs Institute, Morgantown, W.Va., March 19, 1976
689, Speech, Hearings both House and Senate regarding Forestry Bill, March 23, 1976
690, Speech, Hearings on Black Lung Legislation Labor and Public Welfare, March 23, 1976
691, Press Release, Salute to Fairmont High School Band, who appeared at Festival of States, St. Petersburg, Florida, March 23, 1976
692, Press Release, Grant to Tri-State Transit Authority, Huntington, W.Va. from Department of Transportation, March 24, 1976
693, Senator Randolph marks 52 years as a member of the Lions Club, March, 1976
694, Press Release, Amtrak payment to Chessie System withdrawal could cause delay in Rail Service schedule, March 25, 1976
695, Prayer Breakfast, Senator Strom Thurmond, the speaker, March 17, 1976
696, Statement, Coal Mine Disaster Hearings, March 24, 1976
697, Speech, “The Older Veteran” placed in the National Legislative News, Legion Day on Capitol Hill, March 31, 1976
698, Speech, Photographs, Glass Container Manufacturing Institute, Phoenix Arizona, Published Material, March 29, 1976
699, Press Release, Interview: Danny West Re: Rowlesburg Project, March 31, 1976
700, Speech, Cancer Crusade, Charleston, West Virginia, Luncheon Agenda, March 20, 1976
701, Press Release, Senator Randolph to serve as Honorary Chairman in West Virginia for Byrd’s Presidential campaign, March 24, 1976
702, “Most Exclusive Club” article, March 31, 1976
703, Speech, Rehabilitation Hearings, March 31, 1976
704, Press Release, Training program for Coal Mine Technicians, March 31, 1976
706, Press Release and Article, Shakespearean Festival in Harper’s Ferry, April 1, 1976
706a, Press Release, Chuck Yeager, Medal of Honor, April 1, 1976
707, Press Release, Farmer’s Home Administration Grants and Loans, Two Water Systems in Kanawha Valley, April 1, 1976
708, Press Release, Senate Democratic Conference proposal, April 1, 1976
709, Press Release, Fish and Wildlife Service Grant for Leetown, West Virginia Laboratory, April 6, 1976
710, Press Release, Construction Industry, April 6, 1976
711, Press Release, Urban Mass Transportation Administration Grant, April 6, 1976
712, Magazine, Hugh Sidey article, Article copies, February, 1976
713, Press Release, U. S. Office of Education, funds for Higher Education, April 7, 1976
714, Speech, Hearing Re: Purchase of property on North Capitol Street for Senate use, April 8, 1976
715, Speech, Craigsville Library Groundbreaking, Article, April 10, 1976
716, Programs, Amen Corner, Senatory McIntyre Introduction, Article (Congressional Record)
717, Article, Sabbath Sentinel Magazine, Article by Randolph, 3/1976
718, Speech, Samuel James Frankman Recognition Dinner, April 9, 1976
719, Speech, Dedication of Richwood Water Treatment Plant, New Leader Article, Press Release, April 10, 1976
720, Press Release, Public Works Employment, April 9, 1976
721, Press Release, Floor Statement, Re: Public Works Employment Act, Article, Speech, April 12, 1976


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722, Press Release, Senator requested that the action on the Potomac River Historical Area bill be laid aside for the present session of Congress, April 12, 1976
723, Tape, Senator Vance Hartke, Indiana, Senator Randolph for Hartke, April 13, 1976
724, Press Release, Grant to Hepzibah Public Service District from EPA Sewage System, April 15, 1976
725, Speech, Bicentennial Kick off Banquet, Williamson, W.Va., “American Today: The Strength of our Heritage,” April 19, 1976
726, Press Release, Senator urged continuation of increased tariffs on foreign earthenware and tableware, April 16, 1976
727, Speech, Southern West Virginia Community College, Williamson, W.Va., “Educational Challenge in our Democracy,” April 19, 1976
728, Press Release, Letter to Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld questioning U.S. Policies to Russia, April 16, 1976
729, Speech, Harpers Ferry, W.Va., Jefferson County Democratic Dinner, Introduction of Senator Byrd
730, Reference Material, regarding American Cancer Society, April 9, 1976
731, Speech, W.Va. Council for Geographical Education, Arthurdale, April 23, 1976
732, Reference Material, Long-Range Economic Planning in a Free Society, Edited report to file, April, 1976
733, Press Release, Coal Conversion can reduce consumer electric costs, April 23, 1976
734, Speech, Conference on National Leadership, Arlington, Virginia, “A View from Congress,” April 24, 1976
735, Press Release, Senator believes the President will sign the new Highway Construction Bill, April 27, 1976
736, Statement, Lower Consumer Energy costs are possible through Coal Conversion, April 26, 1976
737, Magazine Article, Mountain League Publication of W.Va. League of Postmasters, April, 1976
738, Speech, W.Va Northern Community College, Weirton, W.Va. Dedication of Weirton Campus, May 2, 1976
739, Speech, Testimonial dinner honoring Robert Moses, New York Public Works Historical Society, April 27, 1976
740, Article, by Senator Randolph for the Success Magazine regarding “They Signed for our Independence,” July issue of the magazine, July 4, 1976
741, Press Release, handicapped award to JR on 40th anniversary of Randolph-Sheppard Act, April 19, 1976
742, West Virginia Society, son and daughter banquet, Washington, West Virginia, May 8, 1976
743, Press Release, grant for Fourco Company, Clarksburg, April 22, 1976
744, Press Release, grant for amphitheater, Harpers Ferry, April 30, 1976
745, Press Release, HEW grant to Mingo County, Economic Opportunity Commission, headstart program, April 30, 1976
746, Press Release, statement to Danny West, regarding abortion, April 30, 1976
747, Speech, dedication of New River Bridge, Hinton, May 1, 1976
748, Dinner, White House Correspondents Association, May 1, 1976
749, Tape, Highway Users Federation, regarding dangerous bridges, Mutual Network Broadcast, May 3, 1976
750, Speech, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Cumberland, Maryland, May 4, 1976
751, Press Release, president signs new highway bill, White House ceremony, May 5, 1976
752, Statement, Federal energy research on coal gasification and liquefaction is deficient, May 7, 1976
753, Press Release, Public Works Committee has approved legislation to continue EDA programs for three years, May 6, 1976
754, Speech, Potomac State College commencement, Keyser, May 9, 1976
755, Press Release, Martinsburg Veterans Administration Hospital, Baltimore Sun article, telegram to President Ford, May 5, 1976
756, Speech, “United States Energy Independence is in Greater Jeopardy,” American Mining Congress Coal Show, Detroit, Michigan, May 10, 1976
757, Speech, Postmasters Training Seminar, Jackson’s Mill, May 10, 1976
758, Speech, Marshall University performance of “The Chief Justice: John Marshall,” The Kennedy Center, Washington, May 11, 1976
759, Speech, West Virginia State Day luncheon, Washington, May 12, 1976
760, Speech, Main Arch Span, New River Bridge, Fayetteville, May 13, 1976
761, Press Release, Martinsburg Veterans Administration Hospital replacement, May 13, 1976
762, Speech, Knights of Columbus Annual State Convention, Martinsburg, May 15, 1976
763, Senate Youth Program, Randolph A. Hearst luncheon, pictures and program, May 19, 1976
764, Honorary Degree for JR, Wheeling College, May 9, 1976
765, Introduction of C. Howard Hardesty, Jr., commencement speaker, Salem College, May 16, 1976
766, Press Release, grant for zoo at Oglebay Park, Wheeling May 17, 1976
767, Speech, National Elevator Industry, Inc., Phoenix, Arizona, May 16-20, 1976
768, Press Release, Federal energy research, ERDA plans for coal liquefaction facility, Chesapeake, May 20, 1976
769, Article, Wall Street Journal, by Eric Morgenthaler, regarding change on campus, May 18, 1976
770, Speech, “America Unfolds,” parade and bicentennial celebration, Shepherdstown, May 22, 1976
771, Press Release, ARC grant for water system for Arden, Tracy and Nestorville, Barbour counties, May 25, 1976
772, Press Release, Farmers Home Administration approved funds for water systems in Mason County, also loan to Point Pleasant, May 25, 1976
773, Press Release, coal production should not be permitted to destroy roads, May 26, 1976
774, Press Release, funds approved for Amtrak route, Washington to Cincinnati, then Chicago to Kansas City, May 26, 1976
775, Speech, Herbert Hoover High School commencement, Charleston Civic Center, Charleston, May 27, 1976
776, Press Release, Senator urged approval of an evening train to Harpers Ferry, May 27, 1976
777, Press Release, Allegheny flight changes, Clarksburg, Morgantown-Fairmont, areas and Washington, May 26, 1976
778, Interview, with Jeff Silverman of Citizens for Highway safety for their publication, May 6, 1976
779, Press Release, Bicentennial Communities Coal Mountain, Lake Washington, Winfield, Armed Forces installations, Naval Radio Station, Sugar Grove, May 31, 1976
780, Press Release, Dept. of Transportation to accelerate a study regarding Turnpike upgrading and other portions of Interstate Highway System, June 1, 1976
781, Press Release, Block Grant for Clarksburg Housing Authority, Low Rent from HUD, June 1, 1976
782, Press Release, Nature Center at Oglebay Park, Wheeling, W.Va., Grant from ARC, June 2, 1976
783, Press Release, ARC Grant for Health Center, Charleston and Kanawha County, June 2, 1976
784, Press Release, Black Lung Legislation, Senator’s comments following statement of Donald Bryant, June 2, 1976
785, Press Release, Water System for the Chestnut Ridge Water System to serve Arden, Lacy and Nestorville in Barbour County, June 2, 1976
786, Press Release, Elk Creek Watershed project, Harrison, Barbour and Upshur Counties, June 3, 1976
787, Magazine Article, 76 Americans for ’76, Randolph listed, January, 1976
788, Hearings, Elk Creek Watershed, June 2, 1976
789, Press Release, Allegheny Airlines will revise their schedule in Clarksburg, Washington, D.C., June 3, 1976
790, Speech, Izaak Walton League of America, Greenbrier County Youth Camp, Anthony, W.Va., June 7, 1976
791, Greetings, Testimonial to Mike Sinicropi, President of Weirtonian Lodge No. 183 Italian Sons, June 4, 1976
792, Speech, General Federation of Women’s Clubs, Philadelphia, PA, June 14, 1976
793, Speech, Salem Seventh Day Baptist Church, Salem, W.Va., June 5, 1976
794, Press Release, Senate and House Conferees agreed to compromise on Public Works Construction Bill, June 9, 1976
795, Interview, AP by Jenifer Kerr regarding Senator’s vote at the Democratic Convention, June 7, 1976


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796, Speech, Baker Veterans Center 30th Anniversary Celebration materials, Celebration Materials, June 13, 1976
797, Speech, Lions Club Convention, Charleston, West Virginia, Notes, Press Release, Articles, June 12, 1976
798, Meeting, Chief John McGuire, Letter from McGuire Re: Forestry, June 11, 1976
799, Press Release, Guyandotte River Basin, Public Works approval Re: Flood Control June 15, 1976
800, Press Release, Wood County Parks and Recreation Commission, Dedication, Parkersburg, West Virginia, June 15, 1976
801, Press Release, Loan Guarantee Program for expansion of underground coal mines, June, 16, 1976
802, Program, Strawberry Festival Buckhannon, West Virginia, June 5, 1976
803, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Commission, Sun Valley Public Service District Grant, June 9, 1976
804, Press Release, Public Works Employment Bill, Construction Funds, June 16, 1976
805, Press Release, Mining and Safety Administration, June 11, 1976
806, Press Release, Hearings Re: Elk Creek Watershed Project, June 18, 1976
807, Press Release, Moratorium on closure of small post offices, Miscellaneous periodicals, Articles, June 14, 1976
808, Press Release, Block Grant for Wheeling, West Virginia, from Department of Housing and Urban Development, June 17, 1976
809, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Committee for Education Resource Center for six counties, June 18, 1976
810, Speech, Water and Waste Water Equipment Manufacturing Association, Washington, D. C., June 18, 1976
811, Speech, Event Material, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia Heritage Days, The Black Perspective, Poster, June 19, 1976
812, Speech, 40th Anniversary of Randolph-Sheppard Act, Program Article, June 19, 1976
813, Press Release, Veterans Administration, New Medical School at Marshall University, June 21, 976
814, Press Release, Public Health Services, Grant to Valley Health Systems, Inc., Huntington, West Virginia, June 21, 1976
815, Press Release, Bluefield Citizens Meeting, June 21, 1976
816, Press Release, Elkins Program, June 22, 1976
Press Release, Grant for West Virginia University Research Training Center, June 22, 1976
818, Press Release, Grant from ARC for U.S. Track and Field, Hall of Fame, June Press Release, Grant for West Virginia University Research Training Center, June 22, 1976
818, Press Release, Grant from ARC for U.S. Track and Field, Hall of Fame, June 23, 1976
819, Press Release, Gallipolis Locks and Dam modernization, June 23, 1976
820, Press Release, ARC Grant for Taylor County, Vocational Education Complex, Grafton, West Virginia, Program, June 23, 1976
821, Press Release and drafts; ARC Grants
822, Report, U.S. Department of Transportation, West Virginia Highway Project, June 22, 1976
823, Press Release, Grant to Bethany College from office of Education, June 25, 1976
824, Press Release, Grant to West Virginia for Children’s Recreation Activities, June 25, 1976
825, Press Release, GSA Contract to True Temper Corporation, June 25, 1976
Press Release, U.S. Public Health Service Grant to Bluestone Health Association, June 25, 1976
Press Release, Solid Waste Bill reported to Senate, June 25, 1976
828, Speech, Bicentennial Celebrations, Photographs, June 25, 1976
829, Senate Bill 3105 Amendment Material, Correspondence, Bill 3015, June 25, 1976
830, Speech, National Environmental Health Association, Speech, Program, June 27, 1976
831, Press Release, Clarksburg Grants/Wheeling Family Medicine, Jimmy Carter Dinner, Letter from Wallace Hyde, June 28, 1976
Press release, EPA Grant for Webster Springs Public Service District, June 29, 1976
833, Press Release, ARC grants for West Virginia projects Lakin State Hospital Child Health Program, Water System, June 29, 1976
834, Luncheon, National Youth Governor’s Conference, YMCA, June 28, 1976
835, Press Release, Grant from ARC for the flood proofing project at Wheeling Hospital, June 29, 1976
836, Press Release, Contract to Pennzoil Company, Vienna, W.Va. for oil recovery system, Energy Research and Development Administration, June 30, 1976
837, Press Release, Post Office closings have been deferred until further notice, June 30, 1976
838, Press Release, Federal Energy Administration urged orders to finalize conversion of electric power plans to coal burning facilities, June 30, 1976
839, Press Release, ARC grants to W.Va., projects Health Clinic, etc., Physicians to be recruited, June 29, 1976
840, Luncheon, National Youth Science Camp, Washington, D.C., July 30, 1976
841, Press Release, ARC Grant to aid in the construction of a swimming pool and bath house at Wardensville, June 29, 1976
842, Press Release, Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Air and Space Museum dedication, July 1, 1976
843, Press Release, Public Meeting set for August 16, Williamson to present details regarding alleviate flooding in the Tug Fork Valley, July 1, 1976
844, Press Release, Senate passed bill to help states and communities to develop waste programs, June 30, 1976
845, Press Release, EDA programs extended for three years, July 2, 1976
846, Statement, Floor statement regarding job opportunities program amendment, July 2, 1976
847, Press Release, ARC grant for Salem College in connection with the Trainer, Good Samaritan Home, Inc., July 2, 1976
848, Press Release, grants for W.Va. projects from various Federal Agencies and Developments, July 2, 1976
849, Dedication, Federal Building, Elkins, W.Va. Bicentennial Birthday Dinner, by American Legion, Elkins, W.Va., July 4, 1976
850, Statement, Supreme Court Black Lung Decision, July, 1976
851, Press Release, Letter to HUD regarding Lippert Terrace Housing Project in Charleston, W.Va., July 2, 1976
852, Press Release, Farmers Home Administration loan for construction of elderly housing project, Belington, W.Va., June 25, 1976
853, Press Release, Letter to Federal Power Commission to review the application of Consolidated Gas Corporation to be held at Jane Lew, July 6, 1976
854, Press Release, Senator’s statement regarding President’s Veto of the Public Works Employment Act, July 7, 1976
855, Press Release, Judge Maxwell decided he would “forego” at this time the opportunity to serve as member of the U.S. Court of Appeals, July 9, 1976
856, Senator visited the Parkersburg Arts Center and the Theatre Guild, Parkersburg, W.Va., July 17, 1976
857, Statement, Six Amendments to S. 3105, ERDA Appalachian National Energy Laboratory to be established, June 25, 1976
858, Speeches, Groundbreaking, Parkersburg, W.Va., Wood County Airport Terminal Building and Mountwood Park, July 17, 1976
859, Program, Luncheon for the Queen of England, The Capitol, Washington, D.C., July 8, 1976
860, Press Release, Grant from Department of Transportation for TRIP, July 20, 1976
861, Press Release, Community Services Administration grant for three W.Va. programs, July 20, 1976
862, Democratic Convention, New York City, New York, July 1976
863, Press Release, Senate voted to override the Veto by the President on Public Works Jobs Bill, July 21, 1976
864, Press Release, Office of Education grant to Mineral County for preschool program for the handicapped children, July 21, 1976
865, Speech, Senate Prayer Breakfast, Washington, D.C., July 21, 1976
866, Award, Senator received Doctor of Laws Degree from Gallaudet College, Washington, D.C., May 17, 1976
867, Press Release, Recreational facilities at Bluestone Lake to be upgraded, July 23, 1976
868, Press Release, Senator comments on the Veto of the Public Works Jobs Bill by President Ford, July 27, 1976


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870, Press Release, Weirton Housing Project for elderly, HUD approval, May 28, 1976
871, Press Release, Senator Randolph advocated interim relief for the Clarksburg area pending revision of State Air Pollution Control requirements, July 28, 1976
872, Speech, Watermelon Day Celebration, Independence, W.Va., August 1, 1976
873, Press Release, Federal interim relief for small coal producers is not available says EPA, August 2, 1976
874, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Charleston, W.Va., Jimmy Carter to be the speaker, August 14, 1976
875, Press Release, Funds for W.Va. from Office of Education, provide for Children from low- Income families, August 3, 1976
876, Press Release, HUD grant for Community Development Block Grant to Upshur County, Water Project, August 4, 1976
877, Press Release, Amendment by Senator Randolph to Clean Air Act, passed by vote 83-1, August 4, 1976
878, Reference material 1948 Presidential Campaign Truman, a winning speaker article by Jennings Randolph Quarterly Journal of Speech
879, Press Release, EPA to determine if air pollution tests based on visability can be replaced, August 5, 1976
880, Press Release, FEA Extension Act contains provision for making loan guarantees to small coal producers for expansion of underground coal mines, August 5, 1976
881, Press Release, Education Grants for Handicapped, Scholarships and Student Loan program, August 6, 1976
882, Press Release, HUD grants to Grant County Public Service District for Water System, August 6, 1976
883, Press Release, Farmers Home Administration funds for 3 W.Va. projects, Greenbrier Public Service, Walton and Sun Valley Public Service, August 6, 1976
884, Press Release, Hancock County Sheltered Workshop representatives had meeting with Senator regarding expansion of the Weirton Project for retarded children, August 9, 1976
885, Press Release, Jimmy Carter had meeting with Senator, discussed jobs bill, etc., August 9, 1976
886, Daniel Webster Quote, regarding constitution, August 10, 1976
887, Article, Women outnumber men, most likely to vote: middle-aged and up statistics, June, 1976
888, Press Release, Schedule of activities by Randolph during legislative recess, August 9, 1976
889, Article, U.S. News and World Report Millionaires in Congress, March 1, 1976
890, Press Release, New Post Office for Harpers Ferry
891, Picture, Dedication of Col. William Louether Meeting House, Salem, W.Va., May 30, 1976
892, Press Release, Hill-Burton Grant from U.S. Public Health Service for the Upper Kanawha Health Center at Cedar Grove, W.Va., August 10, 1976
893, Articles, on Senator Randolph by Joe Huffman, Wheeling News Register
894, Press Release, $150,000 grant/$215,000 loan, Cottageville Public Service District, August 11, 1976
895, Special Guest, National Aeronautic Association salutes Pioneer Airline Pilots, Dinner
896, Speech, Bicentennial Address, West Virginia, State Baptist Convention, August 12, 1976
897, Speech, Legislative Achievements/Subcommittee Handicapped, Quota Club, Luncheon Beckley, W.Va., August 21, 1976
898, Press Release, Energy Conservation and Production Act, Morganton, W.Va., August 13, 1976
899, Health Care Resources, Joint Civics Club Luncheon/Marshall University, August 16, 1976
900, Speech, New National Approaches for Health Care, Rumsey Vocational Center, Martinsburg, W.Va., August 15, 1976
901, Press Release, Completion of Corridor E between Morgantown and Cumberland, August 12, 1976
902, Article, Researching TV’s Effect on Behavior, The Washington Star, Ned Scharff, August 8-9, 1976
903, Press Release, Defense Supply Agency contract $2,856,763 to Armstrong Products Company, Huntington, W.Va., August 16, 1976
904, Press Release, HUD $370,000 grant to Harrison County for Water Sewer System replacement, August 17, 1976
904a, Telegram, Greetings to Miss West Virginia during Miss America Pageant, September 10, 1976
905, Speech, Veterans Administration Hospital Care, VFW National Convention, New York City, August 17, 1976
906, Article, “Smiles and Scowl’s” regarding Maritime Union Campaign Contribution, Charleston, Gazette, August 14, 1976
906a, Press Release, HEW grants totaling $1,021,782 to W.Va. Department of MH/Multi-Cap Charleston, W.Va., August 27, 1976
907, Press Release, 37th Anniversary of National Aviation Day, August 18, 1976
908, Press Release, HUD awards $400,000 grant to Roane County Commission in Spencer for Walton water, August 25, 1976
909, Letter, to W.Va. Legislature, Coal Utilization by TVA, 1974 material also included, August 6, 1976
910, Press Release, Senator declines FEA’s invitation to Public Forum on Coal in Denver, August 28, 1976
911, Press Release, EDA will award $18,750 grant to Pocahontas County Commission/ SNOWSHOE, August 23, 1976
912, Press Release, Senate passed amendment regarding closing small post offices, August 23, 1976
913, Address, Music ’76 sponsored by NPS and Marriott on Washington Monument grounds, August 21, 1976
914, Press Release, Amendment to Section 404/Water Distribution Control, August 26, 1976
915, Press Release, Senate Debate, Forest Management, Randolph Amendments, August 25, 1976
916, Comparison of Senate Activity (1972-1976) Congressional Record, August 10, 1976
917, Speech, Jefferson-Jackson Day Reception/Dinner, Charleston, W.Va., August 14, 1976
917a, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner Programs, Charleston, 1976
918, Press Release, Conference regarding FAA’s Downgrading of Supervisory Personnel/ Air Traffic Control, August 28, 1976
919, Speech, Air Transportation Association, Washington, D.C., August 27, 1976
920, Press Release, Nomination of Judge Hall, approval of Judy Copenhaver, August 30, 1976
921, Press Release, ARC grants, $57,000 to Roane County Commission, $53,000 to Jefferson EDC, August 30, 1976
922, Press Release, EPA Grant $45,000 to Huntington Division of Houdaille Industries, August 30, 1976
923, Floor Statement, support for New River bill for Blue Ridge Project, August 31, 1976
924, Article, Washington Star regarding Dr. G. M. Docherty’s retirement/N.Y. Avenue, Presbyterian Church, August 27, 1976
925, Articles, Cherry River Navy Festival Parade, August 18-19, 1976
926, Press Release, Office of Education grants $697,634 (T) for College University Upward Bound, August 31, 1976
927, Press Release, Senate Subcommittee on Labor receipts, Black Lung bill to Labor and Public Welfare, August 31, 1976
928, Press Release, Hill-Burton grant (HEW) $728,624 to Courtland Acres Nursing Home in Thomas, W.Va., August 31, 1976
929, Speech, Voice of America, Program on W.Va., September 1, 1976
930, Press Release, completion of AMTRAK station, Parkersburg, W.Va., September 1, 1976
931, Press Release, HUD grants totaling $1,114,300 for Junior Martinsburg/Talcott-Hilldale, September 2, 1976
932, Press Release, DOT grant $560, 302 to Central, W.Va., Regional Airport Authority/ Kanawha Airport, September 3, 1976
933, Press Release, VA Hospital Addition, Huntington, W.Va., September 3, 1976
934, Press Release, Harrison County United Fund Drive, September 3, 1976
935, Press Release, Jennings Randolph’s Letter to Frank Zarb (FEA) regarding escalating energy prices, September 3, 1976
936, Speech, National League of Postmasters Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, September 6, 1976
937, Press Release, U.S. Energy Independence will not be achieved without greater coal utilization, September 7, 1976
938, Speech, American Iron and Steel Institute, Washington, D.C., September 8, 1976
939, Press Release, Jennings Randolph asks Zarb (FEA) to furnish analysis regarding freeze of Domestic Crude Oil prices, September 8, 1976
940, Press Release, Jennings Randolph meeting with FAA and Mercer County, September 8, 1976
941, Press Release, DOT grant $21,941 to Eastern, W.Va. Regional Airport Authority/ Martinsburg, September 9, 1976
942, Press Release, Jennings Randolph advised by U.S. Public Health Service that funding Forthcoming for Marshall University, September 10, 1976


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943, Speech, Lewis County Chamber of Commerce honors Jennings Randolph at Annual Membership Dinner Meeting, September 11, 1976
944, Press Release, DOT grant $50,327 to Tri-State Transit Authority in Huntington, W.Va., September 13, 1976
945, Speech, Jennings Randolph urges Congress to expedite action on emergency natural gas legislation, September 13, 1976
946, Press Release, Jennings Randolph/Cranston secure favorable Committee Action on Vest Omnibus Health Care Act, September 13, 1976
947, Press Release, DOT grant $500,670 to Tri-State Airport Authority in Huntington, W.Va., September 13, 1976
948, Interview, with Steve Gill (WOWK-TV/Huntington) regarding Bridge Replacement in W.Va., September 10, 1976
949, Press Release, Senate passed legislation appropriating $3.96 billion/Public Works Bill, September 10, 1976
950, Press Release, Department of Labor gives certification for 279 workers from BWI to harvest apples, September 14, 1976
951, Press Release, PHS Hill-Burton grant $128,781 for Logan Mingo Area Mental Health Center, September 14, 1976
952, Press Release, Water Resources Development Act, Construction of Gallipolis Lock, September 15, 1976
953, Press Release, Opening of final section of Corridor E Appalachian Highway System, September 15, 1976
954, Floor Statement, Jennings Randolph’s Tribute to Senator Mike Mansfield, September 16, 1976
955, Award Nomination, Wright Brothers Memorial Trophy, Air Transport Association for Jennings Randolph, September, 1976
956, Press Release, EPA Grant $73,220 to St. Albans for assistance in wastewater facility, September 17, 1976
957, Press Release, Jennings Randolph regrets inability to attend W.Va. Wildlife Federation Annual Report, September 17, 1976
958, Press Release, Community Services Administration grants totaling nearly $1 million, September 17, 1976
959, Speech, Jennings Randolph introduces Senator Birch Bayh at the Annual Roosevelt- Truman Dinner (Parkersburg), September 21, 1976
960, Press Release, U.S. Health Service Grant of $240,000 to Marshall University Medical School, September 17, 1976
961, Press Release, Jennings Randolph urges provision of interpreters at Presidential Debates, September 20, 1976
962, Program, Magna Carta Presentation Ceremony at the Capitol Rotunda, June 3, 1976
963, Press Release, DOT Grant $524,097 to Central, W.Va. Regional Airport Authority, September 20, 1976
964, Quote, “A Plea for Provincialism” Henry Watterson (1874) Georgetown College, Kentucky
965, Testimony, Jennings Randolph before FTC regarding Raymond Lee Organization, September 20, 1976
966, Press Release, Jennings Randolph urges President Gerald Ford to present special metal to General Chuck Yeager, September 20, 1976
967, Press Release, FHA grants totaling $2,768,000 for four West Virginia projects, September 20, 1976
968, Press Release, United States Public Health Service Grants totaling $152,800 for three West Virginia projects, September 21, 1976
969, Press Release, Senate-House Conference Committee accepts Jennings Randolph provision to extend air pollution compliance to July 1, 1980, September 21, 1976
970, Press Release, EDA grant, $358,000 to Jefferson County to develop Bardane Industrial Park, September 22, 1976
971, Press Release, EPA grants totaling $2,529,850 for five West Virginia projects, September 22, 1976
972, Press Release, DOT grants for development of master plan, Kanawha Airport/Putnam County Airport, September 23, 1976
973, Press Release, $97,000 grant to Monongalia County Board of Education to increase literacy, September 23, 1976
974, Press Release, Senate passes Senate-House Conference report to extend Public Works and Economic Development Act for three years, September 24, 1976
975, Press Release, education amendments of 1976, include Jennings Randolph’s coal mining technician program, September 24, 1976
976, Press Release, Jennings Randolph’s testimony before Senate Subcommittee on Aerospace Technology and National Needs, September 28, 1976
977, Press Release, Jennings Randolph’s nephew, Randolph Carr, died at George Washington Hospital after month-long illness, September 27, 1976
978, Speech, Richard Grundy delivers Jennings Randolph’s address, American Mining Conference Convention, Denver, Colorado, September 27, 1976
979, Press Release, multiple use, sustained yield provision accepted by Senate-House conferees, September 28, 1976
980, Speech, American Public Works Association banquet, Las Vegas Hilton Hotel, September 29, 1976
981, HEW Grant, $399,748 for Chattaroy/Mingo Satellite Mental Health Clinic, September 29, 1976
982, Press Release, United States Army Corps of Engineers, will give technical assistance to St. Albans, September 29, 1976
983, Statement, final consideration of S. 2150, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, September 30, 1976
984, Press Release, HEW and ARC grants, Montgomery General Hospital, September 30, 1976
985, Press Release, ARC grant, $50,000 to Upper Kanawha Health Association for Cedar Grove Health Center, October 1, 1976
986, Press Release, Rural Electrification Administration Loan $6,550,000 to W.Va. Telephone Utilities, October 1, 1976
987, Press Release, EPA Grant $182,000 to Sanitary Board of South Charleston, Co-Disposal Project, October 1, 1976
988, Statement, Jennings Randolph comments on Secretary Butz’ resignation, October 4, 1976 989, Forest Festival, October 7-9, 1976
990, Statement, Jennings Randolph introduces Resolution supporting PBS petition to FCC to Reserve line 21 of TV broadcast signal for hearing impaired, September 29, 1976
991, Article, Jennings Randolph at home among the People, by Alan Rosenberg, (Herald Dispatch), September 26, 1976
992, Meeting/Telegram, National “Employ the Handicapped” Week, October 6, 1976
993, Statement, Jennings Randolph comments on Congress override of H.R. 14232 as it affects Handicapped, October 4, 1976
994, Press Release, EPA Grant $1,086,264, to Bluefield Sanitary Board Wastewater Works, October 7, 1976
995, Statement, Jennings Randolph on Governor Carter after Presidential Debate II, October 7, 1976
996, Speech, Ground-breaking ceremonies, Laurel View Apartments, Belington, October 8, 1976
997, Speech, Mountwood Park Ground-breaking Ceremonies, October 9, 1976
998, Press Release, Elizabeth Kee Federal Building, Bluefield, W.Va., October 2, 1976
999, Voter Turnout Statistics, (1960-1976)
1000, Press Release, Veterans Disability Compensation and Survivor Benefits Act/SIGNED, October 13, 1976
1002, Speech, Jennings Randolph introduces Jay Rockefeller, Mineral County Demo Pre-Election Dinner, October 14, 1976
1003, Speech, Jennings Randolph introduces Jay Rockefeller, Jefferson County Demo Association Dinner, October 15, 1976
1004, Speech, “West Virginia & American Revolution,” West Virginia Historical Society, Charleston, W.Va., October 16, 1976
1005, Speech, Raleigh County Democratic Executive Committee Dinner, Beckley, W.Va., October 16, 1976
1006, Press Release, EPA Grant $529,420 to Malden PSD for wastewater plant at Belle, October 18, 1976
1007, Press Release, EDA Grant $50,000 to Region 8 Planning and Development Council, October 19, 1976
1008, Press Release, HUD Grant $302,600 for water/sewer lines in Newburg and Rowlesburg, October 19, 1976
1009, Press Release, HUD Grant $3,000 for water system at Camp Barbe, Wirt County, October 19, 1976
1010, Press Release, EPA Grant to Hartford City for sewage collection system, October 19, 1976
1011, Press Release, Federal Highway Administration grant $80,000 for New Martinsville bike path, October 20, 1976
1012, Statement, ARC brings $535-million to W.Va. since 1965, October 20, 1976
1013, Speech, Founders Award to Daniels Brothers, Davis & Elkins College, October 21, 1976
1014, Press Conference, Jennings Randolph pleased that Ford signed Water Resources Development Act and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, October 22, 1976
1015, Speech, Jennings Randolph backs Nick Jo Rahall for Congress (Democrat – 4th District), October 22, 1976
1016, Guest, Diabetes Runathon in Charleston, October 23, 1976
1017, Guest, Jennings Randolph “kicks-off” new soccer Program at Watt Powell Park in Charleston, October 23, 1976
1018, Speech, Midland/Mill Creek Elementary Schools, October 24, 1976
1020, Jennings Randolph’s Voting Record 94th Congress
1021, Speech, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Affirmative Action Update/ Washington, D.C., October 26, 1976
1022, Article, “Jennings Randolph Gives Pay Hike to Treasury,” Charleston Gazette, October 26, 1976
1023, Speech, “Building A Better America,” Building Products Executives Conference, October 28, 1976
1024, Press Release, Jennings Randolph wishes Valley Bird Sturm a Happy 100th Birthday, October 28, 1976
1025, Speech, Harrison County Democratic Dinner, Sheraton Inn, Clarksburg, W.Va., October 28, 1976
1026, Press Release, FAA grant, $29,160, Buckhannon Airport, October 29, 1976
1027, Speech, Trainer Hall dedication, Salem College, October 30, 1976
1028, Speech, Boone County Democratic Dinner, Madison, October 30, 1976
1029, Speech, West Virginia Vocational Association luncheon, Beni Kedem Temple, Charleston, November 4, 1976
1030, Speech, Green Acres-Merritts Creek water line, Lesage, November 4, 1976


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1031, Speech, W.Va. Psychological Association, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., November 5, 1976
1032, Speech, W.Va., Conference on Travel, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., November 5, 1976
1033, Article, LEAA Report: Penal and Correctional System in W.Va., blames Governor Moore, December 22, 1976
1034, Article, “Randolph County School Levy,” Elkins Inter-Mountain Newspaper, November 3, 1976
1035, Speech, “U.S. Energy Independence achieved w/Greater Coal Utilization,” Gorham International, Hollywood, Florida, November 7, 1976
1036, Speech, Appalachian Regional Commission, The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs
1037, Telegram, to J. T. Whitsitt, Department of Labor, refunds for W.Va. Jobs, November 10, 1976
1038, Sponsorship/Co-Sponsorship, 94th Congress Bills
1039, Press Release, EPA Grants totaling $116,920 for 3 W.Va. wastewater projects, November 11, 1976
1040, Press Release, Office of Education Headstart Grants to 3 W.Va. counties, November 11, 1976
1041, Press Release, ARC to assist in New Housing for Coal Areas of Southern W.Va., November 11, 1976
1042, Press Release, HUD Grants totaling $1,077,400 to 5 W.Va. communities, November 12, 1976
1043, Speech, MODC “Roast” honoring Duncan Thecker, Kings Grant Inn, Asbury Park, New Jersey, November 12, 1976
1044, Speech, FEA’s Eastern Coal Forum, Morris Harvey College, Charleston, W.Va., November 15, 1976
1045, Press Release, EPA Grants to St. Albans, Hundred and Williamstown, November 15, 1976
1046, Statement, delivered by John Yago, onsite wastewater Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan, November 16, 1976
1047, Speech, “Building A Better America,” National Conference on Value Engineering, St. Louis, Missouri, November 17, 1976
1048, Press Release, EPA Grants to Fairmont/Delbarton for Sewage Collection, November 18, 1976
1049, Press Release, HUD grant $100,000 for water distribution system/Crum P.S.D., November 19, 1976
1050, Invocation, Washington, D.C. area Trucking Association, 43rd Anniversary, Sheraton-Park Hotel, November 20, 1976
1051, Speech, “The Signs Proclaim the Best is Yet to Be,” Outdoor Advertising Association National Convention, November 21, 1976
1052, Press Release, James Denira Names New Director, Huntington Virginia Hospital, November 22, 1976
1053, Press Release, FHA Grants totaling $1,461,200; Loans totaling $8,591,900, November 22, 1976
1054, Statements, Committee Chairmen Meeting with President-Elect Carter, November 22, 1976
1055, Speech, Craigsville Library Dedication, November 27, 1976
1056, Award, Military Order of the Purple Heart, Postmasters Association, Charleston, W.Va., November 27, 1976
1057, Guest, National League of Postmasters (W.Va.), Christmas Party, Charleston, W.Va., November 27, 1976
1058. Statement, Jennings Randolph ERDA for Downgrading Energy Technologies, Especially synthetic fuels, November 30, 1977
1059, Statement, on the death of Mary Hart Davisson, November 30, 1977
1060, Press Release, HUD Grants totaling $700,000, November 30, 1976
1061, Press Release, FHA loan to Elkins Lumber Company, December 2, 1976
1062, Statement, Brigadier General Charles Yeager received Silver Medal at White House, December 2, 1976
1063, Speech, Cabell-Heritage Health Center, December 2, 1976
1064, Guest, Charleston Regional Chamber of Commerce Annual Membership Dinner, December 2, 1976
1065, Speech, Religious Heritage of America Pilgrimage, Capitol Rotunda, December 4, 1976
1066, Speech, U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree from Richwood, Virginia, December 3-15, 1976
1066a, Richwood Chamber of Commerce Christmas Card Contest Winners, January 19, 1977
1067, Statement, Cyrus Vance, Secretary of State, December 3, 1976
1068, Speech, RHA “Churchman of the Year,” Award, Washington Hilton Hotel, December 6, 1976
1069, Press Release, FAA Grant $64,908 Princeton/Mercer, December 7, 1976
1070, Speech, National Council of Political Action Committee of United Mine Workers, December 8, 1976
1071, Press Release, Kanawha County CONRAIL Repairs, December 8, 1976
1072, Press Release, Jennings Randolph OK for Crop Relief in W.Va., December 8, 1976
1073, Press Release, Metting w/Morgantown Officials regarding litigation over sewage Proposals, December 8, 1976
1074, Parker Seal vs. Paul Cummins, November 10, 1976
1075, Press Release, EPA Grant $29,550 to Nitro for Sewage Collection System, December 9, 1976
1076, Press Release, EPA grants to Friendly, Chester and Fayetteville, December 9, 1976
1077, Press Release, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation Grants totaling $95,599, December 10, 1976
1078, Speech, Wheeling Park High School Dedication, December 12, 1976
1079, Press Release, Meeting of WV Legislation members, EPA officials in Jennings Randolph’s Office, December 13, 1976
1080, Statement, Carter Choice of Representative Brock Adams for Secretary of Transportation, December 14, 1976
1081, Press Release, HUD Grants totaling $2.7 million for Charleston Urban renewal, December 15, 1976
1082, Press Release, FHA Loan $2,183 for Montgomery General Hospital Project, December 15, 1976
1083, Press Release, Eight W.Va. sites entered into National Register of Historic Places, December 16, 1976
1084, Press Release, Commission on Postal Service Hearing in Charleston in January, December 16, 1976
1085, Statement, Loan Guarantees sought by ERDA for Commercial Demonstration of Coal Gasification, December 17, 1976
1086, Statement, WMMN Radio Fairmont 48th Birthday on the Air!, December 11, 1976
1087, Press Release, EDA Approval fo $18,055,592 for 20 W.Va. projects, December 22, 1976
1088, Statement, Carter Appointments: Califano Schlesinger, December 22, 1976
1089, Speech, Christmas Events in Elkins, December 23, 1976
1090, Press Release, Six Architectural Firms consider Design Phase for Virginia Hospital, December 28, 1976
1091, Press Release, Bicentennial Commission Funds to complete W.Va. projects, December 30, 1976
1092, Article, Synthetic Fuels Can Assume Future, The Charleston Gazette, December 31, 1976
1093, Letter to Editor, The Washington Star regarding Carl Rowan WPA Article, December 21, 1976


Box SP99

1, Statement, Democratic Caucus, regarding Robert C. Byrd as majority leader, January 3, 1977
2, Statement, Harry Hoffmann, Charleston Gazette, January 4, 1977
3, Statement, before Committee on Rules and Administration, January 7, 1977
4, Press Release, Secretary of Transportation designee Brock Adams, confirmation hearing, January 7, 1977
5, Press Release, Allegheny Airlines inaugurates jet service at Parkersburg, January 5, 1977
6, Press Release, $15 million for Highland Scenic Highway, January 10, 1977
7, Press Release, ARC grant of $400,000 to construct Cabell County Vocational Education Center, January 10, 1977
8, Statement, Mississippi payoff denied by JR, January 10, 1977
9, Press Release, New Martinsburg Veterans Administration Hospital funds increased in 76 million, January 13, 1977
10, Press Release, Secretary of Labor Designate F. Ray Marshall confirmation hearing, January 14, 1977
11, Press Release, Valley Head Volunteer Fire Department awarded ambulance by West Virginia Emergency Medical Services, January 13, 1977
12, Press Release, JR introduced three natural gas bills, January 14, 1977
13, Statement, Marion County Rescue Squad to use Brown Lumber Company building, January 14, 1977
14, Press Release, West Virginia to receive two Kurzwell Reading Machines, January 17, 1977
15, Press Release, EDA grant of $184, 758 to Webster County Board of Education, January 17, 1977
16, Press Release, ARC could receive $42.3 million, January 17, 1977
17, Guest, inauguration of Governor Jay Rockefeller, January 17, 1977
18, Press Release, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation grant of $20,000 to Bancroft for development of town park, January 18, 1977
19, Press Release, EPA grant of $234,750 to Spencer for wastewater treatment facility, January 18, 1977
20, Speech, National Association of Postmasters, Hyatt Regency, Washington, January 18, 1977
21, Speech, United States Brewers Association, Chicago, January 19, 1977
22, 1977 Inaugural Guide to Washington
23, Telegram, to President Jimmy Carter, regarding gas crisis, January 21, 1977
24, Statement, regarding President Jimmy Carter's pardon of Vietnam draft evaders, June 21, 1977
25, Press Release, FHA loans/grants, $7,146,000, January 21, 1977
26, Press Release, five EDA projects total $2,660,251, January 24, 1977
27, Statement, S. Resolution, Energy Conservation Crusade, January 24, 1977
28, Press Release, special bridge replacement program, January 25, 1977
29, Press Release, Public Works Employment Act of 1977, January 25, 1977
30, Press Release, Martinsburg Veterans Administration Hospital venture, January 25, 1977
31, Press Release, EPA grant of $250,500 Wheeling Sanitary Board, January 26, 1977
32, Press Release, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation grant of $67,500 for Good North American Zoo, Oglebay Park, Wheeling, January 26, 1977
33, Press Release, National Academy of Peace and Conflict Resolution, January 26, 1977
34, Press Release, meeting with Schlesinger to discuss emergency natural gas legislation, January 26, 1977
35, Press Release, JR co-sponsors Emergency Natural Gas Act of 1977, January 26, 1977
36, Reading, Psalm 100, National Prayer Breakfast, Hilton Hotel, Washington, January 27, 1977
37, Press Release, JR co-sponsors Youth Conservation Corps, January 28, 1977
38, Telegram, Governor James Rhodes of Ohio, regarding greater use of coal, January 28, 1977
39, Speech, American Automobile Association, All-Florida Transportation Forum, Orlando, Florida, January 30, 1977
40, Press Release, Community Services Administration grant of $167,000, anti-poverty, January 31, 1977
41, Press Release, JR favors acceleration of sewage treatment construction grants, January 31, 1977
42, Press Release, EDA funds for Grafton, Monongah, and Fort Ashby, February 1, 1977
43, Press Release, Public Works Employment Act and Youth Community Improvement Act, February 1, 1977
44, Guest, Senate Youth Program Luncheon, February 2, 1977
45, Statement WHIS-TV, March of Dimes Telerama, February 1977
46, Press Release, Betty Gill testifies before Committee on Public Works, February 3, 1977
47, Press Release, EDA grant of $872,000 to renovate Wetzel County Jail, New Martinsville, February 4, 1977
48, Speech, West Virginia Surface Mining and Reclamation Association Convention, Miami, February 5, 1977
49, Press Release, Public Works hearing on GSA prospectus to repair Wheeling Federal Building, February 4, 1977
50, Press Release, New Chester-East Liverpool Bridge operational by December 1977, February 4, 1977
51, Press Release, Fish and Wildlife Service contract of $2,920,000 for fish health research at Leetown, February 7, 1977
52, Press Release, Rural Electrification Administration loan of $668,000 to Harrison County, February 7, 1977
53, Press Release, Subcommittee on Handicapped opens hearings, February 7, 1977
54, Press Release, HUD grant of $561,108 for Bluefield, February 8, 1977
55, Press Release, Urban Mass Transit Administration grant of $689,000 to operate Kanawha Valley Regional Authority, February 9, 1977
56, Statement, American Airlines contributions, February 9, 1977
57, Press Release, HUD grant of $1,736,948 for Parkersburg Downtown Urban Renewal Project, February 10, 1977
58, Press Release, action grant of $139,588 to West Virginia Commission on Aging, February 10, 1977
59, Moderator, ARC/NASA Demonstration Education Satellite program, February 11, 1977
60, Press Release, public workshops for Ohio River Main Stem study, February 1977
61, Press Release, JR deplores black lung claim delays, February 11, 1977
62, Press Release, FHA loan of $1,232 to Bradley Public Service District, February 11, 1977
63, Speech, National Canners Association, New Orleans, February 14, 1977
64, Statement, proposed mining operations in Cranberry Back Country, February 14, 1977
65, Press Release, JR sponsors S. 563, Interstate Bonding Bill, February 2, 1977
66, Press Release, Navy contract of $1,090,160, Hercules at Rocket Center, February 15, 1977
67, Press Release, meeting with General Heiberg regarding flooding, February 15, 1977
68, Press Release, Army periscope contract of $1,037,509, February 15, 1977
69, Press Release, FHA loan of $4,000,000 to Laird Corporation, February 16, 1977
70, Press Release, AMTRAK resumes West Virginia operations, February 16, 1977
71, Press Release, JR meeting with John O’Leary, Federal Energy Administrator, February 16, 1977
72, Press Release, JR urges President Jimmy Carter to approve ITC restrictions of shoe imports, February 22, 1977
73, Press Release, EPA grants, $93,708, February 23, 1977
74, JR letter to Farmers Home Administration, regarding Snowshoe, February 23, 1977
75, Press Release, Public Works Employment Act legislation extended, February 23, 1977
76, Guest, Reserve Officers Association breakfast for ROTC Cadets, Washington, February 24, 1977
77, Speech, Senate Page School, United States Capitol, February 24, 1977
78, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) grants of $50,000 to West Virginia Board of Education, February 24, 1977
79, Press Release, JR meeting with Robert C. Byrd and Schlesinger, February 24, 1977
80, Speech, Environmental Industry Conference, Energy Industry Council, Washington, February 24, 1977
81, Press Release, Federal Buildings Energy Conservation and Solar Energy Utilization Act, February 25, 1977
82, Press Release, release of water pollution funds, February 28, 1977
83, Statement, chemical spills in Kanawha River, February 28, 1977
84, Press Release, HUD approval of Market Manor, elderly high rise, Parkersburg, February 28, 1977
85, Press Release, EDA grant of $125,000 for Wheeling, March 1, 1977
86, Press Release, EPA grant of $1,042,200 to Weirton for sewer at Harmon’s Creek, March 1, 1977
87, Press Release, labor regulations on employment of foreign fruit workers, March 1, 1977
88, Press Release, White House briefing on Energy Department, March 1, 1977
89, Speech, Allegheny Airlines, Wood County, March 1, 1977
90, Press Release, Department of Transportation grant of $623,880 to Kanawha Airport, March 3, 1977
91, Introduction, Governor Jay Rockefeller, open hearing, Surface Mining Control/Reclamation Act (empty), March 2, 1977
92, Press Release, approval of Douglas Costle and Barbara Blum, Environment and Public Works, March 2, 1977
93, Article, Grandparents Day, Elkins Inter-Mountain, February 27, 1977
94, Press Release, emergency feed assistance for 27 additional West Virginia counties, March 3, 1977
95, Press Release, HUD Community Development Block Grants of $10.3 million, March 3, 1977
96, Speech, introduction of Admiral Rickover, Shepherd College Founders Day, March 3, 1977
98, Press Release, location of Corridor H controversy, March 3, 1977


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97, Press Release, FHA study to accelerate interstate, March 5, 1977
99, Guest, New Deal Dinner, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, March 4, 1977
100, Press Release, United States Army Corps of Engineers, streambank erosion protection, March 7, 1977
101, Speech, Associate General Contractors, Hilton Hotel, San Francisco, March 6, 1977
102, Speech/Award, Research Recovery Man of the Year, Hyatt Regency, Washington, March 8, 1977
103, Press Release, Rural Electrification Administration loan of $1,281,000, Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative, March 9, 1977
104, Press Release, EPA grants of $35,620, March 9, 1977
105, Guest, 12th Anniversary of the Appalachian Regional Commission, March 9, 1977
106, Press Release, HUD grant of $1,385,000 to Charleston, March 10, 1977
107, Press Release, Public Works Jobs Bill, 15,000 jobs, March 10, 1977
108, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Commission grant of $40,000 to West Virginia Department of Education, $75,000 to West Virginia Welfare, March 11, 1977
109, Press Release, JR letter to Brock Adams, urging continuation of Mountaineer AMTRAK Line, March 11, 1977
110, Press Release, National Commission on Energy, March 15, 1977
111, Press Release, EPA grant of $496,355 to West Virginia Department of Natural Resources, March 15, 1977
112, Press Release, Clean Air Amendment, March 16, 1977
113, Speech, Energy Roundtable discussions, Charleston, March 17, 1977
114, Press Release, JR letter to Brock Adams requesting extension of Mountaineer Amtrak Line, March 18, 1977
115, Press Release, Hearings on Black Lung benefits, March 18, 1977
116, Press Release, Urban Mass Transit Administration grant of $325,520 to Tri-State Transit Authority, Huntington, March 18, 1977
117, Speech, American Road Builders Association Convention, Bal Harbour, Florida, March 18, 1977
118, Introduction of George McGovern, World Affairs Institute, Morgantown, March 18, 1977
118A, Presentation, West Virginia Wing, Civil Air Patrol Awards, Morgantown, March 18, 1977
119, Press Release, moratorium on closing small post offices, March 21, 1977
120, Press Release, energy hearing on coal conversion, March 21, 1977
121, Press Release, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), studies, Monongahela Power’s Harrison and Fort Martin plants, March 22, 1977
122, Press Release, Department of Transportation grant of $764,651 to AFL-CIO Appalachian Council, March 24, 1977
124, Press Release, Senate appropriations, $1.3 million to complete Mountwood Park, March 10, 1977
125, Press Release, mine safety hearings set for March 30-April 1, 1977
126, Press Release, meeting with Bizz Johnson about Senate – House conference, Public Works Employment Act, March 25, 1977
127, Press Release, Amtrak Mountaineer meeting, March 29, 1977
127A, Statement, Harpers Ferry in Reader’s Digest, March 30, 1977
128, Press Release, EPA grants to Keyser and Elk Pinch Public Service District, March 31, 1977
129, Press Release, HUD approves Senior Towers, Martinsburg and Montani Towers, Wheeling, March 31, 1977
130, Press Release, JR cancels West Virginia Academy of Science appearance at Salem, March 31, 1977
131, Press Release, Bureau of Mines/GSA report on New River Gorge, April 4, 1977
132, Flood disaster in southwestern West Virginia, April 1977
133, Speech, Record Recycling Seminar, Hasbrouch Heights, New Jersey, April 5, 1977
134, Interview with Joseph McCaffrey, Meet the Member, WMAL Radio, April 5, 1977
135, Press Release, Department of Agriculture, $100,000 for emergency conservation measures, April 7, 1977
136, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Commission supports $20,000 West Virginia Department of Education or Early Learning and Child Development, April 7, 1977
137, Press Release, EPA should expedite application for Princeton Sewer Extension, April 8, 1977
138, Speech, Tri-State Waterways Conference, Pittsburgh, April 11, 1977
139, Speech, EPA Nationwide Seminar, Reston, Virginia, April 12, 1977
140, Speech, Environmental Forum II, American Paper Institute, Washington, April 12, 1977
141, Speech, Stonewall Jackson Regional Library groundbreaking, Buckhannon, April 14, 1977
142, Speech, Buckhannon Upshur Water Extension, April 14, 1977
143, Speech, Introduction of Robert C. Byrd, Amen Corner, Pittsburgh, April 15, 1977
144, Guest, Monongalia County Librarians, Morgantown Energy Research Center, April 16, 1977
145, Speech, West Virginia 99’s Achievement Awards Dinner, Morgantown, April 16, 1977
146, National Library Week, Martinsburg, W.Va., April 17, 1977
147, Press Release, Jennings Randolph’s Schedule during EASTER RECESS, April 16, 1977
148, Telegram, Jennings Randolph commends President Carter’s, urging severity of Energy Crisis, April 18, 1977
149, Press Release, DOT Grant $302, 474 to Mercer County Airport, April 18, 1977
150, Statement, Scripps-Howard DETROIT NEWS, Reaction to Carter Energy Message, April 20, 1977
151, Interview, WASHINGTON MAGAZINE (April) on restaurant experiences, March 28, 1977
152, Statement, President Carter’s Energy Message, April 20, 1977
153, Speech, WV Welfare Conference Annual Forum, Charleston, W.Va., April 20, 1977
154, Statement, B & O Railroad 100th Anniversary, March 1, 1977
155, Press Release, ARC grant $100,000 to WV Housing Development Fund, April 26, 1977
156, Press Release, Bill for Army Corps of Engineers to help Tug Fork River flood area, April 26, 1977
157, Speech, Uni-Bell Pipe Association, Palm Springs, CA, April 26, 1977
158, Press Release, DOT grant $252,325 to Greenbrier Airport, April 27, 1977
159, Press Release, Meeting with HUD Officials about Flood Victims in Southern, W.Va., April 27, 1977
160, Press Release, Approval for Wheeling Courthouse remodeling and construction, April 27, 1977
161, Statement, Recognition of Handicapped, April 28, 1977
162, Interview, FDR’s 100 Days for Washington Star, April 29, 1977
163, Press Release, Public Works Jobs Bill agreed on by Conference Committee, April 27, 1977
164, Guest, W.Va. Society Son & Daughter Banquet, Fort Myer Officer’s Club, VA, April 29, 1977


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165, Speech, christening of USS Stump, Pascagoula, Mississippi, April 30, 1977
166, Speech, National Association of Regional Councils, San Antonio, Texas, May 2, 1977
167, Press Release, NEH grant $5,156 to Salem College, May 2, 1977
168, Press Release, Rockwell International plant will continue, Minuteman III parts, May 3, 1977
169. Press Release, AMTRAK “Mountaineer” terminator 6/2 “Hilltopper” replacement, May 3, 1977
170, Press Release, JR returns $8,000 to United States Treasury, May 4, 1977
172, Press Release, Father Baroni, HUD to Southern West Virginia, May 4, 1977
173, Press Release, Upgrading of WV Turnpike, May 5, 1977
174, Press Release, Tug Fork Emergency Provisions, May 5, 1977
175, Press Release, NAVY contract $6,820,000 to Pratt & Whitney Aircraft (B-Port), May 5, 1977
176, Speech, Tape of THE UNAPPLAUDED MOLDERS OF MEN, May 11, 1933
177, Introductions, Salem College Commencement, May 7, 1977
178, Press Release, Veterans Affairs Committee approves $$$ for new Veterans Home Facilities, May 11, 1977
179, Press Release, Is Peace Teachable?, May 13, 1977
180, Speech, Pocahontas County Library, Greenbank, W.Va., May 14, 1977
181, Speech, Annie M. Eye, WV Mother of the Year, Franklin, WV., May 15, 1977
182, Statement, Charles A. Lindbergh, Anniversary, May 13, 1977
183, Press Release, Tug Fork Valley legislation, $100 million reported to Senate, May 16, 1977
184, Press Release, DOT Grant $376,938 to Elkins Airport, May 16, 1977
185, Speech, WV Bankers Association, Ramada Inn, Morgantown, W.Va., May 17, 1977
186, Statement, Mrs. Randolph’s comments on Senate Ladies Luncheon/White House, May 17, 1977
187, Press Release, Amendment to include ARC Chairman on Energy Advisory Boards, May 18, 1977
188, Press Release,DOT Grant $453,195 to the Tri-State Airport at Huntington, May 19, 1977
189, Press Release, Jennings Randolph Amendments to Surface Mining Bill, May 19, 1977
190, Statement New Amtrak Service in Southern, W.Va., May 19, 1977
191, Guest, Charles Lindbergh Dinner, Air & Space Museum, May 19, 1977
192, Speech, Introduction of S. Lee Braxton, Alderson-Broaddus College, May 21, 1977
193, Speech, Association of Rehabilitation Facilities, Boston, MA., May 23, 1977
194, Press Release, National Grandparents Day, May 23, 1977
195, Speech, WH Conference on the Handicapped, May 24, 1977
196, Press Release, Jennings Randolph Bill to increase appropriations for State Veterans Home Facilities, May 25, 1977
197, Press Release, National Center for Handicapped Ext. of Ed. of Handicapped Act., May 25, 1977
198, Speech, Coal Cleaning Conference, Arlington, VA., May 25, 1977
199, Speech, The Aluminum Association, The Greenbrier Motel, May 27, 1977
200, Letter, Editors GAZETTE MAIL, Response to “Where’s Power…!” May 28, 1977
201, Speech, Appalachian Trail Conference, Shepherd College, May 28, 1977
202, Speech, Highland Scenic Highway, Marlington, May 31, 1977
203, Speech, Kurzwell Reading Machine, Institute, May 31, 1977
204, Speech, GW Senior High School Graduation, Charleston, May 31, 1977
205, Statement, Proposal to tax Social Security and Jobless Benefits, May 27, 1977
206, Press Release, HEW grants Kanawha/Fayette Schools, June 3, 1977
207, Press Release, ARC grant #236,600 to extend Salem College access road, June 3, 1977
208, Press Release, ARC grants for Nicholas County, June 3, 1977
209, Speech, Braxton County Multi-Purpose Room, Frametown, June 3, 1977
210, Press Release, HEW Grants for Handicapped Education, June 3, 1977
211, Speech, Clarksburg, Municipal Swim Pool, June 3, 1977
212, Interview, WBOY-TV (John Pratt), Clarksburg, June 3, 1977
213, Speech, Pine Grove Library Dedication, June 3, 1977
214, Speech, World War I Veterans Dinner, Elkins, June 4, 1977
215, Statement, S.469 National Academy of Peach and Conflict Commission, June 6, 1977
216, Press Release, CSA grants fro Community Action, June 7, 1977
217, Press Release, Flood Disaster Relief Hearings, June 7, 1977
218, Interview, Flood Disaster Relief Program, WOWK-TV, Huntington, June 7, 1977
219, Press Release, DOT Grant $377,625 to Benedum, June 8, 1977
220, Press Release, $1.7 million for Highland Scenic Highway Engineering Studies, June 8, 1977
221, Press Release, House Small Business Subcommittee Bill to aid flood victims, June 9, 1977
222, Press Release, EPA Grant $685,880 to Hurricane, June 10, 1977
223, Press Release, Senate passes Clean Air Amendment for use of local coal, June 10, 1977
224, Press Release, Loan Guarantees for Synthetic Fuels, Amendment/ERDA, Appropriation Bill, June 13, 1977
225, Statement, NAS Report on VA Health Care System, June 14, 1977
226, Statement, Supreme Court Decision regarding Days off for Religious reasons, June 16, 1977
227, Statement, S. 1538 Black Lung Benefits, Reform Act of 1977, June 16, 1977
228, Speech, Johnson & Johnson Energy Seminar, Arlington, Va., June 17, 1977
229, Press Release, Senate approves National Academy of Peace, June 17, 1977
230, Speech, VFW Annual Convention, Clarksburg, W.Va., June 18, 1977
231, Speech, American Society of Radiologic Technologists, Washington, D.C., June 19, 1977
232, Press Release, EPA urged to establish Toxic Pollutant Warning System, June 20, 1977
233, Visit, Lions International, The White House, June 20, 1977
234, Press Release, EPA grant $54,830 to Anmoore, June 21, 1977
235, Press Release, Coal Mine Health and Safety Act approval of amendments, June 21, 1977
236, Press Release, Dr. Morris, EPA, will meet with Clarksburg Chamber of Commerce, June 22, 1977
237, Press Release, Omnibus Water Resources Bill includes Tug Fork Valley needs, June 22, 1977
238, Press Release, HUD Appropriations Bill includes $15 million/State Veterans Homes, June 24, 1977
239, Speech, Putnam Health Center, Winfield, W.Va., June 26, 1977
240, Speech, The Energy Bureau Incorporated, New York City, NY, June 27, 1977
241, Host, YMCA National Youth Governors Luncheon in U.S. Capitol, June 27, 1977
ARC Grants, April 18, 1977


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242, Press Release, HUD Grants totaling $1,087,000 to Dunbar and Saint Albans, June 28, 1977
243, Speech, Rocky Mountain Coal Mining Institute, Vail, Colorado, June 28, 1977
244, Speech, National Coal Association, Washington, D.C., June 28, 1977
245, Press Release, WH Nomination of Hubert Taylor for US Marshall, Northern, W.Va., June 29, 1977
246, Meeting, White House Breakfast Discussions with President Carter, June 29, 1977
247, Press Release, Jennings Randolph urges EDA to expedite review of 10 eligible WV Counties, June 30, 1977
248, Press Release, Rockefeller will testify on 7/26 regarding Interstate and Turnpike, July 1, 1977
248a, Press Release, HUD reports all but 118 families in Tug Fork Valley received housing, July 1, 1977
249, Press Release, Telegram urges President Carter to decide on Minutemen III, July 1, 1977
250, Press Release, office of Education Grants, July 1, 1977
251, Guest, Honorary Parade Marshall, Alderson, W.Va., July 4, 1977
252, Press Release, Worker Adjustment Assistance, Beckley Manufacturing Company, July 7, 1977
253, Press Release, Second Telegram to President regarding Minuteman Missile, July 7, 1977
254, Press Release, HEW grants totaling $1,078,753 to WV Institutions of Higher Education, July 8, 1977
255, Press Release, CSA grant $2,920,000 to Federal/State for utility payments, July 11, 1977
256, Press Release, HUD grants to improve Housing, July 11, 1977
257, Guest, WV Young Demo State Convention, Clarksburg, WV, July 9, 1977
258, Press Release, Brookhaven National Lab Study on Health Hazards in Fossil Fuels, July 13, 1977
259, Press Release, GAO Study of Black Lung Claims, July 12, 1977
259a, Statement, Senator Biden regarding Vocational Rehabilitation Program July 12, 1977
260, Host, National Youth Science Camp Lunch, July 13, 1977
261, Press Release, Jennings Randolph urges Cox to approve waiver on funds for W.Va. Turnpike, July 13, 1977
262, Press Release, FEA Loan Guarantees will increase Coal Production, July 14, 1977
262a, Speech, Gwen by Rose Martin, Edna McConnell, Clark School of Nursing, July 14, 1977
263, Press Release, EDA releases $7 million in Local Public Works Funds to West Virginia, July 15,1977
264, Press Release, HUD Grant $1,518,000, Huntington, W.Va., July 15, 1977
265, Press Release, Metzenbaum Amendment regarding bidding on outer continental shelf leases, July 15, 1977
266, Press Release, Letter to Anderson regarding Rockwell, July 15, 1977
267, Press Release, Preview of INCLUDING ME, a film on special education, July 19, 1977
268, Press Release, CSA grant $223,000 to weatherize homes throughout W.Va., July 21, 1977
269, Statement, Reduction of interest rate on Disaster Relief Loans, July 21, 1977
270, Press Release, ARC Grant $78,345 to Hurricane for wastewater facility, July 21, 1977
271, Press Release, Cox signs waiver for Turnpike, July 21, 1977
272, Press Release, Black Lung Amendments, July 21, 1977
273, Interview, WESTVACO, July 22, 1977
274, Press Release, WV = $405 million in the next 5 years for sewage treatment facilities, July 22, 1974
275, Speech, Society of Interior Designers, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Houston, TX, July 22, 1977
276, Press Release, Schlesinger assures Jennings Randolph that coal conversion = Energy Priority, July 25, 1977
277, Press Release, Carter appoints Sim Bright to Postal Rate Commission, July 25, 1977
278, Press Release, Rockwell/Defense search contracts for Princeton plant, July 25, 1977
279, Speech, COFEPE Convention, Veterans Hospital, Danville, IL, July 23, 1977
280, Press Release, OE grants to WV State/County, July 26, 1977
281, Press Release, Rockefeller confers with Jennings Randolph about Weirton-Steubenville Bridge, July 26, 1977
282, Press Release, LEAA grants to WV Colleges, July 26, 1977
283, Press Release, House-Senate agree on Amendment to burn local coal, July 27, 1977
284, Press Release, Calhoun County eligible for Federal Drought Assistance, July 28, 1977
285, Press Release, National Forest Management Act receipts for 1977, July 28, 1977
286, Press Release, Clean Air Amendments, July 28, 1977
287, Press Release, WV to receive $96 million in Revenue Sharing Funds, July 29, 1977
288, Statement, What is cloture?, July 29, 1977
289, Guest, White House Ceremony, signing of surface mining bill, August 3, 1977
290, Speech, Coal Conference, University of Pittsburgh, August 3, 1977
291, Guest, three bill signings at White House, August 5, 1977
293, Press Release, USDA/HUD grants $10,750,000 for Rural Demo Projects in W.Va., August 8, 1977
294, Article, “Black Lung Benefits Reform” LABOR LAW JOURNAL (September 1977), August 9, 1977
295, Speech, Charles Town Golf Classic, August 9, 1977
296, Tape, Radio Reading Service for Blind, August 5, 1977
297, Press Release, HUD Approves $162,060 WV Housing Development Fund, August 11, 1977
298, Press Release, Jennings Randolph to Senator Russell Long opposes Energy Tax Rebate, August 12, 1977
299, Introduction, Sir Stephen McAdden, Cherry River Navy, Richwood, August 13, 1977
300, Speech, Nancy Hanks Bust unveiling, Mineral County Historical Museum, August 14, 1977
301, Press Release, EDA Grants for Northern, W.Va., August 15, 1977
302, Press Release, OE Grants for Southern, W.Va., August 16, 1977
303, Press Release, GSA Lock & Dam #13 at McMechen, August 16, 1977
304, Statement, Coal Mine Strike Situation following Conference w/Marshall, August 17, 1977
305, Statement, Panama Canal Ratification, August 18, 1977
306, Speech, National Headstart Board Meeting, Pipestem State Park, W.Va., August 20, 1977
307, Introduction, of Bob Scott at Randolph Demo Picnic, Elkins, W.Va., August 20, 1977
308, Introduction, of Ray Marshall to WV Press Association, Greenbrier Hotel, August 20, 1977
309, Speech, Lions Club, Mayflower Hotel, August 24, 1977
310, Clippings, Jennings Randolph, Albuquerque, September 29, 1977
311, Press Release, Flood/Drought Disaster Declarations, August 25, 1977
312, Speech, Veteran’s Appreciation Dinner, Morgantown, August 25, 1977
313, Speech, Fluidized-bed Combustion Boiler, Rivesville, August 26, 1977
314, Speech, Water Project Groundbreaking, Shinnston, August 26, 1977
315, Press Release, EDA Grant $552,000 to Montgomery, August 26, 1977
315, Press Release, US Marshall Office for Northern, will remain at Fairmont, August 26, 1977
316, Interview, WWVU-PBTV on Peace Academy Legislation, August 25, 1977
317, Speech, New Martinsville Public Library, September 1, 1977
318, Speech, Tygart Valley High School Dedication, Mill Creek, W.Va., September 1, 1977
319, Interview, Crime Victim Compensation, WOWK-TV, Huntington, (John Chambers), September 2, 1977
320, Statement, Coal Convention Act of1977, September 7, 1977
321, Speech, Townley Engineering Company Labor Day, Candler, Florida, September 5, 1977
322, Reading, Cathedral Church of St. Peter & St. Paul, Washington, D.C., September 4, 1977
322, Videotape, ARC Project Push, September 7, 1977
322, Press Release, HUD reservations WV Housing Development Fund, September 8-13, 1977
323, Press Release, EPA Grant $915,970 to Fairmont, September 8, 1977
324, Introduction, Joseph D. Duffey, Chairman designate NFH, September 9, 1977
324a, Guest, Potato Festival, Summersville, W.Va., September 10, 1977
325, Speech, American Mining Congress, San Francisco, California, September 12, 1977
326, Press Release, EDA Public Works Grants, September 12, 1977
327, Speech, Huntington Civic Center Dedication, Huntington, W.Va., September 14, 1977
327a, Speech, POLLUTION ENGINEERING MAGAZINE Award, Army-Navy Town Club, D.C., September 15, 1977
328, Press Release, Mrs. Harper’s Cannonball, September 15, 1977
330, Statement, Ashland Oil Building at Huntington, September 15, 1977
330, Guest, General Motor Plant Groundbreaking, Martinsburg, W.Va., Dinner, September 15, 1977
331, Speech, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Charleston, W.Va., September 17, 1977
332, Press Release, OMB Approves FEA Loan Guarantee Program for Small Mines, September 19, 1977


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333, Press Release, Senate Approves Black Lung Bill, September 20, 1977
334, Speech, International Institute of Environmental Safety and Health, D.C., September 21, 1977
335, Press Release, EPA approved additional $1,349,360 grant to the Wheeling Sanitary Board, September 22, 1977
336, Press Release, HEW Grant $181,006 to West Virginia Commission on Aging, September 21, 1977
337, Statement, Resignation of Bert Lance, OMB, September 21, 1977
338, Tribute, Hubert Humphrey Senate Staff Courtyard, September 21, 1977
339, Interview, ABC Radio Inquiry concerning Jennings Randolph meeting at White House, September 22, 1977
340, Press Release, Postal Service will name bidder for New Huntington Postal Facility, September 22, 1977
341, Press Release, HEW Disaster Relief for South West Virginia counties, September 23, 1977
342, Press Release, EPA Study on the Ban of Beverage containers, September 23, 1977
343, Press Release, Pearson-Bentsen Amendment to deregulate natural gas pricing is Reasonable, September 24, 1977
344, Speech, Taylor County Sheltered Workshop and Courthouse Annex, Grafton, W.Va., September 25, 1977
345, Press Release, Jennings Randolph letter to President Carter requests $1 Billion for Economic Development, September 26, 1977
346, Press Release, FHA approval $500,000 emergency funds for Logan Mingo counties, September 16, 1977
347, Press Release, Senate approves Natural Gas Pricing Bill, September 26, 1977
348, Videotape, American Paper Institute, Washington, D.C., September 27, 1977
349, Press Release, Black Lung Conferees named during all-nite filibuster, September 28, 1977
350, Speech, Clean Community System Seminar, Keep America Beautiful, Mayflower, D.C., September 28, 1977
351, Press Release, House Application Action reviews Minuteman III Missile Production, September 28, 1977
352, Press Release, BM contract for low-wall surface mining system near Grafton, September 29, 1977
353, Press Release, FAA’s Plan to reduce the Kanawha Airport Lighting System, September 29, 1977
354, Press Release, Senate Appropriations Subcommittee approves grant for Marshall Medical School, September 30, 1977
355, Speech, WV School Boards Association, Buckhannon, W.Va., September 30, 1977
356, Press Release, Grants, Interior, CSA, Office of Education, September 30, 1977
357, Press Release, NPS will restore four buildings at Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, September 30, 1977
358, Speech/Award, W.Va., Wildlife Federation, Wheeling, October 1, 1977
359, Speech, American Cancer Society (WV Division), Morgantown, October 2, 1977
360, Speech, Preston County Buckwheat Festival, Kingwood, October 2, 1977
361, Press Release, Senate vote releases Highway monies, October 1, 1977
362, Press Release, $500,000 Grant awarded to the AFL-CIO Appalachian Council, Charleston, W.Va., October 3, 1977
363, Press Release, Jennings Randolph meeting with Polish Mining Delegation, October 3, 1977
366, Speech, Coal Conference on Production, Use, etc., The Mayflower Hotel, October 4, 1977
367, Press Release, Natural Gas Act (end of filibuster), October 4, 1977
368, Press Release, Agriculture extends application period for emergency disaster loans, October 5, 1977
369, Speech, Model Secondary School, Gallaudet College, October 5, 1977
370, Press Release, HUD Grants for construction/energy conservation, October 5, 1977
371, Press Release, FAA Study re-air Traffic Control Towers, October 7, 1977
372, Speech, Introduction of Senator John Durkin AFL-CIO, Charleston, W.Va., October 7, 1977
373, Speech, Monongalia General Dedication, Morgantown, W.Va., October 8, 1977
374, Speech, WV Cable Television Association, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., October 9, 1977
375, Guest, Festival of American Folklife, Smithsonian Institution, D.C., October 10, 1977
376, Meeting, Steel Conference I, The White House, October 13, 1977
377, Introduction, Nomination of Sharon Percy Rockefeller Corporation for Public Broadcasting, October 12, 1977
380 Speech, Century Club Banquet, College of Steubenville, October 13, 1977
381 Press Release, Federal Aviation Administration, Langhorne Bond, October 14, 1977
382 Speech, Myers Hall of Health Sciences, Alderson-Broaddus College, October 15, 1977
383 Speech, Columbus Day Dinner-Dance, Italians Sons and Daughters, Weirton, October 15, 1977
384 Press Release, EDA Loan to Bright of America, Nicholas County, October 17, 1977
385 Speech, Workshop on Energy Conservation, Pipestem State Park, October 18, 1977
386 Press Release, Minuteman III, Princeton Plant, October 18, 1977
387 Press Release, Marshall University Medical School to Open, January 3, 1978
388 Speech, New Jersey Alliance for Action, Metuchen, New Jersey, October 19, 1977
389 Guest, Duncan Pavilion Dedication, George Washington, University, October 20, 1977
391 Speech, New River Gorge Bridge Dedication, Fayetteville, October 22, 1977
392 Speech, Postmasters Retirement Dinner, Canaan Valley State Park, October 22, 1977
Press Release, HEW, Office of Human Development, Headstart Programs, Raleigh and Wyoming Counties, October 27, 1977
395 Press Release, White House Conference on Steel, Labor’s TAA Program, Benwood, October 27, 1977
Press Release, Secretary of Defense Reports and Recommendations, Minuteman III Missile Program, October 25, 1977
The Villages, Inc., Topeka, Kansas, 1977
396 Speech, Roanoke College Associates, Hotel Roanoke, Salem, Virginia, October 27, 1977
397 Speech, International Packaging Week, New York Hilton Hotel, October 28, 1977
398 Speech, Appalachian Conference on Balanced Growth and Economic Development, October 29, 1977
399 Speech, Chester Phillips Testimonial, Elkins, October 29, 1977
400 Press Release, Air Force Study on Minuteman III Start-Up Cost, October 28, 1977
401 Speech, Glade Elementary School, Cowen, October 30, 1977
402 Press Release, Energy Stamp Program Amendment, October 31, 1977
403 Press Release, ICC Reverses Decision on Chessie Track (Hartland/Clendenin), October 31, 1977


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404 Guest, Minimum Wage Bill Signing and Hubert Humphrey Building, November 1, 1977
405, Press Release, JR praises President Carter’s initiation of National Energy Plan, November 1, 1977
406, Questionnaire, use of marijuana, November 1, 1977
407, Speech, State Highway and Transportation, Atlantic City, New Jersey, October 31, 1977
408, Press Release, AMTRAK appropriation compromise, November 3, 1977
409, Speech, West Virginia Nature Conservancy, Canaan Valley State Park, November 4, 1977
410, Speech, Jennings Randolph Bridge, Chester, November 7, 1977
411, Press Release, President Carter signs new Coal Mine Health and Safety bill, November 30, 1977
412, Interview, steel situation, WLIT Radio, Steubenville, Ohio, November 9, 1977
413, Press Release, amendment by JR to create presidential study of coal policy, November 10, 1977
414, Press Release, Clean Water Act is balanced bill, November 10, 1977
415, Press Release, MESA contract to West Virginia Department of Mines for health and safety training, November 11, 1977
416, Letter, America’s Best, by C. Paul Luongo, November 11, 1977
417, Press Release, meetings to discuss derailment, November 11, 1977
418, Press Release, Department of Defense contract to Rubber Crafters, November 11, 1977
419, Speech, Fire House dedication, Philippi, November 11, 1977
420, Speech, Dedication of Laurel View Apartments, Belington, November 11, 1977
421, Introduction, Jay Solomon, GSA Armistice Ceremony, Elkins, November 11, 1977
422, Press Release, air cargo legislation, opportunities for handicapped, November 11, 1977
423, Statement, “Save Our Steel” Rally, Steubenville, Ohio, November 11, 1977
424, Press Release, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) can provide up to 75% cost for individual sewage treatment, November 14, 1977
425, Press Release, Office of Education grant for Naugatuck School, Mingo County, November 14, 1977
426, Speech, Solid Wastes Management Association, Washington, November 14, 1977
426A, Article, Coal Industry News, article on JR, November 14, 1977
427, Speech, Business Communications Day, Davis and Elkins College, Elkins, November 15, 1977
428, Press Release, Department of Defense reinstitution of Minuteman III missile production line, November 15, 1977
429, Press Release, HUD grants for central West Virginia, November 16, 1977
Press Release, JR encourage by Carter Administration responses on proposals to prevent dumping of below-market foreign steel imports, November 17, 1977
432, Speech, Kaiser Aluminum Plant anniversary, Ravenswood, November 17, 1977
433, Speech, Hi Carpenter Memorial Bridge Dedication, St. Marys, November 19, 1977
434, Speech, Cabell County Democratic Committee, Huntington, November 19, 1977
435, Press Release, new Williamson water system, November 21, 1977
436, Guest, “FDR,” National Theatre, Washington, November 1977
437, Press Release, CSA grants (anti-poverty), November 23, 1977
438, Statement, black lung bill status, November 23, 1977
439, Press Release, Death of Senator John McClellan, November 28, 1977
440, Introduction, hearing on nomination of Simeon Bright for Postal Rate Commission, November 29, 1977
441, Press Release, seven West Virginia counties named Region VII Economic Development District, November 30, 1977
442, Press Release, JR met with Secretary of Labor Ray Marshall for status on coal contract negotiations, November 29, 1977
443, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation grant for Morgantown Ice Rink, November 30, 1977
444, Press Release, letter to Lou Horvath, Williamson, about HUD actions regarding flood problems, November 1977
445, Speech, National Conference of State Legislatures, Washington, December 1, 1977
446, Presentation, Save Our Steel, petitions at White House, December 1, 1977
447, Press Release, black lung compromise plan by JR, December 1, 1977
448, Speech, Fairmont Arbors Dedication, Fairmont, December 4, 1977
449, Speeches, Harrison County Correctional Center/Courthouse Annex and Sheltered Workshop, December 4, 1977
450, Press Release, ARC grant for “Parenting Education” in central West Virginia, December 5, 1977
451, Press Release, Solomon Task Force Report regarding steel, December 6, 1977
452, Press Release, ARC grant for Marion County landfill, December 8, 1977
453, Speech, ARC meeting at United States Capitol, December 8, 1977
454, Press Release, agriculture returns, National Forest product revenues to West Virginia counties, December 9, 1977
455, Speech, Wood County Airport, Parkersburg, December 9, 1977
456, Announcement, JR to seek re-election, December 9, 1977
457, Press Release, aging veterans health care hearing, Beckley, December 1977
458, Press Release, HUD will allocate two thousand units, December 2, 1977
459, Guest, Rural Health Clinics bill signing, White House, December 13, 1977
460, Press Release, West Virginia turnpike funds, December 15, 1977
461, Press Release, Senate approves black lung compromise, December 15, 1977
462, Press Release, Senate extends Emergency Natural Gas Act, December 15, 1977
463, Press Release, rumors about closing rural post offices, December 19, 1977
464, Article, “The Ear,” Washington Star, November 25, 1977
465, Press Release, Army contract with B F Goodrich, Grantsville, December 20, 1977
466, Guest, C & P Choraliers at the Eclipse, December 19, 1977
467, Press Release, EDA funds for Marion County Industrial Park, December 21, 1977
468, Press Release, EDA loan guarantee for Snowshoe, December 22, 1977
469, Press Release, EDA grants for regional development, December 28, 1977
470, Press Release, President Carter signs clean water act, December 28, 1977
471, Press Release, Legal Services Corporation grants, December 29, 1977
472, Press Release, special commemorative “Quilting” stamp, Charleston, December 29, 1977
473, Speech, A Roast for Shorty Hardman, Charleston, December 30, 1977
474, Guest, Monsanto Co., Nitro, December 30, 1977
475, Article, Federal Highway Legislation, Better Roads Magazine, January 1978
476, Speech, Allegheny Airlines Board of Directors, Chrystal City Marriott Hotel, January 4, 1978
477, Statement, Air Quality in Kanawha Valley, Charleston Daily Mail, January 4, 1978
478, Statement, Tug Valley Assistance, January 4, 1978
479, Press Release, HEW Funds for Handicapped, January 5, 1978
480, Award, Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis Society of America, January 5, 1978
481, Article, “Father Carcich Charged Embezzler, Washington Post, January 7, 1978
482, Speech, School of Medicine, Marshall University, Huntington, January 10, 1978
484, Speech, VA Health Care Hearing, Beckley, January 11, 1978
485, Press Release, FDAA will pay 50% cost of propane gas for Tug Valley flood victims, January 11, 1978
486, Statement, Federal Mediation Service, Coal Strike Discussions, January 2, 1978
487, Press Release, FAA Administrator Bond will visit five West Virginia airports, with Jennings Randolph and Robert C. Byrd, January 11, 1978
488, Press Release, Energy Contract for Coal Facility, Morgantown, January 13, 1978
489, Press Release, Rockwell International Negotiates Sale of Morgantown Division, January 13, 1978
490, Funeral, Hubert H. Humphrey, Waverly, Minnesota, January 16, 1978
491, Press Release, UMTA Grant for Elderly/Handicapped, January 18, 1978
492, Article, Correction: US News and World Report, January 1978
493, Press Release, Farmer Visit on Capitol Hill, January 19, 1978


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494, Speech, Outdoor Advertising Association, Watergate Hotel, January 20, 1978
496, President Carter’s Address on the State of the Union, January 20, 1978
497, Press Release, FHA Loans for West Virginia, January 23, 1978
498, Guest, Jennings Randolph Files for Re-election, Rockefeller Hosts Reception, January 23, 1978
499, Press Release, Interior Budget Forum 1979, January 24, 1978
500, Press Release, Tug Valley Citizens Committee Meeting, January 24, 1978
501, Remarks for Elkins Weather Station Recording, January 20, 1978
502, Press Release, Black Lung Benefits Bill Passes and Clears House, January 25, 1978
503, Guest, West Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges, White Sulphur Spring, January 27, 1978
504, Introduction, Bill Muncey (Timmie) Award, Touchdown Club, Washington, January 28, 1978
505, Press Release, Federal Dam Inspection Program, January 30, 1978
506, Press Release, Telegram Urges SBA to Declare 12 West Virginia Counties a Disaster Area, January 31, 1978
506, Press Release, House-Senate Conferees Approves Black Lung Reform Bill, January 31, 1978
507, Article, Coal as Versatile Energy Source, AFL-CIO Observer, January 1978
508, Award, Industry-Labor Council, White House Conference on the Handicapped, February 1, 1978
509, Guest, Senate Youth Luncheon, William Randolph Hearst Foundation, February 1, 1978
510, Statement, March of Dimes Telerama, Bluefield, February 1, 1978 (empty)
511, Speech, White House Conference on Balanced Growth, Sheraton Park Hotel, Washington, February 2, 1978
512, Press Release, TVA Office, Charleston, February 2, 1978
513, Speech, Society for Professional Engineers, Clarksburg, February 3, 1978
514, Speech, Kanawha-Charleston Health Center, February 4, 1978
515, Speech, National Asphalt Pavement Association, Atlanta, February 6, 1978
516, Press Release, Senate Approves Black Lung Bill, February 6, 1978
517, Conference on Black Lung Reform, White House, February 7, 1978
518, Statement, Subcommittee on Transportation, February 7, 1978
519, Guest, President Signs Black Lung Reform, White House, February 10, 1978
520, Speech, Resource Recovery Conference, Charleston, February 10, 1978
521, Speech, Kiwanis Club Luncheon, Charleston, February 10, 1978
522, Speech, West Virginia School Food Service Association, Charleston, February 10, 1978
523, Statement, James G. Harlow Appointed National Advisory Commission on Career Education, February 9, 1978
Press Release, West Virginia Planning Association Conference, Charleston, February 12, 1978
524, Speech, Introduction of Juanita Kreps, West Virginia Planning Association, February 12, 1978
525, Statement, Resumption of Coal Pact Talks, February 15, 1978
526, Speech, American Road and Transportation Builders, Washington Hilton, February 13, 1978
527, Speech, Institute of Educational Research, Atlanta, February 13, 1978
528, Interview, NBC, regarding Middle East crisis, February 14, 1978
529, Speech, AFL-CIO Federation, Charleston, February 14, 1978 (empty)
530, Press Release, Coal Strike, February 24, 1978
531, Press Release, Rockwell International, Morgantown, February 17, 1978
532, Award, American Legion, Capitol Hilton, February 22, 1978
533, Statement, Committee on Rules and Admin, regarding Public Works Budget, February 23, 1978
534, Statement, Cosmopolitan Cultural Hour, WEIR Radio, Weirton, February 21, 1978
535, Statement, Black Lung Benefits Reform Act, February 28, 1978
[536] Press Release, Ohio Pollution, February 28, 1978
537, Speech, New Deal 45th Anniversary Dinner, Capitol Hilton, March 4, 1978
538, Speech, Veterans Administration National Legislative Committee, Washington, March 5, 1978
539, Guest, Coal Contract Negotiations, The White House, March 6, 1978
540, Speech, US Steel Legislative Conference, Charleston, March 8, 1978
541, Press Release, Coke Quenching Process, Weirton Steel, March 9, 1978
[542] Press Release, Billy Burke of Glenville, Executive Director of West Virginia Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, March 10, 1978
543, Statement, Dr. James Harlow Dies in Washington, March 10, 1978
544, Speech, Let’s Play to Grow Conference, Huntington, March 10, 1978
545, Press Release, Panama Canal Neutrality Committee, March 15, 1978
546, Interview, FTC on Raymond Lee Organization, March 17, 1978
547, Speech, American Concrete Pipe Association, Atlanta, March 15, 1978
548, Press Release, Panama Canal Neutrality Treaty, March 16, 1978
549, Press Release, Randolph for Senate Committee, March 17, 1978
550, Appalachian State Senators, Washington, March 22, 1978
551, Press Release, Weirton-Steubenville Bridge, March 22, 1978
552, Introduction, Senator Paul Sarbanes, World Affairs Institute, Morgantown, March 24, 1978
553, Statement, Coal Contract Agreement, March 25, 1978
554, Press Release, ARC Grants for Hospitals, March 28, 1978
555, Press Release, DOE/Gulf Conversion Plant, March 29, 1978
556, Press Release, DOD will build ten missile guidance systems, March 30, 1978
557, Press Release, EDA loan for US Stamping Company, Moundsville/Chessie System Land, Cameron, March 31, 1978
558, Speech, College of Mineral and Energy Resources, West Virginia University, April 1, 1978
559, Press Release, Department of Commerce, $2.2 million for health care in five Appalachian states, April 3, 1978
560, Press Release, Tug Valley flood situation, April 4, 1978
561, Statement, HUD rejects Charleston/Parkersburg grants, April 5, 1978
562, Speech, National EDA Conference Dinner, Reston, Virginia, April 5, 1978
563, Speech, EEO Commission, New York, April 6, 1978
564, Press Release, Office of Management and Budget Cutback, Appalachian Highways
Questionnaire, WVEA Political Action Committee, April 6, 1978


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566, Speech, Interfaith Chapel, Rehabilitation Center, Institute, April 9, 1978
567, Article/Response by JR, speed limit debate, US News and World Report, April 10, 1978
568, Speech, Land and Water Conference, Morgantown, April 11, 1978
569, Statement, Owens-Illinois closes Fairmont Plant (empty), April 13, 1978
570, Speech, Bluefield Chamber of Commerce, Bluefield, April 14, 1978
571, Statement, JR for Senate campaign, new names on committee (Hulett Smith and James Sprouse), April 15, 1978
572, Speech, Thames/Potomac Seminar, L’Enfant Plaza Hotel, Washington, April 16, 1978
573, Speech, Pacific Capitol Group, Chattanooga, Tennessee, April 17, 1978
574, Speech, Introduction of Senator Durkin, Amen Corner, Pittsburgh, April 15, 1978
575, Speech, Eastern Gateway Travel Council, Harpers Ferry, April 20, 1978
576, Statement, Your Candidate Speaks, WSWP Radio, Beckley, April 1978
577, Speech, Steelmark SOS Banquet, Follansbee, April 22, 1978
578, Press Release, JR amendment designating turnpike, Interstate System, April 25, 1978
579, Letter to Editor, Charleston Gazette, regarding “Braless Bubbleheads,” April 26, 1978
580, Press Release, Willow Island Disaster, April 28, 1978
581, Speech, West Virginia State Heritage Preservation, Charleston, April 28, 1978
582, Speech, Monongalia County Vo-Tech Center, Morgantown, April 28, 1978
583, Speech, Barbour County Democratic Dinner Rally, Philippi, April 28, 1978
584, Statement Values Education Commission, Congressional Record, April 26, 1978
585, Press Release, campaign contribution, D. F. Antonelli, April 27, 1978
586, Guest, White House Correspondents Association, Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, April 29, 1978
587, Guest, Blaine Michael attends Lincoln County Democratic Rally, April 29, 1978
588, Speech, Harrison County Senior Center, Clarksburg, April 30, 1978
589, Press Release, Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel, stock ownership plan, May 1, 1978
590, Speech, Outstanding Handicapped Employee, Postal Service, Eastern Region, May 2, 1978
591, Speech, National Solar Day demonstration, Clarksburg, May 2, 1978
596, Speech, International Trade Commission, Homer Laughlin/Anchor Hocking, May 1, 1978
597, Speech, Resource Recovery Luncheon, Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, May 4, 1978
598, Speech, Teays Valley water project, Teays Valley, May 5, 1978
599, Speech, West Virginia State College Social Services, Institute, May 5, 1978
600, Speech, municipal buildings/mudslide project, McMechen, May 6, 1978
601, Speech, Coal Creek bridges dedication, Weston, May 6, 1978
602, Speech, Centurion Club luncheon, Salem, May 6, 1978
603, Press Release, subcommittee hearings urged, New River Gorge legislation, May 6, 1978
604, Award, Doctor of Laws, College of Steubenville, May 7, 1978
605, Speech, Boy Scouts Tri-State Council, Marshall University Center, Huntington, May 9, 1978
606, Press Release, Veterans Committee grant for Marshall University Medical School, May 10, 1978
607, Statement, Energy Impact Assistance Hearing, Subcommittee on Regional and Community Development, May 10, 1978
608, Press Release, National Architectural Barrier Awareness Week, May 11, 1978
609, Press Release, “Buy American” amendment in new Federal highway bill, May 11, 1978
610, Speech, Economics Club, Orlando, Florida, May 12, 1978
611, Press Release, Veterans Administration will keep open Wheeling Clinic two days per week until end of year, May 12, 1978
612, Speech, Salvation Army dinner, Beckley, May 13, 1978
613, Press Release, Department of Energy approves Cabin Creek plant, May 16, 1978
614, Speech, American Movers conference, Washington, May 17, 1978
Tribute to RCB, Washington May 17, 1978
615, Speech, commencement address, West Liberty State College, May 20, 1978
616, Speech, American Postal Workers Union, Clarksburg, May 20, 1978
617, Press Release, coal loan guarantees regulations published in Federal Register, May 19, 1978
618, Speech, introduction of HEW Secretary Joseph A. Califano, Jr., Davis and Elkins College commencement, Elkins, May 21, 1978
619, Release, S. 3126, Postal Service to Committee on Governmental Affairs, May 22, 1978
620, Press Release, WETZ Radio, 25th anniversary, New Martinsville, May 25, 1978
621, Guest, President Jimmy Carter, JR fundraiser, Charleston, May 26, 1978
622, Tour, Blaw-Knox Plant, Wheeling, May 27, 1978
623, Introduction, Joe DiMaggio, Italian Sons and Daughters of America, dinner/dance, Weirton, May 27, 1978
624, Press Release, Weirton-Steubenville Bridge, review completed by mid-July, May 31, 1978
625, Guest, United States Department of Agriculture awards, Sylvan Theatre, Monument Grounds, Washington, June 1, 1978
626, Speech, American Bar Institute Seminar, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, June 1, 1978
627, Press Release, TVA purchases 4.5 million tons of West Virginia coal, June 1, 1978
628, Statement, potholes, West Virginia highways, June 1, 1978
629, Speech, Professional Engineers, White Sulphur Springs, June 2, 1978
630, Speech, Single Service Institute, White Sulphur Springs, June 2, 1978
631, Guest, Greenbrier County Democratic rally and Bendix Plant tour notes, June 2, 1978


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632, Guest, West Virginia Strawberry Festival, Buckhannon, June 3, 1978
633, Speech, West Virginia Disabled American Veterans, Princeton, June 3, 1978
634, Statement, death of Senator Joseph Montoya, June 5, 1978
635, Speech, Rockwell International Plant, Morgantown, June 5, 1978
636, Press Release, EPA urged to ease air pollution requirements at Westvaco Plant, June 6, 1978
637, Press Release, President Jimmy Carter’s water policy, June 6, 1978
638, Fundraiser, JR for Senate, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, June 6, 1978
639, Speech, Rivesville High School, Rivesville, June 7, 1978
640, Statement, EPA to exempt Harrison Power Station from new, stricter air pollution controls, June 7, 1978
641, Press Release, labor law cloture vote, June 7, 1978
642, Press Release, OSHA findings at Willow Island, June 8, 1978
643, Statement, labor law reform amendment, June 9, 1978
644, Speech, West Virginia State Society of Anesthesiologists, Lakeview Inn, Morgantown, June 9, 1978
645, Guest, West Virginia National League of Postmasters, Clarksburg/Bridgeport, June 9, 1978
646, Speech, Lions/Rotary/Kiwanis luncheon, Sheraton Inn, Clarksburg, June 9, 1978
647, Press Release, transportation funds for Huntington bridge, June 23, 1978
648, Press Release, Department of Energy urged to expedite Coal Research Lab program, June 12, 1978
649, Press Release, District of Columbia Dental Society names JR “Humanitarian of the Year,” June 13, 1978
650, Audiotape, WELD Radio Day, Moorefield Jaycees, June 14, 1978
651, Press Release, JR letter to Al Ullman, June 16, 1978
652, Press Release, Black Lung Disability Trust Fund, June 16, 1978
653, Speech, Monongalia General Hospital, Morgantown, June 17, 1978
654, Introduction, Secretary of Labor Ray Marshall, AP Broadcasters, Wheeling, June 17, 1978
655, Press Release, Post Office branches at Cross Lanes, Marmet, and Sissonville, June 20, 1978
656, Speech, Region I Planning and Development, Pipestem State Park, June 21, 1978
657, Speech, Surface Mining Operations luncheon, Hilton Hotel, Washington, June 23, 1978
658, Speech, American Legion Boys State, Jackson’s Mill, June 23, 1978
659, Speech, West Virginia Health Systems Agency, Charleston, June 24, 1978
660, Speech, VFW State Convention, Morgantown, June 24, 1978
661, Speech, Pleasant View fundraiser, Hedgesville, June 24, 1978
662, Press Release, Department of Energy selects Alderson-Broaddus College as solar demonstration site, June 26, 1978
663, Host, National YMCA Youth Governors, June 26, 1978
664, Press Release, Senate approves 5% cut in foreign aid funds, June 26, 1978
665, Statement, Interstate Commerce Commission hearing on Amtrak Service, Martinsburg, June 27, 1978
666, Press Release, amendment barring revision of repayment of Soviet debt, June 28, 1978
667, Press Release, Army will dredge Tug Fork, June 29, 1978
668, Press Release, American Legion commends JR on Panama Canal vote, June 29, 1978
669, Speech, wastewater treatment plant, Princeton, June 30, 1978
670, Speech, Taft Seminar on Practical Politics, Marshall University, Huntington, June 30, 1978
671, Press Release, labor assistance for Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel employees laid off due to imports, June 30, 1978
672, Press Release, New River – A National River?, July 5, 1978
673, Press Release, Weirton-Steubenville Bridge bids, July 7, 1978
674, Speech, Nettie-Leivasy Public Service District water system, Nicholas County, July 8, 1978
675, Speech, Mossy Public Service district water system dedication, Fayette County, July 8, 1978
676, Speech, Montgomery General Hospital, Montgomery, July 8, 1978
677, Speech, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, July 9, 1978
678, Speech, West Virginia National Association of Postmasters, Wheeling, July 10, 1978
679, Press Release, Congress approves Grandparents Day, July 10, 1978
Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corporation
West Virginia Italian Heritage Festival
680, Press Release, National Federation of Blind declares JR "Friend of the Blind," July 10, 1978
681, Speech, Solvent Refined Coal II Project, Morgantown, July 12, 1978
682, Speech, Southern Regional School Boards Association Luncheon, White Sulphur Springs, July 14, 1978
683, Press Release, Power Plant and Industrial Fuel Act of 1978, July 14, 1978
684, Speech (delivered by Barbara Webb), Hepzibah Public Service District, July 14, 1978
685, Statement, power plant at Davis, July 14, 1978
686, Speech, Aero-Mech loan closing, Clarksburg, July 15, 1978
687, Conference, West Virginia Education Association Political Action Committee, July 15, 1978
688, Speech, American Legion Convention, Charleston, July 15, 1978
689, Speech, Future Farmers of America Banquet, Jackson's Mill, July 15, 1978
690, Guest, Starcher Baptist Church, Charleston, July 16, 1978
691, Speech, West Virginia Career College, Charleston, July 16, 1978
692, Speech, Pilot Club International, July 17, 1978
693, Press Release, Powerplant and Industrial Fuel Act of 1978, July 18, 1978
694, Host, National Youth Science Camp, July 19, 1978
695, Speech, West Virginia Agricultural Hall of Fame, Jackson’s Mill, July 22, 1978
696, Press Release, Turkish arms embargo amendment, July 24, 1978
697, Introduction, Bessie Sparks, University of Hard Knocks, July 22, 1978
698, Speech, positive mental attitude class, Butner Federal Prison, North Carolina, July 23, 1978
699, Speech, Civic Center groundbreaking, Charleston, July 24, 1978
701, Statement, dollar vs. yen, energy policy of United States, July 25, 1978
702, Guest, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee honors Frank Church, Cleveland, July 27, 1978
703, Speech, National Fishery Center, Leetown, July 29, 1978
704, Introduction of Robert C. Byrd, Raleigh County Airport Terminal, Beckley, July 30, 1978
705, Press Release, Senate Appropriations Subcommittee Public Works approves $10 million for Tug Fork, August 1, 1978


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706, Introduction, Senator Thomas Eagleton, West Virginia Federal AFL-CIO, August 3, 1978
707, Press Release, amendment to cease funding of Phillip Hart Senate Office Building, August 4, 1978
707A, Press Release, Rural Health Initiative Program, August 4, 1978
708, Press Release, OSHA will seek delay in removal of Willow Island debris for study, August 4, 1978
709, Guest, JR birthplace sign on US 50, Salem, August 6, 1978
710, Guest, Garibaldi Parade, Follansbee, August 5, 1978
711, Press Release, amendment to provide $20 million for synthetic fuels loan guarantees, August 8, 1978
712, Press Release, amendment to Highway Act provides $100 million to repair roads, August 9, 1978
713, Press Release, amendment to restore $105 million to Agricultural Conservation Program, August 10, 1978
714, Press Release, water resources provisions of Public Works and Energy appropriations, August 10, 1978
715, Speech, JR campaign headquarters, Charleston, August 11, 1978
716, Press Release, WSAZ-TV interview regarding Tug Fork, August 11, 1978
717, Press Release, Weirton-Steubenville Bridge open today, August 8, 1978
718, Speech, West Virginia Press Association, Canaan Valley State Park, August 19, 1978
719, Speech, Vice President Mondale at Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Charleston, August 19, 1978
720, Guest, Lilly Reunion, Beckley, August 20, 1978
721, Guest, West Virginia State Fair, August 19, 1978
722, Speech, West Virginia Municipal League, Morgantown, August 20, 1978
723, Press Release, District of Columbia voting rights, August 21, 1978
724, Press Release, highway bill will double funds for interstate construction, August 22, 1978
725, Press Release, TVA purchases West Virginia coal, August 22, 1978
726, Statement, Houdaille Industries, contract for steel bumpers, August 24, 1978
727, Speech, Elkins High School renovation, August 26, 1978
728, Speech, Wetzel County Democratic Picnic, New Martinsville, August 26, 1978
729, Speech, National League of Postmasters, Washington, August 27, 1978
730, Program, Tygart Valley Horse Show, August 27, 1978
731, Speech, Good Zoo, Oglebay Park, Wheeling, August 31, 1978
732, Speech, Braxton County Homecoming, Sutton, September 3, 1978
733, Speech, Labor Day Celebration, Whitesville, September 4, 1978
734, Press Release, Norfolk and Western Railroad strike, September 7, 1978
735, Introduction, Senator Birch Bayh, Monongalia County fundraiser, September 8, 1978
736, Speech, Roberts Garden Housing Project, Martinsburg, September 9, 1978
737, Speech, Putnam County Homecoming, Winfield, September 10, 1978
738, Guest, International Conference of Police Association, Washington, September 11, 1978
739, Statement, surface mining regulations hearing, Subcommittee on Public Lands, September 11, 1978
740, Press Release, National Gas Conference report, September 12, 1978
741, Press Release, JR critical of US Labor Department regarding migrant workers, Eastern Panhandle apple harvest, September 13, 1978
742, Press Release, Labor Department looking for black lung field office in Logan, September 13, 1978
743, Interview, Tug Fork Flood Control Program, Williamson Daily News, September 14, 1978
744, Speech, Senate Steel Caucus, September 13, 1978
745, Guest, Lieutenant Governor Chuck Robb of Virginia addresses JR dinner, Elkins, September 15, 1978
746, Guest, Frontier Days Parade, Shinnston, September 16, 1978
747, Speech, water line extension dedication, Buckhannon, September 16, 1978
748, Press Release, radioactive waste disposal, September 18, 1978
749, Guest, Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, September 19, 1978
750, Press Release, JR urges President Jimmy Carter to sign Public Works appropriations bill, September 20, 1978
751, Statement, McDowell Countians angry at Governor Jay Rockefeller over highway program, September 21, 1978
752, Speech, Mountwood Park Dedication, Waverly, September 23, 1978
753, Speech, Clay Courthouse Dedication, Clay, September 23, 1978
754, Guest, Hancock County Democratic Dinner, Weirton, September 26, 1978
772, Guest, Five County Rally Moose Acres Picnic Grounds, October 8, 1978
773, Guest, Ohio Valley Polka Spree, Wheeling, W.Va., October 8, 1978
774, Speech, Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel PAC Dinner, Wheeling, W.Va., October 8, 1978
775, Introduction, Max Cleland receives award Rel Heritage of America, October 1978
776, Press Release, Secretary Vance dedicates Lincoln High School, Shinnston, October 11, 1978
776a, Press Release, $10.2 Billion Public Works Funding Bill Revived!, Washington, D.C., October 6, 1978
777, Press Release, Amendment to provide one-time tax on handicapped/older Americans, October 11, 1978
778, Statement, South Branch Line Transfer to W.Va., October 11, 1978
779, Statement, Public Works and Energy Appropriations, October 15, 1978
780, Press Release, State of Ohio approves contract bid on Weirton-Steubenville Bridge, October, 1978
781, Press Release, Senate approves legislation affecting Tin Plate Industry, October 13, 1978
782, Press Release, Barbara Blum, EPA, W.Va. Federation of Demo Women, October 13, 1978
783, Speech, Support of H.R. 11733, the Surface Transportation Assistance Act of 1978, Washington, D.C., October 14, 1978
784, Press Release, Jennings Randolph introduces bill to extend ARC for 4 years, October 16, 1978
785, Press Release, Vocational Rehabilitation bill approved by Senate, October 16, 1978
786, Speech, Merritt Creek Waterline Extension Green Acres, Lesage, W.Va., October 15, 1978
787, Speech, International Public Works Congress, Boston, Massachusetts, October 16, 1978
788, Press Release, Black Lung filing deadline extended to February 18, 1979
789, Speech, WV Association of Student Councils, Jackson Mill, October 16, 1978
790, Article, New River Protected (60 miles), Charleston Daily Mail, Kittle, October 16, 1978
791, Letter, Berkeley Chamber of Commerce regarding upgrading of Route 9, September 19, 1978
792, Introduction, Senator Edmund S. Muskie (D-ME), Wheeling, W.Va., October 18, 1978
793, Introduction, Vice President Walter F. Mondale, W.Va. Education Association, October 20, 1978
794, Guest, Mason County Demo Dinner, Point Pleasant, W.Va., October 21, 1978
795, Statement, Brockway Glass Company to close, Clarksburg, W.Va., October 24, 1978
796, Guest, Fayette County, October 25, 1978
797, Speech, Jacob Arbors Groundbreaking, Charleston, W.Va., October 25, 1978
798, Speech, Tri-Regional EMS Workshop, Charleston, W.Va., October 25, 1978
799, Press Release, Black Lung Offices open in six W.Va. locations, October 25, 1978
800, Speech, VA Medical Center Groundbreaking, Martinsburg, W.Va., October 26, 1978
802, Press Release, Chessie System to equalize coal car hopper distribution, October 30, 1978
803, Press Release, EPA gave final approval to W.Va. revised state air pollution control plan, Washington, D.C., October 31, 1978
804, Speech, Logan-Mingo Mental Health Service, W.Va., November 2, 1978
804a, Press Release, ARC/Research Triangle Institute study on coal/pollution regulation, November 2, 1978
805, Guest, Pleasants County Demo Luncheon, St. Mary’s, November 3, 1978
806, Letter, Califano advises Jennings Randolph regarding Black Lung provisions/review, November 3, 1978
807, Press Release, COAL DAILY article regarding National Energy Act, November 3, 1978
808, Press Release, White House meeting to be held on Davis Power Project, November 4, 1978
809, Press Release, EDA grant $50,000 to develop PPG property in Harrison County, November 5, 1978
810, Press Conference prior to November Election, November 6, 1978
811, Press Release, President Carter signs $2.2 million Vocational Rehabilitation Act, November 7, 1978
812, Press Release, Mrs. Randolph’s health, November, 1978
813, Speech, Equestrian Center/James C. Stam, Salem College, November 12, 1978
814, Speech, ARC “New Generation” Conference, Asheville, N.C., November 16, 1978
814a, Statement, Thank-you, AFL-CIO, for support, November 22, 1978
815, Statement, Coal Commission hearings, Washington, PA, December 1, 1978
816, Guest, International Labor-Management Breakfast, Pittsburgh, PA, December 1, 1978
817, Speech, Wetzel County Correctional Unit, Martinsburg, W.Va., December 2, 1978
818, Speech, Equipment Manufacturers Association, Washington, D.C., December 5, 1978
819, Speech, Keep America Beautiful, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C., December 6, 1978
820, Speech, Roosevelt New Deal Implementation “Strategy of Change” symposium, December 6, 1978


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821, Speech, US Brewers, Mayflower Hotel, D.C., December 7, 1978
824, Award, Wright Brothers Memorial Trophy, National Aeronautics Association, December 8, 1978
825, Press Release, EDA loan $100 million for Wh-Pitt Steel New Rail Mill, December 28, 1978
826, Guest, United Cerebral Palsy Telethon, WOAY-TV Oak Hill, December 31, 1978
1, FMHA, January 4, 1979
2, Press Release, Letter to Lou Harveth, Williamson, regarding flood control legislation, January 5, 1979
3, Host, Reception after swearing in, January 16, 1979
4, Guest, National Prayer Breakfast, Washing Hilton Hotel, January 18, 1979
5, Statement, Coal Liquification Plant at Morgantown, W.Va., January 18, 1979
6, Statement, by Senator Randolph on Fiscal 1980 Budget Proposals, January 22, 1979
7, Press Release, HEW appoints Dr. Ralph Ryan to serve on National Advisory Eye Council, January 25, 1979
8, Public Works, January 31, 1979
9, Press Release, President Carter’s State of the Union Address, January 24, 1979
10, Visit, Sam Mallison/Clarksburg funeral, February 1, 1979
11, Attendee, Former Vice President Rockefeller funeral service in New York, February 2, 1979
12, Introduction, Sharon Rockefeller speaks on women to Committee on Human Resources, January 31, 1979
13, Press Release, Senate Steel Caucus I and II, February 6-7, 1979
14, Press Release, Weirton Bridge construction will begin after water drops, February 6, 1979
14a, Press Release, Corridor H is top priority, February 7, 1979
15, Statement, Rosalynn Carter testimony before subcommittee on Health and Scientific Research, February 7, 1979
16, Press Release, 55-MPH Speed Limit must be strictly enforced, February 8, 1979
17, Interview, WWVA Radio (Wheeling), February 9, 1978
18, Press Release, United Airlines proposed cutback, February 16, 1979
19, Letter, to President regarding 18% tariff on Mexican freight car imports, February 12, 1978
20, Press Release, White House meeting regarding Davis Power Project, February 13, 1979
21, Introduction, Senator Charles Mathias (R-MD) West Virginia Labor Federation, AFL-CIO, February 13, 1979
22, Interview, Ann Swardson, BUSINESS WEEK, on Coal Haul Road Problem, February 15, 1979
23, Press Release, FHA authorizes initial $22.5 million to upgrade WV Turnpike, February 15, 1979
24, Letter, JR defends stance on AMTRAK and Senate Resolution 49, February 17, 1979
25, Speech, Virginia Angus Association, Charlottsville, Va., February 17, 1979
26, Speech, American Road and Transportation Builders, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 20, 1979
27, Press Release, Environment and Public Works hearings on Extension of ARC and Network, February 21, 1979
28, Press Release, Airline Dergulation hurts West Virginia, February 22, 1979
29, JR response to Charleston Gazette editorial on “AMTRAK Cuts to Save Money,” February 22, 1979
30, Press Release, TVA considers W.Va. for Coal Power, February 23, 1979
31, Speech, American Legion Auxiliary, Washington, D.C., February 24, 1979
32, At Governor’s Association, February 26, 1979
33, Speech, National Energy Resources Organization, Washington, D.C., February 27, 1979
34, Speech, Allied Chemical Corporation, Washington, D.C., February 28, 1979
35, Press Release, EDA reorganization activities, February 28, 1979
36, Snowshoe payoff/trustee certificate, Charleston National Bank, March 1, 1979
37, Speech, Blinded Veterans Association, Washington, D.C, March 3, 1979
38, Press Release, W.Va. League of Municipalities Meeting, March 5, 1979
39, Funeral, Senator Dewey Bartlett, Tulsa, Oklahoma, March 6, 1979
40, Press Release, National Peace Academy honors Jennings Randolph, March 7, 1979
41, Press Release, President of the Coal Commission establishes Collective Bargaining Seminar, March 7, 1979
42, Guest, Mining and Reclamation Council, Washington, D.C., March 7, 1979
43, Press Release, Steel Caucus III with Bob Strauss, March 7, 1979
44, Editorial, “How much is AMTRAK worth to us?” Charleston Gazette, March 8, 1979
45, Press Release, Stricter Limitation on outside income, March 9, 1979
46, Speech, Federal Correction Institution, Alderson, W.Va., March 9, 1979
47, GSA Space, March 12, 1979
48, Press Release, Sex Discrimination in Intercollegiate Athletics, March 13, 1979
49, Press Release, Jay Soloman testifies on GSA, March 16, 1979
50, Press Release, United Airlines will delay decision on Charleston Service, March 16, 1979
51, Press Release, Water Resources bill will provide $132 million for W.Va. Projects, March 19, 1979
52, Statement, EPA/Wheeling-Pitt Steel Consent Decree, March 19, 1979
53, Letter, Jennings Randolph response to Bob Mellace column on political clout/air Service, March 20, 1979
54, Press Release, Carter expected to talk coal in Energy Message next week, March 21, 1979
55, Statement, Steel Caucus IV, March 22, 1979
56, Press Release, Hazardous/Toxic Waste Hearings Solid Waste Disposal Act, March 22, 1979
57, Guest, HEW Califano introduces new system of “Closed Captioning” television, March 23, 1979
58, Press Release, Telegram to Schlesinger urges President to expand coal research, March 26, 1979
59, Speech, Wheeling-Pitt Steel Rail Mill Groundbreaking , Monessen, Pennsylvania, March 27, 1979
60, Article, “Should Congress Terms Be Limited?” The AMERICAN LEGION Magazine, March, 1979
61, Press Release, Telegram to Langhorne Bond, FAA, regarding Allegheny Commuter Landing Slot, March 27, 1979
62, Davis Power, May 28, 1979
63, Press Release, Jennings Randolph introduces $4.7 billion bill to extend ARC and its Influence, March 29, 1979
64, Guest, Save the Trains Rally, Union Station, D.C., April 3, 1979
65, Escort, W.Va. Cherry Blossom Princess, National Conference of State Societies, April 3, 1979
66, Guest, Amen Corner, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 4, 1979
67, Press Release, WH should delay proposals fro new nuclear plant sites, April 5, 1979
68, Press Release, President Carter’s Energy Plan, April 6, 1979
69, Statement, Luukemia Radiothon WCLG-Radio, Morgantown, April 8, 1979
70, Statement, Public Works and Economic Development Act Extension, April 10, 1979
71, Press Release, Three Mile Island Nuclear Plant, Middleton, PA, April 10, 1979
72, Guest, FDR Commemorative Ceremony, National Archives, April 12, 1979
73, Press Release, Anchor-Hocking buys Brockway Plant, April 11, 1979
74, Guest, Interparliamentary Union, Prague, Czechoslovakia, April, 1979
75, Press Release, Appointees to US Military Academics, April 20, 1979
76, Letter, J. Curtis Counts, National Master Freight Agreement, April 20, 1979
77, Press Release, Governor Thornburgh testifies on Nuclear Power Plant Regulations, Aprl 23, 1979
78, Press Release, Susan Darnell of Vienna is Truman Scholar from W.Va., April 24, 1979
79, Press Release, Steve Hunter Testifies on EDA, Water Resources Hearings in June, April 24, 1979
80, Press Release, Amendment to First Concurrent Budget Resolution, delete Federal Aid, April 24, 1979


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81, Press Release, Consol Coal opens new mine on Dent’s Run Road, near Mannington, April 25, 1979
82, Press Release, Davis Power Project slowness, April 25, 1979
83, Press Release, Jennings Randolph Pleads to save AMTRAK system in First concurrent Budget Resolution, April 26, 1979
84, Interview, WSAZ-TV, Huntington, W.Va., April 26, 1979
85, Statement, Airline Deregulation Act of 1978, Oversight hearings, April 27, 1979
86, Speech, Berkeley Springs Groundbreaking, Martinsburg, W.Va., April 28, 1979
87, Victor Gonzalez, April 30, 1979
88, Speech, Solid Waste Management Association, Kansas City, Missouri, May 2, 1979
89, Press Release, “Superstar” production by Gallaudet College Model School, May 2, 1979
90, Press Release, Steel Caucus V to extend quotas on specialty steel imports, May 3, 1979
91, Speech, American Tin Trade Association, New York City, New York, May 4, 1979
92, Award, Phi Delta Kappa, Morgantown, W.Va., May 4, 1979
93, Speech, Five Station Dedication, Vienna, W.Va., May 5, 1979
94, Introductions, Armand Hammer and George Stinson, Salem College Commencement, May 6, 1979
95, Letter, Jennings Randolph response to Steve Mullins regarding “Scrambling for Credit,” May 7, 1979
96, Easter Seals, April 5, 1979
96, White House, President says he is eager to see increased production/use of coal, May 8, 1979
97, Meeting W.Va. Chamber of Commerce, May 10, 1979
98, Press Release, Stand by Gas Rationing Plan, May 10, 1979
99, Press Release, ARC Extension bill reported by Senate Environment and Public Works, May 9, 1979
100, Introduction, Senator Joe Biden – Marshall University Commencement, May 12, 1979
101, Press Release, History of Mother’s Day Observance, May 11, 1979
102, Press Release, Government Regulations regarding Coal Subcommittee on Advocacy/Small Business, May 14, 1979
103, Interview, Senator Baker’s comments on oil, Tom Squiteri, Thomson Newspapers, May 15, 1979
104, Press Release, Veterans Health Care Amendments, May 6, 1979
105, Guest, Recording for the Blind Awards, The White House, May 18, 1979
105a, Statement, Financial Disclosure, May 18, 1979
106, Speech, Wetzel County Hospital Dedication, New Martinsville, W.Va., May 19, 1979
107, Remarks, Southern WV Coal Meeting, May 21, 1979
108, Introduction, Anthony M. Solomon, Steelmark Dinner, Follansbee, May 21, 1979
109, Statement, Hearing on Enforcement of Environmental Law, May 23, 1979
110, Speech, Security of American Value Engineers, Washington, D.C., May 24, 1979
111, Speech, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Charleston, W.Va., May 24, 1979
112, Press Release, EPA Limits Sulphur Dioxide Emission to 1.2 Pounds Per Million BTU’s, May 25, 1979
113, Introduction, Secretary Juanita Kreps to Aluminum Association, May 25, 1979
115, Speech, Education – Work Council, Wheeling, W.Va., May 31, 1979
116, Letter, Jennings Randolph urges President Carter to make commitment to Coal/Energy Solution, May 30, 1979
117, Speech, Franklin High School Commencement, June 3, 1979
118, Guest, W.Va. Strawberry Festival, Buckhannon, W.Va., June 3, 1979
119, Message, WEID Radio Day, Moorefield Jaycees, June 2, 1979
120, Message, Information Please, Periscope Radio, Buckhannon, June 2, 1979
121, Letter, Jennings Randolph Secretary Schlesinger to continue Cresap Plant operation, June 4, 1979
122, Press Release, Senate approves Solid Waste Disposal Act Extension, June 4, 1979
123, Press Release, Senate Resolution approved regarding great utilization of coal, June 4, 1979
124, Press Release, Jennings Randolph/EDA meeting to explore ways to ease Beckley parking problem, June 5, 1979
125, Statement, Bob Scott resigns from ARC, June 6, 1979
126, Press Release, President Carter’s decision regarding Ohio Local Coal, June 6, 1979
127, Guest, Speciality Steel Meeting, the White House, June 7, 1979
128, Press Release, Hazardous Waste Hearings scheduled for June and July, June 7, 1979
129, Press Release, Mary Katherine Reckard, St. Mary’s to be new Senate Page, June 7, 1979
130, Press Release, Rules Committee hearing on Three Mile Island resolution, June 6, 1979
131, Introduction, Representative Mario Biaggi (D-NY), Knights of Columbus, Weirton, W.Va., June 8, 1979
132, Press Release, Jennings Randolph urges EPA not to close coke batteries until replacement, June 8, 1979
133, Press Release, Kanawha County Schools announce Jennings Randolph Vocational Career Center Plans at Crede, June 11, 1979
134, Press Release, Energy Supply Act, June 11, 1979
134a, Press Release, Energy Conservation Enforcement, June 12, 1979
135, Press Release, Jennings Randolph denies knowledge of S. Pinciaro, June 12, 1979
136, Press Release, Speciality Steel Import Quotas, June 13, 1979
137, Speech, Welcome Gallaudet College Alumni, June 13, 1979
138, Speech, Sterling Faucet Company, Morgantown, W.Va., June 15, 1979
139, Speech, Montgomery Chamber of Commerce, Montgomery, W.Va., June 15, 1979
140, Press Release, James W. Harris, Arlington, VA., died of heart failure on June 3, 1979 in an Arlington, June 18, 1979
141, Press Release, Senate approves extension of VA matching grant program, June 18, 1979
142, Interview, WOWK-TV Materials for background, June 29, 1979
143, Letter, Jennings Randolph response to Synthetic Fuels editorial in WASHINGTON STAR, June 19, 1979
144, Press Release, Miscellaneous clips on University of Hard Knocks, June, 1979
145, Press Release, Crash program to develop synthetic fuels by 1980, June 19, 1979
146, Press Release, TVA Bond Bill, June 20, 1979
147, Press Release, West Virginia’s 116th Birthday, June 20, 1979
148, Press Release, White House announces Rural Development, Initiatives for Transportation, June 19, 1979
149, Press Release, Bill Stewart, ABC, Killed in Nicaragua, June 21, 1979
150, Speech, Helvetia Historic Celebration, June 23, 1979
151, Speech, Parsons City Building Dedication, Parsons, W.Va., June 23, 1979
152, Host, National YMCA Youth Governors, United States Capitol Luncheon, June 26, 1979
153, Briefing, KDKA-TV Editorial Board, June 26, 1979
154, Press Release, Owens-Illinois plant at Fairmont, June 28, 1979
155, Press Release, EPA extends Philadelphia Electric, Eddie Stone operation deadline, June 29, 1979
156, Statement, James Sprouse nominated for 4th Circuit Federal Judgeship, July 3, 1979
157, Speech, Outdoor Advertising Association, Los Angeles, CA, July 5, 1979
158, Host, National Youth Science Camp, July 11, 1979
159, Press Release, Jennings Randolph consults O’Leary on Synthetic fuel program proposals, July 12, 1979
160, Speech, VA Rehabilitation Conference, Washington, D.C., July 12, 1979
161, Press Release, President’s Coal Commission, Interim Report to the Senate, July 13, 1979
164, Press Release, Rockwell International officials discuss future of Princeton plant, July 16, 1979
163, Statement, President Carter’s Energy Message, July 16, 1979
164, Press Release, Fate of Rockwell’s Princeton Plant, Washington, D.C., July 16, 1979
165, Press Release, Tribute to Louis Gerrard, Commissioner of Aging, July 16, 1979
166, Statement, Synthetic Fuels Production Authority Committee on Government Affairs, July 17, 1979
167, Press Release, EPA/Philadelphia Electric extension to August 17, July 18, 1979
168, Press Release, New natural gas field discovered in W.V.’s Eastern Panhandle, July 20, 1979
169, Press Release, Amendment to limit export sales of animal hides fails in Senate, July 21, 1979
170, Press Release, United Airlines will remain till adequate replacement service, July 18, 1979
171, Press Release, Appropriations Committee approves EDA loan financing for Wh-Pitt, July 19, 1979
172, Interview, WAJR-Radio, Morgantown, W.Va., July 25, 1979
173, Press Release, Jennings Randolph meeting with EDA/FmHA, EPA official to stress Wh-Pitt loan guarantee, July 24, 1979
174, Statement, Coal Commission Meeting, The White House, Washington, D.C., July 25, 1979
175, Statement, Education for All Handicapped Children oversight hearing, July 26, 1979
176, Press Release, Jennings Randolph Votes Against House-Passed Panama Canal Treaty Legislation, July 26, 1979
177, Introduction, James Sprouse and Robert Staker Senate Judiciary Committee, July 27, 1979
178, Press Release, Jennings Randolph to testify at ITC hearing on behalf of General Housewares, July 27, 1979
179, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Development Act extension approved, July 31, 1979
180, Speech, Senate Steel Caucus, August 1, 1979
181, Press Release, Amendment in AMTRAK finance bill to allow discounts for handicapped, August 2, 1979
182, Press Release, Senate approves joint resolution for National Grandparents Day, August 3, 1979
183, Letters, Phil Conley, former editor, dies at 91 years, August 3, 1979


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184, Speech, Rural Transportation Conference, Arlington, Va., August 6, 1979
185, Statement, President Carter’s Energy Program involving increased use of coal, August 8, 1979
185a, Statement, Steel Caucus, No. 7 Coke Battery, Weirton, W.Va., August 8, 1979
186, Press Release, Randolph-Long bill to establish excise tax on boat manufacturers, August 10, 1979
187, Speech, Monongalia County Fair Parade, Morgantown, W.Va., August 13, 1979
188, Interview, Rich Jackson, August 14, 1979
189, Press Release, 44th Anniversary of the Social Security Act, August 14, 1979
190, Press Release, James Carrico named project manager for New River Gorge National River, August 15, 1979
191, Speech, Shinnston Water Treatment Plant, Shinnston, W.Va., August 18, 1979
192, Press Release, VA selects Huntington Med Center for Vietnam Counseling Program, August 22, 1979
193, Speech, 2nd International Peace and Human Rights Conference, Campobello Island, Canada, August 25, 1979
194, Guest, Loan Guarantee Signing Ceremony, Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel, August 28, 1979
195, Press Release, Dominion Post being established in Preston County, August 21, 1979
195a, Interview, Reginald Stewart, New York Times, asks about Chrysler Corporation, August 22, 1979
196, Speech, Italian Heritage Festival, Clarksburg, W.Va., September 1, 1979
197, Press Release, Neil Goldschmidt, Secretary of Transportation Senate Confirmation Hearing, September 5, 1979
198, Testimony, Non-Electric Cookware Investigation International Trade Commission, September 6, 1979
199, Press Release, Social Security Tax/Honorarium Chris Connell, Associated Press, September 6, 1979
200, Speech, Medical Education Building/Veterans Administration Center/Groundbreaking Marshall University, Huntington, September 7, 1979
201, Speech, Huntington Galleries, Huntington, W.Va., September 7, 1979
202, Speech, Craig Community Center, Kingwood, September 9, 1979
203, Press Release, Opening Hearings, Subcommittee on Nuclear Regulation, September 11, 1979
204, Statement, Senate approves amendments to Surface Mining Act of 1977, September 11, 1979
205, Press Release, JR urges President Carter to support surface mining amendments, September 13, 1979
206, Speech, Introduction of Gary Hart, Pollution Engineering luncheon, September 13, 1979
207, Press Release, JR confers with Postmaster Boger regarding St. Albans Post Office, September 14, 1979
208, Press Release, United States Forest Service contract, Highland Scenic Highway, September 17, 1979
209, Press Release, Citizenship Day/Constitution Week, September 17, 1979
210, Press Release, House-Senate conferees accept provisions to keep AMTRAK in West Virginia, September 19, 1979
211, Guest, Nicholas County Courthouse Annex, Richwood, September 15, 1979
212, Press Release, Tug Fork Legislation should be acted on this year, September 20, 1979
213, Introduction, Installation of Sprouse and Staker, Supreme Court, Charleston, September 22, 1979
214, Speech, American Public Works Association, Portland, Oregon, September 24, 1979
215, Guest, Armand Hammer Dinner, Corcoran Gallery of Art, September 19, 1979
216, Telegram, JR urges President Carter to support Surface Mining Act amendments, September 21, 1979
217, Speech, Southeastern Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (SASHTO) Annual Meeting, Charleston, September 25, 1979
218, Statement, Home Energy Assistance, Senate Committee on Labor and Human Relations, September 26, 1979
219, Press Release, White House will schedule meeting with coal caucus regarding coal conversion, September 26, 1979
220, Interview, Jerry Sander, WSAZ-TV, Huntington, September 27, 1979
221, Press Release, Three Mile Island plant presents potential health/safety hazards, September 28, 1979
222, Guest, Mary Randolph’s Honorary Degree, Salem College, September 28, 1979
223, Speech, Hendrix College Convocation, September 28, 1979
224, Press Release, funding for coke-making processes, Interior Appropriations Subcommittee, October 2, 1979
225, Introduction, George A. Stinson, National Steel, Forest Festival, Elkins, October 4, 1979
Press Release, Energy Mobilization Board, JR amendment defeated, October 4, 1979
226, Press Release, Soil Conservation Service approves Soak Creek Watershed, Raleigh County, October 5, 1979
227, Press Release, Germany-United States signing ceremony, Morgantown Liquefaction Plant, October 5, 1979
228, Speech, Religious Heritage of America, Houston, Texas, October 8, 1979
229, Interview, Appalachian Community Service, Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC), October 10, 1979
230, Press Release, Dr. William C. Monohan, WVU Senate Subcommittee on Handicapped, October 10, 1979
231, Statement, Costle/Duncan meeting regarding coal conversion, October 11, 1979
232, Phone Call, William Bour, Treasury Department, American Conservative Union, October 10, 1979
233, Press Release, Watson Mine Subsistence Project, Fairmont, October 11, 1979
234, Press Release, foreign aid to Cuba, October 12, 1979
235, Speech, Sixth Street Bridge, Clarksburg, October 13, 1979
236, Speech, Stonewall Jackson Regional Library, Buckhannon, October 13, 1979
237, Speech, Magazine Publishers Association, International Club, Washington, October 15, 1979
238, Press Release, enforcement of coal conversion provisions, Power Plant and Fuel Use Act, October 16, 1979
239, Press Release, Senate approves sale of 35,000 long tons of tin from stockpile, October 16, 1979
240, Introduction, Senator Joe Biden, AFL-CIO Dinner, Charleston, October 18, 1979
241, Guest, National Energy Resources Organization, Washington, October 17, 1979
242, Press Release, 4-H Adult Leaders from 17 countries, October 17, 1979
243, Press Release, JR/Ted Kennedy discuss 1980 election, October 19, 1979
244, Telegram, national Peace Academy needs three presidential appointees, October 19, 1979
245, Speech, Diamond Jubilee Reunion, Davis and Elkins College, October 20, 1979
246, Press Release, Federal Fuel Assistance Bill establishes coal as primary, October 22, 1979
247, Press Release, ITC decision regarding porcelain/steel/cookware industry, October 23, 1979
248, Speech, Can Manufacturing Institute, Washington, October 23, 1979
249, Speech, Solid Waste Industrial Council, Elizabeth, New Jersey, October 23, 1979
250, Interview, New Deal, WETA-TV, Kathleen McCleary, October 1979
251, Interview, WETA, October 1979
252, Press Release, John Grass, WVU, testifies on youth and workplace, October 22, 1979
253, Press Release, Appropriations recommends $50 million for rehab/coal rails, October 24, 1979
254, Press Release, John Sawhill, Department of Energy, says twelve utility plants will convert to coal, October 24, 1979


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255, Speech, National Sanitation Foundation, Ann Arbor, Michigan, October 29, 1979
256, Congressional Record, Stock Market Crash of 1929 and meeting with Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR) in 1933, October 29, 1979
257, Press Release, JR amendment to lower postal rate for newspapers and magazines, October 31, 1979
258, Press Release, joint meeting to review Presidential Commission Report on Three Mile Island, October 31, 1979
259, Press Release, EDA report recommends increased coking facilities over next five years, November 1, 1979
260, Introduction, Governor Jay Rockefeller, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, November 2, 1979
262, Speech, Coal Utilization Conference, Houston, Texas, November 6, 1979
263, Press Release, West Virginia Veterans Administration Hospitals add staff positions, November 5, 1979
264, Statement, National Security Act, regarding synthetic fuels, Senator Johnson/President Carter, November 5, 1979
265, Press Release, Veterans Administration selects Huntington as Center for Vietnam Vet Job Development, November 7, 1979
266, Interview, Clean Water Legislation, Linda DeWitt, American News Service, November 7, 1979
267, Statement, Senator Kennedy should spell out position on domestic/world issues, November 7, 1979
268, Press Release, Three Mile Island cleanup considered by subcommittee, November 8, 1979
269, Press Release, Synthetic Fuels Amendment would double federal funds for gashol production, November 8, 1979
270, Press Release, Flemming Productions does ARC interview for television, November 13, 1979
271, Statement, Senator Cranston aids Veterans as placed in Congressional Record, November 9, 1979
272, Press Release, Jennings Randolph will support four amendments to Windfall Profits Tax Bill, November 16, 1979
273, Press Release, Cousin Bryon Randolph, Clarksburg and Mrs. Charles Van Horn die, November 7-9, 1979
274, Press Release, Ronald Regan, GOODMORNING AM, misquotes Senator Randolph’s age, November 13, 1979
275, Press Release, Dr. Robert H. Harris will serve Council on Environment/Pub Works, November 13, 1979
276, Press Release, Senator Chapman Revercomb tribute, November 14, 1979
277, Press Release, Senator Randolph covered first WVU Stadium football game in 1924, November 9, 1979
278, Speech, Fludized – Bed Combustion Facility Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., November 15, 1979
279, Statement, White House Conference on Libraries, Washington, D.C., November 19, 1979
280, Press Release, Senator Randolph’s support of President Carter’s actions during the Iranian situation, November 21, 1979
282, Videotape, Syn Fuels Legislation Comments, November 26, 1979
283, Press Release, Federal court ruling will allow Wheeling-Pitt/EDA venture to proceed, November 28, 1979
284, Press Release, new synthetic chemical feedstocks from Coal Amendment, November 28, 1979
285, Letter, RCB/Hoffmann warning regarding Islamic guerrilla warfare, November 29, 1979
286, Speech, Senate Steel Caucus, November 30, 1979
287, Speech, Citizenship Education Workshop, National 4-H Center, Washington, November 30, 1979
288, Guest, Kennedy Center Honors, Washington, December 1, 1979
289, Speech, Hazardous/Solid Waste Seminar, Charleston, W.Va., December 5, 1979
290, Press Release, Senator Jennings Randolph supporting bill to encourage greater use of Sunshine, Washington, D.C., December 7, 1979
291, Statement, President’s Commission on accident at Three Mile Island, December 7, 1979
292, Statement, FDR Memorial Resolution, SJR 116 Joint Hearing, Senate Rules Committee, December 12, 1979
293, Interview, Why did Jennings Randolph vote against Bryd’s Cloture Amendment? (DAILY MAIL), December, 1979
294, Introduction, George Fumich Confirmation Hearing Senate Committee on Energy, December 11, 1979
295, Statement, Cerebral Palsy Telethon Tape, WOAY-TV, Oak Hill, WV, December 5, 1979
295 Press Release, Keynote Address of Senator Jennings Randolph for W.Va. State Chamber of Commerce Hazardous/Solid Waste Seminar
297 Speech, Jennings Randolph Appreciation Dinner, Wheeling, W.Va., December 13, 1979
298 Guest, Wright Brothers Memorial Dinner, Washington, D.C., December 1979
299 Press Release, Tax Credit Amendment to Windfall Profits Bill will modify (HART), December 17, 1979
300 Telegram, W.Va. need for CETA program funds conveyed to Secretary of Labor, December 19, 1979
301 Press Release, Senate approves sale of tin from strategic stockpile to dom co’s, December 19, 1979
302 Introduction, Judge William Kidd nominated for Federal Judgeship of South District, W.Va., December 1979
303 Telecopy, HILLTOPS Story sent to Judge Maxwell for Christmas Program, December 21, 1979
304 Obituary, Mrs. Wendell Lund dies, December 26, 1979
305 Guest, George Fumich sworn in as new Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy, January 3-10, 1980
306 Press Release, President Carter’s Speech concerning Soviet Union’s presence in Afghanistan, January 6, 1980
307 Meeting, President Carter briefs reviews Iran/Afghan Crisis at White House, January 9, 1980
308 C.R. – W.Va. Commissioner of Agriculture discusses Farm Energy Uses, January 10, 1980
309 Introduction, Judge Kidd swearing-in ceremony, Charleston, W.Va., January 11, 1980
310 Speech, Metro Police Boys and Girls Club, Washington, D.C., January 12, 1980
311 Guest, WH Conference on Small Business, Washington, D.C., January 15, 1980
312 Statement, Wild Card Route Case Hearing Civil Aeronautics Board, January 16, 1980
313 Telegram, Mason Benson, Empire Company, NY, regarding Marx Toy Plant at Glen Dale, January 16, 1980
314 Press Release, ARC’s Local Development Conference, Washington, D.C., January 17, 1980
315 Interview, WOWK Radio regarding Gasoline Dealers meeting, interest in Divestiture Law, January 21, 1980
316 President’s State of the Union Address to the Second Session of the 96th Congress, January 23, 1980
1st folder – Glass Industry – No date – hand written notes
317, Guest, National Limestone Institute, Washington, D.C., January 23, 1980
318, C.R., Increased Voter Participation Evident in Iowa Caucus, January 23, 1980
319, Interview, Ms. Brauninger, CAP HILL NEWS, regarding Jennings Randolph Choice of Reading, January 25, 1980
320, Press Release, Federal Highway/Sewage Treatment Budget for 1981, January 29, 1980
321, Videotape, March of Dimes Telethon, WHIS-TV, Bluefield, WV, January 29, 1980
322, Press Release, Tug Fork Amendment approved by Senate for $200 million protection, January 29, 1980
323, Press Release, DOE Budget FY1981 puts America on Road to Energy self-sufficiency, January 30, 1980
325, Press Release, Aliens should reside 3 years/U.S. before eligible for Social Security, January 30, 1980
326, Press Release, Steel industry problems could place economy in permanent recession, January 31, 1980
327, Article, Age is not a problem CONGRESSIONAL INSIGHT, IV, Nbr. 2, January, 1980
328, Notes, WV Chamber of Commerce Meeting, January 31, 1980
329, Press Release, W.Va. Independent College Presidents Breakfast Meeting on Capitol Hill, January 31, 1980
330, Guest, W.Va. State Society Reception, January 31, 1980
331, Press Release, H.S. Conference tentative accepts 10% tax credit for mod coke/mfg., February 1, 1980
332, Guest, Hearst Senate Youth Luncheon, February 6, 1980
333, Speech, Real Estate Service Center, Centralia, W.Va., February 10, 1980
334, Speech, Grant County Senior Center, Petersburg, W.Va., February 10, 1980
335, Notes, Meeting on Mine Safety and Health, February 12, 1980
336, Speech, Nonpetroleum Vehicular Fuels, Stouffer National Center, Arlington, Va., February 11, 1980
337, Notes, Questions related to the Draft, February 12, 1980
338, Introduction, Senator Spark Matsunaga, WV Federation of Labor, February 12, 1980
339, Statement, Energy Comments to students, University of Charleston, February 12, 1980
340, Notes, Abscam Operation, February, 1980
341, Statement, President’s Announcement of Nuclear Waste Management Policy, February 12, 1980
342, Press Release, West Virginians appeal CAB policy on minimum passenger service, February 14, 1980
343, Speech, Convention II Annual Session, Dirksen Office Building, February 15, 1980
344, Press Release, George Washington’s Birthday should be celebrated on February 22nd, February 18, 1980
345, Press Release, Acid Rain Reports hamper energy efforts toward coal conversion, February 18, 1980
346, Award, Humanitarian of the Year Civil Air Patrol, February 19, 1980
348, Representative Staggers and his 31 years of service, February 19, 1980
349, Press Release, Specialty Steel manufacturers seek help to combat dumping, February 21, 1980
350, Tape, Cosmopolitan Cultural Hour, WEIR-Radio, Weirton, W.Va., February 21, 1980
351, Press Release, President should be personally involved in making coal conversion policy, February 22, 1980
352, Speech, Spirit of Freedom Day, Wheeling Park High School, February 22, 1980
353, Host, EDA Intern Program, United States Capitol, February 22, 1980
354, Speech, Outdoor Adversity Association, Salt Lake City, UT, February 25, 1980
355, Statement, ARC and EDA Budget Hearings Committee on Environment/Public Works, February 26, 1980
356, Press Release, 15% Windfall Profits Taxes for Transportation/Coal-Haul Roots, February 27, 1980
357, Guest, Baptist Joint Committee Congressional Breakfast, March 4, 1980
358, Press Release, Oil Backout Specifications, Acid Rain Hearings to be held, March 6, 1980
359, Press Release, President’s Coal Commission as Blueprint for Energy Independence, March 3, 1980
360, Statement, Coke Project meeting regarding battery in Southern West Virginia, March 4, 1980
361, Radio, Senator Randolph interviewed live on WCTN-Radio, Potomac, Maryland
362, Interview, WSAZ-TV, Huntington, W.Va., February 29, 1980
363, Speech, American Hotel/Motel Association, Washington, D.C., March 6, 1980
364, Interview, Owens-Illinois Plant Closing, WDTV-Fairmont/Weston, March 7, 1980


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365, Guest of Honor, Senator Randolph’s 78th Birthday Celebration, March 10, 1980
366, Press Release, Governor Edward King of Massachusetts discusses Mount Tom Conversion, March 7, 1980
367 Guest, Farm Credit Program breakfast, Hyatt Regency, D.C., March 13, 1980
368, Statement, President Carter’s budget proposal and inflation control, March 14, 1980
369, Press Release, Coal Commission Report to The White House, March 14, 1980
370, Speech, Municipal/Industrial Sludge Equipment and Services Show, St. Louis, MO, March 18, 1980
371, Attendee, Representative John Slack (D-WV) funeral at Charleston, March 18, 1980
372, Press Release, Environmental Effects of Increased Coal Use – Acid Rain? March 19, 1980
373, Videotape, Corning Glass Works on Energy Conservation, March 19, 1980
374, Speech, American Association of Small Cities Seminar, Beckley, W.Va., March 22, 1980
375, Speech, Annual Moldmakers Banquet, Clarksburg, W.Va., March 22, 1980
376, Telethons, Easter Seal Society, Wheeling-Huntington-Parkersburg, March 23, 1980
377, Press Release, Public Works recommends $1.8 billion budget cuts for 14 agencies, March 24, 1980
378, Press Release, Power Plant Fuel Conversion Act, March 24, 1980
379, Guest, 17th Annual Democratic Congressional Dinner, The Washington Hilton, March 26, 1980
380, Speech, Davis & Elkins College, 75th United States Capitol, March 28, 1980
381, Press Release, WV Building and Construction Trades Council Breakfast Meeting – DSOP, April 1, 1980
382, Introduction, Senator Robert C. Byrd (D-WV) Mining & Reclamation Council, April 1, 1980
383, Background, S.146 Railroad Drive – Regulation Bill and Coal Amendments (Cannon/Long), March 31, 1980
384. Speech, National Association of School Psychologists, Washington, D.C., April 9, 1980
385, Press Release, Senate Steel Caucus, IX, April 2, 1980
386, Statement, Consumer Patient Radiation Safety and Health Act hearings, April 3, 1980
387, Statement, Closing of Iranian Embassy here, April 7, 1980
388, Press Release, CAB expected to order Aeromech to continue Elkins commuter services, April 10, 1980
389, Speech, Eastern Regional Airport Authority, Martinsburg, W.Va., April 10, 1980
390, Speech, Martinsburg Rotary Club, Martinsburg, W.Va., April 10, 1980
391, Speech, Preston County Educational Center for Vocational Education, Kingwood, W.Va., April 11, 1980
392, Statement, W.Va. Coal Sale to Taiwan, April 14, 1980
393, Host, Lt. General Ira Eaker’s 84th Birthday, April 15, 1980
394, Statement, Joseph Powell testifies on OSHA Senate Committee on Labor/HR, April 17, 1980
395, Statement, President Carter’s Press Conference on Iranian Hostage Situation, April 17, 1980
396, Speech, Retired Officers Association, Charleston, W.Va., April 17, 1980
397, Press Release, Volkswagon Plant in Michigan will benefit West Virginia, April 22, 1980
398, Press Release, Dan B. Taylor to be new Assistant Secretary of Education for Audit and Vocational Education, April 18, 1980
399, Speech, American Society of Radiologic Technologists, Charleston, W.Va., April 18, 1980
400, Statement, Powerplant Fuels Conversion Act Subcommittee on Energy Regulations, April 23, 1980
401, Introduction, Senator Daniel Moyihan Amen Corner, Pittsburgh, PA, April 23, 1980
402, Press Release, ARC will finance Sheep Abatoir feasibility study for W.Va., April 24, 1980
403, Interview, Domestic Violence Prevention and Services Act, S. 1843, April 23, 1980
404, Background, Stonewell Jackson Project Funding, April 24, 1980
405, Statement, WASHINGTON POST story regarding Senator Cannon/FHwA legislation, April 23, 1980
406, Statement, U.S. Rescue Mission to Iran, April 29, 1980
407, Statement, President Carter selects Senator Ed Muskie to be Secretary of State, April 29, 1980
408, Press Release, Sharon Steel Company Coke Plant site at Fairmont
409, Speech, Valley Recycling Center, Chatsworth, CA, May 2, 1980
410, Guest, President Carter praises Jennings Randolph at Press Conference on Employers of Handicapped, May 1, 1980
411, Introduction, S. Lee Braxton, Salem College Commencement, May 4, 1980
412, Press Release, Vietnam Veterans Memorial to be built on Washington Mall, May 5, 1980
413, Press Release, Jennings Randolph joins Harry Byrd in amendment to slash $500 million for AID, May 5, 1980
414, Award, National Association of Rehabilitation Research and Train, Sheraton National, D.C., May 5, 1980
415, Press Release, National Historic Preservation Week, May 7, 1980
416, Speech, Clean World International Conference, Watergate Terrace, D.C., May 8, 1980
417, Attendee, Iran Rescue Mission Memorial Service, Arlington National Cemetery, May 9, 1980
Program, Southeastern University Commencement, May 12, 1980
418, Speech, World Coal Study Roundtable, Washington, May 12, 1980
419, Press Release, amendment to increase funding for veterans programs, May 12, 1980
420, Statement, Oil Import Fee in inequitable Federal Aid Highway Program, May 12, 1980
421, Statement, Salvation Army’s 100th Anniversary, May 13, 1980
422, Press Release, Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, May 16, 1980
423, Press Release, conversion of power plants from oil to coal, May 19, 1980
424, Press Release, hearings on federal funds for state fisheries programs, May 20, 1980
425, Guest (photo), American Lung Association’s 75th, Dr. William L. Cooke, Charleston, May 20, 1980
426, Introduction, Governor Jay Rockefeller, Aluminum Association, The Greenbrier, May 22, 1980
427, Statement, Syn Fuel Conference Agreement, May 23, 1980
428, Speech, West Virginia General Aviation Airport System, Jackson’s Mill, May 23, 1980
429, Speech, remodeled Lewis County Courthouse, Weston, May 24, 1980
430, Speech, new Main Hall Dedication/Hard Knocks, Alderson-Broaddus College, Philippi, May 24, 1980
431, Speech, Energy Advisory Committee, Charleston, May 27, 1980
432, Statement, L. S. Good and Company, bankruptcy, May 27, 1980
433, Press Release, Small Business Administration bill (S. 2698), Small Business Participation Amendment, May 28, 1980
434, Speech, Upshur County Detention Facility, Buckhannon, May 30, 1980
435, Speech, Elkins Public Service District water line, Ellamore, May 30, 1980
436, Speech, Hanover Shoe Plant, Marlinton, May 30, 1980
437, Press Release, Letters to Secretary’s Goldschmidt and Klutznick regarding coal shippers, May 30, 1980
438, Press Release, Voter Turnout, State Primary, June 2, 1980
439, Article, Mark Tompkins, Aviation Mechanic USS NIMITZ, May 27, 1980
440, Statement, S. 1480 to improve control over hazardous wastes/Toxic substances, June 4, 1980
441, Press Release, Draft debate goes all night!, June 11, 1980
442, Press Release, Coal Conversion Bill is workable, but may need some refinements, June 11, 1980
443, Press Release, Flag Day – “Hat’s Off!”, June 13, 1980
444, Speech, Shenandoah Area Boy Scout Show, Martinsburg, June 14, 1980
445, Press Release, State Department Appropriation Amendment, regarding coal export officer/coal sales
446, Speech, National Conference on Rail/Highway Safety, Knoxville, June 17, 1980
447, Press Release, coal use by federal agencies
448, Speech, Paper Industry Management Association, Washington, June 19, 1980
449, Press Release, Synthetic Fuels Bill
450, Statement, amendment for GSA to survey federal installations for coal use, June 20, 1980
451, Press Release, West Virginia history and future, June 20, 1980
452, Speech, 59th VFW State Convention, Clarksburg, June 21, 1980
453, Speech, Older 4-H Members Conference, Jackson’s Mill, June 22, 1980
454, Host, YMCA National Youth Governors, Washington, June 23, 1980
455, Speech, American Horse Council, Washington, June 23, 1980
456, Statement, Power Plant Fuels Conservation Act, determined priority bill, June 24, 1980
457, Guest, Helen Keller, 100th Anniversary, Washington, June 24, 1980
458, Press Release, UMTA Amendment, $1.75 billion for energy-impacted highway rehabilitation, June 25, 1980
459, Interview, trigger price mechanism/steel, KDKA-TV, Pittsburgh, June 11, 1980
460, Press Release, Consumer-Patient Radiation Health Safety Act, June 27, 1980
461, Press Release, Superfund Bill, June 27, 1980
462, Introduction, Senator Robert C. Byrd, National Coal Association, Washington, June 30, 1980
463, Guest (photos), Syn Fuels Act and NRC Act signed by President Jimmy Carter, White House, June 30, 1980
464, Press Release, new steel-making technology, coal-based direct reduction, July 1, 1980


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465, Host (photos), Secretary Hufstedler addresses National Youth Science Camp, July 2, 1980
Council of Chief State School Officers, 1980 Annual Meeting, November 15-18, 1980
466, Press Release, Harpers Ferry Historical Park, visitors will exceed 1 million, July 2, 1980
468, Attendee, Ruth McGraw, former JR Secretary, burial service at Clarksburg, July 7, 1980
469, Press Release, “Carter No Friend of Coal,” says Governor Rockefeller in Charleston Gazette, July 8, 1980
470, Press Release, DOE 1.32 million grant regarding Trash-to-Gas feasibility study, July 9-11, 1980
471, Speech, 62nd American Legion Convention, Charleston, W.Va., July 11, 1980
472, Speech, Randolph-Sheppard Vendors, Louisville, KY, July 14, 1980
473, Speech, Montgomery Hospital Parking Building, Montgomery, W.Va., July 20, 1980
474, Speech, Paul D. Rusen Construction Hall, South Charleston, W.Va., July 20, 1980
475, Statement, Lord Killanin condemns US Boycott of Olympic Games at Moscow, July 21, 1980
476, Guest, 50th Anniversary Celebration, Veterans Administration, D.C., July 21, 1980
477, Statement, US Commission regarding National Peace Academy, Russell Senate Office Building, July 23, 1980
478, Press Release, Coal Exports to Western Europe require shipping Ops to speed up, July 24, 1980
479, Press Release, Steel Caucus urges President to accelerate tax/trade proposals, July 25, 1980
480, Speech, Representative Harley Staggers Appreciation, Holiday Inn, Martinsburg, W.Va., July 26, 1980
480a, Speech, Mountain State Gospel Singers, Mt. Nebo, W.Va., July 27, 1980
481, Statement, Hearings on Inland Navigation Subcommittee on Water Resources, July 28, 1980
482, Press Release, Marvin Cohen, CAB, will set up airline fare complaint board, July 25, 1980
483, Statement, Senate Debate on Nuclear Waster, July 28, 1980
484, Statement, Elk River Resource/National Steel Coke Plant, Pritchard, Wayne County, July 30, 1980
485, Press Release, President Carter creates WH Coal Advisory, 8 places left, July 29, 1980
485a, Press Release, Multi-Employer Pension Plan will assure UMW pensions, July 30, 1980
486, Press Release, Aircraft manufacturers must make adequate equipment for commuters, July 10, 1980
487, Guest, President Carter commands JR/Byrd SRC-II Plant Signing Ceremony, July 31, 1980
488, Press Release, DOE Appropriations Bill assures FUNDS for energy-impacted areas, July 31, 1980
489, Press Release, Senate/House Conferees negotiate ARC/EDA, Extension Legislation, August 1, 1980
490, Speech, Bob Casey Reception, Pittsburgh, PA, August 3, 1980
491, Speech, Civic Center Coliseum Dedication, Charleston, W.Va., August 3, 1980
492, Guest, Democratic National Convention, New York City, NY, August 13, 1980
493, Press Release, Senate Luncheon honoring Grace Tully, August 6, 1980
494, Speech, Wood County Airport Industrial Park, Parkersburg, W.Va., August 7, 1980
495, Speech, Civilian Conservation Corps Alumni, Richwood, W.Va., August 9, 1980
496, Speech, Seventh Day Baptist General Conference, Denver Colorado, August 10, 1980
497, Speech, 45th Anniversary of Social Security, New York City, NY, August 14, 1980
498, Speech, Representative Harley Staggers Dinner, Lakeview, Morgantown, August 15, 1980 499, Statement, 30th Anniversary of WELC-Radio, Welch, W.Va., August 18, 1980
500, Press Release, Tribute to Leading Aviatrix, Jacqueline Cochran Odlum, August 18, 1980
501, Press Release, S.2913 Hearing on Federal Aid Highway Program, August 19, 1980
503, Introduction, Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, WV Labor Federation, AFL-CIO, August 19, 1980
504, Press Release, Surface Mining Amendment gives States more flexibility in law, August 20, 1980
505, Press Release, USAIR Increases Capacity between Charleston, Pittsburgh, and New York, August 22, 1980
506, Press Release, Surface Mining Amendments approved, August 22, 1980
507, Speech, Jefferson Jackson Day Dinner, Charleston, W.Va., August 23, 1980
508, Press Release, President Carter urged to declare 16 WV counties eligible/Floods August 25, 1980
509, Speech, National Association of Dev. Organizations/NADC, Louisville, KY, August 25, 1980
510, Press Release, 12 WV Counties approved for Federal Disaster Assistance/Floods, August 26, 1980
511, Statement, Environmental Achievements in 70’s EPA MAGAZINE, Washington, D.C., August 27, 1980
512, Speech, United Mine Workers Association Labor Day celebration, Grandview State Park, September 1, 1980
513, Press Release, 35th Anniversary of Japanese surrender, September 2, 1980
514, Host, Chessie System presents Salem College with check, Salem College, September 3, 1980
515, Press Release, 9000th roll call vote, September 4, 1980
516, Press Release, Tug Fork Amendment to Energy and Water Resources Appropriations, September 9, 1980
517, Press Release, American Coal Enterprises meeting regarding coal-fired rail locomotives, September 10, 1980
518, Guest, WVU vs. Cincinnati at new Mountaineer Stadium, Morgantown, W.Va., September 6, 1980
519, Press Release, EDA $269,000 grant society for Glass Scenic and Practicing, September 11, 1980
520, Guest, U.S. Commission Report to White House regarding National Peace Academy, September 11, 1980
521, Speech, National Association of Regional Councils, Montreal, Canada, September 12, 1980
522, Guest, Jefferson County Democratic Picnic, September 13, 1980
523, Speech, American Public Works Association, Kansas City, MO, September 15, 1980
524, Press Release, Constitution’s 193rd Birthday, September 17, 1980
525, Press Release, House-Senate Conferees unable to agree on ARC/EDA funding levels, September 18, 1980
526, Press Release, ARC concludes WV Location for $2.6 million Slaughterhouse ideal, September 22, 1980
527, Press Release, Vets Cost-of-Living Increases will be reflected in 11/1 checks, September 24, 1980
529, Interview, Synthetic Fuels Development, SPEAK UP AMERICA!, September 26, 1980
530, Guest, President Carter unveils special Aid Package for Steel Industry, September 30, 1980
531, Speech, Corning Glass Board of Directors, Martinsburg, W.Va., October 1, 1980
532, Guest, Mountaineers vs. Senators (Tennis), Potomac, MD, October 1, 1980
533, Press Release, DOT $99,170,000 highway finds for West Virginia in FY1981, October 2, 1980
534, Press Release, FEMA seeks to impose cost sharing formula for disaster recovery, October 2, 1980
535, Press Release, Senate agrees to extend unemployment benefits before recession, October 2, 1980
536, Guest, 44th Annual Mountain State Forest Festival, Elkins, W.Va., October 2, 1980
537, Press Release, Solid Waste Disposal Act extended fro two more years, October 3, 1980
538, Guest, Education Amendments of 1980, Northern Virginia Community College, October 3, 1980
538a, Introduction, Messenger Geno C. Baroni, Italian Sons & Daughters, Weirton, W.Va., October 4, 1980
539, Statement, Appalachian Community Service Network, September 22, 1980
540, Guest, The Armand Hammer Collection, Corcoran Gallery of Art, October 1, 1980


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541, Speech, Highway Contractors Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, October 6, 1980
542, Interview, Japanese Broadcasting Corporation, October 7, 1980
543, Articles, Civil Aeronautics Board hearings, Charleston, October 7, 1980
544, Speech, United States-London case, Civil Aeronautics Boards, Pittsburgh, October 7, 1980
545, Speech, West Virginia/Mid-Atlantic Federal Regional Council, Charleston, October 9, 1980
546, Press Release, Wilson Dunn dies at Bluefield, October 9, 1980
547, Speech, water system dedication, Craigsville Public Service District, October 9, 1980
548, Speech, connecting shell dedication, Craigsville Public Library, October 9, 1980
549, Speech, Edgar S. Kitchen Center, Summersville, October 9, 1980
550, Speech, Marion County Transit Authority, Fairmont, October 10, 1980
551, Introduction, Secretary of Labor Ray Marshall, Ohio Valley Trades Assembly, October 10, 1980
552, Speech, opening of Highland Scenic Highway, Marlinton, October 11, 1980
553, Interview, airline deregulation, Chicago Tribune, October 1980
553A, Press Release, JR commends President Carter on Oil Windfall Profits Tax Credit, October 13, 1980
554, Speech, Salem Nursing Home groundbreaking, October 13, 1980
555, Award, West Virginia Developmental Disabilities Council, Montgomery, October 14, 1980
556, Speech, Stonewall Jackson Memorial Dinner, Jackson’s Mill, October 14, 1980
557, Speech, West Virginia Institute of Technology, Montgomery, October 14, 1980
558, Guest, Festival of American Folklife, Smithsonian Mall, Washington, October 13, 1980
559, Speech, secondary treatment facilities, Huntington, October 17, 1980
560, Speech, American Business Club dinner, Huntington, October 17, 1980
561, Guest, Wheeling College Convocation, Wheeling, October 1980
562, Speech, American Coke and Coal Institute, White Sulphur Springs, October 20, 1980
563, Statement, Civil Aeronautics Board, Parkersburg, October 22, 1980
564, Press Release, General Services Administration Federal office space to be consolidated at Clarksburg, October 22, 1980
565, Speech, American Legion, Elkins, October 24, 1980
566, Speech, Berkeley Square dedication, Martinsburg, October 25, 1980
567, Press Release, funding for Weirton-Steubenville Bridge, October 28, 1980
568, Speech, National Industries for the Blind, Arlington, Virginia, October 27, 1980
569, Press Release, JR comments on Carter-Reagan debate, October 29, 1980
570, Guest, Carter Rally, Huntington, October 28, 1980
571, Guest, WVU-Penn State football game, Morgantown, October 25, 1980
572, Speech, new Marriott Hotel, Charleston, October 30, 1980
573, Article, JR comments on East Huntington Bridge, November 3, 1980
574, Statement, Charleston Gazette, regarding Governor Rockefeller campaign expense, October 31, 1980
575, Speech, Roadside Business Association, Orlando, Florida, November 7, 1980
576, Statement, JR on closing of Houdaille Industries and bumper standards, Huntington, November 12, 1980
577, Articles, Election 1980
578, Telephone Call from President Carter after election, November 10, 1980
579, Press Release, Senate funding to fight forest fires, November 14, 1980
580, Speech, Council of Chief State School Officers, White Sulphur Springs, November 16, 1980
581, Press Release, VW expansion efforts, South Charleston, November 1980
582, Press Release, Senate Steel Caucus, November 19, 1980
583, Statement, Safe Drinking Water Act, bill to extend exemptions for three years, November 19, 1980
584, Press Release, compromise bill to extend Appalachian Regional Commission and Economic Development Act for three years, November 21, 1980
584A, Press Release, Federal Reserve System’s latest increase in prime discount rates, November 21, 1980
585, Press Release, toxic wastes “Superfund” bill clears Senate, November 24, 1980
586, Guest, United States Air Force Band records Matt Windsor’s “I’ll Defend You My America,” November 26, 1980
587, Press Release, JR, last hearing as chairman, Environmental and Public Works Committee, December 4, 1980
588, Press Release, Public Works Committee hearing on ways to revitalize steel industry, December 1, 1980
589, Press Release, Public Works Committee breakfast, December 2, 1980
590, Speech, Associated General Contractors, Springfield, Illinois, December 3, 1980
591, Press Release, Sidney L. Christie Federal Building, Huntington, December 3, 1980
592, Speech, Benedum Foundation Wood Workshop, Oglebay Park, Wheeling, December 3, 1980
593, Speech, Bob DeBoard’s blind vendor stand, 1900 E Street, NW, Washington, December 4, 1980
595, Speech, Old Tyme Christmas, Harpers Ferry, December 6, 1980
596, Speech, Grant County Health Building, Petersburg, December 7, 1980
597, Interview, JR view on changing Congress, Jean Statler, Washington Report, December 8, 1980
598, Interview, “Recycling/Resource Recovery,” Jean Colleran, Garden State Paper Company, December 8, 1980
599, Press Release, JR amendment, restoration of revenue sharing funds, December 9, 1980
600, Press Release, Forest Festival Queen and family meet President Carter, White House, December 10, 1980
600A, Press Release, Department of Energy funding for three synfuels plants, December 10, 1980
601, Press Release, President Carter signs Superfund legislation, December 11, 1980
602, Press Release, Monongahela National Forest to be considered as wilderness area, December 9, 1980
603, Press Release, Federal Highway Administration to exempt East Huntington Bridge from budget ceiling, December 11, 1980
Press Release, Bill Signing, Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980, December 11, 1980
604, Guest, Wright Brothers Memorial Dinner, Aero Club, Washington, December 12, 1980
605, Statement, United States Senate, Highway Transit legislation, December 12, 1980
606, Press Release, Ports Improvement Act to expedite coal shipments abroad, December 15, 1980
607, Statement, United States Senate, government salaries, December 16, 1980
608, Speech, Keyser Rotary Club, Keyser, December 18, 1980
609, Guest, Dr. Thomas Ross presents Davis & Elkins’s 75 year history book to JR, December 29, 1980


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1, Guest, Everett Dirksen Stamp Ceremony, Pekin, Illinois, January 4, 1981
2, Press Release, Drew Lewis, Secretary of the Department of Transportation, discusses nation’s highway systems, January 5, 1981
3, Interview, Tom Squiteri, Thompson Newspapers, discusses future of ARC, January 5, 1981
Invitation, celebration in honor of Senator Howard Baker, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, January 5, 1981
4, Press Release, St. Marys Page, Kaki Reckard carries electoral ballot box, January 6, 1981
5, Press Release, JR introduced legislation to revitalize United States Steel industry, January 6, 1981
6, Press Release, Port Authorities/Coal Exporters discuss inland waterways/seaports, January 7, 1981
7, Interview, Eve Conway, KOTV, Tulsa, January 7, 1981
8, Press Release, President Carter’s decision to monitor specialty steel imports, January 8, 1981
9, Press Release, tax proposals dealing with Social Security and windfall oil profits, January 8, 1981
10, Press Release, Victor Schroeder discusses synthetic fuels development, January 12, 1981
11, Press Release, Drew Lewis, Department of Transportation, reaffirming highway/bridge commitments, January 13, 1981
12, Press Release, Raymond Donovon, Secretary of Labor, confirmation hearings, January 12, 1981
13, Press Release, Millard Hinkle of Richwood celebrates 92nd birthday, January 12, 1981
14, Guest, inauguration of Jay Rockefeller as Governor of West Virginia, January 19, 1981
15, Guest, inauguration of Ronald Reagan as President of the United States, January 20, 1981
16, Press Release, Iranians release American hostages, January 1981
17, Press Release, JR supports approval of Caspar Weinberger as Secretary of Defense, January 21, 1981
18, Speech, Politics and Personal Responsibility, Washington Rotary Club, January 21, 1981
19, Press Release, sex discrimination in workplace, Committee on Labor/Human Resources, January 28, 1981
20, Interview, John Sherman Cooper Project, Terry Birdwhistell, University of Kentucky, January 27, 1981
21, Statement, Postmaster General William Bolger, regarding postal activities transfer, January 30, 1981
22, Press Release, top priority for older veterans, January 30, 1981 (empty)
23, Press Release, United States Senate Youth Program, United States Capitol, February 3, 1981
25, Introduction, Lawrence J. Frankel, author of Be Alive As Long As You Live, February 5, 1981
26, Press release, Senate Steel Caucus discusses Compliance Extension Act, February 25, 1981
27, JR with Missy Jablonski, National Poster Child for March of Dimes, West Virginia March of Dimes Telethon, February 7, 1981
28, Press Release, Monday holidays should return to original historic dates, February 6, 1981
29, Host, Postal Clerk Larry Spencer wins General Aviation Manufacturers Association, February 7, 1981
30, Speech, invocation and introduction of W. Clement Stone, Salem College Retreat Dinner, Lakeview Country Club, Morgantown, February 7, 1981
31, Award, National Association of Regional Councils, Washington, February 9, 1981
32, Interviews, proposed ARC/EDA cuts, WOUB Radio and Sheridan Broadcasting, February 10, 1981
33, Interview, Pat Kosa, UPI, regarding federal highways/interstate systems, February 12, 1981
34, Press Release, Lincoln was president who signed West Virginia into statehood, February 12, 1981
35, Press Release, American Youth, February 13, 1981
36, Press Release, tour of Martinsburg Veterans Administration Medical Center, February 13, 1981
37, Host, Julia Davis Adams, author of Never Say Die, February 17, 1981
38, Statement, Reagan’s budget cuts, manners and good taste, February 19, 1981
39, Press Release, President Reagan’s proposal to eliminate government synfuels program, February 19, 1981
40, Press Release, Amtrak Budget, FY82 eliminates West Virginia service, February 19, 1981
41, Press Release, Weirton-Steubenville Bridge will receive no federal funds until October, February 20, 1981
42, Press Release, George Washington’s birthday will be celebrated on Monday in 1982, February 22, 1981
43, Statement, Union Station Act of 1981, February 24, 1981
44, Press Release, Weirton-Steubenville Bridge stressed at Federal Aid Highway hearing, February 25, 1981
45, Interview, black lung program, Robin Toner, Charleston Daily Mail, February 25, 1981
46, Host, Jim Comstock’s 70th birthday, West Virginia State Society luncheon, February 25, 1981
47, Press Release, Snowshoe has good ski conditions, February 26, 1981
48, Press Release, National Commission on Air Quality and National Academy of Science reports, March 2, 1981
49, Press Release, American Sheep producers Council discusses Abatoir/Martinsburg, March 3, 1981
50, Statement, Steel Tripartite Committee regarding Clean Air Act, March 3, 1981
51, Guest, Tanners Council of America, congressional breakfast, March 4, 1981
52, Interview, Charleston Gazette/Charleston Daily Mail, March 5, 1981
53, Speech, Independent Oil and Gas Association of West Virginia, Charleston, March 5, 1981
54, Press Release, Reagan proposal to curb Black Lung Benefits Program, March 9, 1981
55, Press Release, Increased Coal Taxes will assure solvency of Benefits Program
56, Press Release, Mary Katherine Babb Randolph, wife of Senator Randolph dies at home, March 10, 1981
57, Press Release, Dennis White of Kingwood wins NNA’s Essay Award, Hyatt Regency
58, Press Release, Postmaster Bolger decides against combining WV/VA Postal Districts, March 13, 1981
59, Press Release, Associated General Contractors, Washington, D.C., March 14, 1981
60, Press Release, TVA could curb rising electricity costs by using more coal, March 17, 1981
61, Press Release/Speech, W.Va., AFL-CIO Legislative Conference, Charleston, W.Va., March 18, 1981
62, Introduction, Senator Paul Sarbanes, University of Charleston, March 18, 1981
63, Speech, Warren G. Magnuson Day, Seattle Washington, March 19, 1981
64, Speech, Davis & Elkins College Alumni, United States Capitol, March 20, 1981
65, Notes, Black Lung Disability Trust Fund, March 24, 1981
66, Guest, Religious Heritage of America, “Get Acquainted Breakfast,” March 26, 1981
67, Press Release, VA Health Care Budget Amendment is defeated by vote of 55-44, March 26, 1981
68, Press Release, Senate effort to shift Foreign Aid Funds into veterans Health Care
69, Press Release, Gallipolis Locke and Dam, March 28, 1981
70, Introduction, Senator Robert C. Byrd, March of Dimes Dinner-Charleston, March 28, 1981
71, Press Release, Assassination attempt on President Reagan, Washington, D.C., March 30, 1981
72, Guest, Gallaudet College, Washington, D.C., March 30, 1981
73, Statement, Gun Control/Assassination, March 31, 1981
74, Press Release, WV Building and Construction Trades Council Breakfast, Washington, D.C., March 31, 1981
75, Press Release, EDA Amendment to Second Concurrent Budget Resolution, March 26, 1981
76, Interview, Susan Page, NEWSDAY, discusses status of ARC cutbacks with Jennings Randolph, March 31, 1981
77, Press Release, S.63 Steel Stretch-Out Bill reported by E & Pwks Committee, April 2, 1981
78, Statement, Juan Trippe, founder of Pan Am, dies at age 81, April 3, 1981
79, Press Release, Park Transit Groups here for Cherry Blossom Festival, April 4, 1981
80, Press Release, Jennings Randolph supports S. 168 stating that human life begins at conception, April 6, 1981
81, Press Release, E & Pwks approves S.63, Steel Stretch-Out Bill, April 8, 1981
82, Press Release, Martinsburg Native, Dr. L. Leon Reid, elected to top post in Pittsburg, April 22, 1981
83, Letter, Hays Watkins, CSX Corp., regarding Webster Springs/Bergoo Track, April 9, 1981


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Press Release, JR comments on Space Shuttle Columbia, April 14, 1981
85, Host, Festival of Flight, Salem College, April 11, 1981
86, Letter, Eleanor and Frank Wimer of Ekins brutally murdered by hitchhiker, April 14, 1981
87, Speech, Agri-Energy Roundtable Conference, Intercontinental Hotel, Geneva, Switzerland, April 27, 1981
88, Telegrams, Sam Church/B. R. Brown, regarding coal strike negotiations, April 22, 1981
89, Voicer, 5th Annual Leukemia Radiothon, WWNR, Beckley, April 25, 1981
90, Press Release, Reagan Administration should appoint Veterans Administration Administrator soon, April 23, 1981
93, Press Release, Department of Defense, South Charleston exchange would let Volkswagen of America to expand stamp plant, April 28, 1981
94, Press Release, President Reagan’s message to joint session of Congress, April 29, 1981
95, Speech, Antenna Dedication, Etam Earth Station, May 1, 1981
96, Introduction of Senator Howard Baker, Salem College commencement, May 3, 1981
97, Press Release, National Air and Space Museum Theater renamed Samuel Pierpont Langley Theater, May 4, 1981
98, Press Release, House version of ARC budget cut is more reasoned approach, May 6, 1981
99, Press Release, coal contract negotiations, May 1-21, 1981
100, Statement, Tax Reduction/FY82 Budget, WEPM Radio, Martinsburg, May 4, 1981
101, Press Release, G. Ray Arnett of Interior endorses state fishing program expansion, May 5, 1981
102, Award, President’s Committee on Employment of the Handicapped, May 7, 1981
103, Speech, WV Lions Clubs Recognition, Charleston, W.Va., May 9, 1981
104, Press Release, Vietnam Vet Re-Adjustment Counseling Program Extension Bill, May 13, 1981
105, Press Release, James Buhl Shahan delegate-nom, White House Conference on Aging, May 11, 1981
106, Press Release, Legislation to provide continued funding for ARC/EDA, May 13, 1 981
107, Interviews, Synthetic Fuels with WASH POST and “Energy News Line,” April/May, 1981
108, Introduction, Senator Glenn honorable degree presentation, West Liberty, W.Va., May 16, 1981
109, Press Release, Groundbreaking City/County Complex, Fairmont, W.Va., May 16, 1981
109a, Speech, Dedication Ceremony Maintenance Center, Fairmont, W.Va., May 16, 1981
110, Speech, Benedum Greenhouse Dedication, Lesage, W.Va., May 16, 1981
111, Press Release, W.Va., Northern Community College Commencement, Wheeling, W.Va., May 17, 1981
112, Press Release, UMW and Bituminous Coal Operators, Failed Negotiations, May 18, 1981
113, Press Release, Randolph attack on Reagan proposal to reduce social security benefits, May 19, 1981
114, Press Release, Operation ManPower meeting with AFL-CIO, Joseph Powell, Richard Welkes, May 19, 1981
115, Address, Dedication of Woodland Headquarters, Rupert, W.Va., May 29, 1981
117, Press Release, Funding approval for ARC for non-highway activities, June 2, 1981
118, Press Release, requirements of Clean-Air by Environment/Public Works Committee, June 2, 1981
119, Interview, Paul Lieberman, ATLANTA CONSTITUTION discussed Grandparents Day bill, June 2, 1981
120, Interview, Marvin Stone, US NEWS/WORLD REPORT, Synthetic fuels for transportation, June 3, 1981
121, Voicer, First Anniversary salute to radio station WTNJ, Beckley, W.Va., June 4, 1981
116, Guest, “WV-USA” with Sharon Rockefeller, The Hecht Company at Tyson’s Corner, June 5-6, 1981
122, Introduction, Senator Jesse Helms, Alderson-Broaddus College, June 6, 1981
123, Interview, Reflections on life/career/accomplishments, Jim Ownby, International journalist, June 8, 1981
124, Press Release, Amendments to Construction Grant Program, Federal Water Pollution Control Act, June 8, 1981
125, Press Release, Civil Aeronautics Board regarding WV Air Service, June 9, 1981
126, Press Release, Coal-burning automobile, WASHINGTON POST editorial, June 9, 1981
127, Press Release, Income Ceiling reimposed for guaranteed student loans, June 10, 1981
129, Statement, Lavinia Edmunds, STATES NEWS SRVC., regarding Steven Miller as US Attorney, June 15, 1981
128, Press Release, Deepening of U.S. Ports for shipping coal overseas, June 12, 1981
130, Press Release, Senator Barry Goldwater comments on aviation achievements, June 12, 1981
131, Press Release, William Clohan Confirmation as Undersecretary US Department of Education, June 12, 1981
132, Statement, Rick Ours, WWVU, regarding possible shutdown of Elkins Weather Station, June 9, 1981
133, Press Release, Gifts returned, June 20, 1981
134, Press Release, Steel Industry Air Pollution Control requirement deadline extended, June 11, 1981
135, Press Release, WV 118th Birthday Celebration of Appreciation, June 20, 1981
136, Speech, WV State Democratic Executive Committee, Charleston, WV, June 13, 1981
138, Press Release, Healthcare programs for veterans, particularly VEV and Agent Orange, June 16, 1981
139, Press Release, WV’s first female page graduates, Mary Katherine (Kaki) Reckard, June 16, 1981
140, Press Release, Jennings Randolph, Nick Joe Rahall, Virginia Medical Assistance Law Ceremony, The White House, Washington, June 17, 1981
141, Press Release, Air Traffic Controllers Strike, Threat Condemned, June 18, 1981
142, Press Release, Civil Aeronautics Board, Charges in West Virginia Air Service, request denied for additional service, June 19, 1981
143, Speech, Office of Personnel Management, Congressional Briefing Conference, Washington, June 19, 1981
144, Speech, WV State Society/GWU Faculty Club, Washington, D.C., June 19, 1981
145, Speech, West Virginia State Convention, Morgantown, W.Va., June 20, 1981
146, Mailgram, Steel Industry’s Compliance extension to the Clean Air Act, June 19, 1981
146a, Press Release, 45th Anniversary, Randolph-Sheppard Act/109th Birthday, WV, June 20, 1981
147, Press Release, Floor Amendment restoring FY1982 funds for EDA, June 22, 1981
148, Host, National Youth Governor’s Conference, Washington, D.C., June 22, 1981
149, Speech, Virginia Young Democratic Fundraiser, Springfield, VA., June 22, 1981
150, Press Release, High interest rates, Federal Reserve Board primarily to blame, June 24, 1981
151, Press Release, Randolph May Serve ‘Longer Than People Think’, June 23, 1981
152, Press Release, SRCII (Solvent Refined Coal) facility cancelled, June 24, 1981
153, Press Release, Unsuccessful Amendment for refunding of EDA, June 24, 1981
154, Press Release, Steel given extra three years to meet Clean Air Act Requirements, June 24, 1981
155, Press Release, Veterans Affairs Committee cost-of-living increase, June 25, 1981
156, Press Release, Reconciliation resolution opposed as protest against Administration, June 26, 1981
Press Release, Steel, Clean Air Act, July 2, 1981
Speech, Pool Dedication, Fayette County Park, Fayetteville, July 4, 1981
Speech, Vietnam Veterans Night, Watt Powell Park, Charleston, July 5, 1981
159, Guest, The Bible Center Church, Charleston, July 5, 1981
160, Speech, National Federation of Blind Rally, Washington, July 8, 1981


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161, Statement, regarding mine safety debate, WAJR Radio, Morgantown
162, Luncheon, Host, Dr. Armand Hammer, Food/Fuel/World Peace Interrelationships, July 7, 1981
163, Interview, Joseph Kingsbury-Smith, regarding agri-energy, world production, July 9, 1981
164, WELD Radio, Moorefield Jaycees, Inskeep Hall, July 10, 1981
165, Speech, American Council of the Blind Retirement/Roast for Durward McDaniel, St. Louis, July 10, 1981
166, Speech Open House, Potomac Comprehensive Diagnostic and Guidance Center, July 12, 1981
167, Speech, Camp Walker Dedication, Romney, July 12, 1981
168, Press Release, Proposed Issuance of Commemorative Pearl Buck Stamp, July 15, 1981
169, Statement, High Interest Rates, Ottawa Economic Conference, July 17, 1981
170, Press Release, Clean Air Act Extension signed by President Reagan, July 17, 1981
171, Introduction, Dr. Joseph V Charyk, National Youth Science Camp, July 22, 1981
172, Press Release, Senate urged to support partial funding of Economic Development Administration, July 20, 1981
173, Press Release, National Council to Save Social Security, July 21, 1981
174, Press Release, Appalachian Regional Commission/Economic Development Administration program continuance through 1982, July 22, 1981
175, Press Release, letter regarding demise of Washington Star, July 23, 1981
176, Press Release, call to reverse Federal Reserve System’s high interest rates, July 28, 1981
177, Press Release, complaint against Tri-County Growers, West Virginia Department of Employment Security, July 30, 1981
178, Press Release, 1981 Omnibus Reconciliation Act, Consumer-Patient Radiation Health and Safety Act, July 31, 1981
179, Speech, Human Rights/Peace Interfaith Meeting, Huttonsville, August 3, 1981
180, Speech, Annual Installation Banquet, Florida Septic Tank Association, Orlando, August 1, 1981
181, Speech, Benedum Airport Radar Dedication, Bridgeport, August 4, 1981
182, Press Release, $13.4 million allocated to West Virginia by Federal Highway Administration, August 5, 1981
183, Speech, Seventh Day Baptist Conference, Salem, August 8, 1981
184, Press Release, loan guarantees for synthetic fuels projects, August 6, 1981
185, Press Release, Honors by West Virginia Vocational Association, August 6, 1981
186, Speech Aracoma Theatre, Chief Logan State Park, August 8, 1981
187, Press Release, John J. Giannini Dead at 51, August 12, 1981
188, Speech, 4th Annual Armand Hammer Conference, Aix-en-Provence, France, August 21, 1981
189, Press Release, Senator David Pryor’s Thoughts on Economic Recovery, August 21, 1981
190, Press Release, Democrats predicted to rebounds in polls in 1982, August 15, 1981
191, Speech, ARTBA Board of Directors, The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, August 25, 1981
192, Speech, Women’s Equality Day, Martinsburg, August 26, 1981
193, Press Release, Amtrak Board defers action on Cardinal for one month, August 26, 1981
194, Empty Folder, July/August 1981
195, Statement, Department of Labor Employment Training for Migrant/Seasonal Farmers, August 21, 1981
196, Speech, National League of Postmaster, Seattle, September 4, 1981
197, Speech, Senior Citizens Pageant, Webster County, Webster Springs, W.Va., September 7, 1981
198, Press Release, New 37 Passenger Gulfstream-American plane praised, September 8, 1981
199, Statement, Hearing on nomination of Sandra Day O’Connor, September 9, 1981
200, Press Release, Proposal adopted to build local sewer system, September 11, 1981
201, Press Release, Symposium for Education of Gifted and Talented Children, September 9, 1981
202, Statement, Feelings on resurrection of the CCC, September 8, 1981
203, Speech, State Conference of the Humanities, Charleston, W.Va., September 11, 1981
204, Speech, Oil and Gas Festival, Sistersville, W.Va., September 11, 1981
205, Press Release, U. S. International Trade Commission (Appeal for reopening Moundsville), September 14, 1981
206, Interview, Joyce Davis-Adams, WCAW Radio, saving Amtrak Cardinal, September 1, 1981
207, Interview, Tom Troy, EVENING JOURNAL, Legal Services Corporation allocation, September 9, 1981
207a, Press Release, Anthracite Trade Group encouraged to cooperate with coal producers, September 15, 1981
208, Interview, Bill Virgin, DAILY MAIL (Charleston) Senator Harrison Williams expulsion, September 8, 1981
209, Press Release, Bloomingdale Lake Dedication (Elk Garden), September 18, 1981
210, Statement, Nomination Hearing on Jean Tufts, Assistant Secretary, Special Education/Rehabilitation, September 22, 1981
211, Press Release, Salem Pro-Am, Bridgeport Country Club, September 20, 1981
212, Speech, Pollution Engineering Luncheon, Washington, September 22, 1981
213, Guest, Bloomington Lake Dedication, September 20, 1981
214, Speech, West Virginia Federation of Democratic Women Convention, September 25, 1981
215, Statement, National Peace Academy, September 24, 1981
216, Statement, President Reagan’s budget proposals, September 25, 1981
217, Speech, RSVP Luncheon, Washington, D.C., September 23, 1981
219, Speech, 50th Anniversary Class Breakfast, Elkins, W.Va., September 27, 1981


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220, Statement, Amy Bermant, NEWHOUSE NEWS SERVICE regarding Frank Hodsell/National Endowment for the Arts, September 22, 1981
221, Press Release, Public Debt Limit Increase, Washington, D.C., September 28, 1981
222, Press Release, Veterans Cost of Living increase disability compensation benefits, October 1, 1981
223, Press Release, Elkins Forest Festival, October 3, 1981
224, Press Release, Canaan Valley, “The Meeting on the Mountaintop,” October 2, 1981
225, Press Release, Dedication Ceremony for the Barbour County Sheltered Workshop, Philippi, W.Va., October 2, 1981
226, Article, Proposed sales of AWACS to Saudi Arabia, Washington, D.C., October 28, 1981
227, Radio, Would like Senator Randolph’s reaction to death of President Sadat, October 6, 1981
Speech, Annual Convention of West Virginia Federation of Democratic Women, Weirton, September 25, 1981
Death of aviatrix Blanche Noyes, October 6, 1981
Statement, National Academy of Peace, WTL Productions of Pennsylvania, October 9, 1981
Program, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Charleston, October 10, 1981
Program, National Awards Banquet Program, Religious Heritage of America, Hyatt Regency, Atlanta, Georgia, October 12, 1981
Speech, International Year of Disabled Persons, Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, October 13, 1981
Interview, regarding student loan cutbacks, Paige Burdette, Martinsburg Evening Journal, October 15, 1981
Press Release, Senate approved six year extension of Federal Highway Trust Fund, co-sponsored by JR, October 15, 1981
Statement, oversight hearings on EPA operations, October 15, 1981
Speech, Lumberport Park opening, Lumberport, October 16, 1981
Speech, introduction of W. Clement Stone, West Virginia State College Foundation Annual Dinner, Heart-O-Town Holiday Inn, Charleston, October 16, 1981
Speech, First Annual Convention of the Mountain State Council of the Blind, Tygart Hotel, Elkins, October 17, 1981
Statement, regarding proposed sale of AWACS system to Saudi Arabia, October 17, 1981
Speech, Annual Convention of the National Association of Postmasters of the United States, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, October 19, 1981
Press Release, JR renewed commitment to upgrading inland waterways, especially Ohio and Monongahela rivers, October 21, 1981
Interview, Salem College’s Mining Technology Program, Mike Simpson, Salem College, October 21, 1981
Press Release, JR called for strengthening of vocational education and youth employment training programs, October 21, 1981
Speech, dedication of Omni Direct Mail Services, Jefferson County, October 23, 1981
Speech, important decision for United States senators, October 28, 1981
Speech, Lawrence County Democratic Dinner, New Castle, Pennsylvania, October 29, 1981
Interview, regarding Cam Henderson, naming of Cam Henderson Center, Regina Gore, The Parthenon, October 29, 1981
Speech, American Association on Mental Deficiency, Region IX Conference, Arlington, Virginia, October 30, 1981
Speech, opening ceremony, William S. Ritchie Bridge, Ravenswood, October 31, 1981
Press Release, JR praised voting habits of older Americans, November 2, 1981
Statement, JR hopes for high voter turnout for special election on road bond amendment issue, November 2, 1981
Press Release, Federal Highway Administration released $8 million for construction on Weirton-Steubenville Bridge, November 2, 1981
Speech, 1st Annual Legislative Conference, Silver Haired Legislature, Charleston, November 3, 1981
Press Release, JR and RCB insured continuation of Amtrak’s Cardinal Route, November 3, 1981
Interview, regarding JR opinion on William Bell, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, November 4, 1981
Speech, Senate Steel Caucus, November 5, 1981
Interview, Dave Greenfield, Charleston Daily Mail, November 5, 1981
Speech, Summersville Lions Club 50th Anniversary Dinner, November 7, 1981
Speech, West Virginia State Veterans Home dedication, Barboursville, November 8, 1981
Interview, regarding Stonewall Jackson Lake, CBS Evening News, November 9, 1981
Speech, introduction of Undersecretary of Education William C. Clohan, Jr., New Teachers Banquet, Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce, Harpers Ferry, November 10, 1981
Speech, Hearing on S. 234, Community Home Health Services Act, Committee on Labor and Human Resources, November 10, 1981
Press Release, JR urged return of Monday holidays to original dates of observance, November 10, 1981
Program, Averell Harriman at 90, A Tribute, Washington, November 11, 1981
Interview, regarding JR memories of Christmas, Sandy Wells, Charleston Gazette, November 16, 1981
Press Release, Senate passed legislation extending Federal-Aid Highway Improvement program through 1986, November 16, 1981
Interview, regarding Jay Rockefeller, Tony Kornheiser, Washington Post, November 18, 1981
Interview, regarding television coverage of WVU-Syracuse football game, November 18, 1981
Speech, “Challenges for the Eighties,” Conference on Higher Education in West Virginia, White Sulphur Springs, November 19, 1981
Speech, Hubert Humphrey Student Leadership Conference, Democratic National Committee and College Democrats of America, Washington, November 20, 1981
Press Release, JR/Robert C. Byrd amendment, $125 million expansion by Volkswagen of America in South Charleston, November 20, 1981
Articles, regarding Davis and Elkins College 1931 football team, November 23, 1981
Interview, regarding talented and gifted children programs, Johnny Roberts, Wall Street Journal, November 23, 1981
Dinner, White House Conference on Aging, December 1, 1981
Press Release, JR urged President Ronald Reagan to include funding for Appalachian Regional Commission, December 1, 1981
Press Release, JR confident WVU will win Peach Bowl, December 1, 1981
Article, “View from the Hill,” Ed Schaefer, Morgan Messenger, December 2, 1981
Articles, regarding Jay Randolph, sportscaster, December 2, 1981
Interview, regarding Employment Act of 1946, Marian Boykin, George Washington University, December 3, 1981
Speech, Education Rights of Persons with Disabilities Conference, Webster College, St. Louis, Missouri, December 5, 1981
Interview, regarding JR reminiscences of Pearl Harbor, Bud Forte, WWVA Radio, Wheeling, December 7, 1981
Press Release, JR statement on death of Thomas Corcoran, December 7, 1981
Interview, regarding televising of Senate proceedings, Dave Greenfield, Charleston Daily Mail, December 7, 1981
Press Release, JR testified on behalf of legislation authorizing memorial to Franklin Roosevelt, December 8, 1981
Statement, McClure-Volkmer legislation, December 8, 1981
Press Release, new value engineering savings predicted, December 9, 1981
Speech, Keep America Beautiful, National Awards Luncheon, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, December 10, 1981
Press Release, West Virginia to receive $156.8 million for sewage treatment systems, December 10, 1981
Press Release, JR urged expediting of investigations of mine disasters in West Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee, December 11, 1981
Press Release, JR charged that Reagan Administration is reducing coal to “a second class energy resource,” December 11, 1981
Interview, first 100 days of the Franklin Roosevelt administration, Marjorie Hunter, New York Times, December 11, 1981
Program, 34th Annual Wright Memorial Dinner, Sheraton Hotel, Washington, December 11, 1981
Speech, Labor Subcommittee hearing on S. 1922, Black Lung Benefits and Revenue Amendments of 1981, December 14, 1981
Press Release, JR honored for support of Civil Air Patrol, December 15, 1981
Press Release, JR believes establishment of synthetic fuels industry by turn of century unlikely, December 15, 1981
Press Release, extension of Federal-Aid Interstate Highway program, December 16, 1981
Speech, Department of Justice Handicapped Employees Association luncheon, Washington, December 17, 1981
Program, ChatterBox SPClub Christmas Luncheon, honoring Congressman Melvin Price, Capital Hill, Washington, December 17, 1981
Statement, regarding Symms Amendment on automobile emissions standards, December 18, 1981
Press Release, JR commended President Ronald Reagan for continuing compulsory draft registration for 18 year old males, January 11, 1982
Press Release, JR stated need to develop firm coal policy, January 13, 1982
Interview, regarding increased use of computers by Congress, January 14, 1982
Interview, regarding tax exemptions for schools discriminating against African Americans, Hiram Reisner, States News Service, January 14, 1982
Program, inauguration of Virginia Governor Charles Robb, January 16, 1982
Statement, New Deal legislation
Press Release, JR would support repeal of IRS ruling that permits members of Congress unlimited deductions for expenses, January 18, 1982
Interview, regarding Appalachian Regional Commission, John Chambers, WOWK-TV, January 19, 1982


Box SP119A

Articles, "Middletown" documentary, March 24, 1982
Speech, Ed Johnson retirement reception, Humphrey's Dairy Bar, Charleston, March 26, 1982
Speech, dedication of renovated Upshur County Detention Facility, Buckhannon, March 28, 1982
Speech, Omicron Delta Kappa Fraternity, West Virginia Wesleyan College, Buckhannon, March 28, 1982
Statement, hearing on Appalachian Regional Development Act, Subcommittee on Regional and Community Development, March 29, 1982
Speech, Davis and Elkins College Capitol Dinner, Washington, March 29, 1982
Press Release, domestic content requirement for cars sold in United States, March 31, 1982
Press Release, JR introduced legislation to extend Federal-Aid Highway Program, March 31, 1982
Interview, regarding special tax break for members of Congress, Hiram Reisner, States News Service, April 1, 1982
Interview, regarding book on historical definition of blindness, Helen Neal, April 1, 1982
Press Release, Senate passed JR resolution designating week of November 7 as National Hospice Week, April 2, 1982
Speech, Preston Birth Center of Preston Memorial Hospital, Kingwood, April 2, 1982
Press Release, 37th Annual Edward Kelley Awards Assembly, Keyser High School, Keyser, April 5, 1982
Press Release, interest rates must be reduced dramatically, April 6, 1982
Interview, general, Mark Kramer, Daily Athenaeum, West Virginia University, April 6, 1982
Speech, American Whig-Cliosophic Society, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, April 7, 1982
Interview, regarding handicapped laws, Dave Greenfield, Charleston Daily Mail, April 8, 1982
Press Release, JR urged Navy Secretary John Lehman to give West Virginia manufacturing plants consideration in award of $4 million contract for rubber rafts, April 8, 1982
Press Release, EDA makes available $16.5 million in grants, April 9, 1982
Statement, JR expresses support for Stonewall Jackson Lake, April 12, 1982
Introduction of Alan J. Dixon, Annual Dinner of The Amen Corner, April 12, 1982
Photo, JR holding picture of John W. Davis, April 13, 1982
Press Release, JR contacted Secretary of Commerce Malcolm Baldrige regarding Weirton Steel ESOP, April 14, 1982
Press Release, JR urged adoption of his amendment to require members of Senate to vote on roll calls from their desks, April 14, 1982
Interview, regarding tax breaks, Ken DeLackey, Congressional Quarterly, April 15, 1982
Interview, general, Bob Brunner, WSAZ, April 15, 1982
Speech, Louis Johnson Veterans Administration Medical Center Dedication Dinner, Sheraton Hotel, Clarksburg, April 17, 1982
Press Release, JR commended Tanners Council of America on 65th anniversary, April 21, 1982
Press Release, legislation to establish United States Academy of Peace, April 22, 1982
Statement, Federal-Aid Highway Hearing, Subcommittee on Transportation, April 21, 1982
Article, "Air rules violators give to Benedict/Randolph," Charleston Gazette, April 21, 1982
Guest, West Virginia Italian Heritage Festival, Clarksburg, April 23, 1982
Guest, Salem Baptist Church Centennial Celebration, April 25, 1982
Article, Holmes Alexander at Clarksburg Library, April 25, 1982
Press Release, JR urged EPA to enforce controls over hazardous and solid wastes, April 26, 1982
Press Release, unemployment in the steel industry, April 27, 1982
Interview, Logan County Cleanup Committee, April 28, 1982
Statement, regarding S. 1662, National Nuclear Policy Act of 1982, April 28, 1982
Press Release, JR introduced legislation to strengthen natural resource facilities for handicapped, April 29, 1982
Letter, from President Ronald Reagan, regarding Charleston Daily Mail editorial, April 27, 1982
Articles, regarding Benedum Foundation, April 6, 1982
Speech, United Steelworkers of America, May 4, 1982
Interview, regarding pollution, Tim Miller, States News Service, May 5, 1982
Article, on Peace Academy, Charleston Gazette, May 5, 1982
Letter (photocopy), regarding Lockheed Clarksburg Subassembly Plant, May 6, 1982
Press Release, testimony of James K. Asselstine regarding coal, Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, May 6, 1982
Introduction, W. Clement Stone
Program, National Day of Prayer Rally, Washington, May 6, 1982
Speech, Henry J. Kaiser Centennial Observance, Kaiser Center, Oakland, California, May 7, 1982
Introduction of James Roosevelt, Salem College commencement, May 9, 1982
Press Release, JR recommended gas tax increase at federal level, May 10, 1982
Speech, retirement dinner for Dr. Gordon E. Hermanson, President of Davis and Elkins College, Elkins, May 14, 1982
Speech, groundbreaking for Piney Gardens Apartments, Pineville, May 15, 1982
Speech, Inaugural Jennings Randolph Forum, Council for the Advancement of Citizenship, Washington, May 16, 1982
Request for JR financial statement regarding speaking engagements/charity, Phil Jones, CBS, May 18, 1982
Interview, regarding JR re-election and Daily Mail poll, Jewel Bailey, May 19, 1982
Press Release, use of coal for electric power production would reduce likelihood of nuclear plant accidents, May 20, 1982
Draft of remarks on cancellation of conference at Coolfont Resort, Berkeley Springs, May 21, 1982
Speech, Agri-Energy Roundtable, Hotel Intercontinental, Geneva, Switzerland, May 24, 1982
Remarks, Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, Committee on Labor and Human Resources, May 25, 1982
Press Release, continuation of ARC approved by Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, May 27, 1982
Speech, West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine commencement, Lewisburg, May 29, 1982
Speech, 50th reunion, Spencer High School Class of 1932, May 29, 1982
Guest, Steubenville Catholic High School commencement, May 30, 1982
Interview, Herb Little, Associated Press, Charleston, May 31, 1982
Speech, mid-policy year meeting, Military Benefit Association, St. Petersburg, Florida, May 1982
Press Release, legislation to stimulate new housing construction and sales approved by Senate, June 1, 1982
Program/Article, Senator Robert C. Byrd Appreciation Dinner, Elks Country Club, Elkins, June 2, 1982
Press Release, Chessie Railroad in West Virginia to demonstrate new micro-electronic system for monitoring track safety, June 2, 1982
Speech, Huntington Saint Joseph Central High School commencement, Huntington, June 5, 1982
Interview, regarding nuclear freeze protests, Steve Hauser, Charleston Daily Mail, June 17, 1982
Speech, Armand Hammer Conference on Peace and Human Rights, Hyde Park, New York, July 9, 1982


Box SP120

1, Speech, Fayette County Environmental Education, Youth Education Appreciation Day, June 5, 1982
2, Speech, Dedication Ceremony and Grand Opening of Salem Health Care Center, June 6, 1982
3, ARC – 3 grants, August 10, 192
4, Baldrige, Steel Caucus Meeting, August 11, 1982
5, Cranberry Wilderness, August 11, 1982
6, Immigration quotas, August 12, 1982
7, Education SLMA (Sallie Mae)
8, Lewis County Democratic Women Picnic, August 13, 1982
9, Federal Coal Export, August 17, 1982
10, Lift Age 70 Retirement Cap, August 16, 1982
11, Acid Rain, August 19, 1982
12, Speech, Commerce Finds subsidies in steel investigations, June 11, 1982
13, Speech, Subcommittee on Water Resources, Hearing on Soil Conservation Projects, June 11, 1982
14, Speech, Conference for Disabled Persons, June 12, 1982
15, Flag Day, Washington, D.C., June 14, 1982
16, Speech, Groundbreaking for Pocatalico Village Apartments, Sissonville, W.Va., June 19, 1982
17, Salem Monday, Congressional Road, June 21, 1982
18, EPA, Enforce controls over hazardous and solid waste, NO DATE
19, 80th Birthday Celebration, Senator George Murphy, Washington, D.C., June 19, 1982
20, Railroad Heritage Festival, Grafton, W.Va., September 4, 1982
21, Bethany College Political Symposium, September 7, 1982
22, Paul Garber Tribute, Air & Space Museum, September 8, 1982
23, Supplemental Appropriations VETO, Washington, D.C., September 9, 1982
24, Dedication, Marshall University Medical Education Building and West Wing of the Huntington Veterans Administration Medical Center, Huntington, W.Va., September 10, 1982
25, Speech, W.Va. Savings and Loan League, The Greenbrier Hotel, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., September 11, 1982
26, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Charleston, W.Va., August 28, 1982
27, Opposed Tax Increase, August 20, 1982
28, Clarksburg Coal Forum, Clarksburg, W.Va., August 28, 1982
29, Speech, 6th Annual Reunion, West Virginia Chapter, The National Association of 30 Postmasters, Canaan Valley State Park, Davis, W.Va., September 11, 182
30, Military Benefit Association, Washington, D.C., September 13, 1982
31, Speech, FDR Anniversary Lecture, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., September 16, 1982
32, Elkins Chamber of Commerce Banquet, Elkins, W.Va., September 17, 1982
33, Performing Arts Bill, S. 2925, September 17, 1982
34, 195th Birthday of the Constitution of the United States, Washington, D.C., September 17, 1982
35, Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, July 22, 1982
36, 20th Annual Luncheon, United States Senate, Washington, D.C., July 21, 1982
Speech, introduction of Dr. Armand Hammer, Huntington Galleries, Huntington, June 19, 1982
Master of Ceremonies, 50th anniversary of State Capitol Building, Charleston, June 20, 1982
Invest-In-America National Council, Honor Roll of American Eagle Awardees, Washington, June 20, 1982
National YMCA Youth Governors’ Conference, June 23, 1982
WVU 1982 Mountaineer Scholarship Dinner, honoring Sam Huff, June 23, 1982
Speech, Randolph-Sheppard Blind Vending Stand Operators of America meeting, June 25, 1982
Press Release, acid rain, June 29, 1982
Press Release, South Charleston Combined Armed Forces Reserve Center, June 30, 1982
Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce annual banquet, Shepherdstown, June 30, 1982
Council for Advancement of Citizenship, June 30, 1982
Memorandum, Title I, Elementary and Secondary Education Act, July 1, 1982
Interview, balanced budget, Steve Hauser, Charleston Daily Mail, July 1, 1982
Press Release, Equal Rights Amendment failed, July 1, 1982
Interview, regarding Robert Johnson, July 1, 1982
Press Release, Raymond Lee Organization, Arthur P. Bird, July 6, 1982
Press Release, Mid-Atlantic Region of National Association of Theater Owners, Showman of the Year Award to R. Wade Pearson of Virginia, July 9, 1982
Speech, Armand Hammer Conference on Peace and Human Rights, Hyde Park, New York, July 9, 1982
Speech, groundbreaking, Weirton-Steubenville Bridge, July 11, 1982
Press Release, new post office at Valley Bend, July 12, 1982
Press Release, JR criticized Reagan Administration for cutbacks in coal research and development programs, July 13, 1982
Grafton National Cemetery, July 14, 1982
Statement, reintroduction of Equal Rights Amendment, July 14, 1982
Interview, regarding George Paras nomination, Ben Sherwood, Los Angeles Times, July 15, 1982
Presidential Classroom for Young Americans, July 15, 1982
Press Release, JR expressed support for nomination of George P. Schultz, Secretary of State, July 15, 1982
Press Release, overseas coal shipments from West Virginia running at peak levels, July 16, 1982
Interview, Grandparents Day, Westinghouse Broadcasting, July 19, 1982
Press Release, Harpers Ferry Historical National Park attendance growing, July 19, 1982
Host, Festival of Flight, Salem College, Salem, July 20, 1982
Interview, regarding JR involvement in Radiation, Safety and Health Legislative Initiatives, July 20, 1982
Press Release, Clean Water Act, July 22, 1982
Press Release, JR urged Reagan Administration to support domestic steel industry, July 26, 1982
News Release, American Student Association, July 26, 1982
Press Release, JR co-sponsoring legislation to re-establish May 30 as Memorial Day, July 27, 1982
Speech, Benwood floodwall dedication, July 31, 1982
Speech, Watermelon Festival, Independence, August 1, 1982
News Release, Independence Day should be celebrated on August 2, August 2, 1982
Press Release, Senate panel approved Upper Mud River Watershed work plan (Boone and Lincoln counties), August 3, 1982
Press Release, JR vote against proposed constitutional amendment to balance budget, August 4, 1982
Press Release, EPA cleanup work, McClintock Game Farm, Ona and toxic herbicides, McCreery (Raleigh County), August 4, 1982
Press Release, first anniversary of President Reagan’s economic program (“sad but important milestone”), August 4, 1982
Press Release, JR proposal to curtail importing of foreign cars that do not meet American pollution control standards, August 5, 1982
Press Release, new coal loading facility on Chesapeake Bay, August 6, 1982
Press Release, JR urged Federal Highway Administration to allocate $37 million for Weirton-Steubenville Bridge, August 6, 1982
Press Release, Capitol Hill Symposium commemorating birth of George Washington 250 years ago, August 6, 1982
Speech, Eagle Scout ceremony for Kenneth Pack III, Duffey Memorial Methodist Church, Moorefield, August 7, 1982
Press Release, Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975, August 9, 1982
Press Release, Supplemental Educational Opportunity grant program, August 10, 1982
Statement, Subcommittee on Transportation, highway needs and financing alternatives, August 10, 1982
Beeper, Senate gymnasium vote, August 11, 1982
Speech, Miss Hardy County (Senior Citizen) Beauty Pageant, Moorefield, September 18, 1982
Speech, Treasure Mountain Festival, Franklin, September 18, 1982
Interview, Benedum, Success Unlimited Magazine, “I Kept Right on Going,” September 18, 1982
Speech, The Country Day School of Jefferson County, Charles Town, September 19, 1982
Press Release, Appalachian Regional Commission approved grants for water projects in Barbour and Hancock counties, September 21, 1982
Press Release, coal unemployment to reach 80,000 within two weeks unless nationwide rail strike settled, September 21, 1982
Speech, hearings on S. 2061, Public Lands Conservation, Rehabilitation and Improvement Act, September 22, 1982
Speech, Pollution Engineering Magazine, 5 Star Awards Luncheon, Washington, September 22, 1982
Statement, hearing on nomination of Winifred Pizzano and Jacqueline Phillips, Appalachian Regional Commission, September 22, 1982
Press Release, Department of Transportation grants for airport improvements, Parkersburg and Huntington, September 22, 1982
Background Information, meeting with Jill Clevenger, WGBH, Boston, September 24, 1982
Press Release, JR introduced alternative acid rain legislation, September 24, 1982
Press Release, JR predicts continued assistance for elderly Americans, September 27, 1982
Interview, regarding lame duck sessions of Congress, September 28, 1982


Box SP121

Press Release, JR’s 10,000th roll call vote, September 29, 1982
Speech, Nurses Organization of the Veterans Administration, Hilton Hotel, Washington, October 1, 1982
Press Release, Senate approved JR bill to provide nation’s schools with incentive to teach citizenship education, October 1, 1982
Bulletin, First Baptist Church of Fairmont, October 3, 1982
Interview, regarding Jim Comstock, October 6, 1982
Speech, Washington Host Lions Club, Grammercy Inn, Washington, October 6, 1982
Speech, West Virginia Northern Community College Fellowship Dinner, Oglebay Park, Wheeling, October 7, 1982
Press Release, invitation to JR by President Ronald Reagan to participate at signing of Veterans Disability Compensation and Survivors Benefits Amendments of 1982, October 8, 1982
Speech, North Central Opportunities Industrialization Center Regional Awards Banquet, Morgantown, October 9, 1982
Speech, rededication and 10th anniversary Pace Training and Evaluation Center, Star City, October 10, 1982
Benediction, Religious Heritage National Awards Banquet, October 11, 1982
Loose Materials
A-B – Norman Vincent Peale, October 16, 1982
Randolph County Sheltered Workshop, Elkins, October 16, 1982
Salem President’s Circle Dinner, October 16, 1982
National Hospice Week Bill Signed, October 20, 1982
Monongalia County Fundraiser, October 21, 1982
Joshua Gardens, October 22, 1982
Democratic Caucus, November 30, 1982
Statement regarding Reagan Arms Control, November 22, 1982
TV in Senate?, November 23, 1982
AHA, November 29, 1982
Prayer Breakfast, December 1, 1982
Tug Fork Flood Prevention, December 1, 1982
WOWK/Abandoned Mines, December 2, 1982
ARC funds approved, December 2, 1982
EPA “Bubble” approved, December 3, 1982
Jobs program, December 6, 1982
E & PW Highway Amendment, December 7, 1982
Defense Logistics Coal Contract, December 7, 1982
“Energy-Impacted” Highways, December 8, 1982
Governor’s Kean/Thompson/Highway, December 9, 1982
Keep America Beautiful, Inc., 1982 Annual Review, December 9, 1982
Judiciary Amendment, December 9, 1982
Federal Aid Highway Legislation, December 10, 1982
Wright Memorial Dinner, December 10, 1982
Congressional Awards, November 30, 1982
Randolph Village Apartments, October 22, 1982
WVU-College of Engineering, October 23, 1982
Roosevelt-Truman Dinner, October 23, 1982
Gallaudet College, October 26, 1982
LeSage Water, October 27, 1982
SCS 50th Anniversary, October 27, 1982
Jennings Randolph predicts Byrd victory, October 28, 1982
Women of Army Surgeon General’s Office, November 4, 1982
J. Harper Meredith Building Dedication (Fairmont), November 6, 1982
Piney Gardens Dedication, November 6, 1982
National Hospice Week – Shorehaw, November 7, 1982
Air & Space Bi-Centennial, November 8, 1982
Jennings Randolph election 50 years ago, November 8, 1982
Air & Space Bicentennial, November 9, 1982
Kansas Political Scenic Association, November 12, 1982
University of Kansas, November 12, 1982
YALE, November 17, 1982
Energy Secretary Donald Hodel, November 19, 1982
Huntington CAP Banquet, November 2, 1982
Buy American, December 15, 1982
Omnibus/ARC, December 15, 1982
Jeanine Guttman, December 17, 1982
Marathon Session, December 20, 1982


Box SP122

Decorum – January 3, 1983
USOC/Air and Space Bi – January 4, 1983
President Ronald Reagan – January 10, 1983
Akron/Guttman – January 16, 1983
Civil Service Act – 100th – January 17, 1983
Repeal of 10% Withholding Tax? – January 17, 1983
NYSC Cutoff? – January 18, 1983
Roll Call/Advice/New Member – January 18, 1983
Highways – January 20, 1983
Dole/Heckler Confer’d – January 24, 1983
National Association of Evangelicals – January 25, 1983
Reagan State of Union – January 25, 1983
Road Gang Awards Luncheon – January 29, 1983
Robert O. Anderson – January 26, 1983
ERA reintroduced – January 26, 1983
ARC cont. proposed – January 26, 1983
Weirton/Steub. bridge fund – January 27, 1983
George Preston Marshall – February 1, 1983
Senate Youth Program – February 11, 1983
Public Works Projects – February 2, 1983
Convention II – February 3, 1983
Clean Air by 1987 – February 3, 1983
Sharon Rockefeller PBS nomination – February 4, 1983
10% Withholding Tax – February 7, 1983
Goldenseal Magazine – February 7, 1983
NACO New Orleans – February 9, 1983
ADEA (Education) – February 14, 1983
AFL-CIO Dinner – February 16, 1983
Stonewell Jackson Hole – February 17, 1983
WV Sons of American Revolution – February 21, 1983
WV Foundation for Independent Colleges – January 22, 1983
Terry Bowden/Salem Coach – February 22, 1983
Peace Academy – February 23, 1983
Abandoned mines reclamation – February 24, 1983
Vocational Rehabilitation – February 24, 1983
Gallipolis Lock & Dam – February 28, 1983
Proposed 15% VA increase – March 1, 1983
FDR 50th Inaugural – March 4, 1983
50th New Deal LBJ Library – March 4, 1983
TVA 50th – March 22, 1983
National Rehabilitation Association Seminar – March 24, 1983
YMCA Partner with Youth – March 24, 1983
Randolph Village Apartments Dedication – March 26, 1983
Joshua Gardens Dedication – March 26, 1983
Rebekah Ass’lies Test Dinner – March 26, 1983
Frank Matthews/Pittsburgh Post Gazette – March 29, 1983
Corps of Engineers grant – March 29, 1983
Loss of Trailways Bus Service – March 29, 1983
PBS Late Night – March 29, 1983
Concrete Pipe Association – March 29, 1983
1st Annual/FDR Dinner – March 29, 1983
Virginia Tech Symposium – April 1, 1983
Harbor Improvements – April 4, 1983
Greenfield (Charleston) on CCC – April 4, 1983
German/American Cultural Exchange – April 5, 1983
Synfuels (SFC) – April 6, 1983
FDR’s “Savannah” – April 6, 1983
Clean Water Act ext. (steel) – April 6, 1983
BSA National Trail Council Leadership Dinner – April 7, 1983
Science & Math Legislation – April 8, 1983
1st Annual Agriculture/Forestry Forum – April 8, 1983
Center for Study of Presidency – April 9, 1983
Rowe introduced University of Charleston – April 13, 1983
Jobs Program – April 11, 1983
38th Anniversary for Death – April 12, 1983
March of Dimes Walk America – April 12, 1983
WVHR Dedication – March 6, 1983
W.Va. Legislature Joint Address – March 7, 1983
Birthday greetings from Reagan – March 8, 1983
50th Swearing In – March 9, 1983
Randolph Announces Retirement – March 9, 1983
Jobs bill outrage – March 10, 1983
Acid Rain – March 10, 1983
Sale of Weirton Steel – March 14, 1983
Highway Contractors - March 14, 1983
Airport grants – March 15, 1983
Japan/U.S. Senate Scholarship – March 15, 1983
Hazardous Waste – March 16, 1983
Student Aid Increase? – March 18, 1983
C-Span – March 18, 1983
Valley Forge Vote Plea – March 18, 1983
Social Security Debate – March 21, 1983
Rotary Dist. 753 Conv. – Canaan – April 29, 1983
President’s Executive Exchange Alumni Association – April 29, 1983
DAR Anna Jarvis – April 30, 1983
Health Care for Unemployed – May 3, 1983
Ruckelshaus hearings – May 3, 1983
Synfuels – May 5, 1983
Francis Turner Highway Research Center – May 5, 1983
Berkeley County Young Democrats – May 7, 1983
Ohio Valley College Students and Parents Commencement – May 7, 1983
2nd Annual RIFF Dinner – April 16, 1983
Youth Unemployment – April 18, 1983
Building and Construction Trades Council – April 19, 1983
Easter Seal Society – April 19, 1983
Mother’s Day Speech – April 20, 1983
20th Annual Democratic Congressional Dinner – April 20, 1983
Rocket Motor Contract – April 21, 1983
Armand Hammer Tribute – April 21, 1983
Rotary Club – Baltimore – April 22, 1983
Curb unfair import trade – April 22, 1983
Curb unfair import trade – April 22, 1983
J. J. Cafaro City of Hope – April 24, 1983
VA Centers’ $’s – April 25, 1983
Deteriorating Roads Bridges – April 29, 1983
Appalachian Mental Health Center – April 29, 1983
Jackson, Mississippi ARC Conference – April 13, 1983
Goodwill Industries Dedication – Huntington – April 15, 1983
2nd JR Forum, Council for the Advancement of Citizenship, Registration form, Hyatt Hotel Promotion, Program, Memorandum, Article, May 8, 1983
News Release, Beckley College Commencement, Speech, May 13, 1983
Airport Grants – May 14, 1983


Box SP123

Speech, WV School Administration and School Board Association, Conference Program, May 14, 1983
Speech, Glenville Commencement, Glenville State College, 109th Commencement Program, May 15, 1983
News Release, American Forestry Association, Charleston Daily Mail Editorial 7/1/1983, AFA Speech, AFA Correspondence, May 16, 1983
Press Release, Coal Slurry Legislation, Periodical Article, May 17, 1983
Bob Hope 80th – May 19, 1983
Jackson County Demo – May 21, 1983
Agri-Energy Roundtable – May 23, 1983
MX Missle – May 25, 1983
News Release, Virginia Medical Centers, May 25, 1983
News Release, Respirable Dust Grant
News Release, Spaatz, Pace, Speech (typed & notes), May 27, 1983
News Release, Handicapped/Education, May 21, 1983
Speech, Keyser Mental Health (typed & handwritten original), May 28, 1983
Speech, Notes, Program, “Belvedere,” Essay, April 1967, Jefferson County Country Day School, May 29, 1983
Speech, United Airlines Employees Association, News Release, From R. W. Hoffmaster
Baccalaureate Commencement Program, University of Hard Knocks, Alderson-Broaddus College Flyer, June 3, 1983
Press Release, ESOP, Speech, Correspondence, June 5, 1983
Speech, Wagner-Peyser 50th Anniversary Commemoration, Photo with correspondence, Program, Publication, A/D List, June 6, 1983
Speech, General Services Administration, June 7, 1983
Speech, Cold Finished Steel Bar Institute, Press Release, Agenda, Members List, June 7, 1983
Speech, Stonewall Jackson Lake, Ken S. McLemore Business Card, Skip Johnson correspondence, Lynn correspondence, June 7, 1983
Programs, Salem College Commencement, Salem United Methodist Church program, May 18, 1983
Transcripts, Budget delay/Condemnation, Press Release, May 12, 1983
Speech, Washington Coal Club, Press Release, June 8, 1983
Speech, Solid Waste Disposal Act, June 8, 1983
Press Release, Beckley Air Show, Speech, June 10, 1983
Speech, Camden-on-the-Gauley Medical Center, Program, Agenda, June 11, 1983
Speech, International Association of Personnel of Employment Security, June 13, 1983
Press Release, Speech, Clean Air Act Amendment, June 14, 1983
Speech, Boy’s State – Jackson Mill, June 17, 1983
Press Release, West Virginia 120th, Speech Drafts, June 20, 1983
Press Release, Deep Draft Port Legislation, June 21, 1983
Press Release, Appalachian Regional Commission Funding, Draft, June 22, 1983
Press Release, YMCA National Youth Governors, Photo, Program and Additions, June 22, 1983
Speech, Pearl S. Buck Birth Place Foundation, Marlinton Motor Inn Promotion, JM Letter, Program, Press Packet, June 24, 1983
Press Release, Abortion Amendment, Speech, June 27, 1983
Speech, West Virginia Education Excellence, Press Release, June 30, 1983
Press Release, James Rumsey Vocational Technology, Speech, Program, June 30, 1983
Press Release, JR’s 4th of July Weekend, Speech Notes, Memorandum, July 1, 1983
Speech, National Youth Science (20th Anniversary), Elkins, W.Va., July 2, 1983
Speech, Salvation Army Awards, July 2, 1983
Speech, Flight Fair/Freedom Day, July 3, 1983
Speech, Maury Village Apartments Groundbreaking, July 5, 1983
Speech, UDGA Groundbreaking, Parkersburg, W.Va., July 5, 1983
Speech, Harold Effland, Mineral News Tribune, July 6, 1983
Speech, Reagan’s Specialty Steel Import Relief, July 6, 1983
Speech, Black Fly, July 13, 1983
Press Release, DOD Office of Testing/Evaluation, July 14, 1983
Press Release, Road/Bridges, “BAD”, July 15, 1983
Press Release, Ferroalloy, July 15, 1983
Speech, Contractors Association of West Virginia, July 16, 1983
Press Release, Harper’s Ferry National Park, July 18, 1983
Press Release, Ohio River Navigation System, July 18, 1983
Speech, Arson, July 19, 1983
Speech, Peace Academy Approved, July 20, 1983
Press Release, Reagan Performance, July 21, 1983
Press Release, Shawnee Hills Mental Health Center, July 22, 1983
Speech, Kanawha County Family/Child Center, July 23, 1983
Press Release, MX Missile Vote, July 26, 1983
Press Release, Mine Safety Studios, Removed?, July 26, 1983
Press Release, Steel’s “Serious Problems,” August 4, 1983
Press Release, Volunteer Firefighter Recognition Day, August 8, 1983
Press Release, DOT I-64/I-77 Grant, August 8, 1983
Speech, 7th Day Baptist Conference, New York, August 9, 1983
Press Release, Railroad Solvency Act Signed, August 12, 1983
Speech, Young Democrats, Charleston, W.Va., August 12, 1983
Speech, CAP, Las Vegas, NV, August 13, 1983
Press Release, HUD Small Cities Grants, August 15, 1983
Radio, Better Berkeley County, August 23, 1983
Speech, Bell Memorial Service, September 23, 1983
Speech, USAF Band Concert, August 25, 1983
Speech, Wimer Memorial Fund Dinner, August 26, 1983
Speech, Management Riverfront Park, August 28, 1983
Speech, KAL Flight 007, September 2, 1983
Speech, Railroad Heritage Festival, September 4, 1983
Speech, Mrs. John Stennis’ Death, September 5, 1983
Press Release, ARC Grants, September 14, 1983
Speech, CCC, September 11, 1983
Speech, Washington Coal Club, September 14, 1983
Speech, Senate Prayer Breakfast, September 14, 1983
Speech, Henry Jackson tribute, September 14, 1983
Speech, 196th Birthday of Constitution, US Senate, September 16, 1983
Speech, Festival of Flight, Salem, September 24, 1983


Box SP124

Press Release, JR criticized efforts to restrict student access to federally guaranteed loans, September 20, 1983
Press Release, JR amendment to delete $650,000 in funding to Washington Opera Society, September 21, 1983
Speech, Martinsburg Air Show, Martinsburg, September 24, 1983
Introduction of Pamela C. Harriman, West Virginia Federation of Democratic Women’s Clubs, Martinsburg, September 24, 1983
Speech, regarding Ted Fearnow, West Virginia Planning Association, Cliffside Inn, Harpers Ferry, September 26, 1983
Speech, Capital Airlines Association reunion, Capital Park, Alexandria, Virginia, September 26, 1983
Press Release, War Powers Act, September 28, 1983
Press Release, legislation to extend jobless benefits, September 30, 1983
Speech, Gerontology Center Award, West Virginia University, Morgantown, October 1, 1983
Article on JR, Petroleum Independent Magazine, October 6, 1983
Press Release, Weirton Steel, employee stock ownership plan, October 6, 1983
Speech, 33rd Annual Awards Banquet, Religious Heritage of America, Marriott Hotel, Washington, October 10, 1983
Speech, Youth Awareness Program, Woodrow Wilson High School, Washington, October 11, 1983
Speech, National Emergency Medical Services Conference, Marriott Hotel, Charleston, October 12, 1983
Speech, West Virginia Association of Housing Authorities, annual meeting, Cliffside Inn, Harpers Ferry, October 12, 1983
Press Release, English as official United States language, JR supports, October 13, 1983
Press Release, JR amendment to provide additional education funds failed, October 13, 1983
Press Release, Adult Education Week, October 17, 1983
Press Release, JR amendment to establish national holiday for Martin Luther King, Jr. on January 15 defeated, October 18, 1983
Program, dinner honoring HR, West Virginia Silver Haired Legislature, October 20, 1983
Press Release, Federal Aviation Administration attempting to shut down tower operations in Lewisburg, Wheeling, Morgantown and Clarksburg, October 20, 1983
Statement, contract signing ceremony, Tri-County Health Clinic, Rock Cave, October 22, 1983
Speech, Doddridge County Democratic Executive Dinner, October 22, 1983
Speech, 30th anniversary observance, Bridgeport United Methodist Church, Bridgeport, October 23, 1983
Statement, bombing of United States Embassy in Lebanon, October 24, 1983
Statement/Interview, invasion of Grenada, October 25, 1983
Press Release, funding, Federal-Aid Highway Program, October 25, 1983
Press Release, JR joins Senate resolution calling for Japanese purchase of 1/3 of metallurgical and steam coal from United States, October 25, 1983
Interview, regarding Senator Karl Mundt, October 27, 1983
Speech, Air Traffic Control Association, Arlington, Virginia, October 28, 1983
Interview, “Ghost Stories,” Sue Stolov, WSAZ-TV, Huntington, October 28, 1983
Speech, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Charleston, October 29, 1983
Speech, Inaugural Ethics Conference, University of Charleston, October 29, 1983
Press Release, JR urges West Virginians to view “The Chemical People,” November 1, 1983
Press Release, acid rain, November 2, 1983
Speech, Awards Banquet of National Industries for the Blind, November 2, 1983
Speech, 50th anniversary dinner of Ninety-Nines, Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, November 4, 1983
Speech, Morgantown Municipal Airport-Hart Field Terminal Building rededication and 40th anniversary commemoration of flight powered by gasoline made from coal, Morgantown, November 6, 1983
Press Release, HUD conducting workshop, Charleston, November 7, 1983
Press Release, lock replacement, Monongahela River, November 8, 1983
Interview, JR vote for nerve gas, November 8, 1983
Statement, Capitol bombing, November 8, 1983
Statement, nomination hearing for Elizabeth Hallanan, Senate Judiciary Committee, November 9, 1983
Statement, nomination of David Zegeer, assistant secretary of labor for mine safety and health, Senate committee on Labor and Human Resources, November 9, 1983
Press Release, Veterans Day, November 10, 1983
Press Release, Federal buildings legislation, November 10, 1983
Program, Veterans Day, Morgantown Health Care, November 11, 1983
Speech, dedication of the Charles E. (Jim) Compton Chair of Nutrition, West Virginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown, November 11, 1983
Speech, 100th anniversary of sanctuary building of Piedmont Presbyterian Church, Piedmont, November 11, 1983
Speech, annual meeting, Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, Shoreham Hotel, Washington, November 14, 1983
Press Release, tree planting at United States Capitol by Elkins First Ward School in memory of John F. Kennedy, November 15, 1983
Interview, regarding Tygarts Hotel, Joe Rada, Charleston Daily Mail, November 16, 1983
Press Release, Clean Air Act hearings, November 17, 1983
Speech, West Virginia Nurses Association, November 18, 1983
Press Release, Harry S. Truman centennial, November 18, 1983
Press Release, 20th anniversary of death of John F. Kennedy, November 21, 1983
Speech, dedication of Fairmont Wastewater Treatment Plant, November 23, 1983
Speech, Monongalia County Young Democrats, Morgantown, December 4, 1983
Speech, Keep America Beautiful National Awards luncheon, December 8, 1983
Recorded Message, Family Crisis Center Radiothon, WKLP, Keyser, December 8, 1983
Program, 7th annual Public Policy Dinner of American Enterprise Institute, December 8, 1983
Statement, Lebanon situation, December 9, 1983
Invocation, annual Wright Brothers dinner, Sheraton Hotel, Washington, December 9, 1983
Speech, Smithsonian Symposium on Citizenship, National Museum of History, Carmichael Auditorium, Washington, December 9, 1983
Program, “A Celebration of Christmas in Washington,” December 11, 1983
Interview, regarding Harry Truman, David McCullough, December 13, 1983
Speech, annual conference banquet, West Virginia Rehabilitation Association, West Virginia Rehabilitation Center, Institute, December 16, 1983
Press Release, upgrading rural housing in West Virginia, Harry Tomlinson, December 19, 1983
Interview, The Lawmakers, Cokie Roberts, December 20, 1983
Speech, Christmas program, Plaza Federal Building, Elkins, December 23, 1983


Box SP125

White House Dinner Honoring China’s Premier Ziyang, January 10, 1984
Weirton Steele Ownership Transfer, Weirton, January 11, 1984
Lockheed-Georgia, Statement on Expansion, January 13, 1984
Constitution Study Group, National Archives, January 18, 1984
American Psychological Association President’s Citation Award to Jennings Randolph, January 20, 1984
Water Resources Hearings, Press Release, January 25, 1984
President’s State of the Union (Jennings Randolph’s Statement), January 26, 1984
U.S. Senate Youth Program, January 28 to February 4, 1984
F.D.R. Birth 104th Anniversary, January 31, 1984
Federal Jude (first woman) Elizabeth Hallahan, January 31, 1984
Conrail Rail Line Abandonment, January 31, 1984
Newman, Jane – Hearings, Assistant Secretary of Commerce, February 1, 1984
Prayer Breakfast, February 2, 1984
Capital Airlines Book, Dustcover Manuscript, February 6, 1984
Credit Union League, February 7, 1984
Voorhis, Jerry – Interview (Former Representative), February 8, 1984
Digestive Diseases, February 8, 1984
Post Office Closing League of Postmasters, W.Va., February 9, 1984
Acid Rain Hearing Environment and Public Works Commission, February 10, 1984
FMC Good Government Meeting, South Charleston, February 10, 1984
Message to Youth Voter Registration Conference, February 12, 1984
Groundbreaking for Family Life Center (Nazarene Church), February 19, 1984
Charleston, Labor Federation Dinner (Senator Riegle), February 20, 1984
National Association of Postmasters Legislative Conference, February 22, 1984
Capital Punishment Vote (Statement by Jennings Randolph), February 22, 1984
Employers National Job Service Committee, February 23, 1984
WEIR RADIO 31st Anniversary of Cosmopolitan, February 25, 1984
National Association of Boards of Education, February 26, 1984
Alderson-Broaddus College Choral Group (AERO-CLUB), February 28, 1984
National Association of State and Regional Water Officials Award to Jennings Randolph, February 29, 1984
Education, W.Va., State Educators, February 29, 1984
National Association of State approving Agencies, February 29, 1984
Funding for Weirton-Steubenville Bridge, February 29, 1984
Steel Import Quota Legislature, Press Release, March 1, 1984
American Psychological Association Award to Jennings Randolph, March 2, 1984
Corma Mowry (Statement of Death), March 2, 1984
National Community Health Centers Association, March 6, 1984
VFW Annual Report, March 6, 1984
Inter-paliamentry Union Conference – Puerto Rico, March 9, 1984
C.E.”Jim” Compton Mining and Reclamation Council of America dinner, March 12, 1984
Magazine Article on Jennings Randolph Mining and Reclamation, March 12, 1984
Clean Air Act (Acid Rain) Legislation, Public Works, March 13, 1984
W.Va. Broadcasters Award to Jennings Randolph, March 13, 1984
American Institute of Chemical Engineers Award to Jennings Randolph, March 15, 1984
Arch Moore Nominee for Governor, March 17, 1984
Jay Rockefeller announces for Senate (Charleston),March 17, 1984
Prayer in Public Schools Vote, March 20, 1984
W.Va. Alumni Luncheon, March 21, 1984
Water Research Legislation (vote to override President veto), March 21, 1984
Exchange Club of Capitol Hill, Senate Speaks, March 21, 1984
Davis & Elkins Dinner, March 23, 1984
Jennings Randolph Recognition Dinner, Philippi, March 24, 1984
National Federation of the Blind and W.Va. Society for Blind Luncheon, March 24, 1984
Strawberry Festival Queen, March 24, 1984
Randolph Scholarship, W.Va. Wesleyan College, March 25, 1984
National Hearing Impaired Awareness Week, March 27, 1984
Civil Air Patrol Luncheon, March 27, 1984
Randolph Dinner Tribute from Education State B, March 28, 1984
First Political Speech Anniversary (Brownton), March 31, 1984
Interstate 77, March 31, 1984
Judel Glassware, March 31, 1984
Elkins Jaycees Awards Banquet, Beverly, March 31, 1984
National Air and Space Museum, April 4, 1984
Grafton Cemetery Veterans Administration National Cemetery, April 6, 1984
Amen Corner Dinner, Pittsburgh, PA, (Senator Cranston), April 6, 1984
Frank Church, April 9, 1984
Morgantown-WNPB-TV, Interview with Jennings Randolph, April 9, 1984
Nicaragua Statement, April 10, 1984
Rehabilitation, National Rehabilitation Honor for Senator Randolph, April 11, 1984
Hazardous Waste Public Works Committee, April 11, 1984
Labor and Human Resources (Libraries), April 12, 1984
Coal Royalties Press Release, April 13, 1984
Weirton Steel (Press Release), April 13, 1984
Soft Drink Association Dinner, Greenbrier, April 16, 1984
Steubenville University, April 18, 1984
Randolph Day Lewis County Dinner, April 18, 1984
Bill Byrd Interview, Charleston Daily Mail, April 19, 1984
Embry, Riddle Aeronautical University Daytona Beach, April 20, 1984
Randolph will not step down early, April 21, 1984
Highway Construction Public Works Committee, April 23, 1984
Salem College Soviet Embassy Members visit, April 23, 1984
WJLA-TV (Pension Story), April 24, 1984
Senator Huey Long Interview, April 24, 1984
WSAZ/TV/Huntington Interview, April 25, 1984
Harpers Ferry National Historic Park, April 26, 1984
Kennedy Center Statement before Public Works, April 2, 1984
Andrus Award, American Association of Retired Persons, April 27, 1984
W.Va. University Athletic Fund (WBUC), Buckhannon, April 30, 1984
Galloway Reclamation (Barbour County) Scheduled, May 1, 1984
Vocational Education Senate Labor and Human Resources, May 2, 1984
Decker’s Creek Sewage Treatment Plant, May 5, 1984
Salem College Commencement, May 6, 1984
Bundestag Youth Exchange Program, West Germany, May 7, 1984


Box SP126

Truman, May 8, 1984 --- folder 1 of 2
Truman, May 8, 1984 --- folder 2 of 2
Southeastern University Commencement, May 8, 1984
Tug Fork Flood Press Release, May 9, 1984
Ferroalloy Industry Press Release, May 9, 1984
W.Va. Son and daughter honored (Jay Randolph), May 10, 1984
Washington and Lee University Mock Convention, May 11, 1984
Olympic Boycott, May 13, 1984
W.Va. University Honors Randolph at Commencement Exercise, May 14, 1984
U.S. Coal to Japan Press Release, May 15, 1984
Interview, PUBSAT Hazardous Waste Clean-Up in West Virginia, May 15, 1984
Interstate Highway, May 16, 1984
Jacqueline Schafer Nomination Hearing (Environmental Quality), May 17, 1984
Asbury Park Press, Jennings Randolph wants to know what went wrong, May 17, 1984
John D. Montgomery, Montgomery Publications (Kansas), May 17, 1984
Deficit Reduction Statement, May 18, 1984
Davis and Elkins Commencement, May 19, 1984
Hardy County Courthouse, May 19, 1984
Agent Orange, May 22, 1984
Citizenship Education, Senator Hatfield Keynotes Jennings Randolph Forum, May 22, 1984
Black Lung Benefits, May 22, 1984
Handicapped Children Participate in very special Arts Festival, May 24, 1984
Veterans Administration Medical Center (Clarksburg), May 25, 1984
Luxembourg, Jennings Randolph salutes servicemen who died in Europe WWII, May 26, 1984
Fifth Annual Agri-Energy Roundtable, May 26, 1984
Homestead School Commencement (Handicapped Children), June 1, 1984
Kyle, Richard funeral, June 1, 1984
Disabled American Veterans, June 2, 1984
Philippi, June 3, 1984
Politics (Randolph a vanishing breed), June 3, 1984
Steel (Remarks made on Senate Floor by Senator), June 7, 1984
University of Hard Knocks, Philippi, Jennings Randolph Awards Diplomas, June 9, 1984
Democratic Platform Committee Hearings, June 11, 1984
Agriculture Honor Award (38th), June 12, 1984
Steel Quotas, June 14, 1984
Wheeling Park and George Washington High Schools, June 14, 1984
FLAGS, (few flying disturbs Randolph), June 15, 1984
Beckley College Banquet, June 15, 1984
Nicaragua attacks supported by CIA, June 18, 1984
YMCA Youth Governor’s Conference, June 19, 1984
West Virginia’s Birthday, June 20, 1984
Interview, Gannett News Service, Adele Crowe, June 20, 1984
Mary Randolph Cancer Center, W.Va. University, June 20, 1984
GI Bill of Rights, June 21, 1984
Pipestem State Park, Region I Planning and Development Council, June 21, 1984
VFW, Clarksburg, June 23, 1984
Richard Neely (Randolph’s opponent in 1972), June 2, 1984
Export Growth Breakfast, June 28, 1984
$1.7 Million spent to maintain Byrd and Randolph Offices, June 28, 1984
Parkersburg Wastewater Treatment Facility, June 29, 1984
Wildlife Sanctuary Dedication (Harpers Ferry), June 30, 1984
Heart and Hand Visionaries Dedication, Philippi, June 30, 1984


Box SP127

Press Release, Labor Job Training (Kanawha County), July 27, 1984
Press Release, Follansbee Grant from HUD of 8 million dollars, July 27, 1984
Speech, Social Security Program to receive Cost-of-Living, July 27, 1984
Telegram, Paul Garber, July 31, 1984
Statement, Decorum Discipline, Jennings Randolph Statement in Senate Chamber, July 31, 1984
Interview, Mountain Lake Park Tennis Tournaments, August 1, 1984
Interview, KDKA-TV, Pittsburgh, PA, August 1, 1984
Speech, “Superfund” Clean-up hazardous waste dumps, August 1, 1984
Speech, Rockefeller TV Taping, August 2, 1984
Interview, Central America situation, Kate Irwin, McNeil-Lehrer Report, August 2, 1984
Interview, U.S. Air (an article by Jennings Randolph on voting), Bill Cheshire, Washington Times, August 2, 1984
Radio, Perkins, Representative of Kentucky, death, August 3, 1984
Editorial, Martinsburg Journal, Burdette comments about Senator, August 4, 1984
Press Statement, Reagan Administration Discovers Coal, August 6, 1984
Interview, Security and Terrorism, UPI/State Development, August 7, 1984
Press Release, Conrail, Rod White, Herald-Dispatch-Huntington, W.Va., August 7, 1984
Interview, Warren Magnuson, August 7, 1984
Press Release, John W. Davis Commemorative Luncheon, Clarksburg, August 11, 1984
Press Release, HUD Grants, W.Va., $6,699,100, Comprehensive Improvement Assistance, August 13, 1984
Speech, Independent Insurance Agents of W.Va., The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., August 13, 1984
Press Release, Olympic Gold Medal Winners (Retton and Etzel of W.Va.), August 17, 1984
Press Release, Corps of Engineers, Huntington (Colonel Devens leaves), August 15, 1984
Speech, AFL, CIO Convention, August 16, 1984
Interview, Nuclear War Threat, August 16, 1984
Interview, Members of Congress not seeking re-election, Winston Townsend, U.S. News and World Report, August 6, 1984
Interview, Bill Byrd, Charleston Daily Mail, August 22, 1984
Speech, Nitro Wastewater Treatment Facility Dedication, August 24, 1984
Speech, Keyser Wastewater Treatment Facility Dedication, August 25, 1984
Speech, Clemson University (Strom Thurmond Institute), August 27, 1984
Press Release, W.Va. University to study fuels and energy, August 30, 1984
Press Release, Fuels and Energy Public Works Committee, August 30, 1984
Speech, Beckley (Dedication) Roberts Village, Housing Project, August 31, 1984
Italian Heritage Festival, Clarksburg, September 1, 1984
Interview, Eric Schmidt, New York Times, September 4, 1984
Decorum Rugged by JR in Senate, September 5, 1984
Grandparents Day, President Reagan Proclaims September 9, September 5, 1984
Prayer by Reverend Halverson, Senate Floor for JR, September 6, 1984
Alderson Broaddus College Convocation, Philippi, September 6, 1984
WVU Football, vs. Louisville, September 8, 1984
Veterans Conference, Jacksons Mill, September 8, 1984
Cosmos Club, September 10, 1984
Interview, Educational Film (Liz Roberts), September 10, 1984
Air and Space Museum, JR Portrait Unveiled, September 11, 1984
Musicians Entitled to Collective Bargaining, September 13, 1984
Interview, Jim Worsham, Chicago Tribune, September 13, 1984
VA will open Vietnam-Era Center, September 13, 1984
Superfund Tax, Public Works Committee, September 13, 1984
Greenbrier, Business-Government Relations, September 14, 1984
Railroad Heritage Festival, September 14, 1984
Press Release, Randolph Circles State (Weekend), September 14, 1984
Bread for the World Award, Charleston, September 15, 1984
Oil and Gas Festival, September 15, 1984
Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner (Rockefeller for Senate), September 15, 1984
Sewage Treatment Project, Huntington, September 16, 1984
Convention II, 197th Anniversary of Constitution, September 17, 1984
Distinguished Service Award in Coal (Pittsburgh), September 18, 1984
Steel Import Quotas, Press Release, September 19, 1984
Philadelphia, Public Works Congress and Equipment Show, September 19, 1984
Black Lung (S. 38), Labor Committee, September 21, 1984
Bible Advocate Interview, Denver, September 21, 1984
Randolph Home in Elkins for Shepler-Smith Wedding, September 22, 1984
Charleston Gazette, September 24, 1984
Aero Club, Washington, September 24, 1984
Council for Exceptional Children, Breakfast, September 25, 1984
Highway Legislation, Interstate Funding Approval, September 25, 1984
Democratic Victory Gala, September 25, 1984
Humphrey Portrait, Dedication in Capitol (Bust), September 26, 1984
Agri-Energy Reception for Al-Sudeary, September 27, 1984
American Roads Builders Association, Tribute Dinner for JR, September 27, 1984
Interview, Post Office and Federal Office, Elkins, September 27, 1984
Randolph Enterprise Review Newspaper Folds, September 27, 1984


Box SP128

Future Farmers of America Luncheon, Bonnie Spencer, October 2, 1984
Interview, Maggie Hunter, New York Times, October 2, 1984
Press Release, Vocational Education, October 3, 1984
Press Release, Steel Import Relief Stabilization Act, October 4, 1984
Interview, Doug Joyner, Capital Connection, October 4, 1984
Interview, Dan Kush, Biznet News, October 5, 1984
Speech, Mental Health Association of W.Va. (Charleston), October 6, 1984
Press Release, Forest Festival, Elkins, W.Va., October 6, 1984
Press Release, Older Americans Act will benefit W.Va., October 9, 1984
Interview, Washington Post with Ward Sinclair, October 10, 1984
Interview, Gannett News Service, with Judith Horstmann, October 10, 1984
Interview, Courtney Sheldon, US News & World Report, October 10, 1984
Interview, Ben Franklin, New York Times, October 10, 1984
Interview, Bobbie Hornig, NBC Evening News, October 11, 1984
Interview, Tom Raum, AP, October 11, 1984
Matewan-Red Jacket, Charleston (did not go), October 11, 1984
Pax Wastewater Treatment Facility Groundbreaking, October 12, 1984
Cedar Lakes Environmental Training Center, Ripley, October 12, 1984
Interview, George Lobsenz, UPI, October 12, 1984
Interview, Barbara Ries, USA Today, October 13, 1984
Bridgeport Mountain State Council of Blind, October 13, 1984
Crichlow Memoriam, October 13, 1984
Speech, Mountain State Apple Harvest Festival, Martinsburg, W.Va., October 19-20, 1984
Statement, American Legion for January 85 Issue, October 17, 1984
Interview, Mark Davis, Wheeling, W.Va., WTRF-TV, October 19, 1984
Speech, Evergreen Farm, Lincoln, VA, Intercessor Church
Speech, American Council of The Blind (DOD/Navy) McDonald’s, October 24, 1984
Speech, National Academy of Sciences, October 23, 1984
Speech, Uniontown, PA, 1984 Democratic Pre-Election Dinner, October 24, 1984
Speech, Festival of Flight, Salem College, October 14, 1984
Speech, Cable-TV, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., October 15, 1984
Interview, Reagan Administration Intends to cut back Black Lung Benefits, October 16, 1894
Interview, Washington Times, with Bob Robinson, October 16, 1984
Interview, Associated Press with Rose Horowitz, October 16, 1984
Interview, Detroit News with Susan Fleming, October 17, 1984
Interview, ABC Radio (Los Angeles) Michael Jackson, October 17, 1984
Statement, with Walter Mondale, October 18, 1984
Interview, U.S. Highways with Jean Murphy, October 18, 1984
1, Deaf and Blind School Visit – Romney, October 25, 1984
2, Radio, Seattle, Washington (Interview), October 25, 1984
3, Jennings Randolph Letter Endorses Rockefeller, October 25, 1984
4, National Aviation Club Luncheon Tribute (Crystal City), October 25, 1984
5, Rockefeller Campaign, Senator spends day with Rockefeller, October 26, 1984
6, Romney (Potomac Center) Dedication of New Wing, October 26, 1984
7, Sissonville Groundbreaking, Wastewater Treatment, October 26, 1984
8, Romney, Bakery visit, Handicapped workers, October 26, 1984
9, Sports writers Luncheon, WVU, Morgantown, October 27, 1984
10, Eagle Scout (Grandson of Mrs. McLaughlin), October 27, 1984
11, American Gas Association Dinner, Senate Caucus Room, October 27, 1984
12, USS Stump, Randolph on W.Va. Flagship (Change-of-Commission), October 29, 1984
13, New York Times Article on Huntington, W.Va., October 30, 1984
14, Primary Health Care, Canaan Valley, October 31, 1984
15, WVU – UVA Football game (Morgantown), October 31, 1984
16, Agriculture Commissioner, Gus Douglass (comments), November 1, 1984
17, Peace Education Project (Morgantown), November 2, 1984
18, West Run Watershed, Morgantown, November 2, 1984
19, W.Va. Political (Morgantown) Science Association, November 2, 1984
20, W.Va. will vote for Mondale (Statement by Jennings Randolph) on 11/6, November 2, 1984
21, “Welcome Home” at Camp Pioneer, Elkins, November 4, 1984
22, Randolph’s 26th Anniversary in Senate, November 5, 1984
23, Colgan Airlines Begin Elkins Service Soon, November 5, 1984
24, CAB/ELKINS Air Service press release, November 5, 1984
25, Dinner Honoring Jennings Randolph, Martinsburg-Berkeley County, November 7, 1984
26, W.Va. University Alumni Association Luncheon in U.S. Capitol, November 8, 1984
27, Napoleon Hill Foundation Tape, November 9, 1984
28, Veteran’s Day, Senator in Luxembourg gravesites, November 11, 1984
29, North Atlantic Assembly, Brussels, November 12, 1984
30, W.Va. School named for Jennings Randolph (First Ward), November 20, 1984
31, Thanksgiving, Charleston Daily Mail, November 21, 1984
32, Ms. W.Va. Teen Pagent, Charleston, W.Va., November 23, 1984
33, Marshall University Award, November 24, 1984
34, Tribute (George Eubanks) New Martinsville, November 26, 1984
35, Interview (WRC-TV) with Susan King, November 26, 1984
36, Elkins to get automated Freight Service Station (FAA), November 27, 1984
37, Interview, Cox Broadcasting with Pat Weber, November 29, 1984
38, Interview, ABC Niteline News, November 29, 1984
39, Press Release, Tax Revision Proposals by Treasury, November 29, 1984
40, Job Corps in Action, December 1984
41, Madrid, Spain (Conference on Peace and Human Rights, Hammer), December, 1984
42, Coal Industry Tribute to Jennings Randolph (American Mining Congress), December 4, 1984
43, Washington Host Lions Club (Lawsuit against McDonalds), December 5, 1984
44, Union Carbide Institute, W.Va., December 6, 1984
45, Voice of America, Four Individuals Interviewing Jennings Randolph, December 11, 1984
46, Charleston Gazette Interview, December 11, 1984
47, Salem College Ceremony for Jon McBride (Air and Space), December 11, 1984
48, West Virginia Society Reception honoring Jennings Randolph Air & Space, December 11, 1984
49, interview PM Magazine cancelled (lack of participants), December 14, 1984
50, Clean Coal, Nation’s Energy Future, December 14, 1984
51, Congressional Quarterly Interview with Steve Gettinger, December 18, 1984
52, Martinsburg (WRNR) Christmas Message, December 18, 1984
53, Charleston Gazette Interview, December 19, 1984
54, Washington Post Interview, December 19, 1984
55, Christmas Message, Charleston, Daily Mail, December 20, 1984
56, WOWK-TV Interview, Huntington, December 20, 1984
57, W.Va. Contractors Association in Charleston, December 20, 1984
58, Roll Call Interview, Sid Yudain, Editor, December 28, 1984
59, W.Va. Hillbilly, Margaret Shannon’s Father, December 28, 1984
60, Staff Farewell, January 2, 1985


Jennings Randolph Collection

West Virginia Archives and History