Chronological Files of Lawrence M. Baskir, 1/1978 - 12/1978


Chronological Files of Lawrence M. Baskir, 1/1978 - 12/1978

Chronological Files of Lawrence M. Baskir, 1/1978 - 12/1978


This series consists of copies of correspondence, memorandums, and reports relating to the duties, tasks, and projects assigned to the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs in such areas as analysis of draft legislation impacting Treasury programs, replies to congressional staff on pending bills and legislative issues, responses to constituents on Treasury related legislative matters, on-going liaison duties with congressional staff on various pending bills, preparing briefs for Treasury managers prior to their congressional hearings and appearances, and administrative related tasks such as hiring staff and recommending staff for promotions. The records concern such specific matters as legislation effecting the Bureau of the Mint with the introduction of the Susan B. Anthony dollar coin, the transfer of Treasury currency to the Smithsonian, the Secret Service protection of the Secretary of the Treasury, and Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) issues on gun control, explosives tagging, and cigarette smuggling.

2 linear inches

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Anthony, Susan Brownell, 1820-1906 (person)

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