Papers, 1950-[ongoing] (bulk 1950-1977).

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Papers, 1950-[ongoing] (bulk 1950-1977).

The collection is predominantly composed of Stewart Lee Udall's professional and public papers. Items of the 84th, 85th, and 86th Congresses are organized into administration and legislation files. Administration includes routine office matters, requests, and correspondence relating to particular problems or issues. Legislation encompasses correspondence arranged by subject, related bills, hearings, clippings, speeches, and background materials. The three major subseries of the Dept. of the Interior papers are issues and achievements; speeches, events, and ceremonies; and administrative files. Substantial material is present on the issue of Colorado River water usage. Personal items include photographs, articles about the Udall family, honors and awards, and letters from special correspondents. Among these are Carl Sandburg, Wallace Stegner, Ansel Adams, William R. Matthews, Frank E. Masland, Charles A. Lindbergh, Lewis W. Douglas, and David R. Brower. Publication files contain newspaper and magazine articles, 1957-1977; Newsday columns, 1970-1972; and oversize items, 1961-1973. Drafts, correspondence, fan mail, and awards relate to his books The Quiet Crisis, 1963; 1976: Agenda for Tomorrow, 1968; and The Energy Balloon, 1974. Audio-visual items throughout the collection include an oral history interview of Udall from 1970, films, phonograph records of radio shows, and tape recordings of conferences and other public events. Twenty-five photographs of President Kennedy at various public functions are also present.

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