MC 1464

Inventory to the Frank R. Lautenberg Papers

By Sheridan L. Sayles, Katrina A. Schroeder, Rachel E. Talbert, Amy C. Vo

June 2018

Special Collections and University Archives, Rutgers University Libraries.

Finding aid encoded in EAD, version 2002 by Sheridan L. Sayles, Amy C. Vo, and Tara Maharjan, June 2018

The arrangement and description of this collection was funded by a grant-in-aid received from the ADP Foundation. Special Collections and University Archives, Rutgers University received an operating support grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, a division of the Department of State.


Descriptive Summary

Creator: Lautenberg, Frank R.
Title: Frank R. Lautenberg Papers
Dates: 1969-2013, bulk 1982-2013
Quantity: 779 cubic feet
Abstract: Frank R. Lautenberg (1924-2013) represented New Jersey in the U.S. Senate from 1983 until 2013. He briefly retired at the end of his third term in 2000, but returned to the Senate in 2003. During his time in the Senate, Lautenberg served on the Appropriations Committee and the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, as well as on the Committee on Environment and Public Works. The Lautenberg papers include legislative working files and reference material, correspondence, project files, campaign files, photographs, press releases, speeches, memorabilia and audiovisual recordings.
Collection No.: MC 1464
Language: Bulk in English, with some items in Hebrew, Russian, and other languages
Repository: Rutgers University Libraries. Special Collections and University Archives
Acknowledgment: Additional processing by Zachary Johnson.

Biographical Sketch

Frank Raleigh Lautenberg was born in Paterson, New Jersey in 1924. His parents, Mollie Bergen Lautenberg and Sam Lautenberg, arrived in the United States as immigrants from Poland and Russia. Frank Lautenberg’s father owned a small business and later labored in the silk mills, sold coal, and farmed. His father’s experience in the silk mills and economic struggles reinforced in young Lautenberg the importance of getting an education. In a 2000 interview, he recalled a childhood visit to a Paterson silk mill: "My father took me in there one time and told me to look around. He said you must never work like this. He said you have to get an education. I was 12; it didn’t mean a lot to me at the time. But it must have sunk in, because I did get an education. I didn’t want to work and struggle like he did." Because of his family’s frequent moves, he attended 13 schools in 12 years.

Following his graduation from Nutley High School in 1941, Frank Lautenberg worked to help support his family. In December 1942, Lautenberg enlisted in the military, but deferred his entry until May. His father had become seriously ill and died in March 1943. Lautenberg entered the Army Signal Corps and was assigned to set up telephone infrastructure in Europe. After serving four years in the army, Lautenberg attended Columbia University on the G.I. Bill and graduated with a degree in economics in 1949. He worked briefly for Prudential Insurance Company until 1952, when he asked his former classmates Joe and Henry Taub if they needed a salesman to promote their newly created payroll firm. He was the fifth employee of Automated Payrolls, Inc., later known as Automated Data Processing (ADP). He became CEO in 1975. By the time he retired in 1982, ADP was one of the largest computer service companies in the world with 15,000 employees. By 2018, it was a multinational corporation employing over 57,000 people globally.

Frank Lautenberg’s first contact with politics was as a donor, supporting George McGovern, Edward Kennedy, and other Democrats. He first won election to the Senate in 1982, unexpectedly defeating an established Republican candidate—Millicent Fenwick—at a time of growing conservatism. He won reelection in 1988 against Pete Dawkins, a Heisman Trophy winner and Vietnam War veteran, and again in 1994, defeating Chuck Haytaian. He retired in 2000 after his third term in office, mostly due to the stress of constant fundraising, tensions with New Jersey’s other senator Robert Torricelli, and time away from his children and grandchildren. He regretted the decision almost immediately, and when Senator Torricelli, after being nominated by the Democratic Party, chose not to seek reelection due to ethical questions, Lautenberg was nominated by the party in his stead and was thus reelected to his fourth term in 2002 against Doug Forrester. He then won a fifth term in 2008 against Dick Zimmer.

Lautenberg’s first big legislative success was in 1984 when, while still a junior senator, he helped establish a federal drinking age of 21. Until then, drinking age was determined by the states, which created "blood borders" where young people would cross into one state to buy alcohol and then drive home intoxicated. The one between New York and New Jersey was particularly troublesome. Jay A. Winsten, associate dean of the Harvard School of Public Health, said in reference to the National Minimum Drinking Age Act that "the estimates are that the cumulative lives saved are in excess of 25,000." This early success laid the groundwork for a series of legislative efforts that addressed transportation and public safety and security issues.

Beyond his support for safer roads, Lautenberg promoted public transportation through increased funding for Amtrak and NJ Transit and was the first senator to sponsor legislation to distribute homeland security funds solely on the basis of risk and vulnerability. He sponsored the Denying Firearms and Explosives to Dangerous Terrorists Act, which prohibited gun purchases for those on the government terrorist watch list. He was a strong advocate for stricter gun control legislation in general and sponsored the Domestic Violence Offender Gun Bill prohibiting those convicted of domestic violence from possessing weapons. He also introduced legislation to increase penalties for crimes such as carjacking, car theft, and drunk driving.

Additionally, Lautenberg introduced legislation on public health issues. He sponsored the Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency (CARE) Act, which provided federal services to patients suffering from AIDS. Even though Lautenberg’s mother was a smoker and he, at one time, smoked two packs a day, he was a strong anti-smoking advocate. He went on to support legislation that limited secondhand smoke exposure and curbed the advertising of cigarettes to minors. His efforts led to the elimination of smoking on domestic flights and the prohibition of smoking in government buildings and places receiving federal funding, such as schools.

Lautenberg blamed his father’s early death on the conditions in the Paterson silk mills. This early trauma ignited his advocacy for personal safety in the workplace and environmental causes. He took active roles in these issues through his involvement in the U.S. Senate Committee on the Environment and Public Works' Water and Wildlife Subcommittee and in his chairing of the Superfund, Waste Management, and Regulatory Oversight Subcommittee. He advocated for the enforcement and strengthening of both the Clean Air and Clean Water Acts, originally passed in the 1970s. He heavily supported the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act in 1986, giving members of the public access to information regarding pollutants in their communities. In 2016, three years after the Senator’s death, President Barack Obama signed the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act into law.

On June 21, 2001, Lautenberg passed Senator Clifford Case’s record for the most votes on the Senate floor by a New Jersey representative. By the time he left the Senate as its oldest member, he was one of its most prolific legislators and the last survivor of World War II remaining in that body. Though he did not have a Bar Mitzvah—as his constant moving hindered his parents from joining a synagogue—Lautenberg’s exposure to the Holocaust during WWII inspired his active role in the Jewish community. He established the Lautenberg Center for Immunology and Cancer Research at the Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School in Jerusalem and donated equipment to the Taub Computer Center in Haifa, Israel. In addition to financially supporting institutions in Israel, he was active in multiple Jewish organizations, including serving as chairman of the United Jewish Appeal from 1975 to 1977, on the board of governors of the Jewish Agency for Israel, and as president of the American Friends of Hebrew University. His interest in Jewish causes followed him into the Senate, where he was a primary architect of a refugee bill later to be known as the Lautenberg Amendment, which gave presumptive refugee status to Jewish people from the former Soviet Union. He also attended the funeral of Yitzhak Rabin as a member of Congress.

Lautenberg’s health began to decline in February 2010 when he was diagnosed with a diffuse large b-cell lymphoma. He began chemotherapy and made a full recovery by June 2010. He continued his work in the Senate until his death on June 3, 2013 of viral pneumonia. He was survived by his four children, Ellen, Nan, Lisa, and Joshua, from his first wife, Lois Levenson, and by his second wife, the former Bonnie Englebardt, and her two daughters, Danielle and Lara. He will forever be remembered as an outstanding legislator, philanthropist, and advocate for social issues.

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Scope and Content Note

The Frank R. Lautenberg papers comprise roughly 784 cubic feet of material.

The bulk of the collection consists of items created during Lautenberg’s time in the U.S. Senate or, in the case of biographical materials and photographs, for the purpose of his Senatorial work. Documents in this collection reflect the multi-faceted nature of the office, showing both Lautenberg's legislative work in Washington as well as his work for the people of New Jersey through his offices in Newark and Camden.

The LEGISLATION series consists of Committee Records, Voting Records, Legislative Activities Books, Bills, and Judicial Nominations.

ADMINISTRATIVE FILES documents the internal workings of the Senator's Washington office and includes Schedules, Invitations, Memo Books and other Staff Files, Congressional Delegations, and Events.

CAMPAIGN RECORDS includes press clippings, research, and other materials used during Lautenberg’s five successful bids for the Senate. The bulk of the material is from his 1988 and 1994 campaigns.

CORRESPONDENCE files are broken down into General Correspondence, Letters from Constituents, Correspondence Books, and Response Letters ["Blues"]. The subseries feature letters from people outside politics and are differentiated between general constituents and higher level stakeholders.

SUBJECT FILES was assembled by the Senator’s Washington office from various sources—newspapers, past legislation, studies, research from interest groups, etc.—and used to research topics for legislative purposes. In the first year of Lautenberg’s service, the office organized the subject files alphabetically, but later organized them by topic due to their volume.

PRESS files contains a mix of files both collected and created by Lautenberg’s Washington office. FRL Mentions contains press clippings that feature or name Lautenberg and News Clippings details news stories by date and topic. News Summaries boil down the primary issues with which the office was concerned. The other subseries in Press is Editorial Boards and Press Releases.

PROJECT FILES consists of Financial Requests, Outreach Events—such as stakeholder meetings and events—and Subject Files that follow the progression of organizations and issues monitored by the Newark and Camden offices.

NEWARK OFFICE FILES comprises a mixture of files housed in the Newark office that, due to their importance, were kept readily available for a number of purposes. This series includes significant correspondence, photographs, honorary degrees, autographs, and some personal materials.

PHOTOGRAPHS includes images from before and during Lautenberg's Senate career, documenting trips, encounters with celebrities, and other politicians both national and international.

AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS represents both audio and video recordings. This series includes VHS, reel-to-reel, Beta, and U-Matic tapes for video and cassettes, minicassettes, and microcassettes for audio. Some of these items have been digitized for ease of access; other video and audio formats were received in digital formats.

COMPUTER FILES houses a mix of floppy disks, CDs, DVDs, data tapes, and other formats of computer files that Lautenberg’s office created. Newer files, such as on the CDs, DVDs, and external hard-drives, are accessible, and older files have been extracted for readability if the necessary hardware was available.

REALIA AND OVERSIZE contains awards, full-size newspapers, and mementos that Lautenberg received during his time in office.

SOCIAL MEDIA AND WEB PRESENCE contains links to Lautenberg's social media accounts--Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube--as well as his U.S. Senate websites from 2006-2013.

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Name and Subject Terms

Personal Names

Lautenberg, Frank R.

Geographical Terms

New Jersey -- Politics and government
United States -- Politics and government, 1981-1989
United States -- Politics and government, 1989-

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Frank R. Lautenberg Papers. MC 1464. Special Collections and University Archives, Rutgers University Libraries.

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Detailed Description of the Records/Container List

This section provides descriptions of the materials found within each series. Each series description is followed by a container list, which gives the titles of the "containers" (for example, folders, volumes, or cassettes) and their locations in the numbered boxes that comprise the collection. The availability of any digital items from a container is indicated with a hyperlink.

LEGISLATION: Committee and Congressional Records, 1983-2000, 2003-2009 and 2011 (10 cubic feet)
Arrangement: Committee and Congressional Records are arranged chronologically by year with additional materials placed at the end.
Summary: Committee and Congressional Records are a component of Lautenberg’s legislative work. Congressional Records include files, such as "Congressional Record Statements" and "Congressional Record Summaries," which may or may not include issues of the Congressional Record, the official record released by the U.S. Government Publishing Office of the proceedings of the U.S. Congress. The Committee Records reflect Lautenberg’s work on various committees and subcommittees, including documents regarding hearings, floor statements, meetings, bill markups, notes, and other records.
If issues of the Congressional Record had office notes, they are included in the Subject Files. Additional Committee and Congressional Records materials appear in the Subject Files as well, if they had research and notes on or attached to them.
Appraisal and Discard Information: Most Congressional Record issues were discarded, as they are publicly available. "Congressional Record Statements" and "Congressional Record Summaries" files were kept, although they may or may not include issues of the Congressional Record. Copies of the Congressional Record may also be found in the Legislative Activities Books.
Restrictions: This subseries is unrestricted.
Box Folder
1 1-2 Floor Statements, 1983-1984
3-6 Summaries, 1983-1986
Box Folder
2 1-3 Summaries/Summary Books, 1987-1988
4-8 Statements, 1990-1992
9 Congressional Records, 1995
Box Folder
3 1-24 Committee Records, 1984-1998
Box Folder
4 1-29 Committee Records, 1995-1999
Box Folder
5 1-23 Committee Records, 1999-2000, 2003-2009
Box Folder
6 1-30 Committee Records, 2005-2006
Box Folder
7 1-14 Committee Records, 2006-2008, 2011
Box Folder
8 1-11 Congressional and Committee Records, 1982-2000
Box Folder
37 1-3 Congressional and Committee Records, 1989, 1991, 2003
Box Folder
17 24-25 Committee Records: Commerce, 2003-2005
26-27 Committee Records: Environment and Public Works, 2005
LEGISLATION: Voting Records and Voting Ratings, 1981-2000 (9 cubic feet)
Arrangement: This subseries is arranged by document type and then arranged chronologically by year with additional materials placed at the end.
Summary: Voting Ratings are ratings or scorecards tracking Congress’s and individual Congress members’ records of support for various issues. Some of the Voting Ratings files are reports created just for Lautenberg, while others show a group’s approval ratings for all members of Congress. Voting Records include both reports for Lautenberg and for the entire Senate (e.g., 101st Congress, 2nd Session). Documents within the Voting Records files may be called Vote Records, Roll Call Votes, Congress/Session Votes, or Record of Votes. "Voting Records" unifies these official "Record of Votes" documents compiled by the Senate Democratic Policy Committee (DPC) or Democratic Policy and Communications Committee (DPCC).
Appraisal and Discard Information: All material in this subseries was retained.
Restrictions: This subseries is unrestricted.
Box Folder
7 15-40 Voting Records, 1983-1993
Box Folder
8 12-23 Voting Ratings, 1983-1990, 1992, 1997
Box Folder
9 1-3 Voting Ratings, 1983-1989
4-84 Voting Records, 1983-1990
Records are alphabetical by topic, and include Absent/Missed Votes, Americanism, Arts & Humanities, Athletics, Business, Communications, Constitutional/Human Rights, Consumer, Copyright, Economy, Education, Energy/Utilities, Financial.
Box Folder
10 1-79 Voting Records, 1983-1989
Records are alphabetical by topic, and include Health, Immigration, Labor, Law Enforcement, Parks and Recreation, Patents and Trademarks, Political, Postal, Procurement, Religious Affairs, Resources, Social Services, State and Law, Tax Votes, Technology, Transportation.
Box Folder
11 1-11 Senate Record Votes Books, 1983-1992
11 items are books. 1 is a duplicate with office notes.
Box Folder
12 1-3 Voting Ratings, 1993-1995, 1998-1999
4-26 Voting Records, 1981-1994 (bulk 1983-1989)
Box Folder
13 1-20 Voting Records, 1989-1994
Box Folder
14 1-16 Voting Records, 1994-1999
Box Folder
15 1-2 Voting Records, 2000
LEGISLATION: Legislative Activities, 1983-2013 (5 cubic feet)
Arrangement: This subseries is generally grouped by document type and then arranged chronologically by year. Document types include Legislative Activities Books, Action Books, and various other files (summaries, Congressional Record, and miscellaneous).
Summary: The bulk of the materials are Legislative Activities Books and Action Books. Action books are an index/list of all the actions that the Senator took in Congress. There are also a few miscellaneous items that include a legislative activities summary, a Lautenberg Record file, a Lautenberg Sponsorship and Co-sponsorship Book, and documentation of some individual actions taken on legislation. One miscellaneous file includes a combination of issues of the Congressional Record, Voting Records, and Committee Records.
Some files in this subseries contain supporting materials such as CDs, floppy disks, and photographs. In these instances, the additional formats have been noted on the folder.
Appraisal and Discard Information: Duplicate legislative activities books were discarded, as were books that overlapped. For instance, all activities listed in a book from January to May 1995 would also be covered in a book from January to December 1995.
Restrictions: This subseries is unrestricted.
Box Folder
15 3-15 Legislative Activities Books, 1983-1991
Box Folder
16 1-17 Legislative Activities Books, 1989-1998
Box Folder
17 1-16 Legislative Activities Books, 1993-2000
Folder 6 contains various copies of the Congressional Record and Bills.
17-21 Legislative Activities, 2003, 2005-2006, 2008, 2012
These 5 folders are individual Congressional Record statements.
22-23 Legislative Activities CDs, 1983-2013
Box Folder
18 1-5 FRL Action Books, 1985-1987
6 FRL Legislative Updates, 1989-1990
Box Folder
19 1-4 FRL Action Books, 1988-1990
5 FRL Record, 1990-1993
6 Sponsorship and Cosponsorship Book, 1983-1984
LEGISLATION: Bills, 1977 and 1982-2013 (46 cubic feet)
Arrangement: This subseries is grouped by subject, and then arranged chronologically by year. Due to their volume, Appropriations bills are highlighted; they are arranged by department name, and then chronologically by year. Additional materials appear at the end.
Summary: The Bills subseries directly reflects Lautenberg’s legislative work. The bulk of this subseries is Appropriations, which are bills specifically pertaining to funding for various government departments. The materials in Bills consist of drafts, versions, and markup of bills that the Senator sponsored or co-sponsored. What differentiates the Bills subseries from the Subject Files series is that Bills pertains to the wording and semantics of the bills, whereas Subject Files pertains to the research for bills, issues, and/or subjects.
Some files in this subseries contain supporting materials such as CDs, floppy disks, and photographs. In these instances, the additional formats have been noted on the folder.
Appraisal and Discard Information: All bills that the Senator sponsored or co-sponsored were kept, with duplicates discarded. Bills not involving Lautenberg were discarded.
Restrictions: This subseries is unrestricted.
Notes:
Bills not relating to Appropriations pertain to the following subjects:
Agriculture/Rural Development
AT&T
Beach Bills
Budget
Communications/Cable
Consumers
Crime
Education (including the Public School Modernization Act)
Environment (including Child Safe Chemicals Act)
FCPIAA (Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act)
Housing/HUD
Lobbying Gifts
Patent and Trademark Bills
Regulatory Reform
Shipping Act
Superfund
Telecommunications
Telephone
TJTC (Targeted Jobs Tax Credit)
Trade
Transportation
"Miscellaneous" Bills include materials such as drafts, amendments, markups, notes, "Bills by Retiring Democrats," hearings, floor actions, editorials, line item vetoes, hold books, rescissions, joint resolutions, concurrent resolutions, Senate resolutions, etc.
Appropriations Bills relate to U.S. Departments and/or Appropriations Subcommittees. The names of these Departments/Subcommittees changed over time, and may not correspond to current usage:
Department of Agriculture
Senate Budget Committee or Budget Resolutions
Departments of Commerce, Justice, and the State, the Judiciary and Related Agencies (CJS)
Department of Defense (including Military Construction appropriations bills)
Department of Energy and Water Development (including Office of Fusion Energy Sciences-specific appropriations bills)
Environmental Protection Agency
Department of the Interior
Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services
Department of Transportation
Departments of Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban Development, and Independent Agencies
There are also Appropriations bills from other departments/subcommittees, such as the Army Corps of Engineers, Education, Foreign Operations, and the Treasury Department/U.S. Postal Service.
The Appropriations section of the Bills subseries also includes miscellaneous materials, such as Appropriation requests by Congress/Session, New Jersey-related appropriations, rescission bills, appropriations summaries, etc.
Box Folder
20 1-14 Bills: Communications and Cable, 1982-1984
15-29 Bills: Telecommunications and Trade, 1983-1984, 1992-1993
30-31 Bills: Transportation, 1988-1992
Box Folder
21 1-9 Bills: Transportation, 1987, 1990-1991, 1993, 1997-1999
10-23 Bills: Crime, 1995-1999
24-27 Bills: Environment, 1985, 1988-1992
28-39 Bills: Superfund, 1993-2000
Box Folder
22 1-9 Bills: Superfund, 1999-2000
10-29 Bills: FCPIAA, 1986-1994
30-50 Bills: Miscellaneous, 1990-1995, 1997-1999
Miscellaneous Bills includes legislation such as Government Reform Bills Amendments, Refugee Law/Lautenberg-Morrison Extension, PHAER Act, Public School Modernization Act, Holocaust Restitution, etc.
Box Folder
23 1-12 Bills: General, 1983-1984
General Bills includes markups, hearings, memos, drafts, floor actions, Dear Colleague letters, and editorials.
13-15 Bills: Rescissions, 1992, 1995
16-20 Bills: Hold Books, 1983-1986, 1988-1990, 1992-1993, 1996
21-25 Bills: Line Item Vetoes, 1983-1994, 1996-1997
26-32 Bills: Miscellaneous, 1983, 1988-1990, 1992-1994, 2005
Miscellaneous Bills includes legislation concerning the Shipping Act, Classified Information Mishandling, the Sugar Program, various commemorative bills, etc.
Box Folder
24 1-25 Bills: General, 1983-1988
General Bills includes cosponsored bills, sponsored bills, concurrent resolutions, senate resolutions, and joint resolutions.
26-27 Bills by Retiring Democrats, 1996
28 Bills: Oskar Schindler Stamp, 1998-2000
Box Folder
25 1-3 Bills: General, 1996-1997
General Bills includes Legislative Drafts from the 104th and 105th Congresses.
4 Bills: Amendments, 2008
5-34 Bills: Miscellaneous, 1985-1987, 1989, 1991-1998, 2007, 2011
Miscellaneous Bills includes legislation regarding policies opposing Apartheid in South Africa, Greek Independence Day, foreign boycotts, terrorism bills and Pan Am Flight 103, the Trade Expansion Act of 1992, Puerto Rico and other territories, etc.
Box Folder
26 1-39 Bills: Environment, dated 1977, 1982-1993, 1995-1997, 1999, 2002-2008
Box Folder
27 1-13 Bills: Child Safe Chemicals Act, 2003-2005
11-13 Bills: Environment, 2007-2008
14-29 Bills: Superfund, 1983-1985, 1991-1995
Box Folder
28 1-14 Bills: Superfund, 1995-1997
Box Folder
29 1-10 Bills: Superfund, 1997-1999
11-20 Beach Bills, 1990-2000
Box Folder
30 1-15 Beach Bills, 1997-2000
16-21 Bills: Agriculture, 1988, 1993-1996
22-23 Bills: Rural Development, 1984, 1993-1995
24-34 Bills: Regulatory Reform, 1994-1995
Box Folder
31 1-7 Bills: Regulatory Reform, 1995
8-23 Bills: TJTC, 1989-1993
24-28 Bills: Patent and Trademark, 1995-1998
29-46 Bills: Education, 1990-1994, 1997-1999
Box Folder
32 1-11 Bills: HUD, 1986-1990, 1992, 1994, 1996-1997
12-16 Bills: Health, 1993-1994, 1997, 2009
17-27 Bills: Miscellaneous, 1995-2000, 2005-2006, 2010-2011
28-42 Bills: Budget, 1982-1995
Budget Bills includes the Balanced Budget Amendment and the Budget Reconciliation Bill.
Box Folder
33 1-13 Bills: Budget, 1990, 1995
Budget Bills includes Budget Reconciliation Bill and Budget Resolution.
14-21 Bills: Internet Privacy Legislation, 1995-1998
22-36 Bills: Crime, 1994-1999
Crime Bills in boxes 33 and 34 include legislation regarding domestic violence, violence against women, a list of crime bills sponsored and cosponsored, guns, youth and gang violence, juvenile offenders, etc.
Box Folder
34 1-5 Bills: Crime, 1997, 2000
6-18 Bills: Transportation (Aviation), 1987-1990, 1992-1998, 2008
19-26 Bills: Transportation, 1984, 1986-1990
Transportation Bills includes legislation regarding the Drunk Driving Prevention Act, the Highway Bill, etc.
Box Folder
35 1-39 Bills: Transportation, 1988-1991, 1995-1997, 1999-2000, 2005-2007
Transportation Bills includes legislation regarding Surface Reauthorization.
40-43 Lobbying Gift Bills, 1991-1995
Box Folder
36 1-27 Lobbying Gift Bills, 1993-1995
28-47 Bills: Government, 1986-1994, 1996, 2009-2011
Box Folder
71 28-37 Bills: Miscellaneous, 1987, 1990-1991, 1995, 1997-1998, 2006-2008
Miscellaneous Bills includes legislation regarding veterans, the Endangered Species Act, Mining Law Reform, copyright, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, etc.
Box Folder
37 4-9 Appropriations Bills: Requests, 1983-2000 (bulk 1987-1989)
In addition to general appropriations requests, the Appropriations Requests boxes also include Requests from Congressmen, Supplemental Requests, FRL's Career Assignments to Appropriations Committees, Appropriations Summaries, Rescission Bills, etc.
Box Folder
38 1-13 Appropriations Bills: Requests, 1988-1993, 1996
Box Folder
39 1-13 Appropriations Bills: Requests, 1993-1999
Box Folder
40 1-29 Appropriations Bills: Requests, 1995-2000, 2003
30-33 Miscellaneous New Jersey Appropriations, 1989-1993, 1998-1999, 2003
34 Appropriations Bills: Requests, 2006
Box Folder
41 1-12 Miscellaneous New Jersey Appropriations, 1995, 1997, 1999-2000
13-44 Appropriations Bills: Miscellaneous, 1983-2000, 2004, 2011-2013
Some miscellaneous Appropriations Bills includes funding legislation regarding product liability, sports, the Simon Gun Bill, Small Business Reauthorization, the Trademark Office, the FRL Tax Cut, Catholic charities, AmeriCorps, etc.
45-52 Appropriations Bills: Agriculture, 1985, 1988-1994
Box Folder
42 1-31 Appropriations Bills: Agriculture, 1991-1997
Box Folder
43 1-13 Appropriations Bills: Agriculture, 1997-2000, 2003, 2007-2009, 2012
14-35 Appropriations Bills: Budget, 1984-1994, 1998-1999, 2003-2006, 2013
36 Appropriations Bills: Commerce, Justice, and the State (CJS), 1989
Box Folder
44 1-32 Appropriations Bills: CJS, 1985, 1989-1998
Box Folder
45 1-33 Appropriations Bills: CJS, 1996-2000, 2003, 2007
Box Folder
46 1-36 Appropriations Bills: Defense and Military Construction, 1985, 1987-1991, 1994-1999
Box Folder
47 1-61 Appropriations Bills: Defense and Military Construction, 1997-1999
Box Folder
48 1-59 Appropriations Bills: Defense and Military Construction, 1999-2000, 2003, 2005-2008, 2012
Box Folder
49 1-26 Appropriations Bills: Energy and Water Development, 1989-1991, 1993-2000, 2003, 2005
27-34 Appropriations Bills: Environmental Protection Agency, 1995-1999
Box Folder
50 1-7 Appropriations Bills: Environmental Protection Agency, 1998-2000, 2003
8-27 Appropriations Bills: Homeland Security, 2001-2003, 2005-2012
28-30 Appropriations Bills: Interior, 1989-1993
Box Folder
51 1-60 Appropriations Bills: Interior, 1991-1995
Box Folder
52 1-38 Appropriations Bills: Interior, 1995-2000
Box Folder
53 1-4 Appropriations Bills: Interior, 2000, 2003
Box Folder
71 38-46 Appropriations Bills: Interior, 1987-1989
Box Folder
53 5-33 Appropriations Bills: Labor, Health and Human Services (Labor/HHS), 1989-1991, 1994-2000
Box Folder
54 1-41 Appropriations Bills: Labor/HHS, 2000, 2003
42-48 Appropriations Bills: Transportation, 1987-1992
Box Folder
55 1-17 Appropriations Bills: Transportation, 1989-1990
Box Folder
56 1-27 Appropriations Bills: Transportation, 1990-1997
Box Folder
57 1-49 Appropriations Bills: Transportation, 1994-1998
Box Folder
58 1-34 Appropriations Bills: Transportation, 1998-2000, 2003-2012
35-38 Appropriations Bills: Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban Development (VA/HUD), 1985-1993
Box Folder
59 1-32 Appropriations Bills: VA/HUD, 1989-1998 (bulk 1990-1995)
Box Folder
60 1-29 Appropriations Bills: VA/HUD, 1995-2000
Box Folder
61 1-46 Appropriations Bills: VA/HUD, 1998-2000, 2003, 2013
47-49 Appropriations Bills: Army Corps of Engineers, 1993, 1998-1999
Box Folder
62 1-3 Appropriations Bills: Army Corps of Engineers, 2000, 2013
4-12 Appropriations Bills: Education, 1995, 1999, 2003, 2009, 2011
13-22 Appropriations Bills: Foreign Operations and Relations, 1989-1991, 1996, 1998-1999, 2004, 2006, 2010
23-33 Appropriations Bills: Treasury and Postal Service, 1989-1993, 1996-1999
Box Folder
63 1-28 Appropriations Bills: Miscellaneous 1983, 1988-1999
Miscellaneous Appropriations Bills includes CJS, VA/HUD, and Transportation Appropriations Bills, general appropriations, appropriations regarding firefighters, Atlantic City, and Camden, and other miscellaneous items.
Box Folder
64 1-11 Appropriations Bills: CJS Requests, 1997-1999
12-39 Appropriations Bills: VA/HUD Requests, 1997-1998
40 Appropriations Requests Schedule, 1998
41 Appropriations Bills: Agriculture Requests, 1998
42-46 Appropriations Bills: Labor/HHS Requests, 1998
47 Appropriations Bills: Defense Requests, 1998
Box Folder
65 1-21 Appropriations Bills: CJS, 2000
22-71 Appropriations Bills: VA/HUD, 2000
72-77 Appropriations Bills: Miscellaneous Coastal and Beach Erosion, 1993-1995, 2000
78-81 Appropriations Bills: District of Columbia, 1989, 1991, 1997
82-84 Appropriations Bills: General Administrative Services (GSA), 1982-1984, 1992-1994, 1996
85-87 Appropriations Bills: Miscellaneous, 1991, 1997-1999
Box Folder
66 1-5 Appropriations Bills: Legislative Branch, 1989-1991, 1995-1996
6-9 Appropriations Bills: FEMA and Emergency, 1990, 1997, 2000, 2013
10 Appropriations Bills: Puerto Rico, 1989-1994
11 Appropriations Bills: ATF, 2012-2013
Box Folder
71 47-56 Appropriations Bills: Miscellaneous, 1991-1998, 2002, 2006, 2012
Miscellaneous Appropriations Bills includes HUD special projects, the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act, Job Training Partnership Act, etc.
57-60 Bills: Environment, 2003-2005
LEGISLATION: Judicial Nominations, 1985-2012 (6 cubic feet)
Arrangement: This subseries is grouped chronologically by year.
Summary: The Judicial Nominations subseries includes materials related to the nomination and/or appointment of various members of government. The majority of the nominations pertain to federal positions. Materials include resumés, correspondence (including letters of reference and support), research, clippings, memos, and notes, as well as questionnaires filled out by candidates.
Some of the positions and courts represented in this subseries include: Attorney General, U.S. Marshall, Ambassador, U.S. Trustee Candidates, Court of International Trade, Federal District Court, Third Circuit Court, Bankruptcy Judges, Assistant Attorney General. There are even files on Supreme Court Clerks. Some additional items present are files related to the judicial vacancy crisis, Hispanics in the judiciary, and the Equal Opportunity Commission.
In addition to individual nomination files, there are also a few files of alphabetized judicial nominations from 1993 to 1995.
Among the prominent persons represented in this subseries are Sonia Sotomayor, Samuel Alito, Katharine Sweeney Hayden, Julio Fuentes, Ronnie White, and Maryanne Trump Barry.
Appraisal and Discard Information: Nominations were not kept if the file simply contained a resumé without any accompanying notes, correspondence, research, reference letters, etc.
Restrictions: This subseries is unrestricted. Confidential information in the documents has been redacted.
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66 12-30 Judicial Nominations, 1985-1997
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67 1-28 Judicial Nominations, 1993-1997
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68 1-33 Judicial Nominations, 1995-1998
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69 1-48 Judicial Nominations, 1997-2000
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70 1-39 Judicial Nominations, 1998-2007
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71 1-27 Judicial Nominations, 2004-2012
ADMINISTRATIVE FILES: Schedules, 1982-2013 (11 cubic feet)
Arrangement: This subseries is arranged chronologically
Summary: The schedules include daily schedules, logistics, and other information that Lautenberg and his office needed for daily operations. This documentation includes a mix of daily schedule cards, longer-term scheduling on a particular topic (such as foreign travel) and correspondence regarding trips and other events.
Appraisal and Discard Information: All material in this subseries was retained.
Restrictions: This subseries is unrestricted.
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72 1-4 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1982
5 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1982-1983
6-14 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1983
15-20 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1984
21-28 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1985
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73 1-2 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1986
3-7 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1987
8-16 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1988
17-22 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1989
23 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1980s
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74 1-7 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1990
8 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1990-1991
9-16 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1991
17-23 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1992
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75 1-3 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1992
4-12 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1993
13 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1993-1995
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14-20 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1994
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76 1-16 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1995
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17 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1995-1996
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18-20 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1996
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21 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1996-1997
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77 1-5 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1997
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6 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1997-1998
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7-16 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1998
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78 1-69 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1998
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70-71 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1998-1999
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79 1 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1998
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2 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1998-1999
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3-104 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1999
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80 1-12 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1999
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13 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1999-2000
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14-61 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 2000
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81 1 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 1999-2000
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2-60 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 2000
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61-63 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 2001
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64-67 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 2002
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68 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 2003
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82 1-3 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 2004
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4 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 2004-2009
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5-6 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 2005
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7-9 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 2006
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10 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 2007
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11-12 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 2008
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13-14 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 2009
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15-18 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 2010
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19 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 2010-2012
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20-23 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 2011
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24 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 2012
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25 Daily Schedules, Schedule Cards, and Memos, 2012-2013
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ADMINISTRATIVE FILES: Invitations, 1983-1986, 1988-2000 and 2004-2013 (15 cubic feet)
Arrangement: This subseries is arranged chronologically.
Summary: This subseries contains invitations that Lautenberg received during his tenure in the Senate, including a mix of correspondence about the events and the invitations themselves. Invitations to events that his New Jersey offices would have handled and/or attended are housed in the Outreach section of Project Files.
Appraisal and Discard Information: Duplicates and invitations to events that Lautenberg or a member of his office did not attend were discarded.
Restrictions: This subseries is unrestricted.
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83 1 Invitation Acknowledgments, 1983
2 Sent to "PL," 1983-1986
3 Accepted Invitations, 1984
4 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 1984-1985
5 Inauguration Ceremony, 1985
6-7 Confirmed, 1988
8 Inauguration, 1989
9 Invitations, 1990
10-18 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 1991
19-24 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 1992
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84 1-8 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 1992
9-16 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 1993
17-20 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 1994 January – May
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85 1-13 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 1994 June – December
14-18 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 1995 January – February
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86 1-15 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 1995 March – July
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87 1-9 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 1995 August – December
10-15 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 1996 January – April
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88 1-10 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 1996 May – December
11-14 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 1997 January – March
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89 1-5 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 1997 April – December
6-9 Confirmed Events, 1997 August – 1998 January
10-15 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 1998
16-59 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 1999
60 Invitations from Senators and Other VIPs, 1999-2000
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90 1-7 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 2004
8-19 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 2005 January – September
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91 1-4 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 2005 October – December
5-21 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 2006 January – September
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92 1-6 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 2006 October – December
7-21 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 2007 January – August
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93 1-8 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 2007 September – December
9-21 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 2008 January – July
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94 1-7 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 2008 July-December
8-27 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 2009 January – November
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95 1-2 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 2009 November – December
3-24 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 2010
25-26 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 2010-2012
27-29 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 2011 January – October
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96 1-11 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 2011 March – December
12-24 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 2012
25-32 Pending and Accepted Invitations, 2013 January – June
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97 1-2 Invitations from the Newark Office, 1994
3-49 Invitations from the Newark Office, 1995
50-61 Invitations from the Newark Office, 1996
62-64 Invitations from the Newark Office, 1997
65-83 Invitations from the Newark Office, 1998
84-148 Invitations from the Newark Office, 1999
149-157 Invitations from the Newark Office, 2000
ADMINISTRATIVE FILES: Memo Books and Staff Files, 1983-2000 and 2003-2013, bulk 1983-1999 (45 cubic feet)
Arrangement: This subseries is grouped by document or file type and then arranged chronologically by year. The document and file types included are: Memo books; Memos and Speeches; Speeches; Telephone Logs; Staff Files; Legislative Aides' Files; and Eve Lubalin's Files
Summary: Memo Books and Staff Files contain administrative material that Lautenberg’s staff members created in the course of their work. Memo books are collections of the memos created by individual staffers, organized by date. These materials include schedules, issue updates—individual aides were assigned separate issues to track for the Senator—and communications with people outside of the office. During Lautenberg’s earlier terms (1983-2000) memos were collected into memo books and during his later terms (2003-2013) the memos were left unbound and included speech drafts.
Among the Staff Files are draft Speeches and Legislative Aides' Files. Some legislative aides kept their own files in addition to the memo books, and these have been maintained when the staff member was identifiable. Legislative Aides' Files contain memos, speech drafts, original research, schedules, and other materials used in day-to-day work. Each legislative aide was in charge of following a few issues—education, environment, and veteran’s affairs to name a few—and keeping track of new legislation affecting those issues, following movements of the stakeholders, and keeping Lautenberg up to date on changes. The office did not retain lists of who was assigned to follow which topics/groups, and much of this information is likely replicated in the Memo Books and in the Subject Files series. Speech drafts were housed either by themselves or with memos, depending on how the office packaged them.
Appraisal and Discard Information: All material was retained for this subseries and only duplicates were discarded.
Restrictions: Due to restrictions in the deed of gift, items in this series are closed to researchers for 25 years from the year of creation.
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98 1 Memobooks, Index, 1983
2 Memobooks, Doug 1983
3 Memobooks, Ethan/Mary Jane, 1983
4 Memobooks, Eve, 1983
5 Memobooks, Jerry, 1983
6 Memobooks, Joy, 1983
Legislative Aid for Education, Health, Children's Issues
7-8 Memobooks, Mitch, 1983
9 Memobooks, Tom, 1983
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99 1 Memobooks, Index, 1984
2 Memobooks, Projects, 1984
3 Memobooks, Doug, 1984
4 Memobooks, Elizabeth, 1984 October 1-December 13
5 Memobooks, Eve, 1984
6 Memobooks, Jerry, 1984
7 Memobooks, Joy, 1984
Legislative Aid for Education, Health, Children's Issues
8 Memobooks, Liz, 1984 April 24-July 24
9-10 Memobooks, Mitch, 1984
11 Memobooks, Tom, 1984
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100 1 Memobooks, Diana, 1985
2-3 Memobooks, Elizabeth, 1985
4 Memobooks, Eve, 1985
5 Memobooks, Jerry, 1985
6 Memobooks, Joy Silver, 1985
Legislative Aid for Education, Health, Children's Issues
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101 1-2 Memobooks, Mitchel, 1985
3 Memobooks, Tom, 1985
4 Memobooks, Diana, 1986
5 Memobooks, Eve and Jeff, 1986
6 Memobooks, Eve on Bergen Record, 1986
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102 1 Memobooks, Jerry, 1986
2 Memobooks, Joy, 1986
Legislative Aid for Education, Health, Children's Issues
3 Memobooks, Liz, 1986 January 2-June 18
4-5 Memobooks, Mitchell, 1986
6 Memobooks, Seth, 1986 May 21-December 16
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103 1 Memobooks, Tom, 1986
2 Memobooks, Jerry, 1987
3-4 Memobooks, Joy, 1987
Legislative Aid for Education, Health, Children's Issues
5 Memobooks, Kathy/Sharon, 1987
6-7 Memobooks, Mitch, 1987
8 Memobooks, Patrick, 1987
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104 1 Memobooks, Amy, 1987
2 Memobooks, Bruce, 1987
3 Memobooks, Cheryl, 1987 July 22-December 17
4-5 Memobooks, Diana, 1987
6-7 Memobooks, Jeff, 1987
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105 1-2 Memobooks, Seth, 1987
3 Memobooks, Amy and Michelle, 1988
4-5 Memobooks, Bruce, 1988
6-7 Memobooks, Diana Rubin, 1988
Legislative Aid for Foreign Affairs, DoD, Vets, and Trade
8-9 Memobooks, Jeff, 1988
10 Memobooks, Jerry, 1988
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106 1-2 Memobooks, Joy, 1988
Legislative Aid for Education, Health, Children's Issues
3 Memobooks, Mitch, 1988
4 Memobooks, Mitchel, 1988
5 Memobooks, Pat McCann 1988
Legislative Aid for Transportation Appropriations, National Transportation Policy
6 Memobooks, Ric 1988
7-8 Memobooks, Ric and Cheryl, 1988
9-10 Memobooks, Seth, 1988
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107 1 Memobooks, Sharon, 1988-1989
2 Memobooks, "This Week" Memos, 1988, 1990
3-4 Memobooks, Bruce King, 1989
5-6 Memobooks, Chronolgical, 1989
7 Memobooks, Defense Issues, 1989 February-May
8 Memobooks, Diana, 1989
9 Memobooks, Diana Rubin, 1989
Legislative Aid for Foreign Affairs, Defense, Human Rights, and Trade
10 Memobooks, Foreign Relations, 1989 September-November
11 Memobooks, Jeff, 1989
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108 1-2 Memobooks, Jeff Mordes, 1989
Legislative Aid for Transportation, FEMA, Ports
3 Memobooks, Mitch Osterer, 1989
Legislative Director
4 Memobooks, Pat McCann, 1989
Legislative Aid for Transportation
5-7 Memobooks, Ric Erdheim, 1989
Legislative Aid for Environment
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109 1 Memobooks, Legislative Director, 1989 January-April
2-3 Memobooks, Seth, 1989
4 Memobooks, Sharon, 1989
5 Memobooks, Aviation Security and Terrorism, 1989 November-1990 May
6 Memobooks, Camden and Newark, 1989-1990
7 Memobooks, Kristin, 1989 August-1990 May
Legislative Aid for Environment
8-9 Memobooks, Bruce, 1990
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110 1-2 Memobooks, Diana, 1990
3 Memobooks, Fellows, 1990
4-5 Memobooks, Jeff, 1990
6 Memobooks, Jim Townsend, 1990
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111 1 Memobooks, Labor Issues, 1990 January-October
2 Memobooks, Misc., 1990
3 Memobooks, Mitchel, Legislative Director, 1990
4 Memobooks, New Jersey Governor's Washington Alerts, 1990
5 Memobooks, Pat and Peter, 1990
6 Memobooks, Rick Kessler, 1990 May-December
7-9 Memobooks, Ric, 1990
10 Memobooks, Seth, 1990
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112 1-2 Memobooks, Sharon, 1990
3 Memobooks, Ann-Louise Bateman, 1991
4-5 Memobooks, Bruce King, 1991
6 Memobooks, Diana Rubin, 1991
Legislative Aid for Foreign Affairs
7 Memobooks, Geri Kolesar, 1991
8 Memobooks, Jeff, 1991
Legislative Aid for Foreign Affairs and Transportation
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113 1 Memobooks, Fellows/Press/Newark and Barrington, 1991
2 Memobooks, Press, Newark, Barrington, 1991
3 Memobooks, Rick Kessler, 1991
4 Memobooks, Pat McCann and Peter Rogoff, 1991
5 Memobooks, Mitchel Osterer 1991
Legislative Director
6-7 Memobooks, Ric Erdheim, 1991
Legislative Aid for Environment
8 Memobooks, Rich Klein, 1991
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114 1 Memobooks, Sandie Lurie, 1991
Legislative Aid for Health
2 Memobooks, Sharon Waxman, 1991
Legislative Aid for Defense and Foreign Affairs
3 Memobooks, Bruce King, 1992
4-5 Memobooks, Diana Rubin, 1992
Legislative Aid for Foreign Affairs, Defense, Veterans
6 Memobooks, Fellows, 1992
7 Memobooks, Ian Spatz, 1992
8 Memobooks, Jeff Morales, 1992
Legislative Aid for Transportation, Public Works, FEMA
9 Memobooks, Press, Newark, and Related, 1992
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115 1 Memobooks, New Jersey Governor's DC Office, 1991-1995
2-3 Memobooks, Projects, 1992
4 Memobooks, Ric Erdheim, 1992
5 Memobooks, Sander Lurie, 1992
6 Memobooks, Seth Mones/Leonard Shen 1992
Legislative Aides for Environment
7 Memobooks, Sharon Waxman, 1992
Legislative Aid for Foreign Affairs
8 Memobooks, Transportation Subcommittee, 1992
9-10 Memobooks, 1993
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116 1 Memobooks, Bergen County UWSA Town Meeting, 1993
2 Memobooks, Dan Pink, 1993
3-4 Memobooks, Diana Rubin, 1993
5 Memobooks, Ian Spatz, 1993
6 Memobooks, Projects, 1993 January-August
7 Memobooks, Ric Erdheim, 1993 January-June
Legislative Aid for Environment
8 Memobooks, Russell Houston, 1993 January-June
9 Memobooks, Sander Lurie, 1993 January-August
10 Memobooks, Sharon Waxman, 1993 January-June
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117 1 Memobooks, Bruce King, 1993 October-1994 July
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2 Memobooks, Bob Seltzer, 1993 February-1994 July
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3 Memobooks, Cathy Carpino, 1993 March-1994 August
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4 Memobooks, New Jersey Staff, 1993 January-1994 April
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5 Memobooks, Ric Erdheim, 1993 July-1994 February
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6 Memobooks, Ric Erdheim and Leonard Shen (Superfund), 1993-1994
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118 1 Memobooks, Russel Houston, 1993 August-1994 August
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2 Memobooks, Sander Lurie, 1993 October-1994 June
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3 Memobooks, Sharon Waxman, 1993 July-1994 May
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4 Memobooks, Transportation and Environment and Public Works, 1993 January-1994 August
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5 Memobooks, Projects, 1993 August-1995 April
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6 Memobooks, Eve Lubalin, 1993-1999
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119 1 Memobooks, New Jersey, 1993 March-1998 January
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2 Memobooks, Various Topics, 1994
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3 Memobooks, Bergen Record, 1994
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4 Memobooks, District, 1994 March-October
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5 Memobooks, Sander Lurie, 1994 June-September
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6-8 Memobooks, 1994-1995
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120 1 Memobooks, Bruce King, et. al., 1994-1995
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2 Memobooks, Russell Houston, 1994-1995
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3-4 Memobooks, Ric Erdheim, et. al., 1994-1995
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5 Memobooks, Sharon Waxman, 1994-1995
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6 Memobooks, Cathy Carpino, 1995
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121 1 Memobooks, Transportation and Environment and Public Works, 1994-1997
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2 Memobooks, Sander Lurie, 1995
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3 Memobooks, Superfund, 1995 April 9
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4 Memobooks, WWOR Town Meeting, 1995 December
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5 Memobooks, Superfund, 1995-1996
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6 Memobooks, 1995-1996
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7 Memobooks, Russel Houston, 1995-1996
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8 Memobooks, Sander Lurie, 1995-1996
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122 1 Memobooks, 1995 December-1996 December
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2 Memobooks, Sharon Waxman, 1995 June-1996 December
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3 Memobooks, Bruce King, 1995 September-1997 January
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4 Memobooks, Projects 1995 April-1997 December
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5 Memobooks, Labor Memos, 1996
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6 Memobooks, Sander Lurie 1996 May-September
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7-8 Memobooks, Speeches, 1996-1997
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123 1 Memobooks, 1996 March-1997 March
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2 Memobooks, Cathy Carpino, 1996 February-1998 February
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3-4 Memobooks, 1997
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5 Memobooks, Defense Subcommittee, 1997
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6-7 Memobooks, Budget Committee, 1997 January-July
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124 1 Memobooks, 1997
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2 Memobooks, Sharon Waxman, 1997
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3-4 Memobooks, 1997-1998
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5 Memobooks, Budget Committee, 1997 July-1998 August
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6 Memobooks, Speeches, 1997 October-1998 May
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125 1 Memobooks, Press, 1997 May-1999 June
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2 Memobooks, All Staff, 1997 September-2000 October
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3-4 Memobooks, 1998
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5 Memobooks, Saudi Arabia, 1998
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6 Memobooks, Sharon Waxman, 1998
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7-9 Memobooks, 1998-1999
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10 Memobooks, Budget Committee, 1998-1999
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126 1-4 Memobooks, 1998-1999
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5 Memobooks, New Jersey, 1998 January-1999 May
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6 Memobooks, Superfunds and Brownfields, 1998 January-1999 October
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7 Memobooks, Transportation and Environment and Public Works, 1998 January-1999 May
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8 Memobooks, 1998 March-2000
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127 1 Memobooks, Sander Lurie, 1998-2000
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2 Memobooks, Awards and Outreach Memo, 1999 March 12
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3-4 Memobooks, Budget Committee, 1999
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5 Memobooks, Meeting with SACEUR General Clark, 1999
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6-9 Memobooks, 1999-2000
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128 1-2 Memobooks, 1999-2000
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3 Memobooks, New Jersey, 1999-2000
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4 Memobooks, 2000
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5 Memobooks, Budget Memos, 2000 January 4-April 6
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6 Memobooks, Budget Committee, 2000 April-November
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7 Memobooks, Correspondence-Voting Records 2000 December
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8 Memobooks, New Jersey, 2000 April-November
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129 1 Memobooks, Transportation and Environment and Public Works, 1999 June-2000 October
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2-5 Memos and Speeches, 2003
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6-14 Memos and Speeches, 2004
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15-17 Memos and Speeches, 2005
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130 1-6 Memos and Speeches, 2005
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7-16 Memos and Speeches, 2006
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17 Memobooks, 2006-2010
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18-21 Memos and Speeches, 2007 January-April
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131 1-6 Memos and Speeches, 2007 May-December
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7-18 Memos and Speeches, 2008 January-September
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132 1-3 Memos and Speeches, 2008 October-December
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4-9 Memos and Speeches, 2009
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10-15 Memos and Speeches, 2010
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16-17 Memos and Speeches, 2011 January-March
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133 1-3 Memos and Speeches, 2011 April-December
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4-7 Memos and Speeches, 2012
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8 Memos and Speeches, 2013
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9 Speeches, 1975-1982
10 Speeches, undated
11 Speeches, 1982
12-17 Speeches, 1983
18 Speeches, 1983-1988
19 Speeches, 1984
20-22 Speeches, 1985
23-24 Speeches, 1986
25 Speeches, 1986-1987
26 Speeches, 1986-1994
27-28 Speeches, 1987
29-30 Speeches, 1988-1989
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134 1 Speeches and Talking Points, 1989-2000
2 Speeches, 1990-1999
3 Speeches and Talking Points, 1992
4-5 Speeches and Talking Points, 1993
6 Regional Railroad Speech, 1994 March 23
7-10 Speeches and Talking Points, 1995
11-15 Speeches, 1996
16 Speeches, 1996-1998
17-18 Speeches, 1997
19 Speeches, 1998
20-22 Speeches, 1999
23 Speech Book, 1999-2000
24-25 Speeches, 2003
26-27 Speeches, 2004
28 Speeches, 2004-2013
29 Speeches, 2005
30-31 Speeches, 2007
32-33 Speeches, 2007-2009
34 Speeches, 2008-2009
35 Speeches, 2009
36-37 Speeches, 2009-2010
38-40 Speeches, 2010
41 Speeches, 2010-2011
42-45 Speeches, 2011
46 Speeches, 2011-2012
47-48 Speeches, 2012
49 Speeches, 2013
Box
135 Microfilm: Cartridge #502 Computer Center Aging Thru Wirth, 1989 October
Microfilm: Cartridge #503 Computer Center Senate Indian Affairs Thru Wirth, 1989 December
Microfilm: Cartridge #45 Senator Lautenberg Memo Book Jeff, 1988 July 8
Microfilm: Cartridge #44 Senator Lautenberg Memo Book Rick-Cheryl, 1988 June 29
Microfilm: Cartridge #499 Computer Center Aging Thru Wirth, 1989 September
Microfilm: Cartridge #39 Senator Lautenberg Mitch Memo Book – Book 2, 1988 January
Microfilm: Cartridge #41 Senator Lautenberg Sharon Memo Book, 1988
Microfilm: Cartridge #29 Senator Lautenberg Pharmaceutical thru Women’s Groups LAUD, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #33 Senator Lautenberg 98th Congress 1st Session thru Floor Action, 1985
Microfilm: Cartridge #27 Senator Lautenberg Banking thru Health (NJ) Laud Ltrs, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #31 Senator Lautenberg Corres Book, 1985-1987
Microfilm: Cartridge #28 Senator Lautenberg Health (non NJ) thru Personal Laud, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #46 Senator Lautenberg Memo Book Jerry, 1988
Microfilm: Cartridge #40 Senator Lautenberg Memo Book Bruce, 1988
Microfilm: Cartridge #30 Senator Lautenberg Corres Proj, 1984-1986
Microfilm: Cartridge #500 Computer Center Adams thru Moynihan, 1989 July and August
Microfilm: Cartridge #501 Computer Center Murkowski thru Sarbanes, 1989 July and August
Microfilm: Cartridge #49 Senator Lautenberg Memo Book Pat, 1988
Microfilm: Cartridge #18 Senator Lautenberg Tom Memo Book – Liz Memo Book, 1983, 1984
Microfilm: Cartridge #22 Senator Lautenberg Eve thru Liz, 1986 January 2, June 18
Microfilm: Cartridge #17 Senator Lautenberg Memobooks – Mitch, 1983
Microfilm: Cartridge #20 Senator Lautenberg Elizabeth thru Mitchell, 1985
Microfilm: Cartridge #42 Senator Lautenberg Memo Book Michelle/Amy, 1988
Microfilm: Cartridge #43 Senator Lautenberg Memo Book Seth, 1988 June 8
Microfilm: Cartridge #34 Senator Lautenberg Action Books 99th Cong, 1985 June, December
Microfilm: Cartridge #35 Senator Lautenberg Action Book thru FRL Action, 1987 June 11
Microfilm: Cartridge #47 Senator Lautenberg Memo Book Diana, 1987
Microfilm: Cartridge #48 Senator Lautenberg Memo Book Joy/Book II, 1988 June 24
Microfilm: Cartridge #21 Senator Lautenberg Mitchell thru Diana, 1986 June 27, December 17
Microfilm: Cartridge #32 Senator Lautenberg, 1984 April 30, October 11, 1987 July 8, September 9
Microfilm: Cartridge #24 Senator Lautenberg thru Jeff, 1987 May, 1987 January 6-May 29
Microfilm: Cartridge #23 Senator Lautenberg Mitchell thru Tom, 1986
Microfilm: Cartridge #25 Senator Lautenberg Jeff Book II – Kathy/Sharon, 1987
Microfilm: Cartridge #17 Senator Lautenberg Memobooks, 1983
Microfilm: Cartridge #17 Senator Lautenberg Memobooks thru Mitch Memobook, 1983
Microfilm: Cartridge #18 Senator Lautenberg To Memo Book Liz Memo Book, 1983,1984
Microfilm: Cartridge #19 Senator Lautenberg Mitch Memobook thru Older Americans, 1984
Microfilm: Cartridge #20 Senator Lautenberg Elizabeth thru Mitchell, 1985
Microfilm: Cartridge #21 Senator Lautenberg Mitchell – Diana, 1986 June 27, December 17
Microfilm: Cartridge #46 Senator Lautenberg Memo Book Jerry, 1988
Microfilm: Cartridge #49 Senator Lautenberg Memo Book Pat, 1988
Microfilm: Cartridge #48 Senator Lautenberg Memo Book Joy – Book II, 1988 June 24
Microfilm: Cartridge #47 Senator Lautenberg Memo Book Diana – Book II, 1987
Microfilm: Cartridge #22 Senator Lautenberg Eve thru Liz, 1986, 1986 January 2-June 18
Microfilm: Cartridge #23 Senator Lautenberg Mitchell – Tom, 1986 January 3-March 23, 1986 1-30
Microfilm: Cartridge #24 Senator Lautenberg thru Jeff, May 1987, 1987 January 6 – May 29
Microfilm: Cartridge #39 Senator Lautenberg Mitch Memo Book – Book II, 1988 January
Microfilm: Cartridge #40 Senator Lautenberg Memo Book – Bruce, 1988
Microfilm: Cartridge #41 Senator Lautenberg Sharon Memo Book, 1988
Microfilm: Cartridge #42 Senator Lautenberg Memo Book Michelle and Amy, 1988
Microfilm: Cartridge #43 Senator Lautenberg Memo Book Seth, 6/8, 1988
Microfilm: Cartridge #44 Senator Lautenberg Memo Book Rick-Cheryl Book II, 6/29/88
Microfilm: Cartridge #45 Senator Lautenberg Memo Book Jeff, 7/8/88
Microfilm: Cartridge #30 Senator Lautenberg Corres thru John Lehey, 1984-86
Microfilm: Cartridge #32 Senator Lautenberg, 1987 July 8-September, 1987 April 30-October 11
Microfilm: Cartridge #33 Senator Lautenberg 98th Congress 1st Sess thru Floor Action, 1985
Microfilm: Cartridge #34 Senator Lautenberg Action Books 99th Cong, 1985 June-December
Microfilm: Cartridge #35 Senator Lautenberg Action Book thru FRL Action, 1987 June 11, 1987
Microfilm: Cartridge #25 Senator Lautenberg Jeff Book II thru Kathy/Sharon 1987
Microfilm: Cartridge #26 Senator Lautenberg Mitch thru Arts, 1987 January 6-May 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #27 Senator Lautenberg Banking thru Health (NJ), undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #28 Senator Lautenberg Health (non NJ) thru Personal, undated
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136 1 Maiden Speech, 1983
2 Cable Town Meetings Speech, 1984
3 Telephone Logs, 1986-1987
4-5 Telephone Logs, 1988-1990
6-7 Telephone Logs, 1992-1996
7 Telephone Logs, 1993-1995
8 Telephone Logs, 1995
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137 1-3 Staff Files, 1983
4 Staff Files, 1983-1985
5 Staff Files, 1983-1986
6-7 Staff Files, 1984-1996
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8 Staff Files, 1987-1989
9 Staff Files, 1988-1991
10 Staff Files, 1991
11 Staff Files, 1992-1993
12 Staff Files, 1994-1995
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13 Staff Files, 1990s
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14 Staff Files, 1998-2000
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15-17 Lautenberg Legacy, about 2000
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138 1-3 Staff Files, undated
4 Staff Files, 1982
5 Staff Files, 1982-1996
6-12 Staff Files, 1983
13 Staff Files, 1983-1988
14-15 Staff Files, 1983-1989
16 Staff Files, 1984
17 Staff Files, 1985
18 Staff Files, 1986-1995
19 Staff Files, 1987-1990
20-21 Staff Files, 1988
22 Staff Files, 1988-1994
23 Staff Files, 1989
24 Staff Files, 1989-1990
25 Staff Files, 1990
26-29 Staff Files, 1991
30 Staff Files, 1991-1992
31-33 Staff Files, 1992
34 Staff Files, 1992-1995
35 Staff Files, 1992-1998
36-40 Staff Files, 1994
41 Staff Files, 1994-1995
42 Staff Files, 1994-2000
43-44 Staff Files, 1995
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139 1-6 Staff Files, 1995
7-10 Staff Files, 1996
11 Staff Files, 1996-1997
12-17 Staff Files, 1997
18 Staff Files, 1997-1999
19 Staff Files, 1997-2000
20-28 Staff Files, 1998
29 Staff Files, 1998-1999
30 Staff Files, 1999
31 Staff Files, 1999-2000
32-33 Staff Files, 2003-2004
34-35 Staff Files, 2007
36 Staff Files, 2008
37-39 Staff Files, 2009
40 Staff Files, 2009-2010
41 Staff Files, 2011
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140 1-5 Legislative Aides' Files, 1997
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6-9 Legislative Aides' Files, 1998
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10 Legislative Aides' Files, 1998-1999
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11 Legislative Aides' Files, about 1999
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12-38 Legislative Aides' Files, 2009
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39 Legislative Aides' Files, 2010
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141 1-2 Eve Lubalin's Files, undated
3-7 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1982-1988
8 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1989
9 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1989-1993
10-13 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1990
14 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1990-1991
15-17 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1991
18-22 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1991-1992
23 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1991-1993
24-35 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1992
36 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1992-1993
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142 1 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1992-1993
2 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1992-1994
3 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1992-1996
4-19 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1993
20-22 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1993-1994
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23-54 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1994
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55 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1994-1995
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56-88 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1995
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89-95 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1996
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96-105 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1997
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106-132 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1998
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133 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1998-1999
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134 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1998-2000
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135 Eve Lubalin's Files, 1999
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136 Eve Lubalin's Files, 2000
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146 15-20 Legislative Aides' Files, 1989, 1999 August 26-2000 February 26
ADMINISTRATIVE FILES: Congressional Delegations ["CODELs"], 1983-2012 with gaps (3 cubic feet)
Arrangement: This subseries is arranged chronologically.
Summary: Congressional Delegations, or CODELs, were international, usually bi-partisan trips that were led by a Member of Congress (Senator or Representative). During these trips, Lautenberg and other members of Congress would have meetings with international dignitaries, visit sites of cultural or legal importance, and gather information to use in drafting legislation. Within these files are photographs from the trips, briefing books, schedules, and notes from both Lautenberg and his staffers. Date ranges on the folders reference the dates of the trips, but some materials were created and/or printed slightly before or after the date ranges listed.
Appraisal and Discard Information: All material in this subseries was retained.
Restrictions: This subseries is unrestricted.
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143 1-2 East Asia; Japan and Singapore, 1983-1984
3 Tel Aviv, Turkey, Spain, 1983 August
4 Cyprus, Lebanon, and West Germany, 1983 December
5-6 El Salvador, 1984 March-April
7-12 Germany, Holocaust Trip, 1985 April – June
13-16 South Africa, 1986 August
17 USSR, 1987
18-19 Poland, 1987 May – August
20 Northern Ireland, Belfast, 1987 January
21 Romania and Bulgaria, 1987 September
22 Baltic States and Ukraine, 1987 August
23 Poland/Turkey, 1989
24 Events at Paris Air Show, 1989
25 Russia, 1990 February – March
26-27 Saudi Arabia, 1991 February – March
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144 1-2 Israel/Egypt, 1991
3 Hawai'i, 1991
4 Rio de Janeiro, 1992
5-8 Vietnam, 1995
9-14 Bosnia, 1997-1998
15 Ireland and Northern Ireland, 1998 September
16 NASA Kennedy Space Center, 1998 October
17-21 Albania, Macedonia, Hungary, Bulgaria, and Belgium, 1999
22-24 Panama, 1999 October
25 New Zealand and Antarctica, 2000 January
26 Bogota, Colombia, 2000 May
27-28 Normandy, 60th Anniversary of D-Day, 2004
29-31 Middle East, 2004 March
32-33 Thailand, Bhutan, India, 2004 August
34-35 Paris, France, 2005 June
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145 1 Greenland, 2007 July
2 Paris Air Show, 2009 June
3 Copenhagen, 2009 December
4-5 Middle East, 2009 May
6 Alaska Climate Change, 2009 August
7 Haiti, 2010 February
8-9 Paris Air Show, 2011 June
10-11 Argentina and Brazil, 2011 August
12-15 China, 2011 April
16 Berlin, Germany, 2011 October 24-25
17-18 Superstorm Sandy Tour, 2012 December
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146 1 Japan, 1983
Same trip as box 143, folders 1 and 2
2 Germany, 1985
Same trip as box 143, folders 7-12
3 South Africa, 1986
Same trip as box 143, folders 13-16
4 Paris Air Show, 1989
Same trip as box 143, folder 24
5 Middle East Trip, 1990
Same trip as box 143, folders 26-27
ADMINISTRATIVE FILES: Events, 1982-2000 and 2003-2013 (4 cubic feet)
Arrangement: This subseries is grouped chronologically.
Summary: The Events subseries includes documents, photographs, and other materials for events that Lautenberg attended as a part of his Senatorial activities, excluding his participation in Congressional Delegations. Democratic National Committee meetings, fundraisers, and other national and New Jersey meetings are represented, as are international trips that were not made as part of Congressional Delegations.
Appraisal and Discard Information: All material in this subseries was retained.
Restrictions: This subseries is unrestricted.
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145 19 County and City Events, 1982-1984, 1987-1999
20-21 County and City Events, 1983
22 Fall Retreat, 1983-1985
23-28 County Events and DNC, 1984
29 County and City Events, 1984-1995
30-35 County and City Events, 1985
36 South Jersey Events, 1985-1986, 1991
37 Cape May Visits, 1985-1992
38 Shore Protection, 1985-1998
39 Visits to NJ Farms, 1985-1999
40-48 County and City Events, 1986
49 Forsythe Wildlife Refuge, 1986, 1992-1998
50 NJ Chamber of Commerce Dinners, 1986, 1987, 1991
51-58 County and City Events, 1987
59 Camden City, 1987-1994
60 Atlantic City, 1987-1997
61 Cooper Hospital, 1987-1998
62-67 County and City Events, 1988
68 Senator's Ski Cup, 1988-1989
69-72 County and City Events, 1989
73 Chamber Dinners, 1989-1991
74 General Services Administration, 1989-1992
75-83 County and City Events, 1990
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146 6-11 State and City Trips, 1984-1985
12 State and City Trips, 1996
13-14 Democratic Meetings 1985, 1992
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147 1-11 County and City Events, 1991
12 DKM Properties Corporation Visit, 1991 December-1992 January
13 Camden Courthouse, 1991 September 27, 1994 June 27
14 City of Trenton, 1991-1992, 1995
15 Sony Entertainment Visits, 1991, 1995
16 Carpenter's Convention, 1991-1994
17 Southern New Jersey Disaster Damage, 1991, 1997
18-35 County and City Events including DNC and State of the Union, 1992
36 Cumberland County Political Events, 1992-1995
37 Cape May Wildlife Refuge/Land Events, 1992-1999
38-39 Beach Events and Atlantic City Political Events, 1992-2000
40-46 County and City Events, 1993
47-48 Visits to Churches and Clergy, Women's Events, 1993-1994
49 Cherry Hill Chamber of Commerce, 1993-1996
50-51 Camden Co Political Events, Gloucester County, 1993-1998
52-67 County and City Events including DNC, 1994
68 Cape May Point, 1994-1996
69 Camden Empowerment Zone, 1994-1998
70-75 County and City Events, 1995
76 FRL Honorary Committee Events, 1995-1997
77 Cape May Training Facility, 1995-1998
78-83 County and City Events, 1996 January-August
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148 1-10 DNC 1996, 1996 July, August
11-14 County and City Events, 1996 September-December
15-16 Smoking and Tobacco Events, Gun Violence Events, 1996-1998
17 Bader Field, 1996-2000
18 Event Description Sheets, 1996-2000
19-33 County and City Events, 1997
34-61 County and City Events including Democratic State Convention, 1998
62-76 County and City Events, 1999
77-96 County and City Events, 2000 January-April
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149 1-40 County and City Events, 2000 April-December
41-42 County and City Events, 2003
43-46 County and City Events including DNC, 2004
47-50 County and City Events, 2005
51-53 Democratic Events, 2006
54-58 County and City Events, 2007
59-72 County and City Events including DNC, 2008
73 Event Programs, 2008-2011
74 Alaska Trip, 2009
75-78 City and Democratic Events, including the DNC, 2010
79-83 County and City Events, 2011
84-86 NJ Education Meeting and DNC, 2012
87 2013 Inauguration, 2012-2013
88 Meeting Requests and Funeral Materials, 2013
89-90 Lautenberg Funeral and Legacy Event, 2013
CAMPAIGN RECORDS, 1970-2008 (67 cubic feet)
Arrangement: This series is organized into five subseries (one per Senatorial campaign) and remains in the order in which it was packed by the office. Due to the size of the 1994 campaign materials, they are further organized into the following categories: administrative, fundraising, opposition research, positions, and press.
Summary: Campaign files include administrative and press paperwork detailing the inner workings of Lautenberg’s senatorial campaigns. These records were used to research issues, to document the positions of opponents, and to prepare for televised and radio transmitted debates and interviews. The materials address topics such as scheduled events, research items for the issue an event addressed, and correspondence between Lautenberg and various government officials. The topics are represented by a variety of communication and media formats, including: emails between office staff; a variety of New Jersey newspapers (originals and copies); campaign promotions, including press releases, transcripts of interviews and speeches; flexi discs mailed to voters; etc. There is a mix of both original materials and copies. Records in the 1982 subseries include materials from 1974 to 1982 detailing political and sociocultural events and issues related to positions that Lautenberg promoted.
This series contains some information that the Senator’s office determined was confidential upon its creation. Record containers have maintained the staff confidentiality notes to reflect the office’s original organization; however, these materials are no longer confidential, and are available for viewing. Additionally, some records were mislabeled by the office. These instances have been corrected where possible.
Appraisal and Discard Information: Documents containing personally identifiable information, such as Social Security and bank account numbers, were discarded.
Restrictions: Due to restrictions in the deed of gift, records belonging to the 1994, 2002, and 2008 campaign subseries are restricted for 25 years after their creation; only materials belonging to the 1982 and 1988 campaigns are currently accessible.
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150 1-9 1982 Campaign: Administrative - Correspondence, 1982-1983
10-12 1982 Campaign: Administrative - Schedules, 1982-1983
13-18 1982 Campaign: Administrative - Memos and Speeches, 1982-1983
19-29 1982 Campaign: Administrative - Campaign Consulting, Swearing-In Ceremony, misc., 1982-1983
30-35 1982 Campaign: Financials - Campaign and Fiscal Year Budgets, Campaign Fundraising, 1981-1983
36 1982 Campaign: Opposition Research - Research on Fenwick, 1982
37 1982 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (copies and originals), 1982-1983
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151 1-4 1982 Campaign: Opposition Research - Polls, Research on Millicent Fenwick, 1982
5-18 1982 Campaign: Positions - Lautenberg on Campaign Issues, Questionnaires, Debate Preparation, 1982-1983
19-25 1982 Campaign: Press - Newspaper Clippings and Marketing Materials, 1981-1982
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152 1-15 1982 Campaign: Administrative - Memos, Meeting Preparation, Events, Correspondence, Speeches, Invitations, 1974-1981
16-19 1982 Campaign: Fundraising - Letters Acknowledging Financial Support, Political Contributions, Tax Reform, 1977-1981
20-22 1982 Campaign: Opposition Research - Research on Related Campaigns, Governor Byrne, 1975-1981
23-28 1982 Campaign: Opposition Research - Research on Related Campaigns, Carter/Mondale Campaign, 1975-1981
29-36 1982 Campaign: Opposition Research - Research on Related Campaigns, Ted Kennedy and others, 1975-1981
37-39 1982 Campaign: Positions - Pre-Senate Political Clippings, 1977-1981
40-43 1982 Campaign: Positions - Newspapers on Jewish Issues, 1975-1981
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153 1-12 1988 Campaign: Administrative - Speeches, 1987-1988
13-16 1988 Campaign: Administrative - Thank Yous and Reelection Congratulations, 1987-1988
17 1988 Campaign: Administrative - Campaign Binder, 1987-1988
18-23 1988 Campaign: Administrative - Voter Survey Results, 1987-1988
24 1988 Campaign: Administrative - Election Returns, 1987-1988
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154 1-71 1988 Campaign: Administrative - Speeches, Office Notes, Debate Preparation, Meeting Preparation, Events, Campaign Strategizing, Miscellaneous, Legislative Assistant Files, Memos, Correspondence, 1986-1988
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155 1-30 1988 Campaign: Administrative - Correspondence, Campaign Strategizing, 1985-1990
31-40 1988 Campaign: Fundraising - Budget, Taxes, Donor Correspondence, about 1984-1989
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156 1-43 1988 Campaign: Fundraising - Donors, Donations, Federal and State Funding, Budget, Budget (State and Federal), Campaign Donation Laws, 1986-1988
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157 1-28 1988 Campaign: Fundraising - FEC Reports, Donation Letters, Mailers, 1985-1988
29-38 1988 Campaign: Opposition Research - Research on Peter "Pete" Dawkins, Voter Analyses, 1988
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158 1-31 1988 Campaign: Opposition Research - Survey Analyses, Research on Peter "Pete" Dawkins, Research on Bush/Dukakis Presidential Race, Newspapers (originals and copies), 1985-1988
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159 1-44 1988 Campaign: Opposition Research - Research on Peter "Pete" Dawkins, Newspapers (originals and copies), Senate Voting Records, 1988-1989
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160 1-26 1988 Campaign: Opposition Research - Public Opinion Surveys, Research on Peter "Pete" Dawkins, 1988-1989
27-33 1988 Campaign: Positions - Interview Preparation, Post-Election Issues, FRL on Environment, Constituent Mail, 1988-1989
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161 1-30 1988 Campaign: Positions - FRL Accomplishments, Campaign Mailers, FRL Profile, FRL Strengths and Weaknesses, FRL on Various Campaign Issues, Yarmulke, 1986-1990
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162 1-7 1988 Campaign: Positions - FRL Accomplishments, Questionnaires, Debate Preparation, 1988
8-65 1988 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (originals and copies), Campaign Ads, Press Releases, Newsletters, Endorsements, 1982, 1988-1989
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163 1-62 1988 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (originals and copies), Press Releases, FRL Mentions on Various Campaign Issues, Campaign Ads, Endorsements, 1985-1986, 1988
1-30 1988 Campaign: Press - TV and Radio Communication, Newspapers (original and copies), 1980-1982, 1987-1988
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164 1-8 1988 Campaign: Administrative - Memos, Staff Notes, Speeches, Events, 1988
9-17 1988 Campaign: Fundraising - Fundraisers, Grants, PACs, FRL Personal Income, Budget, 1988
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165 18 1988 Campaign: Positions - POWs, 1988
19-48 1988 Campaign: Opposition Research - Research on Peter "Pete" Dawkins, Research on Bush/Dukakis Presidential Race, 1988
49-59 1988 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (originals and copies), 1988
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166 1-35 1988 Campaign: Opposition Research - Research on Peter "Pete" Dawkins, Research on Related Campaigns, Research on President Reagan, Newspapers (originals and copies), Research on Democratic National Convention, 1988
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167 1-61 1988 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (originals and copies), Editorials, Articles on Various Campaign Issues, 1988
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168 1-34 1988 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (originals and copies), Editorials, Articles on Various Campaign Issues, 1984-1988
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169 1-30 1994 Campaign: Administrative - Staff Notes, Attendance Records, Events, Bills, Statistics, Talking Points Planning, 1970-1988
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170 1-43 1994 Campaign: Administrative - Events, Staff Research on Various Campaign Topics, Memorials, Research on Demographics, Budget Analyses, Poll Analyses, Memos, 1989-1993
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171 1-30 1994 Campaign: Administrative - Voter Surveys, Nominee Favorability Tracking, Campaign Strategizing, Public Opinion Research, Analyses of Opponents, Events, 1993-1994
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172 1-44 1994 Campaign: Administrative - Voter Surveys, Budget Analyses, Staff Notes, Senate Floor Votes, Campaign Strategizing, Freedom of Information Act, Welfare Reform, Research on Haytaian, 1994
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173 1-29 1994 Campaign: Administrative - Polls, Events, Speeches, Surveys, Research on Democratic National Committee, Research on Haytaian, 1994
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174 1-42 1994 Campaign: Administrative - Events, Democratic National Convention Preparation, Campaign Preparation, 1994-1998
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41-47 1994 Campaign: Correspondence - Letters of Thanks, Letters about Haytaian, Correspondence on Various Campaign Issues, 1986-1990
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175 1-5 1994 Campaign: Administrative - Public Opinion Research Analyses, 1982-1986
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6-30 1994 Campaign: Correspondence - Letters of Thanks, Congratulatory Letters, Letters Regarding Re-Election, Letters Addressing Various Campaign Issues, 1986-1994
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31-54 1994 Campaign: Fundraising - Financial Reports, Budget Analyses, Lautenberg Committee Budget, 1992-1995
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176 1-26 1994 Campaign: Administrative - Research on Clinton Administration, Budget, Senate Votes, Public Opinion Surveys, and Various Campaign Issues, 1982-1991
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177 1-26 1994 Campaign: Administrative - Memos, Event Preparation, Campaign Strategizing, Research on Various Campaign Issues, Staff Notes, 1992-1994
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178 1-11 Administrative - Staff notes, NJ County Accomplishments, Campaign Strategizing, Research on Various Campaign Issues, Speeches, 1984, 1994
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12-31 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (originals and copies), Editorials, Research on Haytaian, 1986-1994
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179 1-68 1994 Campaign: Positions - Campaign Strategies, FRL on a Variety of Campaign Issues, Re-Election Preparation, Questionnaires, FRL Voting Record, FRL Congressional Record, Campaign Attacks, 1985-1994
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180 1-8 1994 Campaign: Fundraising - Fundraising Events, Donors, Transcripts and News Clips on Budget Bills, Re-Election Funding, 1989-1999
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9-72 1994 Campaign: Positions - FRL Strengths and Vulnerabilities, FRL on Environment, FRL on Civil Rights ("Gay" Rights), FRL on Taxes, FRL on Gun Control, Research on Various Campaign Issues, 1982-1994
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181 1-40 1994 Campaign: Positions - Research on Various Campaign Issues, Overview of Haytaian Budget Cuts with Corresponding FRL Positions, Questionnaires, 1994-1997
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41-46 1994 Campaign: Opposition Research - Voting Records, Voting Patterns, Research on Haytaian, Research on Overall Political Climate, Research on Clinton, Research on Bradley, 1983-1993
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182 1-64 1994 Campaign: Opposition Research - Research on Haytaian, Research on Republic Party, Political Cartoons, 1984-1994
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183 1-70 1994 Campaign: Opposition Research - Research on Haytaian, Interview Transcripts, Research on Republican Platform, 1981-1994
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184 1-68 1994 Campaign: Opposition Research - Research on Haytaian, Research on Florio, Interview Transcripts, Questionnaires, 1978-1994
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185 1-59 1994 Campaign: Opposition Research - Research on Haytaian, Research on Related Campaigns, Research on Zimmer, Research on Kean, 1978-1994
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186 1-23 1994 Campaign: Opposition Research - Public Opinion Research Surveys, Research on Haytaian, 1993-1994
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24-26 1994 Campaign: Positions - FRL on Crime, FRL on Budget, 1994
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187 1-45 1994 Campaign: Opposition Research - Research on Dawkins, Research on Haytaian, Research on Whitman, Research on Perot, Research on Related Campaigns, 1987-1997
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188 1-56 1994 Campaign: Opposition Research - Research on Haytaian, Research on Dawkins, Research on Florio, Research on Whitman, 1986-1994
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189 1-3 1994 Campaign: Correspondence - FRL Correspondence on Various Campaign Issues, Haytaian Correspondence, 1987-1994
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4-9 1994 Campaign: Fundraising - Events, Fundraising Controversies, 1991-1994
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10-29 1994 Campaign: Positions - Overview of FRL's Positions on Variety of Campaign Issues, Research on Haytaian, Research on Various Campaign Issues, Questionnaires, 1987-1994
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30-35 1994 Campaign: Opposition Research - Research on Haytaian, Research on Whitman, 1993-1994
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190 1-12 1994 Campaign: Administrative - Public Opinion Research Surveys, Events, Campaign Strategizing, Speeches, 1982-1988
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13-14 1994 Campaign: Opposition Research - Research on Bob Dole, Research on the Christian Coalition, 1993-1994
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15-21 1994 Campaign: Positions - FRL on Various Campaign Issues, 1983-1990
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22-33 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (copies), Press Releases, Radio Transcripts, Editorials, 1988-1993
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191 1-33 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (originals and copies), Interview Transcripts, Press Releases, 1986-2003
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192 1-66 1994 Campaign: Press - Press Releases, Interview Transcripts, Mailers, Newspapers (originals and copies), 1984-1995
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193 1-62 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (originals and copies), Political Cartoons, Editorials, 1982-1994
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194 1-70 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (originals and copies), Research on Various Campaign Issues, Media Strategizing, 1985-1994
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195 1-51 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (originals and copies), 1981-1998
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196 1-45 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (originals and copies), 1993
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197 1-25 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (originals and copies), 1990-1993
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198 1-74 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (originals and copies), Event Press, FRL and Haytaian Mentioned in Press on Various Campaign Issues, Interviews, Press Releases 1988-1994
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199 1-46 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (copies), 1994
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200 1-41 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (copies), Endorsement, Interview Preparation, Press Scripts, 1990-1994
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201 1-39 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (originals and copies), Press about Local NJ Events, Freedom of Information Act, Campaign Announcements, Photos, 1981-1994
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202 1-20 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (copies), Debate Press, Editorials, Radio Press, 1993-1994
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203 1 1994 Campaign: Opposition Research - Polls, 1994
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2-5 1994 Campaign: Positions - Questionnaires, Overview of FRL Positions and Accomplishments, 1993-1994
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6-32 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers, Transcripts, 1993-1995
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204 1-54 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers, Photographs, 1993-1994
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205 1-22 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers, 1987-1994
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206 1-58 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers, 1988-1994
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207 1-41 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers, Political Cartoons, Press Releases, 1993-1994
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208 1-44 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers, Endorsements, Campaign Ads, Debates, Editorials, Re-election Campaign Announcement, 1975-1994
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209 1-6 1994 Campaign: Opposition Research - Research on Governor Kean, Research on Haytaian, 1989
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7-50 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers, Editorials, Campaign Announcements, Endorsements, 1983-1994
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210 1-39 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers, Campaign Re-election Announcement, Judge Nominations, 1985, 1993-1994
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211 1-38 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers, 1993
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212 1-63 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers, 1993
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213 1-45 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers, 1993-1994
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214 1-21 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers, Radio Transcripts, 1993-1994
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215 1-48 1994 Campaign: Press - Newspapers, Radio Transcripts, 1993
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178 29-33 2002 Campaign: Research - Polls, Research on Related Campaigns, Research on Presidential Campaign, 1995-1999
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34 2008 Campaign: Press - Newspapers (originals), 2008 June 4
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216 1 2002 Campaign: Administrative - Certificates, 2002
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2 2002 Campaign: Press - Newspapers, 1999
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3-38 2002 Campaign: Research - Polls, Research on Related Campaigns, Research on Presidential Campaign, Research on Various Members of Congress, 1993-2002
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39-41 2008 Campaign: Administrative - Events, Contracts, 2007-2008
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42-51 2008 Campaign: Research - Polls, Research on Various Members of Congress, Research on Dick Zimmer, 1996-2008
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52-57 2008 Campaign: Positions - Debate Preparation, FRL on the Environment, 1988, 2007-2008
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CORRESPONDENCE: General Correspondence, 1982-2000 and 2003-2013 (15.5 cubic feet)
Arrangement: Similar items within General Correspondence are arranged or housed together; materials labeled “First Namers” are alphabetized.
Summary: General Correspondence includes "Laudatories," support letters, "First Namers," "Chronologicals," personal letters, congratulation letters, thank you letters, condolence letters, birthday-related letters, and Dear Colleague letters. There are letters to and from the White House, Vice President, Senators, Congress members, "VIPs," Democrats/Candidates, business leaders, state and/or local officials, "foreigners/governments," out-of-state groups and officials, and various other groups, such as unions, hospitals/health care organizations, environmental groups, etc. Some letters are from specified individuals.
“Laudatories” are congratulatory letters from various interest groups and colleagues across the state and the nation commending Lautenberg’s legislative actions in the Senate, his stances on issues, assistance received from him, etc. In the early days of the office, all Laudatories were kept, with a large portion of them being from constituents.
Appraisal and Discard Information: Some correspondence from Lautenberg’s earlier years in office was sampled to reduce the volume, with the percentage of sampling noted on the folders.
Restrictions: This subseries is unrestricted.
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217 1-7 Chronological Files, 1982-1984
8 Chronological Files: A – L, 1985
9 Chronological Files: M – Z, 1985
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218 1 Personal Correspondence with Out-of-State Businesses, 1983
2-16 Personal Correspondence, 1983-1986, 1990-2000, 2010-2013
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219 1 Honoraria, 1989-1990
2 FRL Honorary Committees, 1989-1994
3-27 Honorary Committee Requests, 2004-2013
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220 1-49 Laudatories: Abortion Rights – Environment, 1983-1995
These Laudatories are alphabetical by group cause, and include Abortion Rights, Administration, Agriculture, Animal Welfare, ARB, Armenians, Arts, Baltics, Banking, "Blacks," Business Organizations, Campaign Finance, Casework, Catholics, Central America, Chemical Company, Children, Civil Rights, Communications, Crime, Defense, Defense Contracts, Democratic Party, Drunk Driving, Education, Energy, Environment.
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221 1-55 Laudatories: Environment – Tax/IRS, 1983-1995
These Laudatories are alphabetical by group cause, and include Environment, Estonians, Federal Employees, Foreign Affairs, Greeks, Groups FRL Spoke to, Health, Hispanic Organizations, Housing, Human Rights, Hungarians/Romanians, Immigration, Ireland, Italians, Jewish Groups, Judiciary, Kean Administration, Labor, Lithuanians, Nonprofit Organizations, Organizations, Pharmaceutical Companies, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, Postal, Religious, Schools, Science and Technology, Seniors, South Africa, Space, Tax/IRS.
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222 1-17 Laudatories: Trade – Youth, 1983-1995
These Laudatories are alphabetical by group cause, and include Trade, Transportation, Ukrainians, Unions, Urban, Veterans, Waste/Government Spending, Women's Groups, Youth.
18-24 Laudatories from Congress Members, 1983-1994
25-33 Laudatories from New Jersey Companies, Counties, etc., 1983-1995
34-40 Personal Laudatories from Friends, VIPs, etc., 1982-1998
41-43 Miscellaneous Laudatories, 1983-1984
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223 1-6 Miscellaneous Laudatories, 1983, 1991-2000, 2003-2005, 2011
7-37 Thank Yous, Congratulations, Condolences, Birthday, Retirement, etc., 1983-2000, 2003-2013 (bulk 1983-1990)
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224 1-6 Thank Yous, Congratulations, Condolences, Birthday, Retirement, etc., 2005-2006, 2008-2013
7-11 "Memento" and Saved Correspondence, 1983-1989, 2004-2013
12-32 Congress Members, VIPs, etc. Correspondence, 1983-1991
One folder is "Letters from Colleagues and White House."
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225 1-16 Congress Members, VIPs, etc. Correspondence, 1991-2000, 2005-2007
17-24 Dear Colleague Letters, 1983, 1993-1997
25-32 Administration and White House Correspondence, 1983, 1990-1991, 1994-2000
33-34 Democrats/Candidates Correspondence, 1990-1991, 1994-1995
35-38 State, Local, and Out-of-State Officials and Leaders, 1983-1984, 1987
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226 1-11 State, Local, and Out-of-State Officials and Leaders, 1990-2000
12-16 Legislative Actors Correspondence, 1995-1999
Legislative actors may include Members of Congress.
17-23 Foreign Leaders, Governments, Ambassadors, etc. 1990-2000
24-28 Business Leaders Correspondence, 1990-1991, 1994-1996
29 Environmental Groups Correspondence, 1994-1995
30-32 Jewish Groups Correspondence, 1990-1991, 1994-1995
33 Hospitals and Health Care Correspondence, 1994-1996
34-39 Labor Unions Correspondence, 1994-1995, 2005-2007
40-44 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1990-1991, 1994-1996
Includes one folder of Labor Council correspondence.
45-46 Outgoing Assistant Correspondence, 1983
47-53 Letters of Support, 1989, 1991-1992
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227 1-11 Letters of Support, 1991-1993, 1998, 2003-2004, 2008-2012
12-20 First Namers: AB – BY, 2003-2013
Includes Irving Bernstein (1994) and Birthday Wishes folder.
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228 1-39 First Namers: CA – LA, 2003-2013
Includes Neil Cavuto (2000), Contribution Requests, Christopher Dodd, Donations/Charity, Michael Douglas, John P. Ferguson (Hackensack Medical Center, 1994), J.L. Flanagan (Rutgers, 1994), Martin E. Goldman, Alex Grass (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1996), Douglas Heir (1988), Kennedy, Charles Kushner (1993) folders.
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229 1-36 First Namers: LE – V, 2003-2013
Includes Andrew Maguire (AT International), Curt Moline, Maersk McKinney Moller, Donald Newhouse, Dean Singleton, Taub, Jon Tester, Tisch, Thank Yous.
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230 1-5 First Namers: W – Z 2003-2013
Includes Walter H. Weiner (1994), Well Wishers (2010), Art Weinbeck.
6-23 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1983-1984, 1987-1998
Special Projects, Office Outreach, Correspondence to/from FRL, Unanswered, 88 Campaign Support Letters, Donors and Campaign Related, Global Climate Change, Letters from School Children, Trade Letters, Correspondence, Recommendation Letters.
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231 1-15 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1993, 1997-2000, 2004-2012
Trade Letters, Nomination Letters, Sample Letters, Proclamations, undated Letter Drafts, 2008 Campaign Souvenir Letters, Agency Correspondence, Mayors Against Illegal Guns, D.A.R.E., Planned Parenthood.
16-42 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1983-1984, 1989-1994
"Crazies," Gift Acknowledgements, Travel Plans, Post 82 Campaign Correspondence, ADP Correspondence, Recommendations/Appointments, Contributions from FRL, Congrats-Swearing In Ceremony, Responses to Requests for Funds and Contributions, Response to Maiden Speech, Appointments, Letters of Commendation, 94 Re-election Congratulations from VIPS, Awards for FRL, Letters Sent Out, Faxes SEnt Out, Small Business, Environment and Public Works, Awards and Recognition, Presidential Campaign.
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688 36-38 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1994-1995, 2013
Consult letters, correspondence on bovine growth hormone, and correspondence on tobacco.
39-42 Congress Members, VIPs, etc. Correspondence, 1989-1990, 1996
CORRESPONDENCE: Correspondence Books, 1983-2000 (14 cubic feet)
Arrangement: This subseries is arranged chronologically.
Summary: The Correspondence Books subseries includes "Correspondence Books," "Ad Hoc Correspondence Books," and "Daily Correspondence." This correspondence was kept together by date, and bound. In most cases, each book also contains an index which lists each piece of correspondence that was sent, by day. In the earlier years of Lautenberg’s office, between 1983 and 1990, these books were called "Correspondence Books," and from 1991 to 2000 they were known as "Daily Correspondence." For the years 1991 to 1994, the office also created "Ad-Hoc Correspondence Books" (8 folders), which contain letters for which an official office response was not planned, and so required special responses. The office stopped maintaining all of these types of materials after Lautenberg’s third term.
Each Correspondence Book generally begins with an item-level index list of letters received and/or sent, with dates, name(s), issues, and brief notes on the correspondence. A large percentage of the correspondence in the books are outgoing letters from Lautenberg’s office. Where a letter exchange is documented with the original letter and the office’s response, the correspondents are largely individuals writing on behalf of an organization, or a state or federal department.
For the year 1988, the office organized the Correspondence Books by Congress and Session (100th Congress, 2nd Session).
Appraisal and Discard Information: All material in this subseries was retained.
Restrictions: Items in this subseries are closed to researchers for 25 years from the year of creation.
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231 43 Correspondence Books, 1983
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232 1-6 Correspondence Books, 1984-1986
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233 1-6 Correspondence Books, 1987-1988
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234 1-7 Correspondence Books, 1988
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235 1-16 Correspondence Books, 1988-1989
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236 1-13 Correspondence Books, 1989-1990
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237 1-13 Correspondence Books, 1990-1991
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238 1-4 Correspondence Books, 1991
5-6 Daily Correspondence, 1992
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239 1-6 Daily Correspondence, 1992-1993
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240 1-5 Daily Correspondence, 1993-1994
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241 1 Correspondence Books, 1994 August
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2-9 Daily Correspondence, 1994-1995
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242 1-22 Daily Correspondence, 1995-1997
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243 1-8 Daily Correspondence, 1997-2000
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9-10 Ad-hoc Correspondence Books, 1991-1992
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244 1-7 Ad-hoc Correspondence Books, 1993-1995
Includes folder, "Ad-hoc Letter Indexes." Restricted.
CORRESPONDENCE: Letters from Constituents, 1983-1999 (52 cubic feet)
Arrangement: Constituent Letters are arranged chronologically by year, and then alphabetized by subject.
Summary: A large part of the duties of the Senator’s office involved responding to constituent correspondence. Lautenberg received countless letters a year, and his office responded to each constituent’s concerns. Letters would generally relate to current legislative proposals, to recently passed legislation, to the Senator’s stated stance on issues, etc., but also to more personal requests for assistance. Once received by the office, the letters were sorted and given to legislative assistants based on their areas of interests; these areas are reflected in the subjects in which they were sorted. In some cases, these requests for assistance were considered case files (an individual request for funds or another action from the office), and so were discarded due to privacy concerns. A significant portion of constituent mail consisted of mass mailers, which are duplicates of a card or form-letter with different individuals’ signatures and addresses.
For a brief period in the 1990s, Lautenberg’s office designated letters without preplanned responses as Greens, or Ad-hocs. Due to the low number of the Greens, they are included as part of the Letters from Constituents subseries. Due to the much larger quantity of Blues/Response Letters, or letters of high priority. the latter are organized as their own subseries.
The Constituent Mail subseries also contains Letter Libraries. The Letter Libraries were a means for office staff to quickly respond to constituents’ concerns, as they enabled the office to batch-respond to letters. The Libraries contain responses to prevalent issues and address constituents’ various perspectives on those issues. Each of these response letters has an assigned code. Incoming letters from constituents would be given the appropriate response code, the response template would be adjusted where necessary, and then the letter sent out.
The office retained hard copies of all the constituent mail and also imaged these letters. Between 1983 and 1992 (bulk 1988 to 1992) constituent mail was microfilmed. Later on, the letters were also scanned and placed on CD-ROMs, DVDs, and/or hard drives.
Appraisal and Discard Information: Only 10% of constituent mail was retained. In the case of mass mailers, a note of the estimated number of items was made on the folder, and only one sample item retained to represent the discarded bulk.
Letters about nominations were retained if the individual was successful in obtaining his/her position.
Restrictions: Items in this subseries are closed to researchers for 25 years from the year of creation.
Notes: The subjects of this subseries include the following:
Agriculture
Appropriations
Civil Rights
Commerce
Crime
Defense
Education
Energy
Environment
Family
Foreign Affairs
Government
Health
HUD/Housing and Urban Development
Immigration
Labor
Legal Issues
National Parks
Nominations
Public Safety
Telecommunications
Transportation
There is some overlap between the various other subjects and the Government category. For example, Government was generally used for letters regarding taxes, the U.S. Post Office, Social Security, nutrition programs, and welfare, but depending on the nature of the correspondence, those letters may have been labeled with a more appropriate subject. Some topics could also be filed differently based on the proposed end-result or outcome of the letter. For example, a constituent letter regarding the tax code could be filed under Government, but a letter about how tax dollars were being spent could be filed with Appropriations.
Of possible interest to people researching particular topics: materials related to historic preservation are filed with National Parks; materials related to FEMA are filed with Environment or Government; letters regarding animals (such as animal testing) are filed with Environment; and childcare issues are filed under Family.
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255 1-4 Agriculture, 1983
5-46 Appropriations, 1983
47-74 Civil Rights, 1983
75-121 Crime, 1983
122-136 Commerce, 1983
137-160 Defense, 1983
161-177 Education, 1983
178-196 Energy, 1983
197-226 Environment, 1983
227-229 Family, 1983
230-266 Foreign Affairs, 1983
267-310 Government, 1983
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256 1-62 Government, 1983
63-88 Health, 1983
89-95 HUD, 1983
96-98 Immigration, 1983
99-122 Labor, 1983
123-127 National Parks, 1983
128-130 Nominations, 1983
131-144 Telecommunications, 1983
145-155 Transportation, 1983
156-157 Agriculture, 1984
158-216 Appropriations, 1984
217-236 Civil Rights, 1984
237-276 Commerce, 1984
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257 1-42 Commerce, 1984
43-55 Crime, 1984
56-78 Defense, 1984
79-89 Education, 1984
90-103 Energy, 1984
104-169 Environment, 1984
170-181 Family, 1984
182-224 Foreign Affairs, 1984
225-334 Government, 1984
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258 1-26 Government, 1984
27-62 Health, 1984
63-64 HUD, 1984
65-73 Immigration, 1984
74-92 Labor, 1984
93-94 Legal Issues, 1984
95-102 Nominations, 1984
103-110 Public Safety, 1984
111-127 Telecommunications, 1984
128-136 Transportation, 1984
137-142 Agriculture, 1985
143-225 Appropriations, 1985
226-235 Civil Rights, 1985
236-288 Commerce, 1985
289 Commerce, 1985-1986
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259 1-4 Commerce, 1985
5-16 Crime, 1985
17-56 Defense, 1985
57-66 Education, 1985
67-75 Energy, 1985
76-106 Environment, 1985
107-108 Family, 1985
109-148 Foreign Affairs, 1985
149-280 Government, 1985
281 Government, 1985-1989
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260 1-23 Government, 1985
24-69 Health, 1985
70 Health, 1985-1992
71-74 HUD, 1985
75-78 Immigration, 1985
79-89 Labor, 1985
90-91 Legal Issues, 1985
92-98 Nominations, 1985
99-101 Public Safety, 1985
102-107 Telecommunications, 1985
108-118 Transportation, 1985
119-122 Agriculture, 1986
123-144 Appropriations, 1986
145 Appropriations, 1986-1990
146-154 Civil Rights, 1986
155-210 Commerce, 1986
211 Commerce, 1986-1989
212-221 Crime, 1986
222-236 Defense, 1986
237-253 Education, 1986
254-260 Energy, 1986
261-274 Environment, 1986
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261 1-40 Environment, 1986
41-46 Family, 1986
47-72 Foreign Affairs, 1986
73 Foreign Affairs, 1986-1989
74-146 Government, 1986
147 Government, 1986-1990
148 Government, 1986-1991
149-176 Health, 1986
177-179 HUD, 1986
180-181 Immigration, 1986
182-195 Labor, 1986
196-199 Legal Issues, 1986
200-205 Nominations, 1986
206 Public Safety, 1986
207-212 Telecommunications, 1986
213-231 Transportation, 1986
232-235 Agriculture, 1987
236-244 Appropriations, 1987
245-247 Civil Rights, 1987
248-258 Commerce, 1987
259-262 Crime, 1987
263-275 Defense, 1987
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262 1-2 Education, 1987
3-5 Energy, 1987
6-25 Environment, 1987
26 Family, 1987
27-39 Foreign Affairs, 1987
40 Foreign Affairs, 1987-1991
41-87 Government, 1987
88-112 Health, 1987
113-115 HUD, 1987
116-118 Immigration, 1987
119-126 Labor, 1987
127 Legal Issues, 1987
128-132 Nominations, 1987
133-135 Telecommunications, 1987
136-152 Transportation, 1987
153-157 Agriculture, 1988
158-169 Appropriations, 1988
170 Appropriations, 1988-1989
171-179 Civil Rights, 1988
180-203 Commerce, 1988
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263 1-18 Commerce, 1988
19-30 Crime, 1988
31-37 Defense, 1988
38-42 Education, 1988
43-45 Energy, 1988
46-82 Environment, 1988
83-89 Family, 1988
90-98 Foreign Affairs, 1988
99 Foreign Affairs, 1988-1991
100-134 Government, 1988
135-178 Health, 1988
177 Health, 1988-1989
179-183 HUD, 1988
184 Immigration, 1988-1991
185-204 Labor, 1988
205 Labor, 1988-1991
206 Legal Issues, 1988
207-209 National Parks, 1988
210-211 Public Safety, 1988
212-214 Telecommunications, 1988
215-234 Transportation, 1988
235 Transportation, 1988-1990
236-239 Agriculture, 1989
240-264 Appropriations, 1989
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264 1-16 Appropriations, 1989
17-20 Civil Rights, 1989
21-67 Commerce, 1989
68 Commerce, 1989-1990
69-94 Crime, 1989
95 Crime, 1989-1990
96-101 Defense, 1989
102-109 Education, 1989
110-157 Environment, 1989
158 Environment, 1989-1990
159-160 Environment, 1989-1991
161-169 Family, 1989
170-178 Foreign Affairs, 1989
179 Foreign Affairs, 1989-1990
180-242 Government, 1989
243 Government, 1989-1990
244-245 Government, 1989-1991
246-288 Health, 1989
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265 1-9 Health, 1989
10 Health, 1989-1991
11-20 HUD, 1989
21-43 Labor, 1989
44 Labor, 1989-1990
45-47 National Parks, 1989
48-54 Nominations, 1989
55-57 Public Safety, 1989
58-60 Telecommunications, 1989
61-79 Transportation, 1989
80 Transportation, 1989-1990
81-102 Agriculture, 1990
103-179 Appropriations, 1990
180-187 Civil Rights, 1990
188-279 Commerce, 1990
280-296 Crime, 1990
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266 1-6 Crime, 1990
7-26 Defense, 1990
27-46 Education, 1990
47-55 Energy, 1990
56-189 Environment, 1990
190-212 Family, 1990
213-250 Foreign Affairs, 1990
251-299 Government, 1990
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267 1-73 Government, 1990
74-145 Health, 1990
146-149 HUD, 1990
150-151 Immigration, 1990
152-193 Labor, 1990
194-201 Legal Issues, 1990
202-210 National Parks, 1990
211-214 Nominations, 1990
215-223 Telecommunications, 1990
224-250 Transportation, 1990
251-254 Agriculture, 1991
255-303 Appropriations, 1991
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268 1-50 Appropriations, 1991
51-63 Civil Rights, 1991
64-191 Commerce, 1991
192-216 Crime, 1991
217-259 Defense, 1991
260-279 Energy, 1991
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269 1-11 Education, 1991
12-25 Energy, 1991
26-193 Environment, 1991
194-211 Family, 1991
212-286 Foreign Affairs, 1991
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270 1-12 Foreign Affairs, 1991
13-188 Government, 1991
189-282 Health, 1991
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271 1-31 Health, 1991
32-44 HUD, 1991
45-51 Immigration, 1991
52-126 Labor, 1991
127-131 Legal Issues, 1991
132-133 National Parks, 1991
134-178 Nominations, 1991
179-181 Public Safety, 1991
182-186 Telecommunications, 1991
187-225 Transportation, 1991
226-231 Agriculture, 1992
232-274 Appropriations, 1992
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272 1-77 Appropriations, 1992
78-104 Civil Rights, 1992
105-254 Commerce, 1992
255-282 Crime, 1992
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273 1-47 Defense, 1992
48-79 Education, 1992
80-83 Energy, 1992
84-234 Environment, 1992
235-243 Family, 1992
244-265 Foreign Affairs, 1992
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274 1-47 Foreign Affairs, 1992
48-167 Government, 1992
168-279 Health, 1992
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275 1-56 Health, 1992
57-76 HUD, 1992
77-85 Immigration, 1992
86-120 Labor, 1992
121-126 Legal Issues, 1992
127-136 National Parks, 1992
137 Nominations, 1992
138-143 Public Safety, 1992
144-171 Telecommunications, 1992
172-198 Transportation, 1992
199-100 Agriculture, 1993
101-179 Appropriations, 1993
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276 1-18 Civil Rights, 1993
19-228 Commerce, 1993
229 Commerce, 1993-1994
230 Commerce, 1993-1995
231-272 Crime, 1993
273-290 Defense, 1993
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277 1-30 Defense, 1993
31-66 Education, 1993
67-73 Energy, 1993
74-176 Environment, 1993
177-191 Family, 1993
192-244 Foreign Affairs, 1993
245-286 Government, 1993
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278 1-158 Government, 1993
159-270 Health, 1993
271-272 Health, 1993-1994
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279 1-44 Health, 1993
45-60 HUD, 1993
61-87 Immigration, 1993
88-108 Labor, 1993
109-110 Legal Issues, 1993
111-114 National Parks, 1993
115-133 Nominations, 1993
134-137 Public Safety, 1993
138-162 Telecommunications, 1993
163-208 Transportation, 1993
209-213 Agriculture, 1994
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214-275 Appropriations, 1994
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280 1-283 Civil Rights – Government, 1994
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281 1-267 Government – Health, 1994
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282 1-228 Health – Transportation, 1994
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283 1-287 Transportation – Commerce, 1994-1995
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284 1-297 Commerce – Government, 1995
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285 1-271 Government – Labor, 1995
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286 1-291 Labor – Education, 1995-1996
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287 1-about 275 Education – Transportation, 1996
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288 1-about 275 Appropriations – Defense, 1997
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289 1-about 275 Defense – Government, 1997
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290 1-about 275 Government – Public Safety, 1997
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291 1-about 275 Telecommunications – Crime, 1997-1998
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292 1-about 275 Crime – Foreign Affairs, 1998
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293 1-about 275 Foreign Affairs – Health, 1998
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294 1-about 275 Health – Commerce, 1998-1999
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295 1-about 275 Commerce – Government, 1999
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296 1-about 275 Government – Transportation, 1999
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244 8-25 Letter Libraries and Response Form Letters, 1992-2000
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245 1-4 Response Form Letters, 1992-1995
5 Laudatories, 1997-1998
6-11 Letter Libraries, 1983-1985
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246 1-6 Letter Libraries, 1983-1987
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247 1-6 Letter Libraries, 1985-1987
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248 1-6 Letter Libraries, 1985-1988
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249 1-4 Letter Libraries, 1985-1987
5-7 Mass Mailers, 1983-1988
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250 1-10 Letter Libraries, 1987-1989, 1995-1997, 1998-2000
11 CD-ROM: Correspondence Archive, 1983-2001
12 Mass Mailer Analysis, 1989-1990
13-14 Voter Constituent Service Analysis, 1990
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251 1-2 "First Name" Index Files: A-Z, 1995
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252 Microfilm: Cartridge #8 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha MST Colangelo, Alfred thru Crooms Family, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #15 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Laden, Carol thru Love, Sandra, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #4 Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Romanow, Bertha thru Zynotow, Bernice-Sid 1991
Microfilm: Cartridge #3 Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Lao, Rolando thru Romanoff, Faye 1991
Microfilm: Cartridge #1 Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst A’Cartagena, thru Evans, Clarence, 1991
Microfilm: Cartridge #4 Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Romanow, Bertha thru Zynotow, Bernice-Sid, 1992 March 19
Microfilm: Cartridge #2 Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Evans, Craig Mr and Mrs thru Lao, Ramon S, 1992 March 19
Microfilm: Cartridge #28 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Wanton Joseph thru Wilf, Len, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #29 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Wilf, Len thru Zyziak, Mary. 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #16 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Love, Sandra thru Maresca, Debra, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #14 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Keleman, Alexander thru Laden, Carol, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #11 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Gwyne, A. thru Hispanic Unidos de Newar, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #14 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Landry, Dawn thru Lyons, William, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #2 Senator Lautenberg (Name Rpt 86) Fleming, Elmer L., Mr. thru Leight, S.C., Ms., 1986 November 21
Microfilm: Cartridge #1 Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst A’Cartagena, Miguel thru Evans, Clarence, 1992 March 19
Microfilm: Cartridge #2 Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Evans, Craig Mr & Mrs thru Lao, Ramon S., 1991
Microfilm: Cartridge #6 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Dauglia, Karen thru Drogan, Betty, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #8 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Fischer, Richard thru Gallin, Louis, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #10 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Gregory, Paul thru Hess, Elaine, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #11 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Hess, Emory thru Jenkins, Clifford, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #12 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Jenkins, Cynthia thru Keim, Iris, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #13 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Keim, Iris thru Landrove, Andres, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #16 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt McGinty, Joseph thru Miller, Richard, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #17 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Miller, Rita thru Nichols Family, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #18 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Nichols Family thru Pearson, Harry, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #19 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Pearson, Heather thru Ransom, Dorothy, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #3 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Baskin, Vicki thru Bittmann Family, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #13 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Ferreira Family thru Freiman, Doris, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #19 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Hunter, Floretha thru Jonas, Ethel, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #31 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Perry, Mary Lou thru Presidents CWA LOC, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #33 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Red, Richard thru Roselli Family, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #16 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Grant, George thru Hammersly, Robert, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #29 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Neuwalder Family thru Owens Family, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #40 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Tosti, Leonard thru Verna, Robert, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #35 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Santiago, Jose thru Seabra Family, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #42 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Weir Family thru Wolf Family, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #32 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Presin, John thru Reo, Raymond, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #37 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Sintch Family thru Stab, Leon, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #3 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Lao, Ronaldo thru Romanoff, Faye, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #7 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Cavuto, John thru Colangelo Family, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #9 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Crooms Family thru DePeri, Joseph, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #18 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Hervitt, Don thru Hunter, Florence, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #14 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Freiman, Doris thru Ghanem, Jaleleh, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #43 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Wolf Family thru Zznoe, Frank, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #15 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Ghanim Family thru Grant, George, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #12 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Eisenberg, Warren thru Ferreira Family, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #11 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Doehler, Carl thru Eisenberg, W., 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #21 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Keophone, Frances thru Kreiger, Mildred, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #39 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Switzer Family thru Tosti, Lena, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #6 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Cabrera, Oscar thru Cavuto, Anthony, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #10 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst DePeri, Josephine thru Doege Family, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #17 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Maresca, Francis-Gerald – Memorial Genl, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #18 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Memorial Hospital thru Muroski, Casimir, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #19 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Muroski, Casimir thru Orrok Edwin, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #23 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Lee Family thru Lorence Family, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #41 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Verna, Victor thru Weir Family, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #36 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Seabra Family thru Sintic, John, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #17 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Hammersley, Yvonne thru Herviov, Virgini, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #34 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Roselli Family thru Santiago, Jose, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #4 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Bittmann Family thru Breslaver Family, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #4 (Name Report 86) Senator Lautenberg Schlaer, Julius J., Mr thru Zytkus, Verna, Mrs., undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #5 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Breslaver Family thru Cabrera, Olema 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #8 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Environment Prot Agcy thru Fischer, H.M., 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #40 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Spiegel, Ed – Sulick, Loretta, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #40 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Spiegel, Ed – Sulick, Loretta, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #41 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Sulick, Margaret – Timko, There, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #41 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Sulick, Margaret – Timko, There, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #39 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Silverman, Gerri – Spiegel, Edward, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #39 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Silverman, Gerri – Spiegel, Edward, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #38 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Sherman, Joel – Silverman, Geraldine, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #38 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Sherman, Joel – Silverman, Geraldine, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #31 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Orfe, Donna thru Perich, Ms., 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #31 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Orfe, Donna thru Perich, Ms., 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #37 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Schneider, Bernhard – Sherman, Joel, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #37 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Schneider, Bernhard – Sherman, Joel, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #34 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Redmond, Fred – Roman, Lauren, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #34 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Redmond, Fred – Roman, Lauren, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #33 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Pojawa, Kathy – Redmond, Elizabeth, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #33 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Pojawa, Kathy – Redmond, Elizabeth 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #26 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Marich, Carol – McGinn, Anne, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #26 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Marich, Carol – McGinn, Anne, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #25 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt LoRusso, Kathleen – Marich, Carol, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #25 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt LoRusso, Kathleen – Marich, Carol, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #32 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Perich, Rochelle – Pojawa, K., 1992 July 2
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253 Microfilm: Cartridge #32 Senator Lautenberg Perich, Rochelle – Pojawa, Kathy, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #36 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Sanchez, Carmen – Schneider, Bernhard, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #36 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Sanchez, Carmen – Schneider, Bernhard, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #8 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Coleman, Jerry – Christiano, George, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #8 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Coleman, Jerry – Christiano, George, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #35 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Roman, Lawrence – Sanchez, Carmen, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #35 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Roman, Lawrence – Sanchez, Carmen, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #42 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Timpko, Robert – Turse, Dick, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #42 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Timpko, Robert – Turse, Dick, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #30 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Neuberg, Hubert – Orfe, Daniel, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #30 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Neuberg, Hubert – Orfe, Daniel, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #21 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Kaminkowitz, L – Kiss, Elizabeth, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #21 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Kaminkowitz, L – Kiss, Elizabeth, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #20 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Jacobson, Peter – Kaminker, Constance, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #20 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Jacobson, Peter – Kaminker, Constance, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #29 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Morris, Dorothy – Neuberg, Hans, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #29 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Morris, Dorothy – Neuberg, Hans, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #28 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Miller, Virginia – Morris, Dorothy, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #28 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Miller, Virginia – Morris, Dorothy, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #45 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Whelan, Ralph – Yanvary, William, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #45 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Whelan, Ralph – Yanvary, William, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #3 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Baxter, Charles – Blossom, Gloria, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #3 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Baxter, Charles – Blossom, Gloria, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #18 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Heindel, Fred – Holstein, Frank, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #18 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Heindel, Fred – Holstein, Frank, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #14 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Freman, Sue – Gerdes, Dwight, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #14 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Freman, Sue – Gerdes, Dwight, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #13 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Fengya, Mark – Freman, Sue, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #13 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Fengya, Mark – Freman, Sue, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #15 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Gerdes, Henry – Grasso, Dorothy, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #15 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Gerdes, Henry – Grasso, Dorothy, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #22 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Kiss, Elizabeth – Laba, Michael, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #22 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Kiss, Elizabeth – Laba, Michael, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #46 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Yanz, Samuel – Zyziak, Mary, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #46 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Yanz, Samuel – Zyziak, Mary, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #44 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Vrandenburg, Ron – Whelan, Ralph, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #44 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Vrandenburg, Ron – Whelan, Ralph, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #43 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Turse, Dick – Vrana, John, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #43 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Turse, Dick – Vrana, John, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #19 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Holstein, Frank – Jacobson, Otto, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #19 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Holstein, Frank – Jacobson, Otto, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #2 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Army – Baxter, Carolann, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #2 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Army – Baxter, Carolann 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #1 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt A&D Farms – Army, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #1 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt A&D Farms – Army, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #21 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt McGinn, Anne – Miller, Virginia, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #21 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt McGinn, Anne – Miller, Virginia, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #4 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Blossom, Primer – Broncato, Linda, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #4 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Blossom, Primer – Broncato, Linda, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #5 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Brancato, Mark – Byar, Peter, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #5 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Brancato, Mark – Byar, Peter, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #7 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Cathcart, Joyce – Coleman, Jerry, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #7 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Cathcart, Joyce – Coleman, Jerry, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #10 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Dekeersmaeker, Susan – Donovan, Mary, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #10 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Dekeersmaeker, Susan – Donovan, Mary, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #17 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Gwozoziewicz, Joseph – Heinecki, Barbara, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #17 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Gwozoziewicz, Joseph – Heinecki, Barbara, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #9 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Cristiano, George – Dekeersmaeker, G., 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #9 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Cristiano, George – Dekeersmaeker, G., 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #16 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Grasso, Edmund – Gwozoziewicz, Joseph, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #16 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Grasso, Edmund – Gwozoziewicz, Joseph, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #6 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Byar, Peter – Cathcart, Jim, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #6 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Byar, Peter – Cathcart, Jim, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #12 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Eppa, Theodore – Fengya, Bradd, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #12 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Eppa, Theodore – Fengya, Bradd, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #24 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Levy, Jacob – LoRusso, Kathleen, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #24 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Levy, Jacob – LoRusso, Kathleen, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #23 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Laba, Sandra – Levy, Ivor & Miriam, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #23 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Laba, Sandra – Levy, Ivor & Miriam, 1992 July 2
Microfilm: Cartridge #25 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Manzo Family – McCoy, Richard, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #24 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Lorence Family – Manzo Family, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #26 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst McCoy, Robert – Messner, Lorraince, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #30 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Owens Family – Perry, Mary, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #1 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Aagre, Helen – Baron, D., 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #1 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt A&D Farms, Inabout – Banovie, John, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #1 Senator Lautenberg (Name Report 86) Aaron, Gail Ms. – Fleming, Edith Ms., 1986 November 21
Microfilm: Cartridge #38 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Stab, Martin – Switzer Family, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #7 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Drogan, Diane – Fischer, Richard, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #5 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Clayton, Pamela – Daugila, Karen, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #3 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Bowlan, Anne – Carlson, Jeanne, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #2 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Baron, D. – Bowla, George, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #5 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Chaplin, Kristee – Crane, G., 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #3 Senator Lautenberg (Name Report 86) Leighton, Bill Mr. – Schlaeger, Sylvia R. Ms., 1986 November 21
Microfilm: Cartridge #28 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Moreno, J.E. – Neuwirth, Mary, 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #27 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Messner, Mary Lou – Moreno, J., 1986 December 1
Microfilm: Cartridge #20 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Orrok, Edwin – Perry, John, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #22 Senator Lautenberg Mail Alpha Mst Krieger, Paul – Lee Family, 1986 December 1
Box
254 Microfilm: Cartridge #36 Senator Lautenberg Library 1 thru 2000, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #37 Senator Lautenberg Library 2000 thru 4000, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #38 Senator Lautenberg Library 4001 thru 4500, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #4 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Cajuste, Renee thru Chaplin, Kristee, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #3 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Bolandi, Ronald thru Cajumas, Nick, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #23 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Rudolph, T.R. thru Seiber, John, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #22 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Rea, Estelle thru Rudolph, Stephen, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #21 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Perry, John thru Rea, Donna, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #9 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Fisher, Harold thru Gerus, Marie, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #7 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt DiMatteo, J.F. thru Environmental Proc, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #6 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Crane, G. thru DiMatteo, J.F., 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #25 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Skalangya, George thru Stott, Hugh, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #24 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Seiber, John thru Skalamera, John, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #10 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Gerus, Marie thru Gwyn-Williams, Les, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #26 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Stott, J. Arthur thru Treusch, W., 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #27 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Treuter, Florence thru Wanton, Annabelle, 1989 July 27
Microfilm: Cartridge #15 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Lyore, Mae thru McGinty, Joe, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #20 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Ransom, Dwight thru Rodman, Robert, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #21 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Rodman, Selden thru Schmitdke, Else, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #22 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Schmiedel, William thru Smith, James, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #23 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Smith, James thru Swift, Evelyn, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #24 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Swift, Evenlyn thru Trengove, Martin, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #25 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Trengove, Martin thru Waszcznsky, Mary, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #26 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Wasziewicz, Sophie thru Young, Kathe, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #27 Senator Lautenberg Name Rpt Young, Katherine thru Zyziak, Mary, 1988 October 7
Microfilm: Cartridge #36 Senator Lautenberg Library 1 thru 2000, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #37 Senator Lautenberg Library 2000 – 4000, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #38 Senator Lautenberg Library 4001 thru 4500, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #1 Senator Lautenberg 3025013001 – 3054053001, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #7 Senator Lautenberg 3080603529 – 3082603397, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #8 Senator Lautenberg 3083603001 – 3095603111, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #14 Senator Lautenberg 3138703001 thru 3151603161, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #15 Senator Lautenberg 3151703001 thru 315805217 to be cont, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #16 Senator Lautenberg cont’d 315805217, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #9 Senator Lautenberg 3095703001 – 3096051001, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #10 Senator Lautenberg 3096601001 thru 3109603081, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #11 Senator Lautenberg 3109603082 – 3119603322, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #12 Senator Lautenberg 3119701001 thru 3132803185, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #2 Senator Lautenberg Cont 3054053001 – 3059701027, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #3 Senator Lautenberg 306073001 – 3066601014, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #4 Senator Lautenberg 3066601015 – 3070601025, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #5 Senator Lautenberg 3070603001 – 3074703029, undated
Microfilm: Cartridge #6 Senator Lautenberg 3074703030 - 3080601004, undated
Correspondence Archive on External Hard-drive, 2003-2013
Restricted
CORRESPONDENCE: Response Letters ["Blues"], 1983, 1986-2000 and 2008 (18 cubic feet)(
Arrangement: The Response Letters are arranged chronologically by year, and then alphabetized by subject.
There were some inconsistencies with how the correspondents were identified during archival processing. Folders for some New Jersey State Senators were labeled "New Jersey Senator," and some more specifically as "New Jersey State Senator." Some names of organizations are fully written out, rather than abbreviated with their more recognizable acronyms. Sometimes particular persons are named along with their affiliated organization or group, and at other times, a folder was labeled with only the organization name.
Summary: Letters from direct stakeholders, prominent constituents, and significant individuals or groups were flagged by the office, given a "rush status," and known internally as "blues" because of the blue response forms attached to them. A large number of these direct stakeholders were heads of companies, local government officials, and representatives of special interest groups and organizations whose perspectives were important to the office. Also represented here are the perspectives of various legislators in New Jersey and Congress members in the Senate and House of Representatives.
Appraisal and Discard Information: For this subseries, a 50% sampling method was used. Based on privacy concerns and research value, additional appraisal decisions were made. For example, résumés and nominations for individuals who did not ultimately obtain their desired positions were not retained, nor were letters delving into the details of personal medical history.
Restrictions: Due to restrictions in the deed of gift, materials created after 1994 are restricted for 25 years after their creation; earlier materials are available for research.
Notes on Subjects: “Public works” can include urban development and related issues. The phrase “appropriations” is used as a label when a clearer category is not discernible or when several different topics are addressed. “Budget” is used as a label when the letter directly refers to the budget and general suggestions for its improvement. “Health” can include Medicare, Medicaid, medical developments, pharmaceuticals, research, the FDA, and food. “Multi-issue” refers to a letter being about two or more significant topics. These multi-issue items can relate to several disparate issues or bring up an issue falling into overlapping categories.
Legislation and issues related to product liability have interchangeably been described as being a Commerce and a Judiciary subject, although the latter is more suitable. Similarly, legislation and issues related to private securities litigation reform and tort reform have been interchangeably described as a Banking and a Judiciary subject, although the latter is more appropriate.
With the separation of the Media and Telecommunications topics, the former refers more to subjects of advertising and what is broadcast, rather than to rules that regulate telecommunications companies.
The subjects of this subseries include the following:
Multi-Issue
Acknowledgement
Agriculture
Appropriations
Arts
Banking
Budget
Civil [Rights]
Commerce
Crime
Defense
Economy
Education
Energy
Environment
Foreign
Government Affairs
Health
History
Housing
Immigration
Insurance
Judiciary
Labor
Media
Postal
Public Works
Science
Social Security
Taxes
Telecommunications
Trade
Transportation
Veterans
Welfare
Box Folder
297 1-2 Potential Drafts Based on Letters Sent, 1983
3 Energy, 1986
4-25 Banking – Welfare, 1987
26-216 Multi-Issue – Taxes, 1988
Box Folder
298 1-39 Taxes – Welfare, 1988
40-217 Multi-Issue – Science, 1989
Box Folder
299 1-57 Taxes – Welfare, 1989
58-224 Multi-Issue – Environment, 1990
Box Folder
300 1-194 Foreign – Welfare, 1990
195-210 Multi-Issue – Acknowledgement, 1991
Box Folder
301 1-197 Agriculture – Environment, 1991
Box Folder
302 1-202 Environment – Housing, 1991
Box Folder
303 1-195 Housing – Transportation, 1991
Box Folder
304 1-22 Transportation – Welfare, 1991
23-196 Multi-Issue – Education, 1992
Box Folder
305 1-198 Energy – Health, 1992
Box Folder
306 1-187 History – Transportation, 1992
Box Folder
307 1-44 Transportation – Welfare, 1992
45-200 Multi-Issue – Government Affairs, 1993
Box Folder
308 1-134 Health – Veterans, 1993
135-213 Acknowledgement – Education, 1994
Box Folder
309 1-220 Energy – Welfare, 1994
Box Folder
310 1-220 Multi-Issue – Public Works, 1995
Box Folder
311 1-62 Science – Welfare, 1995
63-203 Agriculture – Welfare, 1996
Box Folder
312 1-202 Multi-Issue – Welfare, 1997
203-228 Multi-Issue – Defense, 1998
Box Folder
313 1-189 Education – Welfare, 1998
190-241 Multi-Issue – Foreign, 1999
Box Folder
314 1-80 Government Affairs – Welfare, 1999
81-134 Appropriations – Welfare, 2000
135 Defense, 2008
SUBJECT FILES, 1982-2013, bulk 1990s (222 cubic feet)
Arrangement: Subject files are grouped by topic and, when feasible, arranged additionally by date.
Summary: The Subject Files contain background reference material that Lautenberg’s office collected for keeping track of and drafting legislation. Within these files are news clippings, Congressional Record issues (with floor speeches in some cases), encyclopedia clippings, memos, copies of bills, and other materials that helped define an issue and its progression.
Due to the size and scope of this series, it has been organized into twelve subseries.
Environment : This subseries contains material related to Lautenberg’s environmental work, including beach erosion, pollution, industrial chemicals, and other topics. Additionally, materials about Agriculture and Energy are separate due to their volume.
Superfund : Records about individual Superfund sites, national Superfund trends, and other related material are included in this subseries.
Commerce : This subseries contains material related to individual businesses and industries, workers’ rights, and other content affecting business.
Transportation : Content in this subseries relates to safety standards, government intervention in, and other concerns related to, road, air, and rail travel.
Health : While this subseries contains health research on a number of topics, the bulk of the material in it relates to smoking, AIDS, and women’s health.
Foreign Affairs : The bulk of the material in this subseries is filed by country, but issues relating significant international events—such as Pan Am flight 103—were kept together. Additionally, materials about immigration are separate due to their volume.
Defense : Materials contained in this subseries reflect all branches of the military and focus on international conflicts, soldiers’ rights and benefits, and proposed military interventions.
Education : This subseries contains research about elementary through graduate education.
Crime : Content in this subseries covers both individual criminal incidents and larger crime trends.
Housing and Urban Development : While this subseries houses material mostly focusing on the Department of Housing and Urban Development, other articles about general housing trends and poverty are included.
General : Subject material not clearly belonging to another category, or which did not have the volume to warrant its own subseries, is housed in General.
Alphabetical (1982-1983) : In the first year of the office, Lautenberg’s staff sorted subject files alphabetically. Later, some of this material was discarded. (These files have been maintained as they were packed by Lautenberg’s office.)
The larger categories of Environment, Superfund, Commerce, Transportation, Health, Foreign Affairs, Defense, and Alphabetical were established by Lautenberg’s office; the repository created the additional subseries of Education, Crime, Housing and Urban Development, and General due to the volume of these other records. Additionally, subseries that intersect with Lautenberg’s committee work—he served on the Appropriations; Commerce, Science, and Transportation; and the Environmental and Public Works committees—are much larger in volume than the other categories.
Appraisal and Discard Information: All material for this series transferred to the repository was retained and only duplicates were discarded.
Restrictions: This series is unrestricted.
Box Folder
315 1-11 Agriculture Files – Farm Bills, 1990, 1995, 2002-2007
12-15 Agriculture Files – USDA, 1989 -1994
16-22 Agriculture Files – Legislation, 1983-1997, 2001-2013
23-25 Agriculture Files – Notes and Memos, 1983-1987, 1992-1993
26-28 Agriculture Files – New Jersey, 1997, 2003-2006
Box Folder
316 1-2 Agriculture Files – New Jersey, 1996, 2003
3-23 Agriculture Files – Crops and Farming, 1985-1997, 2002-2003
Includes crop insurance, irrigation, sugar, peanuts, tobacco, blueberry, eggplant, and peach crops.
24-27 Agriculture Files – Farmland Preservation and Farmers Home Administration, 1991, 1995-1996
28-33 Agriculture Files – Pests and Pesticides, 1983-1996
34-44 Agriculture Files – Dairy, 1984-1996
Box Folder
317 1-5 Agriculture Files – Research and Technology, 1986-1997
6-8 Agriculture Files – Disaster Assistance, 1989-1996, 2012
9-12 Agriculture Files – Marketing and Inspection, 1991-1996
13-22 Agriculture Files – Miscellaneous, 1985-1994, 2007, 2013
Includes National Agriculture Day, Budget, Rural Outreach, Payment Training, etc.
23-29 Environment Files – Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act, 1992-1997, 2004-2005
30-31 Environment Files – Seafood Processor Quotas, 1999-2004
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318 1-3 Environment Files – Seafood, 1992-1993, 2002-2004
4-34 Environment Files – Commercial and Recreational Fishing and Fisheries, 1990-2000, 2003-2006
Includes specific fish such as Swordfish, Striped Bass, Bluefin Tuna, Atlantic Bluefish, Scallops, etc. Also includes files regarding the National Marine Fisheries Service.
Box Folder
319 1-16 Environment Files – Fisheries, 1992-1999, 2003
Includes files regarding various fishermen's associations, fishery management, and issues.
17-21 Environment Files – Fisheries Legislation, 1990-1995, 1998, 2003
22-34 Environment Files – Alternative Energy, 1983-1985, 1993-1995, 1999, 2001-2006
Includes general, renewables, solar, wind, wave, hydrogen fuel, etc.
Box Folder
320 1-2 Environment Files – Alternative Energy, 1991-1992
Includes used oil energy.
3-21 Environment Files – Nuclear Energy, 1983-1992, 2002-2008
22-27 Environment Files – Coal, 1982-1984, 1993-1994,2003
28-32 Environment Files – Oil and Gas Pipelines, 1983-1984, 1999-2000, 2003-2006
Box Folder
321 1-13 Environment Files – Oil Spills and Pollution, 1983-1996, 2003-2007
Includes Exxon Valdez oil spill, Edison Pipeline disaster, oil spill liability, Oil Pollution Act, etc.
14-29 Environment Files – Oil, 1983-1991, 2003-2006
Includes hydraulic fracturing, oil prices, Cheney task force, Oil security, OPEC, etc.
30-37 Environment Files – Natural Gas, 1983-1989, 1993-1994, 2004, 2006
Includes legislation, imports, prices, etc.
Box Folder
322 1-11 Environment Files – Natural Gas, 1983-1986, 2003-2005
12-21 Environment Files – Gas and Electric Utilities, 1991, 1995-2000, 2003-2006
22-25 Environment Files – General Energy, 1988, 2005
Box Folder
323 1-24 Environment Files – Miscellaneous Energy, 1983-1985, 1990-1995, 2002-2006
Includes diesel pollution, FERC, energy efficiency, New Jersey issues, energy tax credits, LIHEAP, omnibus energy bill, daylight savings time, etc.
25-37 Environment Files – Motor Vehicle-Related, 1983-1985, 1990-1994, 2003-2008
Includes Transportation Equity Act, Transportation Efficiency Act, fuel economy, lead in gasoline, NEPA amendment, National Salvage Motor Vehicle Consumer Protection Act, etc.
Box Folder
324 1-6 Environment Files – Motor Vehicle-Related, 1984-1985, 1996-1998, 2002-2006
Includes Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) and low rolling resistance tires.
7-15 Environment Files – Marine and Air Pollution, 1993, 1997, 2003-2008
Includes aviation emission, Clean Vessel Act, ocean pollution from cruise ships, etc.
16 Environment Files – Dredging and Sediment Contamination, 1995
Box Folder
325 1 Environment Files – NJ Transit Environmental Impacts, 2003
2-20 Environment Files – Climate Change, 1996-1998, 2002-2004
Includes background material, hearings, publications, health impacts, etc.
Box Folder
326 1-22 Environment Files – Climate Change, 2003-2007
Includes Asia Pacific Partnership hearing, research and background material, regional greenhouse gas initiative, etc.
Box Folder
327 1-14 Environment Files – Climate Change, 1996-2006
Includes news clippings, America's Climate Security Act, hearings, legislation, etc.
15-21 Environment Files – Clean Air Act, 1983-1986, 1989-1990
Box Folder
328 1-18 Environment Files – Clean Air Act, 1993-1997, 2000-2007
19-29 Environment Files – Air Pollution, 1984-1985, 1990, 1994-1998, 2003-2007
Includes FERC, news clippings, emissions, etc.
Box Folder
329 1-4 Environment Files – Air Pollution, 2002-2006
5-12 Environment Files – Ozone and Particulates, 1989-1994, 2001-2005
Box Folder
330 1-4 Environment Files – Particulates, 2004-2006
5-26 Environment Files – Indoor Air Pollution and Radon, 1984-1995, 2001-2004
Box Folder
331 1-5 Environment Files – Indoor Air Pollution and Radon, 1993-1996, 2002-2006
6-23 Environment Files – Endangered Species and Endangered Species Act, dated 1977, 1985, 1992-1995
Includes ESA moratorium, hearings, amendments, studies, etc.
Box Folder
332 1-22 Environment Files – Endangered Species and Endangered Species Act, 1995-1998, 2003-2006
Includes ESA moratorium, ESA waiver, markups, hearings, etc.
23-34 Environment Files – Hunting and Canned Hunts, 1983, 1994-1999, 2005-2006
Includes dolphin and whale hunting, steel jaw traps, and hunting in Alaska.
35-37 Environment Files – Animal and WIldlife, 1992, 1996, 1999
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333 1-12 Environment Files – Animal Welfare, Animal Rights, and Wildlife, 1993-1997, 2003-2005, 2012-2013
13-20 Environment Files – Bird Conservation, 1992, 1998, 2004-2005
Includes Migratory Birds Treaty Act, NJ Audobon Society, red knots, etc.
21-30 Environment Files – Marine Animal Conservation, 1991-1994, 1997-2000, 2003-2006
Includes cetaceans, dolphins, fish, etc.
31-37 Environment Files – General Animals, 1985, 1992, 1996-1998, 2004-2005, 2012
Includes African elephant, Lacey Act, horses, pollinator species, etc.
Box Folder
334 1-2 Agriculture Files – Pests, 1996, 2004
Includes Khapra beetle and Asian longhorned beetle.
3-24 Environment Files – National and State Wildernesses, 1989-1990, 1993-1998, 2002-2005
Includes National Wildlife Refuges, National Parks, Morristown National Park, Wild and Scenic Rivers, U.S. Forest Service, National Recreation and Parks, everglades, forestry, etc.
Box Folder
335 1-7 Environment Files – Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, 1995-1997, 2003-2005
8-14 Environment Files – Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, 1984, 1990-1994, 1997
15-17 Environment Files – Wallkill National Wildlife Refuge, 1989-1992, 1997-1999
18-19 Environment Files – Cape May National Wildlife Refuge, 1993-1994, 1999
20-21 Environment Files – Tongass National Forest, 1988-1990, 2003-2004
22 Environment Files – Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, 1992-1995
23 Environment Files – American Heritage Rivers, 1997, 2000
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336 1-4 Environment Files – Lower Delaware National Wild and Scenic River, 1990, 1998-2000
5-14 Environment Files – Sandy Hook, 1984-1992, 1996-1999, 2004
15-19 Environment Files – Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, 1989-2000
20-23 Environment Files – Delaware River Basin, 1984, 1995-1996, 2005, 2008, 2013
24-29 Environment Files – Sterling Forest State Park, 1994-1996, 2003
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337 1-5 Environment Files – Sterling Forest State Park, 1991-1998
6-8 Environment Files – Maurice River, 1991-1994
9-12 Environment Files – Great Egg Harbor and Great Egg Harbor River, 1989-1990, 1995-1999, 2003-2005
13-17 Environment Files – New York/New Jersey Highlands, 1991-1997
18-24 Environment Files – Coastal Heritage Trail and New Jersey Heritage Trails, 1993-2000, 2003-2005, 2011-2012
25 Environment Files – Pinelands, 1993-1997
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338 1 Environment Files – Pinelands, 1987-1991
2-3 Environment Files – Yucca Mountain, 1996, 2003-2005
4-9 Environment Files – Meadowlands, 1993-2000, 2004-2005
10-37 Environment Files – Miscellaneous Wildernesses, 1983, 1992-2000, 2003-2006
Includes Clinch River, Hudson River, Barnegat Bay, Rahway River Basin, Davis County, Dismal Swamp Edison, Schiff Reservation Preservation, Hanford Reservation, Fish and Wildlife Service Duck Stamp, etc.
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339 1-2 Environment Files – Miscellaneous Wildernesses, 1989-1990, 2003-2004
Includes D and R Canal, and Oyster Creek.
3-13 Environment Files – Ocean Dumping, 1983-1985, 1989-1996
Includes historical ocean dumping, deep ocean disposal, and regulations.
14-20 Environment Files – Oceans, 1987-2005
Includes Ocean Commission and Clean Ocean advocate.
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340 1-4 Environment Files – Oceans, 1983-2004
Includes ocean acidification, ocean trawling, etc.
5-8 Environment Files – NOAA, 1989, 1996, 2003, 2005
Includes NOAA in New Jersey, NOAA Education, etc.
9-17 Environment Files – Corals, 1999-2005
Includes coral and trawling, coral legislation, etc.
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341 1-3 Environment Files – Deep Sea Corals, 2003-2004
4-23 Environment Files – Beaches, 1981-2008
Includes BEACH Act, beach replenishment, beach nourishment, beach erosion, beach testing, etc.
24-31 Environment Files – Shore Protection and Coastal Issues, 1992, 1996-2000, 2005-2007
Includes Graham Amendment, Rutgers Institute of Marine and Coastal Science, coastal zone management, etc.
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342 1-10 Environment Files – Miscellaneous Coastal Issues, 1987, 1993-1994, 1999-2000, 2003-2007
Includes clean marinas, Coastal Stewardship Act, Law of the Sea Convention, clean ocean zone legislation, etc.
11-28 Environment Files – Wetlands and Estuaries, 1985, 1991-2000, 2004-2007
Includes Coastal and Estuarine Land Protection Act, Wetlands Reform Act of 1992, cranberry projects, Delaware Estuary, legislation, National Wetlands Coalition, etc.
29-31 Environment Files – Safe Drinking Water Act, 1983-1985
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343 1-15 Environment Files – Drinking Water and Safe Drinking Water Act, 1983-1985, 1992, 1994-1997, 2003-2008
Includes bottled water, tap water, drinking water state revolving fund, legislation language, citizen suits, amendments, etc.
16-37 Environment Files – Clean Water Act, 1984-1999
Includes enforcement, reauthorization, statements, drafts, etc.
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344 1-7 Environment Files – Clean Water Act, 1999-2000, 2004-2009
8-11 Environment Files – Water Infrastructure, 2003-2007
12-29 Environment Files – Water Resources Development Act, 1983, 1992, 1996-2000, 2013
Includes beach replenishment, shore protection, press, amendments, markup, memos, Passaic River, etc.
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345 1-27 Environment Files – Miscellaneous Water, 1985-1990, 1993-2007
Includes groundwater, watersheds, water security, water pollution(perchlorate, TMDLs, PCB), Water Quality Investment Act, National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA), etc.
28-30 Environment Files – Disasters, 1984-1989
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346 1-19 Environment Files – FEMA and Disasters, 1991-2006, 2012-2013
Includes general information, 1996 summer storms, Hurricane Floyd, Winter 1998 Coastline Storm, farm drought, pets and hurricanes, FEMA revitalization, etc.
20-24 Environment Files – Hurricane Katrina, 2005
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347 1-17 Environment Files – Hurricane Katrina, 2005-2006
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348 1-4 Environment Files – Hurricane Katrina, 2006
5-14 Environment Files – Hurricane Sandy, 2012-2013
15-21 Environment Files – Passaic River Flood Basin, 1992-2000, 2011
Includes flood control and flood tunnel project.
22 Environment Files – Green Brook Articles, 1997
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349 1-3 Environment Files – Green Brook Flooding, 1997-1999
4-12 Environment Files – Various Floods, 1984-1987, 1996-2000, 2007-2008, 2013
Includes Cape May, Woodlynne, Long Hill Township. flood maps, etc.
13-23 Environment Files – General Dredging, 1992-2000
Includes general issues, contaminated sediments, legislation, press, technology, etc.
24-39 Environment Files – Dredging and Deepening Projects, 1983-2000, 2006-2009
Includes Arthur Kill, Kill van Kull, Newark Bay, Delaware River, Castle Astoria, Philadelphia, etc.
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350 1-14 Environment Files – Ports/Harbors Dredging and Deepening, 1994-2000, 2003-2005, 2013
Includes New York/New Jersey Port Authority, New York/New Jersey Ports and Harbors, press, Delaware River Port Authority, etc.
15-20 Environment Files – Miscellaneous Dredging, 1991-2000, 2005
Includes NOAA, minimum dredge fleet, American Dredging Company, etc.
21-22 Environment Files – Child-Safe Chemicals Act/Kids Safe Chemicals Act, 2003-2008
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351 1-3 Environment Files – Child-Safe Chemicals Act?kids Safe Chemicals Act, 2005, 2008
4-7 Environment Files – U.S. Chemical Safety Board, 1997-1998, 2006-2008
8-15 Environment Files – Chemical Security, 2002-2005
16-20 Environment Files – International Chemical Safety, 2003-2005
Includes REACH.
21 Environment Files – Chemical Laws, 2008
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352 1 Environment Files – National Association of CHemical Distributors, 2004-2005
2 Environment Files – GAO Chemical Regulations, 2007
3-30 Environment Files – Chemicals and Toxins, 1983-1984, 1989-1991, 1998, 2003-2008
Includes general issues, mercury, pesticides, asbestos, lead, dioxin, pharmaceuticals, chemicals in packaging, household products, fishing, etc.
31-37 Environment Files – Flow Control of Municipal Solid Waste, 1993-1996
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353 1-15 Environment Files – Flow Control of Municipal Solid Waste, 1994-2000
16-23 Environment Files – Sewage, 1984-1985, 1999-2000, 2007-2008
Includes New York sewage, sewage overflow, etc.
24-30 Environment Files – Waste, 1985-1993, 1998
Includes toxic hazards, hazardous waste, medical waste, etc.
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354 1-18 Environment Files – Waste, 1985-1994, 1998-2005
Includes wastewater, radioactive waste, New Jersey waste reduction, solid waste management, ocean and solid waste incineration, etc.
19-30 Environment Files – Recycling, 1983, 1990-1997, 2002-2007
Includes e-Recycling, tire recycling, water bottles, plastics, etc.
31-39 Environment Files – FRL Positions, 1984, 1988, 1994, 2002-2005
Includes polls, voting records, ratings, accomplishments, etc.
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355 1-7 Environment Files – George W. Bush Positions, 2002-2006
8-27 Environment Files – Nominations, 1993-2006
28-38 Environment Files – EPA, dated 1976, 1983-1995, 2002-2006
Includes correspondence, schedules, hearings, etc.
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356 1 Environment Files – Packet of Materials, EPW Field Hearing, 2010
2-10 Environment Files – EPA Enforcement, 1991-1998, 2003-2004
11-27 Environment Files – Department of Defense, 1988-1996, 2000, 2003-2005
Includes Department of Defense environmental cleanup, MPPRCA, MARPOL, eco-terrorism hearings, Homeland Security, Army Corps of Engineers, etc.
28-34 Environment Files – Army Corps of Engineers, 1988-2005
Includes Department of Defense environmental cleanup, MPPRCA, MARPOL, eco-terrorism hearings, Homeland Security, etc.
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357 1-6 Environment Files – Regulatory Reform, 1995-1998
7-39 Environment Files – Grants, Budget Requests, and Appropriations, 1983-1988, 1991-1996, 1999-2000, 2005-2006
40 Agriculture Files – Grants, 1994
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358 1-5 Environment Files – Trade, 1990-1992
6-9 Environment Files – Acid Rain, 1984-1988, 2003
10-24 Environment Files – Research and Technology, 1991-2005
Includes nanotechnology, biotech, e-Tech, Rutgers, Stevens Institute, Marine Sciences Consortium, energy and technology businessed in NJ, etc.
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359 1 Environment Files – International Polar Year, 2007-2008
2-14 Environment Files – New Jersey-Specific, 1983-1985, 1994-1999, 2003-2007, 2013
15-37 Environment Files – Green Buildings and Sustainable Infrastructure, 2002-2007
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360 1-2 Environment Files – Stance in Campaign, 1988
3-7 Environment Files – Miscellaneous Energy, 1993, 1997-1999, 2005
8-9 Environment Files – MARPOL, 1993-1996
10-23 Environment Files – General Miscellaneous, 1990-1997, 2004-2005
Includes projects, hearings, FYIs, etc.
24-29 Environment Files – Miscellaneous, 1983-1985, 1990-1991
Includes construction works, noise, etc.
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361 1-3 Environment Files – Miscellaneous Reports and Statements, 2002-2005
4-5 Environment Files – Environmental Labelling, 1988-1993
6-21 Environment Files – Miscellaneous, 1989-1995
Includes claims marketing, international policy, legislation, electromagnetic fields, timber salvage amendment, etc.
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362 1-21 Environment Files – Miscellaneous, 1995-2002
Includes York Citizen Action, National Institute for the Environment, Route 92, risk management program, Earth Summit, environmental industry, etc.
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363 1-21 Environment Files – Miscellaneous, 2002-2008
Includes fire, dam safety and flood control, Massachusetts v. EPA, WTO and EU, etc.
22-39 Environment Files – Miscellaneous, 1982-1984
Includes Safe Drinking Water Act, dioxin, natural gas, wildlife, nuclear energy, coal slurry, conservation, etc.
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364 1-31 Environment Files – Miscellaneous, 1983-1984
Includes synfuels, Three Mile Island, radon, national parks, acid rain, NY sewage, clean water act, coastal flooding, etc.
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365 1-34 Environment Files – Miscellaneous, 1984-1997
Includes OMB Review, flowcontrol, FEMA, Clean Air Act, Maurice River, beaches, Valdez Oil Spill press, ocean incineration, etc.
35 Agriculture Files – NJ Dairy, 1986-1987
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366 1-48 Superfund Files – Oyster Creek Site, 2003-2009
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367 1-15 Superfund Files – Tom's River, 1987-2005
16-22 Superfund Files – PSE&G, Salem and Hope Creek Sites, 1984, 2000-2007
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368 1-19 Superfund Files – Lipari Landfill/Alcyon Lake, 1984-2000
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369 1-20 Superfund Files – NJ Sites, General, 1992-2005
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370 1-6 Superfund Files – Lipari Landfill/Alcyon Lake, 1987-1997
7-9 Superfund Files – CIBA, 1990-2006
10 Superfund Files – Edgeboro Landfill, 1989
11-12 Superfund Files – Ringwood, 1993-2007
13-15 Superfund Files – Shield Alloy, 1997, 2006
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371 1-5 Superfund Files – NRC, 2005-2008
6-11 Superfund Files – Montclair, Radon, 1984-1998
12-21 Superfund Files – Maywood Site, 1989-1997
22-25 Superfund Files – LNG Site, 2005
26-42 Superfund Files – Individual NJ Sites, 1984-2008
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372 1-73 Superfund Files – Individual NJ Sites, 1985-2000
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373 1-46 Superfund Files – Individual NJ Sites, 1981-2003
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374 1-32 Superfund Files – Individual NJ Sites, 1983-2003
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375 1-13 Superfund Files – Sites in the United States, 1984-2003
14-22 Superfund Files – Individual NJ Sites, 1984-1996
23-31 Superfund Files – Cleanup and Liability, 1995-2005
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376 1-5 Superfund Files – Co-Disposal, 1995-1996
6-17 Superfund Files – Liability, 1987-2000
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377 1-13 Superfund Files – Liability, 1993-1998
14-29 Superfund Files – Cleanup, 1993-2007
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378 1-24 Superfund Files – Businesses and Industries, 1995-2000
25-35 Superfund Files – Superfund Costs and Budget Requests, 1995-2005
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379 1-25 Superfund Files – Superfund Costs and Budget Requests, 1984-2004
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380 1-28 Superfund Files – Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP), 1987-20000
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381 1-18 Superfund Files – Right to Know, 1990-1999, 2007
19-24 Superfund Files – Federal Involvement, 1996-1999
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382 1-24 Superfund Files – Federal Involvement, 1989-1999, 2007
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383 1-17 Superfund Files – Hearings, 1995-2000
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384 1-25 Superfund Files – Hearings, 1995
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385 1-21 Superfund Files – Hearings, 1993-1996
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386 1-33 Superfund Files – Hearings, 1992-1999
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387 1-18 Superfund Files – Hearings, 1984-2005
19-30 Superfund Files – Data and Reports, 1991-2003
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388 1-22 Superfund Files – Chemicals and Toxic Waste, 1985-2007
23-27 Superfund Files – Water, 1995-1999
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389 1-6 Superfund Files – Recycling, 1994-2000
7-22 Superfund Files – Chemicals and Toxic Waste, 1985-2006
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390 1-5 Superfund Files – CERCLA Reauthorization, 1995-1997
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391 1-9 Superfund Files – CERCLA Reauthorization, 1994-1996
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392 1-28 Superfund Files – CERCLA Reauthorization, 1995-1996
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393 1-18 Superfund Files – Brownfields, 1986-2004
19-39 Superfund Files – CERCLA Reauthorization and Research, 1986-1998
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394 1-13 Superfund Files – Brownfields, 1995-2004
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395 1-26 Superfund Files – Brownfields, 1993-2000
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396 1-4 Superfund Files – 1997-1998 Reauthorization, 1996-1997
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397 1-8 Superfund Files – 1996-1998 Reauthorization, 1996-1997
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398 1-21 Superfund Files – Regulatory and Contract Reform, 1993-1998
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399 1-23 Superfund Files – RCRA, 1983-2004
24-25 Superfund Files – SARA, 1986, 1993
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400 1-26 Superfund Files – Press and Outreach, 1992-2008
27-49 Superfund Files – Memos and Misc., 1984-2004
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401 1-49 Superfund Files – Unsorted, 1983-2003
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402 1-24 Superfund Files – Unsorted, 1984-1998
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403 1-38 Superfund Files – Unsorted, 1984-2004
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404 1-7 Superfund Files – Unsorted, 1995-2005
8-46 Superfund Files – Legal sized, 1983-2000
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405 1-31 Commerce Files – Internet; Privacy, Regulation, and Infrastructure, 1987-2011
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406 1-34 Commerce Files – Television; Networks, Cable, and Broadcasting, 1981-2012
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407 1-42 Commerce Files – Telephone; Access, Charges, Business, 1982-1999
1 Commerce Files – Public Interest Pay Phones, 1982-1999
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408 2-60 Commerce Files – Internet and Copyright Issues, 1988-2007
61-63 Commerce Files – Radio, 1998-1999
64-82 Commerce Files – Multi-Issue Telecommunications Files, 1983-2011
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409 1-7 Commerce Files – Product Liability and Patents, 1993-1996
8-12 Commerce Files – Mergers and Anti-Trust, 1994-2000
13-39 Commerce Files – At Work Safety, Environmental Concerns, and Regulations, 1983-2012
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410 1-6 Commerce Files – Postal Service, 1991-1997
7-23 Commerce Files – Sports Industry and Gambling, 1991-2012
24-30 Commerce Files – Rail and Airline Industries, 1986-2004
31-33 Commerce Files – Tourism Industry, 1991-2006
34-35 Commerce Files – Tobacco Industry, 1996
36-38 Commerce Files – Telephone Industry and Music Licensing, 1992-1997
39-42 Commerce Files – Alarm and Florist Industries, 1994-1997
43-52 Commerce Files – Individual Industry Files, 1986-1996
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411 1-10 Commerce Files – Auto Insurance Industry and Real Estate, 1983-2009
11-12 Commerce Files – Retail Food and Alcohol Advertising, 1984, 1999
13-19 Commerce Files – Legal Services and Corporate Governance, 1995-2006
20-22 Commerce Files – Tech Issues, 1988, 2003-2004
23-24 Commerce Files – Business and Environment, 1992-1993
25-41 Commerce Files – Individual Companies and Franchise Information, 1988-2011
42-44 Commerce Files – Collegiate Issues, 1998, 2010-2011
45-47 Commerce Files – Industry Specific Files, 2012
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412 1-7 Commerce Files – Paid Time Off, 1995-1998
8-19 Commerce Files – Economy and Job Creation, 1993-2011
20-23 Commerce Files – Wages and Corporate Responsibility, 1996
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413 1-11 Commerce Files – Unions, 1995-2009
12-33 Commerce Files – Jobs, Job Training, and Workforce Development, 1989-2012
34-40 Commerce Files – Pay Protection, Sequester, and Benefits, 1990-2010
41-46 Commerce Files – Welfare and Poverty Programs, 1997-2004
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414 1-7 Commerce Files – Affirmative Action and Unemployment/Sequesters, 1987-2013
8-31 Commerce Files – Jobs-related files, 1984-2012
32-31 Commerce Files – Bankruptcy and Foreclosures, 1998-2012
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415 1-6 Commerce Files – Money Printing and Dollar Value, 1997-2004
7-9 Commerce Files – Credit Cards and Reporting, 1996-2000
10-27 Commerce Files – Banking, Credit Unions, and NJ Banks, 1983-2012
28-40 Commerce Files – FEMA, Hurricane Sandy Recovery, and Insurance, 1994-2013
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416 1-3 Commerce Files – Securities Litigation, 1995-1996
4-10 Commerce Files – Financial Modernization and Services, 1997-1999
11-17 Commerce Files – Banking Fees and Financial Responsibility, 1986-2011
18-28 Commerce Files – Mortgages and Realty Industry, 1993-2012
29-36 Commerce Files – Mutual Funds, 2003-2004, 2011
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417 1-13 Commerce Files – Pensions, 1989-2006
14-26 Commerce Files – Social Security, 1983-2007
25-30 Commerce Files – IRAs and Retirement Security, 1996-2006
31-32 Commerce Files – Medicare Propaganda, 2004
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418 1-5 Commerce Files – Age Discrimination and Youth Employment, 1992-1997
6-8 Commerce Files – Higher Education Financing, 2004, 2010
9-12 Commerce Files – Family Care and Support, 1993-2000
13-16 Commerce Files – Cost of Living and Housing, 2008-2012
17-55 Commerce Files – New Jersey Businesses, 1993-2011
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419 1-15 Commerce Files – New Jersey Businesses, 1985-2005
16-41 Commerce Files – Small Businesses, 1986-2012
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420 1-7 Commerce Files – Disadvantaged Businesses and Small Business Loans, 1993-1999
8-37 Commerce Files – New Jersey Businesses and Business topics, 1990-2012
38-39 Commerce Files – Foreign Labor Statistics, 2005
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421 1-25 Commerce Files – Intellectual Property and Encryption in Trade, 1987-1999
26-30 Commerce Files – Trade, 1999
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422 1-14 Commerce Files – Trade Policies and Bills, 1983-2007
15-30 Commerce Files – General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), 1993-1996
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423 1-38 Commerce Files – Tariffs and Trade by Country, Company, 1982-2013
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424 1-15 Commerce Files – Trade and International Crime, 1990-2010
16-23 Commerce Files – Anti-trust and International Economies, 1988, 1996, 1998-1999
24-32 Commerce Files – OPEC and Oil Industry, 1998-2011
33-36 Commerce Files – Government Sponsored Enterprises, 2005
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425 1-3 Commerce Files – Nomination Hearings, 2006, 2011-2012
4-18 Commerce Files – Policy and Policy Ideas, 1991-2012
19-23 Commerce Files – Bonds, Census, and Government Funding, 1997-2005
24-31 Commerce Files – Government Management, Deficit, and Shutdown, 1989-2012
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426 1-49 Commerce Files – Hearings and Miscellaneous Financial topics, 1985-2013
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427 1-29 Commerce Files – Taxes, Tax Reform, and Credits, 1982-2013
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428 1-30 Commerce Files – Taxes, Tax Reform, and Credits, 1993-2012
31-37 Commerce Files – Stocks Options, Derivatives, and Market topics, 1985-2010
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429 1-9 Commerce Files – Miscellaneous, 1998-2012
10-29 Commerce Files – Miscellaneous legal size, 1981-1998
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430 1-3 Transportation Files – Aviation Security, Pan Am 103, 1988-1990, 1992
4-25 Transportation Files – Aviation Security, 1986-1998
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431 1-39 Transportation Files – Aviation Security, 1989-2013
Includes Committee Hearings, Valvjet Crash, Lockerbie bombings, terrorism, and 9/11.
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432 1-12 Transportation Files – Runway Security, 1999-2011
13-44 Transportation Files – Aviation Security, 1990-2007
Includes Hudson River Plane Crash, Airport and Port security, TSA,.
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433 1-40 Transportation Files – Air Noise, 1987-2008
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434 1-40 Transportation Files – Air Traffic Control, Reform and Privatization, 1995-2012
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435 1-17 Transportation Files – Foreign Air Services, 1987-2007
18-35 Transportation Files – Airlines, 1986-1998
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436 1-37 Transportation Files – Airports, 1986-2006
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437 1-31 Transportation Files – Airports, 1985-2013
32-36 Transportation Files – Pets on Planes, 1998-1999, 2005
37 Transportation Files – Mitsubishi MU-2, Small Aircraft Safety, 2004-2006
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438 1-12 Transportation Files – Space, 2003-2005
13-35 Transportation Files – Aviation Business and Consumers, 1987-2008
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439 1-41 Transportation Files – FAA, AIP, and ATC, 1985-2004
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440 1-10 Transportation Files – Airspace Redesign, 1995-2008
11-31 Transportation Files – Aviation Labor Issues, 1985-2008
32-48 Transportation Files – Tobacco on Airplanes, 1987-2011
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441 1-30 Transportation Files – General Aviation, 1988-2006
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442 1-40 Transportation Files – Amtrak, 1996-2011
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443 1-28 Transportation Files – Amtrak, 1987-2011
29-36 Transportation Files – International and Small Rail, 1986-2007
37 Transportation Files – SEPTA Bill, 1990
38-50 Transportation Files – NJ Transit, 1989-2007
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444 1-50 Transportation Files – NJ Transit Lines and Stops, 1983-2008
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445 1-45 Transportation Files – Rail Legislation and Reauthorization, 1989-2013
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446 1-15 Transportation Files – Railway Shipping and Railway Shipping Business, 1985-2010
16-29 Transportation Files – Rail Safety and Security, 1987-2010
30-45 Transportation Files – Rail Tolls, Fares, and Ridership, 1988-2012
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447 1-18 Transportation Files – High Speed Rail, 1992-2013
19-25 Transportation Files – Rail and the Environment, 1987-1988, 1997, 2005-2008
26-45 Transportation Files – Railway Tunnels including ARC, 1987-2013
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448 1-7 Transportation Files – Rail Labor, 1994-1996, 2007
8-25 Transportation Files – Rail Stations and Urban Planning, 1993-2006
26-50 Transportation Files – General Rail, 1986-2013
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449 1-39 Transportation Files – Truck Size and Weight, 1991-2013
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450 1-16 Transportation Files – Truck Safety and Security, 1991-2011
17-39 Transportation Files – Truck Legislation and Studies, 1990-2013
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451 1-37 Transportation Files – NJ Roads, 1985-2011
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452 1-55 Transportation Files – NJ Roads, 1992-2007
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453 1-41 Transportation Files – .08 BAC, 1991-2000
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454 1-6 Transportation Files – .08 BAC, 2003-2011
7-14 Transportation Files – 21 Minimum Drinking Age, 1984-1997
15-22 Transportation Files – Drunk Driving, 1991-1996
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455 1-48 Transportation Files – ISTEA, 1992-1998
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456 1-25 Transportation Files – ISTEA, 1994-1998
26-42 Transportation Files – ITS, 1995-1998
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457 1-41 Transportation Files – Port Security, 2003-2012
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458 1-14 Transportation Files – Port Security, 2003-2010
15-51 Transportation Files – Shipping and Maritime, 1985-2013
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459 1-47 Transportation Files – Shipping and Maritime, 1983-2013
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460 1-10 Transportation Files – Clean Air Act Guidelines, 1989-2008
11-26 Transportation Files – Pipeline Safety, 1990-1998
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461 1-12 Transportation Files – Hearings, 1991-1998
13-22 Transportation Files – Roads, 1993-1999
23-38 Transportation Files – Transportation Pollution, 1988-2006
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462 1-31 Transportation Files – Appropriations, Committees, and Government Intervention, 1988-2013
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463 1-45 Transportation Files – Appropriations, Committees, and Government Intervention, 1987-2009
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464 1-19 Transportation Files – School Bus Safety, 1989-1996
20-44 Transportation Files – Vehicle Safety, 1983-2013
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465 1-9 Transportation Files – Miscellaneous, 1994-2006
10-26 Transportation Files – Legal size, 1985-1999
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466 1-13 Health Files – Abortion, 1981-2011
14-21 Health Files – Asbestos, 1998-1999
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467 1-13 Health Files – Cancer, 1984-1997
14-19 Health Files – Children's Health, 1989-1997
20-26 Health Files – D.A.R.E., Anti-Drug Bill, Substance Abuse, 1984-1997
27-37 Health Files – Disease Research, 1995-2013
38-46 Health Files – Alcohol Initiatives, Advertising, and Underage Drinking, 1995-1999
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468 1-2 Health Files – Emergency Care, 1991-1993, 1999-2000
3-8 Health Files – FDA, Food Safety, 1987, 1993-1996
9-22 Health Files – Health Financing, including Medicare and Grants, 1988-2004
23-30 Health Files – Health Care Reform, 1996-2012
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469 1-10 Health Files – HIV/AIDS, 1988-1994
11-14 Health Files – Medicaid, 1995
15-29 Health Files – Medicare, 1995-2009
30-31 Health Files – Organ Donation, 1998
32-36 Health Files – Patient Privacy Protection, 1995-1998
37-42 Health Files – Women's Health, Reproductive Health, FDA Regulations, 1992
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470 1-9 Health Files – Suicide, 1984-1987
10-43 Health Files – Tobacco/Smoking, 1987-1994
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471 1-35 Health Files – Tobacco/Smoking, 1995-1997
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472 1-33 Health Files – Tobacco/Smoking, 1997-2012
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473 1-25 Health Files – Tobacco/Smoking, 1992-2009
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474 1-29 Health Files – Tobacco/Smoking, 1990-2012
30-42 Health Files – Miscellaneous, 1988-1997
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475 1-32 Health Files – Miscellaneous, 1994-2012
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532 39-42 Health Files - Tobacco/Smoking, 1993-1997
43 Health Files - Asbestos Litigation, 1999-2000
Includes asbestos litigation and Anne Pollard prison treatment.
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476 1-41 Foreign Affairs Files – Immigration and Soviet Refugees, 1992-1998
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477 1-24 Foreign Affairs Files – Immigration and Soviet Refugees, 1986-2003
25-46 Foreign Affairs Files – Trade, 1991-2007
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478 1-68 Foreign Affairs Files – Trade, 1988-2012
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479 1-24 Foreign Affairs Files – Libya, 1998-2011
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480 1-7 Foreign Affairs Files – Middle East, 1997-2004
Includes Arab League and Persuan Gulf evacuees, etc.
8-9 Foreign Affairs Files – Jordan, 1999
1-20 Foreign Affairs Files – Saudi Arabia, 1992-1994, 2002-2005, 2010-2011
21-36 Foreign Affairs Files – Iran, 1995-2004
Includes CONTRA, sanctions, Iran resistance, etc.
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481 1-17 Foreign Affairs Files – Iraq, 1990-1993, 1998, 2002-2009
Includes reconstruction and Kurdistan.
18-23 Foreign Affairs Files – Oil and OPEC, 1993-1995, 2003-2011
Includes oil embargo.
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482 1-8 Foreign Affairs Files – Middle East, 1986-1991, 1996-1999, 2007
Includes Lebanon, Kuwait, Syria, and Afghanistan.
9-19 Foreign Affairs Files – Greece, Turkey, and Cyprus 1993-1999, 2012
20-21 Foreign Affairs Files – Germany, 1993-1994, 2011
22-35 Foreign Affairs Files – Ireland, 1984-1986, 1990-1999
Includes immigration, Irish Extradition Treaty, deportation cases, etc.
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483 1 Foreign Affairs Files – Peace Action Iran, 2008
2-8 Foreign Affairs Files – Arab Boycott of Israel, 1991-1994
9-37 Foreign Affairs Files – Israel, 1984, 1988-1994, 1997-1999, 2003-2012
Includes loan guarantees, Jonathan Pollard, passport/visa issues, etc.
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484 1-5 Foreign Affairs Files – Palestine, 1987-1990, 1996-1999
6-19 Foreign Affairs Files – Africa, 1985-1986, 1992-1999, 2003-2008
Includes SubSaharan Africa, Angola, Darfur, Kenya, Egypt, etc.
20-43 Foreign Affairs Files – South Africa, 1982-1987, 1994
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485 1-32 Foreign Affairs Files – Eastern Europe and Russia, 1987, 1990-1999, 2003-2010
Includes Baltics, South Caucus and Central Asia (Silk Road), Armenia, Ukraine, Poland, and USSR etc.
33-45 Foreign Affairs Files – Kosovo and Yugoslavia, 1993-1994, 1998-2000, 2005
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486 1-6 Foreign Affairs Files – Europe, 1998-2004
Includes Western Europe and Central Europe.
7-11 Foreign Affairs Files – Balkans, 1996-2002, 2004
Includes Macedonia and Croatia.
12-29 Foreign Affairs Files – Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1992-1998
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487 1-28 Foreign Affairs Files – International Terrorism, 1987-1991, 1995-999, 2003-2013
Includes legislation, lawsuits, Terror victims, Flatow case, El Salvador, Palestine, etc.
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488 1-10 Foreign Affairs Files – Cuba, 1983-1988, 1995-1999, 2007-2011
11-13 Foreign Affairs Files – Haiti, 1999, 2010-2011
14-17 Foreign Affairs Files – Central America and Caribbeans, 1992-1994, 1999, 2003-2004
Includes Caribbean Basin Initiative and Hurricane Mitch.
18-20 Foreign Affairs Files – El Salvador, 1982-1986
21 Foreign Affairs Files – Guatemala, 1988
22-25 Foreign Affairs Files – Mexico, 1997-1999
26-28 Foreign Affairs Files – Nicaragua, 1983-1986
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489 1-3 Foreign Affairs Files – Nicaragua, 1986
4-8 Foreign Affairs Files – Latin America and South America, 1993-1994, 1998-1999, 2003-2005
9-23 Foreign Affairs Files – Colombia, 1995-1997, 1999-2003, 2008
24 Foreign Affairs Files – Paraguay, 1997
25-26 Foreign Affairs Files – Canada, 1988, 1999
27 Foreign Affairs Files – NATO, 1996-1997
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490 1-6 Foreign Affairs Files – Passport, 1990-1992
7-50 Foreign Affairs Files – Foreign Policy, 1985-2000, 2002-2007, 2012
51-52 Foreign Affairs Files – CIA, 1993, 2005
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491 1-4 Foreign Affairs Files – NATO, 1995, 1998-1999
5-10 Foreign Affairs Files – U.S. Department of State, 1991-1992, 1995, 2004
11-47 Foreign Affairs Files – International Organizations, 1984-2988, 1994-1999, 2003-2013
Includes USIA, Inter-America Foundation, International Criminal Court (ICC), International Monetary Fund (IMF), School of Americas, National Endowment for Democrary, Amnesty Internationa, etc.
48-53 Foreign Affairs Files – Human Rights, 1997-1999
Includes Helsinki Commission.
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492 1-17 Foreign Affairs Files – Human Rights, 1981-1999, 2009-2011
Includes genocide, sex trade, religious persecution, global gag rule, etc.
18-27 Foreign Affairs Files – Nuclear Weapons, 1996-2007
28-32 Foreign Affairs Files – Asia, 1994-2004
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493 1-4 Foreign Affairs Files – South Asia, 1994-1996, 1998, 2002-2005
Includes Pakistan, India, and Bhutan.
5-19 Foreign Affairs Files – East Asia, 1994-1999, 2002-2008
Includes Japan, North Korea, Tibet, Taiwan, and China.
20-28 Foreign Affairs Files – Southeast Asia, 1993-1998, 2002-2003
Includes Vietnam, Burma, Myanmar, Malaysia, Indonesia, and East Timor.
29-35 Foreign Affairs Files – Holocaust, 1984-1986, 1994, 2003-2011
Includes Mengele Search, Nazi Commission, March of the Living, etc.
36-40 Foreign Affairs Files – Chernobyl, 1988-2011
41-49 Foreign Affairs Files – War Crimes, 1996-1999, 2003
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494 1-31 Foreign Affairs Files – Miscellaneous, 1984-2000, 2002-2004
Includes letters, letter libraries, floor statements, terrorism legislation, Rabbi Jacob Bronner, Jewish cemeteries, tuberculosis, property restitution, etc.
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495 1-40 Foreign Affairs Files – Miscellaneous, 1983-1999
Includes Soviet Union, Stevens Amendment, Nicaragua, Bosnia, Israel, Apartheid, Nazi Commission, etc.
41-69 Defense Files – Miscellaneous, 1982-1997
Includes SALT II, SAG, Aegis, arms control, bases and facilities, sanctions legislation, nuclear weapons freeze, etc.
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496 1-5 Defense Files – Bases and Facilities, 1991-1994, 1998
6-12 Defense Files – Base Realignment and Closure, 1989, 1995-1998, 2003-2005
13 Defense Files – Closing of Bayonne Terminal, 1995
14-22 Defense Files – Fort Monmouth, 1997-2006
23-26 Defense Files – Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, 1985-1986, 1991-1997
26-28 Defense Files – Earle Naval Weapons Station, 1986-1989
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497 1-2 Defense Files – Earle Naval Weapons Station, 2008-2012
3-5 Defense Files – Fort Dix, 1989, 1998
6 Defense Files – Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, 2011
7-8 Defense Files – McGuire Air Force Base, 1988-1992
9 Defense Files – Lakehurst Construction, 2010
10-11 Defense Files – Piscatinny Arsenal, 1997-1999, 2004
12-13 Defense Files – East Hanover Nike Base, 1992-1998
14-19 Defense Files – Miscellaneous, 1992-1998, 2004
Includes military arsenal thefts and losses, Russian ships, Northeast Regional Command, F-16 accident, etc.
20-23 Defense Files – General Equipment and Weapons, 1985-1991, 1998
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498 1-2 Defense Files – Technology, 1998
3-10 Defense Files – Weapons, 1988, 1993-1998
Includes surplus military weapons, destruction of Department of Defense weapons, conventional weapons systems, etc.
11-19 Defense Files – Guns, 1996-2000, 2004
Includes smart guns, M-1 carbine, foreign policy on guns, body armor, etc.
20-22 Defense Files – Nuclear Weapons, 1983-1985, 1998-1999, 2005
23-26 Defense Files – Missiles, 1985, 1990-1992, 1998-1999,
27 Defense Files – Carbonyl Iron Powders, 1990-1992
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499 1 Defense Files – Carbonyl Iron Powders, 1987-1991
2-16 Defense Files – Arms Control, Sale, and Transfer, 1984-1998
Also includes arms race, and arms trade.
17-28 Defense Files – Military Aircraft, Ships, etc. 1985-1998
Includes Lockheed Martin, various aircraft, DD-21, Aegis, F-15, etc.
29-47 Defense Files – Civilian Marksmanship Program, 1993-1995
Includes Maloney Bill, Civilian Marksmanship Program Act, etc.
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500 1-14 Defense Files – Civilian Marksmanship Program, 1995-1998
15-25 Defense Files – Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI Star Wars), 1985-1987,1992
26-27 Defense Files – SAG, 1985-1986
28-29 Defense Files – SALT II, 1985-1987
30-31 Defense Files – Department of Defense Authorization Bills, 1987, 2008
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501 1-6 Defense Files – Department of Defense Authorization Bills, 1985-1989, 1996-1997, 2008
Includes DoD Humanitarian Assistance program.
7-23 Defense Files – Appropriations, Budget, Costs, etc. 1984-1986, 1992-1999, 2003-2005
Includes Department of Homeland Security Grants, military requests, veterans' affairs appropriations, etc.
24-30 Defense Files – Burdensharing, 1992-1994
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502 1-3 Defense Files – Burdensharing and Residual Value, 1993-1996
4-22 Defense Files – Homeland Security, 2004-2007
Includes TSA.
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503 1-4 Defense Files – Homeland Security, 2007-2009, 2012
5-7 Defense Files – Chemical Security, 2006
8-17 Defense Files – Transportation Security, 1995-2006, 2009
Includes rail security, port security, border security, terrorism threat assessment, maritime security, etc.
18-28 Defense Files – 9/11, 2003-2005, 2010
Includes 9/11 Commission, legislation, post-9/11 intelligence, Ground Zero Vigil, World Trade Center Families for Proper Burial, etc.
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504 1-5 Defense Files – 9/11 Anniversary, 2010-2011
6-19 Defense Files – Iraq, 1991, 2003-2007
Includes oversight hearing on contracting abuses in Iraq, Iraq War, Democratic Iraq Strategy, Iraq Reconstruction, etc.
20-24 Defense Files – Middle East, 2000, 2003, 2005-2006, 2010
Includes Iran and Afghanistan.
25-28 Defense Files – Miscellaneous Iraq War, 2002-2004
Includes death notifications, Dover Air Force Base, Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Team, and bin Laden family flight.
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505 1-9 Defense Files – Contracting, 1985-1986, 2003-2009
Includes contracting in Balkans and Iraq, Contracting Act, contractor misconduct, ethics, etc.
10-22 Defense Files – Terrorism, 1985-1986, 1994-1998, 2003-2010
Includes Flatow Amendment, Pan Am 103, etc.
23-26 Defense Files – POWs and MIAs, 1994, 1996, 2003-2004, 2008
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506 1-7 Defense Files – G.I. Bill, 2006-2013
8-10 Defense Files – Military Benefits, 1995-1996, 2003-2005
11-17 Defense Files – Military Personnel, 1986-1987, 1992-1994, 2009-2010
Includes Stop Loss, yarmulkes in the military, female personnel, gay personnel, Sikh turbans, etc.
18-22 Defense Files – Veterans and Memorials, 1986, 1988-1991, 1997
Includes World War II Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Groups, etc.
23-32 Defense Files – Veterans Health, 1988-2000
Includes clinics, hospitals, nuclear exposure compensation, mental health, Head and Neck Injury Initiative, tuberculosis outbreak, etc.
33-42 Defense Files – Miscellaneous Veterans, 1993-1998, 2004-2012
Includes Veterans Benefits, Veterans Affairs, Veterans History Project, Jewish War Veterans commemorative stamp, etc.
43-48 Defense Files – Intelligence Agencies, 1986, 2003-2008
Includes FISA, NSA, CIA leak, Patriot Act, etc.
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507 1 Defense Files – NSA Wiretapping, 2005-2006
2-20 Defense Files – Military Branches, 1995-2007
Includes Coast Guard, Army Corps, National Guard, military education, etc.
21-36 Defense Files – Halliburton, 1997-2006
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508 1-7 Defense Files – Halliburton, 1998-205
8-11 Defense Files – Battleship New Jersey, 1998-2012
12-13 Defense Files – FRL Votes, 1988-2012
Includes "war votes".
14-20 Defense Files – General and Miscellaneous, 1997-2007
21-25 Defense Files – Miscellaneous, 1993-2012
Includes sanctions bill, Disneyland, Somers Point (N.J.),
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509 1-33 Defense Files – Miscellaneous, 1987-2013
Includes forest fires, war exclusion clause, Gloria Pinckneyy harassment case, military analysis propaganda, Naval National Science Scholarship, War Powers Act, etc.
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510 1-23 Education Files – Miscellaneous, 1993-2011
Includes school prayer, civil rights, daycare, disadvantaged students, foreign language, math and science, vocational education, educational tax credits, etc.
24-25 Education Files – Bullying, 2007-2011
Includes bullying issues related to cyberbullying and bullying in higher education.
26-27 Education Files – Education Grants, 1991-1994
28-29 Education Files – Impact Aid, 1989, 1995
30-37 Education Files – Higher Education Issues, 1990-1994, 2008-2011
38-40 Education Files – Affirmative Action, 1997
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511 1-4 Education Files – Computers and Technology, 1984-1985, 1996
5-6 Education Files – Teacher Training, 1988, 1999
7-9 Education Files – No Child Left Behind, 2005-2007
10-15 Education Files – Juvenile Mentoring Program (JUMP), 1996-2000
16-19 Education Files – Corporation for National and Community Service (AmeriCorps), 1995-1996
20-28 Education Files – Rutgers, 2006, 2012
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512 1-18 Crime Files – Gun Shows, 1997-2013
Includes Gunshow loopholes.
19-22 Crime Files – Gun Liability, 1994-1999
Include: City gun lawsuits.
23-24 Crime Files – Domestic Gun Industry, 1997
25-26 Crime Files – Gun Manufacturing and Trafficking, 1994-2000
27 Crime Files – Gun Shop Safety Act, 1997
30-32 Crime Files – Guns and Minors, 1993-1998
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513 1-5 Crime Files – Guns and Felons, 1993, 1995, 1997-1998
6-14 Crime Files – One Gun a Month (Joan's Law), 1993-1999
15-24 Crime Files – Guns: General, 1997-2013
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514 1-3 Crime Files – M-1 Carbines, 1996-1997
4-5 Crime Files – Million Mom March, 2000, 2006
6-8 Crime Files – Gun Statements and Talking Points, 1997, 1999-2000
9-11 Crime Files – Gun Studies and Statistics, 1994-1998
12-14 Crime Files – Gun Control, 1995-1998
15-43 Crime Files – Miscellaneous Guns, 1997-2013
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515 1-21 Crime Files – Miscellaneous Guns, 1991-2000
22-32 Crime Files – Gun Violence Victims, 1997-2000
Includes School shootings and shooting deaths.
33-36 Crime Files – Acts of Violence, 1997-1999, 2013
Incidents are Boston bombing, NJ church fires, and Waco siege.
37-39 Crime Files – Death Penalty, 1993, 2000
40-41 Crime Files – Whitewater Scandal, 1996
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516 1-18 Crime Files – Domestic Violence and Guns, 1995-1999
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517 1-21 Crime Files – Domestic Violence, 1985-2000, 2008
22-32 Crime Files – Child Abuse and Crime, 1990-1998
Includes issues on child custody, child abuse and neglect, missing children, and child support.
33-36 Crime Files – Victim Rights and Services, 1995-2000
37 Crime Files – Megan's Law, 1995-1999
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518 1-16 Crime Files – Juvenile and Youth Mentoring, 1990-1999, 2008
Includes Juvenile Mentoring Program (JUMP).
17-21 Crime Files – Youth Violence and Crime, 1995-1999
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519 1-3 Crime Files – Youth Violence and Crime, 1991-1992
4-11 Crime Files – Racial Profiling, 1998-2000
12-14 Crime Files – Hate Crimes, 1999-2000
15-16 Crime Files – Flag Burning, 1995
17-22 Crime Files – NRA, 1997-2000, 2011
23-26 Crime Files – Civilian Marksmanship, 1996-2000
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520 1-14 Crime Files – Law Enforcement, 1995-1999, 2006-2007
15-21 Crime Files – Prison Issues, 1993-1997, 2007-2008
22-37 Crime Files – Curios and Relics, 1996-1998
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521 1-6 Crime Files – Motor Vehicle Theft, 1990-1996
7-15 Crime Files – Drugs and Alcohol, 1989-1998
16-21 Crime Files – Miscellaneous, 1990, 1994, 1998
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522 1-49 Crime Files – Miscellaneous, 1990-2000, 2006, 2013
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523 1-24 Crime Files – Miscellaneous, 1988-2000, 2005-2012
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524 1-18 HUD Files – Public Housing Drug Elimination, 1988-1991, 2010
19-25 HUD Files – Homelessness, 1988-1997
26-32 HUD Files – Grants, 1985-1995
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525 1-3 HUD Files – Grants, 1995
4-11 HUD Files – Community Partnerships Against Crime Act, 1990-1995
12-13 HUD Files – Gun Violence, 1999-2000
14-18 HUD Files – Home Mortgage Market Programs, 1983-1995
19-20 HUD Files – Fair Housing Programs, 1995-1998
21-32 HUD Files – Housing Assistance Programs, 1983-1998, 2004, 2009
Includes senior housing programs, LIHEAP, etc.
33-35 HUD Files – Housing Authorities, 1997, 2009
36-38 HUD Files – FRL Positions, 1988-1990
Includes questionnaires, housing votes, etc.
39-40 HUD Files – Homeownership Programs, 1981, 1995
Includes programs such as HOPE, HOME, etc.
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526 1-22 HUD Files – Bonds, Tax Credits, Appropriations Requests, and Other Funding Files, 1987-1998, 2005
Includes Community Economic Development Programs, funding, housing loans, etc.
23-45 HUD Files – Miscellaneous, 1985-1999, 2008, 2013
Includes meeting preparation, legislation, health hazards, overview of projects, transportation, annual reports, etc.
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527 1-18 General Files – Meeting Preparation, Events, 1988-2012
19-29 General Files – Appropriations and Budgets, 1997-2000
30-40 General Files – Fundraising and Grants, 1991-2013
41-47 General Files – Campaign Finances and Government Spending, 1993-2012
48-52 General Files – Miscellaneous Government, 1988, 1998, 2000, 2005
53-59 General Files – Arts, 1987-1998
Includes Funding and grants, NEA, Nazi art theft, miscellaneous arts projects, etc.
60-78 General Files – Civil Rights, 1987-2007
Includes discrimination, parental rights, gay rights, Equal Rights Amendment, etc.
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528 1-13 General Files – Hispanic Culture, 1999, 2004-2007
14-19 General Files – Native American Culture, 1991-1997, 2012
20-22 General Files – Census Research, 1990-1999
23-26 General Files – Appointments and Nominations, 1993-1997, 2007
27-29 General Files – State of the Union, 1998-2000
30-32 General Files – Courthouse Issues and Naming, 1991, 2000, 2012
33-35 General Files Postal Service Issues, 1991, 2008, 2012
36-38 General Files – Holiday Establishment, 1989-1990, 1997
39-67 General Files – Laws and Government Regulations, 1986-2013
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529 1-13 General Files – Clinton Impeachment, 1998-1999
14-17 General Files – National Parks: Great Falls, 1993-1999, 2011
18-26 General Files – National Parks funding, Battleship New Jersey, Historic Lighthouses, 1989-1999
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530 1-18 General Files – National Parks: Ellis Island, 1991-2008
19-22 General Files – National Parks, 2008-2012
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531 1-28 General Files – National Parks, 1983-2009
Includes historical societies, museums, specific projects, etc.
29-41 General Files – Science and Technology, 1986, 1991-1998, 2008-2009, 2013
Includes NASA and other technology projects.
42-46 General Files – Social Security and Disability, 1990-2007
47-56 General Files – Urban Heritage, 1983-1999
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532 1-13 General Files – Urban Heritage, 1991-2000
14-38 General Files – Miscellaneous, 1989-2003
Includes Digital Millenium Copyright Act, FCC spectrum information, impeachment DPC documents, black community, etc.
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533 1-30 Alphabetical Subject Files: Balanced Budget – Job Training, 1980-1982
Subjects are: Balanced Budget, Banking, Budget, Caribbean, Casinos, Civil Rights, Clean Air, Congressional Black Caucus and 1983 Budget, Credit Controls, Death Penalty/Crime, Defense, DNC, Education for Handicapped Children, El Salvador, Energy, Foreign Policy, "Gays," General Policy Prescriptions, Glass Industry, Greece, Growth, Home Health, Infrastructure, International Trade, Irish Affairs, Israel, Job Training
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534 1-38 Alphabetical Subject Files: Jersey Central Power and Light Co. – World Bank, 1978-1983
Subjects are: Jersey Central Power and Light Co., Miscellaneous, National Service, National Gas, New Federalism, "New Federalism," NJ Budget, NJEA, NJOFC, NJ Pscyh, Northeast-Midwest Senate Coalition, Nuclear Freeze, Offers to Help with Issues, Orange and Rockland, Raimondo, Reagan State of the Union, Recession, Rockaway Environmental Action Committee, Rohatyn, Seafarers, Severance Tax, Small Business, Social Security, South Africa, Soviet Jewry, State Comm. Dev. Board Act, State of the Union 1983, Student Aid, Taxes, Technology, Tuition Assistance, Urban, Veterans, Water, Welfare, Women, Women's Equity Action League, World Bank
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535 1-43 Alphabetical Subject Files: Aging – Crime, 1982-1994, 1998
Subjects are: Aging, Amendment Process, American Public Health Association, Arm Sales to Jordan, Communications, Computers, Congress-related issues, Constitutional/Human Rights, Consumer, Crime
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536 1-37 Alphabetical Subject Files: Crime – Superfund, 1982-1994
Subjects are: Crime, Education, Environment, General Revenue Sharing, Health, Housing, Hudson River PCB Project, Immigration, Insurance, Ireland, Jewish Community, Judiciary, Letter Carriers, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Superfund
PRESS, 1982-2013 (62 cubic feet)
Arrangement: This series is organized into four subseries, each of which is grouped or arranged chronologically.
Summary: Lautenberg’s office collected news clippings to track information about a topic and to gauge the optics of the office in the community. The office retained both original clippings—either the whole page or the clipping by itself—and photocopies of articles. Source information was retained for some items, but the context is missing for other clippings.
The press series has been organized into five subseries based on the office’s use of the materials.
FRL Mentions are collections of articles in which Lautenberg is named in the article. The primary purpose of these clippings was to gauge how often Lautenberg was being named and in what context.
News Clippings include clippings that were of interest to the office, usually in relation to legislation with which Lautenberg was involved, and may or may not mention Lautenberg by name. The primary purpose of these clippings was to follow the progression of a topic or issue.
News Summaries were collected by the office’s legislative assistants to summarize key issues in the news to share with Lautenberg. .
Editorial Boards and Press Releases contain documents that the office used to express Lautenberg’s position on a topic, to announce new initiatives, and to make other forms of public statements.
Appraisal and Discard Information: All material in this series was retained and only duplicates were discarded.
Restrictions: This series is unrestricted.
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537 1-42 News Clippings: New Jersey Politics 1983-1986
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538 1-8 News Clippings by Topic: Taxes, 1985-1986
9-25 News Clippings by Topic: Commerce, 1983-1986
26-35 News Clippings by Topic: Foreign Affairs, 1984-1986
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539 1-14 News Clippings by Topic: Superfund, Chemicals, 1983-1986
15-18 News Clippings by Topic: Clean Water, Oceans, 1984-1987
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540 1-13 News Clippings by Topic: Radon, Environment, 1985-1986
14-19 News Clippings by Topic: Oceans, 1983-1986
21-28 News Clippings by Topic: Transportation, 1983-1986
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541 1-23 News Clippings by Topic: Miscellaneous, 1983-1986
24-35 News Clippings by Topic: NJ Government, 1984-1985, 1995-1996
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542 1-14 News Clippings by Topic: 1988 Election, 1988 September – November
15 News Clippings by Topic: NJ Newspapers, 1994
16-18 News Clippings by Topic: Miscellaneous, 1991-1997
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543 1-15 News Clippings by Date, 1996 January – June
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544 1-5 News Clippings by Date, 1996 April – July
6-16 News Clippings by Date, 1998 January – April
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545 1-15 News Clippings by Date, 1998 April – October
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546 1-8 News Clippings by Date, 1998 October – December
9 News Clippings by Date, 1998 December – 1999 January
10-15 News Clippings by Date, 1999 January – February
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547 1-17 News Clippings by Date, 1999 February – May
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548 1-15 News Clippings by Date, 1999 May – August
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549 1-14 News Clippings by Date, 1999 August – December
15 News Clippings by Date, 1999 December – 2000 January
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550 1-17 News Clippings by Date, 2000 January – July
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551 1-7 News Clippings by Date, 2000 July – November
8-11 South Jersey Clippings, 2004
12-17 Memos, Clippings, and Marked-up Articles, 1998
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552 1-33 Unsorted Clippings, 1982-2006
34-35 South Jersey Clippings, 2004-2005
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553 1-124 Political Climate Clippings, 2001-2003
125-131 Unsorted Clippings, including South Jersey, 2001-2004
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554 1-2 South Jersey Clippings, 2005-2007
3-30 2008 Political Clippings, 2008
31-44 Unsorted Clippings including FRL Obituaries, 2009-2013
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555 1-24 Faces of the Fallen, 2007-2013
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556 1-99 Unsorted Clippings, Legal size, 1984-1999
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557 1-44 Unsorted Clippings, Legal size, 1999-2013
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558 1-12 FRL Mentions, 1986 December – 1988 May
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559 1-16 FRL Mentions, 1988 June – 1990 October
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560 1-18 FRL Mentions, 1990 November – 1992 December
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561 1-15 FRL Mentions, 1993 January – November
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562 1-20 FRL Mentions, 1993 December – 1994 July
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563 1-15 FRL Mentions, 1994 August – November
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564 1-19 FRL Mentions, 1995
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565 1-21 FRL Mentions, 1995 June – 1996 November
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566 1-17 FRL Mentions, 1996 January – 1997 September
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567 1-18 FRL Mentions, 1997 September – 1998 June
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568 1-27 FRL Mentions, 1998 April – 2000 July
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569 1-24 FRL Mentions, 2000 August – December, 2003-2005 December
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570 1-29 FRL Mentions including obituaries, 2007-2013
30-45 FRL Mentions Legal size, 1978-1998
46-56 Press Releases, Legal size, 1989-1999
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571 1-14 News Summaries, 1985 January – October
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572 1-15 News Summaries, 1985 November-1986 May
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573 1-15 News Summaries, 1986 June – 1987 February
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574 1-16 News Summaries, 1987 February – May
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575 1-16 News Summaries, 1987 May – September
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576 1-15 News Summaries, 1987 October – 1988 February
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577 1-15 News Summaries, 1988 February – 1988 May
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578 1-15 News Summaries, 1988 May – 1988 September
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579 1-16 News Summaries, 1988 September – 1989 April
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580 1-15 News Summaries, 1989 April – 1989 August
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581 1-16 News Summaries, 1989 August – 1990 January
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582 1-16 News Summaries, 1990 January – 1990 June
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583 1-14 News Summaries, 1990 June – 1990 October
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584 1-15 News Summaries, 1990 October – 1991 March
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585 1-16 News Summaries, 1991 March – 1991 July
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586 1-15 News Summaries, 1991 July – 1991 December
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587 1-18 News Summaries, 1992 January – 1993 December
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588 1-16 News Summaries, 1993 December – 1994 April
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589 1-14 News Summaries, 1994 April – 1994 July
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590 1-15 News Summaries, 1994 July – 1994 October
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591 1-16 News Summaries, 1994 October – December, 1995 January, 1997 January – March
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592 1-16 News Summaries, 1997 March – 1997 August
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593 1-12 News Summaries, 1997 August – 1997 November
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594 1-24 Editorial Boards, 1985-1986
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595 1-34 News Summaries, 1986-1988, 1994
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596 1-30 FRL Newsletters and Press Releases, Legal size, 1983-1989
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597 1-25 Press Releases, 1982-1989
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598 1-34 Press Releases, 1989-2000, 2008, 2013
PROJECT FILES, 1982-2013 (81 cubic feet)
Arrangement: The project files are grouped by category designation—financials, outreach, or subject—and then arranged chronologically by year, with multi-year projects filed by the earliest date represented. The project-related subject files are further arranged in alphabetical order by topic. If Lautenberg’s office placed the materials into an accordion folder, the accordion folder has been divided into component parts and labeled as such.
Summary: The project files were maintained to ensure that Lautenberg’s office focused on, and took action on, issues important to constituents in the state of New Jersey. They were handled by his satellite offices in Newark, Camden, and Barrington. These files were compiled and maintained by various legislative assistants and project managers focused on a singular or multiple topics, and all of the materials retained reflect how an individual handled the specific files.
Project Files are broken into three component categories: outreach, financials, and subject. The outreach project files represent either specific events that Lautenberg or a staffer attended or supported as part of official Senate duties. This would include letters of support in the form of citations, ribbon cutting ceremonies, press events, and response/follow up letters for issues of concern to name a few. The financials category of project files houses requests for money to be received through a grant or by adding an organization to an appropriations bill. The subject category includes research, trends within a topic, or other updates about a topic as collected by a legislative aide. The subject headings used for this series were created by the office and generally are the same as the subject headings used for constituent mail.
The way that Lautenberg’s office handled project files changed over time as different staff members handled various projects. In the years 1983 and 1984, for example, the office grouped case files and project files together. Accordingly, there are different notes on folders and cover sheets for some of the materials, but not for others. The presence or absence of these notes or cover sheets had no bearing on how the office handled these files.
Appraisal and Discard Information: The project files only maintain materials for which action was taken. Not kept was information about events that Lautenberg or someone from his offices did not attend, or materials where no further action seems to have been taken, except in the case of subject files. Additionally, case files containing sensitive information that were found housed with project files were discarded.
Restrictions: Due to restrictions in the deed of gift, materials in this series created after 1994 are restricted for 25 years after the year of their creation. Earlier materials are available for research.
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599 1-5 Outreach, 1983
6-32 Outreach, 1984
33-53 Outreach, 1985
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600 1-15 Outreach, 1985
16-27 Outreach, 1986
28-111 Outreach, 1987
112-159 Outreach, 1988
160-201 Outreach, 1989
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601 1-51 Outreach, 1989
52-143 Outreach, 1990
144-205 Outreach, 1991
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602 1-62 Outreach, 1991
63-193 Outreach, 1992
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603 1-47 Outreach, 1992
48-156 Outreach, 1993
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604 1-174 Outreach, 1993
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605 1-92 Outreach, 1994
Restricted
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606 1-36 Outreach, 1994
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37-69 Outreach, 1995
Restricted
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607 1-14 Outreach, 1995
Restricted
15-30 Outreach, 1996
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31-41 Outreach, 1997
Restricted
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608 1-10 Outreach, 1997
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11-29 Outreach, 1998
Restricted
30-45 Outreach, 1999
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46-53 Outreach, 2000
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54-58 Outreach, 2003
Restricted
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609 1-85 Outreach, 2003
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610 1-105 Outreach, 2004
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611 1-37 Outreach, 2004
Restricted
38-112 Outreach, 2005
Restricted
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612 1-87 Outreach, 2005
Restricted
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613 1-84 Outreach, 2005
Restricted
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614 1-87 Outreach, 2005
Restricted
88-111 Outreach, 2006
Restricted
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615 1-81 Outreach, 2006
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616 1-83 Outreach, 2006
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617 1-65 Outreach, 2006
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618 1-78 Outreach, 2007
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619 1-86 Outreach, 2007
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620 1-7 Outreach, 2007
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622 1-17 Outreach, 2008
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623 1-107 Outreach, 2009
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624 1-14 Outreach, 2009
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625 1-6 Outreach, 2010
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626 1-22 Financials, 1983
23-35 Financials, 1984
36-49 Financials, 1985
50-64 Financials, 1986
65-72 Financials, 1987
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627 1-33 Financials, 1987
34-60 Financials, 1988
61-74 Financials, 1989
75-88 Financials, 1990
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628 1-38 Financials, 1991
39-57 Financials, 1992
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629 1-28 Financials, 1992
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630 1-15 Financials, 1993
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631 1-29 Financials, 1994
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632 1-9 Financials, 1995
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633 1-18 Financials, 1997
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634 1-29 Financials, 1999
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635 1-63 Financials, 2004
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636 1-16 Financials, 2005
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637 1-105 Financials, 2007
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638 1-12 Financials, 2007
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639 1-111 Financials, 2009
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640 1-6 Financials, 2009
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641 1 Outreach Legal size, 1987
2 Financials Legal size, 1987
3 Financials Legal size, 1989
4 Financials Legal size, 1996
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5 Subject: HUD Legal size, 1983
6-7 Subject: Environment Legal size, 1984
8 Subject: Environment Legal size, 1985
9-10 Subject: Commerce Legal size, 1987-1991
11 Subject: Telecommunications Legal size, 1987
12 Subject: Commerce Legal size, 1988
13-14 Subject: Defense Legal size, 1988
15-17 Subject: Defense Legal size, 1989
18-20 Subject: Legal Issues Legal size, 1993-6
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23 Subject: Health Legal size, 1996
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642 1-2 Subject: Commerce, 1983
3 Subject: Crime, 1983
4-6 Subject: Defense, 1983
7 Subject: Education, 1983
8-10 Subject: Energy, 1983
11-26 Subject: Environment, 1983
27-29 Subject: Government, 1983
30 Subject: Health, 1983
31-36 Subject: HUD, 1983
37-38 Subject: National Parks, 1983
39 Subject: Telecommunications, 1983
40-47 Subject: Transportation, 1983
49-56 Subject: Commerce, 1984
57-59 Subject: Defense, 1984
60-76 Subject: Environment, 1984
77 Subject: Foreign Affairs, 1984
78-93 Subject: Government, 1984
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643 1-11 Subject: Government, 1984
12-15 Subject: Health, 1984
16 Subject: Labor, 1984
17-18 Subject: Public Safety, 1984
19 Subject: Telecommunications, 1984
20-29 Subject: Transportation, 1984
30-38 Subject: Commerce, 1985
39-40 Subject: Defense, 1985
41-44 Subject: Environment, 1985
45-48 Subject: Government, 1985
49 Subject: Telecommunications, 1985
50-53 Subject: Transportation, 1985
54 Subject: Agriculture, 1986
55-76 Subject: Commerce, 1986
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644 1-3 Subject: Defense, 1986
4-5 Subject: Education, 1986
6 Subject: Energy, 1986
7-11 Subject: Environment, 1986
12-22 Subject: Government, 1986
23 Subject: National Parks, 1986
24 Subject: Telecommunications, 1986
25-28 Subject: Agriculture, 1987
29-42 Subject: Commerce, 1987
43 Subject: Defense, 1987
44-45 Subject: Education, 1987
46-53 Subject: Environment, 1987
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645 1-2 Subject: Foreign Affairs, 1987
3-8 Subject: Government, 1987
9 Subject: Immigration, 1987
10 Subject: Legal Issues, 1987
11 Subject: National Parks, 1987
12 Subject: Nominations, 1987
13 Subject: Telecommunications, 1987
14-16 Subject: Transportation, 1987
17-19 Subject: Agriculture, 1988
20 Subject: Appropriations, 1988
21-22 Subject: Civil Rights, 1988
23-25 Subject: Commerce, 1988
26-41 Subject: Defense, 1988
42-43 Subject: Education, 1988
44-46 Subject: Energy, 1988
47-62 Subject: Environment, 1988
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646 1-3 Subject: Environment, 1988
4-6 Subject: Foreign Affairs, 1988
7-15 Subject: Government, 1988
16-21 Subject: Health, 1988
22-25 Subject: HUD, 1988
26 Subject: Labor, 1988
27 Subject: Legal Issues, 1988
28-29 Subject: National Parks, 1988
30 Subject: Nominations, 1988
31-32 Subject: Transportation, 1988
33-37 Subject: Agriculture, 1989
38-39 Subject: Commerce, 1989
40 Subject: Crime, 1989
41-46 Subject: Defense, 1989
47-48 Subject: Education, 1989
49-53 Subject: Energy, 1989
54-64 Subject: Environment, 1989
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647 1-6 Subject: Environment, 1989
7-17 Subject: Foreign Affairs, 1989
18-27 Subject: Government, 1989
28-34 Subject: Health, 1989
35-40 Subject: HUD, 1989
41 Subject: Immigration, 1989
42-44 Subject: Labor, 1989
45 Subject: National Parks, 1989
46 Subject: Nominations, 1989
47-48 Subject: Public Safety, 1989
49-51 Subject: Telecommunications, 1989
52-55 Subject: Agriculture, 1990
56 Subject: Civil Rights, 1990
57-60 Subject: Commerce, 1990
61-63 Subject: Crime, 1990
64-67 Subject: Defense, 1990
68 Subject: Education, 1990
69-74 Subject: Energy, 1990
75-79 Subject: Environment, 1990
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648 1-17 Subject: Environment, 1990
18 Subject: Family, 1990
19-20 Subject: Foreign Affairs, 1990
21-33 Subject: Government, 1990
34-40 Subject: Health, 1990
41-45 Subject: HUD, 1990
46-48 Subject: Labor, 1990
49-51 Subject: National Parks, 1990
52 Subject: Nominations, 1990
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649 1 Subject: Public Safety, 1990
2-3 Subject: Telecommunications, 1990
4-6 Subject: Transportation, 1990
7-10 Subject: Agriculture, 1991
11-29 Subject: Commerce, 1991
30 Subject: Crime, 1991
31-39 Subject: Defense, 1991
40-41 Subject: Education, 1991
42-44 Subject: Energy, 1991
45-66 Subject: Environment, 1991
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650 1-10 Subject: Environment, 1991
11-12 Subject: Family, 1991
13 Subject: Foreign Affairs, 1991
14-30 Subject: Government, 1991
31-40 Subject: Health, 1991
41-43 Subject: HUD, 1991
44 Subject: Labor, 1991
45-47 Subject: National Parks, 1991
48 Subject: Nominations, 1991
49-50 Subject: Telecommunications, 1991
51 Subject: Transportation, 1991
52 Subject: Agriculture, 1992
53 Subject: Civil Rights, 1992
54-76 Subject: Commerce, 1992
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651 1-6 Subject: Defense, 1992
7 Subject: Education, 1992
8-9 Subject: Energy, 1992
10-32 Subject: Environment, 1992
33 Subject: Foreign Affairs, 1992
34-48 Subject: Government, 1992
49-53 Subject: Health, 1992
54-58 Subject: HUD, 1992
59-62 Subject: Labor, 1992
63-68 Subject: National Parks, 1992
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652 1 Subject: Transportation, 1992
2-23 Subject: Commerce, 1993
24 Subject: Crime, 1993
25-32 Subject: Defense, 1993
33-34 Subject: Education, 1993
35-36 Subject: Energy, 1993
37-47 Subject: Environment, 1993
48-53 Subject: Foreign Affairs, 1993
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653 1-5 Subject: Health, 1993
6-8 Subject: HUD, 1993
9-14 Subject: Labor, 1993
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23 Subject: Civil Rights, 1994
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40 Subject: Crime, 1994
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654 1-65 Subject: Environment, 1994
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655 1-6 Subject: HUD, 1994
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656 1-2 Subject: Family, 1995
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657 1-10 Subject: Environment, 1996
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658 1 Subject: Agriculture, 1997
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659 1-9 Subject: Government, 1997
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24 Subject: Legal Issues, 1997
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28 Subject: Public Safety, 1997
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29 Subject: Telecommunication, 1997
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32 Subject: Appropriations, 1998
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9 Subject: Telecommunication, 1998
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9 Subject: HUD, 2000
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10 Subject: National Parks, 2000
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11 Subject: Nominations, 2000
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12 Subject: Public Safety, 2000
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667 1-59 Subject: Environment, 2005
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53 Subject: Telecommunications, 2008
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677 1 Subject: Health, 2009
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86 Subject: National Parks, 2010
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679 1-8 Subject: Environment, 2012
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NEWARK OFFICE FILES, 1969-2013 (8 cubic feet)
Arrangement: This series is arranged in the order in which it was packed by the Senator’s office.
Summary: Lautenberg’s office kept some materials, specifically those related to VIPs and other significant items, in the Newark office for ready access. This series contains these items, which include a mixture of photographs, awards, letters, news clippings, and items from Lautenberg’s pre-Senate days. The subject matter of these files is varied. Similar materials are housed in other parts of the collection (including correspondence, press, and photographs), but these materials were gathered together due to their high profile nature and their continual use in press releases, commercials, office decoration, and other ways.
Appraisal and Discard Information: All material in this series was retained and only duplicates were discarded
Restrictions: This series is unrestricted.
Box Folder
681 1 Central Jersey Magazine - Fenwick Flattens Frank, 1982 October
2 Letter to Daughters about First Term, 1983 December 23
3 Letter from Yitzhak Rabin, 1994 May 4
4 Democratic National Convention, 1992
5 Letters from Presidents, Vice Presidents, and First Ladies, 1992-2000
6 Letters from Senators, 1996-2000
7 Letters from Administration and Foreign Leaders, 1996-1998
8-9 Letters of Congratulations Upon FRL's Retirement, 2000
10 Inauguration Ceremonies Ticket for Bill Clinton, 1993 January 20
11 Photos with Golda Meir, about 1975
12 1988 Re-election Photos, 1988 November
13 1988 Campaign Photos, assorted, 1988 Fall
14 The Record - "Lautenberg Shocks Fenwick," 1982 November 3
15 Star-Ledger - "Lautenberg Posts Victory Over Fenwick," 1982 November 3
16 1988 Election Night Photos, 1988 November
17 Star-Ledger - "Lautenberg the Winner," 1982 November 3
18 "Delegates from New Jersey Optimistic," about 1989
19 New York Times - "Lautenberg Pictures Mrs. Fenwick as 'Eccentric' Who Can't Do Job," 1982 October 21
20 Israeli Philatelic Service, 1986 January 30
21 Japan Speech, Tickets, Schedule, 1984 June 11-13
22 Political Contribution Guidelines (rules), 1988
23 The Record - "2 NJ Freshmen Join the House," 1989 January 4
24 Montclair Times - "Convention Fever Catches New Jersey Delegation," 1980 August 14
25 Photos of Swearing In at Manor Vail, Vail, CO," 1982 December
26 ADP Headshots, 1970s
27 Invitation to Sen. McGovern Fundraiser with Arthur Ashe, 1972 May 28
28 Senate Campaign - General Election Budget, Draft 1, 1982 July 16
29 Star-Ledger - ViewPOINT on Lautenberg, 1984 July 1
30 Gubernatorial Inaugural Commission, 1978 March 15
31 Lautenberg Center Third Annual Dinner, 1981 October 28
32 The Jewish News - "The Lautenberg Center, A Special Report," 1981 December 10
33 Photo of Russian Immigrant "Skolnik" and Daughter, 1978 December 7
34 Editorial on Reagan, Carter, and Israel, 1980 October 23
35 The Record - Lautenberg Article, 1999 February 18
36 Daily Schedules, 2000 October 16-20
37 Invitations from President, Senators, and Ambassadors, 1994-2000
38 Memo for November 6, 1992 November 6
39 Senator Frank Lautenberg Packet of Materials for the Floor, 1998 January 25
40 Trip to Poland/Israel, 1998 November
41 CODEL to Poland, Yugoslavia, Albania, Croatia, Israel, Jordan, 1998 November 8-21
42 Magazine Articles, 1978-1979
43 Impeachment Trial Materials for Senator Frank Lautenberg, 1999
44-45 Impeachment Trial, Pres. Bill Clinton, 1999
46 Article from Sen. Feinstein on Presidential Impeachment, 1999 February 9
47 FRL Mentions, 1982
48 FRL Mentions, 1988
49 Briefing Book for Bosnia CODEL, 1998 June 25
50 Congrats Letter from President Clinton, 2000 June 15
51 United States Senate, Leader's Lecture Series, about 1998
52 FRL Mentions, 1990s
53 Articles about Retirement, 2000 February 18
54 Campaign 94 Press Clippings, 1994 Fall
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682 1 EPA Brownfields Pilot Program Announcement Photos, 1995 July 26
2 Military Thank You Note, Operation Joint Guard Stabilization Force, 1997 October 4
3 Photos of FRL with Yitzhak Rabin at Plaza Hotel, 1992 August
4 Star-Ledger - 1988 Election Front Page, 1988 November 9
5 New Jersey Business Magazine, 1994 October
6 Remarks for Chamber, 1999 February 4
7 Lautenberg Center Dedication Program, 1973 July 1
8 Schultz Letter, Israel, 1988 March 3
9 Smoking Ban Event Photos, Newark Airport, 1990 February
10 Photo from American Littoral Society, 1999 February 12
11 Pets on Planes Event Photos, 1999 October
12 Essex County St. Patrick's Day Parade Photos, 1991 April 16
13 Photos of FRL Touring Cogen Technologies, about 1991
14 Photo of FRL with CRASH Members, 1992 July 29
15 Photo of FRL with Matt Edelman, Bergen Co. Police, about 1991
16 Photo of FRL with Bernie Wagenblast, Bergen Co. Police, about 1991
17 Beach Testing Press Conference, 1990 March
18 UN Conference on Environment and Development, 1992 June 3-14
19 Rider University Commencement Photos, 1992 May
20 Photos from an Event at PSE&G Research and Testing Laboratory, about 1988
21 NJ Transit, Essex High School Training Program, 1994 February 2
22 Photo from American Watch Association Meeting, 1991 May 15
23 Pearl Harbor Parade Photos, 1992 January 17
24 Hawaii Trip, 1991 December
25 Photos from American Water Works Event, about 1991
26 Photo from Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, 1991 September 6
27 Holland Tunnel Event, about 1991
28 National Guard Association of New Jersey Event, 1992 June 25
29 Tom Giblin Event, 1990 August
30 Harbor Event Photos, 1990 July
31 Photos with Irvington Leaders at Senior Center, 1994
32 Veterans of Foreign Wars Event Photos, 1991 April
33 Ocean City Celebration of Project Invitation Photo, 1990 December
34 Union City Police Event Photos, 1990 August
35 Atlantic City Press Conference Photos, 1991 January 9
36 IVHS Press Conference Photos, 1991 May 2
37 Photos at B.B. Wilson Elementary School, 1991 May
38 Appeal of Conscience Foundation, Rabbi Arthur Scheiner Photo, 1990 November 9
39 Secretary of Defense Hosted Dinner in Honor of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and Mrs. Rabin at the Blair House, 1993 March 15
40 Photos from Zerbrugg Adult Medical Center Event, 1992 August 3
41 National Night-Out Photos, 1992 April
42 NJ Future Event, Hoboken Terminal, 1999 November 14
43 Capitol Hill Pet Night, 2010 June 10
44 Lions Event, 1991 May
45 Photo at Volunteer Recognition Ceremony, 1994
46 Lautenberg in Bosnia, about 1999
47 Lautenberg visits the Troops in Belgrade, Serbia, about 1998
48 DARE Luncheon, 1993 September 8
49 Photo with the CIT Group, about 1988
50 Photos of Lautenberg Speaking at Stouffer Mayflower Hotel, about 1993
51 Renaissance Newark Inc, I-280 Connector Press Conference, 1991 February 4
52 Trenton Times Editorial Board, 1994 October 27
53 FRL Mentions. about 1990
54 FRL Interim Stump Speech Draft, 2003 October
55 ADP Advertisement, 1976
56 1988 and 1994 Campaign Mailers, 1988, 1994
57 Post '94 Election Articles, 1994 November
58 Philadelphia, 1987 July 14
59 Daily Schedule, 2000 December 19
60 Holiday Letter, 2000 December 19
61 New York Times Interview, 2000 July 31
62 Tribute to Senator Frank Lautenberg by Senator Joe Lieberman, 2000 October
63 Notes about Clinton Impeachment, about 1999 January
64 Packet of Materials for Trip to Balkans, 1999 May 12
65 Photo of Trenton Courthouse Groundbreaking, 1991 October 3
66 Photo of Lautenberg in Parade, about 1990
67 Photo of Lautenberg with the "Capitol Steps" at the American Water Association Dinner, 1991 May
68 Birthday Letter, Ambassador of Romania, 1999 January 23
69 Birthday Letter, Senator Cleland, 1999 February 1
70 Birthday Letter, Secretary of the Navy, 1999 January 23
71 Birthday Letter, Chief of Naval Operations, 1999 January 23
72 Birthday Letter, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1999 January 23
73 Birthday Letter, Senator John Ashcroft, 1999 January 22
74 Birthday Letter, USAF Major General, 1999 January 23
75 Birthday Letter, President Bill Clinton, 1997 January 23
76 Jazz on the Lawn, 1999 September 23
77 Congressional Holiday Ball Invitation, 1999 December 6
78 Memorial Service for Former Senator Chiles, 1999 January 28
79 Vice Presidential Trip to New York City, 1999 January 13
80 Passes to Impeachment Trial (20 in total), 1999 January
81 State of the Union Address, 106th Congress, First Session, 1999 January 19
82 Birthday Letter, President Bill Clinton, 1999 January 19
83 Herald News - "Lautenberg Enters Senate Race," 1982 March 17
84 Lautenberg meets with NY Knicks player Willis Reed, about 1987
85 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1975-1988
86 FRL Victory Speech, Election Night 2002, 2002 November 5
87 Lautenberg Speaks at a Veterans of Foreign Wars Meeting, about 1991
88 Event Honoring 20 Years of Service, 2005 March 21
89 Post-Election Night Clippings, 1988
90 Business Week cover story on ADP, 1969 May 24
91 Photo of Lautenberg as Pastry Chef, about 1991
92 Memo, Daily Schedule, 1994 October 24
93 Presidential Visit to Whippany and Somerset, 1987 October 13
94 The Record - "Missing the Message in the GOP Victory," 1994 November 11
95 "A Predictable yet extraordinary win for Lautenberg the survivor," 1994 November 13
96 "Lesson from a Republican Landslide," 1994 November 13
97 Lautenberg Parade Photo, 1990
98 "Torricelli on his ethics reprimand," 2002 August 1
99 Photo from Ronald J. Webb, USAF Colonel, about 1992
100 CODEL visit to Germany, Bosnia, and Albania, 1998 June 28 - July 3
101 "Musical Entertainment for the Presidential Aircraft," 1987 September
102 Draft of Retirement Speech, 2000 August 22
103 Political Cartoon on Lautenberg Retirement, 2001 January 16
104 Colombia CODEL Schedule, 2000 May 25
105 "Legislator of the Month" card and Lautenberg Profile, about 2000
106 Star-Ledger - FRL Article, 2001 September 23
107 Roll Call Votes, 1999 November 2
108 Article from Sen. Daniel Moynihan, 2000 April 20
109 Correspondence with Teddy Kolleck, 1999 May 19
110 "US Senator Helps Get Visa for Chernobyl Victim," 1997 March 20-26
111 "The Art of Being Frank" Article, 1996 July 19
112 Speech Draft, 1996 May 7
113 Photos at Huckley Institute of Politics, University of Utah, 1992 January 14
114 Photo of FRL and Bonnie Engelbardt with the King and Queen of Spain, about 1994
115 "Swearing In" Vail, Colorado, 1982 December 22
116 FRL Headshots, about 1988
117 Lautenberg Speaking at UJA Event, 1976
118 Photo of Lautenberg Swearing In Recreation with VP Bush, 1983 January 4
119 FRL and Mrs. Lautenberg meet President and Mrs. Reagan, about 1987
120 Photo of Lautenberg with Other Senators, 1999 April 3
121 Miscellaneous Photos, about 1995
122 Staff Photos, 1995 January
123 Make a Wish Foundation visit, 1995 October 8
124 Opening Statement for Budget Committee Markup, 1999 March 16
125 Draft Itinerary for South Korea, North Korea, and China CODEL, 2000 August 18-31
126 Remarks to AASHTO Breakfast, 2000 February 1
127 Daily Schedule, last day in office, 2000 December 6
128 Photos with President, VP, First Lady, other Senators, and VIPs, 1998
129 World Trade Center Explosion Photos, 1993 March
130 Forbes Magazine 70th Anniversary Event, 1987 May 28
131 Eighth Annual Dinner Honoring Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg, 1992 May 4
132 Vice President comes to help Jim McGreevey in New Jersey Governor's Campaign, 1997 July
133 Hellenic American Event, 1993 September
134 Roll Call Vote, 1993 June 15
135 FRL with Kitty Kelly at Independent Action Dinner, 1991 May
136 Blueberries Distribution Photo, 1992
137 Lott Polish Airline Event, 1990 April
138 Photo with Andrea Mitchel, 1995 May
139 Invitation to Congressional Holiday Ball, 1995 December 5
140 Photos of Jersey Shore Flooding, Highlands Visit, 1992 December
141 Photo with Lana Spector Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids, 1997 Winter
142 Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids, 1997
143 Polish Constitution Day, Photos and Program, 1997 May 1
144 Photos from Howard Baker Jr, with former Presidents Ford and Carter, 1983 December 9
145 Photo with John and Annie Glenn, 1993
146 FRL with VP Al Gore and Sen. Joe Lieberman, 1998 April 14
147 Miscellanous Office Documents, 1990s
148 CODEL Lautenberg/Harkin, 2000 August 18-September 1
149 Miscellaneous Photos in Office, 1983-1995
150 Press Clips, 1988-1993
Box Folder
683 1 Sima Dokur Book Project, 2007 May 22
2 Sima Dokur Book Project, Misc, 2003-2007
3 Steve Sheppard Book, Sima Dokur, 2003 December 12
4 Sima Dokur Book, original, 2004 September 17
5 Steve Sheppard Book Project Memos, 2003 September-October
6 Sima Dokur Book Project, 2003 June 23
7 Sheppard Book Project, 2003 July 14
8 Sen. Lautenberg Book Concept, Amy Hill Hearth, 2009 May 20
9 Photo with President Clinton, 1996 January 24
10 Garden State Cancer Center "A Night on Broadway" photo, 1996 January 24
11 '88 and '94 Campaign Political Cartoons, 1988, 1994
12 Lautenberg Media Pulse Analysis Presentation, 1994 September
13 1994 Campaign Focus Group Presentation, 1994 February
14 Campaign Research, Presentation of Findings, 1994 August
15 Presentation of Findings, Poll of 600 NJ Voters, 1993 July
16 Proposal to Conduct Research for the Lautenberg Campaign, 1993 June
17 Notes from Appointment Book, 2002 October 1-December 11
18 Campaign Research, Presentation of Findings, 1994 March
19 1988 Campaign Photo Sheets, 1988
20 1982 Campaign Photo Sheets, 1982
22 Honorary Degrees, 1975-1981
23 Photo Album, Port Authority of NY and NJ, 1983 May 9
24 Photo Album, CODEL Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica, 2000 January 7-19
25 Photo Album, CODEL Lautenberg, 2000 August 18-30
26 Packet Materials, Senate Farewell, 2000 December 12
27 Tuesday Evening Introduction of Shimon Peres, 1976
28 50th Anniversary Commemoration of WWII, 1995 November 8
29 Text of Yitzhak Rabin Eulogy, 1995 November 20
30 Photos from Nguyen Hao Tam, about 1998
31 Photo Sheets from Unidentified House Party, about 1975
32 1982 Election Sample Ballots, 1982 June 8
33 Photos from Israeli Embassy Event Honoring Netanyahu, 1996 August 16
34 Funeral Mass for Hon. William Joseph Brennan Jr., 1997 July 29
35 Daily Schedule, 1996 March 17, 18
36 Letter from Nguyen Hao, 1995 August 23
37 Daily Schedule, 1996 February 1
Box Folder
684 1 Preliminary Memorandum Concerning Referral of Office of Independent Counsel, 1998 September 11
2 '94 Campaign Headlines, 1994
3 Photos of Lautenberg on Campaign Trail, 2002
4 Invitation to Dinner from President and Mrs. Carter, 1979 March 26
5 Democratic National Committee Photos, 2000 October 18
6 53rd Presidential Inaugural Ball Ticket, 1997 January 20
7 US Senator Frank Lautenberg's Washington Report, 1984 Spring
8 Invitation from President and Mrs. Carter, 1981 January 12
9 Honorary Degree from Rutgers University, 1981 May 21
10 Honorary Degree from Bloomfield College, 1989 April 29
11 Honorary Degree from William Paterson College, 1983 May 19
12 Honorary Degree from New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1982 April 22
13 Honorary Degree from Ramapo College, about 1983
14-15 Personal Files from Lautenberg/Dawkins Campaign, 1988 September
16 Daschle, 2004 October 7
17 Notes, 1975 October 1
18 Dinner with Prime Minister Rabin Knesset, 1976
19 Notes on Foreign Affairs, about 1975
20 AIPAC Congratulations Letters, 1990 December 11-21
21 Rutgers-Newark School of Law Graduation, FRL Speaker, 2001 May 25
22 Photos of Lautenberg Being Presented with the Rutgers Medal, 2000 May 4
23 Dawkins, 1988 October 6
24 Lautenberg with Sen. Lieberman and Gov. McGreevey, about 2000
25 Photos from UJA Mission to Israel, 2001 October 23
26 '88 Campaign Fundraising Notes, 1987-1995
27 Personal Notes, 1992
28 CODEL Lautenberg Photo Album, 1998 June 28-July 3
29 CODEL China Photo Album, 2000 August
30 Photo Album from Puerto Rico Trip, 1989 August 31
31 Address by Prof. Jerzy Bafia concerning Nazi Crimes in Poland, 1979 July 30
32 50th Anniversary NATO Summit, 1999 April
33 Leaders Lecture Series, Mike Mansfield Remarks, 1998 March 24
34 Convocation in Honor of Lautenberg, 2000 June 19
35 Lautenberg Center Brochure, about 1988
36 Program from Tribute to Senator Frank Lautenberg, 1994 May 9
37 President with Prime Minister Begin, 1978 September
38 Closing Remarks New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Debate, 1988 October 11
39 Photos from Visit to Hong Kong and Macau, 2000 December 5
40 US Senator Lautenberg Cable Town Meeting, about 1990
41 Assorted Photos, 1995-2000
42 US Senator Frank Lautenberg's Washington Report, 1985 Winter
43 US Senator Frank Lautenberg's Washington Report, 1984 Spring
44 US Senator Frank Lautenberg's Washington Report, 1984 Fall
45 Drunk Driving Update from US Senator Frank Lautenberg, 1983
46 US Senator Frank Lautenberg's Washington Report, 1984 Summer
47 Invitation to Signing of the Egyptian-Israeli Peace Treaty, 1979 March 26
48 Congressional Record, Death Announcement of FRL's sister, 1983 March 8
49 National Conference of Christians and Jews, New Jersey Region, 1977 November 16
50 Lautenberg in Columbia Business School Club of New York, 1980 November
51 Holiday Card from President Carter and the First Lady, 1981 December
52 Event hosted by Gail and Gerald M. Ronson, 1983 February 12
53 ADP Album pages, 1969 - 1970s
54 Campaign Album Clips, 1980s
Box Folder
685 1 Photo of Lautenberg in London for the Joint Israel Appeal, 1979 May
2 Voice - "Lautenberg Speaks, Daughter Earns Law Degree at Yeshiva," 1993 June 23
3 Lautenberg at Military Event, about 1998
4 Lautenberg at NJ Troops Event, about 1994
5 McGuire Air Force Base, 1991 March
6 Photo from Charles Dick Medal of Merit Award Ceremony, 1997 March 15
7 Photo with Senator Mark O. Hatfield, 1994 September 23
8 Letters from Work with UJA, 1969-1979
9 Philadelphia Inquirer Front Page, 2000 June 7
10 Steven SJ Visit Photo, 1991 February 1
11 Photo with Bonnie Engelbardt, Dan Quayle, and his family, about 1992
12 Certificate of Election, 2002 December 20
13 "If I Forget Thee, O Jerusalem" from UJA, 1975 October 9
14 Letters from Issacher Miron, 1975 April 18, April 24
15 Invitation from Dr. and Mrs. Kissinger, 1974 December 17
16 Telegram from Stanley Bogen, 1974 January 22
17 Telegram from Yosef Tekoah, 1975 March 23
18 Letter from Richard Leone, 1978 May 18
19 Invitation to Dinner with Sec. Rumsfeld and Shimon Peres, 2004 December 12
20 Dinner Invitation from President and Mrs. Ford, 1976 January 27
21 Letters from Shirley 1969 December 1, 1971 August 23
22 Article about Yitzhak Rabin, 1976 January 28
23 Photos from Bangkok, Danang, 1995 July
24 Invitation to Dinner in Honor of Yigal Allon, 1976 January 7
25 Photo of Lautenberg with Golda Meir, about 1975
26 Photo from Russian Jewish Congress Dinner, 1997 February 5
27 CODEL Trip to Iraq, about 1990
28 McGuire Air Force Base, 1991 March
29 Photos of Lautenberg in Israel with UJA, about 1980
30 UJA Meeting, about 1980
31 Letter from Dr. Sandberg, 2003 March 22
32 Rutgers Holiday Card, 1996
33 Night on Broadway Program, 1995 October 22
34 Photo from Oslo Accord with Rabin, Clinton, and Arafat, 1993
35 Photo in Abu Rudeis Oil Fields, 1975
36 Photo with Al Gore Signing Legislation, 1994 November 9
37 Lautenberg with First Lady, about 1997
38 Photo with March of Dimes Poster Child, 1985
39 Photo from Dinner with President, 1997 June 16
40 Photo with Vice President Al Gore, 1997 December 15
41 Photos with Greene at Omaha Beach Cemetery, about 1995
42 Photo from CODEL to Poland by Lt. Col. Pusey, 1998 November 30
43 Photo of UJA Prime Minister's Mission: Moscow-Israel, 1992 August 28-30
44 Photo of Clinton signing Balanced Budget Act, 1997 August 5
45 Campaign Results, 1994 May 4
46 Photos of Lautenberg at Germershim Maintenance Center, 1983 December 10
47 Photos of Lautenberg with Government Officials, 1982-2000
48 FRL Photos, 1982-2000
49 FRL Photos, 1982-2000
50 Photos to The Orthodox Union, 1975-2000
51 Letter from NJ District US Attorney Faith S. Hochberg, 1996 November 21
52 Egyptian-Israeli Peace Treaty, 1979 March 26
53 Photos of Lautenberg at a Parade, about 1992
54 Lautenberg at Unidentified Event, about 1992
55 Lautenberg at Jewish War Veterans Event, about 1994
56 WWII Event Photographs from Congressman Richard Ray, about 1995
57 Lautenberg Speaks at Aviation Event, about 1992
58 Lautenberg Speaks at Northern NJ American Society of CLU and ChPC, about 1992
59 Lautenberg Speaks at an Event in DC, about 1987
60 Lautenberg Speaks at an Unidentified Event, about 1988
61 Photos from Jewish War Veterans Event, about 1994
62 Photos of CODEL to Vietnam, 1995 July 4
63 Photos of CODEL to Vietnam, Hanoi, 1995 July
64 Photos of Lautenberg Speaking at NJ Transit Event, 1988
65 Photos from CODEL to Vietnam, Hanoi, 1995 July
66 Photos from CODEL to Vietnam, 1995 July 5
67 Photos from CODEL to Vietnam, 1995 July 5
68 Photos of CODEL to Vietnam, 1995 July
69 Photos from CODEL to Vietnam, 1995 July 2
70 Lautenberg Speaks at an Event, about 1984
71 Negatives of Lautenberg Campaigning for Florio, about 1989
72 Lautenberg in Parade, about 1994
73 Lautenberg Speaks at Florio Event, about 1994
74 Lautenberg with Danny Newman, ex- Mayor of Brick Twp, about 1996
75 Lautenberg on a Naval Base, 1992 July
76 Lautenberg Speaking, about 1994
77 Lautenberg Speaks at Asbury Park Event, about 1994
78 Lautenberg at NJ Fireman's Association Meeting, about 1994
79 Lautenberg Speaks at Werner Lambert, about 1988
80 Cape May, about 1994
81 Lautenberg in Ocean City, about 1994
82 Lautenberg Speaks at City of Paterson, about 1994
83 MARC/NAHRO Conference in Absecon, NJ with Richard Fox, 2000 April
84 Lautenberg at Giants Event, about 1998
85 Lautenberg at an Event at Compton's Restaurant, 1991 February
86 Lautenberg at a Conference, about 2000
87 Photos from CODEL to Vietnam, 1995 July
88 Lautenberg and Lieberman in Jerusalem for Rabin Funeral, 1995 November
89 "Steven Press," 1991 July
90 Lautenberg Speaks at Faith Event, about 1991
91 Photos with Sen. Levin, Willstone, and Ambassador Ben Elissar, 1996
92 Photo with Bill Clinton, 1994 November 24
93 Lautenberg with Commander of USS Alaska, about 1998
94 Lautenberg Speaks on NJ Business Labor, about 1988
95 Bush Chickenhawk Bumper Stickers, about 2005
96 NJ State Capitol Postcard, about 1990
97 Letter to Dr. Neil Sushner, 2000 June 28
98 Photo at HOPE VI Grant Awards, 1999 September 1
99 "Return to Vietnam" Materials, 2000 May 30
100 Photo of Lautenberg with Yitzhak Rabin, about 1994
101 UJA Materials, 1975-1977
102 Event at Newark International Airport, 1992 May 12
103 Inaugural Guide to Washington, 1977 January
104 Photo of Lautenberg with Moshe Dayan, about 1978
105 Lautenberg with Menachem Begin and Melvin Dubinski, about 1978
106 Lautenberg Speaks with President Chaim Herzog, about 1980
107 Lautenberg at a White House Event, Luncheon with UJA, 1978 February
108 Letter from Sen. Moynihan, 2002 December 10
109 Collage of Swearing-In Ceremony, 1995 January 4
110 Lautenberg at an Environmental Cleanup Event, about 1988
111 Forbes Magazine Article on ADP , 1978 January 23
112 Lautenberg Tours a Nuclear Facility, about 1988
113 Reception for Prime Minister Barat, 1999 July
114 Program for 50th New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce Congressional Reception and Dinner, 1988 February 4
115 Lautenberg Speaks at the Biomedical Marketing Association, about 1994
116 Lautenberg Speaks at the General Services Administration, about 1994
117 Negatives, 1989 Fall
118 Lautenberg Dances the Hokey Pokey with Seniors in Trenton, 1987 April 15
119 GSA Ground-Breaking, 1991 September 30
120 Photo of Lautenberg with DC Interns, 1999 Spring
121 Photos from Glassboro Housing Event, 1991 October 19
122 Photos from Atlantic Strike Teams Commissioning Ceremony, 1991 November 18
123 Photos from International UJA Event in Amsterdam, 1978 February
124 Pictures from Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation, 1992 January 20
125 Lautenberg at Senate Immigration Hearing at Ellis Island, 1997 August 11
126 Photos for Archive, about 1990s
127 Photos from Fourth Annual PSEKA Cyprus Conference, 1993 April 30
128 Materials from ADP Album 1969-1970s
129 Balanced Budget Act Signing Photos, 1997 September 4
130 Lautenberg Receives the George Fadon Golden Strike Award, about 2000
131 Photo with Bill Clinton, Al Gore, and other Senators, about 1998
132 Photos from Campaign Launch, 1992 April 2
133 Photos from ISTEA Event in Secaucus, 1997 July 21
134 Photos of Lautenberg with Jewish Leaders, UJA Events, 1970s
135 Lautenberg at Unidentified Event, about 1996
136 Photos from Event at Liberty State Park, about 1995
137 Photos of Lautenberg and Rep. Pallone Touring COB, 1991 February 22
138 Lautenberg at National Guard Association Event, about 1998
139 Lautenberg at JCP and L Event, about 1994
140 Lautenberg at Religious Pro-Choice Event, 1992 April 22
141 Photos at Paulsdale National Historic Landmark Dedication, 1991
142 Photos from a Dinner Celebration, NATO, 1998 October 1
143 Lautenberg at an Event, about 1994
144 Lautenberg with Marine and Constituents at a Hospital, about 1996
145 Lautenberg at Swearing-In, about 1998
146 Lautenberg with Another Senator, about 2002
147 Lautenberg with Children, about 1998
148 Lautenberg at a Brick Township Event, about 1994
149 Lautenberg Speaks at the Veterans of Foreign Wars, about 1994
150 Lautenberg at AIPAC Event, about 1996
151 Lautenberg signs an Autograph, about 1994
152 Negatives, about 1990
153 Lautenberg visits Seniors, about 1994
154 Lautenberg with Constituents, likely at a Polish Cultural Event, about 1994
155 Rally at Liberty State Park for Troops, 1994 February 3
156 Mothers Against Drunk Driving Event, about 1992
157 Photos in DC, about 1994
158 Lautenberg at National Strike Force Event, about 1998
159 Lautenberg at Naval Event, 1991 May
160 Lautenberg at Gloucester County Coast Guard Press Conference, 1991 May 2
161 Photos from School Visit, about 1998
162 Lautenberg at a Transportation Event, about 2000
163 Lautenberg at a Press Conference, about 2000
164 With PM Begin at Egyptian-Israeli Peace Treaty, 1979 March 26
165 Lautenberg with UJA Leadership, about 1977
166 Mr. and Mrs. Lautenberg at an Event, about 1970
167 Shimon Peres Autograph to Lautenberg's children, Josh and Lisa, 1975 November 12
168 1978 UJA Leadership, 1977 August 30
169 "This Year in Jerusalem" UJA Annual Conference Program, 1976 October 24-31
170 UJA 1976 Study Conference, 1976
171 Holiday Card from Carter's Office, about 1978
172 Lautenberg Speaks on KOI Yisrael Panel, about 1980
173 Lautenberg with Rabbi Alfred Gottschalk, about 1982
174 Lautenberg at a Press Conference, about 1994
175 Lautenberg at an Event, 1992 July
176 Photo of Beach Pollution about 1998
177 Photo from the Star-Ledger, about 1994
178 Lautenberg at Groundbreaking Ceremony, 1991 September 30
179 Lautenberg Accepts the WIZO Humanitarian Award, about 1998
180 Glenn Avenue Photos, Union Township, 1989 October
181 UJA Prime Minister's Mission, 1975 August 24-28
182 Lautenberg gives a Speech, 1991 September
183 Lautenberg at New Jersey Business Event, 1989 October
184 Lautenberg with Essex Co, Sheriff, Tom D'Aessio, 1989 October
185 Pulaski Day Parade, New York City, 1989 October
186 Lautenberg at Military Event, about 1998
187 Lautenberg with Constituents, about 1994
188 Lautenberg Speaks at the Shore, about 1996
189 Lautenberg in an Aircraft, about 1994
190 Lautenberg Accepts Honorary Degree, about 1988
191 Lautenberg at a Press Conference, about 1982
192 Lautenberg with Shimon Peres, about 1982
193 Jerusalem Post, Special UJA Prime Minister's Mission Supplement, 1975 August 25
194 Mrs. Lautenberg at a Group Meeting, about 1976
195 UJA Event with Golda Meir, about 1975
196 Sailboat Photo, about 1976
197 Lautenberg in an Interview in Tel-Aviv, about 1980
198 "Off the TV" Pictures from PrimeTime TV Live, about 1986
199 Photo of Lautenberg Participating on Panel on Prohibition of Cigarette Sales to Children, Senate Finance Committee, 1990 May 24
Box Folder
686 1 Lautenberg for Senate, 2002
2 1982 Campaign Photos, 1982 Fall
3 Photos from State of the Union Address, Peace Accord, and Other Events, 1992-1997
4 Storyboard Presentation, Lautenberg Campaign Media Strategy, 1988 August 10
5 Headline Featuring Lautenberg and Children, 1988 November 10
6 FRL Memo, 1988 July 28
7 Lautenberg Welcomes Home Troops, about 2003
8 Lautenberg with Sima Dokur and Children, 1995 January
9 Sen. Lautenberg Transportation Opportunity Center Opening, 2003 September 29
10 Photos from Education Event in Honor of Sen. Lautenberg, about 2000
11 Photos with Miss Universe, 2001 November
12 Rutgers Law School - Newark Convocation, 2001 May 25
13 Letter from Dean Blechman, 2002 February 25
14 Thank You Notes, 2002
15 Thank You Letters, 2001
16 Thank You Letters, 2001
17 Swearing In 1994, 1994 December
18 Thank You Note from Anne and Vernon Jordan, about 1990
19 Clip from Senate Run Announcement, 1982 March 17
20 Lautenberg in New York Times, 2004 June 4
21 Lautenberg Speaks at an Al-Jazeera Run Event, about 2002
22 Letter to Seabout of State (Schultz) about Middle East, 1988 March 3
23 Grand Opening of Frank R. Lautenberg Children's Park, 2005 October 31
24 Education Event Honoring Sen. Lautenberg, about 1996
25 Fourth Annual Salute to Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg, 1987 April 20
26 Photo with President Bush and Matryoshka Doll, about 1988
27 Autographed Photo from Gov. Jim McGreevey, 2002 October 12
28 Lautenberg Headshots, about 1998
29 Swearing In Materials, 1989 January
30 Annual Dinner 1994, 1994 May 9
31 Congrats Letters, 2001/2002
32 Letter from Arnold Amster, 1983 October 19
33 American Jewish Committee Tribute to Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg, 2002 April 9
34 Transportation Opportunity Center, Lautenberg Dedication, 2003 September 29
35 Private Reception Post-Election, 1994 November 8
36 Miscellaneous Event Photographs, about 1986-2000
37 NJ State Conference of American Polonians, 1991
38 Letter from Robin L. Higgins, 2000 October 25
39 Letter Around the Word, 1990
40 Letter from Bill Clinton in Honor of Rosh Hashanah, 2000
41 Financial Disclosure Forms, 1990 May 24
42 Photos from Trip to Kosovo, 2000 January 4
43 Finnish Stamp Collection, 1978
44 CODEL to Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica, 2000 January 7-19
45 RSVP Letters, 1994-1995
46 Photos with Military Officials, 1991
47 Lautenberg with Different VIPs, about 1990
48 Holiday card from Lautenberg's Office, about 2003
49 Thank You Notes to Lautenberg, 2000 October
50 Letter Concerning Pete Dawkins, 1989 March 7
51 Apology Letter from Sen. Torricelli's Office, 1997 July 22
52 Letter from Joe Lieberman, 2000 November 2
53 USDOT Administration Letter, 2000 September 15
54 Address to the Joint Session of Congress, 1993 September 23
55 Press Roundtable of US Assistance for Plan Colombia, 2000 June 7
56 Lautenberg on Ski Trip, about 1998
57 Briefing Book, CODEL to Bogota Colombia, 2000 May 31 - June 3
58 Briefing Book for CODEL to Australia and New Zealand, 2000 January 7-19
59 Letters from Other Senators, about 1997
60 Assorted Personal Letters, 1998-2000
61 Event at Iwo Jima Statue, about 1988
62 Lautenberg with Ray Liotta, 1992 March
63 Lautenberg with Ambassador of Chile, 1994
64 Copies of Correspondence pt 1 of 2, 1991-1994
65 Copies of Correspondence pt 2 of 2, 1991-1994
66 Majority Trust Utah Ski Weekend, 1992 March 6-8
67 Notes for Sunday, about 1994
68 Letter from John D. Rockefeller IV, 1991 January 2
69 Birthday Letters from Military Officials, 1998 January 20
70 Autographed Letters from Hillary Rodham Clinton, Al and Tipper Gore, 1993-1998
71 Program from Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 1992 September 24
72 UJA Prime Minister's Mission, 1992 August 23-31
73 Welcome from Brigadier General James Hobson Jr., 1992 April-December
74 Israel Trip, 1992 August 20
75 Schedule for Presidential Trip to NJ, CT, AK, and IL, 1999 November 4-5
76 Menu from the Hotel Inter-Continental, Zagreb, 1970 December
Box Folder
687 1 Album of President Carter Materials, about 1980
2 Environmental Committee Group Photo, 1996
3 "The Challenge of 1976" UJA Conference, 1976
4 The Jewish News 1976 January 26
5 Photo of Jimmy and Rosalyn Carter, Signed, about 1980
6 Holiday cards from American Politicians, about 1977
7 Program from Pres. Bill Clinton's Inauguration, 1993 January 20
8 Clips about work with ADP, about 1950-1979
9 Lautenberg with Sen. Barack Obama, NJPAC Event, about 2006
10 Autographed Golf Score Card by Bill Clinton, about 1997
11 Brochure from 1982 Campaign, 1989 January
12 Sample Ballot from 1982 Election, 1982 November 2
13 Political Cartoon, 1994 October 20
14 Program from Balanced Budget Act, signed, 1997 August 5
15 Swearing in with George H.W. Bush, 1989 January
16 Campaign Support Letter to Donald Trump, 2009 January 29
17 American Pride Book, 2004
18 Brochure, "Lautenberg for US Senate; Working for you!," about 1994 October
19 Re-election Congratulations Letters, 2002
20 Lautenberg with Sharp James and Jim McGreevey, about 2003
21 At Signing of Balanced Budget Act, 1997 August 5
22 Letter from Nesima Dokur, 2008 February 27
23 Star Ledger Viewpoint - "Fast Learner," 1984 July 1
24 Statement of Senator Frank R. Lautenberg on his Plans for 2000, about 1999
25 Re-election Congratulations Letters, 2008 November
26 Photos from Sen Lautenberg's Post Office and Courthouse, 2000
27 Columbia Business School Annual Dinner Program, 2005 April 27
28 FRL Packet April 11, 2012 April 11
29 Program for White House Hanukkah Celebration, 2006
30 Letter from Executive Director of NJ Transit, 2009 December 14
31 Photos of Lautenberg with Other Senators, about 1998
32 Review of Polling Data, 1982 Election, 1982 August 24
33 Poll Regarding State Worker Layoffs, Pay Freeze, 2009 November 24
34 Senator Lautenberg's Schedule, 2012 June 4
35 Notes from Agenda Book, 1988 May 19
36 Lautenberg at Grand Marshall in Salute to Israel Parade, 2000 October 23
37 Lautenberg with President Bill Clinton, 2000 October 23
38 Letter from ADP Employee, 1992 January 15
39 Letter from Ray Lesniak, 2008 November 30
40 Senator Lautenberg's Schedule, 2011 September 20
41 Senator Lautenberg's Schedule, 2011 September 27
42 Senator Lautenberg's Schedule, 2011 September 27
43 Senator Lautenberg's Schedule, 2011 September 26
44 Senator Lautenberg's Schedule, 2011 September 29
45 Senator Lautenberg's Schedule, 2011 September 28
46 April 1982 Calendar plus notes, 1982 April
47 May 1982 Calendar, 1982 May
48 Notes, 1987 March 25
49 CODEL Lautenberg, 1998 November 10-21
50 Clinton Signs Law to Make .08 BAC Standard, 2000 October 23
51 Draft Remarks for Jim McGreevey Birthday Fundraiser, 1997 August 27
52 World War II Speech Draft, about 2006
53 Senator Lautenberg's Schedule, 1997 October 8
54 Clash Over Tobacco Funds Emerges in Senate, 1998 March 18
55 "Lautenberg Goes Out On A Limb to Defend Clinton," 1998 February 7
56 "Senators Agree to Proposed $1.10 Increase on Cigarettes," 1998 March 28
57 Letter from John Hilley, 1997 September 25
58 Lautenberg with Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, about 2002
59 Lautenberg with Warren Beatty, about 1998
60 "3 Clinton Strategies Paying Off,' about 1998
61 Washington Post - "Clinton, GOP Both Claim Budget Victories," 1997 July 30
62 Press Releases about Smoking, 1997 October 23
63 Lautenberg at the South Pole, 2000
64 Senator Lautenberg Trading Cards, 1998
65 Gaza Strip Map, 1993 October
66 Lautenberg and Bonnie Engelbardt at an Event, about 1996
67 Congratulatory Letter, 1994 November 15
68 Gloucester County General Election Results, 1994 November 4
69 Rabbi Shah Shacknai Memorial Lecture Program, 1995 March 13-15
70 Congratulatory Letter from Sen. Kempthorne, 1994 November 29
71 Senator Lautenberg's Schedule, 2000 December 12
72 Lautenberg at Fundraiser, 1987 October 11
73 Lautenberg in Morristown NJ Chamber of Commerce with Pres. Reagan, 1987 October
74 With Moroccan Ambassador's Wife at Celebration of King Hassan's Birthday, 1999 Winter
75 "Bush Looks to Asia and the Issue of Economics," 1989 February 19
76 Courier News - "Campaign Cash Flows Freely," 1988 June 19
77 Newsletter from Almarco Trading Corp, 1992 November 10
78 Letter from Hebrew University - Hadassah Medical School, Jerusalem, 1995 April 15
79 Article featuring Senator Lautenberg in Harper's Ferry, about 1984
80 NJEA PAC Election Section, about 1982 October
81 Letter to Torricelli, 1998 May 7
82 Notes about Moynihan, Thompson, Torricelli, 2000 September 12
83 Census Bureau Certificate, about 2000
84 Program for DNC's New York Presidential Gala Celebration, 1994 June 27
85 Place Cards from Various Dinners, 1994-1999
86 Program from Presidential Medal of Freedom Ceremony for George F. Mitchell, 1999 March 17
87 Program from a Tribute to Senator Frank Lautenberg, 1997 December 15
88 Notes for Lautenberg and the State of the Union Address, 1988 January 25
89 Program from Dinner in Honor of the Prime Minister of Ireland, 1999 March 17
90 Program for Congressional Crab Feast at White House, 1994 June 23
91 Program from First Annual Salute to Sen. Frank Lautenberg, 1984 February 5
92 Luncheon in Honor of the Ladies of the Senate, 1986 May 20
93 Program from Third Annual Salute to Sen. Frank Lautenberg, 1986 April 14
94 Dinner Invitation in Honor of the Prime Minister of Japan, 1999 May 3
95 Program from Columbia Business School Annual Dinner, 1983 April 11
96 Invitation to Inauguration and Inaugural Ball for President Clinton, 1997 January 20
97 Invitation to Dinner with Ambassador Chung-dong Choong-ku, 1983 August 12
98 Mailer for Televised Town Hall Meeting, 1988 October 15
99 Dinner Invitation from President of the Korea Development Institute, 1983 August 11
100 Luncheon Invitation from Korean Traders Association, 1983 August 12
101 Lautenberg Senate Mailer, about 1988
102 Invitation to Montclair Chamber of Commerce, 1983 May 15
103 Invitation for Mrs. Lautenberg to Attend Lunch with Mrs. Reagan, 1983 May 16
104 Dinner with New Members of Congress, 1983 January 6
105 Dinner Invitation to Korean Assembly, 1983 August 13
106 White House Barbeque Invitation from Pres. And Mrs. Reagan, 1983 October 3
107 Lautenberg with Al Gore, 1996 December 7
108 Program from Dinner Honoring Prime Minister of Japan, 1999 May 3
109 Photos about 1998
110 "Memo for Sunday," 1994 October 23
111 Misc. Photos, about 1981
112 Brochures from 1988 Campaign, 1988 October
113 Lautenberg with Seal, about 1988
114 County-by-County Results, 1994 November
115 Letter from Tom Daschle, 1994 November 10
116 Mada's Sister's Book Review, 1992 October 16
117 Lautenberg, McCarrick on Human Rights Mission, 1987 August 26
118 Caricature of Sen. Lautenberg, about 1988
119 1994 General Election Results, 1994 November 28
120 Congratulatory Letter from Strom Thurmond, 1994 November 9
121 Congratulatory Letter from Japanese Ambassador Takakaza Kuriyama, 1994 November 9
122 Congratulatory Letter from Korean Ambassador Seung-Sou Han, 1994 November 9
123 Letter from David Sivella, 1994 October 19
124 Congratulatory Letter from D. James Baker, 1994 November 10
125 Thank You Letter from President Clinton, 1994 November 8
126 Congratulatory Letter from Sen. Mikulski, 1994 November 10
127 Congratulatory Letter from Sen. Specter, 1994 November 9
128 Congratulatory Letter from Sen. Bob Graham, 1994 December 2
129 Holiday Letter from Sen. Strom Thurmond, 1994 December
130 Congratulatory Letter from Sen. Durenberger, 1994 November 10
131 Congratulatory Letter from Admiral J.M. Boorda, 1994 November 9
132 Congratulatory Letter from John H. Dalton, 1994 November 9
133 Letter from Ted Kennedy 1994 November 11
134 Ceremony for Israeli-Palestinian Agreement Signing Program, 1993 September 13
135 AIPAC Bay State Club Reception, 1995 April 2
136 Lautenberg at an Event in Montclair, about 1979
137 Israel/Egypt Trip Files, 1991 April
138 Leningrad Postcard from the Shapiros, 1987 September 4
139 Eloise Burg, 1994 September 27
140 State of the Union Address Program, 1988 January 25
141 Letter from Al Gore, about 1997
142 CODEL Authorization Letters, 1991 March
143 Schedule for CODEL to Israel, 1991 March 25
144 AIPAC Policy Conference, 1995
145 World Cup 1994 Ticket, 1994 June 18
146 Campaign 88 New Jersey Reporter, 1988 September
147 Secaucus Junction Rail Station Dedication Ceremony, 2003 September 9
148-149 2002 Reelection Congratulations, 2003 January
150 Photos from Keynote at Special Gifts Dinner at the Jewish Community Federation of Metropolitan New Jersey, 1982 December 8
151 Pre-Office Photographs, about 1960-1975
152 Train Station and Post Office Dedications, 2003
153 NJ Performing Arts Center, FRL Honored for "20 Years of Service," 2002
154 Lautenberg Signs Voting Books, about 1998
155 Lautenberg with Al Gore, 1994 October 10
156 Lautenberg at Centennial Celebration in Essex County, about 1980
157 National Democratic Committee Fundraising, 1977 June
158 Lautenberg with Deputy Prime Minister Yigal Allon, 1975 April
159 Photos from NJPAC Event with Senator Lautenberg, 2002
160 Photos from "An Evening for Frank Lautenberg," 2006
Box Folder
688 1 Clinton Impeachment Materials, 1999 January 8
2 Help Save the Earth Beach Clean Up Event Photos, 1991 June
3 Info Packet, CODEL to New Zealand and Antarctica, 2000 January 14-18
4 Photos at Helen Kramer Landfill, 1993 January 7
5 World War II Memorial Commission Appointment Certificate, 2006 December 8
6 Photos at McGuire Air Force Base, Welcome Home Troops, 1991 March
7 McGuire Air Force Base, 1991 March
8 Photos from Jewish War Veterans Event, 1991 April
9 FRL and Gov. Whitman at Naval Base, about 1998
10 Drafts of 9/11 Speech, ADP, 2001 September
11 EPW Committee, 103rd Congress, about 1994
12 Photos from Superfund Event, 1994
13 CODEL to Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica, 2000 January 7-19
14 Veteran's History Project Certificate, 2012 May 23
15 Opening Night Speech Notes, 1975 September 30
16 Thank You, United Order True Sisters Cancer Camp, about 2007
17 MOTBY Certificate of Appreciation, about 1999
18 Herald News - "Going Back in Time," 1982 March 20
19 Lautenberg in the Jerusalem Post, 2009 June 10
20 Senatorial Parking Passes and Plates, about 1994-2000
21 Office Name Plate, about 2000
22 FRL in Cardozo Life, 2006 Spring
23 Letter from American Foreign Service Association, 2013 June 4
24 Letters from Rabbis, 2011-2012
25 The Record - "The Race is On," 2008 June 8
26 Invitation to Barack Obama Presidential Inauguration, 2009 January 20
27 Book - Foundations for Osteopathic Medicine , 1997
28 Book - The Road to Bellapais, 1983
29 Book - The Trimtab Factor, 1984
30 Book - Jersey City: A City in Socio-Economic and Political Change, 1984
31 Book - Where to Eat in New York, 1950
32 Book - New Jersey: A Postcard Tour of the Garden State, 2005
33 Book - Edwin B. Forsythe; Late A Representative from New Jersey, 1984
34 Office Guestbook, 2004-2006
35 Honorary Degree - Kean University, 2000 May
PHOTOGRAPHS, 1970s-2012 (7 cubic feet)
Arrangement: The photographs are arranged by date. If the photographs were housed in albums, their order has been maintained.
Summary: The photographs consist of negatives, prints and slides that were primarily received or created by Lautenberg’s office as part of his Senatorial and political activities. These photographs were taken at a variety of functions, some of which include outreach events, campaign functions, and formal photograph sessions. Included are candid shots, formal photographs, reproductions, and autographed photographs sent to Lautenberg. The photographs were taken by different people, including staffers and professional photographers. If a professional photographer is credited, that information is noted on the back of the print itself and on the item folder, wherever possible. The photographs also include materials from before Lautenberg took office.
Appraisal and Discard Information: Negatives without clear positives, illegible or hard to interpret prints, and blurry photographs or photographs with no clear subject focus were discarded.
Restrictions: This series is unrestricted.
Box Folder
689 1 Large Crowd Attending Sermon in Israel (possible reproduction), about 1960s
2 FRL at Black Tie Formal, about 1970
3 FRL Headshot, about 1970
4 FRL with Golda Meir, about 1975
5 FRL Headshots for UJA and ADP, about 1975
6 FRL with UJA Officials at UJA Dinner Event, about 1975
7 Jewish Agency Meeting with President Gerald Ford, 1975 September 8
8 Lautenberg Speaking at UJA Prime Minister's Mission to Israel, with Shimon Peres, about 1977
9 FRL with President Gerald Ford, about 1977
10 "This Year in Jerusalem" Event, about 1977
11 Governor Brandon Byrne Inauguration, 1977
12 Newark Airport Interior, 1977 May 23
13 Newark Airport Exterior, 1977 May 23
14 Fundraising Party for Democratic National Committee, 1977 June
Includes Bert Lance (Director of the Office of Management and Budget), Steve Ross (CEO of Warner Communications), and Hugh Carey.
15 FRL in Israel, about 1978
16 FRL with Walter Mondale and Fetterman at King David Hotel Jerusalem, about 1978
17 FRL with Prime Minister Menachem Begin, 1978 September 17
18 FRL with Elie Wiesel, Holocaust Committee, 1979 May
19 FRL with Max Fisher, 1979 June
20 The Jewish Agency-American Section, Inc., 1979 June
21 FRL at the Jewish Agency with Gideon Patt, Minister of Commerce and Industry, 1979 July
22 FRL with First Lady Rosalynn Carter, 1979 July 19
23 FRL with Isaac Stern, American Friends of the Hebrew University, 1979 December
24 Israel Tennis Center, about 1980
25 Representative Jim Florio and Others Exiting Helicopter, about 1980
26 ADAPSO Event, 1980 June
Association of Data Processing Service Organizations (ADAPSO).
27 Rabbinical College of America, 25th Jubilee Celebration, 1980 June 16
28 UJA Board Dinner, Group Photo with Herb Brody, 1981 November 22
29 FRL at Ski Lodge (possibly "swearing-in" at Vail, CO), about 1982
30 FRL Headshots, about 1982
Includes negatives.
31 FRL with (possibly) Katharine Elkus White at Political Event, about 1982
32 FRL in Discussion with Constituents, Listening Tour in Backyard During the Campaign, about 1982
33 FRL and Rep. Donald M. Payne with African American Leaders Campaign Event, about 1982
34 FRL Headshot, about 1982
35 FRL in the ADP Office, about 1982
36 FRL with Preschool Children, Campaign Event in Newark, NJ, about 1982
37 Lautenberg at Campaign Event, about 1982
38 FRL at Campaign Event with Constituents, about 1982
39 FRL and Senator Bill Bradley at Campaign Event at Brendan Byrne Arena, about 1982
40 Passaic County "Democrats Care" Campaign Event, about 1982
41 Contact Sheets – Campaign Rally with Mayor Collins, 1982
42 FRL Constituent Outreach, Campaign Event in Paterson, NJ, 1982
43 Contact Sheets – Campaign Event with Former Vice President Walter Mondale at a Baptist Church, 1982
44 Contact Sheets – Newark Walk Campaign Event, 1982
45 Contact Sheets – Senator Ted Kennedy Campaign Support at Rally in Trenton, NJ, 1982
46 FRL with Senator Ted Kennedy at Campaign Event, 1982
47 Televised Campaign Debate, 1982
48 Contact Sheets – 1982 Campaign Events, 1982
49 Contact Sheets – Senator Pat Moynihan Press Conference Supporting Lautenberg, 1982
50 FRL Speaking with Constituent at Campaign Event, 1982
51 Photos from the Campaign Trail, 1982 and 1988
52 FRL Senate Race Announcement at ADP, 1982 March
Includes contact sheet.
53 Contact Sheets – Conference on Aging Senatorial Forum, 1982 May 12
54 Senator John Glenn Campaign Fundraiser in New York City, NY, 1982 September
Lehman Brothers, Inc. and Laurence Tisch at event.
55 FRL Visit to 7 Eyewitness News with Candidate Millicent Fenwick, 1982 October
56 Election Night in Newark, NJ, 1982 Campaign, 1982 November 2
57 Contact Sheets – Election Eve at Campaign Headquarters, 1982 November 2
58 Contact Sheets – Election Day, 1982 November 3
59 FRL Giving Speech in Hotel Ballroom, about 1983
60 FRL at Clean Water Event, Belford, NJ, about 1983
61 Contact Sheets – NJIT Panel Discussion, about 1983
Includes negatives.
62 FRL with Mayor Barbara Boggs Sigmund in Senate Office (possibly on first day in office), about 1983
63 FRL at American Veterans (AMVETS) Event, about 1983
64 South Jersey Development Council, about 1983 May 29
65 Interns and FRL, 1983-1999
66 Turkey CODEL, 1983
Includes postcards.
67 Re-enacted Swearing-in Ceremony with George H. W. Bush, 1983 January 3
68 FRL with Family and President George H. W. Bush, Commemoration of Swearing-in, 1983 January 3
69 Contact Sheets – Swearing-in Ceremony, 1983 January 3
70 FRL with Yitzhak Rabin, 1983 March
71 FRL with Students at Event, 1983 April 17
72 Interns with Camden Mayor, Arnold Webster, and FRL on Capitol Building Steps, 1983 June 23
73 South Jersey Office Opening, 1983 July
Photographs also include Representative Jim Florio, Mayor Randy Primas, Freeholder Brenda Bacon, and others.
74 United Jewish Appeal Events, 1983 August
75 UJA Campaign Uniting the Generations Visit to Israel, about 1984
76 Lautenberg Playing Baseball, about 1984
Includes negatives. Senator Bill Bradley also identified.
77 Cultural Alladay, about 1984
78 FRL at Jewish War Veterans Event, about 1984
79 FRL at Meeting, about 1984
80 FRL at Office, about 1984
81 FRL Shore Location Interview with Channel 29, about 1984
82 FRL with Desmond Tutu, about 1984
83 FRL at Disabled American Veterans Event, about 1984
84 FRL with Naval Veterans, about 1984
85 FRL at an Event, about 1984
86 FRL at an Event with Representative Bill Hughes, about 1984
87 Salem County Fundraiser, about 1984
88 Lautenberg Cable Town Meeting, about 1984
89 "We Are One" UJA Event with Senator Rudy Boschwitz of Minnesota, about 1984
90 Contact Sheets – FRL at a Meeting, about 1984
91 African American Church Event, about 1984
92 FRL Headshots, about 1984
93 FRL Posed Photographs, about 1984
94 FRL Posed Photographs, about 1984
95 Photographs from the Office, 1984-1986
Majority of the photographs are of Lautenberg with artists and their works at an art exhibit in 1986. Includes contact sheets.
96 Gloucester County Event, 1984
97 Contact Sheets – Archbishop Peter Gerety's 10th Anniversary as Archbishop of Newark, NJ and HUD Redevelopment Grant for East Orange, NJ, 1984
Office notes "Bishop Gerety," but photograph was likely from his time as Archbishop of Newark, NJ.
98 Contact Sheets – Consumer Federation of America Speech, 1984 February 8
99 FRL with Joe Clark, Principal of Eastside High School, Paterson, NJ, 1984 March 15
100 International Conference of Parliamentary Spouses for Soviet Jewry Congressional Dinner, 1984 April 4
101 Contact Sheets – Senate Hearing, 1984 April 25
102 Contact Sheets – Somerset Town Meeting, 1984 May 29
Includes negatives.
103 Environment and Public Works Committee, Trenton Meeting on Superfund Reauthorization, 1984 June 4
With Governor Kean and NJ DEP Commissioner Bob Hughey.
104 FRL with Mrs. Riggi, Awarding WWII Medals, 1984 June 14
Includes negatives and contact sheet.
105 Lautenberg at a Car Airbag Safety Demonstration, 1984 July 30
Includes negatives and contact sheet. FRL pictured with Allen Breed, developer of airbag technology, and Richard M. Downs, Jr.
106 Contact Sheets – MID Awards and Children's Television Act (Kid Vid) Press Conference, 1984 August 6
107 Contact Sheets – Press Conference with FRL, Senator Bill Bradley, and Others, 1984 September 19
108 Lautenberg Visits with Seniors, about 1985
109 Lautenberg Meeting with Constituents, about 1985
110 Lautenberg in a Conference Room, about 1985
111 Contact Sheets – TV Appearance, Cable Town Meeting, about 1985
Includes negatives.
112 Haddonfield Town Meeting, about 1985
113 Contact Sheets – Lindenwold Refinery Visit, about 1985
Includes negatives.
114 Contact Sheets – Community Outreach Event, about 1985
Includes negatives.
115 Clean Waterway Speech with Bill Bradley, about 1985
116 Community Outreach at Community Center, about 1985
117 FRL at Conservation Site, about 1985
118 FRL at Housewares Store, about 1985
119 FRL Giving Speech, about 1985
120 FRL's Official Headshot, about 1985
121 Burlington County Loyalty Day Parade with Rep. Jim Saxton and Freeholder Director Martha Bark, about 1985
122 FRL with New Jersey Nets and at a Nets Game, about 1985
123 FRL Giving Speech at Cape May Convention Hall, about 1985
124 Group Picture for UJA Prime Minister's Mission to Israel, about 1985
125 FRL and Group Outside Airplane, about 1985
126