Contains 11 Results:
A large collection of letters primarily from Wilson's constituents and his replies concerning the Dual Compensation Act. Lots of personal information, praise for Wilson as a Congressman and other information. In June 1963 the Civil Service "Commission submitted a proposal to Congress to replace the current obsolete, complex, and inequitable laws relating to the Federal civilian employment of retired military personnel with a single simplified dual-compensation law."
A small collection of letters primarily from Wilson's constituents and his replies & 1 news clipping, Lyn Nofziger, "Rep. Vinson Hits Pentagon Ruling," San Diego Union (n.d.). The contents of this folder are mainly negative reactions to the President's Commission of Equal Opportunity in the Armed Forces' report headed by Gerhard A. Gessell. Wilson also critiqued this report.
A collection of letters from Wilson's constituents, his replies, the Bureau of Naval Personnel, the Office of the Secretary of the Navy, Bureau of Yards and Docks, U.S. Navy Public Works Center (San Diego) & others regarding inequities in the current housing law and regulations for Naval personnel.
A small collection of letters & two news clippings. Examples are: a fascinating letter to "Rep. WILSON" from "the young lady 'in white' that you met when your delegation to the Paris Air Show attended the Douglas Aircraft cocktail party," comments on a Drew Pearson story on the Paris Air Show & enclosed news clipping, a copy of "The Week in Washington - Rep. Wilson Tells of Narrow Escape At French Air Show" (S.D. Union (6-7-65) & receipts for costs to visit Air Show.
A small collection of letters & 1 news clipping containing Wilson's letter to Michael Trbovich re/ proposed design of a medal commemorating Dr. Jonas Salk, letter appointing Wilson member of the Shipbuilding Committee & a packet of corresp. & a news excerpt re/ gold reserves and balance of payments.