Robert N. Giaimo Papers. undated, 1956-1981.


Robert N. Giaimo Papers. undated, 1956-1981.

Robert Nicholas was raised in North Haven, CT. Giaimo was a member of the 86th-96th Congresses from the Third District of Connecticut (New Haven area) from 1958-1980. During his twenty-two years, he served on the House Budget Committee, the House Commission on Information and Facilities, the Joint Committee on Intelligence, the House Appropriations Committee, and its subcommittees on Department of Defense, District of Columbia, Treasury Postal Service and General Government, Legislative Branch, and Housing and Urban Development.


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Legal Services Corporation (corporateBody)

Bernie Sisti (person)

Northeast-Midwest Economic Coalition (corporateBody)

Atkinson Construction Company (corporateBody)

Foremost Foods Company (corporateBody)

Hospital Equipment Company (corporateBody)

PLO (corporateBody)

Lucson Industrial Corporation (corporateBody)

National Taxpayers Union (corporateBody)

FTC (corporateBody)

Brown Bolty Advertising (corporateBody)

Hill Neighborhood Corporation (corporateBody)

Eli Whitney Museum (corporateBody)

Consumer Product Safety Commission (corporateBody)

Washington Roundtable Of New England Council (corporateBody)

Spanish Cultural Association (corporateBody)

John Egan (person)

Graphic Designs Group (corporateBody)

Ice Yacht Club (corporateBody)

American Council for World Freedom (corporateBody)

Hoggson and Pettis Manufacturing Company (corporateBody)

Jim Dull (person)

Neighborhood Corporation (corporateBody)

Pete Villano (person)

Bruce Y. Candelaria (person)

Right Wing Organizations (corporateBody)

Ironworkers Political Action League (corporateBody)

Coplan & Sons (corporateBody)

Terminal Taxi Company (corporateBody)

American bar association (corporateBody)

BIOGHIST REQUIRED In 1971 the American Bar Association formed a committee to prepare a study "...on the respective powers under the Constitution of the President and of the Congress to enter into and conduct war." The committee was chaired by Lyman M. Tondel, Jr. and the project was funded by the Association's Fund for Public Education which in turn contracted with Columbia University to carry out the study. The staff included Abraham D. Sofaer, Project Director and Adjunct Professor of Law at C...

Federal Bureau of Investigation. (corporateBody)

Bisaillon Association (corporateBody)

Joelle Fishman (person)

Aircraft Radio Industries, Inc. (corporateBody)

Friends Committee on National Legislation (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Lobbying organization affiliated with the Society of Friends. From the description of Friends Committee on National Legislation issuances, 1983-1985. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754872331 Biographical/Historical Note Lobbying organization affiliated with the Society of Friends. From the guide to the Friends Committee on National Legislation issuances, 1983-1985, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Lance, Bert, 1931-2013 (person)

Willie Ruff (person)

Retail Clerks' International Association (corporateBody)

Retail clerks union (AFL). From the description of Papers, 1931-1952. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 36336305 ...

The American Party (corporateBody)

Goodpseed Opera House Foundation (corporateBody)

American Parents Committee (corporateBody)

American revolution bicentennial commission (corporateBody)

The United States Bicentennial was a series of celebrations and observances during the mid-1970s that paid tribute to the historical events leading up to the creation of the United States as an independent republic. The Bicentennial culminated on Sunday, 4 July 1976, with the 200th anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. From the guide to the American Revolution Bicentennial Commission papers MSS. 0074., 1974-1976, (W.S. Hoole Special Collections Library, The ...

Annunziata Mariani (person)

Indian Point Club Association, Ltd. (corporateBody)

Blake, Whitney (person)

Metro Life Insurance Company (corporateBody)

New England Pipe Cleaning Service (corporateBody)

National Endowment for the Humanities (corporateBody)

Congressional Management Foundation (U.S.) (corporateBody)

East Haven Shoreline Association (corporateBody)

Milford Entertainment Civic Association (corporateBody)

Consumer Federation of America (corporateBody)

Connecticut Audubon Council (corporateBody)

Trident Missile Control Center Cooling System (corporateBody)

United Mine Workers (corporateBody)

Department of the Interior (corporateBody)

Moon, Stephen (person)

Robert Thompson (person)

New Haven Legal Assistance Association (corporateBody)

Art Pine (person)

Federal Power Commission (corporateBody)

La Junta for Progressive Action, Inc. (corporateBody)

Community Action Agency (corporateBody)

Pop Warner (person)

Motor Lines, Inc. (corporateBody)

Blue Ribbon Food./G.&G. Packing Company (corporateBody)

ATT (corporateBody)

Environment, Inc. (corporateBody)

Coalition for New Foreign Policy (corporateBody)

American Cynamid Association (corporateBody)

Arthritis Foundation. (corporateBody)

Wilbur Smith and Associates (corporateBody)

Carl, Albert (person)

Redevelopment Agency (corporateBody)

Health Institutions (corporateBody)

U.S. Information Agency (corporateBody)

Conservative Caucus (corporateBody)

Federal Maritime Commission (corporateBody)

New England Regional Center (corporateBody)

Milford Creative Guidance, Inc. (corporateBody)

National Bureau of Standards (corporateBody)

John Chambers (person)

King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968 (person)

Martin Luther King, Jr. (b. January 15, 1929, Atlanta, Georgia –d. April 4, 1968, Memphis, Tennessee) was an American Baptist minister and activist who was a leader in the Civil Rights Movement. He is best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights using nonviolent civil disobedience. King helped to organize the 1963 March on Washington, where he delivered his famous "I Have a Dream" speech. In 1964, King received the Nobel Peace Prize and in 1965, he helped to organize the Selma to M...

Shelley Wright (person)

Institute for Congress. (corporateBody)

National Council of Senior Citizens (corporateBody)

Banner Fabrications, Inc. (corporateBody)

Astronauts Memorial Commission (corporateBody)

Wilbur Mills (person)

National Association of Businessmen (corporateBody)

Helen Jackson (person)

National Alliance of Senior Citizens (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Federal Aviation Association (corporateBody)

American Federation of Teachers (corporateBody)

Joyce Wheeler was a member of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT), a national teachers' labor union founded in 1900. She was particularly active in the United Action Caucus (UAC), a rank and file organization within the AFT. The UAC took stands on various issues within the American educational system, supported progressive politics in general, and campaigned for internal democracy within the AFT. Members of the Communist Party USA are thought to have played an important role in the UAC. Wh...

Egan, John J. (person)

Epithet: KC British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000817.0x00018e ...

Kennedy, John F., 1942- (person)

ConRail (corporateBody)

The Consolidated Rail Corporation (Conrail) was incorporated in Pennsylvania on February 10, 1976, for the purpose of taking over the viable portions of the Penn Central Transportation Company and other bankrupt Northeastern railroads as determined by the 1975 Final System Plan of the United States Railway Association. Conrail''s securities were owned by the federal government for funds advanced, and by its employees for wage and hours givebacks. Initial operation was as troubled and unprofitabl...

Committee for the Investigation of the NCAA (corporateBody)

Chet Holifield (person)

AFSCME (corporateBody)

Charter granted 1936; full name: American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees. From the description of Office of the president collection, 1927-1962. (Wayne State University). WorldCat record id: 28419205 From the description of Office of the secretary-treasurer collection, 1926-1968. (Wayne State University). WorldCat record id: 28419214 ...

National Emergency Training Center (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Roni Moffitt (person)

H.N. Industries (corporateBody)

Sign Association (corporateBody)

Enrico Fermi (person)

New England Regional Committee (corporateBody)

American Security Council (corporateBody)

The New England Council (corporateBody)

Council for Competitive Economy (corporateBody)

Coalition for a Democratic Majority. (corporateBody)

Fairfield County Veterans' Memorial Association (corporateBody)

Right to Win Organization (corporateBody)

Yankee Engineering Company (corporateBody)

Sun, Myung Moon (person)

New Haven Boys Club (corporateBody)

Blackworkshop Inc. (corporateBody)

Environmental Groups (corporateBody)

Foreign Claims Settlement Commission (corporateBody)

Ferris Engine Company (corporateBody)

Federal Reserve Bank (corporateBody)

Nellis Air Force Base (corporateBody)

Coalition for New Foreign and Military Policy (corporateBody)

Mildin Institute (corporateBody)

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (corporateBody)

US-Canada Interparliamentary Group (corporateBody)

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. (corporateBody)

Health Care, Inc. (corporateBody)

Democratic Congressional Committee (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Sleepy Giant Health Group (corporateBody)

Cooperative Education Centers (corporateBody)

A.C.L.U. (corporateBody)

Capitol Hill Women's Political Caucus (corporateBody)

Connecticut Bar Association (corporateBody)

Marilyn Bain (person)

James Altham (person)

Carafa Construction (corporateBody)

Brookings Institute (corporateBody)

Macintosh, Douglas Clyde, 1877-1948 (person)

Douglas Clyde Macintosh was Professor of Theology at the Yale Divinity School from 1909 to 1942, and Emeritus Professor until his death in 1948. A native of Canada, Macintosh was denied U.S. citizenship by a Supreme Court decision in 1931 because of his refusal to make a blanket agreement to bear arms in defense of the U.S. From the description of Douglas Clyde Macintosh papers, 1907-1980 (inclusive). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702152680 ...

Commission on More Effective Government (corporateBody)

Brotherhood of Railway and Airline Clerks (corporateBody)

Giaimo American Defense Preparedness Association (corporateBody)

Energy Council Powers (corporateBody)

Meyer, Mrs. W. H. (person)

Water Pollution Control Group (corporateBody)

Mike Miller (person)

Norris Machine and Tool Company (corporateBody)

East Haven Senior Citizens Center (corporateBody)

Char-Len Handbags, Inc. (corporateBody)

New London Laboratory Underwater Systems Center (corporateBody)

Ireland. Environmental Protection Agency (corporateBody)

Administrative History The Environmental Affairs Agency was formed through a series of executive actions in the 1970s, in order to maintain and enforce existing environmental laws in California. The agency played an integral part in the development of California's environmental policies, some of which were the first of their kind nationwide. However, the agency was never formally established in statute, and its haphazard development reflected...

National League of Cities (corporateBody)

Merit Food Services (corporateBody)

United Food and Commercial Workers (corporateBody)

West Rock Convalescent Hospital (corporateBody)

May, Jonathan (person)

Select Committee on Aging (corporateBody)

Shellfish Research Center (corporateBody)

New England Regional Commission (corporateBody)