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Jane Harman Papers, 1960-1998 (ongoing) (Bulk: 1993-1998)
270 boxes (110 linear ft.)
Collection number: MS 387

Abstract:
Legislative aide, White House attorney, Lawyer, Legislator. Papers primarily document Harman's first three terms as a U.S. Representative from the 36th district of California. Types of materials include correspondence, reports and research materials, speeches, journal and newspaper articles, press releases, photographs, and video and audio tapes. Major topics include national defense and the military (including women in the armed forces), the environment, space and technology, California-related issues, the Democratic National Party, healthcare, abortion and domestic and international economic concerns. Notable correspondents include: Les Aspin, Samuel Berger, Justice Harry A. Blackmun, Sen. Robert Byrd, President Jimmy Carter, President Bill Clinton, Gloria Feldt and Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Vice President Al Gore, Judith L. Lichtman (Women's Legal Defense Fund), Sen. Howard Metzenbaum, the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard, Rep. Loretta Sanchez, Ruth J. Simmons (Smith College president, 1995-2001), and Gloria Steinem.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

Except for the following access restrictions, the papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection:

House Committee files and other portions of SERIES IV. LEGISLATIVE FILES are closed for 30 years until January 1, 2029.

The collection is stored offsite; researchers must give 48 hours advance notice.

Audiovisual materials may not be used until research copies are made available which may require up to 3 weeks.

Restrictions on use:

Permission to cite the papers for quotations or for publication beyond "fair use" must be obtained from the Sophia Smith Collection as owners of the physical property. Jane Harman retains all rights of copyright in her work in all papers and other historical materials in the Harman Collection. Copyright to materials authored by persons other than Jane Harman is owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Sophia Smith Collection
Smith College
Northampton, MA

Biographical Note

Jane Lakes Harman was born on June 28, 1945 in New York, New York, to Dr. and Mrs. Adolf and Lucille (née Geier) Lakes. Her father, born in Poland, emigrated from Germany to the United States in the 1930s to escape Nazi Germany. Her mother, whose family had emigrated from Russia, was born in the United States and was the first in her family to attend college. The Lakes family moved to Los Angeles in 1949, where Dr. Lakes cultivated a successful medical career. Harman attended public school in Los Angeles and graduated from University High School in 1962.

Fulfilling her mother's dream, Harman attended Smith College, graduating in 1966 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in government with honors. An active resident of Tyler House during all four years at college, Harman was President of the Young Democrats Club during her senior year. After finishing at Smith, Harman went on to attend Harvard University School of Law and graduated in 1969 with her Juris Doctorate (J.D.). Later that year she married her first husband, Richard Frank. They have two children, Brian, born in 1973, and Hilary, born in 1975.

The stimulus for Harman's career in government and politics came in 1960 when she was an usher at the 1960 Democratic Convention, the convention at which John F. Kennedy was nominated as the Democratic candidate for President. Before launching this aspect of her career, she first established herself as a practicing lawyer in 1970 as an Associate at the law firm of Surrey & Morse in Washington, D.C. She left private practice in 1972 to become a Legislative Assistant to Senator John V. Tunney (D - California), assisting in his work on the Senate Public Works Committee. Harman then took on the position of Chief Legislative Assistant and oversaw legal activities on three of the Senator's committees, Commerce, Judiciary and District of Columbia. In 1973 she moved on to become Chief Counsel and Staff Director for the Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Representation of Citizen Interests. She held this position until 1975 when she became the Chief Counsel and Staff Director for the Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights.

Leaving the Senate in 1977, she moved over to the White House as the Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet in the Carter administration, assisting Secretary to the Cabinet Jack Watson. The year 1978 brought a much publicized change to Harman's life. She chose to leave her job at the White House and spend more time with her children. The headline in an article from The Atlanta Journal and Constitution (Atlanta, Georgia) on June 25, 1978 declared, "Woman Quitting Carter Inner-Circle To Be With Family." Later that year she and her husband Richard Frank, then Administrator of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, divorced.

Harman resumed working outside of the home in 1979 by returning to government service as Special Counsel to the Department of Defense. That same year she returned to private practice as a partner in the Washington, D.C. law firm of Manatt, Phelps, Rothenberg & Tunney. The next year in 1980 she married her second husband Sidney Harman, Chairman and CEO of Harman Industries. They had their first child together, Daniel, in 1982, the same year that Harman rejoined the law firm of Surrey & Morse. Their second child, Justine, was born in 1984. In 1986 Surrey & Morse merged with Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue and Harman continued to work for them until winning her Congressional seat in 1992.

In addition to her professional career, Harman remained actively involved in politics and the Democratic Party throughout the 1980s. In 1984 she served as Counsel for the Democratic Platform Committee. She was Chair of the National Lawyers' Council, the legal arm of the Democratic National Committee, from its inception in 1986 until 1991 when she left to focus on her run for national office. She co-chaired the 1987 Democratic Gala, an event to introduce the Democratic Presidential candidates and begin fundraising for the Presidential and Democratic Party Victory Fund. Harman also participated in public policy activities, serving as Vice-Chair of the Center for National Policy from its reorganization in 1981 to the early 1990s.

Harman ran for California's 36th District Congressional seat in 1992 and won, earning the distinction of being the first Smith College graduate to be elected to Congress. Traditionally the 36th District had been a Republican stronghold. Though Harman is a Democrat, her platform of progressive social policies and fiscal conservatism appealed to a majority of the voters.

In 1994 Harman was up for re-election and narrowly regained her seat. The margin between Harman and her opponent Susan Brooks was 812 votes. Harman was declared the winner and certified as such by the California Secretary of State in December 1994. However, alleging voter fraud, Brooks contested the results in January 1995 to the House Oversight Committee, bypassing the contestation process in California election law. The Committee began an investigation into the allegations and hearings were held in June but any resolution could have taken another year to come about. Brooks thus decided to drop her challenge in July 1995. As required by California code, the Secretary of State continued its investigation into instances of voter fraud well into 1996 but did not return any charges against the Harman campaign. Harman won the next election in 1996, defeating Brooks by over 18,000 votes.

In 1998 Harman decided to forego re-election for her Congressional seat and instead chose to run for Governor of California. Despite valiant efforts and a clean campaign, she lost to Gray Davis in the Democratic Primary. Harman's colleague, Janice Hahn, ran for her old Congressional seat but lost to Republican Steve Kuykendall. During her time away from Congress, Harman taught public policy and international relations classes at the University of California - Los Angeles. She also served on the Boards of Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles and the Venice Family Clinic.

Harman ran for the 36th District Congressional seat again in 2000 and was elected. She was re-elected in 2002 and remained in office until February 2011, when she stepped down to take the position of Director, President and CEO of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Just two months after she took the position, Sidney Harman died after a brief illness.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Jane Harman Papers consist of 110 linear ft., dating from 1960 to 1998, and are primarily related to her political life and her legislative career. Types of materials include correspondence, reports and research materials, journal and newspaper articles, press releases, photographs, and video- and audiotapes. The papers are arranged in nine series.

This arrangement largely reflects the functions and activities of a Congressional office while incorporating facets of Harman's life before she became a member of Congress. There are very few materials regarding her personal life outside of her professional career.

The bulk of the papers date from 1993 to 1998 and focus on Harman's first three terms as a U.S. Representative from the 36th district of California. Major topics found in her political and legislative papers include national defense and the military (including women in the armed forces), the environment, space and technology, California-related issues, the Democratic National Party, healthcare, abortion, and domestic and international economic concerns. Generally, there are more materials available from later in her political and legislative career than from the earlier years.

Correspondence comprises at least half of the collection. Also well-represented are background and research materials that her staff used in legislative and political matters.

Notable correspondents include: Les Aspin, Samuel Berger, Justice Harry A. Blackmun, Sen. Robert Byrd, President Jimmy Carter, President Bill Clinton, Gloria Feldt and Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Vice President Al Gore, Judith L. Lichtman (Women's Legal Defense Fund), Sen. Howard Metzenbaum, the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard, Rep. Loretta Sanchez, Ruth J. Simmons (Smith College president, 1995-2001), and Gloria Steinem.


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

Except for the following access restrictions, the papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection:

House Committee files and other portions of SERIES IV. LEGISLATIVE FILES are closed for 30 years until January 1, 2029.

The collection is stored offsite; researchers must give 48 hours advance notice.

Audiovisual materials may not be used until research copies are made available which may require up to 3 weeks.

Restrictions on use:

Permission to cite the papers for quotations or for publication beyond "fair use" must be obtained from the Sophia Smith Collection as owners of the physical property. Jane Harman retains all rights of copyright in her work in all papers and other historical materials in the Harman Collection. Copyright to materials authored by persons other than Jane Harman is owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Preferred Citation

Please use the following format when citing materials from this collection:

Jane Harman Papers, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, Northampton, Mass.

Additional Formats

Selections from the Jane Harman Papers can be viewed in the Web exhibit Jane Harman: A Woman of Intellegence.

History of the Collection

Congresswoman Jane Harman donated her papers to the Sophia Smith Collection in 1998. Additional accessions are expected in the future.

Accruals:

Periodic additions to collection are expected and may not be reflected in this finding aid.

Processing Information

Processed by Sarah Keen and Kathleen Nutter, 2004


Additional Information
Contact Information
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Language
English
Series Descriptions
(1960-1998)
1 linear in.

This series provides a brief overview of Harman's life as a student at Smith College and her non-professional life. It contains mostly correspondence, newspaper clippings, and award certificates. Of special interest is a letter in the Smith College folder that Harman wrote to her parents, describing her daily life and activities at college. "A Day in the Life of Jane Harman" is a whimsical composition of newspaper clippings and captions depicting a fictional day in Harman's Congressional work. The piece was possibly created by some of her staff members.

(1972-92)
4.75 linear ft.

Scope and content:

This series relates to Jane Harman's non-Congressional professional life. It is organized into five subseries: White House, Publications, Correspondence, Organizations and conferences, and Office files. The White House subseries pertains to Harman's time in the Carter administration as Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet. It includes copies of correspondence with Secretary to the Cabinet Jack Watson, President Carter, and various White House officials and staff. Publications contains articles about Harman or articles authored/co-authored by Harman during the 1970s. Some articles of interest about Harman include those that report on her decision to leave the Carter administration to spend more time with her family and her effects on staff/cabinet relations at the White House. Writings authored by Harman during her legislative career can be found throughout SERIES IV. LEGISLATIVE FILES and SERIES VI. MEDIA ACTIVITIES.

Ranging from 1974 to 1992, the Correspondence subseries includes intra-office and outside correspondence from Jones, Day, Reavis and Pogue; papers pertaining to family business and the Harman Family Foundation; and correspondence regarding political contributions and thank yous. The political contributions and thank yous correspondence is to Jane and Sidney Harman or just Jane Harman regarding contributions (monetary and otherwise) to various political campaigns, including letters from Patrick Leahy, Tom Daschle, Harriett Woods, Barbara Boxer, Robert C. Byrd and various other Democratic candidates and organizations.

The next subseries, Organizations and conferences, contains materials on organizations with which Harman was involved or conferences that she attended. The items from the Women's Legal Defense Fund (WLDF) from 1971 detail her involvement with litigation on behalf of the WLDF including legal documents and related correspondence. Of particular interest is a case in which the WLDF wrote an amicus brief on behalf of a woman who was declared "unfit" in a divorce case because she worked outside the home. Later items mainly concern Harman's monetary contributions to the organization.

Women and the Constitution was a 1988 seminar held at the Carter Center. Harman chaired a panel on "The Contemporary Supreme Court and Women." The materials consist mainly of correspondence from 1987 to 1988 about the conference, including a letter from Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and conference materials. Conference participants included Rosalynn Carter, Lady Bird Johnson, Bella Abzug, Geraldine Ferraro and Coretta Scott King.

The National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDIIA) is associated with the U.S. Democratic Party. In 1988 the NDIIA assembled a group to consult on the Chilean elections, and this was the nature of Harman's involvement. The contents include 1988 reports, correspondence and other materials concerning the Chilean elections and international election observing.

Arrangement:

The files are arranged chronologically in Harman's original filing order. The Los Angeles folder contains correspondence from Harman's time at the Jones, Day, Reavis and Pogue office in Los Angeles.

Restrictions on access:

Office files consist of correspondence from Harman's time at Jones, Day, Reavis and Pogue, from 1987 to 1992. These files are closed until January 1, 2013. Some of the correspondence is specific to office activities but much is of a more general professional or political nature and sometimes relates to Harman International/Harman Industries.

(1973-98)
9.5 linear ft.

This series contains materials on Harman's political activities since the mid-1970s. It is divided into four subseries: General correspondence, Speeches, Democratic National Party, and Campaigns. General correspondence includes incoming and outgoing correspondence arranged chronologically by year (1995-98) and correspondence organized by type and listed in chronological order (1992-98). The correspondence arranged by year is to and from other members of Congress, agency officials, organizations, corporations and local officials and leaders. It covers a range of topics but is often related to political and legislative matters or projects with which Harman was involved or in which the correspondent requested her participation.

The correspondence organized by type uses the original designations of Harman and her staff and includes thank you letters, correspondence with government agencies, and recommendations for government appointments. The relationship between this correspondence and the chronological correspondence is fluid in terms of subject matter. Additional correspondence may also be found in SERIES IV. LEGISLATIVE FILES in various topical files.

The Speeches subseries dates from 1973 to 1980 and includes addresses given to law-related groups, various Bar associations and private organizations. They are arranged chronologically. Speeches that Harman gave during her political campaigns can be found later in this series according to the particular race, and Congressional speeches and addresses can be found throughout SERIES IV. LEGISLATIVE FILES.

Harman has been involved with various aspects of the Democratic National Party since her college years and the Democratic National Party subseries contains files beginning in 1980. In 1984 Harman served as counsel to the Democratic Platform Committee. The correspondence folders contain lists of contents in the front of the folder and the corresponding numbered tabs remain in the folder.

The Democratic Policy Committee published the "Weekender" as a newsletter to keep Democratic House members informed of Congressional happenings. The publication was issued irregularly but it is arranged in chronological order.

The Campaigns subseries contains materials on all of Harman's House campaigns from 1992 to 1996 and her gubernatorial campaign in 1998. The files are arranged according to the particular campaign and are more abundant for her later races. They contain newspaper clippings, publicity materials, briefing books, issue files, and working files. Audiovisual materials relating to Harman's political campaigns, including interviews and campaign ads, can be found in SERIES IX. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS.

Friends of Jane Harman is Harman's campaign fundraising group. The files for this group are largely correspondence with campaign supporters, political colleagues, and staff of Friends of Jane Harman.

Harman won the 1994 race for Representative of the 36th District. However, the election results were very close and Harman's opponent Susan Brooks called for an investigation into voter fraud. Investigations of those allegations continued to some extent into 1996, but no charges were found to be of substance. This section contains correspondence, legal documents, press materials and other information from this period.

There is one folder containing materials on Janice Hahn's 1998 House race for the 36th District.

The reference materials included in this subseries were used by Harman and her staff and relate to the various aspects of conducting a campaign. They are arranged by author and then chronologically within author.

Restrictions on access:

The Campaigns subseries is closed until January 1, 2009.

(1993-98)
61 linear ft.

This series is the largest in the collection, representing the files of Harman's office from the 103rd Congress through the 105th Congress (1993-98). It is arranged in 11 subseries: Voting and attendance records, Bills sponsored/cosponsored, Co-signed letters, House National Security Committee, Legislative staff files, Project files, Subject/issue files, Whip schedules and reports, Briefing books, Legislative Weekly Updates, and Research materials.

The Voting and attendance records subseries contains records of votes and attendance for Jane Harman for the specified term. They are arranged chronologically by session.

Bills sponsored/cosponsored also provide a record of Harman's legislative activities in addition to her voting and attendance records. These are copies of most of the bills, joint resolutions, concurrent resolutions, and simple resolutions that Harman either sponsored or cosponsored from the 103rd to 105th Congresses (1993-98). They are arranged chronologically by Congress. Legislative profiles from the 104th and 105th Congresses provide an overview of the status of bills Harman sponsored.

In addition to writing and sponsoring bills, Harman also contributed to official legislative letters that were sent to colleagues, the White House, or other government agencies. Co-signed letters represents the letters Harman co-signed from the 105th Congress (1997-98). They are arranged alphabetically by the topic assigned by Harman's office staff. The topics range greatly from AIDS drug assistance program funding to Land and Water Conservation Fund funding to transit projects in California.

As part of her legislative responsibilities, Harman served on a number of committees during her tenure. The House National Security Committee subseries contains copies of files from this committee for the 104th and 105th Congresses. These files are closed for 30 years until January 1, 2029 according to Rule XI and Rule XXXVI of the Rules of the House of Representatives of the 105th Congress. The committee files are arranged chronologically by Congress and then alphabetically by topic within a Congress. Although there are no other file groups specifically identified as committee files for the other committees on which Harman served, committee-related materials can be found in the Legislative staff files, especially in Ron Stone's files, and in Subject/issue files, mainly in Defense and Women in the armed forces. See the Appendix for a listing of Harman's committee assignments for the 103rd-105th Congresses.

Legislative staff files, dating from 1993 to 1998 with the bulk from 1997 to 1998, represent the work of four Legislative Assistants and the Legislative Director of Harman's legislative staff: Maria Alongi (1997-98?), Bryan Banks (1998), David Flanders (1995-98), Danny Geffen (1993-96?), and Ron Stone (1993-96?). David Flanders was the Legislative Director from 1995 to 1998 and then Chief of Staff from June 1998 to December 1998. The work of additional members of the legislative staff (John Conger, George Raach, Mary Vesely, and Mike Hammon) can be found throughout SERIES IV. LEGISLATIVE FILES in various subject files. The first folder in this subseries, Legislative assignments, delineates the assignment of legislative topics to various staff members for 1996-98. The staff files are arranged alphabetically by the staff member's last name. Maria Alongi also worked on topics with, or took over responsibilities from, Danny Geffen and Ron Stone and those files are listed under Geffen/Alongi or Stone/Alongi.

Project files consist of legislative and non-legislative projects in which Harman and her staff were interested or with which they were involved. They date from 1995 to 1998 and are arranged alphabetically by topic.

Subject/issues files are divided into three areas: Defense, Women in the armed forces, and General. Public hearings and published reports remain open. The files are arranged alphabetically by topic and range from 1993 to 1998. Topics represented in the Defense files are the B-2 bomber, Big Think Forums, defense conversion/dual-use technology, export policy, defense firms, Los Angeles Air Force Base and base realignment/closure, missile defense, military programs, and weapons of mass destruction.

The Women in the armed forces files are arranged alphabetically by topic and date from 1993 to 1998. Many files in this group relate to integrated training and sexual harassment in the armed forces.

The General subject/issues files are arranged by Congress and then alphabetically by subject. General - 105th is the largest of the groups and is preceded by Major legislative initiatives and issues - 105th. Files pertaining to specific bills are usually listed by number (e.g., HR 988 - Attorney Accountability Act). Legislative summary files and files descriptive of a session's activities are usually listed first.

Whip schedules and reports are correspondence and newsletters from the Democratic Whip. They date from the 104th Congress (1995-96) and 1st session of the 105th Congress (1997). The Whips are responsible for rallying their respective parties and coordinating party activities regarding legislation. The Democratic Whip for the 104th and 105th Congresses was David E. Bonior (D-Michigan).

Briefing books are prepared by Harman's staff or other organizations to provide a concise source of information about a particular topic. They are organized by year, then alphabetically by topic. Briefing books relating to Harman's political campaigns can be found in SERIES III. POLITICAL ACTIVITIES.

Legislative Weekly Updates are memos to Harman from her legislative staff in Washington, D.C. These serve to update her on current projects and legislation, propose future actions, and provide recommendations on whether to attend various events, sessions, or hearings. These Updates are from 1998; it is not known whether the Updates were produced in earlier years. For updates from her district staff in California, see SERIES VII. OFFICE ADMINISTRATION.

Research materials are mostly government publications or publications from private organizations that are not widely available elsewhere. These are arranged by year, then alphabetically by author/title.

Restrictions on access:

Select portions of Alongi's files and Stone's files are closed until January 1, 2029, as noted in the folder list.

The Defense files are closed until January 1, 2029, because they contain materials relating to the House National Security Committee.

The Women in the armed forces files are similarly closed until January 1, 2029.

(1993-98)
15.5 linear ft.

This series shows the interaction between Harman and her constituents. It is arranged in six subseries: Constituent mail, District concerns, District visits, Constituent requests, Response form letters, and Response correspondence.

Constituent mail is incoming correspondence from constituents to Harman's offices from 1993 to 1998. It is arranged chronologically by Congress and session beginning with the 103rd Congress, 1st session (1993) and ending with the 105th Congress, 2nd session (1998). Within a Congressional session, the folders are arranged alphabetically by topic. The topic heading "Random" is the staff's equivalent of miscellaneous letters.

This subseries was sampled to reduce bulk and represents 20-25% of the original material. The remainder is a representative sample of the original content, given that the sampling method reduced every topic by the same percentage and the original topics remain.

The District concerns subseries contains materials relating to important issues in Harman's Congressional district. The topics are arranged alphabetically, beginning with Airport issues and ending with Women. Two additional topics, North end of district issues and South end of district issues, follow Women and contain materials specific to certain cities and towns in Harman's district. These are arranged alphabetically by town. Places included in the North end are Lawndale, Marina del Rey, Venice, and Westchester. Places included in the south end are Avalon, El Segundo, Gardena Valley, Hermosa Beach, Lomita, Manhattan Beach, Palos Verdes, Redondo Beach, and Torrance.

The District visits subseries contains materials on Harman's visits to her district from 1994 to 1998. The visits are organized chronologically. Visits with a special purpose or for a specific event as delineated by her staff are noted.

In addition to voicing their views on current or upcoming legislation in constituent mail, constituents also asked Harman's office for assistance on more specific matters relating to their communities. Constituent requests contains those requests from 1994 to 1997. Some letters were forwarded to other agencies that could be of more help.

Due to the volume of correspondence received by a Congressional office, it is difficult for Congresspersons and their staffs to write individual responses. Response form letters contains the form letters that Harman and her staff used to respond to much of the regular constituent correspondence they received. There are various form letters from 1993 to 1998.

Response correspondence consists of responses to items that Harman's office sent out from 1993 to 1996. Occasionally Harman's office wrote personalized replies to incoming constituent mail using pre-written prints. The original constituent letter often accompanies these.

(1994-98)
2.25 linear ft.

This series is divided into three subseries: Publications and mailings, General, and Newspaper clippings. In the Publications and mailings subseries, "Legislative Happenings" is a newsletter that Harman sent to her constituents.

Harman's office staff collected newspaper clippings about Harman and issues that interested her. Only those articles directly pertaining to Harman have been kept in the Newspaper clippings subseries. The clippings are organized chronologically by month.

(1993-98)
6 linear ft.

This series represents the overall operations of Harman's offices. The legislative office staff is just one component of the overall staff it takes to successfully operate Harman's district and Washington offices. There are four subseries: Chief of Staff files, Office files, District Office Updates, and Reference materials.

The Chief of Staff is in charge of the entire staff that works for the Congressperson. From 1993 to 1998, at least four different people held this position in Harman's office and the Chief of Staff files contain materials the chiefs of staff retained and kept separate from other office files. Bill Black has one file that dates from 1993. It is not apparent from the collection whether he was Chief of Staff for the entire 103rd Congress. Mark Kadesh was Chief of Staff from 1995 to 1997. The notebooks contain Kadesh's notes from his day-to-day work and are not dated in any definitive manner. Mike Monasmith was the Chief of Staff from 1997 to 1998. His files are organized alphabetically by topic. David Flanders was the Chief of Staff for the last part of 1998. It does not appear that he kept any specific office files, although his notebooks in SERIES IV. LEGISLATIVE FILES may contain office related content.

Office files are the general files that the staff used in their daily operations. The "Bible" is the office handbook from the 103rd Congress, although it is not complete. The guestbook lists those visitors who signed in when visiting Harman's district office. The scheduling memos provide insight into how Harman and her staff organized her schedule and decided which events and meetings were worth attending. They are organized chronologically from 1994 through 1998. The General files are arranged by Congress and then alphabetically by topic. Most of those files are from the 105th Congress (1997-98).

District Office Updates are memos sent to the Washington office to update Harman and the Washington staff on the activities of her district office. They include staff news and assignments, progress reports on constituent issues and notices of important events and activities. They are arranged chronologically.

Reference materials are the publications and reports that Harman and her staff used to inform themselves on how to operate a Congressional office and the rules of being a Congressperson. They are organized by Congress.

(1960-98)
1 linear ft.

This series is arranged in seven subseries, mimicking the topical arrangement of the rest of the collection. The Biographical subseries contains photographs from Harman's youth and of her family. The Professional activities subseries contains images from her time in the White House and as a Senate staff member, including a picture of Harman with Justice Harry Blackmun.

The Political activities photographs date from 1987 to 1998 and are organized alphabetically by topic. The Legislative activities subseries contains photographs related to Congressional activities and initiatives. They are organized alphabetically by topic and date from 1993 to 1998. The Fort Jackson photographs under Military document Harman's experience with the Army basic training physical fitness testing with the 2nd Battalion, 28th Infantry Regiment.

The Constituent services subseries, dating from 1995 to 1998, contains various pictures of Harman with constituents and at various constituent events. The Media activities subseries contains publicity and press photos from 1997-98. The Office staff photographs are from 1995 and 1996 and depict various members of Harman's staff as well as her office environment, including her Army Barbie and G.I. Barbie.

(1992-98)
9.5 linear ft.

Scope and content:

This series contains Audiotapes, Videotapes, Films and Computer media. Arranged chronologically, the Audiotapes feature interviews with Harman on various subjects including NAFTA, defense spending, and gender integration in the military. Only those audiotapes for which there are use copies may be accessed immediately. An asterisk (*) next to a title indicates there is a use copy available. If a use copy does not exist, 3 weeks advance notice must be given for a use copy to be made.

The Videotapes are arranged chronologically with the bulk of the videotapes dating from 1996 to 1997. Dealing with topics such as women in the military, defense spending, the environment, education and gun control, many of the videotapes feature interviews with Jane Harman on local and national television. In addition, some of the videotapes are promotional material publicizing Harman's candidacies for both the House of Representatives and Governor of California. Only those tapes for which there are use copies may be viewed immediately. An asterisk (*) next to a title indicates there is a use copy available. If a use copy does not exist, 3 weeks advance notice must be given for a use copy to be made.

Notes, letters, or other written materials accompanied a few of the videotapes; this is indicated in brackets at the end of the title. The written material is in a separate folder at the end of SERIES VII. OFFICE ADMINISTRATION. Some of the tapes are in formats other than VHS; this also is indicated in brackets at the end of the title.

Although the majority of audiovisual materials are in playable formats, some may require players that are obsolete or that may not be available.

Note:

[Note: Only those materials for which there are use copies may be accessed immediately. An asterisk (*) next to a title indicates there is a use copy available. If a use copy does not exist, 3 weeks advanced notice must be given for a use copy to be made.]

Contents List
SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS ,
(1960-1998)


1960 Democratic Convention


Box 1: folder 1
Young Citizens for Johnson,
1964

Box 1: folder 2
Smith College,
n.d.

Box 1: folder 3
Awards/certificates,

[see also Oversize Materials]

1993-98

Box 1: folder 4
Tribute to Harman,
1998

Box 1: folder 5
Biographies,
1997-98, n.d.

Box 1: folder 6
Miscellaneous,
1996-97

Box 1: folder 7
"A Day in the Life of Jane Harman"

[see also Oversize Materials]



Box 1
SERIES II. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES ,
(1972-92)


White House



Memoranda,
1976-78

Box 1: folder 8
Legal Services Corporation - Board vacancies,
1978

Box 1: folder 9
Publications



Articles about Harman,
1972-78

Box 1: folder 10
Articles by Harman,
1972-78

Box 1: folder 11-12
Correspondence



1974-84

Box 2: folder 1
1987

Box 2: folder 2-3
Political contributions and thank yous,
1981-92

Box 2: folder 4
Organizations and conferences



Women's Legal Defense Fund,
1971, 1982-85

Box 2: folder 5
Women and the Constitution Seminar,
10-12 Feb 1988

Box 2: folder 6
National Democratic Institute,
1987-88

Box 2: folder 7-8
Office files,
1987-92


Restrictions on access:

[Closed until January 1, 2013]

14 Jan-23 Apr 1987

Box 3: folder 1
3 Jan-2 May 1989

Box 3: folder 2-7
2 May-17 Aug 1989

Box 4: folder 1-6
18 Aug-28 Dec 1989

Box 5: folder 1-9
2 Jan-26 Feb 1990

Box 6: folder 1-7
27 Feb-17 May 1990

Box 7: folder 1-8
18 May-11 Sep 1990

Box 8: folder 1-8
12 Sep 1990-22 Jan 1991

Box 9: folder 1-8
22 Jan-27 Jun 1991

Box 10: folder 1-7
2 Jul 1991-19 Nov 1992

Box 11: folder 1-8
24 Nov-10 Dec 1992

Box 12: folder 1
Los Angeles
1991-92

Box 12: folder 2
SERIES III. POLITICAL ACTIVITIES ,
(1973-98)


General correspondence


Box 12
1994-97

Box 12: folder 3-10
1998

Box 13: folder 1-2
1992-96

Box 13: folder 3
1997-98

Box 13: folder 4-5
Recommendations,
1992-97

Box 13: folder 6
White House,
1995-98

Box 14: folder 1
Congratulatory letters,
1996

Box 14: folder 2
Agencies,
1996-98

Box 14: folder 3
Governor's race,
1998

Box 14: folder 4
Speeches,
1973-80

Box 15: folder 1-4
Democratic National Party (DNP)



Democratic Platform Committee (DPC)


Box 15
Correspondence,
1980, 1983-84

Box 15: folder 5
Correspondence,
1984-85

Box 15: folder 6
1983-84

Box 15: folder 7
Democratic Platform Committee materials
1984

Box 15: folder 8
Democratic Platform and National Convention
1984

Box 16: folder 1
Publications,
1980-84

Box 16: folder 2-7
Democratic Gala



Correspondence,
1987

Box 16: folder 8
Press releases and agendas,
1987

Box 16: folder 9
Miscellaneous


Box 17: folder 1
Presidential and Democratic Party Victory Fund,
1988

Box 17: folder 2
National Lawyers' Council



Executive Committee: minutes,
1988-91

Box 17: folder 3-5
Eu, et al. v. San Francisco Democratic Central Committee, et al., No. 87-1269


Box 17: folder 6
Lawyers for Fair Play,
1988

Box 18: folder 1
Press packets


Box 18: folder 2
"A Democratic Perspective on Legislative Districting"


Box 18: folder 3
"Analysis of Constitutionality of Attempts to Limit Tenure of State/Federal Officials"


Box 18: folder 4
Miscellaneous


Box 18: folder 5
Democratic Policy Committee, "The Weekender"



1996-97

Box 18: folder 6-9
1998

Box 19: folder 1-5
Democratic Caucus,
1997


Part 1


Box 19: folder 6
Part 2


Box 20: folder 1-2
New Democrat Network,
1997-98

Box 20: folder 3
California Democratic Delegation,
1998

Box 20: folder 4
Democratic Steering Committee,
1998

Box 20: folder 5-7
Campaigns



Friends of Jane Harman,
1991-92

Box 21: folder 1-7
House races


Box 21
1992


Box 21


Box 21: folder 8
Media activities: clippings, campaign fliers

[see also Oversize Materials]



Box 22: folder 1-4
1994



Campaign notebook


Box 22
Part 1


Box 22: folder 5-6
Part 2


Box 23: folder 1-4
Field notebook


Box 23: folder 5
Harman International


Box 23: folder 6
Working files: campaign plan, Brooks, Susan, general


Box 23: folder 7-9
Clippings


Box 24: folder 1
1994 campaign contestation



36th Congressional District Election Hearing


Box 24: folder 2
Correspondence


Box 24: folder 3-5
Election fraud investigation status,
1996

Box 24: folder 6
General


Box 24: folder 7-8
Legal documents


Box 24: folder 9-10
Clippings/press releases


Box 25: folder 1
1996



Issue files


Box 25
Aerospace/defense jobs


Box 25: folder 2
Asset forfeiture


Box 25: folder 3
Choice


Box 25: folder 4
Gas tax op-ed


Box 25: folder 5
Seniors


Box 25: folder 6
Welfare reform


Box 25: folder 7
Briefing books



Debate 1


Box 25: folder 8
Debate 2


Box 25: folder 9
Debate preparation


Box 25: folder 10
Daily Breeze Editorial Board


Box 25: folder 11
Working files



1996 California election calendar


Box 25: folder 12
Bowen/Harman


Box 26: folder 1
California Combined Campaign finances


Box 26: folder 2
Campaign issues


Box 26: folder 3-4
Campaign notes


Box 26: folder 5
Campaign plan


Box 26: folder 6
Candidate profiles


Box 26: folder 7
Election night party


Box 26: folder 8
Endorsements


Box 26: folder 9-13
Field data


Box 26


Box 26: folder 14
Part 2


Box 27: folder 1-2
Field plan


Box 27: folder 3
Issues research


Box 27: folder 4-5
Karnette campaign


Box 27: folder 6
National Committee for an Effective Congress


Box 27: folder 7
Statement of candidacy


Box 27: folder 8
Governor's race,
1998


Briefing books


Box 27
Young Democrats,
12 Mar

Box 27: folder 9
Inland Empire/Palm Springs,
13 Mar

Box 27: folder 10
Eureka/Redding trip,
14-15 Apr

Box 27: folder 11
San Francisco,
1 May

Box 27: folder 12
Chronicle Editorial Board,
1 May

Box 28: folder 1
Sacramento Bee Editorial Board,

[see also Oversize Materials]

4 May

Box 28: folder 2
San Jose Mercury News Editorial Board,
5 May

Box 28: folder 3
San Francisco Examiner,
20 May

Box 28: folder 4
Contra Costa Times Editorial Board,
21 May

Box 28: folder 5
California issues


Box 28: folder 6
Child care


Box 28: folder 7
Crime


Box 28: folder 8
Education K-12


Box 29: folder 1
Background papers



Budget


Box 29: folder 2-3
California


Box 29: folder 4-6


Box 30: folder 1
Crime


Box 30: folder 2
Davis, Gray


Box 30: folder 3
Education


Box 30: folder 4-7
Environment and water policy


Box 30: folder 8
Propositions and initiatives


Box 31: folder 1
Transportation


Box 31: folder 2
Welfare reform


Box 31: folder 3
Speeches


Box 31: folder 4-5
Working files



1998 California election calendar


Box 31: folder 6
California governor's race


Box 31
Part 1


Box 31: folder 7-8
Part 2


Box 32: folder 1-2
Communication Workers of America (CWA)


Box 32: folder 3
Early childhood


Box 32: folder 4
Endorsements


Box 32: folder 5-9
Fair Housing Act


Box 33: folder 1
Issues


Box 33: folder 2
Opposition research - Checchi


Box 33: folder 3
Position papers


Box 33: folder 4
Primary returns


Box 33: folder 5
Service Employees International Union (SEIU)


Box 33: folder 6
Miscellaneous


Box 33: folder 7
Media activities



Clippings: general, profiles, Q & A's, convention


Box 33: folder 8-11
Press releases and statements


Box 33: folder 12
Ads


Box 33: folder 13
1998 Congressional election


Box 33: folder 14
Reference materials



Emily's List


Box 33
Guide to Campaign Fundraising for Democratic Women Candidates, "Making the Dough Rise"
(1995)

Box 33: folder 15
Guide to Campaign Fundraising for Democratic Women Candidates, "Making the Dough Rise" (cont'd)
(1995)

Box 34: folder 1
Press Secretary Training Manual
(1995)

Box 34: folder 2
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC)



Manual on Campaign Research


Box 34: folder 3
Incumbent training seminar notebook,
Jun 1994

Box 34: folder 4-5
1996 DCCC Campaign Planning and Management Workbook


Box 34: folder 6-7
Special election information book,
Oct 1996

Box 34: folder 8
Democratic National Committee campaign publications


Box 34: folder 9-10
SERIES IV. LEGISLATIVE FILES ,
(1993-98)


Voting and attendance records, 103rd-104th Congresses,
1993-96

Box 34
103rd-104th Congresses,
1993-96

Box 35: folder 1-8
105th Congress,
1997-98

Box 36: folder 1-4
Bills sponsored/cosponsored, 103rd-105th Congresses,
1993-98


103rd-105th Congresses


Box 36: folder 5-7
Legislative profiles, 104th-105th Congresses


Box 36: folder 8-9
Co-signed letters, 105th Congress,
1997-98


Part 1


Box 36: folder 10-15
Part 2


Box 37: folder 1-83
Part 3


Box 38: folder 1-15
House National Security Committee



Restrictions on access:

[Closed untilJanuary 1, 2029]

104th Congress,
1995-96

Box 38
B-2


Box 38: folder 16
Bid protest/acquisition reform


Box 38: folder 17
Defense


Box 38
Healthcare


Box 38: folder 18-20
Spending priorities


Box 38: folder 21
Women's issues


Box 39: folder 1-6
Dept. of Defense



Authorization - Personnel FY 97


Box 39: folder 7
Ban on gay service personnel


Box 39: folder 8
Retirees-36th Congressional District


Box 39: folder 9
Export loan guarantee


Box 39: folder 10
Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDC)


Box 39: folder 11
Former Dept. of Defense spouse

[see also Oversize Materials]



Box 40: folder 1
Heavy bomber industrial capabilities study


Box 40: folder 2
HIV discharge repeal

[see also Oversize Materials]



Box 40: folder 3-5
HR 1350 - Maritime Security Act


Box 40: folder 6
HR 1530 - Dept. of Defense Conference Report


Box 40: folder 7
HR 1530 - FY 96 Defense Authorization


Box 40: folder 8
HR 3230 markup - FY 97


Box 41: folder 1
Maritime Administration (MARAD)


Box 41: folder 2
MARAD FY 97


Box 41: folder 3
Maritime Advisory Committee


Box 41: folder 4
Maritime Panel: general, markup


Box 41: folder 5-7
Military personnel - FY 97


Box 41: folder 8-9
Minuteman III


Box 41: folder 10
MRE/donated foods amendment


Box 41: folder 11
National Defense Authorization - FY 97


Box 42: folder 1
Oversight Panel on the Merchant Marine

[see also Oversize Materials]



Box 42: folder 2
Personnel Subcommittee mark-up FY 96


Box 42: folder 3
POW-MIA issues


Box 42: folder 4
Retired pay compensation


Box 42: folder 5
Shipbuilding - Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development agreement

[see also Oversize Materials]



Box 42: folder 6
Technology Reinvestment Program (TRP) - dual use


Box 42: folder 7
Western Regional Law Enforcement and Technology Center


Box 42
Part 1


Box 42: folder 8
Part 2


Box 43: folder 1-4
Youth Challenge program


Box 43: folder 5
105th Congress,
1997-98


Aerospace Advisory Committee


Box 43: folder 6
B-2 bomber


Box 43: folder 7
Big Think - future defense requirements


Box 43: folder 8
COSCO


Box 43: folder 9-10
COSCO/Port of Long Beach


Box 44: folder 1
Defense


Box 44
Authorization markup FY 98


Box 44: folder 2
Environmental issues


Box 44: folder 3
Export loan guarantee program


Box 44: folder 4
Reductions


Box 44: folder 5
Defense Authorization Conference FY 98


Box 44: folder 6
Dual use - FY 98 Dept. of Defense


Box 44: folder 7
F/A-18


Box 44: folder 8
Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDC)


Box 44: folder 9
Gays in the military


Box 44: folder 10-11
HIV-positive nonworldwide-deployable service personnel


Box 45: folder 1
MARAD - FY 98 Authorization


Box 45: folder 2
Maritime Advisory Committee: general, visit to DC


Box 45: folder 3-5
McVeigh, CPO Timothy


Box 45: folder 6
National Defense Authorization Act





Box 45: folder 7-8
FY99 - Personnel issues


Box 46: folder 1
Oversight Panel on the Merchant Marine


Box 46: folder 2
Personnel markup - FY 98 Dept. of Defense Authorization


Box 46: folder 3
POW-MIA issues


Box 46: folder 4
Procurement reform,
1997

Box 46: folder 5
RAND defense consolidation study


Box 46: folder 6
Scorpius


Box 46: folder 7
Legislative staff files



Legislative assignments,
1996-98

Box 46: folder 8
Maria Alongi


Box 46
Appropriations FY
1999

Box 46
Agriculture


Box 46: folder 9
Commerce-State-Justice


Box 46: folder 10
Democratic initiatives - Omnibus


Box 46: folder 11
District of Columbia


Box 46: folder 12
Foreign operations


Box 46: folder 13
Interior


Box 47: folder 1
Labor-Health and Human Services-Education


Box 47: folder 2-3
Omnibus


Box 47: folder 4
Transportation


Box 47: folder 5
Treasury-Postal


Box 47: folder 6
Veterans Administration-Housing and Urban Development


Box 47: folder 7
California issues/research



Business


Box 47: folder 8
Child care


Box 47: folder 9
Education


Box 48: folder 1-3
Health care


Box 48: folder 4
Immigration


Box 48: folder 5
Important articles


Box 48: folder 6
Welfare


Box 49: folder 1
Foreign policy-105th



American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC)


Box 49: folder 2-3
American Jewish Congress -
Sep 1997

Box 49: folder 4
Bosnia


Box 49: folder 5
China bills,
Nov 1997

Box 49: folder 6
Cyprus Enclaved Resolution


Box 49: folder 7
Dayton Peace Accords


Box 49: folder 8
Foreign Policy Reform Act


Box 49: folder 9
Greek issues


Box 49: folder 10
Industrial College of the Armed Forces (ICAF) presentation


Box 50: folder 1
Intel Authorization FY 98 - Whistle-blower protection


Box 50: folder 2
Israel, 50th Anniversary


Box 50: folder 3
Middle East peace process


Box 50: folder 4
Mordechai visit


Box 50: folder 5
Non-proliferation


Box 50: folder 6-7
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)


Box 50
Enlargement


Box 50: folder 8-9
Op-ed


Box 51: folder 1
North Korea


Box 51: folder 2
North Korea launch


Box 51: folder 3
Perry Conference


Box 51: folder 4
U.S.-Iran relations, "Crossfire,"
Jan 1998

Box 51: folder 5
U.S.-Israeli Interparliamentary Commission - missiles


Box 51: folder 6
Immigration-104th & 105th



Immigration reform


Box 51: folder 7-8
Reimbursement to California for education of illegal immigrants


Box 51: folder 9
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits for immigrants


Box 51: folder 10
Legislative initiatives-105th



Choice Amendment - FY
1999

Box 51
Part 1


Box 51: folder 11-12
Part 2


Box 52: folder 1-5
Encryption


Box 52: folder 6-15
Restrictions on access:

[Closed until January 1, 2029]

HR 411 - Abortion at military facilities


Box 53: folder 1-9
Russia-Iran


Box 53
Part 1


Box 53: folder 10-28
Part 2


Box 54: folder 1-12
Vaccines for Children (VFC) program


Box 54
Part 1


Box 54: folder 13-16
Part 2


Box 55: folder 1-14
Bryan Banks



Agriculture,
1998

Box 55
Appropriations


Box 55: folder 15
Bass/DeFazio appropriations amendment


Box 55: folder 16
California citrus


Box 55: folder 17
California vs. El Niño


Box 55: folder 18
Farm crisis


Box 55: folder 19
General issues


Box 55: folder 20
H-2 visa program - "Bracero"


Box 55: folder 21
Miller/Schumer sugar appropriations amendment


Box 55: folder 22
Most Favored Nation & Fast Track Trade Authority


Box 55: folder 23
Neuman/Kanjorski peanut appropriations amendment


Box 55: folder 24
Northeast Dairy Compact


Box 55: folder 25
Point Reyes California Farmland Preservation Act


Box 55: folder 26
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture rural development - Val Dolcini


Box 55: folder 27
Arts issues,
1998


Congressional art competition


Box 55: folder 28
General


Box 55: folder 29
National Endowment for the Arts


Box 55: folder 30
Immigration,
1998


H1-B visa increase


Box 56: folder 1-4
Haitian refugee relief


Box 56: folder 5
Illegal immigration


Box 56: folder 6
Naturalization


Box 56: folder 7
Native Americans,
1998


Gaming


Box 57: folder 1
Sovereignty


Box 57: folder 2
Veterans


Box 57: folder 3
Transportation,
1998


Airline industry


Box 57: folder 4
Alameda Corridor


Box 57: folder 5
Appropriations "Dear Colleague" letters


Box 57: folder 6
Metropolitan Transportation Authority


Box 57: folder 7-9
Miscellaneous issues,
1998


High Tech


Box 57: folder 10
Postal operations


Box 57: folder 11
U.S. Treasury


Box 57: folder 12
David Flanders



Notes,
n.d.

Box 57
Part 1


Box 58: folder 1-21
Part 2


Box 59: folder 1-15
FY 1996 budget and appropriations



Agriculture


Box 59: folder 16
Appropriations information


Box 59: folder 17
Budget


Box 59
Part 1


Box 59: folder 18-19
Part 2


Box 60: folder 1-6
Commerce-State-Justice


Box 61: folder 1
Defense


Box 61: folder 2
District of Columbia


Box 61: folder 3
Emergency Rescissions and Supplemental


Box 61: folder 4
Energy and Water


Box 61: folder 5
Foreign Operations


Box 61: folder 6
Interior


Box 61: folder 7
Labor-Health and Human Services-Education


Box 61: folder 8
Legislative Branch


Box 61: folder 9
Military Construction


Box 62: folder 1
Omnibus


Box 62: folder 2
Transportation


Box 62: folder 3
Treasury-Postal


Box 62: folder 4
Veterans Administration-Housing and Urban Development


Box 62: folder 5
FY 1997 budget and appropriations



Agriculture


Box 62: folder 6
Budget


Box 62: folder 7-9
Commerce-State-Justice


Box 62: folder 10
District of Columbia


Box 62: folder 11
Emergency Supplemental


Box 62: folder 12
Energy and Water


Box 62: folder 13
Labor-Health and Human Services-Education


Box 62: folder 14
Legislative Branch


Box 63: folder 1
Military Construction


Box 63: folder 2
Omnibus


Box 63: folder 3
Transportation


Box 63: folder 4
Treasury-Postal


Box 63: folder 5
Veterans Administration-Housing and Urban Development


Box 63: folder 6
FY 1998 appropriations bills



Agriculture


Box 63: folder 7
Budget reconciliation


Box 63: folder 8
Commerce-State-Justice


Box 63: folder 9
Defense


Box 64: folder 1
District of Columbia


Box 64: folder 2
Energy and Water


Box 64: folder 3
Foreign Operations


Box 64: folder 4
Interior


Box 64: folder 5
Labor-Health and Human Services-Education


Box 65: folder 1
Legislative Branch


Box 65: folder 2
Military Construction


Box 65: folder 3
Transportation


Box 65: folder 4
Treasury-Postal


Box 65: folder 5
Veterans Administration-Housing and Urban Development


Box 65: folder 6
Danny Geffen



Crime,
1995-97

Box 65
Asset forfeiture


Box 65: folder 7
Assault weapons


Box 65: folder 8
Child pornography


Box 66: folder 1
Child protection


Box 66: folder 2
Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) program


Box 66: folder 3
Crime - general


Box 66: folder 4
Domestic violence gun ban


Box 66: folder 5
Drugs


Box 66: folder 6
Federal Bureau of Investigations due process for agents


Box 66: folder 7
Feinstein gangs bill


Box 66: folder 8
Flag burning


Box 66: folder 9
Guns - Brady bill


Box 66: folder 10
Jail


Box 66: folder 11
Juvenile justice


Box 66: folder 12
Law and Technology Centers


Box 66: folder 13
Lazarovich, Shayna


Box 66: folder 14
Legal Services Corporation


Box 66: folder 15
Mexico - drugs


Box 66: folder 16
Police benefits


Box 66: folder 17
Waco


Box 66: folder 18
Foreign affairs, 105th Congress,
1997-98


Bosnia


Box 66: folder 19
Croatia


Box 66: folder 20
Foreign arms sales


Box 66: folder 21
Foreign Operations appropriations FY 97


Box 66: folder 22
HR 2652 - School of the Americas


Box 66: folder 23
Human rights


Box 67: folder 1
Israel - foreign aid


Box 67: folder 2
Israel/Palestine Liberation Organization vs. terrorism


Box 67: folder 3
Jerusalem


Box 67: folder 4
Jewish issues


Box 67: folder 5
Middle East peace process


Box 67: folder 6-8
Nuclear arms


Box 67: folder 9
Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)


Box 68: folder 1-2
"Peace through Strength" National Security Caucus


Box 68: folder 3
Qaddafy/Farrakhan


Box 68: folder 4
State Department Authorization FY 98


Box 68: folder 5
Syria


Box 68: folder 6
U.S. arms sales


Box 68: folder 7
Foreign affairs, miscellaneous, 103rd-105th,
1993-98


Africa


Box 68: folder 8
Albania


Box 68: folder 9
Asia - general


Box 68: folder 10
Brazil


Box 68: folder 11
Burma/Myanmar


Box 68: folder 12
Cuba


Box 68: folder 13
East Timor/Indonesia


Box 69: folder 1
El Salvador


Box 69: folder 2
Foreign aid


Box 69: folder 3
Foreign aid authorization

[see also Oversize Materials]



Box 69: folder 4
Greece and Macedonia


Box 69: folder 5
Guatemala


Box 69: folder 6
Haiti


Box 69: folder 7
India/Pakistan/Kashmir


Box 69: folder 8
Iran


Box 69: folder 9
Iraq


Box 69: folder 10
Japan


Box 69: folder 11
Macedonia


Box 69: folder 12
Mexico


Box 69: folder 13
Newly Independent States (NIS)


Box 69: folder 14
Persian Gulf


Box 69: folder 15
Puerto Rico


Box 70: folder 1
Russia


Box 70: folder 2
Russia/Commonwealth of Independent States


Box 70: folder 3-4
Taiwan


Box 70: folder 5
Vietnam


Box 70: folder 6
Immigration,
1995-97


Administrative


Box 70: folder 7
Attacks on immigration groups


Box 70: folder 8
Benefits


Box 70: folder 9
Birthright citizenship


Box 70: folder 10
Border control


Box 70: folder 11-12
Californians for Population Stabilization


Box 71: folder 1
Cost data/studies


Box 71: folder 2
Deportation, visa overstays


Box 71: folder 3
General


Box 71: folder 4
HR 2202 - Immigration in the National Interest Act of 1995


Box 71
Part 1


Box 71: folder 5-21
Part 2


Box 72: folder 1-18
Immigration technology


Box 72: folder 19


Box 72: folder 20
Naturalization


Box 72: folder 21
Reimbursement to states


Box 72: folder 22
Taskforce on Immigration Reform


Box 72: folder 23
Temerula incident,
Apr 1996

Box 72: folder 24
Workplace enforcement


Box 72: folder 25
Trade,
1995-97


Bananas


Box 73: folder 1
Border Trade Alliance


Box 73: folder 2
Burma sanctions - con


Box 73: folder 3
Fast track


Box 73: folder 4
Financial sources


Box 73: folder 5
Information technology access


Box 73: folder 6
Israel


Box 73: folder 7
Japan - U.S.


Box 73: folder 8
Japan (from Japan)


Box 73: folder 9
Japan (from U.S.)


Box 73: folder 10
Japan (press)


Box 73: folder 11
Labor/Industry Coalition for International Trade


Box 73: folder 12
Lumber


Box 73: folder 13
Mexico bailout


Box 74: folder 1
Middle East


Box 74: folder 2
Romania MFN


Box 74: folder 3
Semiconductors (China/Japan)


Box 74: folder 4
Short supply


Box 74: folder 5
U.N. peacekeeping


Box 74: folder 6
Miscellaneous,
1995-96


Armenian National Committee of America


Box 74: folder 7
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) gun studies funding


Box 74: folder 8
Church arson


Box 74: folder 9
Franking file,
1993

Box 74: folder 10
Gay issues


Box 74: folder 11
Information superhighway


Box 74: folder 12
Internet use in Harman offices


Box 74: folder 13
Job training info


Box 74: folder 14
Legal Services Corporation


Box 74: folder 15
"Modem Tax"


Box 74: folder 16
National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)


Box 74: folder 17
"Press Freedom Abuses in Turkey - April 1996 Update"


Box 74: folder 18
Public Broadcasting


Box 74: folder 19
Terrorism bill


Box 74: folder 20-21
Terrorism bill (cont'd)


Box 75: folder 1-2
Thank yous


Box 75: folder 3
U.S. Sentencing Commission - Annual Report
1995

Box 75: folder 4
Danny Geffen and Maria Alongi



Choice,
1993-98

Box 75
Abortions at military facilities, 103rd & 104th


Box 75: folder 5
Anti-choice bills, 105th Congress, 1st session


Box 75: folder 6
Appropriations FY 97


Box 75: folder 7
Background information,
1997-98

Box 75: folder 8
California Title X clinics


Box 75: folder 9
Child Custody Protection Act


Box 75: folder 10
Clinic violence


Box 75: folder 11
HR- Parental Rights
1946

Box 76: folder 1
Insurance coverage


Box 76: folder 2
International family planning


Box 76: folder 3
Istook amendment, 104th Congress


Box 76: folder 4
NARAL Congressional Tally on Choice


Box 76: folder 5
Parental notification


Box 76: folder 6
"Partial birth" abortion


Box 76: folder 7
"Partial birth" veto override


Box 76: folder 8
RU486


Box 76: folder 9
Speeches on choice-103rd


Box 76: folder 10
Education - 104th-105th,
1995-98


Census


Box 76: folder 11
Class size reduction, FY 99


Box 76: folder 12
Cuts in 104th Congress


Box 76: folder 13-14
Educational equity


Box 77: folder 1
El Camino/Title III


Box 77: folder 2
Enrollment increases


Box 77: folder 3
General


Box 77: folder 4-6
Goals 2000


Box 77: folder 7
Harman record, education


Box 77: folder 8
Head Start


Box 77: folder 9
Higher Education Reauthorization


Box 77: folder 10
HR 123 - English Only


Box 77: folder 11
HR 3892 - English fluency


Box 77: folder 12
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)


Box 78: folder 1
Job training


Box 78: folder 2
Presidential scholarships


Box 78: folder 3
Primary and secondary funds


Box 78: folder 4
School lunch


Box 78: folder 5
Technology


Box 78: folder 6
Letters,
1994-98


AIDS Healthcare Foundation


Box 78: folder 7
Argentina trade barriers - Mattel


Box 78: folder 8
Assistive technology


Box 78: folder 9
Berenson, Lori


Box 78: folder 10
Bowers ambulance services


Box 78: folder 11
Breast cancer - Dept. of Defense appropriations FY 96


Box 78: folder 12
Breast cancer research funding


Box 78: folder 13
California State University (CSU) bond cap


Box 78: folder 14
Community Nursing Organization (CNO) project


Box 78: folder 15
Dept. of Energy National Security programs


Box 78: folder 16
Disproportionate Share Hospitals (DSH)


Box 78: folder 17
E-Rate


Box 78: folder 18
Electricity deregulation


Box 78: folder 19
H-1 B


Box 78: folder 20
Harbor-UCLA Medical Foundation, Inc. (MFI)


Box 78: folder 21
Health care reform - abortion coverage


Box 78: folder 22
HIV/AIDS prevention


Box 78: folder 23
HONDA-Ultra Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV)


Box 78: folder 24
Immigration and Naturalization Service inspectors


Box 78: folder 25
India


Box 78: folder 26
International Monetary Fund funding


Box 78: folder 27
Istook amendment - Labor/HHS FY 96


Box 78: folder 28
Job Corps


Box 78: folder 29
Medicaid abortion - Clinton


Box 78: folder 30
Medicaid for mentally disabled


Box 78: folder 31
Medicare reimbursement for mammography


Box 78: folder 32
Medicare - letter to seniors


Box 78: folder 33
Mexico prisoner transfer


Box 78: folder 34
Middle East peace process


Box 78: folder 35
Molina Medical Center


Box 78: folder 36
Natural gas - Dept. of Energy


Box 78: folder 37
Nursing education


Box 78: folder 38
P.E.A.C.H., Inc. - Qualified Medicare Beneficiaries (QMB)


Box 78: folder 39
Sanchez-Dornan


Box 79: folder 1
School libraries


Box 79: folder 2
Sexually transmitted disease (STD) research and prevention


Box 79: folder 3
Social Security reform


Box 79: folder 4
State Justice Institute - Programs for Women


Box 79: folder 5
Suffrage statues


Box 79: folder 6
Teen pregnancies


Box 79: folder 7
Terrorist attack in Jerusalem


Box 79: folder 8
Tobacco letter to Gingrich


Box 79: folder 9
Tobacco Tax - children's health


Box 79: folder 10
Tucker, Regina


Box 79: folder 11
UCLA - Neighborhood Knowledge Los Angeles (NKLA) program


Box 79: folder 12
Veteran status of women - Women's Health Initiative


Box 79: folder 13
Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) conferees


Box 79: folder 14
Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) priorities


Box 79: folder 15
Women's issues funding - Labor/HHS FY 95


Box 79: folder 16
Women's Rights Beijing - Albright


Box 79: folder 17
World Trade Organization (WTO) - Clinton


Box 79: folder 18
Zana, Leyla


Box 79: folder 19
Social Security Reform, 105th,
1997-98


Briefing for California Congressional staff


Box 79: folder 20
General


Box 79: folder 21
Trade, 103rd-105th,
1993-98


California companies - Guanzhou Airport


Box 79: folder 22
Cuban Humanitarian Trade Act


Box 79: folder 23
Fast Track Trade Authority


Box 79: folder 24-26
General System of Preferences (GSP) program


Box 79: folder 27
Hughes satellite


Box 80: folder 1
International Monetary Fund funding


Box 80: folder 2
Jackson-Vanik Vietnam


Box 80: folder 3
Most-Favored-Nation - China


Box 80
1993-96

Box 80: folder 4-7
1996-99

Box 81: folder 1-3
North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)


Box 81: folder 4
Welfare reform, 105th,
1997-98


California reform


Box 81: folder 5
California waiver


Box 81: folder 6
General


Box 82: folder 1-3
Welfare and Medicaid Reform Act of 1996


Box 82: folder 4
Women and families,
1994-98


American Association of University Women voting record


Box 83: folder 1
Adoption


Box 83: folder 2
Beijing


Box 83: folder 3-7
Child care


Box 83: folder 8
Child Protection Act


Box 83: folder 9
Children's Gun Violence Protection Act


Box 83: folder 10
Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues, 20th anniversary


Box 83: folder 11
Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW)


Box 83: folder 12
Domestic violence


Box 83: folder 13
HR 3855 - Children's Hospital


Box 84: folder 1
Klugman, Kate


Box 84: folder 2
Little Rock Nine


Box 84: folder 3
Suicide prevention


Box 84: folder 4
Suffrage statues - Harman remarks


Box 84: folder 5
Violence Against Women Act of 1994 (VAWA)


Box 84: folder 6
Violence Against Women Act of 1998


Box 84: folder 7
Women in the Military Service for America (WIMSA) - Women Veterans Memorial


Box 84: folder 8
Women, Infants and Children (WIC) nutrition program


Box 84: folder 9
Women's Caucus-105th Congress


Box 84: folder 10
Women's opportunities - Harman


Box 84: folder 11
Ron Stone



Energy and environment,
1993-97

Box 84
Airline ticket tax


Box 85: folder 1
Alameda Corridor


Box 85: folder 2
Ballona Wetlands


Box 85: folder 3
Bay-Delta Estuary


Box 85: folder 4
California Desert Protection Act


Box 85: folder 5
CALSTART


Box 85: folder 6
Campaign finance


Box 85: folder 7
Catalina


Box 85: folder 8
Chevron


Box 85: folder 9
Clean air


Box 85: folder 10
Clean Water Act


Box 85: folder 11
DDT/420


Box 85: folder 12
Del Amo event,
3 Mar 1997

Box 85: folder 13
Douglas Street


Box 85: folder 14
Electrical Transportation Test Center


Box 85: folder 15
Endangered Species Act


Box 85: folder 16
Environmental op-ed


Box 86: folder 1
Environmental paper


Box 86: folder 2
Environmental politics


Box 86: folder 3
Environmental roundtables


Box 86: folder 4
Flow control


Box 86: folder 5
Forests


Box 86: folder 6
Grazing fees


Box 86: folder 7
Green Framing Systems


Box 86: folder 8
Green Scissors


Box 86: folder 9
Ham radio/spectrums


Box 86: folder 10
Hear the Bay


Box 86: folder 11
High-speed ground transportation initiative/ Maglev


Box 86: folder 12
Highway safety


Box 86: folder 13
Hughes


Box 86: folder 14
Honda


Box 86: folder 15
Hyperion


Box 86: folder 16
Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems (IVHS)


Box 86: folder 17
Interior appropriations, FY 96-97


Box 86: folder 18-19
Japan air issue


Box 86: folder 20
LAX


Box 87: folder 1-2
LAX master plan


Box 87: folder 3
League of Conservation Voters (LCV)


Box 87: folder 4
Marina del Rey


Box 87: folder 5
Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA)


Box 87: folder 6
Mining law reform


Box 87: folder 7
National Biological Survey


Box 87: folder 8
National Information Infrastructure (NII)


Box 87: folder 9
National parks


Box 87: folder 10
National Weather Service


Box 87: folder 11
Natural disasters


Box 88: folder 1
Natural gas vehicle (NGV)


Box 88: folder 2
Neighborhood Electric Vehicles (NEV)


Box 88: folder 3
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration


Box 88: folder 4
Offshore oil drilling


Box 88: folder 5
Pesticides


Box 88: folder 6
Presidio


Box 88: folder 7
Project California


Box 88: folder 8
Radon


Box 88: folder 9
Rail electrification


Box 88: folder 10
Railroads


Box 88: folder 11
Recycling


Box 88: folder 12
Redondo Beach


Box 88: folder 13
Reformulated gas


Box 88: folder 14
Regulatory reform


Box 88: folder 15
Renewables


Box 88: folder 16
Safe drinking water


Box 88: folder 17
Santa Monica Airport


Box 88: folder 18
Santa Monica Bay Restoration Project (SMBRP)


Box 88: folder 19
Securities reform


Box 88: folder 20
Solar energy


Box 88: folder 21
Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG)


Box 89: folder 1
Superfund


Box 89: folder 2
Supertug


Box 89: folder 3
Takings


Box 89: folder 4
Telecommunications


Box 89: folder 5
Unfunded mandates reform


Box 89: folder 6
Ward Valley


Box 89: folder 7
West Basin recycling


Box 89: folder 8
Wetlands


Box 89: folder 9
Wind energy


Box 89: folder 10
Xcorp


Box 89: folder 11
Zero Emissions Surface Transit (ZEST) bus


Box 89: folder 12
Mission to Planet Earth,
1995-96


Amendment language


Box 89: folder 13
American Geophysical Union (AGU)


Box 89: folder 14
Appropriations correspondence - Harman/Bartlett


Box 89: folder 15
Background/press


Box 89: folder 16
Bartlett


Box 89: folder 17
Budget request


Box 89: folder 18
Commercial space bill


Box 89: folder 19
Committee bill,
1995

Box 89: folder 20
Correspondence, miscellaneous


Box 90: folder 1
Earth Observing System common bus


Box 90: folder 2
Earth Observing System Data and Information System


Box 90: folder 3
EDS


Box 90: folder 4
"El Niño"


Box 90: folder 5
Event


Box 90: folder 6
Fact book


Box 90: folder 7
Fire


Box 90: folder 8
Fire - Arizona


Box 90: folder 9
Gardiner/Environmental Protection Agency


Box 90: folder 10
General Accounting Office refute


Box 90: folder 11
Goldin/Walker interchange on science


Box 90: folder 12
Harman statements


Box 90: folder 13
Harman/Boehlert colloquy


Box 90: folder 14
Hughes


Box 90: folder 15
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)


Box 90: folder 16
Insurance industry


Box 90: folder 17
Kennel, Dr. Charles F.


Box 90: folder 18
Landsat data applications


Box 90: folder 19
Marshall


Box 90: folder 20
Matossian


Box 90: folder 21
Mika, Aram


Box 90: folder 22
Montreal Protocol


Box 90: folder 23
National Academy of Sciences (NAS)


Box 90: folder 24-25
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)


Box 90: folder 26-27
Policy bill FY 96


Box 91: folder 1
Press


Box 91: folder 2
Rescoping/improvements


Box 91: folder 3
Risk


Box 91: folder 4
Scripps


Box 91: folder 5
Senate authorization


Box 91: folder 6
Sensenbrenner


Box 91: folder 7
Sparks report


Box 91: folder 8
Stennis (John C. Stennis Space Center)


Box 91: folder 9
Talking points


Box 91: folder 10
Testimony and statements


Box 91: folder 11
TRW


Box 91: folder 12
Uncosted carryover balances


Box 91: folder 13
United States Global Change Research Program (USGCRP)


Box 91: folder 14
Walker


Box 91: folder 15
Watkins


Box 91: folder 16
Weyerhauser


Box 91: folder 17
Whipping materials


Box 91: folder 18
Space and technology,
1993-97


Restrictions on access:

[Closed untilJanuary 1, 2029]

Ace Clearwater


Box 91: folder 19
Advanced Liquid Metal Reactor (ALMR) program


Box 91: folder 20
Advanced Technology Program (ATP)


Box 91: folder 21
Advanced X-Ray Astrophysics Facility (AXAF)


Box 91: folder 22
Aeronautics


Box 92: folder 1
AeroVironment, Inc.


Box 92: folder 2
Biomixer


Box 92: folder 3
California Manufacturing Technology Center (CMTC)


Box 92: folder 4
Cassini JPL


Box 92: folder 5
Challenger Learning Center


Box 92: folder 6
Clean Air Now


Box 92: folder 7
Clipper chip


Box 92: folder 8
Coalition budget - research and development


Box 92: folder 9
Commerce Dept. in 36th Congressional District


Box 92: folder 10
Commerce-State-Justice appropriations FY 97


Box 92: folder 11
Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs)


Box 92: folder 12
Dept. of Energy Authorization FY 96


Box 92: folder 13
Direct TV


Box 92: folder 14
Discovery


Box 92: folder 15
El Camino College


Box 92: folder 16
Environmental research and development


Box 92: folder 17
"Environmental Science Under Siege: Fringe Science and the 104th Congress," Rep. George Brown, Jr.


Box 92: folder 18
Restrictions on access:

[open]

Excellon


Box 92: folder 19
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)


Box 93: folder 1-2
Food and Drug Administration


Box 93: folder 3
Fuel cells


Box 93: folder 4
Fusion


Box 93: folder 5
Gas Turbine-Modular Helium Reactor (GT-MHR)


Box 93: folder 6
Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites (GOES)


Box 93: folder 7
Gingrich


Box 93: folder 8
Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment program (GLOBE)/NOAA


Box 93: folder 9
Goldin visit,
1994-96

Box 93: folder 10-11
Green technology


Box 93: folder 12-14
HR- Commerce Department dismantling
1756

Box 93: folder 15
Hughes - general


Box 93: folder 16
Hydrogen


Box 93: folder 17
Illusion Inc.


Box 93: folder 18
Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)


Box 94: folder 1
Komsat


Box 94: folder 2
Kotkin story


Box 94: folder 3
Mars Surveyor/Pathfinder


Box 94: folder 4
McDonnell Douglas


Box 94: folder 5
Metrics


Box 94: folder 6
Mission Home


Box 94: folder 7
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)


Box 94: folder 8-18
National Science Foundation (NSF)


Box 95: folder 1
Nuclear energy/waste


Box 95: folder 2
Odyssey/TRW


Box 95: folder 3
Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP)/space


Box 95: folder 4
Omnibus Science Authorization FY 97


Box 95: folder 5
Research and development tax credit


Box 95: folder 6
Reusable launch vehicles


Box 95: folder 7
Right Consortium


Box 95: folder 8
Rockwell


Box 95: folder 9
Sea Grant


Box 95: folder 10
Sea Launch


Box 95: folder 11
Small Satellite Technology Initiative (SSTI)


Box 95: folder 12
South Bay Workshop of Governments


Box 95: folder 13
Space commercialization


Box 95: folder 14
Space Infrared Telescope Facility (SIRTF)/Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA)


Box 95: folder 15
Space launch


Box 95: folder 16
Space nuclear power


Box 95: folder 17
Space science - general


Box 95: folder 18
Space shuttle


Box 95: folder 19
Space station


Box 95: folder 20
Space suits


Box 96: folder 1
Spectrum Astro


Box 96: folder 2
Thermal Electronics, Inc.


Box 96: folder 3
Tracking and Data Relay Satellites (TDRS)


Box 96: folder 4
University of California


Box 96: folder 5
Veterans Administration-Housing and Urban Development appropriations, FY 95-97


Box 96: folder 6-8
Wildfires


Box 96: folder 9
Wyle Laboratories


Box 96: folder 10
Miscellaneous,
1994-97


City of Los Angeles


Box 96: folder 11
Electricity deregulation


Box 96: folder 12
Energy and Water appropriations, FY 95-97


Box 96: folder 13-15
Federal Emergency Management Agency


Box 96: folder 16
Gas Turbine-Modular Helium Reactor (GT-MHR)


Box 96: folder 17
Kubota


Box 97: folder 1
Legal reform


Box 97: folder 2
Line item veto


Box 97: folder 3
Loyola Marymount University


Box 97: folder 4
National Energy Policy Act of 1992 (NEPA)


Box 97: folder 5
Patents


Box 97: folder 6
Right-to-Know Law


Box 97: folder 7
Risk assessment


Box 97: folder 8
Robinson helicopters


Box 97: folder 9
Terrorism


Box 97: folder 10
Ron Stone and Maria Alongi



Health care,
1995-98

Box 97
AIDS Project LA


Box 98: folder 1
Alzheimer's Disease


Box 98: folder 2
American Nurses Association


Box 98: folder 3
Breast cancer stamp


Box 98: folder 4
Chiropractic


Box 98: folder 5
Contraceptive coverage


Box 98: folder 6
Expansion of Portability Act


Box 98: folder 7
Families First


Box 98: folder 8
Food and Drug Administration reform


Box 98: folder 9
Genetic information non-discrimination


Box 98: folder 10
Hatch-Kennedy Act


Box 98: folder 11
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)


Box 98: folder 12
Health Tech


Box 98: folder 13
HR 1415 - Patient Access to Responsible Care Act of 1997 (PARCA)


Box 98: folder 14
Little Company of Mary Health Services


Box 98: folder 15
Mammography quality standards


Box 98: folder 16
Managed care reform


Box 98: folder 17
Managed care reform vote


Box 99: folder 1
Medicaid


Box 99: folder 2-4
Medical savings account


Box 99: folder 5
Medicare


Box 99: folder 6-7
Medicare/Medicaid


Box 100: folder 1-4
Medicine cabinet


Box 100: folder 5
National Mammography Day


Box 100: folder 6
No Tobacco for Children Act


Box 100: folder 7
Osteoporosis


Box 100: folder 8
Tobacco settlement


Box 100: folder 9
Women, Infants and Children (WIC) nutrition program


Box 100: folder 10
Women's Health and Cancer Rights Act of 1997


Box 100: folder 11
Women's Health Equity Act of 1996


Box 100: folder 12
Project files,
1995-98


Aerospace Corporation


Box 101: folder 1
AIDS Healthcare Foundation


Box 101: folder 2
Alameda Corridor


Box 101: folder 3
EV Rental Cars/Jeffrey Pink


Box 101: folder 4-5
Federal Emergency Management Agency


Box 101: folder 6-8
Harman - Los Angeles Air Force Base renaming building


Box 101: folder 9
Hi-Shear technology


Box 101: folder 10


Box 101: folder 11
Less-lethal weapons - Jaime Cuadros


Box 101: folder 12
Marina del Rey


Box 101: folder 13
Montrose-Del Amo DDT


Box 101: folder 14
Palos Verdes


Box 102: folder 1-2
Palos Verdes shelf - DDT/PCB contamination


Box 102: folder 3
Playa Vista


Box 102: folder 4
Polar Power


Box 102
Part 1


Box 102: folder 5-6
Part 2


Box 103: folder 1-2
Port of Los Angeles


Box 103: folder 3
Port of Los Angeles - Pier 400


Box 103: folder 4
Prisoners in Peru


Box 103: folder 5
Rochem


Box 103: folder 6
Toyota hybrid electric vehicle


Box 103: folder 7
Venice Family Clinic


Box 103: folder 8
Western Airlines employees' claim


Box 103: folder 9
Subject/issues files



Defense


Box 103
Restrictions on access:

[Closed untilJanuary 1, 2029]

B-2 bomber files


Box 103
1995

Box 103: folder 10-11


Box 104: folder 1-5
1996

Box 104
Part 1


Box 104: folder 6-7
Part 2


Box 105: folder 1-4
1997

Box 105: folder 5-6
1998

Box 105: folder 7
Deep Strike Weapons study,
1996-97

Box 105: folder 8
Panel,
1998

Box 105: folder 9


Box 106: folder 1-4
Restrictions on access:

[open]

Work by congressional district


Box 106: folder 5-7
Big Think topics,
1997-98


Strategy/threats


Box 107: folder 1-4
Revolution in military affairs


Box 107
Big Think forum, handouts


Box 107: folder 5-6
Restructuring defense - reports and briefings


Box 107
Restrictions on access:

[open]

Part 1


Box 107: folder 7-8
Part 2


Box 108: folder 1-2
Infrastructure reform


Box 108
Part 1


Box 108: folder 3-7
Part 2


Box 109: folder 1-4
Restrictions on access:

[folder 4 open]

Budgets



FY 1996


Box 109
Part 1


Box 110: folder 1-9
Part 2


Box 111: folder 1-6
FY 1997



36th District contractor issues


Box 111: folder 7
AIPAC Defense Appropriations Agenda


Box 111: folder 8
Appropriations bill


Box 112: folder 1
Budget book


Box 112: folder 2-4
Hammon computer files


Box 112: folder 5-8
HNSC, Dept. of Defense hearings


Box 112
Part 1


Box 112: folder 9
Part 2


Box 113: folder 1-4
Requests


Box 113: folder 5-6
FY 1998



Budget request


Box 114: folder 1
Defense Authorization Conference


Box 114: folder 2-5
HNSC hearings and meetings


Box 114
Research and Development Subcommittee organizational meeting,
11 Feb

Box 114: folder 6
Secretary of Defense/Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff posture,
12 Feb

Box 114: folder 7
Future readiness,
27 Feb

Box 114: folder 8
Chem-Bio/domestic terrorism,
28 Feb

Box 114: folder 9
Commanders in chief (CINC) hearings,
4 Mar, 18 Mar

Box 114: folder 10
Service Chiefs,
4 Mar

Box 114: folder 11
Tactical air,
5 Mar

Box 115: folder 1
Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD),
6 Mar

Box 115: folder 2
Army modernization,
11 Mar

Box 115: folder 3
Service secretaries,
12 Mar

Box 115: folder 4
BMD/Russia Doctrine,
13 Mar

Box 115: folder 5
Unmanned aerial vehicles,
9 Apr

Box 115: folder 6
NATO,
17 Jul

Box 115: folder 7
Miscellaneous hearings


Box 115: folder 8
Mark-up book


Box 115: folder 9-11
Mark-up memos


Box 116: folder 1
Requests


Box 116: folder 2-3
Requests - late


Box 116: folder 4-5
Research and Development Subcommittee issues/overview


Box 116: folder 6
Supplemental and Omnibus reprogramming


Box 116: folder 7
FY 1999



Defense Authorization Conference


Box 117: folder 1-3
Dept. of Defense press releases


Box 117: folder 4
Restrictions on access:

[open]

HNSC bill - HR 3616


Box 117
Part 1


Box 117: folder 5-6
Part 2


Box 118: folder 1-5
HNSC hearings


Box 118
Response to domestic terrorism,
4 Nov 1997

Box 118: folder 6
Quadrennial Defense Review/National Defense Panel,
29 Jan 1998

Box 118: folder 7
Secretary of Defense/Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,
5 Feb

Box 118: folder 8
Threats,
12 Feb

Box 118: folder 9
Proliferation,
25 Feb

Box 118: folder 10
Modernization (Gansler),
26 Feb

Box 118: folder 11
Atlantic Command (ACOM)/Pacific Command (PACOM)/United States Forces Korea (USFK),
26 Feb

Box 119: folder 1
Navy/USMC modernization,
4 Mar

Box 119: folder 2
Army modernization,
4 Mar

Box 119: folder 3
U.S. European Command (EUCOM)/U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM),
5 Mar

Box 119: folder 4
Merchant Marine issues,
10 Mar

Box 119: folder 5
Air Force modernization,
10 Mar

Box 119: folder 6
Service chiefs,
12 Mar

Box 119: folder 7
Bosnia funding,
18 Mar

Box 119: folder 8
Russian security issues,
19 Mar

Box 119: folder 9
Readiness/personnel field hearing,
20 Mar

Box 119: folder 10
Service secretaries,
26 Mar

Box 119: folder 11
Long Range Airpower (Welch panel),
1 Apr

Box 120: folder 1
Air Force depots,
4 Jun

Box 120: folder 2
Information warfare,
11 Jun

Box 120: folder 3
Rumsfeld report,
16 Jul

Box 120: folder 4
Russia issues,
4 Aug

Box 120: folder 5
Iraq inspections,
15 Sep

Box 120: folder 6
Readiness,
23 Sep

Box 120: folder 7
Space power,
29 Sep

Box 120: folder 8
Readiness,
7 Oct

Box 120: folder 9
Modernization,
8 Oct

Box 120: folder 10
Mark-up prep book


Box 120: folder 11
Request letters from Harman


Box 120: folder 12
Senate Committee on Armed Services bill press release


Box 120: folder 13
Restrictions on access:

[open]

Defense conversion/dual-use technology issues,
1993-98


California Manufacturing Technology Center


Box 120: folder 14
Conversion


Box 120: folder 15-16
Defense consolidation


Box 120: folder 17
Defense Reinvestment and High-Tech Job Creation Act


Box 121: folder 1
Dual use


Box 121: folder 2-4
Fuel cell buyers


Box 121: folder 5
Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation


Box 121: folder 6
Reports/reference materials


Box 121
Restrictions on access:

[open]

Aerospace Industrial Base Issues
(1996)

Box 121: folder 7
California Assembly Report of the Select Committee on Defense Conversion
(1996)

Box 121: folder 8
Defense Contractors: Pay, Benefits, and Restructuring During Defense Downsizing
(1995)

Box 121: folder 9
The Evolving Structure of the Defense Industry
(1996)

Box 122: folder 1
Industry in Transition: Strategies and Issues for Aerospace & Defense Companies in Southern California
(1993)

Box 122: folder 2
Life After Cutbacks: Tracking California's Aerospace Workers
(1996)

Box 122: folder 3
Pathway to Privatization, an Industry Perspective: Report of the California CEOs' Defense Privatization Task Force
(1996)

Box 122: folder 4
RAND; Defense Spending, Aerospace, and the California Economy ; Regional Distribution of Aerospace Procurement Cuts
(1993) (1994)

Box 122: folder 5
Technology Reinvestment Program (TRP)


Box 122: folder 6
Export policy (satellites, supercomputers),
1993-98


China hearings


Box 122: folder 7-9
China satellite export/launch issue - background
(1998)

Box 122
Part 1


Box 122: folder 10
Part 2


Box 123: folder 1-2
Satellite exports


Box 123: folder 3-7
Supercomputer exports


Box 124: folder 1-2
Firms



Ace Clearwater


Box 124: folder 3
Aerojet


Box 124: folder 4
Aerospace Corporation


Box 124: folder 5-7
Aerospace Corporation/Science Applications International Corporation merger


Box 124: folder 8
Aerospace industry - general


Box 125: folder 1
Allied Signal


Box 125: folder 2
AMCOMP Corporation


Box 125: folder 3
Applied Solar Energy Corporation


Box 125: folder 4
Astro Flight


Box 125: folder 5
bd Systems, Inc.


Box 125: folder 6


Box 125: folder 7
Computer Sciences Corporation


Box 125: folder 8
Cosmodyne


Box 125
Part 1


Box 125: folder 9-11
Part 2


Box 126: folder 1
CVB, Inc.


Box 126: folder 2
Ducommon Inc.


Box 126: folder 3
Dyna-Cam Industries (TRP winner)


Box 126: folder 4
EDEL


Box 126: folder 5
Eidetics Aircrafts


Box 126: folder 6
FMS Corporation


Box 126: folder 7
GDE Systems, Inc.


Box 126: folder 8
Geodynamics


Box 126: folder 9
GTE Government Systems


Box 126: folder 10
Hi-Shear


Box 126: folder 11
Hitco Technologies


Box 126: folder 12
Hughes - defense/space


Box 126: folder 13
Hughes Electronics


Box 127: folder 1
International Rectifier


Box 127: folder 2
ITT


Box 127: folder 3
Lockheed Martin


Box 127: folder 4
Logicon


Box 127: folder 5
Magnavox


Box 127: folder 6
Matrix Science Corp.


Box 127: folder 7
McDonnell Douglas


Box 127: folder 8
Microcosm, Inc.


Box 127: folder 9
Moog, Inc.


Box 127: folder 10
Mykotronix


Box 127: folder 11
Norris Industries


Box 127: folder 12
Northrop Grumman


Box 127: folder 13
Pacific Applied Research


Box 127: folder 14
Physical Optics Corp.


Box 127: folder 15
Precision Echo


Box 128: folder 1
RAND


Box 128: folder 2
Raytheon


Box 128: folder 3
Robotix


Box 128: folder 4
Rockwell


Box 128: folder 5
SAIC


Box 128: folder 6
Teledyne Microelectronics


Box 128: folder 7
TRW


Box 128: folder 8-9
Wyatt Technology


Box 128: folder 10
Hearing transcripts



Restrictions on access:

[open]

House Committee on Armed Services, An Assessment of the Bottom-Up Review: Hearings before the Military Forces and Personnel Subcommittee of the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives, 103rd Cong., 2nd sess.,
1994

Box 129: folder 1
House Committee on National Security, Hearings on National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1998- H.R. 1119 and Oversight of Previously Authorized Programs before the Committee on National Security, House of Representatives, 105th Cong., 1st sess.,
1997

Box 129: folder 2
Los Angeles Air Force Base (LA AFB),
1993-97


Base briefings/fact sheets


Box 129: folder 3
Base realignment and closure (BRAC)


Box 129
Hearings


Box 129: folder 4
Information pre-BRAC
1995

Box 129: folder 5
Reports/studies


Box 129
Restrictions on access:

[open]



Box 129: folder 6-8
Part 2


Box 130: folder 1-2
Miscellaneous correspondence and background


Box 130: folder 3-6
Letters supporting LA AFB


Box 130
Part 1


Box 130: folder 7
Part 2


Box 131: folder 1-2
Reuse of bases


Box 131: folder 3
Miscellaneous


Box 131
General


Box 131: folder 4
LA AFB & Space and Missile Command


Box 131: folder 5
News clippings


Box 131: folder 6
Restrictions on access:

[open]

White Point housing


Box 131: folder 7-8
Missile defense



General,
1994-95

Box 132: folder 1-4
General,
1996-98

Box 133: folder 1-5
HR 3144 - Defend America Act of
1996

Box 134: folder 1-2
Reports and background information


Box 134: folder 3-7
Restrictions on access:

[open]

Programs,
1994-98


A-12


Box 135: folder 1
Advanced Milsatcom


Box 135: folder 2
Advanced Technology Transit Bus (ATTB)


Box 135: folder 3
Airborne Laser (ABL)


Box 135: folder 4
Arrow/THEL


Box 135: folder 5
Arsenal ship


Box 135: folder 6
B-1 bomber


Box 135: folder 7
Battle Combat Identification System (BCIS)


Box 135: folder 8
C-17


Box 135: folder 9-10
Comanche


Box 135: folder 11
Crusader


Box 135: folder 12
CVN-77


Box 135: folder 13
Electric vehicles (DoD)


Box 136: folder 1
F-14


Box 136: folder 2
F-15


Box 136: folder 3
F-16


Box 136: folder 4
F-18


Box 136: folder 5-8
F-18D sale to Thailand


Box 136: folder 9
F-22


Box 136: folder 10-11
Flat panel displays


Box 137: folder 1
Global Broadcast System - Hughes


Box 137: folder 2
Hughes Integrated Synthetic Aperture Radar (HISAR)


Box 137: folder 3
Hunter UAV - TRW


Box 137: folder 4
Joint Primary Aircraft Training System (JPATS)


Box 137: folder 5
Joint Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) Avionics Family (JSAF)


Box 137: folder 6
Joint Strike Fighter (JSF)


Box 137: folder 7-8
Joint Surveillance and Tracking Attack Radar System (JSTARS)


Box 137: folder 9
Land Warrior (Protest) - Hughes


Box 137: folder 10
Life Support for Trauma and Transport (LSTAT)


Box 137: folder 11
MILSTAR


Box 137: folder 12
Miniature Sensor Technology Integration (MSTI)


Box 137: folder 13
Sea Launch


Box 137: folder 14
Shortstop


Box 138: folder 1
Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS)


Box 138: folder 2
Space Based Laser (SBL)


Box 138: folder 3
Tactical Tomahawk


Box 138: folder 4
V-22


Box 138: folder 5
Weapons of mass destruction,
1996


Counterproliferation and WMD - studies and reports


Box 138: folder 6-8
Restrictions on access:

[open]

HR 3729 - Chem-Bio Defense


Box 139: folder 1-5
Miscellaneous issues,
1993-98


Acquisition reform


Box 139


Box 139: folder 6-7
Part 2


Box 140: folder 1-3
Aerospace Advisory Committee


Box 140: folder 4
Articles/papers


Box 140: folder 5
Assembled Chemical Weapons Assessment program (ACWA) letter


Box 140: folder 6
Blackhawk incident


Box 140: folder 7
Bosnia


Box 141: folder 1-6
California issues, miscellaneous


Box 141: folder 7
California National Guard


Box 141: folder 8
Civil engineering at LA AFB


Box 141: folder 9
Coast Guard housing


Box 141: folder 10
Coast Guard letter


Box 141: folder 11
Cohen visit,
May 1997

Box 142: folder 1
Cohen letters


Box 142: folder 2
Conferences - George Raach


Box 142: folder 3
Conger Weeklies,
Nov 1997-Feb 1998

Box 142: folder 4
Danzig, Richard


Box 142: folder 5
Deep Freeze - Navy


Box 142: folder 6
Defense


Box 142: folder 7-10
Elk Hills


Box 142: folder 11
Fatigue management


Box 142: folder 12
Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDCs)


Box 142: folder 13
Gansler meeting


Box 143: folder 1


Box 143: folder 2
Hammon: district files, strategic plan, Weeklies,
Jan 1996

Box 143: folder 3-5
Household goods reengineering


Box 143: folder 6
HR 7 - Contract with America


Box 143: folder 7
HR 2786 - IMPACT
1997

Box 143: folder 8
Intelligence issues


Box 143
CIA - crack in Los Angeles


Box 143: folder 9
General


Box 143: folder 10
HPSCI hearings


Box 143: folder 11
HR 3237 - Intelligence Community Act


Box 143: folder 12
Information infrastructure


Box 143: folder 13
Intelligence issues/bill FY 99


Box 143: folder 14
Iran-Bosnia report


Box 143: folder 15
Whistleblower Act


Box 144: folder 1-2
Interviews


Box 144: folder 3
Landmines


Box 144: folder 4
Line item veto


Box 144: folder 5
Lomita Little League


Box 144: folder 6
McClellan Air Force Base


Box 144: folder 7
Mergers of defense firms


Box 144: folder 8-9
Microwave power tubes


Box 144: folder 10
Modular Airborne Fire Fighting Systems (MAFFS)


Box 144: folder 11
Naval Museum - Jim Cross


Box 144: folder 12
New energy ventures


Box 144: folder 13
North Korea missiles - Weldon-Spratt bill


Box 144: folder 14
Nunn-Lugar program


Box 145: folder 1
Offsets


Box 145: folder 2
Perry visit to Los Angeles


Box 145: folder 3
Privatization of depots


Box 145: folder 4
Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR)/National Defense Panel (NDP)


Box 145: folder 5-6
Raach exit memo,
29 Aug 1997

Box 145: folder 7
Readiness


Box 145: folder 8
Restructuring charges


Box 145: folder 9
Southwest Defense Complex


Box 145: folder 10
Speeches,
1996-98

Box 145: folder 11
Restrictions on access:

[open]

Stevens, Dr. Bryan


Box 146: folder 1
Tactical airpower


Box 146: folder 2
Torrance Jr. ROTC


Box 146: folder 3
University of California


Box 146: folder 4
U.S.-Israeli Interparliamentary Commission


Box 146: folder 5
USS Missouri, berthing


Box 146: folder 6
Veterans


Box 146
American GI forum - cosponsor


Box 146: folder 7
Displaced workers


Box 146: folder 8
Guard and Reserves


Box 146: folder 9
Gulf War illness


Box 146: folder 10
Low cost food options for homeless veterans


Box 146: folder 11
Motion Picture Licensing Association (MPLA)


Box 146: folder 12
VA hospital - Long Beach


Box 146: folder 13
Veterans Affairs


Box 146: folder 14
Veterans' issues


Box 146: folder 15
VFW rifles


Box 146: folder 16
Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) Chapter 53


Box 146: folder 17
Women in the armed forces,
1993-98


Restrictions on access:

[Closed untilJanuary 1, 2029]

Abortion services for overseas servicewomen


Box 146: folder 18
Adultery


Box 146: folder 19
Commission on Military Training and Gender-related Issues


Box 146: folder 20
Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services (DACOWITS)


Box 147: folder 1
Defense Authorization Act, FY 98-99


Box 147: folder 2-3
Flinn, AF Lieutenant Kelly


Box 147: folder 4
Hale, General David


Box 147: folder 5
Harman statements/letters/press


Box 147: folder 6
Restrictions on access:

[open]

Integrated/segregated basic training


Box 147
Part 1


Box 147: folder 7-9
Part 2


Box 148: folder 1
Kassebaum-Baker segregated training report


Box 148: folder 2-3
Military justice system


Box 148: folder 4-5
"New Opportunities for Military Women: Effects upon Readiness, Cohesion and Morale" RAND
(Oct 1997),

Box 148: folder 6
Restrictions on access:

[open]

Opportunities for women in the military


Box 149: folder 1
Sexual misconduct investigation



Army Senior Review Panel on Sexual Harassment


Box 149: folder 2-5
Army sexual harassment


Box 149
Part 1


Box 149: folder 6
Part 2


Box 150: folder 1
General


Box 150: folder 2-4
Publications and reports


Box 150
Restrictions on access:

[open]

CODEL Harman briefing book, Fort Jackson, SC,
Jan 1998

Box 150: folder 5
Restrictions on access:

[Closed untilJanuary 1, 2029]

Defense Equal Opportunity Council, Report on the Task Force on Discrimination and Sexual Harassment, v. 1 and 2
(May 1995)

Box 150: folder 6
Department of Defense, 1995 Sexual Harassment Survey


Box 151: folder 1
Department of the Army, Human Relations Action Plan: The Human Dimension of Combat Readiness
(Jul 1997)

Box 151: folder 2
General Accounting Office, Military Equal Opportunity: Certain Trends in Racial and Gender Data May Warrant Further Analysis
(Nov 1995)

Box 151: folder 3
General Accounting Office, Military Equal Opportunity: Problems with Services' Complaint Systems Are Being Addressed by DoD
(Jan 1996)

Box 151: folder 4
General Accounting Office, letter to the Honorable Robert K. Dornan, Chairman, Subcommittee on Military Personnel,
10 Jun 1996

Box 151: folder 5
Madeline Morris, "By Force of Arms: Rape, War and Military Culture," Duke Law Journal 45 651-781
(1996):

Box 151: folder 6
The Secretary of the Army's Senior Review Panel Report on Sexual Harassment, V. 1&2
(Jul 1997)

Box 151: folder 7-8
Senior Review Panel on Sexual Harassment and DAIG Special Report: TRADOC Update
(Jan 1998)

Box 151: folder 9
U.S. Navy, Commander's Handbook: A Toolkit for Prevention of Sexual Harassment
(1994)

Box 151: folder 10
Women in the military - combat exclusion


Box 151: folder 11-12
General - 103rd,
1993-94


Appropriations amendments


Box 152: folder 1
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF) bill


Box 152: folder 2
Dept. of Defense: COLAS, Health care


Box 152: folder 3-4
Gulf War Syndrome


Box 152: folder 5
Hubble telescope


Box 152: folder 6
Legislative agenda,
1993

Box 152: folder 7
Legislative printouts


Box 152: folder 8
National Performance Review


Box 152: folder 9
Research materials


Box 152: folder 10
Speeches and clippings


Box 152: folder 11
General - 104th,
1995-96


104th Legislative Summary


Box 152: folder 12-13
Affirmative action


Box 153: folder 1-5
Aviation Security Enhancement


Box 153
Part 1


Box 153: folder 6
Part 2


Box 154: folder 1
Balancing the budget


Box 154: folder 2
Budget reform (Cox, et al.)


Box 154: folder 3
Clean Water Act


Box 154: folder 4
Clinical Laboratory Improvements Act (CLIA) (Antitrust Health Care Advancement Act of 1976)


Box 154: folder 5
Coast Guard Authorization


Box 154: folder 6
Contra-CIA crack cocaine investigation


Box 154: folder 7
Debt limit


Box 154: folder 8
Democratic Policy Committee message


Box 154: folder 9
Dole tax plan


Box 155: folder 1
Entitlements


Box 155: folder 2
Farm bill,
1996

Box 155: folder 3
Food and Drug Administration reform legislation


Box 155: folder 4
Foreign Aid Authorization FY 96


Box 155: folder 5
HR 748 - Team Act (Gunderson)


Box 155: folder 6
HR 988 - Attorney Accountability Act


Box 155: folder 7
HR 994 - Regulatory Reform


Box 155: folder 8
HR 1058 - Securities Litigation Reform


Box 155: folder 9-10
HR 1075 - Product Liability Reform


Box 156: folder 1-2
HR 1162 - Deficit Reduction Lockbox


Box 156: folder 3-5
HR- Independent Contractor
1972

Box 156: folder 6
HR 3396 - Defense of Marriage Act


Box 156: folder 7
HR 4303 - Bill to reimburse for educating illegal alien children


Box 157: folder 1
Intelligence Committee


Box 157: folder 2
Legal Services Corporation, FY 96-97


Box 157: folder 3-4
Lobbying Disclosure Act


Box 157: folder 5
Medicare/Medicaid - False Claims Act Amendments


Box 157: folder 6
Omnibus appropriations FY 96


Box 157: folder 7
Product Liability Conference Report


Box 157: folder 8
Religious Freedom Amendment


Box 157: folder 9
Reproductive health


Box 157: folder 10
Task Force on Immigration Reform


Box 157: folder 11
Tax cuts bill


Box 157: folder 12
Technology Reinvestment Program (TRP)


Box 157: folder 13
Teenage pregnancy


Box 157: folder 14
Telecommunications reform


Box 157: folder 15
Term limits


Box 157: folder 16
Weapons of mass destruction


Box 157
Part 1


Box 157: folder 17
Part 2


Box 158: folder 1
Women's health - choice


Box 158: folder 2
Working Families Flexibility Act


Box 158: folder 3
Major legislative initiatives and issues - 105th,
1997-98


AIDS Healthcare Foundation


Box 158: folder 4
Ballona Wetlands flapgates


Box 158: folder 5
Campaign Finance Reform - Blue Dog proposal (HR 1366)


Box 158
Part 1


Box 158: folder 6
Part 2


Box 159: folder 1-3
Census 2000


Box 159: folder 4
Democratic Coalition (Blue Dog) Budget Proposal, FY 97-98


Box 159: folder 5-7
Energy and Water Appropriations, FY 98-99


Box 159
Part 1


Box 159: folder 8
Part 2


Box 160: folder 1
Fair Housing Amendment - residential care facilities


Box 160: folder 2
Fast Track Trade Authority


Box 160
Part 1


Box 160: folder 3-6
Part 2


Box 161: folder 1-3
HR 695 - Security and Freedom Through Encryption Act of 1997


Box 161: folder 4-5
HR 2400 - Building Efficient Surface Transportation and Equity Act (BESTEA)


Box 161: folder 6
HR 3206 - Special Needs Housing


Box 162: folder 1-5
Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA) op-ed


Box 163: folder 1
ISTEA reauthorization


Box 163: folder 2-5
Lockbox FY 98


Box 163: folder 6
Machal resolution (HConRes 268)


Box 164: folder 1
National Days of Dialogue (HConRes 195)


Box 164: folder 2
Ninth Circuit split


Box 164: folder 3
POW-MIA flag


Box 164: folder 4-6
Redondo Beach - Edison plant


Box 165: folder 1
Russia-Iran proliferation


Box 165: folder 2
South Bay Regional Communication Authority (SBRCA) - FCC filing


Box 165
Part 1


Box 165: folder 3-6
Part 2


Box 166: folder 1
State Children's Health Insurance Program (S-CHIP) vaccinations


Box 166: folder 2
Title XVI - wastewater recycling


Box 166: folder 3-4
Western Regional Law & Technology Center


Box 166: folder 5-7
General - 105th,
1997-98


105th Congress legislative summary


Box 167: folder 1
105th Congress membership list


Box 167: folder 2
Floor statements


Box 167: folder 3
Talking points


Box 167: folder 4-7
245(i) INS


Box 167: folder 8
AIDS health care issues


Box 167: folder 9
American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE)


Box 168: folder 1
AMTRAK


Box 168: folder 2
Asset forfeiture


Box 168: folder 3
Auburn Dam


Box 168: folder 4
Auto insurance reform


Box 168: folder 5
Balanced Budget Agreement FY 98


Box 168: folder 6
Balanced Budget Amendment


Box 168: folder 7
Bankruptcy reform


Box 168: folder 8
Base closure economic impact analysis - GAO draft report


Box 168: folder 9
Bay Delta


Box 168: folder 10
Bilingual education


Box 168: folder 11
Blue Dog Democrats


Box 168: folder 12
Budget Reconciliation Conference Report - FY 98


Box 168: folder 13
Budget reform


Box 168: folder 14
Cable television issues


Box 168: folder 15
California Farm Bureau


Box 168: folder 16
Campaign finance reform


Box 169: folder 1-4
Census information


Box 169: folder 5
Chevron refinery - El Segundo


Box 169: folder 6
Child care - President's proposal


Box 169: folder 7
Church of Scientology


Box 169: folder 8
Chynoweth, W. Edward, "Women at West Point and All That"
(1996)

Box 169: folder 9
Citizen's Protection Act - Commerce-Justice-State appropriations


Box 170: folder 1
City of Los Angeles federal issues


Box 170: folder 2
Class action reform


Box 170: folder 3
Clean water initiatives


Box 170: folder 4
Clear air regulations


Box 170: folder 5-6
Clinton scandal


Box 170: folder 7
Coalition Budget FY 98


Box 170: folder 8
Comp Time Flexibility Act


Box 170: folder 9
Contract blacklisting


Box 170: folder 10
Copyright extension/music licensing


Box 171: folder 1
Co-sponsorship requests


Box 171: folder 2
CPI adjustment


Box 171: folder 3
Davis-Bacon


Box 171: folder 4
Death taxes


Box 171: folder 5
Deficit reduction/balanced budget


Box 171: folder 6
Del Amo Action Committee


Box 171: folder 7
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee


Box 171: folder 8
Democratic Leadership Council


Box 171: folder 9
Dolphins and tuna


Box 171: folder 10
Economic diversification project


Box 171: folder 11
Educational Advisory Committee


Box 171: folder 12
Education issues


Box 171: folder 13
El Niño


Box 171: folder 14
Electrical deregulation


Box 171: folder 15
Environmental issues


Box 171: folder 16
Evolution of a balanced budget agreement


Box 171: folder 17
Flag protection


Box 172: folder 1
Foreign Trade Zones


Box 172: folder 2
Gasoline taxes


Box 172: folder 3
Gay rights issues


Box 172: folder 4
GOP tax cuts analysis


Box 172: folder 5
Gov. Wilson Conference for Women


Box 172: folder 6
High Tech issues


Box 172: folder 7
Housing policy


Box 172: folder 8
HR 2 - Public Housing Reform


Box 172: folder 9
HR 10 - Financial Services Reform


Box 172: folder 10-12
HR 250 - Gift Ban


Box 173: folder 1
HR 858 - Quincy Library Forest


Box 173: folder 2
HR 955 - Home Office Deduction


Box 173: folder 3
HR 1151 - Credit Union Membership Access


Box 173: folder 4
HR 1270 - Interim Nuclear Waste Storage


Box 173: folder 5
HR 1534 - Private Property Rights


Box 173: folder 6
HR- Satellite Competition
1872

Box 173: folder 7
HR 2003 - Budget Enforcement Act


Box 173: folder 8
HR 2817 - Printed Circuit Investment Act


Box 173: folder 9
HR 3150 - Bankruptcy Reform


Box 173: folder 10
HR 3505-Campaign finance reform


Box 173: folder 11
HR 3789 - Class Action Jurisdiction Act of 1998


Box 173: folder 12
Impeachment - background material


Box 174: folder 1-3
Internal Revenue Service reform


Box 174: folder 4
International Criminal Court


Box 174: folder 5
Iran


Box 174: folder 6
Jackson-Vanik waiver for Vietnam


Box 174: folder 7
Jones Act


Box 174: folder 8
Juvenile justice


Box 174: folder 9
Kyoto protocol - climate change


Box 174: folder 10
LAX


Box 175: folder 1
LAX expansion


Box 175: folder 2
LAXT coal terminal


Box 175: folder 3
Legal Services Corporation funding


Box 175: folder 4
Line item veto


Box 175: folder 5
Los Angeles County federal agenda, 1997


Box 175: folder 6
Los Angeles County Private Industry Council (PIC)


Box 175: folder 7
Los Angeles: economy information, regional information


Box 175
Part 1


Box 175: folder 8-10
Part 2


Box 176: folder 1
Maritime issues


Box 176: folder 2
Marriage penalty


Box 176: folder 3
Mars Pathfinder - JPL


Box 176: folder 4
Mattel


Box 176: folder 5
Military housing - Hamre


Box 176: folder 6
Military training


Box 176: folder 7
Minimum wage increase


Box 176: folder 8
Minority voting


Box 176: folder 9
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) FY 99 budget request


Box 176: folder 10
North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)


Box 176: folder 11
Ocean shipping act reform


Box 176: folder 12
Omnibus Appropriations Act FY 99


Box 176: folder 13
Police issues


Box 176: folder 14
Political moderates


Box 176: folder 15
Politically motivated investigations


Box 176: folder 16
Port of Long Beach


Box 176: folder 17
Postal issues


Box 177: folder 1
Proposed California Tobacco Suit Settlement


Box 177: folder 2
Reformulated gas


Box 177: folder 3
Retirement Savings Security Act


Box 177: folder 4
Safety Advancement for Employees (SAFE) Act


Box 177: folder 5
Santa Monica Bay restoration


Box 177: folder 6
Santa Monica Mountains


Box 177: folder 7
School modernization/construction


Box 177: folder 8
Securities Litigation Uniform Standards Act


Box 177: folder 9
Small business issues


Box 177: folder 10
Social Security reform


Box 177: folder 11
State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (SCAAP)


Box 177: folder 12
Superfund


Box 177: folder 13
Tax cut bill,
1998

Box 177: folder 14
Tax limitation amendment


Box 177: folder 15
Tax Relief Act of 1998


Box 177: folder 16
Taxes


Box 177: folder 17
Technet


Box 177: folder 18
Trade: China, general


Box 177: folder 19-20
U.S.-Israeli Interparliamentary Commission on National Security


Box 177: folder 21
University of California application/admissions


Box 177: folder 22
Voter/voting fraud


Box 177: folder 23
Ward Valley nuclear dump


Box 178: folder 1
Weapons of Mass Destruction Pre-Planning Assistance Act of 1997


Box 178: folder 2
Welfare reform


Box 178: folder 3
White House Commission on Aviation Security


Box 178: folder 4
Women's health issues


Box 178: folder 5
Whip schedules and reports



104th-105th Congress, 1st session


Box 178: folder 6-8
"Whip Windup": 104th-105th Congress, 1st session


Box 178: folder 9-11
Briefing books



103rd Congress


Box 179: folder 1-4
104th Congress


Box 179: folder 5
105th Congress


Box 179: folder 6-9
Legislative Weekly Updates,
1998

Box 180: folder 1-3
Research materials



1995

Box 180
California Legislature, Joint Legislative Budget Committee, Hearing, California Impact of Federal Legislation and Budget Rescissions, 1
(25 Apr 1995)

Box 180: folder 4
Bill Clinton, Al Gore, and National Performance Review, Reinventing Environmental Regulation
(16 Mar 1995)

Box 180: folder 5
Bill Clinton, Al Gore, and National Performance Review, The New OSHA: Reinventing Worker Safety and Health
(May 1995)

Box 180: folder 6
Concord Coalition, The Zero Deficit Plan: A Plan for Eliminating the Federal Budget Deficit by the Year 2002
(May 1995)

Box 180: folder 7
Albert Gore and the National Performance Review (U.S.), Common Sense Government: Works Better and Costs Less
(1995)

Box 180: folder 8
1996


Advisory Commission to Study the Consumer Price Index, Toward a More Accurate Measure of the Cost of Living: Final Report to the Senate Finance Committee
(Dec 1996)

Box 181: folder 1
Democrat Leadership Council, " 1996 DLC Idea Book: Turning Ideas into Action"


Box 181: folder 2
Albert Gore, "Reinvention's Next Step: Governing in a Balanced Budget World: A Speech by Vice President Al Gore and supporting background papers"
(4 Mar 1996)

Box 181: folder 3
NARAL, Congressional Record on Choice
(1996)

Box 181: folder 4
1997


American Battle Monuments Commission, "World War II Memorial"
(Apr 1997)

Box 181: folder 5
Keep America Moving, "Better, Safer Roads for the 21st Century: A Comprehensive Issue Analysis and Reference to Highway, Road and Bridge Legislation"
(1997)

Box 181: folder 6
National Civil Aviation Review Commission, "Avoiding Aviation Gridlock and Reducing the Accident Rate"
(Dec 1997)

Box 181: folder 7
U.S. Department of Transportation, "ISTEA Success Stories: Transportation for the 21st Century"
(1997)

Box 181: folder 8-9
1998


Carol Hess, ed., Political Resource Directory: National Edition-1998


Box 182: folder 1
U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Ways and Means, Current Issues within the Jurisdiction of the Committee on House Ways and Means - Reference Material for Democratic Members of Congress
(Apr 1998)

Box 182: folder 2-3
The White House, International Crime Control Strategy
(May 1998)

Box 182: folder 4
SERIES V. CONSTITUENT SERVICES ,
(1993-98)


Constituent mail


Box 182
103rd Congress, 1st session,
1993

Box 182
Communication


Box 182: folder 5
Crime


Box 182: folder 6
Defense


Box 182: folder 7
Deficit


Box 182: folder 8
District


Box 182: folder 9
Education


Box 182: folder 10
Environment


Box 182: folder 11
Federal employees


Box 182: folder 12
Foreign aid


Box 182: folder 13
Frequent correspondents


Box 182: folder 14
Health


Box 182
Part 1


Box 182: folder 15
Part 2


Box 183: folder 1
Immigration


Box 183: folder 2
Lobbyists


Box 183: folder 3
NAFTA - con


Box 183: folder 4
NAFTA - pro


Box 183: folder 5-6
Rules


Box 183: folder 7
Social Security


Box 183: folder 8
Spending cuts


Box 183: folder 9
Taxes


Box 183: folder 10
Technology


Box 183: folder 11
Trade


Box 183: folder 12
Transportation


Box 183: folder 13
Random


Box 184: folder 1-12
103rd Congress, 2nd session,
1994


Antitrust


Box 184: folder 13
Balanced budget


Box 184: folder 14
Bilingual


Box 184: folder 15
Campaign finance


Box 184: folder 16
Child pornography


Box 184: folder 17
Cigarette tax


Box 184: folder 18
Copyright


Box 184: folder 19
Crime


Box 184: folder 20-21
Defense


Box 185: folder 1
Environment


Box 185: folder 2
Family First


Box 185: folder 3
Foreign policy


Box 185: folder 4
Frequent correspondents


Box 185: folder 5
Gay rights


Box 185: folder 6
Government waste


Box 185: folder 7
Health


Box 185
Part 1


Box 185: folder 8-11
Part 2


Box 186: folder 1-4
Home schooling


Box 186: folder 5
Housing


Box 186: folder 6
Immigration


Box 186: folder 7
International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU)


Box 186: folder 8
Lobbyists


Box 187: folder 1
Military


Box 187: folder 2
National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)


Box 187: folder 3
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)


Box 187: folder 4
Post Office


Box 187: folder 5
Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)


Box 187: folder 6-7
Religion


Box 187: folder 8
Securities fraud


Box 187: folder 9
Social Security


Box 187: folder 10
Space Station


Box 187: folder 11
Spending cuts


Box 187: folder 12-13
Superfund


Box 187: folder 14
Taxes


Box 187: folder 15
Television


Box 187: folder 16
Trade


Box 187: folder 17
Transportation


Box 187: folder 18
Unemployment benefits


Box 187: folder 19
Welfare reform


Box 187: folder 20
Whitewater


Box 187: folder 21
Women, Infants and Children (WIC)


Box 187: folder 22
Random


Box 187: folder 23-26
104th Congress, 1st session,
1995


Antiterrorism


Box 188: folder 1
Antitrust


Box 188: folder 2
Balanced budget


Box 188: folder 3
Banking regulation


Box 188: folder 4
Block grants


Box 188: folder 5
Capital gains


Box 188: folder 6
Clinic access


Box 188: folder 7
Copyright


Box 188: folder 8
Crime


Box 188: folder 9
Defense


Box 188: folder 10-12
Deficit reduction


Box 188: folder 13
Education


Box 188: folder 14
Electronic reporting


Box 188: folder 15
Employee rights


Box 188: folder 16
English Only


Box 188: folder 17
Environment


Box 188: folder 18-20
Foreign aid


Box 188: folder 21
Gay rights


Box 188: folder 22
Gun control


Box 188: folder 23
Health


Box 188: folder 24-25
Housing


Box 188: folder 26
Immigration


Box 188: folder 27
Internet


Box 189: folder 1
Koon, Stacey


Box 189: folder 2
Mortgage interest rates


Box 189: folder 3
NASA


Box 189: folder 4
NEA


Box 189: folder 5
PBS


Box 189: folder 6-9
Punitive damages


Box 189: folder 10
Regulatory reform


Box 189: folder 11
Religion


Box 189: folder 12
Securities


Box 189: folder 13-14
Social Security


Box 189: folder 15
Space Station


Box 189: folder 16
Taxes


Box 189: folder 17
Telecommunications


Box 189: folder 18-20
Term limits


Box 189: folder 21
Tort reform


Box 189: folder 22
Trade


Box 189: folder 23-26
Transportation


Box 189: folder 27-28
Veterans' affairs


Box 189: folder 29
Welfare


Box 190: folder 1-2
Random


Box 190: folder 3-5
104th Congress, 2nd session,
1996


Abortion


Box 190: folder 6
Aerospace


Box 190: folder 7
Affirmative action


Box 190: folder 8
Auburn Dam


Box 190: folder 9
Birth control


Box 190: folder 10
Budget


Box 190: folder 11-13
Campaign finance


Box 190: folder 14
Careers


Box 190: folder 15
Cigarettes


Box 190: folder 16
Comp time


Box 190: folder 17
Copyrights


Box 190: folder 18
Corporate welfare


Box 190: folder 19
COLA equity


Box 190: folder 20
Crime


Box 190: folder 21
Customs Service


Box 190: folder 22
Energy


Box 190: folder 23
English Only


Box 190: folder 24
Environment


Box 190: folder 25-29
FAA


Box 190: folder 30
Flag burning ban


Box 190: folder 31
Foreign aid


Box 190: folder 32
Gasoline tax


Box 190: folder 33
Gay rights


Box 190: folder 34
Gun control


Box 190: folder 35
Health


Box 190: folder 36-37
Housing


Box 190: folder 38
Immigration


Box 190: folder 39
Kidsafe


Box 191: folder 1
McCain-Feingold Bill


Box 191: folder 2
Medical marijuana


Box 191: folder 3
Military


Box 191: folder 4-6
Minimum wage


Box 191: folder 7
Moor-Jankowski (Animal Welfare Act)


Box 191: folder 8
Patents


Box 191: folder 9
Religion


Box 191: folder 10
Taxes


Box 191: folder 11-12
Terrorism


Box 191: folder 13
Trade


Box 191: folder 14-18
United Nations (UN)


Box 191: folder 19
Welfare reform


Box 191: folder 20
Random


Box 191: folder 21-22
105th Congress, 1st session,
1997


Abortion


Box 191: folder 23
AMTRAK


Box 191: folder 24
Animal rights


Box 191: folder 25-26
Avocados


Box 191: folder 27
Banking regulations


Box 191: folder 28
Birth control


Box 191: folder 29
Campaign finance


Box 191: folder 30
CIA


Box 191: folder 31
Copies of letters to others


Box 191: folder 32
Environment


Box 191: folder 33-34
Food safety


Box 191: folder 35
Foreign policy


Box 191: folder 36
Health


Box 191
Part 1


Box 191: folder 37
Part 2


Box 192: folder 1
Immigration


Box 192: folder 2
Labor


Box 192: folder 3
LAX


Box 192: folder 4-5
Military


Box 192: folder 6-9
Mortgage


Box 192: folder 10
Music


Box 192: folder 11
National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)


Box 192: folder 12
National Institute of Health (NIH)


Box 192: folder 13
Native American tribal rights


Box 192: folder 14
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)


Box 192: folder 15
Patent


Box 192: folder 16
Philippine Vets


Box 192: folder 17
Postal Service Code


Box 192: folder 18
Presidential conduct


Box 192: folder 19
Puerto Rico


Box 192: folder 20
Smoking


Box 192: folder 21
Social Security


Box 192: folder 22-23
Taxes


Box 192: folder 24-25
Trade


Box 192: folder 26-27
UN


Box 192: folder 28
UPS strike


Box 192: folder 29
Random


Box 192
Part 1


Box 192: folder 30-31
Part 2


Box 193: folder 1-7
105th Congress, 2nd session,
1998


Clinton impeachment


Box 193: folder 8
Streisand, Barbra


Box 193: folder 9
Random


Box 193: folder 10-11
District concerns



Airport issues,
1993-98

Box 193
Babikian letter


Box 193: folder 12
Class B departure


Box 193: folder 13
Coastal Corridor Task Force


Box 193: folder 14
Constituent letters - LAX


Box 193: folder 15
El Segundo


Box 193
LAX


Box 193: folder 16-17
Passenger Facility Charges (PFC)


Box 194: folder 1
FAA


Box 194: folder 2-6
Harman/Knabe LAX group


Box 194: folder 7
Heath letter/FAA


Box 194: folder 8
Helicopter noise


Box 194: folder 9
Labor letters - LAX


Box 194: folder 10
LAX


Box 194
Environmental impact scoping meetings


Box 194: folder 11
Expansion


Box 195: folder 1-2
Expansion - public comments


Box 195: folder 3
FAA letters


Box 195: folder 4
"LAX Master Plan: Report to the Los Angeles City Council,"
16 Jun 1998

Box 195: folder 5
Loyola Marymount University meeting,
13 Aug 1996

Box 195: folder 6
Memo,
14 Apr 1994

Box 195: folder 7
Soundproofing


Box 195: folder 8
Town Hall,
Dec 1997

Box 195: folder 9-10
Palos Verdes - LAX Noise


Box 196: folder 1
Santa Monica Airport


Box 196: folder 2
Small airplane noise - San Pedro


Box 196: folder 3
Bosnia,
1995-96


Gift to San Pedro


Box 196: folder 4
Media - Bosnia trip


Box 196: folder 5
Relief letter


Box 196: folder 6
Roundtable


Box 196: folder 7
Valentines


Box 196: folder 8
Christmas cards,
1996

Box 196: folder 9
Congressional Record,
1998

Box 196: folder 10
Correspondence,
1996-98

Box 196: folder 11
Democratic Party,
1994-97


53rd Assembly District (AD) Democratic Committee


Box 196: folder 12
54th Assembly District (AD) Democratic Committee


Box 196: folder 13
Beach Cities Democratic Club


Box 196: folder 14
California Democratic Party


Box 196: folder 15
Democratic County Committee


Box 196: folder 16
Other Democratic Clubs


Box 196: folder 17
Economy,
1993-98


Ace Clearwater Enterprises


Box 196: folder 18
Aerospace Advisory Committee


Box 196: folder 19
Allied Signal


Box 196: folder 20
Business Roundtable


Box 196: folder 21
Communications issues


Box 196: folder 22
Fast Track Trade Authority


Box 196: folder 23
Labor: issues, meetings, unions

[see also Oversize Materials]



Box 197: folder 1-3
Mail shops


Box 197: folder 4
Mattel Toys


Box 197: folder 5
NAFTA rally


Box 197: folder 6
NASA Roundtable,
Jan 1996

Box 197: folder 7
Pier 300/LAXT Unions


Box 197: folder 8
SEIU-Grant request/ Wastewater joint effort


Box 197: folder 9
South Bay Association of Chambers of Commerce (SBACC)


Box 197: folder 10-11
South Bay Cities Association


Box 197: folder 12
South Bay Economic Development Partnership


Box 197: folder 13
South Bay Regional Communications Authority


Box 197: folder 14
Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG)

[see also Oversize Materials]



Box 197: folder 15
Venice Roundtable,
Jan 1996

Box 198: folder 1
Ybarra-NAFTA meeting


Box 198: folder 2
Education,
1995-98


ADTECH


Box 198: folder 3
Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues/Internet


Box 198: folder 4
Dodson Middle School/DC Trip


Box 198: folder 5
Education Roundtable


Box 198: folder 6
Educational Advisory Committee


Box 198: folder 7
El Camino College


Box 198: folder 8
Lawndale Schools grant


Box 198: folder 9
Student Leaders of San Pedro


Box 198: folder 10
We the People…The Citizen and the Constitution


Box 198: folder 11
Environment,
1995-98


Cabrillo Marine Aquarium


Box 198: folder 12
CALPIRG


Box 198: folder 13
Clean Air Act - revision


Box 198: folder 14
Clean Water Event - Vice-President Gore


Box 198: folder 15
Endangered Species Recovery Act (ESRA)


Box 198: folder 16
Environment meetings


Box 198: folder 17
Environmental Roundtable


Box 198: folder 18
Maritime issues


Box 198: folder 19
Mission to Planet Earth


Box 198: folder 20
Mono Lake Committee


Box 198: folder 21
National Audubon Society


Box 198: folder 22
Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)


Box 198: folder 23
Offshore drilling op-ed


Box 198: folder 24
Palos Verdes Estates/offshore oil


Box 198: folder 25
Santa Monica Bay Keeper


Box 198: folder 26
Santa Monica Bay Restoration Project (SMBRP)


Box 198: folder 27
Sierra Club


Box 198: folder 28
"Vanishing Wetlands"


Box 198: folder 29
West Basin Municipal Water District


Box 198: folder 30
Whale Rescue Team


Box 198: folder 31
Miscellaneous legislation


Box 198: folder 32
Environment - Del Amo/Montrose Superfund,
1994-98


Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR)


Box 199: folder 1
Clinic opening event


Box 199: folder 2
Community Advisory Panel


Box 199: folder 3
Nov-Dec 1995

Box 199: folder 4
DDT removal


Box 199: folder 5
Del Amo


Box 199
Part 1


Box 199: folder 6-10
Part 2


Box 200: folder 1-3
Del Amo Action Committee


Box 200: folder 4
Del Amo Blvd. extension


Box 200: folder 5
Del Amo/Montrose Inter-agency/Partnering Meeting


Box 200: folder 6
Del Amo/Montrose Partnership


Box 200: folder 7
General,
1994-98

Box 200
1994-97

Box 200: folder 8-9
1997-98

Box 201: folder 1
Gore letter


Box 201: folder 2
Laws, Elliott: letter; visit,
1994

Box 201: folder 3-4
Mailing lists, map


Box 201: folder 5
Meetings,
1995-96

Box 201: folder 6-8
Relocation funding


Box 201: folder 9
Signing event at Del Amo


Box 201: folder 10
FEMA,
1995-96

Box 201: folder 11-13
Health,
1993-97




Box 201: folder 14-15
AIDS Walk Harman remarks
(1 Dec 1995),

Box 201: folder 16
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center


Box 201
Part 1


Box 201: folder 17
Part 2


Box 202: folder 1-2
Health Care Outreach Report - Harman


Box 202: folder 3
Health care, miscellaneous


Box 202: folder 4
HR 2925 - Health Care Antitrust Advancement Act


Box 202: folder 5
Los Angeles County Medical Association (LACMA)


Box 202: folder 6
Medicaid legislation,
1995

Box 202: folder 7
Medicare


Box 202: folder 8-12
Medicare Reform Roundtable - responses


Box 202: folder 13
Medicine Cabinet,
1997

Box 202: folder 14
Redondo Beach Senior Health Fair


Box 202: folder 15
Housing,
1995-98


Group homes


Box 202: folder 16-18
HR 4019 - Fair Housing Reform and Freedom of Speech Act of 1996


Box 202: folder 19
HR 589 - Fair Housing Reform and Freedom of Speech Act of 1997


Box 202: folder 20
Sage House/Rancho Palos Verdes group home


Box 202: folder 21
Special needs definition


Box 202: folder 22
Special needs housing


Box 202: folder 23
Mayors Roundtable,
1996

Box 203: folder 1
Media,
1993-96


Air Force Association (AFA) award


Box 203: folder 2
Alameda Corridor


Box 203: folder 3
Cable TV-7th graders


Box 203: folder 4
Casework Days


Box 203: folder 5-10
C-SPAN School Bus


Box 203: folder 11
Harman hotline info


Box 203: folder 12
Old Hometown Fair


Box 203: folder 13
Press releases, miscellaneous


Box 203: folder 14
Rosendahl talking points,
1995

Box 203: folder 15
"Week in Review" with Bill Rosendahl,
Oct 1996

Box 203: folder 16
"Which Way L.A."


Box 203: folder 17
Senior citizens,
1995-97


Contact list


Box 203: folder 18
Seniors Roundtable:
Aug 1995, May 1996

Box 203: folder 19-20
VIPs


Box 203: folder 21
Welfare,
1994-98


CLARE Foundation


Box 203: folder 22
South Bay counseling grant


Box 203: folder 23
Welfare reform


Box 203: folder 24
Wisconsin welfare waiver


Box 203: folder 25
Women,
1995-98


1736 Family Crisis Center


Box 203: folder 26
Contact lists


Box 203: folder 27
Harbor Interfaith Shelter HUD grant


Box 203: folder 28
NARAL


Box 203: folder 29
Partial birth abortion ban


Box 203: folder 30
Planned Parenthood meeting,
8 Oct 1996

Box 203: folder 31
U.N. Women's Conference


Box 203: folder 32
U.N. Women's Conference one year later


Box 203: folder 33
Weddington


Box 203: folder 34
Women and Children First


Box 203: folder 35
Women's event,
26 Aug 1995

Box 203: folder 36
Women's Roundtable


Box 203: folder 37
North end of district issues



Lawndale: correspondence, Planned Parenthood, projects


Box 203: folder 38-40
Marina del Rey,
1997-98

Box 203
Ballona Lagoon Marine Preserve


Box 203: folder 41


Box 204: folder 1
Ballona Wetlands Land Trust


Box 204: folder 2
Chabad of the Marina


Box 204: folder 3
Dredging,- south entrance
1998

Box 204: folder 4
Emergency dredging


Box 204: folder 5
Friends of Ballona Wetlands


Box 204: folder 6
Marina del Rey dredging


Box 204: folder 7-9
Marina del Rey dredging - boat tour


Box 204: folder 10
Marina issues


Box 204: folder 11
Playa Vista/DreamWorks


Box 204: folder 12
Weiss, Malcolm


Box 205: folder 1
Venice,
1994-98


Beethoven Elementary School - Netday
1996

Box 205: folder 2
Habitat for Humanity


Box 205: folder 3
Holiday Venice Apartments


Box 205: folder 4
Los Angeles Unified School District


Box 205: folder 5
Oceanview Apartments


Box 205: folder 6
Open house,
Apr 1997

Box 205: folder 7
Phoenix House


Box 205: folder 8
Satellite office


Box 205: folder 9
St. Joseph Center


Box 205: folder 10
Venice Arts Mecca


Box 205: folder 11
Venice Boardwalk Association/Venice Action Committee


Box 205: folder 12
Venice Community Housing Corporation


Box 205: folder 13
Venice Family Clinic


Box 205: folder 14
Venice High School - Science Bowl


Box 205: folder 15
Venice Roundtable


Box 205: folder 16
Venice/Marina Chamber Roundtable


Box 205: folder 17
Westchester,
1994-97


Chamber of Commerce Installation Dinner


Box 205: folder 18
Chamber of Commerce newsletters


Box 205: folder 19
Flight Path


Box 205: folder 20
South end of district issues



Avalon,
1995-98

Box 205
Catalina Island:bills, trips
1996,

Box 205: folder 21-24
Cruise ships legislation


Box 205: folder 25
FEMA


Box 205: folder 26
Gangway inspections


Box 206: folder 1
General


Box 206: folder 2
Loyola Marymount University


Box 206: folder 3
Otis College


Box 206: folder 4
Santa Monica College


Box 206: folder 5
El Segundo,
1994-97


Chamber of Commerce - Government Affairs Committee


Box 206: folder 6
City


Box 206: folder 7
Issues


Box 206: folder 8
Mail trouble


Box 206: folder 9
Schools


Box 206: folder 10
Miscellaneous


Box 206: folder 11
Gardena Valley Democratic Club,
1996

Box 206: folder 12
Hermosa Beach,
1993-98


City


Box 206: folder 13
Schools


Box 206: folder 14
Veterans - Tolliver, Ghidoni


Box 206: folder 15
Miscellaneous


Box 206: folder 16
Lomita,
1996-98


Harbor Hills Housing Development/HUD


Box 206: folder 17
Issues


Box 206: folder 18
Lomita Little League


Box 206: folder 19
Post office substation


Box 206: folder 20
POW flag


Box 206: folder 21
Manhattan Beach,
1994-98


City


Box 206: folder 22
Manhattan Beach Coordinating Council


Box 206: folder 23
Mira Costa High School


Box 206: folder 24
Pacific Elementary School


Box 207: folder 1
Schools


Box 207: folder 2
Miscellaneous


Box 207: folder 3
Palos Verdes,
1995-98


Chadwick School - Lyon, Mueggler


Box 207: folder 4
Issues


Box 207: folder 5
Landslides/Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy


Box 207: folder 6
Natural Communities Conservation Planning (NCCP)


Box 207: folder 7
Palos Verdes Democratic Club


Box 207: folder 8
Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District


Box 207: folder 9-10
Peninsula Education Foundation


Box 207: folder 11
Peninsula Seniors


Box 207: folder 12
Rancho Palos Verdes - Mayor Byrd meeting


Box 207: folder 13
Rohrabacher, Dana - Chamber of Commerce


Box 207: folder 14
Ruth, Col. Francis David


Box 207: folder 15
Redondo Beach,
1994-98


Chamber of Commerce


Box 207: folder 16-17
City


Box 207: folder 18
Edison plant


Box 207: folder 19
Issues, miscellaneous


Box 207: folder 20
Schools


Box 207: folder 21
Torrance,
1995-98


Chamber of Commerce


Box 207
Part 1


Box 207: folder 22-23
Part 2


Box 208: folder 1-2
City


Box 208: folder 3
Federal Communications Commission


Box 208: folder 4
Housing


Box 208: folder 5
Issues


Box 208: folder 6
Knolls Lodge/Knolls Manor Mobile Home Parks


Box 208: folder 7
North High School ROTC


Box 208: folder 8
Olympic Torch Relay


Box 208: folder 9
Organizations


Box 208: folder 10
Radio frequencies


Box 208: folder 11
Schools


Box 208: folder 12
Torrance Coordinating Council


Box 208: folder 13
Zip code change


Box 208: folder 14
District visits



Jan-Jul 1994

Box 208: folder 15-17
Sep 1994 - Jul 1995

Box 209: folder 1-16
Aug-Dec 1995

Box 210: folder 1-15
Jan-13 Jun 1996

Box 211: folder 1-4
21 Jun - Dec 1996

Box 212: folder 1-7
Jan-Jul 1997

Box 213: folder 1-8
Aug-Nov 1997

Box 214: folder 1-7
Dec 1997 - Nov 1998

Box 215: folder 1-10
Constituent requests,
1994-97




Box 216: folder 1
Referrals/forwarded letters


Box 216: folder 2
Requests


Box 216: folder 3
Requests completed


Box 216: folder 4
Response form letters



Draft responses,
1995-97

Box 216: folder 5
Final responses


Box 216: folder 6-9
Form letters,
1993-98, n.d.

Box 217: folder 1-8
Letter library,
1996

Box 217: folder 9-10
Responses,
1995-98

Box 218: folder 1-2
Response correspondence



Call sheets,
Mar 1993

Box 218: folder 3
Constituent responses, 103rd-104th Congress


Box 218: folder 4-7
Harman office responses


Box 218
Feb-Jul 1993

Box 218: folder 8-13
Aug 1993 - Feb 1994

Box 219: folder 1-5
Mail reports,
Jun-Aug 1993

Box 219: folder 6
SERIES VI. MEDIA ACTIVITIES ,
(1994-98)


Publications and mailings,
1995-98

Box 219
Farewell remarks


Box 219: folder 7
Issue position papers


Box 219: folder 8
"Legislative Happenings"


Box 219
104th-105th Congress, 1st session


Box 219: folder 9-11
105th Congress, 2nd session


Box 220: folder 1
Promotional materials


Box 220: folder 2
Web page update


Box 220: folder 3
General



Press file,
1998

Box 220: folder 4
Press releases/op-ed pieces,

[see also Oversize Materials]

1994-98

Box 220: folder 5-8
Public speeches/drafts/talking points,
1995-98

Box 221: folder 1
Newspaper clippings



Aug 1994 - Aug 1996

Box 221: folder 2-11
Sep 1996 - Mar 1998

Box 222: folder 1-9
Mar-May 1998

Box 223: folder 1-10
May-Nov 1998

Box 224: folder 1-10
SERIES VII. OFFICE ADMINISTRATION ,
(1993-98)


Chief of Staff files


Box 224
Bill Black,
1993

Box 225: folder 1
Mark Kadesh,
1995-97

Box 225: folder 2-12
Mike Monasmith,
1997-98

Box 225
Correspondence and notes


Box 225
Part 1


Box 225: folder 13-14
Part 2


Box 226: folder 1-3
District visit,
Nov 1997

Box 226: folder 4
Gay/lesbian suicides


Box 226: folder 5
Hughes/China,
Nov 1997

Box 226: folder 6
Israel trip


Box 226: folder 7
LAX Town Hall,
Dec 1997

Box 226: folder 8
National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB)


Box 226: folder 9
Proposition K - "K for Kids"


Box 226: folder 10
Republicans for Harman


Box 226: folder 11
Staffing


Box 226: folder 12
Torrance Chamber visit to DC


Box 226: folder 13
Miscellaneous


Box 226: folder 14
Office files



The "Bible"-103rd


Box 226: folder 15
Guestbook,
1993-95

Box 227: folder 1
Scheduling memos


Box 227
25 May 1994-22 May 1997

Box 227: folder 2-7
29 May 1997-28 Oct 1998

Box 228: folder 1-3
Staffing


Box 228: folder 4
General


Box 228
103rd: House rules, staff, trip file


Box 228: folder 5-7
104th



Strategic plans,
1995-96

Box 228: folder 8-11
C-MANC schedule


Box 229: folder 1
Harman's favorite prayer by House Chaplain


Box 229: folder 2
105th



Strategic plans,
1997-98

Box 229: folder 3-5
AIPAC


Box 229: folder 6-8
Army Secretary Togo West


Box 229: folder 9
Arts caucus activities


Box 229: folder 10
Bosnia trip,
Dec 1995

Box 229: folder 11
Bradley, Tom - funeral services


Box 229: folder 12
California Delegation - memo to Gray Davis


Box 229: folder 13
California Delegation Task Force


Box 229: folder 14
California Institute


Box 229: folder 15-16
California Realtors


Box 229: folder 17
California Women Lawyers


Box 230: folder 1
Call Your Congresswoman proposal


Box 230: folder 2
Chambers of commerce


Box 230: folder 3
City of Los Angeles bond committee


Box 230: folder 4
CODEL Goss,
Dec 1997

Box 230: folder 5
Congressional Women's Caucus

[see also Oversize Materials]



Box 230: folder 6
Cosponsor forms


Box 230: folder 7
DCCC vote analysis of Harman


Box 230: folder 8
District schools


Box 230: folder 9
Economic diversification project


Box 230
Part 1


Box 230: folder 10-12
Part 2


Box 231: folder 1-3
Economic plan,-5th anniversary
1993

Box 231: folder 4
Ethics rules


Box 231: folder 5-6
Flag etiquette


Box 231: folder 7
Freshmen recess highlights
August 1997

Box 231: folder 8
Fundraising comparison


Box 231: folder 9
Gingrich, ethics investigation


Box 232: folder 1-2
Guest registration card


Box 232: folder 3
Harman legislative/district accomplishments


Box 232: folder 4
Harvard Law


Box 232: folder 5
Harvard seminar,
13 Nov 1998

Box 232: folder 6
Hate mail


Box 232: folder 7
House rules, 105th Congress


Box 232: folder 8
Kenny Nickelson Memorial Foundation


Box 232: folder 9
Labor standards overseas


Box 232: folder 10
Marine Exchange of LA-Long Beach


Box 232: folder 11
Maritime Advisory Committee/maritime issues memos


Box 232: folder 12
Muka v. The Rutherford Institute, et al.


Box 232: folder 13
National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB)


Box 232: folder 14
National Restaurant Association


Box 233: folder 1
National Taxpayers Union (NTU)


Box 233: folder 2
New Democrats on education


Box 233: folder 3
North Korea Intel trip,
Aug 1997

Box 233: folder 4
Restrictions on access:

[Closed untilJanuary 1, 2029]

Official expenses - Harman return to Treasury


Box 233: folder 5
Payroll


Box 233: folder 6
Ratings


Box 233
Part 1


Box 233: folder 7-10
Part 2


Box 234: folder 1-2
Reception for Harman: Washington, D.C., district


Box 234: folder 3-4
Sanchez, Loretta


Box 234: folder 5
Secretary of the Army


Box 234: folder 6
Sexual misconduct in the military,
Sep 1997

Box 234: folder 7
Staff lists


Box 234: folder 8
State of the Union address,
1998

Box 234: folder 9
Strange things


Box 234: folder 10
Team California


Box 234: folder 11
United Nations Conference on Women


Box 234: folder 12
United States Chamber of Commerce


Box 234: folder 13
Veterans Day,
1997

Box 234: folder 14
Votes where Democrats made a difference


Box 234: folder 15
Women's Vote Project,
1998

Box 234: folder 16
District Office Updates,
1994-1998


14 Apr 1994-13 Oct 1995

Box 235: folder 1-5
20 Oct 1995-21 Mar 1997

Box 236: folder 1-6
4 Apr 1997-16 Oct 1998

Box 237: folder 1-6
Reference materials



103rd Congress


Box 237
Regulations on the Use of the Congressional Frank


Box 238: folder 1
Highlights of the House Ethics Rules


Box 238: folder 2
U.S. House Communications Manual


Box 238: folder 3
New Member-elect Orientation


Box 238: folder 4
104th Congress



Congressional Liaison Handbook


Box 238: folder 5
Democratic Press Secretary Manual-
1996

Box 238: folder 6
1996 Directory of Public Information Contacts


Box 238: folder 7
Members' Congressional Handbook


Box 238: folder 8
Guide to the Congressional Accountability Act of 1995


Box 238: folder 9-10
105th Congress



Democratic Press Secretary Manual-
1998

Box 239: folder 1
Revised Members' Congressional Handbook


Box 239: folder 2
Associated written material for items in SERIES IX. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS


Box 239: folder 3
SERIES VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS ,
(1960-98)


Biographical,
1960, n.d.

Box 240: folder 1
Professional activities,
1975-78

Box 240: folder 2
Political activities



Democratic National Party,
1987-98, n.d.

Box 240: folder 3
House campaigns,
n.d.

Box 240: folder 4
NFIB/Chamber of Commerce,
1995-98

Box 240: folder 5
Official White House photos,
1994-97

Box 240: folder 6
Political activities (continued)


Box 240
President Jiang Zemin's visit,
1997

Box 240: folder 7
Reception for Harman's retirement,
1998

Box 240: folder 8-9
Women's Lunch,
1994

Box 240: folder 10
Miscellaneous,
1993-97, n.d.

Box 241: folder 1
Legislative activities



1993-98

Box 241: folder 2
International politics/issues


Box 241
Bosnia,
1995, n.d.

Box 241: folder 3
Israel,
1991-97, n.d.

Box 241: folder 4
Middle East,
n.d.

Box 241: folder 5
United Nations 4th World Conference on Women - Beijing,
1995

Box 241: folder 6
McDonnell Douglas - visit of Dept. of Defense Undersecretary Kaminski,

[see also SERIES IX. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS-Audiotapes-Cassettes]

17 Aug 1995

Box 241: folder 7
Military


Box 241
Fort Jackson (SC) visit,
1998, n.d.

Box 241: folder 8
Miscellaneous,
1993-95

Box 241: folder 9
Mission to Planet Earth,
n.d.

Box 241: folder 10
Constituent services



Events/district activities,
1995-98, n.d.

Box 241: folder 11-12
Photographs with constituents,
1996-98

Box 242: folder 1
Media activities



Harman - alone,
1998, n.d.

Box 242: folder 2
Publicity photos,
n.d.

Box 242: folder 3
Miscellaneous,
1997-98

Box 242: folder 4
Office staff,
1995-96, n.d.

Box 242: folder 5
SERIES IX. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS ,
(1992-98)


Audiotapes


Box 242
Cassettes


Box 242
House freshmen interview, Michael Jackson Show, KABC 790,
15 Jan 1993

Box 243
House freshmen interview, Diane Rehm Show, WAMU,
20 Apr 1993

Box 243
House freshmen interview, Diane Rehm Show, WAMU, Michael Jackson Show, ; "NAFTA," Which Way L.A.,
20 Apr 1993 8 Sep 1993 14 Sep 1993

Box 243
"Crime Bill Revisited," WWLA,
19 Aug 1994

Box 243
"Abortion Politics," WWLA,
9 Aug 1995

Box 243
Harman and Dept. of Defense Undersecretary Kaminski,
17 Aug 1995

Box 243
"Forum: Defense Spending," KQED FM,
24 Feb 1997

Box 243
"Gender Integrated Training," Diane Rehm Show, WAMU,
12 May 1997

Box 243
"LAPD, sex discrimination," Which Way L.A., ; "Segregated training," Which Way L.A.,
12 May 1997 12 May 1997

Box 243
"Congresswoman Harman," Michael Jackson Show,
30 Aug 1997

Box 243
Balanced budget interview with Representative Hefley,
n.d.

Box 243
* Defense bill; Tax cut interview with Representative Hefley,
n.d.

Box 243
"Jackson, Harman and Royce," KABC Talk Radio AM 790,
n.d.

Box 243
Partisanship interview with Representative Hefley,
n.d.

Box 243
Reel-to-reel



"Jane Harman," Doak and Shrum,
3 Oct 1994

Box 244
Computer media

[see Box 265]




B-2: A Revolution in Review, Northrop Grumman, CD-ROM


Box 244
Defense Acquisition Deskbook, Department of Defense, version 1.2,
30 Sep 1996

Box 244
National Committee for an Effective Congress:election data for 36th district (CA), 3.5" disk
1996

Box 244
The Report of the Department of Defense on Base Realignment and Closure, version 1.0, CD-ROM
2 Apr 1998,

Box 244
Films



"Harman," Doak and Shrum,
4 Oct 1994

Box 245-46
Videotapes



Reel-to-reel


Box 245-46
"Jane Harman for Congress," Doak, Shrum, Harris, Carrier and Devine,
13 Oct 1994

Box 247
1992


"Jane Harman for Congress: Values; Change," Doak, Shrum, Harris, Sherman and Donilon, 26 May
1992

Box 248
"Jane Harman for Congress: Believe; Narrator; Pro," Doak, Shrum, Harris, Sherman and Donilon,
28 Oct

Box 248
1993


"The California Economy: A Local Government Perspective," Institute for Government Executive Management (IGEM),
4 Feb

Box 248
"The Freshman Class"; "Budget Deal," NBC and CNN,
4 Feb

Box 248
* Nightline,
3 Mar

Box 248
"United We Stand America - Jane Harman Forum," prod. Frank Gaskins,
13 Mar

Box 248
Week in Review with Bill Rosendahl,
16 Apr

Box 248
Washington Week in Review,
22 Apr

Box 248
* Interview regarding Clinton economic package: Deficit reduction, CNN and Company,
21 May

Box 248
* Speech for High Technology Council Awards,
15 Jun

Box 248
"Rep. Cardin with Rep. Harman and Kelly Overman,"
17 Jun

Box 248
* "Vice President Al Gore Visits TRW: Los Angeles Television Coverage," TRW Media Center,
22 Jun 1993

Box 249
"Air Force Base Closure," Alan Schwartz, Good Day L.A., KTTV,
15 Jul

Box 249
"Anti-NAFTA Rally,"
18 Aug

Box 249
* "No on NAFTA, San Pedro rally,"
18 Aug

Box 249
"Visit to Northrop's F-18 Assembly Line," Northrop Aircraft Division,
30 Aug

Box 249
* "Budget House Vote," Inside Politics with Eric Altsheel,
9 Sep

Box 249
"Town Hall Meeting,"
18 Sep

Box 249
"Visit to Northrop F-18 Assembly Line,"
12 Oct

Box 249
"Gore/Perot,"
9 Nov

Box 249
* Week in Review with Bill Rosendahl,
3 Dec

Box 249
* Interview regarding the resignation of Les Aspen [sic], CNN and Company; and C-SPAN hearing,
20 Dec

Box 249
1994


"Women in the Military," The World Today, CNN, 7 Jan
1994

Box 250
"Congresswoman Jane Harman's Visit to FMS Corporation,"
20 Jan

Box 250
"Harman Health Care Roundtable,"
15 Feb

Box 250
Land Conservancy award ceremony,
6 Apr

Box 250
"F/A-18 Supplier Conference - Jane Harman," Northrop Aircraft Division,

[associated written material, see also Box 239]

20 Apr

Box 250
"Issues and Opinions: Gun Control," Town Hall Forum with Congresswoman Jane Harman, Paragon Cable,
6 May

Box 250
"Health Care Roundtable,"
19 May

Box 250
"Brooks/Florence LWV Debate,"
May

Box 250
* "Keynote Address: Jane Harmon [sic]," Law Enforcement for the 21st Century Conference,
20-22 Jun

Box 250
"Congressional Visit: C-17 Program," McDonnell Douglas Teleproductions, Long Beach, CA,
8 Jul

Box 250
"Jane Harman for Congress," Doak, Shrum, Harris, Carrier and Devine,

[reel-to-reel tape, see Box 247]

13 Oct

Box 250
* "Harman: Border; Daily," Doak, Shrum, Harris, Carrier, and Devine,
1 Nov

Box 250
CBS This Morning,
17 Nov 1994

Box 251
1995


"Salute to Congress Dinner,"
25 Jan

Box 251
Rancho Palos Verdes city council meeting with Susan Brooks addressing spending issues put forward by Harman,
Jan

Box 251
13 Feb

Box 251
"Jane Harman," [Betamax]
13 Feb

Box 251
"Rep. Harman and TRP," House discussion of HR 889,
17 Feb

Box 251
"Life and Times,"
17 Mar

Box 251
Week in Review,
17 Mar

Box 251
Good Day LA,
7 Apr

Box 251
* "Direct Access: Congresswoman Jane Harman,"
19 Apr

Box 251
Speech for District Art Competition,
22 May

Box 251
* "The U.S. Congress and You: Representative Jane Harman," sponsored by Northrop Corporation, Andrew E. Manatos, Committee for Citizens Awareness,

[associated written material, see also Box 239]

22 Jun 1995

Box 252
"Week in Rock, Surfrider Pkg.,"
23 Jun

Box 252
"South Bay Report: Jane Harman,"
11 Aug

Box 252
"Raytheon Presents, Newsweek National Security Forum, Are We Ready for the New World Order?,"
18 Sep

Box 252
* Week in Review,
27 Oct

Box 252
Week in Review with Bill Rosendahl,
3 Nov

Box 252
"1995 Oversight Committee Hearings Regarding Jane Harman's 1992 Election"


Box 252
1996


"Strict New Flight Patterns Imposed at LAX," KNBC News, KCOP News,
13 Feb

Box 252
"The Jane Harman Harbor Budget Roundtable,"
15 Feb

Box 252
"One on One with Congresswoman Jane Harman,"
15 Feb

Box 252
"Growing Dangers," ; "LA's Filthy Secret,"
21 Feb 3 May

Box 252
"36th Congressional District," Bill Rosendahl interview of Republican congressional candidates,
7 Mar 1996

Box 253
"Adding Value for Our Customers: TRW Senior Management Briefing," TRW Media Center,

[associated written material, see also Box 239]

Mar

Box 253
"Law Enforcement Technology Conference: Lecture, Day 3,"
11 Apr

Box 253
* "Roundtable," Cox Communications, Inc.,
23 May

Box 253
"Paragon Cable Community Focus Interview,"
24 Jun

Box 253
* "An Interview with Jane Harman," Paragon Cable Community FOC,
Jun

Box 253
* "Crime Roundtable," The Aerospace Corporation,
3 Jul

Box 253
Remarks by Congresswoman Jane Harman for "No to Violence" Campaign , Harriman Communications Center,
12 Jul

Box 253
"Defense Spending," CNN Early Prime,
15 Jul

Box 253
"On a Wing and a Prayer," Dateline,
6 Aug

Box 253
"FAA Meeting," LA CityView,
13 Aug

Box 253
"FAA Meeting," Harriman Communications Center, 13 Aug
1996

Box 254
* Week in Review,
23 Aug

Box 254
* "Beijing, One Year later," taped message by Harman,
24 Sep

Box 254
Week in Review with Bill Rosendahl,

[U-Matic tape, see Box 265]

4 Oct

Box 254
Week in Review with Bill Rosendahl,
4 Oct

Box 254
"24th Congressional District,"
5 Oct

Box 254
"Advanced Technology Transit Bus (ATTB) Rollout,"
8 Oct

Box 254
"Public Hearing on Aerospace/SAIC Merger, Chaired by Representative Jane Harman," The Aerospace Corporation,
18 Oct

Box 254
"36th U.S. Congressional Debate, Harman vs. Brooks," Jean Carpenter (producer), Continental Harbor Cable,
19 Oct

Box 254
* "One on One, a Conversation with Gary Cox,"

[associated written material, see also Box 239]

15 Nov

Box 254
"Friends of Jane Harman," [Betamax]
5 Dec

Box 254
"Morning News, Harman and Steve Buyer, Aberdeen Congressional Visit,"

[associated written material, see also Box 239]

12 Dec

Box 254
"A Few Good Women, the Crucible," Nightly News, NBC, 16 Dec
1996

Box 255
"Perspectives: With Congressman Xavier Becerra and Congresswoman Jane Harman," Continental Cablevision,
17 Dec

Box 255
"36th Congressional Forum"


Box 255
"Brooks/Harman Debates"


Box 255
* "Harman/Brooks Debate," Continental Cablevision/AARP


Box 255
* "Republicans for Harman rally, gun control and Brady Law issues"


Box 255
1997


"Community Focus: Featuring Congresswoman Jane Harman,"
Jan

Box 255
"DDT Del Amo," David Garcia,
3 Mar

Box 255
"Del Amo DDT, 3:30," KCOP voice-over,
3 Mar

Box 255
"Del Amo DDT, 5 and 6 PM," KNBC voice-over,
3 Mar

Box 255
"Beethoven School, Netday Follow Up," Midday, NBC,
31 Mar

Box 255
* "National Security Committee Hearing on Counterterrorism,"
Mar 1997

Box 256
"First Business, Dan Kush Report with Rep. Jane Harman (D-CA),"
2 Apr

Box 256
"Jane Harman," Early Edition, CNN,
30 Apr

Box 256
* "Aberdeen Sex Scandal," "Clinton Budget Deal," CNN and Fox interview,
8 May

Box 256
"Congressional Arts Competition,"
19 May

Box 256
"Congressional Arts Competition,"

[U-Matic videotape, see Box 264]

19 May

Box 256
"Lewis M. Herman Public Affairs Award,"

[U-Matic videotape, see Box 264]

19 May

Box 256
* "Defense Industry in California," Loyola Marymount University, C-SPAN,
30 May

Box 256
Meet the Press,
8 Jun

Box 256
"Rep. Harman and Defense Secretary William Cohen," C-SPAN,
18 Jun

Box 256
"Budget Deal," Jane Harman with Barney Frank, FOX on Politics,
1 Jul

Box 256
"National Security Subcommittee Hearing: Army Plan to Prevent Sexual Misconduct,"
Jul

Box 256
"North Korea Press Conference,"
13 Aug

Box 256
"Korean Independence Day," Korean news stations, Los Angeles,

[associated written material, see also Box 239]

15 Aug 1997

Box 257
"Army Sex Report with Comments by JH," CNN,
11 Sep

Box 257
"DeLeon Project,"
16 Sep

Box 257
"DLC Convention: Subject Fast Track,"
27 Oct

Box 257
"International Trade and the Economy," Democratic Leadership Council, C-SPAN,
27 Oct

Box 257
"Sen. Kyl's Report to 'Arizonia [sic]: Bolistic [sic] Missile Threat," [Betamax]
Oct

Box 257
"Sen. Kyl's Report to 'Arizonia [sic]: Bolistic [sic] Missile Threat," [VHS]
Oct

Box 257
"Chinese President's Visit," Hughes and China, Headline News, CNN,
1 Nov

Box 257
"Iran/Russia," Ralph Begleiter, CNN,
5 Nov

Box 257
Floor Statements and Debate on HConRes 121 (Russian Resolution),
5-6 Nov

Box 257
"Lawmakers, Congresswoman Harman," MediaOne,
11 Nov

Box 257
* "Lomita Veteran's Day," Headline News, CNN,
11 Nov 1997

Box 258
Week in Review with Bill Rosendahl,
14 Nov

Box 258
* "LAX Town Hall Meeting," LA CityView,
12 Dec

Box 258
"LAX Town Hall Meeting," LA CityView,

[U-Matic videotape, see Box 264]

12 Dec

Box 258
"Iran Arms," CNN,
31 Dec

Box 258
"Kassebaum Report," ABC,
Dec

Box 258
"36th Annual Arts Competition, Joslyn Gallery, Torrance, CA," June Armstrong (producer)


Box 258
"Kelly Flinn," NBC News


Box 258
"PTOA/APTS Promo '97"


Box 258
1998


"Sonny, We'll Miss You, Babe," KTLA,
5 Jan

Box 258
Crossfire, CNN, ; Primetime News, CNN,
7 Jan 8 Jan

Box 258
"Rep. Jane Harman," Mornings on 2, KTVU/Fox,
25 Mar

Box 258
* "Harman for Governor," Morris and Carrick,
26 Mar 1998

Box 259
"Harman for Governor: Neighborhood; Fifteen; Jaws; Follow Up; Real," Morris and Carrick,
21 Apr

Box 259
* "Harman for Governor: Neighborhood; Fifteen; Jaws; Follow Up," Morris and Carrick


Box 259
"Los Angeles Times Forum," KCBS,
13 May

Box 259
Life and Times, KCET,
15 May

Box 259
"Harman for Governor: Speak Out," Morris and Carrick,
20 May

Box 259
"Memorial Day Personal Care Day for the Homeless," KTLA,
25 May

Box 259
"Concession Speech," Prime 9 News, KCAL,
2 Jun

Box 259
"Lowey-Harman Amendment, HR 2709-Final Debate, FY 99, DoD Auth.," ; "Iran Bill,"
9 Jun 9 Jun

Box 259
Week in Review with Bill Rosendahl,
14 Aug

Box 259
Hannity and Colmes,
18 Aug 1998

Box 260
"Investigating the President," Larry King Live, CNN,
26 Aug

Box 260
Larry King Live,
26 Aug

Box 260
Jane Harman on Eyewitness News,
10 Sep

Box 260
MSNBC with Brian Williams,
11 Sep

Box 260
"San Francisco Gubernatorial Debate," Stan Statham, Executive Director California Broadcasters Association,
15 Oct

Box 260
"Sonny Bono's death," KTLA News; "Harman/Riggs," Hannity and Colmes,
23 Oct

Box 260
"Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors," Network Television Time,
3 Nov

Box 260
Undated



"At Home on Catalina Island," local news features with Linda Garvey, Elanjae Productions Video/Linda Garvey Enterprises


Box 260
"B-2 Bomber," NBC News,
4 Aug

Box 260
* "Candidate Forum," Steve Fowler interview


Box 260
"Community Focus #12 (SBACC)"


Box 261
"Congressional Art Competition;" "Harman Fundraiser at Torrance Park;" "Rep. Primary Debate;" "Bob Dole/Brooks Fundraiser"


Box 261
"Defense Authorization FY 95;" "U.S. House of Representatives, Recognition of members," CNN; "Army Sex Scandal," C-SPAN


Box 261
Dub of Harman, quick cuts, no audio

[tape case damaged]



Box 261
"Fighting for Medicare," informational


Box 261
"From Around LA"


Box 261
"Governor Candidate Statement"


Box 261
* "Gun Control Forum," Paragon Cable


Box 261
"Harman for Governor," Morris and Carrick


Box 261
"Harman for Governor: Cause; Courage," Morris and Carrick


Box 261
"Harman for Governor: Hilda; Loretta; Gloria," Morris and Carrick


Box 261
"Harman for Governor: Truth," Morris and Carrick


Box 262
Interview regarding President Clinton's economic package and energy tax, Day Watch, CNN


Box 262
"JH in District; JH Doing Stuff"


Box 262
"JH - Speech/Debate Prep"


Box 262
"LAX," Congressional Update, Steve Mayer


Box 262
"Medicare Debate," Henninger Capitol


Box 262
"Meet the Press plus Rep. Buyer--Kelly Flynn [sic]"


Box 262
"P.I.C. Award Luncheon: Congresswoman Harmon's [sic] Address," City of Torrance Office of Cable Communications


Box 262
"Rep. Harman," Nightline, ABC


Box 262
"Roy's Tape"


Box 262
Jane Harman, Show and Segment


Box 262
"Spotlight: Clips," sample tape of TV show


Box 263
"Susan Brooks Campaign Kickoff"


Box 263
"Susan Brooks," C-SPAN


Box 263
* "Technology Forum," Paragon Cable


Box 263
"Up Close: Jane Harman"


Box 263
"Women in Combat, House Armed Services Committee," The World Today, CNN


Box 263
"Women in Congress: Making a Difference"


Box 263
"Women in the U.S. Military: After the Tailhook Scandal," Newsmaker Saturday, CNN


Box 263
U-Matic



"Congressional Arts Competition,"
19 May 1997

Box 264
"LAX Town Hall Meeting," LA CityView,
12 Dec 1997

Box 264
"Lewis M. Herman Public Affairs Award,"
19 May 1997

Box 265
Week in Review with Bill Rosendahl,
4 Oct 1996

Box 265
Use copies of videotapes



Nightline,
3 Mar 1993

Box 266
Interview regarding Clinton economic package: Deficit reduction, CNN and Company,
21 May 1993

Box 266
Speech for High Technology Council Awards,
15 Jun 1993

Box 266
"Vice President Al Gore Visits TRW: Los Angeles Television Coverage," TRW Media Center,
22 Jun 1993

Box 266
"No on NAFTA, San Pedro rally,"
18 Aug 1993

Box 266
"Budget House Vote," Inside Politics with Eric Altsheel,
9 Sep 1993

Box 266
Week in Review with Bill Rosendahl,
3 Dec 1993

Box 266
Interview regarding the resignation of Les Aspen [sic], CNN and Company; and C-SPAN hearing,
20 Dec 1993

Box 266
"Keynote Address: Jane Harmon [sic]," Law Enforcement for the 21st Century Conference,
20-22 Jun 1994

Box 266
"Harman: Border; Daily," Doak, Shrum, Harris, Carrier, and Devine,
1 Nov 1994

Box 266
"Direct Access: Congresswoman Jane Harman,"
19 Apr 1995

Box 266
"The U.S. Congress and You: Representative Jane Harman," sponsored by Northrop Corporation, Andrew E. Manatos, Committee for Citizens Awareness,
22 Jun 1995

Box 267
Week in Review,
27 Oct 1995

Box 267
"Roundtable," Cox Communications, Inc.,
23 May 1996

Box 267
"An Interview with Jane Harman," Paragon Cable Community FOC,
Jun 1996

Box 267
"Crime Roundtable," The Aerospace Corporation,
3 Jul 1996

Box 267
Week in Review,
23 Aug 1996

Box 267
"Beijing, One Year Later," taped message by Harman,
24 Sep 1996

Box 267
"One on One, a Conversation with Gary Cox,"
15 Nov 1996

Box 267
"Harman/Brooks Debate," Continental Cablevision/AARP,
1996

Box 267
"Republicans for Harman rally, gun control and Brady Law issues,"
1996

Box 267
"Republicans for Harman rally, gun control and Brady Law issues,"
1996 Mar 1997

Box 267
"Aberdeen Sex Scandal," "Clinton Budget Deal," CNN and Fox interview,
8 May 1997

Box 268
"Defense Industry in California," Loyola Marymount University, C-SPAN,
30 May 1997

Box 268
"Lomita Veteran's Day," Headline News, CNN,
11 Nov 1997

Box 268
"LAX Town Hall Meeting," LA CityView,
12 Dec 1997

Box 268
"Harman for Governor," Morris and Carrick,
26 Mar 1998

Box 268
"Harman for Governor: Neighborhood; Fifteen; Jaws; Follow Up," Morris and Carrick,
1998

Box 268
"Candidate Forum," Steve Fowler interview,
n.d.

Box 268
"Gun Control Forum," Paragon Cable,
n.d.

Box 268
"Technology Forum," Paragon Cable,
n.d.

Box 268
OVERSIZE MATERIALS



Biographical materials

[see also Box 270]



Box 268
Awards/certificates,
1995-96, n.d.

Box 269
Political activities



"Will this Queens Housewife Be the Next Vice President?," East Side Express, v.7, no. 377,
27 Oct-3 Nov 1983

Box 269
36th district (CA) map


Box 269
House race,newspaper clippings
1992:

Box 269
Governor's race,newspaper clippings
1998:

Box 269
Legislative files



Photograph, President Clinton speaking at podium in front of White House,
n.d.

Box 269
House National Security Committee photograph, 104th Congress


Box 269
"Crying Uncle," The Floridian, (title pages only)
14 Feb 1982

Box 269
American Maritime Officer, v.25, no.1,
Jan 1995

Box 269
American Maritime Officer, v.26, no.2,
Feb 1996

Box 269
Religious Leaders in Support of Immigration Reform poster


Box 269
"Boeing 27" State Summary poster


Box 269
"Boeing 27" State Summary poster The Fort Jackson Leader, v.37, no.32,
15 Jan 1998

Box 269
Constituent services



Your Rights under the Fair Labor Standards Act poster


Box 269
Around the Region, v.8, no.1-2,
Spring/Summer 1995

Box 269
30th Anniversary publication, Southern California Association of Governments,
1995

Box 269
Sierra Club 1996 Voter Guide doorknob hanger


Box 269
Groundwater contaminant plume areas map, Del Amo study area,
22 Oct 1993

Box 269
Conceptual site plan, Del Amo site, Shell Chemical Company, Del Amo Park,
28 Sep 1998

Box 269
36th Congressional District Briefing for the White House Conference on Aging poster


Box 269
Biographical materials: "A Day in the Life of Jane Harman"


Box 270
Political activities



Campaign posters and fliers,
1992

Flat File
Congressional Women's Caucus poster


Flat File
Ballona Wetlands blue print


Flat File

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APPENDIX: Committee Assignments, 103rd-105th Congresses

103rd CONGRESS:

Armed Services: Research and Technology
Military Forces and Personnel
Oversight and Investigations
Science, Space and Technology:Space
Technology, Environment and Aviation
Defense Conversion Committee of the Speaker's Working Group on Policy Development

104th CONGRESS:

National Security:Military Personnel
Military Research and Development
Science:Space and Aeronautics

105th CONGRESS:

National Security: Military Personnel
Military Research and Development
Merchant Marine
Permanent Select Committee on IntelligenceTechnical and Tactical Intelligence
Democratic Steering Committee

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