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Papers, 1961-1969 (#31). Lawyer; federal and local government official. General Counsel, Bureau of Public Roads, Department of Commerce (1961-1963); Commissioner, Vice Chairman, Acting Chairman, Federal Power Commission (1963-1966); Administrator, Bonneville Power Administration (1966-1967); Under Secretary, Department of the Interior (1968-1969).
Records 1961-1963. Microfilm copies of records of Secretary Stuart Udall, the Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Land Reclamation, and publications. Hard copy includes publications, correspondence, reports, memorandums, press releases, compilations of departmental activities by state, and materials relating to water pro...
Alsop discusses his relationship with Robert F. Kennedy, the Civil Rights movement, counterintelligence, and Vietnam, among other issues.
Beaty discusses conflicts of interest between current and former government employees and industry; public works projects including desalinization, dams, and tidal power; relations between the U.S. and Mexico over water rights to the Colorado River, among other issues.
Beaty discusses Arizona politics during the 1950s, the extended Udall family, and Stewart L. Udall’s service in Congress, among other issues.
Beaty discusses appointments to the Interior Department and problems Stewart Udall ran into early in his tenure as Secretary, among other issues.
Beaty discusses the Bureau of Reclamation, other water and power agencies within the Interior Department, and the staff of the Interior Department under Stewart Udall, among other issues.
Beaty discusses appointments to the Bureau of Indian Affairs and territorial administrations including Guam, American Samoa, and the Virgin Islands, among other issues.
Beaty discusses the National Parks Service and individual parks and seashores, and intermittent efforts by the Interior Department to hire minorities, among other issues.
Beaty discusses national parks and seashores, American Indian affairs and policies during the Eisenhower and Kennedy administrations, among other issues.
Beaty discusses conflicts over public lands, tensions between public and private utilities interests, and oil import policy, among other issues.
Beaty discusses the congressional committees that dealt with interior issues, including the relative power of different members of those committees and the power of committee staffers, among other issues.
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