Graham Arthur Barden Papers, 1934-1960


Graham Arthur Barden Papers, 1934-1960

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AFL-CIO (corporateBody)

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Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) (corporateBody)

The Emergency Conservation Work (March 31, 1933 - Jan. 1, 1942; renamed, Civilian Conservation Corps in 1937) was just one of the many relief programs established by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to aid in the effort to curb rising unemployment and to lift the "spiritual" morale of the country. Rather than create an autonomous governing agency, Roosevelt used the existing departments of War, Agriculture, Interior, and Labor and established an Advisory Council, consisting of repres...

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Arlington National Cemetery (Arlington, Va.) (corporateBody)

United States. General Accounting Office (corporateBody)

The Office of the First Comptroller was created in 1789 by the act establishing the Treasury Department. His responsibilities included final approval of all settled accounts, keeping records relating to receipts and disbursements of public funds, and keeping copies of contracts. In 1817 the Comptroller's functions relating to military accounts were turned over to the newly created office of the Second Comptroller, and in 1849 some of his functions relating to customs accounts were turned over to...

United States. Public Housing Administration (corporateBody)

United States. Federal Housing Administration (corporateBody)

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United States. Department of Justice (corporateBody)

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United States. Department of Defense (corporateBody)

Proposals to coordinate the activities of the military services were initially considered by U.S. Congress in 1944. Specific plans were put forth in 1945 by the Army, the Navy, and the Joint Chiefs of Staff . In a special message to U.S. Congress on December 19, 1945, President Harry Truman proposed creation of a unified Department of National Defense. A proposal reached Congress in April 1946, but was held up by the Naval Affairs Committee held hearings in July 1946 due to objections to the con...

Federal Trade Commission (corporateBody)

Home Owners' Loan Corporation (corporateBody)

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Jacksonville Recreation Facilities (USO) (corporateBody)

Civil Aeronautics Administration. (corporateBody)

Clinton Post Office (corporateBody)

Air Direction Center Calypso, N. C. (corporateBody)

Davis, Clarence Alba, 1892-1974 (person)

Lawyer. From the description of Reminiscences of Clarence Alba Davis : oral history, 1967. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122587197 ...

Pharmacy Corps (corporateBody)

Rural Electrification Administration. (corporateBody)

Jacksonville (Onslow Co.) Post Office (corporateBody)

LC (corporateBody)

Federal Works Agency. (corporateBody)

Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Corp. (corporateBody)

Jacksonville Post Office (corporateBody)

Voice of America (Organization) (corporateBody)

The Voice of America Forum Lectures in American Poetry series was broadcast internationally by the Voice of America radio program, which covered topics in the arts and sciences in mid-twentieth century America. From the description of Voice of America Forum Lectures in American Poetry series scripts, circa 1965. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702202512 American governmental agency broadcasting by radio to audiences in foreign countries. From the description of Vo...

New Bern Post Office (corporateBody)

Pivers Island Federal Research Laboratory (corporateBody)

Labor Standards (corporateBody)

CSC (corporateBody)

New Bern Airport (corporateBody)

Subcommittee on Safety & Compensation (corporateBody)

Western Union (corporateBody)

War, Department of (corporateBody)

Veterans Life Insurance (corporateBody)

Institute of Government (Chapel Hill, N.C.) (corporateBody)

Cash (person)

Warren, Lindsay (person)

Kenansville (Duplin Co.) Post Office (corporateBody)

Federal Power Commission (corporateBody)

Stallings Air Force Base (corporateBody)

Subcommittee to Amend P.L. 815-874: Quantico Schools (corporateBody)

Mid-East North Carolina Airport (corporateBody)

Subcommittee on Mine Safety (corporateBody)

North Carolina Council on Civil Defense. (corporateBody)

WPTF. (corporateBody)

East Carolina Regional Housing Authority (corporateBody)

Congress (corporateBody)

North Carolina Highways and State Highway Commission (corporateBody)

Merchant Marine Academy (corporateBody)

War Claims Commission (corporateBody)

Subcommittee on Federal Aid to Education (corporateBody)

Service Academy (corporateBody)

Carolina Power and Light Company (corporateBody)

Air Force (corporateBody)

George Meaney (person)

Federal Aeronautics Administration (corporateBody)

Federated Cooperative Exchange (corporateBody)

Subcommittee on Labor Standards (corporateBody)

Public Health Service (corporateBody)

New River Works Progress Administration (corporateBody)

National Association of Manufacturers (U.S.) (corporateBody)

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IRS (corporateBody)

Reconstruction Finance Corporation (corporateBody)

Maritime Commission (corporateBody)

Naval Academy (corporateBody)

Post Office Department (corporateBody)

Howard University (corporateBody)

North Carolina (corporateBody)

Subcommittee on Special Education (corporateBody)

Subcommittee to Investigate Welfare and Pensions (corporateBody)

Forest Service, U. S. and N. C. (corporateBody)

Cannon, ... (person)

Goldsboro (Wayne Co.) Post Office (corporateBody)

Croom (person)

Cuthrell (person)

North Carolina. Salt Marsh Mosquito Study Commission (corporateBody)

Advisory Commission on the Study of Higher Education (corporateBody)

State Department (corporateBody)

Murray-Dingell-Rhodes (person)

Morehead City Airport (corporateBody)

Joint Subcommittee on Defense Production (corporateBody)

Sno-White Restaurant (corporateBody)

Coastal Plain Experiment Station (corporateBody)

Wild Life Resources Commission (corporateBody)

Commerce, Department of (corporateBody)

Frank Slay (person)

Cason, ... (person)

NLRB (corporateBody)

Southern Baptist Mission (corporateBody)

Subcommittee on Investigation of Federal Educational Activities (corporateBody)

Office of Production Management. (corporateBody)

NDEA (corporateBody)

United Nations (corporateBody)

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Trenton (Jones Co.) Post Office (corporateBody)

Federal Flood Insurance Program. (corporateBody)

Camp Lejeune (corporateBody)

New Bern (Craven Co.) Post Office (corporateBody)

MacArthur (person)

Navy, Department of (corporateBody)

Jones Onslow Electric Membership Corporation (corporateBody)

Morehead City Hospital (corporateBody)

Office of Price Stabilization (corporateBody)

Carraway (person)

International Typographical Union (notebook) (corporateBody)

Clinton School (corporateBody)

Surplus Commodities Corporation (corporateBody)

Clinton Chamber of Commerce (corporateBody)

Special Subcommittee on Federal Aid to School Construction (corporateBody)

Goldsboro Health Center (corporateBody)

Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee (corporateBody)

Office of Price Administrations (corporateBody)

Subcom. on Federal Aid for Library Service (corporateBody)

Subcommittee on Aid to the Blind (corporateBody)

United States. Southeastern Power Administration (corporateBody)

Housing Administration (corporateBody)

Subcommittee on Longshoremen's & Harbor Workers' Compensation Act (corporateBody)

AFL-CIO Building and Construction (corporateBody)

Subcommittee to Extend Minimum Wage to American Samoa, Guam, etc. (corporateBody)

Democratic Party, National and State (corporateBody)

Swanaboro U. S. O. (corporateBody)

Federal Land Bank (corporateBody)

Public Works Administration (corporateBody)

Abernethy, Charles L. (Charles Laban), 1872-1955 (person)

Charles L. Abernethy, Senior, was a Democratic U.S. Congressman representing eastern North Carolina, 1922-1935. Charles L. Abernethy, Junior, was a lawyer. Both men resided in Beaufort (Carteret Co.), N.C. From the description of Papers, 1713-1972 (bulk 1900-1970). (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 46888517 ...

FSA. (corporateBody)

Aeronautics and Space Exploration Committee (corporateBody)

Rose Hill Packing Company (corporateBody)

Joint Subcom, on Labor Management Relations (corporateBody)

Pamlico Coast Guard (USS) (corporateBody)

Mount Olive Airport (corporateBody)

American Dental Association. (corporateBody)

United States. Federal Communications Commission (corporateBody)

Windsor Cotton Company (corporateBody)

Bayboro (Pamlico Co.) Post Office (corporateBody)

Army (corporateBody)

National Guard (corporateBody)

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Goldsboro Municipal Golf Course (corporateBody)

Joint Sitcom. on Labor-Management Relations (corporateBody)

Clinton Tobacco Market (corporateBody)

Camp Davis (corporateBody)

American legion (corporateBody)

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Internal Revenue Service (corporateBody)

Clinton (Sampson Co.) Post Office (corporateBody)

Reserve Officer Corps (corporateBody)

REA (corporateBody)

Department of Agriculture (corporateBody)

Employees' Compensation Commission (corporateBody)

Caffrey (person)

Church of Christ (corporateBody)

Cotton (person)

Coast Guard Academy (corporateBody)

Goldsboro Post Office (corporateBody)

National Housing Agency (corporateBody)

Burnham Enersen). (person)

United States. Civil Aeronautics Board (corporateBody)

On November 3, 1958 the six airlines filed an agreement with the Civil Aeronautics Board which provided for certain mutual assistance in the event of a strike against one of them. The carriers still operating would make monthly payments of the increased revenues (less added direct expense) to the carrier which was shut down. Formal objections to the agreement were filed by the International Association of Machinists, the Brotherhood of Hallway and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and ...

Harkers Island Rural Electrification Administration (corporateBody)

Education & Labor Committee (corporateBody)

North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration (corporateBody)

The North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration was a division of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA), a New Deal program enacted to alleviate adult unemployment. From the description of North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration statistics, 1934-1935 [manuscript]. WorldCat record id: 25290722 From the guide to the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration Statistics, 1934-1935, (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Southern Histor...

Wayne County Schools. (corporateBody)

Full Committee, Welfare and Pension Funds (corporateBody)

Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations (corporateBody)

Camp Lejeune Railroad (corporateBody)

Holly Ridge Baptist Church. (corporateBody)

Education, North Carolina Department of (corporateBody)

West Point (corporateBody)

Seymour Johnson Air Base. (corporateBody)

Carey, James B. (person)

WRAL (corporateBody)

HOLC. (corporateBody)

TVA Committee (corporateBody)

Subcommittee on Coal Mine Safety (corporateBody)

Seymour Johnson Air Force Base (corporateBody)

Sec. of Defense Wilson (person)

Women's Air Force Service Pilots (WASPS) (corporateBody)

Subcommittee on Safety and Compensation (corporateBody)

Interstate Commerce Commission (corporateBody)

NDEA Loyalty Oath (corporateBody)

Farmers Home Administration (corporateBody)

Atomic Energy Commission (corporateBody)

Airport Program of the CAA. (corporateBody)

FTC (corporateBody)

United States. War Production Board (corporateBody)

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Subcommittee on Special Education: Federal Advisory Council on the Arts (corporateBody)

FHA (corporateBody)

Joint Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations (corporateBody)

Wayne County Veterans Hospital (corporateBody)

Rep. Harold Cooley. (person)

Subcommittee on Civilian Awards (corporateBody)

Pine Lumber Company (corporateBody)

International Association of Machinists. (corporateBody)

The International Association of Machinists is a trade union that was formed in 1888 by nineteen machinists in Atlanta, Georgia. From the description of International Association of Machinists records, 1947. (Georgia Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 308473936 History The International Association of Machinists (IAM) Lodge #68 is one of the oldest of the Bay Area Metal working unions and has a long and interesting ...

North Carolina delegation (corporateBody)

Coward, Noël, 1899-1973 (person)

English composer, writer, actor, and producer. From the description of Signature on his visiting card, dated : [n.p., n.d.], [n.d.]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270899310 Badger's Green opened Jun. 12, 1930. From the description of Letter [1930] Jun. 20 [London] to Maurice Browne [London] (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34365183 English actor and author. From the description of The Birth of Hope : autograph manuscript signed ...

Coast Guard (corporateBody)

Subcommittee on Special Education: Federal Agency for Handicapped (corporateBody)

National Youth Administration (corporateBody)

The National Youth Administration of Texas was an agency of the Work Projects Administration and later the Federal Security Agency and the War Manpower Commission from 1935 to 1943. It offered “work study” jobs to students and youth aged 16 to 25. For the most part, they worked on public buildings, highways and parks all over Texas. Some also were in residence at educational training centers at colleges. Inclusion in the program was based on financial need. After World War II began the agency re...

Cade (person)

Lee, Robert E. (Robert Earl), 1906-1997 (person)

Cook, James, 1728-1779 (person)

James Cook (b. November 7, 1728, Marton, Great Britan-d. February 14, 1779, Hawaii) was a British explorer, navigator, cartographer, and captain in the Royal Navy. He became an apprentice to some shipowners in Whitby. In 1759 he became master of his own ship, the Northumberland. The following winter, while laid up in Halifax, he studied mathematics and attained a sound knowledge of astronomical navigation. Cook went on to become an eminent circumnavigator. He made many geographical discoveries, ...

F. E. Carlyle's (person)

Bogue Inlet Coast Guard Station (corporateBody)

Washington (State). Supreme Court (corporateBody)

An agency history is available. From the guide to the Supreme Court Registers of actions indexes, 1895-1940., (Utah State Archives and Records Service) From the guide to the Supreme Court Opinions, 1886-, (Utah State Archives and Records Service) From the guide to the Supreme Court Minute books, 1859-1987., (Utah State Archives and Records Service) From the guide to the Supreme Court Utah Reporter, 1851-, (Utah State Archives and Records Service) F...

National Production Authority (corporateBody)

Farm Security Administration. (corporateBody)

Subcommittee on Federal Activities in Education (corporateBody)

Education & Labor Comm. (corporateBody)

Nixon, Howard M. (person)

Cartaret Rural Electrification Administration (corporateBody)

Tom McGee (person)

Subcommittee on Fine Arts (corporateBody)

Magnolia High School (corporateBody)

East Carolina Cooperative Exchange (corporateBody)

Labor (corporateBody)

Labor Relations Subcommittee: NLRB (corporateBody)

Subcommittee to Amend P.L. 815-874: Impact Legislation (corporateBody)

Small Business Administration (corporateBody)

Civil Service Commission (corporateBody)

Rose Hill Cold Storage (corporateBody)

FWA (corporateBody)

Reserve Officer Training Corps (corporateBody)

Civil Aeronautics Authority (corporateBody)

Seymour Johnson (person)

Joint Committee on Labor-Management Relations (corporateBody)

J. P. Mitchell (person)

Burgaw (fender Co.) Post Office (corporateBody)

USO (corporateBody)

Economic Stabilization, Office of (corporateBody)

Subcommittee on Labor Relations (corporateBody)

Tarheel Electric Membership Association (corporateBody)

Morehead City Library (corporateBody)

N. C. Democratic Club of Washington (corporateBody)

Marine Corps (corporateBody)

Cherry Point Railroad (corporateBody)

American medical association (corporateBody)

Resettlement Administration (corporateBody)

New Bern Rent Control Office (corporateBody)

Seymour Johnson Field (corporateBody)

Labor Relations Subcommittee (corporateBody)

FPC (corporateBody)

Air Force Academy (corporateBody)

Barden, Graham Arthur, 1896-1967 (person)

Member, U.S. House of Representatives, of New Bern, N.C. From the description of Graham Arthur Barden papers, 1934-1960; (bulk 1935-1960). (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 19106211 1896 Born, Sept. 25, in Turkey Township, Sampson County, N. C. 1920 Graduated from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill ...

Davis Bacon (person)

Subcom. on General Education (corporateBody)

WPA (corporateBody)

Democratic Advisory Council (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Organized in 1953, the Democratic Advisory Council was appointed by the chairman of the National Democratic Party to sell the Democratic Digest, to raise funds, and to strengthen the Democratic Party. The DAC had seven officers who, together with ten regional chairmen, composed a Steering Committee; 62 executive committee members and 175 active democrats were also members of the organization. (For more information on the Council, see AR360-1-10: DAC Reports to You, vol. 1, no. 1.) Fr...

Graham, Frank Porter, 1886-1972 (person)

President of the University of North Carolina; U.S. senator for North Carolina. From the description of Correspondence to Maxwell Struthers Burt, 1943-1950. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 122619645 Educator, government official. From the description of Reminiscences of Frank Porter Graham : oral history, 1965. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122376749 University president. From the...

Holly Ridge School (corporateBody)

Governor Hodges (person)

Subcommittee on General Education (corporateBody)

Cutler, .. (person)

First Citizens Bank (corporateBody)

ICC (corporateBody)

Textile Workers' Union of America (corporateBody)

Located in Boston, the TWUA began in 1937 as the Textile Workers' Organizing Committee of the CIO. By 1939, its success in organizing workers led to its becoming an independent CIO-affiliated union. One of the first victories was a contract with the American Woolen Co. in Lawrence, Mass. By 1942, mills in a number of New England cities were unionized. After World War II, the TWUA faced serious problems from national anti-labor legislation such as the Taft-Hartley Act, and the slump in the textil...

Raleigh-Durham Airport (corporateBody)

Davis, Ewin Lamar, 1876-1949 (person)

Post Office (corporateBody)