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Abortion

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:

Abortion

 File — Box 107
Scope and Contents From the Series: CLIPPINGS, 1959-2008, are divided into Public and Personal subseries. Public clippings chiefly cover general subjects from 1963 to 1978 and n.d. [additional 1990s clippings have been included by SCPC staff]. Specific subjects include: education; desegregation of public schools, particularly in Greenville and Darlington Counties in 1970; the Moody Report; political parties; the General Assembly; the McNair family; inaugurations; the Tricentennial celebrations; and Governor Donald S. Russell...
Dates: 1953 - 2010

Abortion

 File — Box 102
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: Topical Files, 1947-1974, comprise the largest and most important set of records in the collection. The files are arranged by topic alphabetically in two-year periods mirroring each Congressional session. Files contain legislative matter, reference material, and correspondence with colleagues, constituents and other interested members of the public, and persons in state and local government. Topics reflect Dorn’s committee assignments: Agriculture, Public Works and Veterans Affairs; subjects of...
Dates: 1971-1972

Abortion

 File — Box 4
Scope and Contents From the Series: Campaign, 1971-1988, chiefly documents Bass’s 1978 run for Congress. Topical files represent Bass’s positions on key issues from abortion to labor. In particular, Bass championed environmental issues and received much correspondence related to nuclear waste and the Russell Dam. After his defeat, condolence letters poured in from citizen supporters and politicians, including Vice President Walter Mondale and Senator Ernest F. Hollings. Other files document Bass’s involvement with various...
Dates: Other: 1971-1988

Abortion

 File — Box 69
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: Campaign files detail Riley’s races for the House, Senate, and Governor, as well as his efforts for other candidates, including Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, and numerous members of Congress. Of particular interest are the files documenting Riley’s campaign for governor in 1978. Riley entered the race early in 1977 and built a wide-ranging campaign organization, including finance and steering committees, advisory committees from the African-American, student, and senior citizen...
Dates: 1978, Gubernatorial [see also: 1976, Carter…Transition]

Abortion

 File — Box 599
Collection Description From the Sub-Series: Hollings' Office contains files compiled by the Senator's office explaining his voting record and positions on various topics.
Dates: 1967-2004

Abortion

 File — Box 132
Collection Description From the Sub-Series: Legislative files and Constituent Correspondence are arranged together starting with the 90th Congress, 1967-1968 (plus material from Dec. 1966), and ending with the 108th Congress, 2003-2004. Within each Congress, files are arranged alphabetically by topic, from abortion to commerce to foreign affairs to welfare. Constituent correspondence is the letters, emails, and faxes received by Hollings' Senate offices in Washington, D.C., and South Carolina on a wide range of topics. Legislative files...
Dates: 92nd Congress (1971-1972)

Abortion

 File — Box 161
Collection Description From the Sub-Series: Legislative files and Constituent Correspondence are arranged together starting with the 90th Congress, 1967-1968 (plus material from Dec. 1966), and ending with the 108th Congress, 2003-2004. Within each Congress, files are arranged alphabetically by topic, from abortion to commerce to foreign affairs to welfare. Constituent correspondence is the letters, emails, and faxes received by Hollings' Senate offices in Washington, D.C., and South Carolina on a wide range of topics. Legislative files...
Dates: 93rd Congress (1973-1974)

Abortion

 Sub-Series
Collection Description From the Sub-Series: Legislative files and Constituent Correspondence are arranged together starting with the 90th Congress, 1967-1968 (plus material from Dec. 1966), and ending with the 108th Congress, 2003-2004. Within each Congress, files are arranged alphabetically by topic, from abortion to commerce to foreign affairs to welfare. Constituent correspondence is the letters, emails, and faxes received by Hollings' Senate offices in Washington, D.C., and South Carolina on a wide range of topics. Legislative files...
Dates: 94th Congress (1975-1976)

Abortion

 Sub-Series
Collection Description From the Sub-Series: Legislative files and Constituent Correspondence are arranged together starting with the 90th Congress, 1967-1968 (plus material from Dec. 1966), and ending with the 108th Congress, 2003-2004. Within each Congress, files are arranged alphabetically by topic, from abortion to commerce to foreign affairs to welfare. Constituent correspondence is the letters, emails, and faxes received by Hollings' Senate offices in Washington, D.C., and South Carolina on a wide range of topics. Legislative files...
Dates: 95th Congress (1977-1978)

Abortion

 Sub-Series
Collection Description From the Sub-Series: Legislative files and Constituent Correspondence are arranged together starting with the 90th Congress, 1967-1968 (plus material from Dec. 1966), and ending with the 108th Congress, 2003-2004. Within each Congress, files are arranged alphabetically by topic, from abortion to commerce to foreign affairs to welfare. Constituent correspondence is the letters, emails, and faxes received by Hollings' Senate offices in Washington, D.C., and South Carolina on a wide range of topics. Legislative files...
Dates: 99th Congress (1985-1986)