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Congressional Record Inserts, 1962

 File — Box: 38, Folder: 7
Identifier: Folder 7

Scope and Contents

A large collection of letters, news clippings, postal cards, Congressional Record excepts, magazine articles, speeches & telegrams. Examples are: brief communication between a Coronado constituent and Congressman Wilson re/ Evening Tribune article - "Why Did the Stock Market Tumble?;" letter and article "Are You Alert To Communist Infiltration" by Ginny Wells; Cong. insert related to San Diego Auditor and Comptroller Fred Lawrence's "The Municipal Finance Officers' Heritage and Challenge;" a letter from Bryce N. Harlow (Procter & Gamble) criticizing Medicare and JFK; small collection of items related to "The Phil Gordon Memorial Award for Public Relations in the Direct Selling Industry;" request for reprints from the Suffolk County American Legion for Wilson's July 12 "JFK: Pressure and the Press;" small packet of letters and other items related to San Diego downtown development; packet of materials related to Project Concern & reprint from the San Diego Magazine; a 13 page copy of Colonel N.R. MacIntyre (USMC, Ret.) "Close Air Support - A Primary Weapon;" a copy of Dr. Martin T. Camacho's Radio Broadcast, "Echoes of Portugal" (5 pp. Station WLYN, 10/14/62); many examples of Wilson's use of inserts in the Congressional Record to stress politically conservative positions & agendas, especially in foreign relations.


  • created: 1962


Conditions Governing Access

Access to some records is restricted, please consult with Special Collections & University Archives staff for details. Patrons wishing to use the Robert C. Wilson Papers must sign a "Researcher's Agreement," a copy of which can be obtained from Special Collections & University Archives staff.


From the Collection: 0.00 Linear Feet

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections & University Archives Repository

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