JAMES H. QUILLEN PAPERS
c. 1918-1999 and undated


SERIES IV


SERIES IV
, PUBLIC RELATIONS FILES,
1956-1997 and undated, Boxes 367-423.

Sub-series IV-A, LETTERS TO CONSTITUENTS, 1963-1978, Boxes 367-371

Box 367

1.    Letters to Constituents- “A,” Carter County, 1963-1965
2.    Letters to Constituents- “B,” Carter County, 1963-1965
3.    Letters to Constituents- “C,” Carter County, 1963-1965
4.    Letters to Constituents- “D,” Carter County, 1963-1965
5.    Letters to Constituents- “E,” Carter County, 1963-1965
6.    Letters to Constituents- “F,” Carter County, 1963-1965
7.    Letters to Constituents- “G,” Carter County, 1963-1965
8.    Letters to Constituents- “H,” Carter County, 1963-1965
9.    Letters to Constituents- “I,” Carter County, 1963
10.  Letters to Constituents- “J,” Carter County, 1963-1965
11.  Letters to Constituents- “K,” Carter County, 1963-1965
12.  Letters to Constituents- “L,” Carter County, 1963-1965
13.  Letters to Constituents- “Mc,” Carter County, 1963-1965
14.  Letters to Constituents- “M,” Carter County, 1963-1965
15.  Letters to Constituents- “N,” Carter County, 1963-1965
16.  Letters to Constituents- “O,” Carter County, 1963-1965
17.  Letters to Constituents- “P,” Carter County, 1963-1965
18.  Letters to Constituents- “R,” Carter County, 1963-1965
19.  Letters to Constituents- “S,” Carter County, 1963-1965
20.  Letters to Constituents- “T,” Carter County, 1963-1965

Box 368

1.    Letters to Constituents- “U,” Carter County, 1963-1964
2.    Letters to Constituents- “V,” Carter County, 1964-1965
3.    Letters to Constituents- “W,” Carter County, 1963-1965
4.    Letters to Constituents- “X-Y-Z,” Carter County, 1963-1965
5.    Letters to Constituents- “A,” Claiborne County, 1963-1965
6.    Letters to Constituents- “B,” Claiborne County, 1963-1966
7.    Letters to Constituents- “C,” Claiborne County, 1963-1966
8.    Letters to Constituents- “D,” Claiborne County, 1963-1966
9.    Letters to Constituents- “E,” Claiborne County, 1963-1965
10.  Letters to Constituents- “F,” Claiborne County, 1963-1965
11.  Letters to Constituents- “G" Claiborne County, 1963-1964
12.  Letters to Constituents- “H,” Claiborne County, 1963-1965
13.  Letters to Constituents- “J,” Claiborne County, 1963-1966
14.  Letters to Constituents- “K,” Claiborne County, 1963
15.  Letters to Constituents- “L,” Claiborne County, 1963-1965
16.  Letters to Constituents- “Mc,” Claiborne County, 1963-1965
17.  Letters to Constituents- “M,” Claiborne County, 1963-1965
18.  Letters to Constituents- “N,” Claiborne County, 1964-1966
19.  Letters to Constituents- “O,” Claiborne County, 1963-1966
20.  Letters to Constituents- “P,” Claiborne County, 1963-1964
21.  Letters to Constituents- “R,” Claiborne County, 1963-1966
22.  Letters to Constituents- “S,” Claiborne County, 1963-1966
23.  Letters to Constituents- “T,” Claiborne County, 1963-1966
24.  Letters to Constituents- “V,” Claiborne County, 1963-1965
25.  Letters to Constituents- “W,” Claiborne County, 1963-1966
26.  Letters to Constituents- “X-Y-Z,” Claiborne County, 1965
27.  Letters to Constituents- “A,” Cocke County, 1963-1965
28.  Letters to Constituents- “B,” Cocke County, 1963-1965
29.  Letters to Constituents- “C,” Cocke County, 1963-1965
30.  Letters to Constituents- “D,” Cocke County, 1964-1965
31.  Letters to Constituents- “E,” Cocke County, 1963-1965
32.  Letters to Constituents- “F,” Cocke County, 1963-1965
33.  Letters to Constituents- “G,” Cocke County, 1963-1965
34.  Letters to Constituents- “H,” Cocke County, 1963-1965
35.  Letters to Constituents- “J,” Cocke County, 1963-1965
36.  Letters to Constituents- “K,” Cocke County, 1963-1965
37.  Letters to Constituents- “L,” Cocke County, 1963-1965
38.  Letters to Constituents- “Mc,” Cocke County, 1963-1965

Box 369

1.    Letters to Constituents- “M,” Cocke County, 1963-1965
2.    Letters to Constituents- “N,” Cocke County, 1964-1965
3.    Letters to Constituents- “O,” Cocke County, 1963-1965
4.    Letters to Constituents- “P,” Cocke County, 1963-1965
5.    Letters to Constituents- “Q,” Cocke County, 1964
6.    Letters to Constituents- “R,” Cocke County, 1963-1965
7.    Letters to Constituents- “S,” Cocke County, 1963-1966
8.    Letters to Constituents- “T,” Cocke County, 1963-1965
9.    Letters to Constituents- “V,” Cocke County, 1963-1965
10.  Letters to Constituents- “W,” Cocke County, 1963-1965
11.  Letters to Constituents- “X-Y-Z,” Cocke County, 1964
12.  Letters to Constituents- “A,” Grainger County, 1963-1965
13.  Letters to Constituents- “B,” Grainger County, 1963-1964
14.  Letters to Constituents- “C,” Grainger County, 1963-1965
15.  Letters to Constituents- “D,” Grainger County, 1963-1965
16.  Letters to Constituents- “E,” Grainger County, 1963
17.  Letters to Constituents- “F,” Grainger County, 1963-1964
18.  Letters to Constituents- “G,” Grainger County, 1963-1965
19.  Letters to Constituents- “H,” Grainger County, 1963-1965
20.  Letters to Constituents- “J,” Grainger County, 1963-1964
21.  Letters to Constituents- “K,” Grainger County, 1964
22.  Letters to Constituents- “L,” Grainger County, 1963-1964
23.  Letters to Constituents- “Mc,” Grainger County, 1963
24.  Letters to Constituents- “M,” Grainger County, 1963-1965
25.  Letters to Constituents- “N,” Grainger County, 1963
26.  Letters to Constituents- “O,” Grainger County, 1963
27.  Letters to Constituents- “P,” Grainger County, 1963-1965
28.  Letters to Constituents- “Q,” Grainger County, 1963
29.  Letters to Constituents- “R,” Grainger County, 1963-1965
30.  Letters to Constituents- “S,” Grainger County, 1963-1964
31.  Letters to Constituents- “T,” Grainger County, 1963-1964
32.  Letters to Constituents- “V,” Grainger County, 1964-1965
33.  Letters to Constituents- “W,” Grainger County, 1963-1964
34.  Letters to Constituents- “A,” Greene County, 1963-1965
35.  Letters to Constituents- “B,” Greene County, 1963-1965
36.  Letters to Constituents- “C,” Greene County, 1963-1966
37.  Letters to Constituents- “D,” Greene County, 1963-1965

Box 370

1.    Letters to Constituents- “E,” Greene County, 1963-1965
2.    Letters to Constituents “F” Greene County, 1963-1965
3.    Letters to Constituents “J” Sullivan County, 1963-1964
4.    Letters to Constituents “L” Sullivan County, 1963-1966
5.    Letters to Constituents “Mc” Sullivan County, 1963-1964
6.    Letters to Constituents “M” Sullivan County, 1963-1964
7.    Letters to Constituents “N” Sullivan County, 1963-1964
8.    Letters to Constituents “O” Sullivan County, 1963-1964
9.    Letters to Constituents “P” Sullivan County, 1963-1964
10.  Letters to Constituents “Q” Sullivan County, 1963-1966
11.  Letters to Constituents “R” Sullivan County, 1963
12.  Miscellaneous Letters, 1964-1969
13.  Sample Letters, 1965

Box 371

1.    Sample Letters, 1966, part 1
2.    Sample Letters, 1966, part 2
3.    Sample Letters, Miscellaneous, 1968-1971, part 1
4.    Sample Letters Miscellaneous, 1968-1971, part 2
5.    Sample Letters, Questionnaire, “A”, 1978
6.    Sample Letters, Questionnaire, “B”, 1978
7.    Sample Letters, Questionnaire, “C”, 1978
8.    Sample Letters, Questionnaire, “D”, 1978
9.    Sample Letters, Questionnaire, “E”, 1978
10.  Sample Letters, Questionnaire, “F”, 1978
11.  Sample Letters, Questionnaire, “G”, 1978
12.  Sample Letters, Questionnaire, “H”, 1978
13.  Sample Letters, Questionnaire, “J”, 1978
14.  Sample Letters, Questionnaire, “K”, 1978
15.  Sample Letters, Questionnaire, “M”, 1978
16.  Sample Letters, Questionnaire, “P”, 1978
17.  Sample Letters, Questionnaire, “R”, 1978
18.  Sample Letters, Questionnaire, “S”, 1978
19.  Sample Letters, Questionnaire, “T”, 1978
20.  Sample Letters, Questionnaire, “V”, 1978
21.  Sample Letters, Questionnaire, “W”, 1978

Sub-series IV-B,
NEWSCLIPPINGS AND MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS, 1956-1997, Boxes 372-380.


Box 372

1.    Kingsport Times-News, April 1956
2.    Kingsport Times-News, 1958
3.    Bristol Virginia-Tennessean, 1963
4.    Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1963
5.    Kingsport Times-News, 1963
6.    The Knoxville News-Sentinel, 1963
7.    The Nashville Banner, 1963
8.    Rogersville Review, 1963
9.    Roll Call, January 1963
10.  Tri-County News, 1963
11.  Asheville Citizen-Times, 1964
12.  Bristol Herald-Courier, 1964
13.  Bristol Virginia-Tennessean (Goldwater), October 21,1964
14.  Gatlinburg Press, 1964
15.  Greeneville Sun, 1964
16.  Jonesboro Herald and Tribune, 1964
17.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1964
18.  Kingsport News (Goldwater), 1964
19.  Kingsport Post (Goldwater), October 29, 1964
20.  Kingsport Times, 1964
21.  Knoxville Journal, 1964
22.  The Knoxville News-Sentinel, 1964
23.  Rogersville Review, 1964
24.  The Sevier County News Record, 1964
25.  The Tidings, 1964
26.  The Tomahawk, 1964
27.  Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings, 1964
28.  Bristol Herald-Courier, 1965
29.  Bristol Virginia-Tennessean, 1965
30.  Chicago Tribune, 1964
31.  The Claiborne Press, 1965
32.  Daily Gazette-Mail (Morristown), 1965
33.  Elizabethton Star, 1965
34.  Gatlinburg Press, 1965
35.  The Greeneville Sun, 1965
36.  Grainger County News, 1965
37.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1965
38.  Kingsport Times, 1965
39.  Knoxville Journal, 1965
40.  The Knoxville News-Sentinel, 1965
41.  Newport Plain Talk and Tribune, 1965
42.  Rogersville Review, 1965
43.  The Sunday Star (Washington, D.C.), 1965
44.  The Tomahawk, 1965
45.  Tri-County News, 1965
46.  Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings, 1965
47.  Kingsport Times-News, 1966
48.  Morristown Mail, 1966
49.  Reader’s Digest, February 1966
50.  Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings, 1966
51.  Bristol Herald- Courier, 1967
52.  Bristol Virginia-Tennessean, 1967
53.  Daily Gazette Mail, 1967
54.  Elizabethton Star, 1967
55.  Gatlinburg Press, 1967
56.  The Greeneville Sun, 1967
57.  Hancock County Post, 1967
58.  Jefferson County Standard-Banner, 1967
59.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1967
60.  Kingsport Post, 1967
61.  Kingsport Times-News, 1967
62.  The Knoxville Journal, 1967
63.  The Knoxville News-Sentinel, 1967
64.  Morristown Citizen-Tribune, 1967
65.  The Newport Plain Talk, 1967
66.  Rogersville Review, 1967
67.  The Sevier County News Record, 1967
68.  Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings, 1967
69.  Bristol Herald-Courier, 1968
70.  Chattanooga News-Free Press, 1968
71.  Daily Gazette-Mail, 1968
72.  Hancock County Post, 1968
73.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1968
74.  Nashville Banner, 1968
75.  TEC News, 1968
76.  Tennessee Observer, 1968
77.  VFW News, 1968
78.  Miscellaneous Clippings, 1968
79.  The American Rifleman, 1969
80.  Bristol Herald-Courier, 1969
81.  Elizabethton Star, 1969
82.  Farm Bureau Newsletter, 1969
83.  The Knoxville Journal, 1969
84.  The Knoxville Banner, 1969
85.  Republican Congressional Committee Newsletter, 1969
86.  The Tennessee Legionnaire, 1969
87.  The Washington Daily News, 1969
88.  Bristol Herald-Courier, 1970
89.  Bristol Virginia-Tennessean, 1970
90.  Chattanooga News-Free Press, 1970

Box 373

1.    Elizabethton Star, 1970
2.    The Gatlinburg Press, 1970
3.    The Greeneville Sun, 1970
4.    Jefferson County Standard Banner, 1970
5.    Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1970
6.    Jonesboro Herald and Tribune, 1970
7.    Kingsport Post, 1970
8.    Kingsport Times-News, 1970
9.    The Knoxville Journal, 1970
10.  The Knoxville News-Sentinel, 1970
11.  Kingsport Times, 1970
12.  Morristown Citizen-Tribune,1970
13.  Nashville Banner, 1970
14.  The Newport Plain Talk, 1970
15.  Rogersville Review, 1970
16.  Sullivan County Education Association (SEA), 1970
17.  Sullivan County News, 1970
18.  Tri-County News, 1970
19.  The Tomahawk, 1970
20.  The Washington Post, 1970
21.  Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings, 1970
22.  Newspaper Clippings, “The Honorable James H. Quillen, United States Congressman” (previously bound together), 1970
23.  Bristol Herald-Courier, 1971
24.  Bristol Virginia-Tennessean, 1971
25.  The Cocke County Banner, 1971
26.  Elizabethton Star, 1971
27.  The Erwin Record, 1971
28.  The Greeneville Sun, 1971
29.  Hancock News Journal, 1971
30.  Jefferson County Standard-Banner, 1971
31.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1971
32.  Kingsport Times-News, 1971
33.  The Knoxville News-Sentinel, 1971
34.  Morristown Citizen-Tribune, 1971
35.  Nashville Banner, 1971
36.  The Newport Plain Talk, 1971
37.  Rogersville Review, 1971
38.  Sullivan County News, 1971
39.  The Tomahawk, 1971
40.  Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings, 1971
41.  Bristol Herald-Courier, 1972
42.  Bristol Virginia-Tennessean, 1972
43.  The Cocke County Banner, 1972
44.  Elizabethton Star, 1972
45.  The Erwin Record, 1972
46.  The Gatlinburg Press, 1972
47.  The Greeneville Sun, 1972
48.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1972
49.  Kingsport Times-News, 1972
50.  The Knoxville Journal, 1972
51.  The Knoxville News-Sentinel, 1972
52.  Morristown Citizen-Tribune, 1972
53.  Morristown Daily Gazette-Mail, 1972
54.  The Nashville Banner, 1972
55.  Nashville Tennessean, 1972
56.  The Newport Plain Talk, 1972
57.  The New York Times, 1972
58.  Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings, 1972
59.  Bristol Herald Courier / Bristol Virginia-Tennessean, January 1973
60.  The Cocke County Banner, 1973
61.  Elizabethton Star, 1973
62.  The Erwin Record, 1973
63.  Grainger County News, 1973
64.  The Greeneville Sun, 1973
65.  Jefferson County Standard-Banner, 1973
66.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1973
67.  Jonesboro Herald and Tribune, 1973
68.  Kingsport Times, 1973
69.  The Knoxville Journal, 1973

Box 374

1.    Knoxville News-Sentinel, 1973
2.    Morristown Citizen-Tribune, 1973
3.    Morristown Daily Gazette-Mail, 1973
4.    Newport Plain Talk, 1973
5.    Rogersville Review, 1973
6.    Republican Congressional Committee Newsletter, May 7, 1973
7.    The Sevier County News Record, 1973
8.    Sullivan County News, 1973
9.    The Tomahawk, 1973
10.  Tri-County News, 1973
11.  Veterans of Foreign Wars Magazine, May 1973
12.  The Washington Daily News, January 1973
13.  The Washington Post, 1973
14.  Washington Star News, 1973
15.  Miscellaneous Clippings, 1973
16.  Bristol Herald-Courier, 1974
17.  Bristol Virginia-Tennessean, 1974
18.  The Cocke County Banner, 1974
19.  Elizabethton Star, 1974
20.  The Erwin Record, 1974
21.  Grainger County News, 1974
22.  The Greeneville Sun, 1974
23.  Jefferson County Standard-Banner, 1974
24.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1974
25.  Jonesboro Herald and Tribune, 1974
26.  Kingsport Post and Kingsport Daily News, 1974
27.  Kingsport Times-News, 1974
28.  The Knoxville Journal, 1974
29.  The Knoxville News-Sentinel, 1974
30.  Morristown Citizen-Tribune, 1974
31.  Morristown Gazette-Mail, 1974
32.  Newport Plain Talk, 1974
33.  Rogersville Review, 1974
34.  Sullivan County News, 1974
35.  The Sevier County News-Record, 1974
36.  Sevier County Times, 1974

Box 375

1.    The Tomahawk, 1974
2.    Tri-County News, 1974
3.    U.S. News and World Report, September 2,1974
4.    Bristol Herald-Courier, 1975
5.    Bristol Virginia-Tennessean, 1975
6.    Cocke County Banner, 1975
7.    Elizabethton Star, 1975
8.    The Erwin Record, 1975
9.    Grainger County News, 1975
10.  The Greeneville Sun, 1975
11.  Jefferson County Standard-Banner, 1975
12.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1975
13.  Jonesboro Herald and Tribune, 1975
14.  Kingsport Post, 1975
15.  Kingsport Times-News, 1975
16.  The Knoxville Journal, 1975
17.  The Knoxville News-Sentinel. 1975
18.  Morristown Citizen-Tribune, 1975
19.  Morristown Gazette-Mail, 1975
20.  The Nashville Banner, 1975
21.  Nashville Tennessean, 1975
22.  Newport Plain Talk, 1975
23.  Rogersville Review, 1975
24.  Sevier County News Record, 1975
25.  Sevier County Times, 1975
26.  Sullivan County News, 1975
27.  The Tomahawk, 1975
28.  Bristol Herald-Courier, 1976
29.  Bristol Virginia-Tennessean, 1976
30.  The Cocke County Banner, 1976
31.  The Elizabethton Star, 1976
32.  The Erwin Record, 1976
33.  Grainger County News, 1976
34.  The Greeneville Sun, 1976
35.  Jefferson County Standard-Banner, 1976
36.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1976
37.  Jonesboro Herald and Tribune, 1976
38.  Kingsport Times-News, 1976
39.  The Knoxville Journal, 1976
40.  Morristown Citizen-Tribune, 1976

Box 376

1.    The Newport Plain Talk, 1976
2.    The Knoxville News-Sentinel, 1976
3.    Sevier County News, 1976
4.    Sullivan County News, 1976
5.    The Tomahawk, 1976
6.    The Wall Street Journal, 1976
7.    Bristol Herald-Courier, 1977
8.    Bristol Virginia-Tennessean, 1977
9.    Cocke County Banner, 1977
10.  Elizabethton Star, 1977
11.  The Erwin Record, 1977
12.  Gatlinburg Press, 1977
13.  Grainger County News, 1977
14.  The Greeneville Sun, 1977
15.  Jefferson City Standard-Banner, 1977
16.  The Newport Plain Talk, 1977
17.  Rutledge News, 1977
18.  Sevierville News Record, 1977
19.  The Tomahawk, 1977
20.  Tri-County News, 1977
21.  The Washington Star, 1977
22.  Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings, 1977
23.  Bristol Herald-Courier, 1978
24.  Bristol Virginia-Tennessean, 1978
25.  The Claiborne Progress, 1978
26.  The East Tennessean, 1978
27.  Elizabethton Star, 1978
28.  The Erwin Record, 1978
29.  FB News (Tennessee Farm Bureau), 1978
30.  Gatlinburg Press, 1978
31.  Grainger County News, 1978
32.  The Greeneville Sun, 1978
33.  Jefferson Standard-Banner, 1978
34.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1978
35.  Kingsport Daily News, 1978
36.  Kingsport Times-News, 1978
37.  The Knoxville Journal, 1978
38.  The Knoxville News-Sentinel, 1978
39.  Morristown Citizen-Tribune, 1978
40.  The Nashville Banner, 1978
41.  Nashville Tennessean, 1978
42.  The Newport Plain Talk, 1978
43.  Rogersville Review, 1978
44.  Sevier County News Record, 1978
45.  Sullivan County News, 1978
46.  The Tomahawk, 1978
47.  Miscellaneous Clippings, 1978
48.  Blountville News, 1979
49.  Bristol Herald-Courier, 1979
50.  Bristol Virginia-Tennessean, 1979
51.  Chattanooga News-Free Press, 1979
52.  Cleveland Banner, 1979
53.  Columbia Herald, 1979
54.  The Courts: The Pendulum of Federalism (Final Report), 1979
55.  Elizabethton Star, 1979
56.  Gatlinburg Press, 1979
57.  Greeneville Sun, 1979
58.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1979
59.  Jonesboro Herald and Tribune, 1979
60.  Kingsport Times-News, 1979
61.  Knoxville Journal, 1979
62.  Knoxville News-Sentinel, 1979
63.  Lebanon Democrat, 1979
64.  Memphis Press Scimitar, 1979
65.  Morristown Citizen-Tribune, 1979
66.  Murfreesboro Journal, 1979
67.  Nashville Banner, 1979
68.  Newport Plain Talk, 1979
69.  New Tazwell Observer, 1979
70.  Paris Post-Intelligencer, 1979
71.  Rogersville Free Press, 1979
72.  Rogersville Review, 1979
73.  Sevierville News Record, 1979
74.  Shelbyville Times Gazette, 1979
75.  The Tomahawk, 1979
76.  Bristol Herald-Courier, 1980
77.  Daily News Post, 1980
78.  The Greeneville Sun, 1980
79.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1980
80.  Kingsport Times-News, 1980
81.  The Knoxville Journal, 1980
82.  Morristown Citizens-Tribune, 1980
83.  A Yearbook for the Political Year (LTV),1980
84.  Miscellaneous Clippings, 1980

Box 377

1.    The Greeneville Sun, 1982
2.    Kingsport Times-News, 1982
3.    Bristol Herald-Courier, 1983-1984
4.    Bristol Virginia-Tennessean, 1983-1984
5.    Daily News, 1983-1984
6.    East Tennessean, 1983
7.    Elizabethton Star, 1983-1984, part 1
8.    Elizabethton Star, 1983-1984, part 2
9.    The Erwin Record, 1983
10.  The Greeneville Sun, 1983-1984
11.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1983-1984
12.  Jonesboro Herald and Tribune, 1983-1984
13.  Kingsport Time-News, 1983-1984
14.  The Knoxville Journal, 1983
15.  The Knoxville News-Sentinel, 1983-1984
16.  Morristown Citizen-Tribune, 1983-1984
17.  National Inquirer, 1983
18.  Nashville Banner, 1983-1984
19.  Newport Plain Talk, 1983-1984
20.  News Record and Press, 1983-1984
21.  Sullivan County News, 1983
22.  Miscellaneous Clippings, 1983
23.  Bristol Virginia-Tennessean, 1984
24.  The Greeneville Sun, 1984
25.  Jefferson Standard-Banner, 1984
26.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1984
27.  Jonesboro Herald and Tribune, 1984
28.  Kingsport Times-News, 1984
29.  The Mountain Press, 1984
30.  The Tomahawk, 1984
31.  The Knoxville News-Sentinel, 1987

32.  The Greeneville Sun, 1989
33.  The Greeneville Sun, 1990
34.  Miscellaneous Clippings, 1990
35.  Bristol Herald-Courier, 1992
36.  Kingsport Times-News, 1992
37.  Knoxville News-Sentinel, 1992
38.  The Knoxville News-Sentinel, 1993
39.  Morristown Citizen-Tribune, 1992
40.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1994
41.  Kingsport Times-News, 1994
42.  Roll Call, 1994
43.  Bristol Herald-Courier, 1995
44.  The Greeneville Sun, 1995
45.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1995
46.  The Knoxville News-Sentinel, 1995
47.  The Road to ‘96-Tennessee Republican Party Newsletter, Spring 1995
48.  Rogersville Review, 1995
49.  TVPPA News, 1995
50.  Bristol Herald-Courier, 1996
51.  Daily News, 1996
52.  Elizabethton Star, 1996
53.  The Greeneville Sun, 1996
54.  Jefferson Standard-Banner, 1996
55.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, 1996
56.  Kingsport Times-News, 1996
57.  The Knoxville News-Sentinel, 1996
58.  Memphis Commercial Appeal, 1996
59.  Morristown Citizen-Tribune, 1996
60.  Rogersville Review, 1996
61.  Roll Call, 1996
62.  Sullivan County News, 1996
63.  The Washington Post, 1996
64.  Miscellaneous Clippings, 1996
65.  The Elizabethton Star, 1997
66.  ETSU Today, 1997
67.  Johnson City Press, 1997
68.  Life Times, 1997
69.  Undated Newspaper Clippings

Box 378 (oversized materials)

1. 1) Borrowed Money, Borrowed Time: The Fall of the House of Butcher, 1983
    2) Business Journal (Salute to ETSU), 1994
    3) Business Journal, May 1996
    4) The Capitol, A Pictorial History, Undated
    5) ETSU Collegian, May 8, 1964
    6) ETSU Journalist, November 1971
    7) The Indiana Republican, August 21,1972
2. 1) “James H. Quillen, The People’s Congressman,” November 3, 1996
    2) OpEd Page, Johnson City Press-Chronicle, June 17, 1979
3. 1) Life, January 3, 1964
    2) Life, January 10, 1964
    3) Life, November 19, 1965
4. 1) Questionnaires (Work-Ups)
    2) The Republican, February 1970
    3) Roll Call, April 11,1996
    4) The Saturday Evening Post, December 1975
    5) TEC News, October 9, 1980

Box 379 (oversized materials)

1.    Kingsport Times-News, October 18,1970
2.    The Knoxville News-Sentinel, October 18, 1970
3.    Kingsport Times, October 19, 1970
4.    The Knoxville Journal, October 19, 1970
5.    Johnson City Press-Chronicle, October 20, 1970
6.    Kingsport Times, October 20, 1970
7.    The Knoxville Journal, October 20, 1970
8.    The Knoxville News-Sentinel, October 20, 1970
9.    Chattanooga News-Free Press, October 21, 1970
10.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, October 21, 1970
11.  Jonesboro Herald and Tribune, October 21, 1970
12.  Kingsport Times, October 21, 1970
13.  The Knoxville Journal, October 21, 1970
14.  Bristol Herald-Courier, October 22, 1970
15.  Rogersville Review, October 22, 1970
16.  Bristol Herald-Courier, October 25, 1970
17.  Jefferson County Standard-Banner, October 29, 1970
18.  Bristol Virginia-Tennessean, November 1, 1970
19.  Johnson City Press-Chronicle, November 1, 1970

Box 380 (oversized materials)

1.    Bristol Herald-Courier/Bristol Virginia-Tennessean, March 3, 1974
2.    Bristol Herald-Courier, March 6, 1974
3.    Bristol Herald-Courier, March 7, 1974
4.    Bristol Herald-Courier, March 1, 1974
5.    Johnson City Press-Chronicle, March 1, 1974
6.    Johnson City Press-Chronicle, March 3, 1974
7.    Johnson City Press-Chronicle, March 7, 1974
8.    Kingsport News, March 1, 1974
9.    Kingsport Times, March 5, 1974
10.  Kingsport News, March 6, 1974
11.  Kingsport News, March 7, 1974
12.  The Knoxville Journal, March 1, 1974
13.  The Knoxville Journal, March 6, 1974
14.  The Knoxville Journal, March 7, 1974
15.  The Knoxville News-Sentinel, March 1, 1974
16.  The Knoxville News-Sentinel, March 5, 1974
17.  Sullivan County News, March 14, 1974
18.  Kingsport Times-News, Special Weekend issue, November 2, 1974
19.  The Washington Post, January 21, 1981
20.  The Washington Star, January 20, 1981
21.  The Washington Star, January 21, 1981
22.  The Washington Star, August 7, 1981

Sub-series IV-C, OPEN DOOR MEETINGS, 1963-1995, Boxes 381-384.

Box 381

1.    1963 Open Door – Mountain City (Johnson County)
2.    1963 Open Door – Washington County
3.    1965 Open Door – Dandridge
4.    1965 Open Door – Elizabethton
5.    1965 Open Door – Erwin
6.    1965 Open Door – Greeneville
7.    1965 Open Door – Morristown
8.    1965 Open Door – Mountain City
9.    1965 Open Door – Newport
10.  1965 Open Door – Rogersville
11.  1965 Open Door – Rutledge
12.  1965 Open Door – Sevierville
13.  1965 Open Door – Sneedville
14.  1965 Open Door – Sullivan County
15.  1965 Open Door – Tazewell
16.  1965 Open Door – Washington County
17.  1967 Open Door – Dandridge
18.  1967 Open Door – Erwin
19.  1967 Open Door – Greeneville
20.  1967 Open Door – Morristown
21.  1967 Open Door – Mountain City
22.  1967 Open Door – Newport
23.  1967 Open Door – Rogersville
24.  1967 Open Door – Rutledge
25.  1967 Open Door – Sevierville
26.  1967 Open Door – Sneedville
27.  1967 Open Door – Sullivan County
28.  1967 Open Door – Washington County
29.  1969 Open Door – Elizabethton
30.  1969 Open Door – Erwin
31.  1969 Open Door – Greeneville
32.  1969 Open Door – Mountain City
33.  1969 Open Door – Newport
34.  1969 Open Door – Rogersville
35.  1969 Open Door – Sevierville
36.  1969 Open Door – Sneedville
37.  1969 Open Door – Sullivan County
38.  1969 Open Door – Washington County
39.  1971 Open Door – Elizabethton
40.  1971 Open Door – Mountain City
41.  1973 Open Door – Dandridge
42.  1973 Open Door – Erwin
43.  1973 Open Door – Greeneville
44.  1973 Open Door – Morristown
45.  1973 Open Door – Mountain City
46.  1973 Open Door – Newport
47.  1973 Open Door – Rogersville
48.  1973 Open Door – Rutledge
49.  1973 Open Door – Sevierville
50.  1973 Open Door – Sneedville
51.  1973 Open Door – Sullivan County
52.  1973 Open Door – Washington County
53.  1975 Open Door – Dandridge
54.  1975 Open Door – Elizabethton
55.  1975 Open Door – Erwin
56.  1975 Open Door – Greeneville
57.  1975 Open Door – Morristown
58.  1975 Open Door – Mountain City
59.  1975 Open Door – Newport
60.  1975 Open Door –Rogersville
61.  1975 Open Door – Rutledge
62.  1975 Open Door – Sevierville
63.  1975 Open Door – Sneedville
64.  1975 Open Door – Sullivan County
65.  1975 Open Door – Washington County
66.  1975 Open Door Schedule
67.  1977 Open Door – Dandridge
68.  1977 Open Door – Elizabethton
69.  1977 Open Door – Erwin
70.  1977 Open Door – Greeneville
71.  1977 Open Door – Morristown
72.  1977 Open Door – Mountain City
73.  1977 Open Door – Newport
74.  1977 Open Door – Rogersville
75.  1977 Open Door – Rutledge
76.  1977 Open Door – Sevierville
77.  1977 Open Door – Sneedville
78.  1977 Open Door – Sullivan County
79.  1977 Open Door – Washington County
80.  1979 Open Door Notice/Schedule
81.  1981 Open Door Notice/Schedule
82.  1983 Open Door Notice/Schedule
83.  1985 Open Door – Bristol, A-D
84.  1985 Open Door – Bristol, E-K
85.  1985 Open Door – Bristol, L-O
86.  1985 Open Door – Bristol, P-W

Box 382

1.    1985 Open Door – Carter County
2.    1985 Open Door – Cocke County
3.    1985 Open Door – Dandridge, A-K
4.    1985 Open Door – Dandridge, L-Y
5.    1985 Open Door – Elizabethton, A-L
6.    1985 Open Door – Elizabethton, M-Z
7.    1985 Open Door – Erwin, A-D
8.    1985 Open Door – Erwin, E-H
9.    1985 Open Door – Erwin, I-P
10.  1985 Open Door – Erwin, R-W
11.  1985 Open Door – Greeneville, A-C
12.  1985 Open Door – Greeneville, D-L
13.  1985 Open Door – Greeneville, M-Y
14.  1985 Open Door – Kingsport, A-F

Box 383

1.    1985 Open Door – Kingsport G-M
2.    1985 Open Door – Kingsport. N-S
3.    1985 Open Door – Kingsport. T-W
4.    1985 Open Door – Sullivan County
5.    1985 Open Door – Mountain City, A-O
6.    1985 Open Door – Mountain City, P-Z
7.    1985 Open Door – Newport, A-E
8.    1985 Open Door – Newport, F-O
9.    1985 Open Door – Newport, P-Z
10.  1985 Open Door – Rogersville, A-D
11.  1985 Open Door – Rogersville, E-L
12.  1985 Open Door – Rogersville, M-W

Box 384

1.    1985 Open Door – Sevierville, A-K
2.    1985 Open Door – Sevierville, L-T
3.    1985 Open Door – Sevier County
4.    1985 Open Door – Washington County, A-E
5.    1985 Open Door – Washington County, F-K
6.    1985 Open Door – Washington County, L-M
7.    1985 Open Door – Washington County, N-W
8.    1985 Open Door Volunteers Thank You Letters
9.    1987 Open Door Schedules All Counties
10.  1989 Open Door Schedules All Counties
11.  1991 Open Door Schedules All Counties
12.  1995 Open Door Notice/Schedule All Counties, part 1
13.  1995 Open Door Notice/Schedule All Counties, part 2
14.  Undated: Open Door, Carter County – Washington County

Sub-series IV-D, PRESS RELEASES, 1962-1996 and undated, Boxes 384-419.

Box 384

15.  September 12, 1962: Election, Republican Unity
16.  September 12, 1962: Louise G. Reese Endorses Quillen
17.  September 19, 1962: Election, Hamblen County Republican Women
18.  September 23, 1962: Election, The Elizabethton Star Endorsement
19.  September 28, 1962: Election, Hawkins County Republican Women’s Club
20.  September 30, 1962: Campaign
21.  October 2, 1962: Campaign Opener Greeneville
22.  October 3, 1962: Campaign Opener Greeneville
23.  October 3, 1962: Harry W. Smith, Washington County Campaign Manager
24.  October 4, 1962: Campaign Opener Greeneville
25.  October 6, 1962: Campaign Tour
26.  October 6, 1962: Charles Halleck Cancelled Appearance in 1st District
27.  October 6, 1962: Party Unity Greeneville

Box 385

1.    October 7, 1962: Campaign Unicoi County
2.    October 7, 1962: Cuban Crisis
3.    October 10, 1962: Campaign Appearances
4.    October 11, 1962: Campaign Headquarters, John Sevier Hotel
5.    October 11, 1962: “Win With Quillen” Dinner
6.    October 12, 1962: Campaign Speech
7.    October 12, 1962: Opening of Sevier County Republican Headquarters
8.    October 12, 1962: Re-Election
9.    October 14, 1962: Re-Election Speech
10.  October 15-16, 1962: Farm Legislation
11.  October 16, 1962: Election, Farm Legislation
12.  October 17, 1962: Election, “Halt the March to Socialism”
13.  October 18, 1962: Cocke and Grainger Counties
14.  October 21, 1962: Election, College Education
15.  October 22, 1962: Election, Jefferson County
16.  October 23, 1962: Election, Dinner in Hawkins County
17.  October 24, 1962: Cuban Crisis
18.  October 24, 1962: Election, Dandridge
19.  October 26, 1962: Election
20.  October 28, 1962: Campaign Speech
21.  October 30, 1962: Campaign Speech, Hamblen County
22.  October 31, 1962: Campaign Speech
23.  November 2, 1962: Campaign, Claiborne County
24.  November 2, 1962: Campaign Rally at National Guard Armory
25.  November 3, 1962: Campaign Dinner at Little Tunnel Inn
26.  November 3, 1962: Election Endorsement
27.  November 4, 1962: Election
28.  November 5, 1962: Campaign Promises
29.  1962: Campaign Endorsements
30.  1962: Cuban Crisis
31.  1962: Election College Education
32.  1962: Election Endorsement
33.  1962: Hyder Greets Quillen in Greeneville
34.  1962: Party Unity
35.  1962: Quillen Defeats Opponents for Congress
36.  January 6, 1963: District Office Stationed at Kingsport Post Office
37.  January 27, 1963: Quillen Named to Public Works Committee
38.  January 30, 1963: Great Smokey Mountain National Park Budget
39.  February 5, 1963: Kingsport Area Unemployment
40.  February 14, 1963: Opposition to Elimination of JROTC Programs
41.  February 20, 1963: Tax Program
42.  February 24, 1963: United Nations, Cuba
43.  February 27, 1963: Tax Bill
44.  February 28, 1963: Metropolitan Police Department of Washington, D.C.
45.  February, 1963: Congressman Charles A. Mosher to make Lincoln Day Address
46.  March 1, 1963: House Committee on Un-American Activities
47.  March 3, 1963: Communism
48.  March 6, 1963: Cuba
49.  March 9, 1963: Post Office, Gatlinburg
50.  March 12, 1963: Federal Training Project at Buford Ellington Area Vocational School
51.  March 12, 1963: Sevierville Flood
52.  March 17, 1963: Foreign Aid
53.  March 19, 1963: General Robert E. Lee Citizenship
54.  March 22, 1963: 88th Congressional Club
55.  March 1963: Sevier County Declared Disaster Area
56.  March 1963: TVA Plan for Sevierville Flood Relief
57.  April 14, 1963: Cuba
58.  April 1963: Open Door, Sevierville
59.  May 13, 1963: Open Door, Greene County
60.  May 15, 1963: Questionnaires
61.  May 16, 1963: Taxes and Lumber Firms
62.  May 24, 1963: Agricultural Conservation Program
63.  May 28, 1963: Great Smoky Mountains National Park Entrance Admission
64.  May 31, 1963: Public Works Grant to Pigeon Forge Utilities
65.  June 3, 1963: Wilford Metcalf/Cherokee National Forest
66.  June 15, 1963: Federal Interstate System
67.  June 16, 1963: Coast Guard Academy
68.  June 16, 1963: Interstate Roads
69.  June 20, 1963: Supreme Court Prayer
70.  June 21, 1963: ARA Loan to Hermitage Furniture, Rutledge, Tenn.
71.  June 26, 1963: House Joint Resolution- Prayer, Supreme Court
72.  July 2, 1963: TVA Plan for Flood Relief in Sevierville
73.  July 17, 1963: Kennedy/Atlantic City Convention
74.  July 19, 1963: ACA 100% Voting Record
75.  July 22, 1963: Funding for Air Condition at Kennedy Nomination
76.  July 22, 1963: Prayer Campaign
77.  July 24, 1963: Federal Interstate Highway System
78.  July 28, 1963: Real Property Acquisition Subcommittee Hearings
79.  August 4, 1963: Shady Valley Watershed
80.  August 7, 1963: Open Door, Hamblen County
81.  August 14, 1963: First District Questionnaire Response
82.  August 18, 1963: Open Door, Johnson County
83.  August 20, 1963: Open Door, Johnson County
84.  August 23, 1963: Andrew Johnson National Monument
85.  August 25, 1963: Open Door, Cocke County
86.  August 26, 1963: Quillen’s Response to Kennedy’s Aid Remarks
87.  August 29, 1963: Open Door, Unicoi County
88.  September 1, 1963: Open Door
89.  September 8, 1963: Zinc Bill
90.  September 19, 1963: George W. Fry, New Superintendent of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
91.  September 19, 1963: Open Door, Jefferson County
92.  September 21, 1963: Open Door, Claiborne County
93.  September 26, 1963: Americans for Constitutional Action
94.  September 27, 1963: Andrew Johnson Home Purchase
95.  September 29, 1963: Social Security Service Point in Hawkins County
96.  October 7, 1963: Udall Public Works Projects
97.  October 8, 1963: Indian Grave Gap Road
98.  October 12, 1963: Open Door, Hancock County
99.  October 12, 1963: Runaway Federal Spending
100. October 13, 1963: Administration of Oral Sabin Vaccine (Polio)
101. October 13, 1963: Open Door, Carter County
102. October 20, 1963: Open Door, Hawkins County
103. October 20, 1963: Quillen to Campaign in Lower End of District
104. October 24, 1963: Andrew Johnson National Historic Site

Box 386

1.    October 26, 1963: Open Door, Hawkins County
2.    October 27, 1963: Navy Birthday Celebration
3.    October 30, 1963: Extension to Buy Andrew Johnson Home Site
4.    October 30, 1963: Opposition to Sale of TVA
5.    November 1, 1963: Area Redevelopment
6.    November 3, 1963: Federal Budget
7.    November 3, 1963: Open Door, Washington County
8.    November 7, 1963: Beaunit Corporation, Elizabethton
9.    November 1, 1963: Open Door, Washington County
10.  November 19, 1963: Housing Authority
11.  December 2, 1963: Bristol Technical School
12.  December 2, 1963: Buford Ellington Technical Vocational School
13.  December 6, 1963: Re-Election
14.  December 11, 1963: Beaunit Corporation’s North American Plant, Elizabethton, Tennessee
15.  December 12, 1963: Johnson County’s Shady Valley Watershed
16.  1963: Additional Funding for Cherokee National Forest
17.  1963: ARA, Unicoi County
18.  1963: Funding for Great Smoky Mountains National Park
19.  1963: Great Smoky Mountains Park/Cocke County
20.  1963: Open Door
21.  1963: Questionnaire
22.  1963: Reports from Washington
23.  1963: TVA Flood Control
24.  1963: Visit to U. S. Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
25.  1963: Voting Record
26.  January 6, 1964: ARA Loan in Johnson County
27.  January 6, 1964: Iron Mountain Stoneware, Inc., Damascus, Va
28.  January 6, 1964: Oath of Office for 89th Congress
29.  January 7, 1964: Sullivan County School Entitlement
30.  January 9, 1964: (Deadline for) Merchant Marine Academy Nominations
31.  January 26, 1964: Johnson County Young Republicans
32.  January 30, 1964: Moscow Sponsored “Coexistence”
33.  February 1, 1964: Service Academy Nominations
34.  February 3, 1964: Import Quota Bill (HR 9870)
35.  February 3, 1964:  Zinc Bill
36.  February 9, 1964: Committee on Committees
37.  February 12, 1964: Lincoln Day Statement
38.  February 21, 1964: USS Antietam Picture from Commander Hord (picture absent)
39.  February 22, 1964: Transfer of National Forest Land to Foothills Parkway
40.  February 28, 1964: American Enka Corporation, Lowland, Tenn.
41.  March 1, 1964: Beef Imports
42.  March 1, 1964: “Quillen: A Republican Fish in a Sea of Democrats”
43.  March 1, 1964: Re-nomination 1964
44.  March 1, 1964: Rogersville Board of Education Entitlement
45.  March 5, 1964: Area Re-development Administration
46.  March 6, 1964: Carson-Newman College Grant
47.  March 6, 1964: Lincoln Memorial University Grant
48.  March 6, 1964: Tazewell Textiles, Inc.
49.  March 8, 1964: Announcement of Lincoln Day Dinner Speaker, William E. Brock
50.  March 8, 1964: Chicago Tribune article
51.  March 8, 1964: Presentation of Gavel to President Johnson
52.  March 12, 1964: Sevier County Board of Education Entitlement
53.  March 15, 1964: Highway Funds
54.  March 15, 1964: Roads Subcommittee and Highway Funds
55.  March 16, 1964: Bristol Tennessee School District Entitlement
56.  March 18, 1964: North American Rayon/Bemberg
57.  March 26, 1964: First District Federal Budget
58.  March 31, 1964: Contract for Holston Defense Corporation
59.  March, 1964: Opposition to Increased Pay for Members of Congress
60.  April 2, 1964: Hawkins County Board of Education Entitlement
61.  April 6, 1964: Quillen Greets Farm Bureau Members
62.  April 14, 1964: Death of General Douglas MacArthur
63.  April 19, 1964: Social Security Benefits to Sullivan County Residents From 1959-63
64.  April 22, 1964: Supreme Court Decisions on Prayer and Bible Readings
65.  April 23, 1964: Johnson City Public School System Entitlement
66.  April 23, 1964: Welcome to Irene Baker
67.  April 26, 1964: Social Security Benefits
68.  April 26, 1964: Becker Amendment
69.  April 28, 1964: Claiborne County Office of Economic Opportunity
70.  May 3, 1964: Appreciation Dinner
71.  May 3, 1964: Social Security Benefits for Hancock County Residents
72.  May 3, 1964: Social Security Benefits for Jefferson County Residents
73.  May 9, 1964: Federal Aviation Agency
74.  May 20, 1964: North American Rayon Company/Bemberg
75.  May, 1964: Appreciation Dinner (Robert Taft)
76.  June 4, 1964: Re-Election
77.  June 11, 1964: Greeneville High School Band to Present a Concert at the Capitol
78.  July 2, 1964: Wheat Bill
79.  July 7, 1964: FHA Loan for Shady Valley Water Shed District
80.  July 9, 1964: Foothills Parkway, Tennessee
81.  July 15, 1964: Greeneville High School Band at Capitol Concert
82.  July 1964: Stocking Fish in Smoky Mountain Streams
83.  August 4, 1964: Bill to Amend Interstate Commerce Act and Federal Aviation Act
84.  August 4, 1964: Highway Bill
85.  August 4, 1964: Introduction of Non-Resident Income Tax Legislation
86.  August 7, 1964: Breakfast With Goldwater and Miller
87.  August 16, 1964: Davy Crockett Birthplace Celebration
88.  August 16, 1964: Presentation of Pen by Johnson at Signing of Highway Appropriations Bill
89.  August 19, 1964: Tuck Bill
90.  August 30, 1964: First District to Receive Major Highway Work
91.  August 31, 1964: U. S. Coast Guard Academy
92.  August, 1964: Beaunit Fibers Award
93.  September 4, 1964: Opening of First District Republican Headquarters
94.  September 11, 1964: Johnson City Vocational School
95.  September 13, 1964: Amy Costner Named Manager of Republican Headquarters
96.  September 13, 1964: Carl Young Named Treasurer of Goldwater for President Committee
97.  September 16, 1964: National Defense Student Loan Funds
98.  September 16, 1964: Opposition to the Sell of TVA
99.  September 20, 1964: Goldwater GOP Rally in Sevierville
100. September 20, 1964:  Kickoff for First District Women’s Canvass
101. September 20, 1964: Mrs. Hoyle Bowman (Thelma Shanks) Head of GOP Women’s Division, Carter County
102. September 24, 1964: Republican Rally Scheduled
103. September 4, 1964: U. S. Coast Guard Academy
104. October 1, 1964: Senator Thurston B. Morton Guest Speaker   
105. October4, 1964: Congressman of the Week
106. October 5, 1964: Senator Everett McKinley Dirksen
107. October 6, 1964: Ida Shanks Humbert Named Republican Women’s Campaign Manager
108. October 8, 1964: District Wide Republican Rally

Box 387

1.    October 8, 1964: Everett McKinley Dirksen
2.    October 13, 1964: USDA Cotton
3.    October 13, 1964: Runaway Federal Spending
4.    October 13, 1964: Senator Everett McKinley Dirksen-Minority Leader of United States
5.    October 16, 1964: Airport Improvement
6.    October 16, 1964: Loans to Four Civil Airports
7.    October 18, 1964: Morristown Prepares for Senator Everett M. Dirksen Visit
8.    October 18, 1964: Republican Conference
9.    October 25, 1964: Senator Barry Goldwater
10.  October 29, 1964: Housing and Home Finance Agency
11.  October 29, 1964: Morristown to Receive Grant for Urban Planning Assistance Program
12.  October 1964: Appointment of Winstead and Hull as Managers for First District GOP Ticket
13.  November 1964: Biography
14.  November 1, 1964: Construction and Civil Airports Funding
15.  November 2, 1964: American Enka Corporation
16.  November 6, 1964: Thank You to First District
17.  November 13, 1964: Building Alterations at U. S. Post Office
18.  November 23, 1964: Great Smoky Mountains National Park/Wilderness Act
19.  December 2, 1964: Republican Conference
20.  December 3, 1964: Proposed Job Corps Camp In Sullivan County
21.  December 5, 1964: Grant for Consolidated Metals Engineering Corporation
22.  December 15, 1964: Sullivan County Education Expenditures
23.  December 30, 1964: Bristol City School District Entitlement
24.  December 31, 1964: Medicare
25.  December, 1964: Charlie Halleck for Minority Floor Leader
26.  1964: Charles Gordon Named First District Finance Chairman
27.  1964: Improved Social Security Services for Sullivan County
28.  1964: Mable M. Haynes Named Head of GOP Ticket in Cocke County
29.  1964: National Defense Student Loan Funds
30.  January 4, 1965: Medicare
31.  January 5, 1965:  Quillen Top Vote Getter
32.  January 9, 1965: Reserve Programs
33.  January 10, 1965: Re-Appointment to Republican Committee on Committees
34.  January 14, 1965: Foreign Aid
35.  January 17, 1965: Appalachian Bill
36.  January 18, 1965: Tobacco Allotments/Support
37.  January 20, 1965: Appointment of Rules Committee
38.  January 24, 1965: Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara
39.  January 25, 1965: ETSU College Work Study Program
40.  January 25-26, 1965: Flood Control for Sevierville and Sevier County
41.  January 30, 1965: Service Academy Nominations
42.  January 31, 1965: Quillen Public Works Committee
43.  February 2, 1965: North American Rayon
44.  February 4, 1965: Jimmy Quillen Day
45.  February 9, 1965: Internal Revenue Code, Proposed Amendment
46.  February 25, 1965: Chowder and Marching Club
47.  March 3, 1965: The Eldercare Act of 1965
48.  March 4, 1965: Workable Program for Community Improvement, Morristown, Tenn.
49.  March 10, 1965: Private Pension Coverage
50.  March 11, 1965: HR 6149, Quillen’s Social Security Bill
51.  March 13, 1965: Jacobs Creek Job Corps Center, Sullivan County
52.  March 18, 1965: Federal Control Over Daily Lives
53.  March 19, 1965: American Enke Corporation, Lowland, Tenn.
54.  March 24, 1965: Questionnaire
55.  March 29, 1965: Congratulations Astronauts
56.  March 30, 1965: Veterans Hospital Closings Proposed
57.  April 4, 1965: Income Tax Reduction Bill
58.  April 5, 1965: Republican Women’s Conference
59.  April 11, 1965: U. S. Post Office/Internal Revenue Department
60.  April 19, 1965: Berea College Research Grant for Livable Housing
61.  May 1, 1965: US Coast Guard
62.  May 3, 1965: Powell Valley Electric Cooperative Loan
63.  May 7, 1965: Government Services Administration/Post Office – Erwin, Tenn.
64.  May 9, 1965: Andrew Johnson House Restored by National Park Service
65.  May 10, 1965: Gatlinburg Bypass
66.  May 24, 1965: First District Completed Conservation Practices Under the 1963 ACP
67.  May 26, 1965: Wilford Metcalf/Cherokee National Forest
68.  May 30, 1965: Antidumping Act of 1921
69.  June 14, 1965: National Defense Education Act Awards to Colleges in District
70.  June 16, 1965: East Tennessee State University Funding
71.  June 22, 1965: Flood Control Program
72.  June 23, 1965: Steed College of Technology Funding Allocation
73.  June 26, 1965: Rogersville Board of Education Entitlement
74.  July 4, 1965: Open Door, Hamblen County
75.  July 5, 1965: Open Door Invitation
76.  July 8, 1965: Open Door, Hamblen County
77.  July 12, 1965: Open Door, Sevier County
78.  July 12, 1965: Open Door, Tazewell
79.  July 15, 1965: Open Door Claiborne County
80.  July 16, 1965: Open Door, Sevier County
81.  July 18, 1965: Mrs. Quillen Cookbook
82.  July 22, 1965: Open Door, Sevier County
83.  July 24, 1965: North American Rayon/Bemberg
84.  July 25, 1965: First District Questionnaire
85.  July 26, 1965: Open Door, Unicoi County
86.  August 5, 1965: Open Door, Newport
87.  August 6, 1965: Open Door
88.  August 6, 1965: Social Security Administration Branch Office in Morristown
89.  August 7, 1965: Cocke County
90.  August 8, 1965: Open Door, Carter County
91.  August 12, 1965: Open Door News Story Feature Article
92.  August 15, 1965: Open Door, Jefferson City
93.  August 20, 1965: Hawkins County Board of Education Entitlement
94.  August 20, 1965: Tennessee State Planning Commission Grant
95.  August 26, 1965: Open Door, Hawkins County
96.  September 6, 1965: Open Door, Greene County
97.  September 9, 1965: Claiborne Telephone Company Loan
98.  September 9, 1965: Income Tax Reduction Bill
99.  September 9, 1965: Open Door News Releases, Greeneville
100.  September 15, 1965: Prestige Police Force, Washington, D.C.
101.  September 16, 1965: U. S. Coast Guard Academy
100.  September 17, 1965: Open Door, Hancock County
101.  September 17, 1965: States Rights
102.  September 23, 1965: Open Door, Sneedville

Box 388

1.    September 28, 1965: Range Hall Nursing Home
2.    September 30, 1965: Open Door, Grainger County
3.    September, 1965: The Human Investment Act
4.    October 1, 1965: Work Study Program/Johnson City
5.    October 2, 1965: Rutledge Open Door Releases
6.    October 4, 1965: Open Door, Johnson County
7.    October 4, 1965: Social Security Administration New Office Morristown
8.    October 8, 1965: Open Door, Washington County
9.    October 9, 1965: Open Door, Mountain City (Human Investment Act)
10.  October 10, 1965: Open Door, Washington County
11.  October 13, 1965: Appalachian Regional Commission Funding for Claiborne County Corridor F
12.  October 13, 1965: Holston Plant, Kingsport
13.  October 13, 1965: Open Door, Washington County
14.  October 16, 1965: Flood Control Sevierville and Sevier County
15.  October 21, 1965: Open Door
16.  October 22, 1965: Public Health, White Pine Sewage Treatment
17.  October 22, 1965: Quillen’s Remarks Regarding 89th Congress
18.  October 23, 1965: Congressional Adjournment
19.  October 23, 1965: Open Door
20.  October 24, 1965: Open Door, Sullivan County
21.  October 28, 1965: Open Door, Sullivan County
22.  November 1, 1965: On-the-Job Training Project
23.  November 1, 1965: Sperry, Farragut and Raytheon Contracts
24.  November 5, 1965: Workable Program for Community Improvement of Rogersville, Tenn.
25.  December 5, 1965: Cherokee District Boy Scout Annual Recognition Dinner
26.  December 7, 1965: Farmers Home Administration Loans
27.  December 10, 1965: Bristol Memorial Hospital
28.  December 20, 1965: Supplemental Grants for Tennessee College Construction
29.  1965: Aid Orders for the Congo Filled by Lowland Plant
30.  1965: Anti Poverty in Reverse
31.  1965: Davy Crockett Commemorative Stamp
32.  1965: Electric Motors and Specialties, Hancock County
33.  1965: First District Farmers Receive Cost Sharing Assistance
34.  1965: Introduction of Lead and Zinc Act of 1965
35.  1965: Legislative Questionnaire
36.  1965: Metcalf, Wilford
37.  1965: Naval Weapons Contract to Sperry Rand Corporation
38.  1965: Open Door, Complete Set of Each News Release with Invitation Letter
39.  1965: Questionnaire
40.  1965: Second Annual ”Report from Washington”
41.  1965: Sevier County Flood Control
42.  January 6, 1966: Claiborne County Federal Anti Poverty Funds
43.  January 6, 1966: Johnson City Public School System Entitlement
44.  January 10, 1966: Holston Defense Corporation Contract
45.  January 13, 1966: Congressional Terms
46.  January 14, 1966: Public Housing Administration and Morristown Housing Authority
47.  January 25, 1966: Readers Digest Article/Wilford Metcalf
48.  January 25, 1966: Republican Congressional Committee Hail Recognition to Quillen
49.  January 28, 1966: Burley Tobacco Acreage Allotment System
50.  February 1,1966: Holston Defense Contract
51.  February 7, 1966: Education Entitlement, Sevierville
52.  February 8, 1966: Education Entitlement, Rogersville
53.  February 8, 1966: Nominations for Appointment to Four Service Academies
54.  February 13, 1966: James T. Broyhill to Address Lincoln Day Dinner
55.  February 15, 1966: SBA Designates Sevier County Flood Disaster
56.  February 16, 1966: OEO Grant for Johnson, Carter, and Unicoi Counties
57.  February 19, 1966: Sullivan County Board of Education Entitlement
58.  March 1, 1966: HEW Grant for Campbell, Claiborne, Hancock, and Union Counties
59.  March 5, 1966: GI Bill
60.  March 9, 1966: ARC Approves Local Access to Big Bald Mountain Recreation
61.  March 10, 1966: GI Bill
62.  March 10, 1966: Manpower Development and Training Act Projects, Morristown
63.  March 11, 1966: FHA Loan for Intermountain Utility District, Sullivan County
64.  March 11, 1966: Robert W. Reynolds receives NSF Summer Fellowship
65.  March 11, 1966: Tennessee Housing Authority Funding
66.  March 13, 1966: Post Office at Tri-Cities Airport
67.  March 17, 1966: National School Safety Patrol Week
68.  March 23, 1966: First District Universities and Colleges Receive Title IV Grants
69.  March 23, 1966: Title IV Education Grants
70.  March 24, 1966: Opposition to Tobacco Allotment Cut
71.  March 24, 1966: Soil Conservation Service Budget
72.  March 24, 1966: Veteran’s Benefits
73.  March 27, 1966: Soil Conservation Service
74.  March 28, 1966: H.K. Ferguson Company Contract to Construct Water Filtration Plant at Holston Ordnance
75.  March 29, 1966: TennesseeDept. of Welfare Grant
76.  April 1, 1966: Four East Tennessee Colleges and Universities Receive Grants for Work Study Programs
77.  April 11, 1966: Milligan College Entitlement
78.  April 13, 1966: ARC Grant to Holston Valley Community Hospital
79.  April 13, 1966: FHA Loan for Water System, Hawkins County
80.  April 13, 1966: Foothills Parkway Project Contract
81.  April 15, 1966: Bristol, Tennessee Public Schools Entitlement
82.  April 17, 1966: Post Office at New Terminal at Tri-City Airport
83.  April 19, 1966: Hawkins County Board of Education Entitlement
84.  April 20, 1966: Commemorative Stamp of 75th Anniversary of General Federation of Women’s Club
85.  April 22, 1966: HUD Grant for Comprehensive Planning for Growth and Development
86.  April 24, 1966: Appalachian Trail Advisory Council
87.  April 27, 1966: FHA Loan for Rural Water System by Cross Anchor Utility District
88.  April 28, 1966: National School Safety Patrol Week
89.  May 2, 1966: Holston Army Ammunition Plant Contract
90.  May 3, 1966: Flag Bill
91.  May 4, 1966: Raytheon Contract
92.  May 5, 1966: Post Office, Blountville
93.  May 6, 1966: Raytheon Contract
94.  May 9, 1966: Morristown-Hamblen County, Summer Headstart Program Grant
95.  May 17, 1966: ARC Grant to Science Hill High School
96.  May 19, 1966: ARC Grant to Dobyns-Bennett High School
97.  May 19, 1966: Metals Engineering Corporation Contract
98.  May 25, 1966: Holston Defense Contract
99.  May 27, 1966: Bean Station Industrial Park
100. May 31, 1966: Morristown College Science Building Grant
101. June 1, 1966: Raytheon Contract
102. June 1, 1966: Roll Call Article
103. June 2, 1966: FHA Grant for White Pine Sewer Plant
104. June 7, 1966: Announcement of Re-Election Candidacy
105. June 10, 1966: Raytheon Contract
106. June 13, 1966: Scott County Telephone Cooperative Grant
107. June 14, 1966: HEW Grant for Tusculum College

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1.    June 15, 1966: HEW Grant to Milligan College
2.    June 15, 1966: Pfc. Billy J. Shelton not to be Sent Back to Vietnam
3.    June 19, 1966: Ronald Reagan Praises Quillen
4.    June 20, 1966: ETSU Grant for New Student Services Building
5.    June 21, 1966: Metal Engineering Company Contract
6.    June 22, 1966: King College Grant
7.    June 26, 1966: Fourth of July, America
8.    June 27, 1966: ARC Grant to Greeneville Airport
9.    June 28, 1966: Morristown-Hamblen County Economic Opportunity Authority Grant
10.  June 29, 1966: Bristol Memorial Hospital Grant for Community Mental Health Center
11.  June 29, 1966: Dobyns-Bennett High School Grant
12.  June 29, 1966: Science Hill High School Equipment Grant
13.  June 30, 1966: Raytheon Contract
14.  June, 1966: Washington County Board of Education Entitlement
15.  July 1, 1966: HEW Grant for ETSU Libraries
16.  July 6, 1966: ARC Grant for Bristol Memorial Hospital
17.  July 7, 1966: Pigeon Forge Sewage Treatment Plant Grant
18.  July 12, 1966: Hart Construction Company Contract from National Park Service
19.  July 13, 1966: Sperry Rand Corporation Contract
20.  July 18, 1966: Holston Defense Contract
21.  July 19, 1966: Veterans Benefits Bills
22.  July 20, 1966: EDA Grant to Bristol Memorial Hospital
23.  July 27, 1966: Holston Army Ammunition Plant
24.  July 27, 1966: Quillen Refuses to Give Gift to Lucy Johnson
25.  July 29, 1966: ARC Grant to Morristown College for Science Building
26.  August 4, 1966: ARC Grant for Sneedville-Mooresburg Road
27.  August 5, 1966: Raytheon Contract
28.  August 10, 1966: HUD Loans to Tazewell and Hunstville
29.  August 17, 1966: Sneedville and Hancock County Access Roads
30.  August 18, 1966: HEW Grant to Hawkins County Nursing Home, Rogersville
31.  August 19, 1966: Raytheon Contract
32.  August 25, 1966: ARC Funds for Tennessee
33.  August 31, 1966: Morristown College EDA Grant
34.  September 1, 1966: Quillen Remarks on Failure of Department of Defense to Assist Wives and Families of Vietnam MIA’s
35.  September 6, 1966: Junior Foreign Service Officers
36.  September 11, 1966 Imposition of Price and Wage Controls
37.  September 13, 1966: 75th Anniversary of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs
38.  September 18, 1966: US Hwy 23
39.  September 24, 1966:  Pvt. Edward Conner Court-Martial
40.  September 29, 1966: General Election
41.  September 29, 1966: Quillen-Baker
42.  September 29, 1966: Quillen and Duncan Get “Treasury Watchdog” Awards
43.  September 30, 1966: Raytheon Contract
44.  October 2, 1966: Watchdog of the Treasury Award
45.  October 4, 1966: Harold Howe, II, U. S. Commission of Education
46.  October 9, 1966: Food for Peace
47.  October 9, 1966: 3rd Re-Election
48.  October 10, 1966: Bill to Allow Teachers to Deduct Expenses in College Courses to Improve Teaching Skills
49.  October 11, 1966: ARC Grant for Pigeon Forge Sewage Treatment
50.  October 11, 1966: ARC Grant for Four Lane Highway Between Kingsport and Johnson City
51.  October 13, 1966: Teachers to Deduct Educational Expenses
52.  October 14, 1966: Tate Springs Post Office to Remain Open
53.  October 15, 1966: ETSU Receives ARC Grant
54.  October 16, 1966: Social Security Increases
55.  October 17, 1966: Manpower Development and Training Act, Greeneville Grant
56.  October 17, 1966: Manpower Development and Training Act,  Johnson City Grant
57.  October 17, 1966: Manpower Development and Training Act, Morristown Grant
58.  October 17, 1966: Postal Service – Door to Door City Delivery Service
59.  October 18, 1966: Manpower Development and Training Act, Bristol Grant
60.  October 18, 1966: Manpower Development and Training Act, Erwin Grant
61.  October 19, 1966: Holston Defense Corporation Contract
62.  October 20, 1966: Nixon Speaking at Tri-City Airport
63.  October 23, 1966: “Spending 89th
64.  October 25, 1966: ETSU Grant for a Classroom Building
65.  October 25, 1966: Nixon to Visit Tri-Cities Airport
66.  October 26, 1966: EDA Grant for Sewage Treatment Plant at Pigeon Forge
67.  October 27, 1966: HUD Grant for Morristown’s “Rheatown” Urban Renewal Project
68.  October 30, 1966: Nixon Visit to Tri-City Airport
69.  November 2, 1966: EDA Grant for Eight Counties
70.  November 2, 1966: Jefferson County to Receive Hill-Burton Grant
71.  November 3, 1966: Andrew Jackson’s Old Home Place Historical Shrine
72.  November 3, 1966: Nixon’s Visit to Tri-City Airport
73.  November 4, 1966: FHA Grant to Blue Springs Utility, Carter County
74.  November 5, 1966: Netherland Inn
75.  November 5, 1966: Quillen Attends Party for Retiring Judge Howard W. Smith
76.  November 6, 1966: Re-Election Bid
77.  November 9, 1966: FHA Grant to Unicoi Water Utility District
78.  November 23, 1966: Hill-Burton Grant, Unicoi County Health Center
79.  December 1, 1966: Laughlin Hospital Receives Hill-Burton Grant
80.  December 2, 1966: EDA Grant to Determine Feasibility of Established Scientific Complex
81.  December 13, 1966: Manpower Development and Training Act Project, Johnson City Vocational School
82.  December 19, 1966: Manpower Development and Training Act, Sevier County Woodturning Project
83.  December 22, 1966: Claiborne County Nursing Home Receives Hill-Burton Grant
84.  December 28, 1966: Sperry Farragut Company Receives Naval Contract
85.  1966: Blue Ridge Shoe Company, Manpower Contract
86.  1966: Commemorative Stamp – 75th Anniversary of General Federation of Women’s Clubs
87.  1966: Criticism of Harold Howe, II, Commissioner of Education
88.  1966: Desecration of Flag
89.  1966: ETSU Grant for New Education Classroom Building
90.  1966: Expense Deduction for Teacher’s Tuition
91.  1966: Fourth of July Observances
92.  1966: Junior Foreign Services Officers
93.  1966: Seeking 3rd Term
94.  1966: Service Academy Appointments
95.  1966: Social Security Office Open at Shopping Center
96.  January 3, 1967: VFW Protests Free Holiday Transportation for Job Corps
97.  January 6, 1967: VFW to Honor Rep. Loilbur Mills
98.  January 9, 1967: War Memorial on Guam
99.   January 11, 1967: Mr. and Mrs. H.J. Williams/Sullivan County Republican Award
100. January 11, 1967: President’s State of the Union Speech
101. January 11, 1967: Vote to not Seat Congressman – Elect Adam C. Powell
102. January 13, 1967: DOI Grant to Cherokee – Hartshaw Sanitary Sewage District, Greeneville
103. January 13, 1967: Holston Army Ammunition Plant Expansion
104. January 13, 1967: Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Loan to Church Hill
105. January 15, 1967: Committee to Investigate Conduct of House Members, Offices, and Employees
106. January 15, 1967: Introduction of Committee on Standards and Conduct
107. January 16, 1967: Davy Crockett Commemorative Stamp
108. January 17, 1967:Dept. of Labor andDept. of Health, Education, and Welfare Approval for Manpower Project in Greene County
109. January 17, 1967: Fraley, Charles
110. January 20, 1967: Navy Contract to Sperry Farragut Division
111. January 20, 1967: Raytheon Contract
112. January 20, 1967: VFW, Vietnam

Box 390

1.    January 23, 1967: FHA Loan and Grant to Pigeon Forge
2.    January 24, 1967: HUD Grant to Kingsport
3.    January 24, 1967: New Boiler Plant at the Veterans Administration
4.    January 25, 1967: HUD Grant to Kingsport
5.    January 26, 1967: Greene County Urges Quillen to Seek Re-Election
6.    January 26, 1967: VFW – Washington Phase Out
7.    January 31, 1967: EDA Loan to Greeneville
8.    January 31, 1967: VFW Hails President’s Message on Veterans
9.    February 2, 1967: Nominations for Appointment to Service Academies
10.  February 9, 1967: Veterans Assistance Re-adjustment
11.   February 10, 1967: VFW Commander Protests Budget Bureau “Distortion” of Vets Program Costs
12.  February 2, 1967: Subversives in the Classroom
13.  February 16, 1967: Navy Contract to Sperry-Rand Corporation, Bristol for SHRIKE Missiles
14.  February 16, 1967: Supreme Court Ruling of Keyishian vs. University of New York, Congress and Senate Response
15.  February 27, 1967: HEW Grant to ETSU
16.  March 2, 1967: Jimmy Quillen Day
17.  March 2, 1967: Tribute to Quillen
18.  March 8, 1967: Tax Sharing Bill
19.  March 9, 1967: HUD – Low Rent Housing, Church Hill
20.  March 15, 1967: Creating a New Committee on Standards and Conduct
21.  March 20, 1967: Tariff Commission – Dairy Imports
22.  March 22, 1967: VFW – Increased Educational Training Allowance for GI’s and Dependents
23.  March 23, 1967: Questionnaire
24.  March 29, 1967: VFW – Vietnam Peace Efforts
25.  March 30, 1967: Kingsport’s Golden Anniversary
26.  March 31, 1967: Army Contract to Holston Defense Corporation
27.  March 31, 1967: Army Contract to Raytheon
28.  April 3, 1967: Federal Land Bank and Farm Credit System (50th Anniversary)
29.  April 4, 1967: Navy Contract to Sperry-Farragut Company
30.  April 4, 1967: VFW – Flag Legislation
31.  April 7, 1967: Bristol Mayors with Mr. Quillen and Mr. Wampler
32.  April 11, 1967: Comments on Federal Land Bank and Farm Credit System
33.  April 13, 1967: Bristol TN/VA Elected Officials
34.  April 13, 1967: Open Door – Sevier County
35.  April 13, 1967: VFW – Chief Commends Humphrey on Tour
36.  April 14, 1967: Joint Release on Eastman By-Pass Road
37.  April 15, 1967: Navy Contract to Metals Engineering Company, Greeneville
38.  April 15, 1967: VFW – Lashes at Irresponsible Statements on Vietnam
39.  April 19, 1967: Flag Desecration
40.  April 19, 1967: Federal and D. C. Interrogation Acts of 1967
41.  April 20, 1967: National Home Ownership Foundation Act
42.  April 20, 1967: Open Door – Unicoi County
43.  April 27, 1967: EDA Grant to Newport
44.  April 27, 1967: Open Door – Hamblen County
45.  April 27, 1967: VFW – Gen. Westmoreland Speech
46.  April 30, 1967: Flag Desecration
47.  May 4, 1967: Open Door – Johnson County
48.  May 5, 1967: Sevier County Library
49.  May 7, 1967: Flag Desecration
50.  May 8, 1967: Flag Bill
51.  May 8, 1967: VFW – Flag Desecration Legislation
52.  May 8, 1967: Remarks on Soil Conservation Service
53.  May 9, 1967: Remarks on Freedom of Press
54.  May 10, 1967: Raytheon Contract
55.  May 11, 1967: Federal Water Pollution Control Administration Grant to Rutledge
56.  May 11, 1967: Open Door, Cocke County
57.  May 11, 1967: VFW – Leader Hits Suggested Draft Changes
58.  May 14, 1967: John B. Dennis Bypass Extension
59.  May 18, 1967: Open Door,  Hawkins County
60.  May 20, 1967: Bill to Protect American Flag
61.  May 22, 1967: EDA Grant for Road at Thorn Hill
62.  May 22, 1967: King College Tribute
63.  May 22, 1967: Open Door,  Jefferson County
64.  May 28, 1967: Chinquapin Elementary School Visit
65.  June 1, 1967: Open Door, Carter County
66.  June 1, 1967: Shady Valley Watershed Project
67.  June 4, 1967: Call for Action on Flag Bill
68.  June 4, 1967: Crisis in Egypt  and Israel
69.  June 4, 1967: Open Door, Elizabethton
70.  June 10, 1967: Remarks by Quillen at Shady Valley Watershed Dedication Ceremonies
71.  June 12, 1967: Open Door, Greene County
72.  June 14, 1967: EDA Grant
73.  June 14, 1967: Navy Contract to Metals Engineering Corp.
74.  June 15, 1967: Open Door, Greene County
75.  June 18, 1967: Anti-Riot Bill
76.  June 18, 1967: Desecration of Flag/Railroad Strike
77.  June 18, 1967: Open Door, Greene County
78.  June 19, 1967: Final Passage – Flag Bill
79.  June 19, 1967: ETSU Grant from U. S. Office of Education
80.  June 20, 1967: Letter in Reply to 10,000 Textile Letters
81.  June 22, 1967: Open Door, Grainger County
82.  June 23, 1967: Edison Post Office
83.  June 25, 1967: Federal Aid Primary and Secondary Road Construction
84.  June 25, 1967: Open Door, Rutledge
85.  June 29, 1967: Manpower Development and Training Act, Greene County
86.  July 3, 1967: REA Loan to Holston Electric Cooperative, Rogersville
87.  July 5, 1967: Open Door, Morristown
88.  July 6, 1967: Open Door, Washington County
89.  July 6, 1967: Results of Questionnaires
90.  July 9, 1967: Open Door, Washington County Doubleheader
91.  July 13, 1967: Jury Trials in TVA Land Condemnation Proceedings
92.  July 13, 1967: Open Door, Hancock County
93.  July 15, 1967: Open Door, Greene County
94.  July 16, 1967: Open Door, Hancock County
95.  July 16, 1967: Open Door, Sullivan County
96.  July 19, 1967: Anti Riot Bill
97.  July 20, 1967: Open Door, Sullivan County
98.  July 24, 1967: VFW Supports Subversive Activities Control Board
99.  July 30, 1967: Veterans Administration (VA) Mountain Home/Hospital Facilities
100. August 2, 1967: Textile Building
101. August 8, 1967: Rat Control Bill
102. August 9, 1967: ARC Grant to Laughlin Hospital
103. August 11, 1967: The National Defense Education Act of 1958
104. August 15, 1967: Appalachian Volunteers, Inc. Program Staff Members/Communistic Materials
105. August 2, 1967: Funding for New Access
106. August 20, 1967: New Hospital at Mountain Home, Tenn.
107. August 21, 1967: Panama Canal

Box 391

1.    August 27, 1967: Foreign Aid Bill
2.    September 6, 1967: ARC Grant to ETSU
3.    September 12, 1967: ARC – Highway System
4.    September 13, 1967: HUD – Highland Hills Urban Renewal Project/Greeneville
5.    September 17, 1967: Tazewell County Republican Meeting
6.    September 1967: Manpower Development and Training Act Project
7.    October 10, 1967: Condemnation of Coal Property by TVA
8.    October 13, 1967: Appalachian Road Program
9.    October 16, 1967: Commendation for Services as Congressman
10.  November 8, 1967: EDA Assistance
11.  November 12, 1967: Economic Opportunity Act
12.  November 20, 1967: Crime
13.  December 10, 1967: Report from Washington
14.  December 15, 1967: Employment of Communists in Defense Facilities
15.  December 17, 1967: Employment of Subversives in Defense Facilities
16.  December 17, 1967: Joint Resolution Against Employing Subversives in the Defense Industry
17.  December 19, 1967: HUD- Greeneville Low-Rent Housing
18.  1967: Agricultural Exports
19.  1967: American Legion Story
20.  1967: Anti Poverty Bill
21.  1967: Anti Riot Act
22.  1967: Appalachian Regional Program/I-81
23.  1967: Appalachian Regional Development Act Extension
24.  1967: Appalachian Volunteers, Inc., Investigation of
25.  1967: Appropriations Bill
26.  1967: Bill to Extend Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965
27.  1967: 1968 Budget (House)
28.  1967: Committee of Standards
29.  1967: Congressional Wives Club
30.  1967: David Crockett Commemorative Stamp
31.  1967: Domestic Flat Glass Industry and Foreign Imports
32.  1967: Extension of the Eastman By-Pass Road in Kingsport
33.  1967: Federal Interrogation Act of 1967
34.  1967: Federal Land Bank and Farm Credit System
35.  1967: Fishery Service Project
36.  1967: Fishery Service Project of the Department of the Interior at Gatlinburg
37.  1967: Flag Bill
38.  1967: 4-H Club
39.  1967: Imports – Textile Industry
40.  1967: Johnson’s Proposed Tax Increase
41.  1967: Kenneth Arnold’s Dream
42.  1967: Letters for Limits on Textile Imports of Synthetic Fibers
43.  1967: Manpower Development and Training Act (Hancock County)
44.  1967: Mountain Home – New Hospital Facilities
45.  1967: Mountain Home – Veterans Organization Support
46.  1967: National Home Ownership Foundation Act
47.  1967: Naval Air System Command
48.  1967: New Flag for the Grainger County Courthouse
49.  1967: 90th Congress
50.  1967: Office of Economic Opportunity Grant
51.  1967: Open Door, Carter County
52.  1967:Open Door, Hancock County
53.  1967: Open Door
54.  1967: Panama Canal
55.  1967: Questionnaire
56.  1967: Reports from Washington
57.  1967: Soil Conservation Service
58.  1967: Stop Imports
59.  1967: Veterans of Foreign Wars Give Support of Quillen and Mountain Home Construction
60.  January 3 and 4, 1968: Appalachian Regional Commission
61.  January 7, 1968:    Appalachian Traffic Club
62.  January 8, 1968:    Naval Contract Award
63.  January 27, 1968: Hancock County Republican Organization Promotes Quillen
64.  February 28, 1968: Academy Nominations
65.  February, 1968: Manpower and Development and Training Act Project
66.  March 4, 1968: American Legion Plaque
67.  March 4, 1968: Voice of Democracy Contest
68.  March 14, 1968:    Code of Ethics
69.  March 14, 1968:    Ethics Committee Report
70.  March 15, 1968:    Betsy Bowers
71.  March 22, 1968:    Civil Rights Bill
72.  April 1, 1968: George W. Hardin
73.  April 1, 1968: President Johnson
74.  April 2, 1968: Kennedy and King
75.  April 8, 1968: Greeneville Endorsement for Quillen
76.  April 17, 1968: Farmers Benefit Appropriation
77.  April 18, 1968: EDA Grant
78.  April 19, 1968: Economic Development Administration/Industrial Park in Johnson City
79.  April 24, 1968: ARC Grant – Church Hill Sewage
80.  April 28, 1968: HUD Grant – Bristol
81.  April 30, 1968: EDA Grant to Mountain City
82.  April 30, 1968: HUD Grant – Jonesborough
83.  May 1, 1968: HUD – Sullivan County
84.  May 2, 1968: Department of Interior Grant for State Park at Roan Mountain
85.  May 2, 1968: HUD – Jefferson City
86.  May 2, 1968: Office of Education – ETSU and Morristown College Grants
87.  May 3, 1968: Department of Housing and Urban Development
88.  May 6, 1968: HUD – Sneedville
89.  May 7, 1968: ARC – Greeneville
90.  May 7, 1968: HUD – Morristown
91.  May 9, 1968: Contract – Raytheon
92.  May 12, 1968: TVA Act of 1933
93.  May 14, 1968: Jury Trials
94.  May 14, 1968: Statement by Quillen, Flood Control
95.  May 15, 1968: HUD – Rogersville
96.  May 15, 1968: MDTA Johnson City Vocational
97.  May 16, 1968: HUD Mountain City
98.  May 16, 1968: TVA Condemnation of Real Property
99.  May 17, 1968: EDA – Sneedville
100. May 17, 1968:    HUD – Erwin

Box 392

1.    May 21, 1968: HUD – Surgoinsville
2.    May 22, 1968: ARC – Tri-Cities, Elizabethton, Mountain City
3.    May 22, 1968: Announcement of 4th Term in House of Representatives
4.    May 24, 1968: HUD – Bulls Gap
5.    May 24, 1968: HUD – Mount Carmel
6.    May 28, 1968: HUD – Elizabethton, Sevierville, Church Hill
7.    May 31, 1968: Holston Defense
8.    June 3, 1968: Increase in Income Taxes
9.    June 5, 1968: George W. Hardin, Aircraft
10.  June 6, 1968: Anti Crime Bill
11.  June 6, 1968: Reduction in Expenditures
12.  June 7, 1968: Raytheon (U. S. Army Grant)
13.  June 13, 1968: Federal Employees Engaging in Civil Disorders
14.  June 13, 1968: Poor Peoples Campaign
15.  June 13, 1968: Washington Riots
16.  June 21, 1968: Raytheon
17.  June 25, 1968: Flag Bill
18.  June 26, 1968: Gun Legislation
19.  June 26, 1968: Wilcox Nursing Home Grant
20.  June 27, 1968: ETSU Grant for Science Building
21.  June 27, 1968: MDTA Morristown
22.  June 28, 1968: Holston Defense Corporation
23.  July 1, 1968: George W. Hardin
24.  July 3, 1968: Blue Springs Utility District
25.  July 11, 1968: ETSU Grant
26.  July 19, 1968: Washington County Farm Bureau
27.  July 29, 1968: Violent Crimes
28.  July 29, 1968: Mr. Quillen as Member of Platform Committee
29.  July 31, 1968: Manpower Development Funds – Greeneville
30.  August 3, 1968: Republican Congressional Proposals
31.  August 13, 1968: Raytheon
32.  August 17, 1968: HUD – Jefferson City
33.  August 21, 1968: Veterans of Foreign Wars Silver Medal and Citation Award
34.  August 24, 1968: Urban Renewal – Bristol
35.  August 26, 1968: Metals Engineering Company – Greeneville
36.  August 26, 1968: National Guard – Johnson City
37.  August 29, 1968: Bays Mountain Park
38.  September 9, 1968: Raytheon
39.  September 10, 1968: Manpower and Training – Greeneville
40.  September 16-17, 1968: TVA
41.  September 18, 1968: Foothills Parkway
42.  September 22, 1968: Nixon-Agnew-Quillen Headquarters
43.  September 22, 1968: Nixon Campaign Issues
44.  September 22, 1968: Vietnam
45.  September 26, 1968: Low Rent Housing – Greeneville
46.  September 28, 1968: HUD – Greeneville
47.  October 7, 1968: Great Smoky Mountains
48.  October 7, 1968: Watchdog of the Treasury
49.  October 18, 1968: Airport Mountain City
50.  October 22, 1968: Rallies in the First District
51.  October 24, 1968: Cherokee-Hartshaw Sanitary Sewer District
52.  October 24, 1968: FHA Loan – Mountain City
53.  October 26, 1968: Year End Report
54.  October 30, 1968: Holston Defense Corporation
55.  October 31, 1968: HUD Grant for Low Rent Housing in Rogersville
56.  October, 1968: Reports from Washington
57.  November 5, 1968:  Fourth Term
58.  November 8, 1968:  EDA Grant
59.  November 13, 1968:  Post Office – Rogersville
60.  November 19, 1968:  Blount County/National Park Service Grant
61.  November 21, 1968:  Sevier Development Company Grant
62.  November 22, 1968:  Appalachian Commission Grant to Wilcox Hall Nursing Home
63.  December 2, 1968:  Sewage Treatment Plant Grant – Johnson City
64.  December 13, 1968:  Low Rent Housing – Elizabethton
65.  December 30, 1968:  Post Office – Rogersville
66.  December 30, 1968:  Raytheon Contract
67.  December 31, 1968:  Bristol Grant for New Passenger Buses
68.  December 31, 1968:  HEW Grant to Greene Valley Hospital
69.  December 31, 1968:  Holston Defense
70.  1968: Sullivan County Backs Quillen
71.  January 1, 1969: Re-Introduction of Joint Resolution
72.  January 10, 1969:     Constitutional Amendment (Communists in Defense Facilities)
73.  January 13, 1969:     Academy Nominations
74.  January 17, 1969:     Inaugural Bill
75.  January 18, 1969:     Mel Laird and Mr. Quillen
76.  January 25, 1969:     Bill (HR 3829) to Limit Census Questions
77.  January 30, 1969:     Mr. Quillens Remarks on Secretary Hardin’s Decision
78.  February  22, 1969:  Legislative Questionnaire
79.  March 3, 1969: VA Center – New Boiler Plant
80.  March 5, 1969:  College Rioting
81.  March 8, 1969:  Quillen Top Vote Getter
82.  March 11, 1969:  Bill to Increase Income Exemption From $600 to $1200 (HR 8311)
83.  March 15, 1969:  Bill to Repeal Pay Increases to Members of Congress
84.  March 20, 1969:  Campus Rioting
85.  March 25, 1969:  Appalachian Program
86.  April 21, 1969:  Soil Conservation Service
87.  April 21, 1969:  Thorpe, Nathan
88.  May 9, 1969:  Questionnaire Results
89.  May 16, 1969:  Announcement of Sevier County Open Door
90.  May 16, 1969:  John L. Bowers, Jr. – Nominated by Nixon as U. S. Attorney for Eastern District
91.  May 21, 1969: Cunningham, Morris
92.  May 24, 1969:  Sevier County, Open Door
93.  May, 1969:  Reports from Washington
94.  June 6, 1969:  Johnson County Open Door
95.  June 10, 1969:  Initial Withdrawal from Troops in Vietnam
96.  June 11, 1969:  Limitation on the Use of Public Property
97.  June 11 1969:  Reaction to Troop Withdrawal from Vietnam
98.  June 13, 1969:  Garbage Truck for Guaranda, Ecuador
99.  June 14, 1969:  Open Door, Johnson County
100. June 15, 1969:   Flag Day
101. June 18, 1969:   Cigarette Smoking Act 1969, Speech on Floor and Release
102. June 23, 1969: Billy Graham Breakfast
103. June 24, 1969: Census Reform
104. June 29, 1969: Letter to Seller, Internal Security Act
105. July 6, 1969: Defense Facilities and Security Act w/ Ichard
106. July 9, 1969: Smut in Mail (3 Bills)
107. July 13-16, 1969: Apollo 11

Box 393

1.    July 16, 1969:  Appalachian Regional Program Release on Speech on Floor
2.    July 16, 1969:  New Post Office in Johnson City
3.    July 30, 1969:  Open Door, Unicoi County
4.    July 23-26:  Open Door Greene County
5.    August 2, 1969:  Open Door, Unicoi County
6.    August 6-9, 1969:  Open Door, Jefferson County
7.    August 9, 1969:  Letters to Committee Chairman, Urging Hearings on Smut Bills (through mail)
8.    August 10, 1969: Open Door, Jefferson County
9.    August 17, 1969: Hearings Set – Defense Facilities Release
10.  September 3, 1969:  Income Questionnaires to Veterans Over 72 Years of Age
11.  September 3, 1969:  Open Door, Hawkins County
12.  September 4, 1969:  Dave Walkey Appointment (Interior Department)
13.  September 4, 1969:  New Post Office Facility for Bristol, Tennessee
14.  September 6, 1969:  Open Door, Hawkins County
15.  September 9, 1969:  Defense Facilities and Industrial Security Act
16.  September 10, 1969:  Open Door, Carter County
17.  September 14, 1969:  Direct Nationwide Popular Vote Plan
18.  September 14, 1969:  Open Door, Elizabethton Popular Vote for Presidential Election
19.  September 17, 1969:  Open Door, Cocke County
20.  September 17, 1969:  Special Order in House of Representatives for Prisoners of War
21.  September 25, 1969:  Smut in the Mails Committee Hearing
22.  September 28, 1969:  Prior to Speech to Burley and Dark Leaf Association, Bristol
23.  September 29, 1969:  Speech to Burley and Dark Leaf Tobacco Association on Tobacco
24.  October 1, 1969:         Open Door, Washington County
25.  October 6, 1969:         VA Bill Questionnaire Passes House
26.  October 8, 1969:         William B. Taylor, III/U. S. Commissioner
27.  October 15, 1969:  Open Door, Hancock County
28.  October 16, 1969:  Remarks on Vietnam Moratorium
29.  October 19, 1969:  Open Door, Sneedville
30.  October 22, 1969:  Open Door, Sullivan County
31.  October 26, 1969:  Open Door, Sullivan County
32.  November 2, 1969:  Government Marker for Medal of Honor Winners
33.  November 4, 1969:  Vietnam
34.  November 6, 1969:  Cigarette Smoking, Commission On
35.  November 20, 1969:  VA Mountain Home
36.  November 25, 1969:  Dr. Joe C. Chambers (Communicable Disease Council)
37.  November 26, 1969:  George Harrison Garrett
38.  December 1, 1969:  HR 6256 Passes House (Headstone Marker for Medal of Honor Winners)
39.  December 1, 1969:  Public Health Service’s National Advisory Communicable Disease Council
40.  December 4, 1969:  Friendship Truck
41.  December 7, 1969:  Vietnam Support – Bristol
42.  December 8, 1969:  News Release on Gateway Church Vietnam Petition
43.  December 9, 1969:  Tax Structure
44.  December 10, 1969:  Vietnam Petition
45.  December 16, 1969:  Leonard R. Hall
46.  December 16, 1969:  Vietnam Forces
47.  December 18, 1969:  Federal Tax Structure
48.  December 19, 1969:  Defense Facilities and Industrial Security Act
49.  December 21, 1969:  Bill to Prevent Communist from Working in Defense Facilities
50.  December 30, 1969:  Robert N. McInturff/Census Bureau
51.  1969:  Academy Appointments
52.  1969:  Open Door, Sevier County
53.  1969:  Questionnaires
54.  January 2, 1970: Contract Award from National Park Service
55.  January 4, 1970: Investigation of Sheet Glass Imports
56.  January 4, 1970: Release on Tariff Bill (Letter to President)
57.  January 7, 1970: Opening of 1970 Decennial Census Population and Housing
58.  January 8, 1970: Redistricting Plan
59.  January 9, 1970: Newport Site for Two Projects
60.  January 12, 1970:  Statement from Quillen on Carl McInturff’s Death
61.  January 13, 1970:     REA Approved Loan
62.  January 16, 1970:     First Session of 91st Congress
63.  January 16, 1970:     Speech to Kingsport Education Association
64.  January 19, 1970:     Carter County Republican Executive Committee Resolution for Quillen’s Re-Election
65.  January 21, 1970: Defense Facilities
66.  January 23, 1970:   President Nixon’s State of the Union Message
67.  January 25, 1970:     Bill Concerning Communists Working in Defense Facilities
68.  January 25, 1970:     Release on Defense Plant Bill
69.  January 27, 1970:     Burley Quotas –Dept. of Agriculture
70.  January 27, 1970:     HUD Grant for Johnson County Hospital
71.  January 27, 1970:     Release on Burley Letter to Hardin
72.  January 28, 1970:     Academy Appointments
73.  January 29, 1970:     Bill Concerning Communists Working in Defense Facilities
74.  February 1, 1970:       Tobacco Industry in Tennessee
75.  February 4, 1970:       Release on Clergy Resolution
76.  February 5, 1970:  Cutlines for Picture of Bobby McDavid and Quillen
77.  February 10, 1970:  Release on Report from Washington
78.  February 11, 1970:  Release on Veterans and Railroaders
79.  February 13, 1970:  Post Office Mail Delivery Service Expanded in First District
80.  February 16, 1970:  Friendship Truck
81.  February 17, 1970:  Announcement of Grant to Johnson City
82.  February 19, 1970:  HUD Grant for Johnson City Urban Renewal
83.  February 20, 1970:  Hawkins County Republican Executive Committee
84.  February 20, 1970:  Release on Anti Busing Bill
85.  February 25, 1970:  Quillen’s Anti Pollution Bills
86.  February, 1970:  Quillen Reports from Washington
87.  March 6, 1970:  Quillen’s Remarks at Tennessee Association of Conservation Districts
88.  March 16, 1970: Letter to House Appropriations Committee for More Funds for Mountain Home/VA Hospital
89.  March 16, 1970: Selection of Two National Science Foundation Recipients
90.  March 17, 1970: Eubanks Being Named Manager of Fish Hatchery
91.  March 20, 1970: Additional Funds for Mountain Home
92.  March 20, 1970: Testimony Before Agriculture Sub Committee
93.  March 23, 1970: Postal Strike
94.  March 30, 1970: Garbage Truck to Ecuador
95.  April 2, 1970:  Erwin Water and Sewer Service
96.  April 8, 1970:  Criminal Misuse of Explosives
97.  April 11, 1970:  Railroad Retirement Act
98.  April 11, 1970:  Greeneville Reception
99.  April 11, 1970:  Passage of Railroad Retirement Bill
100. April 12, 1970:  Communists in Defense Plants
101. April 12, 1970:  Letter to Senator Eastland
102. April 17, 1970:  Douglas Attack
103. April 22, 1970:  Letters to Hardin and Sen. Ellender on Special Milk Program
104. April 22, 1970:  Questionnaire Going in Mail
105. April 26, 1970:  Special Milk Program Extension

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1.     April 29, 1970:  GOP Endorsement of Quillen
2.     April 29, 1970:  Republican Executives Committees, 1st Congressional District Endorse Quillen for Re-Election
3.     May 3, 1970:  Douglas for Rules Committee Probe
4.     May 5, 1970:  Inaugural Concert at Sullivan Central High School for Quillen
5.     May 9, 1970:  Andrew Johnson Homeplace
6.     May 10, 1970:  Campus Riots
7.     May 13, 1970:  Congressional Reorganization Bill
8.     May 13, 1970:  Anest Property
9.     May 18, 1970:  Garbage Truck in Guaranda
10.   May 20, 1970:  Import Bill
11.   May 20, 1970:  Special Milk Program for School Children
12.   May 24, 1970:  Milk Program (Second Release)
13.   May 27, 1970:  Quillen Announces Candidacy for Re-Election
14.   May 27, 1970:  Quillen Re-Election
15.   May 28, 1970:  Sale of Land to Unicoi County
16.   May 31, 1970:  Statement Concerning Inflation
17.   June 3, 1970:  Letter of Commendation on Power Association
18.   June 7, 1970:  Chicago 7
19.   June 10, 1970:  Lowering Voting Age to 18
20.   June 14, 1970:  Pollution Bill Before Rules Committee
21.   June 17, 1970:  Dairy Quota Bill
22.   June 18, 1970:  Approval of Milk Fund Program
23.   June 18, 1970:  Bill Requiring Flag be Presented to Parents of Deceased Veterans
24.   June 18, 1970:  Special Milk Program Authorized
25.   June 21, 1970:  Humane Treatment of U. S. Prisoners of War
26.   June 22, 1970:  VA Approves $ for VA Hospital at Mountian Home
27.   June 24, 1970:  Deadline for Returning Questionnaire
28.   June 28, 1970:  Statement on Crime Rate Increase
29.   July 1, 1970:  Communist Bill
30.   July 5, 1970:  Attempts to Get Gun Control Act Out of Committee
31.   July 8, 1970:  Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Award Being Presented to Quillen
32.   July 12, 1970:  Bill to Provide Survivors Benefits for Fire and Police Personnel
33.   July 15, 1970:  1970 Questionnaire
34.   July 17, 1970:  Erwin Featured in New York Times
35.   July 19, 1970:  Re-Election
36.   July 19, 1970:  Bills Sponsored by Quillen
37.   July 21, 1970:  Desecration of Flag
38.   July 21, 1970:  Statement Opposing TVA Rate Income
39.   July 21, 1970:  Mention of Quillen History Book
40.   July 22, 1970:  General Campaign Story
41.   July 24, 1970:  Campaign (Quillen)
42.   July 26, 1970:  Interstate Investigation
43.   July 28, 1970:  Special Report from Washington
44.   July 31, 1970:  Request of House Internal Security Committee to Identify Speakers on Campus
45.   July, 1970:  Quillen Reports from Washington
46.   August 2, 1970: Quillen’s Agreement with President on Curb of Spending
47.   August 3, 1970: Quillen Campaign
48.   August 5, 1970: Quillen Urges Large Voter Turnout
49.   August 6, 1970: Quillen’s Victory Statement
50.   August 16, 1970:  Remarks Before Judiciary Committee on HR 16801 (Explosives)
51.   August 24, 1970:  Graveyard Bill Passing Senate
52.   September 8, 1970:  Release of Funds for Milk Program
53.   September 13, 1970:  Herbert Lipner Shulman Appointed to National Advisory Committee on Teacher Corps.
54.   September 15, 1970:  Middle Eastern Turmoil
55.   September 16, 1970:  Feature on Quillen in DAV Magazine
56.   September 17, 1970:  National Defense Student Loan Program
57.   September 20, 1970:  Federal Highway Investigation
58.   September 20, 1970:  Passage of Reorganization Bill
59.   September 20, 1970:  Speech to American Legion in Kingsport
60.   September 20, 1970:  Bill Concerning Reforming Rules of Congress
61.   September 22, 1970:  Quillen Speaks to American Legion (Kingsport)
62.   September 23, 1970:  ASG Industries (Kingsport) Applies for Adjustment Assistance
63.   September 23, 1970:  Radio Tape Manuscripts
64.   September 23, 1970:  Drug Abuse Bill
65.   September 26, 1970:  Ribbon Cutting at Republican Campaign Headquarters, Kingsport
66.   September 27, 1970:  Nixon’s Letter to Colleges and Universities
67.   September 30, 1970:  Appointment of Shulman
68.   October 4, 1970:     State’s Delay of Highway Project
69.   October 6, 1970:     Barr Appointment to White House Conference
70.   October 7, 1970:     Prisoner of War Resolution
71.   October 7, 1970:     Watchdog of the Treasury
72.   October 11, 1970:  Benefits for Families of Policemen and Firemen killed in the Line of Duty
73.   October 13, 1970:  Crime Control Act of 1970
74.   October 16, 1970:  Rural Area Water System Grant (Greene County)
75.   October 18, 1970:  Letter from President on Re-Election
76.   October 20, 1970:  Quillen Reprimanded
77.   October 23, 1970:  Post Office Building Construction
78.   October 25, 1970:  Bill Repeating Gun Control Act
79.   October 26, 1970:  Quillen’s Voter Record
80.   October 27, 1970:  American General in Vietnam
81.   October 27, 1970:  Congressional Medal of Honor Winner, Calvin John Ward
82.   October 27, 1970:  Dedication of Graveyard Marker
83.   October 28, 1970:  Investigation of Fake War Medal
84.   November 1, 1970:  Voter Apathy in First District, Tennessee
85.   November 4, 1970:  Victory Statement
86.   November 10, 1970:  Interstate 81 Project
87.   November 16, 1970:  Appointment to Legion Committee
88.   November 20, 1970:  Pen Nixon Gave Quillen
89.   December 2, 1970:  Quillen Statement on TVA Decision to Keep Rates Status Quo
90.   December 2, 1970:  Story on Quillen Being Senior Member of Delegation
91.   December 2, 1970:  92nd Congress
92.   December 9, 1970:  Announcement of Grant for Headstart Grant in Kingsport
93.   1970:  Air and Water Pollution
94.   1970:  International Clergy Week in the US
95.   1970:  Jim Barr Selected as Delegate to White House Conference of Children
96.   1970:  Nixon’s Peace Initiative in Southeast Asia
97.   1970:  Questionnaire
98.   1970:  Reports from Washington
99.   1970:  Upper East Tennessee Economic Opportunity Authority Grant (Kingsport)
100. 1970:  VA Mountain Home Receives Appropriation
101. January 11, 1971:  Carson-Newman College
102. January 15, 1971:  Grant to Sevierville for Sewer Grant
103. January 17, 1971:  Old Knoxville Highway Utility District, Greene County, FHA Loan
104. January 19, 1971:  Grant to Holston Electric Cooperative
105. January 19, 1971:  Sevierville Waste Water Treatment Plant Grant
106. January 20, 1971:  Grant for Cocke County Nursing Home
107. January 20, 1971:  Quillen with GOP House Leaders
108. January 21, 1971:  Senator Russell’s Death
109. January 22, 1971:  Steele Creek Park, Bristol, Tenn.

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1.    February 3, 1971:      Academy Nominations
2.    February 3, 1971:      Steele Creek Park, Bristol, Tenn.
3.    February 4, 1971:      Milligan College Choir
4.    February 10, 1971:  Questionnaires
5.    February 15, 1971:  Dick McMahan’s Visit to Quillen’s Office
6.    February 16, 1971:  Cocke County Hospital
7.    February 17, 1971:  Hancock County Park Funds
8.    February 17, 1971:  Milligan Young Republicans
9.    February 22, 1971:  Elizabethton Housing Authority
10.  February 23, 1971:  Big Creek Utilities, Inc., Hawkins County, Loan and Grant
11.  February 23, 1971:  Hawkins County Sanitary Water System
12.  February 24, 1971:  Appalachian Christian Village
13.  March 1, 1971:  Bombing of the Capitol
14.  March 1, 1971:  Manpower Development and Training Act Projects
15.  March 2, 1971:  Proposed Closing of US 441
16.  March 7-9, 1971:      Big Springs, Hancock County
17.  March 11, 1971:  Picture Cutlines, Mrs. Quillen, Mrs. Duncan, and Mrs. Baker
18.  March 14, 1971:  Big Springs Bridge ARC Funds
19.  March 17, 1971:  SBA Loan to Jonesboro Development Company
20.  March 19, 1971:  Appalachian Regional Commission Extension
21.  March 20, 1971:  Testimony on Behalf of ARC – Big Springs
22.  March 23, 1971:  Big Springs Bridge
23.  March 23, 1971:  Gregg Kindle and Quillen
24.  March 23, 1971:  $100 Contribution for Big Springs Project
25.  March 23, 1971:  Washington Workshop at Mount Vernon Junior College
26.  March 24, 1971:  HUD Approval of Loan and Grant for Johnson City
27.  March 24, 1971:  POW’s
28.  March 24, 1971:  Grant to Roan Mountain Park
29.  March 26, 1971:  Railpax – Train Routes
30.  March 29, 1971:  Hazardous Duty Retirement for Firemen and Policemen
31.  March 31, 1971:  College Trial
32.  April 1, 1971:  Calley Sentence
33.  April 2, 1971:  Powell Valley Electric Coop
34.  April 4, 1971:  Big Springs, Hancock County
35.  April 6, 1971:  Ketron Choir Visiting Washington
36.  April 6, 1971:  Refusal of Letters Pleading Humane Treatment of POW
37.  April 12, 1971:  Dulcimer Photo
38.  April 16, 1971:  Carson-Newman College
39.  April 22, 1971:  Appalachian Regional Commission Extension
40.  April 23, 1971:  Bid Opening for Johnson City Post Office
41.  April 27, 1971:  Closing US Highway 441 (Great Smoky Mountain National Park)
42.  April 27, 1971:  Ketron High Khorale
43.  April 28, 1971:  4-H Group Visits Quillen
44.  April 28, 1971:  Proposed Closing of US 441
45.  April 28, 1971:  Railroad Retirement
46.  April 30, 1971:  Soil Conservation Service
47.  May 5, 1971:  Quillens Honored by Sullivan Central High School
48.  May 6, 1971:  ARC Grant to Vocational School in the Greene County Industrial Park
49.  May 7, 1971:  Recent Demonstrations
50.  May 10, 1971:  Meade (Contract Award)
51.  May 12, 1971:  ARC Grant for Vocational School in Elizabethton
52.  May 12, 1971:  Report from Washington
53.  May 12, 1971:  Quillen’s Questionnaire
54.  May 13, 1971:  Interstate Commerce Act Proposed Amendment
55.  May 13, 1971: 13-Period Accounting Year
56.  May 16, 1971:  ETSU Medical School
57.  May 17, 1971:  Navy Awards Contracts to Morris Industries, Inc.
58.  May 18, 1971:  Federal Aviation Administration Awards Grant to Elizabethton Municipal Airport
59.  May 23, 1971:  ETSU Medical School
60.  May 26, 1971:  Statement Before Subcommittee on Hospitals
61.  May 27, 1971:  Committee on Veterans Affairs
62.  May 28, 1971:  FHA Awards Grant to the Old Knoxville Highway Utility District
63.  June 2, 1971:  FHA Awards to Glen Hills Utility District of Greene County
64.  June 4, 1971:  ARC Grant to Dawn of Hope Development in Johnson City
65.  June 7, 1971:  Loan for Jefferson County Rural Community Sewer System
66.  June 7, 1971:  Navy Contract to Metals Engineering Corporation, Greeneville
67.  June 7, 1971:  Navy Awards Contract to Raytheon
68.  June 8, 1971:  Army Awards Contract to Holston Defense
69.  June 8, 1971:  Army Awards Contract to Raytheon
70.  June 9, 1971:  FHA Loan to Dandridge for Sewer System
71.  June 9-13, 1971:  Steele Creek Park Receives Land from Forest Service
72.  June 15, 1971:  HEW Grant to Bristol Mental Health Center
73.  June 15, 1971:  Office of Child Development of HEW Gives Grants for Headstart Program
74.  June 15, 1971:  Raytheon
75.  June 16, 1971:  Introduction of Lead, Zinc Bill
76.  June 17, 1971:  Motor Carriers/Interstate Commerce Commission
77.  June 18, 1971:  GSA Awards Contract to Magnavox
78.  June 18, 1971:  OEO Grant to Upper East Tennessee Economic Opportunity Authority
79.  June 21, 1971:  EDA Grant to Greeneville for Water and Sewer System
80.  June 22, 1971:  Bill for Widows to Receive Social Security at Age 50
81.  June 22, 1971:  X-Ray Unit for Herman Robinson Vocational Technical School
82.  June 23, 1971:  HUD Grant to Bristol, Tennessee-Virginia Planning Commission
83.  June 23, 1971:  OEO Grant
84.  June 24, 1971:  Holston Defense Corporation
85.  June 27, 1971:  Veterans Administration Appropriation Amendment
86.  June 30, 1971:  Holston Defense Corp. Army Contract
87.  June 1971:  Open Door, Gate City
88.  July 1, 1971:  ARC Grant for Tri-Cities Vocational Technical School
89.  July 1, 1971:  George T. Fox Receives Scholarship to University of Bochum, Germany
90.  July 1, 1971:  Title I  Funds to Elizabethton Schools
91.  July 1, 1971:  Resolution Calling for Five New State Medical Schools
92.  July 1, 1971:  VA Funding
93.  July 2, 1971:  Medical School
94.  July 7, 1971:  Big Springs, Hancock County
95.  July 8, 1971:  Bids for Compressed Air System at Holston Army Ammunition Plant
96.  July 8, 1971:  VA Recruits New Staff Members for Mountain Home
97.  July 13, 1971:  ARC Funds for Vocational Training Equipment, Washington County
98.  July 13, 1971:  Big Springs Bridge Approved
99.  July 14, 1971:  Carter and Unicoi Designated as Title I Areas by EDA
100. July 18, 1971:         ETSU Medical School/Teague Bill
101. July 19, 1971:         Veterans Administration Medical School Assistance Act
102. July 21, 1971:         Bristol Designated as Title I Area by EDA
103. July 21, 1971:         Farm Credit Act of 1971
104. July 21, 1971:         Interstate Commerce Act Amendment
105. July 21, 1971:         Korea Trip
106. July 21-August 3, 1971:  13 – Period Accounting Bill
107. July 24, 1971:      Bemberg Industries
108. July 28, 1971:      Appalachian Regional Development Act
109. July 29, 1971:      First Amendment
110. August 3, 1971:  Amendment to Interstate Commerce Act
111. August 26, 1971:  HUD Flood Insurance
112. September 1, 1971:  Open Door, Sevier County
113. September 3, 1971:  Open Door Releases, 1971
114. September 5, 1971:  Open Door/US 441

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1.    September 6, 1971:  Open Door, Mountain City
2.    September 8, 1971:  Open Door, Johnson County
3.    September 9, 1971:  Preston Farm, Sullivan County
4.    September 9, 1971:  Statement Following Nixon’s Address to Congress
5.    September 10, 1971:  GSA Awards Contract to UNIVAC
6.    September 12, 1971:  Open Door, Johnson County
7.    September 13, 1971:  Open Door, Newport
8.    September 15, 1971:  Open Door, Cocke County
9.    September 19, 1971:  Open Door, Cocke County
10.  September 20, 1971:  Open Door, Elizabethton
11.  September 21, 1971:  Rural Development Incentive Act
12.  September 22, 1971:  Open Door, Carter County
13.  September 26, 1971:  Medical School
14.  September 27, 1971:  Open Door, Greeneville
15.  September 28, 1971:  ARC Health Project Grant
16.  September 29, 1971:  Open Door. Greene County
17.  September 30, 1971:  Headstart Program
18.  October 2, 1971:      Open Door / Greeneville / I-81
19.  October 4, 1971:      Manpower Project
20.  October 4, 1971:      Open Door, Sneedville
21.  October 5, 1971:      Raytheon Awarded Navy Contract
22.  October 6, 1971:      Open Door, Hancock County
23.  October 10, 1971:      Open Door, Hancock County
24.  October 11, 1971:      Open Door, Johnson City
25.  October 12, 1971:      Dandridge Development Corporation Receives Loan
26.  October 12, 1971:      Holston Army Ammunition
27.  October 13, 1971:      Open Door, Washington County
28.  October 15-16, 1971:  Medical School / Teague Bill / Open Door
29.  October 18, 1971:   Open Door, Dandridge
30.  October 19, 1971:   Headstart Grant
31.  October 19, 1971:      Jefferson County, Title I Area
32.  October 20, 1971:      Dandridge Firm to Hire/Train 43 Jobless
33.  October 20-23, 1971:  Open Door, Jefferson County
34.  October 21, 1971:      Federal Farm Credit System
35.  October 25, 1971:      Open Door, Erwin
36.  October 27, 1971:      HUD Approves Grant for Bristol
37.  October 27, 1971:      Morris Industries, Inc./Navy Contract
38.  October 27, 1971:      Open Door, Unicoi County
39.  October 29, 1971:      HUD/Flood Insurance
40.  October 30, 1971:      Expulsion of Nationalist China from United States
41.  October 30, 1971:      Pensions of Veterans and their Widows / Social Security on Railroad Retirement Benefits
42.  October 30, 1971:      VA Pensions
43.  October 31, 1971:      Open Door, Unicoi County
44.  November 1, 1971:  EDA Designates Bristol as a Title I Area
45.  November 1, 1971:  Farm Credit Act of 1971
46.  November 1, 1971:  Open Door, Rogersville
47.  November 2, 1971:  Metals Engineering Corporation, Greeneville
48.  November 3, 1971:  Open Door, Hawkins County
49.  November 8, 1971:  Open Door, Bristol
50.  November 10, 1971:  Open Door, Sullivan County
51.  November 10, 1971:  Pigeon Forge
52.  November 11, 1971:  Re-Election
53.  November 12, 1971:  Medical School, ETSU
54.  November 13, 1971:  Open Door, Sullivan County
55.  November 18, 1971:  Tri-City Airport Receives Grant
56.  November 20, 1971:  Meet the Member
57.  November 21, 1971:  Medical School, Lamar Baker
58.  November 23, 1971:  Tennessee State University
59.  November 29, 1971:  EDA
60.  December 1, 1971:  Big Springs and Quillen, New York Times
61.  December 1, 1971:  Manpower and Development and Training Act Project
62.  December 1, 1971:  Metals Engineering Corporation
63.  December 3, 1971:  Upper East Tennessee Economic Opportunity Authority Receives Grant
64.  December 3, 1971:  White House Conference on Aging
65.  December 4, 1971:  Quillen RE-Appointed to American Legion Distinguished Guests Committee
66.  December 8, 1971:  Trade Adjustment Assistance Proposal/ASG Industries
67.  December 9, 1971:  Office of Equal Opportunity Grants
68.  December 10-12, 1971:  VFW National Commander Visits ETSU Medical School Site
69.  December 14, 1971:  HUD
70.  December 16, 1971:  Economic Opportunity Authority, Inc.
71.  December 21, 1971:  ARC Grant to Tri-City Airport
72.  December 21, 1971:  HUD Loan for Watauga Utility District
73.  1971:  American Prisoners of War
74.  1971:  Hancock County Recreation Park
75.  1971:  Questionnaire
76.  1971:  Reports from Washington
77.  1971:  Social Security Benefits for Widows
78.  January 3, 1972:  Sevier County Hospital, Hill – Burton Grant
79.  January 6, 1972:  ETSU, NSF Grant for Teacher Training
80.  January 9, 1972:  Quillen to Speak in Memphis on Behalf of Medical School
81.  January 10, 1972:  Johnson City Vocational School, MDTA Project
82.  January 14, 1972:  John Sevier Steam Plant
83.  January 14, 1972:  Nixon’s Energy Message
84.  January 20, 1972:  President’s State of the Union Address
85.  January 21, 1972:       Big Creek Utilities FHA Funds
86.  January 21, 1972:      Unicoi County FHA Funds
87.  January 24, 1972:      VA Hospital Funding
88.  January 25, 1972:      Nixon Requests Funds for VA Hospital, Mountain Home
89.  January 26, 1972:      Carson-Newman College Army ROTC Unit
90.  January 26, 1972:      Quillen Introduces World War I Veterans Legislation
91.  January 27, 1972:      Quillen Labels Medical School Report “Tommyrot”
92.  January 31, 1972:      Service Academy Appointments
93.  February 1, 1972:      Kingsport Awarded Drug Abuse Grant
94.  February 1, 1972:      Sullivan County MDTA Project
95.  February 4, 1972:      Charlotte Ann Bush, Cherry Blossom Princess
96.  February 4, 1972:      Med School – Number One Priority
97.  February 23, 1972:  Medical School
98.  February 23, 1972:  Tobacco Export Market
99.  February 27, 1972:  1971 Highlights
100. February 28, 1972:  Daniel Boone High School, Marine Corps Junior Reserve
101. February 28, 1972:  Greeneville and Newport MDTA Projects
102. February 28, 1972:  Summer Headstart Program
103. February 29, 1972:  Foothills Parkway
104. February 29, 1972:  Hawkins County Board of Education
105. March 1, 1972:  Quillen Introduces Veterans Day and Memorial Day Bill
106. March 2, 1972:  Gatlinburg Open Space Land Program
107. March 5, 1972:  Quillen to Testify on Forced Busing Tomorrow
108. March 6, 1972:  Quillen Appears Against Forced Busing
109. March 8, 1972:  Quillen Announces GSA Survey to Retain Property at Mountain Home
110. March 9, 1972:  Dandridge, EPA Grant
111. March 9, 1972:  ETSU Medical School
112. March 9, 1972:  SAR Award

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1.    March 14, 1972:  Bristol, Tennessee-Virginia Planning Commission HUD Grant
2.    March 14, 1972:  VFW Members Discuss Veterans Day Bill
3.    March 15, 1972:  Greeneville and Greene County Public Health Center
4.    March 15, 1972:  Unicoi County High School
5.    March 19, 1972:  Republican Women’s Conference, Atlanta
6.    March 21, 1972:  Uniform Time Act
7.    March 22, 1972:  Quillen Charges NBC with Violating Federal Flag Code
8.    March 22, 1972:  Captain Tommie Sue Smith
9.    March 24, 1972:  Bristol City and Sullivan County Title I Funds
10.  March 24, 1972:  Elizabethton Housing Authority, HUD
11.  March 24, 1972:  Holston Army Ammunition Plant
12.  March 25, 1972:  Cherry Blossom Princess, Charlotte Ann Bush
13.  March 29, 1972:  Cranston Bill
14.  March 30, 1972:  Raytheon Contract
15.  April 3, 1972:  Governor Ellington Death
16.  April 4, 1972:  Holston Army Ammunition Plant
17.  April 6, 1972:  101st Airborne Division
18.  April 7, 1972:  Cherry Blossom Festival
19.  April 13, 1972:  Plumbian Manufacturing Corporation, JOBS Program
20.  April 14, 1972:  ARC, Sevier County Hospital
21.  April 17, 1972:  Quillen Appoints Ruth O’Dell, Lon Boyd and Others to Head Nixon Campaign, 1st District
22.  April 17, 1972:  Rules Committee Seafood Luncheon/Quillen-Nixon
23.  April 19, 1972:  Carson-Newman College HEW Grant for Upward Bound Project
24.  April 19-20, 1972:     Cocke County Flash Flood Damage
25.  April 21, 1972:  Carter Home Placed on National Register of Historic Places
26.  April 22, 1972:  First District Republican Endorse Quillen
27.  April 24, 1972:  Morristown Housing Authority HUD Grant
28.  April 24, 1972:  Quillen Asks if Tri-Cities Qualifies as SMSA
29.  April 26, 1972:  Johnson City Open Space Program
30.  April 26, 1972:  Tennessee Tank Company, JOBS Program
31.  April 27, 1972:  Quillen Recommends Bill Jenkins to TVA Board
32.  April 28, 1972:  First Lady’s Breakfast
33.  April 28, 1972:  Holston Defense Contract
34.  April 28, 1972:  Quillen Will Host Senior Citizens Forum
35.  April 29, 1972:  Social Meetings in Kingsport, New York Times article
36.  April 30, 1972:  Mrs. Quillen Attends First Lady’s Luncheon
37.  May 2, 1972:  Greeneville Open Space Land Program
38.  May 2, 1972:  J. Edgar Hoover Death
39.  May 2, 1972:  Metals Engineering Contract
40.  May 5, 1972:  Bristol HUD Grant
41.  May 5, 1972:  Questionnaire, Draft Dodgers
42.  May 9, 1972:  ETSU Grant for New Physical Education Complex
43.  May 9, 1972:  Greeneville Urban Renewal Project
44.  May 9, 1972:  Nixon, North Vietnam
45.  May 9, 1972:  Summer Headstart Program
46.  May 10, 1972:  Jefferson City/Dandridge I-40 Cloverleaf
47.  May 10, 1972:  Johnson City Urban Renewal Program
48.  May 11, 1972:  Quillen Says Dunn Delayed Cocke County Disaster Designation
49.  May 12, 1972:  ETSU Grant
50.  May 12, 1972:  Senior Citizens Forum
51.  May 15, 1972:  Cocke County Declared Disaster Area
52.  May 15, 1972:  College Work Study Grants
53.  May 15, 1972:  Governor George Wallace
54.  May 16-18, 1972:      Dr. William Released From Army to Practice Medicine in Surgoinsville
55.  May 17, 1972:  Quillen Honored by National Small Business Association
56.  May 17, 1972:  Surgoinsville HEW Grant
57.  May 18, 1972:  Bloody 11-W
58.  May 18, 1972:  Metals Engineering Corporation Contract
59.  May 20, 1972:  Quillen Meets Commissioner on Aging
60.  May 21, 1972:  District Wide Senior Citizens Forum
61.  May 21, 1972:  Quillen Speaks to World War I Veterans, Greeneville
62.  May 24, 1972:  Citation of Recognition by National Small Business Association
63.  May 28, 1972:  Senior Citizens Forum
64.  May 31, 1972:  Holston Defense Contract
65.  May 30, 1972:  Senior Citizens Forum
66.  May 31, 1972:  Quillen Announces for Re-Election to 6th Term
67.  June 1, 1972:  Emergency Conservation Assistance, Cocke County
68.  June 2, 1972:  Quillen with Phil Campbell – Rhododendron Festival
69.  June 5, 1972:  Tusculum College Title III Funds
70.  June 6, 1972:  Carson-Newman and ETSU Receive Title II Funds
71.  June 7, 1972:  ETSU/U. S. Office of Education Grant
72.  June 7, 1972:  Unicoi County, Title I Area
73.  June 9, 1972:  Jonesboro, HUD Grant
74.  June 11, 1972: Teague-Cranston Bill/Medical School
75.  June 13, 1972:  Kingsport Housing Authority, HUD Loan
76.  June 14, 1972:  Johnson City Singers Perform on Capitol Steps
77.  June 14, 1972:  Magnavox Awarded GSA Contract
78.  June 15, 1972:  Blalock Brothers Construction Company Contract
79.  June 15, 1972:  Johnson City Housing Authority, HUD Loan
80.  June 16, 1972:  Chuckey Utility District FHA Loan
81.  June 16, 1972:  Mooresburg Utility District FHA Loan
82.  June 18, 1972:  Quillen Requests Social Security Field Office in Kingsport
83.  June 19, 1972:  General Election
84.  June 20, 1972:  Carter County Community Residence, Inc. Grant
85.  June 20, 1972:  Milligan College Grant
86.  June 23, 1972:  Douglas-Cherokee Economic Authority Funds
87.  June 23, 1972:  Newport Housing Authority, HUD Contract
88.  June 23, 1972:  Upper East Tennessee Economic Authority Grant
89.  June 26, 1972:  Breeder Reactor
90.  June 26, 1972:  Holston Defense Contract
91.  June 27, 1972:  Kingsport Housing Authority, HUD Grant
92.  June 28, 1972:  Democracy in Action Youths Tour Capitol
93.  June 29, 1972:  National Park Service Roadway Improvements
94.  June 29, 1972:  Raytheon Contract
95.  June 29, 1972:   Sullivan County 4-H Members Visit Washington
96.  June 30, 1972:  Carter County Board of Education Grant
97.  June 30, 1972:  Douglas-Cherokee Economic Opportunity Authority Grant
98.  June 30, 1972:  Neighborhood Development Program, HUD Grant
99.  June 30, 1972:  Sevier County Board of Education Grant
100. July 2, 1972:  Social Security Field Office in Kingsport
101. July 5, 1972:  ETSU Receives NSF and NEH Grants
102. July 5, 1972:  Equal Opportunity Grants to Six Upper East Tennessee Schools
103. July 5, 1972:  Greeneville Arts Guild, Inc. and Tennessee Arts Commission Receive NEA Grants
104. July 7-11, 1972:  ETSU School of Nursing Grant
105. July 7, 1972:  HUD Grants to Elizabethton
106. July 11, 1972:         Greene County Health Center, ARC Grant
107. July 12, 1972:         Elizabethton ARC Grant for Community Day Care Center
108. July 12, 1972:         Jefferson County ARC Grant
109. July 19, 1972:         Interstate Commerce Act
110. July 19, 1972:         Questionnaire
111. July 23, 1972:         Forced Busing
112. July 24, 1972:         Carter and Jefferson Counties Title I Areas
113. July 24, 1972:         Great Smoky Mountains, Cosby Campgrounds Sewage System Revision
114. July 24, 1972:         Retired Railroad Employees Benefits
115. July 27, 1972:         ETSU Funds From Law Enforcement Assistance Administration
116. July 27, 1972:         Holston Army Ammunition Contract
117. July 27, 1972:         Walters State Community College Funds From Law Enforcement Assistance Administration
118. August 1, 1972:  HJR 888 Forced Busing
119. August 7, 1972:  General Services Administration Leases Office in Sevierville

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1.    August 8, 1972:  Cross Anchor Utility District, Greene County, FHA Loan
2.    August 11, 1972:      Economic Development Grant, Tenn.-Va.
3.    August 11, 1972:      Rhyne Lumber Co. Contract with Job Opportunities
4.    August 11, 1972:      Quillen Meets Agnew Prior to Convention
5.    August 18, 1972:      Anti Busing Bill
6.    August 18, 1972:      Holston Army Armament Plant Contract
7.    August 18, 1972:      Tennessee Grant for Minority Business
8.    August 22, 1972:      Kingsport Flood Disaster
9.    August 22, 1972:      Metals Engineering Corp. Contract
10.  August 26, 1972:      Quillen Appointed Regional Whip of Rules Committee at National Convention
11.  August 28, 1972:      State Delegate Apportionment
12.  August 30, 1972:      Cocke, Hamblen and Jefferson County Funds for Jobless
13.  August 30, 1972:      East Tennessee Schools, Funds
14.  August 30, 1972:      Holston Army Ammunition Contract w/ Ellis Construction Company, Inc.
15.  September 3, 1972:  Tommie Sue Smith Promoted from Captain to Major
16.  September 7, 1972:  Co-Chairman Appointed to Coordinate Nixon Campaign in 1st District
17.  September 7, 1972:  ETSU School of Nursing Grant
18.  September 10, 1972:  Teague Cranston Bill/Medical School
19.  September 13, 1972:  Campaign for Re-Election of  President Nixon
20.  September 14, 1972:  Republican Campaign for Nixon, Cocke County
21.  September 14, 1972:  Republican Campaign for Nixon, Greene County
22.  September 14, 1972:  Republican Campaign for Nixon
23.  September 17, 1972:  Tennessee State Society
24.  September 20, 1972:  Praise for Quillen
25.  September 20, 1972:  Raytheon Company
26.  September 21, 1972:  Teague-Cranston Bills
27.  September 24, 1972:  Consumer Education
28.  September 24, 1972:  Quillen Speaks on Consumer Education to Greeneville City and County Teachers
29.  September 24, 1972:  Two Versions of Teague Cranston Bill
30.  September 26, 1972:  Raytheon Contract
31.  September 28, 1972:  OEO Grant to Douglas Cherokee Economic Authority for Food & Medical Needs
32.  September 28, 1972:  Quillen Introduces Bill Jenkins to Senate Public Works Committee for Approval to TVA Board
33.  September 29, 1972:  OEO Grant to Upper East Tennessee Economic Authority
34.  October 1, 1972:  Gerald Ford Throws Support Behind ETSU Medical School
35.  October 2, 1972:  Watchdog of the Treasury
36.  October 6, 1972:  Teague-Cranston Bill
37.  October 9, 1972:  ETSU Radio Controversy
38.  October 9, 1972:  ETSU Speech Department Receives Grant
39.  October 9, 1972:  Grant for Tennessee Historical Commission, Christopher Taylor Home
40.  October 10, 1972:   Opposition to Medical School Shifts Attack to U. S. Departments
41.  October 11, 1972:   Compromise Version of Teague-Cranston Bill Passes the House
42.  October 13, 1972:   Erwin Land for Recreational Use
43.  October 13, 1972:   Teague-Cranston Bill Passage
44.  October 16, 1972:   Grainger County, ARC
45.  October 16, 1972:   Medical School Ahead of Schedule
46.  October 17, 1972:   Greeneville, HUD
47.  October 17, 1972:   Quillen-Agnew Get Together
48.  October 20, 1972:   GSA Contract to UNIVAC
49.  October 22, 1972:   Quillen Speaks to Cocke County Association for Retarded
50.  October 24, 1972:   Nixon Signs Teague Cranston Bill
51.  October 27, 1972:   Rep. John Buchanan, Jr., to be Guest Speaker at “Honor Jimmy Quillen Day”
52.  October 30, 1972:   Mock Election at Ketron High School
53.  October 30, 1972:   Questionnaires
54.  October 31, 1972:   “Dear Jimmy” from Nixon
55.  November 1, 1972:  Re-Election
56.  November 5, 1972:  Nation’s Economic Growth Rate for 1972
57.  November 13, 1972:  Cocke County Flood
58.  November 14, 1972:  Morris Industries, Greeneville, Contract
59.  November 22, 1972:  Tri-City Airport Federal Grant
60.  November 27, 1972:  TVA to Airlift Christmas Tree from Roan Mountain
61.  November 28, 1972:  Carter County FHA Loan
62.  November 29, 1972:  TVA Airlifts Christmas Tree from Roan Mountain
63.  December 10, 1972:  Capitol Christmas Tree
64.  December 14, 1972:  EPA Grant to Dandridge Wastewater Treatment Plant
65.  December 14, 1972:  Jefferson County FHA Loan
66.  December 14, 1972:  Quillen Lights Capitol Christmas Tree
67.  December 19, 1972:  HEW Approves Grant to Children of Migrant Workers
68.  December 19, 1972:  Holston Defense Contract
69.  December 21, 1972:  Labor Grant for Sullivan and Hamblen Counties
70.  December 28, 1972:  NSF Grant to Carson-Newman College
71.  1972:  Academy Appointments
72.  1972:  Biographical Sketch
73.  1972:  Questionnaires
74.  1972:  Reports from Washington
75.  January 3, 1973:      Quillen Announces FAA Grant to Morristown Municipal Airport
76.  January 9, 1973:      Grant for Morristown Airport Study
77.  January 10, 1973:         Rural Environmental Assistance Program
78.  January 12, 1973:         Grant for Vocational Training and Employment in Johnson, Carter, and Unicoi Counties
79.  January 12, 1973:      OEO Grant Human Development Corp.
80.  January 15, 1973:      National Science Foundation Grant to ETSU
81.  January 16, 1973:      “Bottleneck” to Medical School
82.  January 17, 1973:      Grants to Newport, Jefferson City, and Elizabethton Housing
83.  January 17, 1973:      Social Security Benefits for Widows
84.  January 19, 1973:      Disagreement with Governor Dunn
85.  January 24, 1973:      Announcement of Negotiated Peace in Vietnam
86.  January 24, 1973:      Quillen Named 1st Tennessee Congressman of Executive Committee of Committee of Committees of House Republican Leadership
87.  January 31, 1973:      Grant to New Canton Utility District
88.  February 1, 1973:      Water, Sewer, Solid Waste Disposal System Loans and Grants
89.  February 5, 1973:      Quillen Greets Apollo 17 Astronauts
90.  February 7, 1973:      Water Systems Loan for Johnson County
91.  February 8, 1973:      Funding for Teague-Cranston Medical School Bill
92.  February 8, 1973:      Johnson City Medical School Gets Boost
93.  February 23, 1973:  Nixon’s Peace with Honor Reception
94.  February 26, 1973:  A Presidential Classroom for Young Americans
95.  February 26, 1973:  Raytheon Missile Systems Division Contract
96.  February 27, 1973:  Economic Development Administration Grant to City of Rutledge
97.  March 2, 1973:  Deputy Secretary of State Rush Pays Tribute to Quillen
98.  March 2, 1973:  Reception for Quillen by Tennessee State Society of Washington
99.  March 6, 1973:  ASCS Employees Visit Quillen
100. March 6, 1973:  Busing
101. March 6, 1973:  Holston Defense Corp Contract Award (Kingsport)
102. March 6, 1973:  Lynn Valley Equities Loan Approval
103. March 8, 1973:  VFW Commanders Support Medical School
104. March 16, 1973:  Grant to Jefferson County Nursing Home
105. March 16, 1973:  Raytheon Missile Systems Division Contract
106. March 18, 1973:  Edmund G. Ross and Andrew Johnson
107. March 19, 1973:  National Science Foundation Fellowship Awards to First District College Grad Students

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1.       March 24, 1973:  Naval JROTC Unit at Davy Crockett High School, Jonesboro
2.       March, 1973:  Flood Disaster in East Tennessee
3.       April 2, 1973:  Grant-in-Aid to Netherland Inn by National Park Service
4.       April 2, 1973:  Quillen Greets Jefferson City Students
5.       April 4, 1973:  Education: Title I Funds
6.       April 4, 1973:  ETSU Grant to William R. Wilburn
7.       April 5, 1973:  Loan to Persia Utility District
8.       April 6, 1973:  Bristol UNIVAC Grant
9.       April 9, 1973:  Dandridge Furniture Industry Loan Approval (SBA)
10.     April 9, 1973:  Road Construction Grant – Johnson City/Elizabethton
11.     April 10, 1973:  Road Repair Funds for Great Smoky National Park
12.     April 10, 1973:  Quillen Greets Young Republicans
13.     April 11, 1973:  Housing Grant to Bristol, Tennessee/Virginia Planning Commission
14.     April 12, 1973:  Road Grant for Hamblen County
15.     April 12, 1973:  Housing Grant to Rutledge, Tennessee
16.     April 16, 1973:  Quillen Greets Newport FHA Vice Pres.
17.     April 17, 1973:  Erwin Park and Recreation Area
18.     April 17, 1973:  Education – Title I
19.     April 17, 1973:  Title I Funds to Sullivan County
20.     April 19, 1973:  Preventive Drug Education Programs
21.     April 23, 1973:  Contract to Bristol UNIVAC Plant
22.     April 23, 1973:  Grant to Tri-City Airport Commission
23.     April 23, 1973:  William R. Wilburn Grant Recipient
24.     April 24, 1973:  Holston Defense Corporation in Kingsport
25.     April 24, 1973:  Modifications to Holston Defense Corp.
26.     April 26, 1973:  Dedication of Memorial Eagle
27.     April 26, 1973:  Emergency Loan Bill
28.     April 26, 1973:  Farmer’s Home Administration Loan Bill
29.     April 26, 1973:  Memorial Eagle Dedication
30.     April 27, 1973:  Naval Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps. Unit at Morristown-Hamblen High School East
31.     April 27, 1973:  Flood Assistance
32.     April 1973:  Quillen’s Questionnaire
33.     April 1973:  Road Grant – Hamblen County
34.     May 1, 1973:  Housing Grant for Milligan College
35.     May 1, 1973:  Manpower Development and Training Act in Sullivan County
36.     May 1, 1973:  Naval JROTC
37.     May 2, 1973:  Greeneville’s Kinser Park Grant
38.     May 3, 1973:  Holston Ammunition Plant
39.     May 4, 1973:  Greeneville Senior Citizens Month
40.     May 4, 1973:  Honoring Senior Citizens Month
41.     May 8, 1973:  Clinchfield Railroad Station and Stony Point
42.     May 8, 1973:  National Register of Historic Places
43.     May 11, 1973:  Loan to Holston Electric Cooperative
44.     May 14, 1973:  Manpower and Development and Training Act
45.     May 15, 1973:  Congressional Concert, Opus II
46.     May 15, 1973:  Title I Funds (Education)
47.     May 17, 1973:  Fight for Medical School Funding
48.     May 17, 1973:  Title I Funds for Rogersville City Schools
49.     May 18, 1973:  Grants for Library Resources
50.     May 18, 1973:  Loan to Glen Hills Utility District
51.     May 18, 1973:  Stover Support of Teague-Cranston Bill
52.     May 21, 1973:  Christopher Taylor Home, Jonesboro
53.     May 21, 1973:  Grant for Jefferson County Nursing Home
54.     May 23, 1973:  Barter Program for Tobacco
55.     May 24, 1973:  Grant to Improve Tri-City Airport
56.     May 24, 1973:  USDA Temporary Suspension of the Barter Program for Tobacco
57.     May 25, 1973:  Central High School Band Performance
58.     May 25, 1973:  Hill-Burton Grant to Holston Valley Community Hospital
59.     May 28, 1973:  Pigeon Forge Grant for Water System
60.     May 30, 1973:  Greeneville City Schools Grant for Career Education
61.     May 30, 1973:  JOBS Program
62.     June 1, 1973:  Second Supplemental Appropriations Bill Passage
63.     June 4, 1973:  General Services Administration Contract to UNIVAC, Bristol
64.     June 5, 1973:  Health, Education and Welfare Grants for College Work-Study Program
65.     June 5, 1973:  Loan for Skyline Telephone Membership Corporation
66.     June 5, 1973:  Special Services Grant to Mid-Appalachian College Council in Bristol
67.     June 6, 1973:  Funding for Teague-Cranston Medical School Bill
68.     June 6, 1973:  HEW Funds for Three District Colleges
69.     June 6, 1973:  Operation Mainstream Program Morristown
70.     June 6, 1973:  Teague-Cranston Medical School Bill
71.     June 7, 1973:  Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants Program
72.     June 11, 1973:  ARC Grant for Tri-City Airport Improvements
73.     June 11, 1973:  Hill-Burton Loan for Takoma Hospital
74.     June 11, 1973:  Special Services Grant to Colleges
75.     June 12, 1973:  Approval for Free Standing Medical School
76.     June 12, 1973:  Essay Winners Visit Quillen
77.     June 14, 1973:  ARC Grant for Buffalo Springs Conservation Project, Grainger County
78.     June 14, 1973:  ARC Grants to Tri-Cities Airport
79.     June 14, 1973:  Girl Scouts Visit Quillen
80.     June 15, 1973:  HUD Grant to Johnson City Housing Neighborhood Development Program
81.     June 15, 1973:  HUD Grant for Open Space Land Program
82.     June 15, 1973:  Prevention of Reduction in Social Security and Railroad Retirement Benefits
83.     June 16, 1973:  Title I Funds to Sevier County Board of Education
84.     June 19, 1973:  ARC Grant for Child Development Programs
85.     June 19, 1973:  ARC Grants for Elizabethton State Area Vocational Technical School
86.     June 19, 1973:  ARC Grant to Remodel Holston Valley Hospital
87.     June 19, 1973:  HEW Grants for National Direct Student Loan Program
88.     June 19, 1973:  Operation Mainstream Program
89.     June 20, 1973:  ACTION Grant for Foster Grandparent Program
90.     June 21, 1973:  ARC Grant for Greene County Solid Waste Project
91.     June 21, 1973:  Grant to East Tennessee Local Development District for Health Planning Council
92.     June 22, 1973:  Holston Army Ammunition Plant Grant for Railroad Construction
93.     June 25, 1973:  Grant for Administrative Costs for First Tennessee – Virginia Development District
94.     June 25, 1973:  Teague-Cranston Medical School Bill Passed
95.     June 26, 1973:  ETSU Funds for Nursing Students
96.     June 26, 1973:  Newport Housing Grant
97.     June 26, 1973:  Rural Electrification Administration Loan for Grainger, Hancock, and Hawkins Counties
98.     June 26, 1973:  Teague-Cranston Medical School Bill
99.     June 27, 1973:  Contracts to Holston Army Plant
100. June 27, 1973:  Guidelines for Medical School Application
101. June 27, 1973:  Medical School Funding
102. June 27, 1973:  Vote on Medical School
103. June 28, 1973:  Funding for Special Programs
104. June 29, 1973:  Greeneville Housing Grant
105. June 29, 1973:  Holtson Defense Corporation Contracts
106. June 29, 1973:  Public Works and Rehab Funds for Kingsport
107. June 29, 1973:  Second Supplemental Appropriations Bill
108. June 30, 1973:  Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants Program
109. June 30, 1973:  Second Supplemental Appropriations Bill
110. July 2, 1973:  Grant to Dr. Thomas G. Voss, Tusculum College
111. July 2, 1973:  HEW Payment to Steed College
112. July 3, 1973:  Allocations for Public Employment Program
113. July 3, 1973:  Amis House in National Register of Historic Places
114. July 3, 1973:  Jonesboro Historic District to Receive Grant
115. July 3, 1973:  Public Employment Program (PEP) Grant, Sullivan County
116. July 5, 1973:  Greeneville Housing Authority Grant for Urban Renewal
117. July 5, 1973:  Kingsport Housing Authority Grant for Cloud Apartments
118. July 5, 1973:  Kingsport Neighborhood Development Program Grant
119. July 6, 1973:  Quillen, Butz Discuss Greeneville Rally
120. July 6, 1973:  Raytheon Contract from Naval Air Systems Command
121. July 7, 1973:  Newport Neighborhood Development Program Grant
122. July 9, 1973:  General Services Administration Contract for Furniture
123. July 11, 1973:  Contract Awarded for ICU at Veterans Administration, Johnson City
124. July 11, 1973:  Dungan’s Mill and Stone House in National Register of Historic Places
125. July 11, 1973:  Results of Legislative Abortion Questionnaire
126. July 13, 1973:  Speaker at Republican Rally in Greeneville

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1.       July 18, 1973:  Miss Cindy Lin Pettigrew, Girls Nation
2.       July 24, 1973:  Judge James Preston Swann House Entered in National Register of Historic Places
3.       July 25, 1973:  Opposition to Increased Pay for Members of Congress
4.       July 25, 1973:  Pay for Members of Congress
5.       July 26, 1973:  Medical School Cartoon
6.       July 31, 1973:  EPA Grant to Greeneville Water and Light Commission
7.       July 1973:  Guardian of Small Business Award
8.       August 2, 1973:  Money for Establishing State Medical Schools
9.       August 2, 1973:  Navy Contract to Morris Industries
10.     August 3, 1973:  Expectations from Open Door Visits
11.     August 3, 1973:  Quillen Guest at FHA Breakfast
12.     August 4, 1973:  Randall S. Edwards – Heroism Award
13.     August 7, 1973:  Loan to Engineered Products, Inc. Dandridge
14.     August 8, 1973:  Open Door, Sevierville
15.     August 13, 1973:  Designation of Title IV Redevelopment Agencies
16.     August 13, 1973:  Funding for Kingsport Neighborhood Youth Corps Project
17.     August 15, 1973:  Open Door, Sevier County
18.     August 18, 1973:  Memorial for Senator Walters
19.     August 18, 1973:  Open Door, Sevier County
20.     August 20, 1973:  Quillen Designated Yugoslavia Trade Fair Representative
21.     August 22, 1973:  Modification Contract to Raytheon Bristol
22.     September 7, 1973:  Trade with Yugoslavia
23.     September 8, 1973:  Officer Floyd E. Hensley
24.     September 10, 1973:  Zagreb International Trade Fair
25.     September 12, 1973:  Open Door, Mountain City
26.     September 14, 1973:  Nixon and Red Cross Honor Randall S. Edwards
27.     September 15, 1973:  Open Door, Johnson County
28.     September 21, 1973:  Quillen Holds First District Product at Yugoslavia Fair
29.     September 22, 1973:  Open Door, Greeneville
30.     September 25, 1973:  Discussion of New FHA Programs
31.     September 26, 1973:  Open Door, Newport
32.     September 28, 1973:  Army Contract to Ellis Construction Company
33.     October 3, 1973:  Open Door, Washington County
34.     October 5, 1973:  Open Door, Johnson City Medical School
35.     October 6, 1973:  Inclusion of Nolichucky River into National Wild and Scenic River System
36.     October 10, 1973:  Sneedville, Open Door
37.     October 12, 1973:  Open Door, Hancock County
38.     October 12, 1973:  Selection of Gerald Ford as Vice President
39.     October 12, 1973:  Walk Toward the Sunset
40.     October 13, 1973:  Open Door, Jonesboro
41.     October 13, 1973:  Party Prior to Gerald Ford’s Vice Presidency
42.     October 17, 1973:  Second Half of Open Doors
43.     October 17, 1973:  Sites at TVA Composting Project to be Turned Over to Johnson City
44.     October 18, 1973:  Old Kingsport Presbyterian Church Entered in National Register of Historic Places
45.     October 18, 1973:  Praise of Gerald Ford as Vice President
46.     October 24, 1973:  Open Door, Dandridge
47.     October 25, 1973:  Dedication Ceremony of Dandridge Wastewater Treatment Plant
48.     October 31, 1973:  Open Door, Hawkins and Carter County
49.     October 31, 1973:  Open Door, Rutledge
50.     November 1, 1973:  Sycamore Shoals Part of Nations' 200th Anniversary
51.     November 2, 1973:  Open Door, Grainger County
52.     November 7, 1973:  Open Door, Morristown
53.     November 9, 1973:  Douglas-Cherokee Economic Authority Grant
54.     November 10, 1973:  Open Door, Hamblen County
55.     November 12, 1973:  ARC Grant to Morristown-Hamblen Day Care Center
56.     November 16, 1973:  Open Door, Sullivan County
57.     November 18, 1973:  Conclusion of Open Door Tours
58.     December 13, 1973: Dept. of the Interior Grant to Improve Cherokee Park
59.     December 14, 1973:  Funding for Elizabethton Day Care Program
60.     December 17, 1973:  Funding for Manpower Development and Training Act
61.     December 27, 1973:  Loan to Appalachian Electric Cooperative
62.     December 28, 1973:  FHA Loan to Shady Grove Utility District
63.     1973:  Academy Releases
64.     1973:  Kingsport Holston Army Ammunition Plant
65.     1973:  Manpower Development and Training Act – Greene County
66.     1973:  Nominations for Appointment to US Service Academies
67.     1973:  Open Doors
68.     1973:  Questionnaires
69.     1973:  Report from Washington
70.     1973:  Unicoi County ROTC Group Visits Quillen
71.     January 10, 1974:  GSA Contract Awarded to UNIVAC Plant in Bristol
72.     January 12, 1974:  Quillen Criticizes Termination of REAP
73.     January 12, 1974:  Grant for Upper East Tennessee Human Development Agency
74.     January 12, 1974:  HEW Grant to Upper East Tennessee Human Development Agency in Kingsport for Child Care
75.     January 15, 1974:  Manpower Funds for Training in Johnson City
76.     January 17, 1974:  ACTION Grant to Pilot Club in Greeneville for RSVP
77.     January 22, 1974:  Long Meadow in Hawkins County Entered in National Register of Historic Places
78.     January 23, 1974: Dept. of Labor Grant to Douglas-Cherokee in Morristown for New York City Project
79.     January 23, 1974:  Rally for Medical School in Johnson City
80.     January 24, 1974:  Reiteration of Need for Medical School in Johnson City
81.     January 24, 1974:  Quillen’s Reaction to Dunn’s Speech on Medical School
82.     January 26, 1974:  Quillen Urges Air Conditioning Installed at VA Hospital in Johnson City
83.     February 1, 1974:  ACTION Grant to Upper East Tennessee Human Development Agency for RSVP Program
84.     February 1, 1974:  Grant to Retired Senior Volunteer Program
85.     February 4, 1974:  Quillen Announces VA to Install Air Conditioning at Mountain Home
86.     February 4, 1974:  Urban Mass Transit Administration Grant to Johnson City for Study
87.     February 5, 1974:  Academy Appointments
88.     February 6, 1974:  FAA Grant to Elizabethton
89.     February 6, 1974:  Quillen Introduces Tobacco Bill
90.     February 7, 1974:  OEO Grant to Douglas-Cherokee in Morristown
91.     February 7, 1974:  Quillen Delivers ETSU Plan for Medical School to Veterans Adminstrator Donald Johnson
92.     February 22, 1974:  ARC Grant to Sneedville for Career Education Project
93.     February 22, 1974:  Quillen Comments on Gas Shortage in First District
94.     February 23, 1974:  Quillen Announces Gasoline for First District
95.     February 27, 1974:  EPA Grant to Gatlinburg for Waste Water Treatment Facility
96.     February 27, 1974: Dept. of the Army Contract and Modification to Holston Defense Corp.
97.     February 28, 1974:  Bill Passed for Medical School
98.     March 4, 1974:  Tennessee Veterans Visit Quillen
99.     March 5, 1974:  ETSU Medical School
100. March 5, 1974:  Override of Veto on Medical School
101. March 5, 1974:  Quillen’s Reaction to Dunn’s Veto of State Medical School Bill
102. March 7, 1974:  EDA Grant for Access Road in Morristown
103. March 7, 1974:  NEA Grant to Sinking Creek Film Celebration
104. March 7, 1974:  Quillen Testifies Before House Committee to Help Reduce TVA Electric Rates
105. March 12, 1974:  OEO Grant for Upper East Tennessee Human Development Agency in Kingsport
106. March 12, 1974:  Quillen’s Statement on Passage of State Medical School Bill Over Dunn’s Veto
107. March 13, 1974:  Announcement of Approval for Medical School
108. March 14, 1974:  American Legion Members See Quillen
109. March 14, 1974:  Bill to Reduce TVA Electric Rates
110. March 14, 1974:  EPA Reimbursement Grants for 4 First District Sewage Products
111. March 14, 1974:  EPA Reimbursement Grant to Jefferson City Utility
112. March 14, 1974:  FHA Loan to Cocke County Utility District for Water System
113. March 14, 1974:  Rehash on TVA Bill
114. March 15, 1974:  Bureau of Outdoor Recreation Grant for Southwest Park in Greene County
115. March 15, 1974:  Concerned Citizens – Holston Conference Youth Commission
116. March 15, 1974:  Holston Conference National/International Seminar
117. March 18, 1974:  EPA Reimbursement Grant to Bristol for Completed Sewage Construction Project
118. March 18, 1974:  HEW Title I Funds to Kingsport City School System
119. March 18, 1974:  HEW Title I Funds to Sevier County Board of Education
120. March 19, 1974:  EPA Grant to Church Hill and Bristol for Sewage Projects
121. March 21, 1974:  EPA Reimbursement Grant for Sevierville

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1.       March 22, 1974  EPA Grants for Completed Sewer Construction
2.       March 25, 1974:  VA Accepts Amended Application for Medical School
3.       March 26, 1974:  EDA Grant to Greeneville for Water and Sewer Project
4.       March 27, 1974:  EPA Reimbursement Grant to Sewer District in Greeneville
5.       March 28, 1974:  EDA Grant to Bean Station Utility District for Water
6.       March 28, 1974:  EDA Grant to Grainger County
7.       April 3, 1974:  EPA Grant to Newport Utilities Board for Wastewater Treatment Facility
8.       April 4, 1974: FHA Loan to Sevierville for Water System
9.       April 4, 1974: Quillen, VFW Leaders Pow Wow
10.     April 5, 1974:  OEO Grant to Douglas-Cherokee in Morristown
11.     April 10, 1974:  FHA Loan and Grant to Sullivan Utility District for Central Water System
12.     April 10, 1974:  FHA Loan to Bean Station Utility District for Water System Expansion
13.     April 10, 1974:  HEW Title I Funds for 3 First District Boards of Education
14.     April 10, 1974:  Quillen and Boonettes
15.     April 18, 1974:  EPA Grant to Jonesboro
16.     April 18, 1974:  Jonesboro Designated a Bicentennial Community
17.     May 2, 1974:  Department of the Army Contract to Raytheon
18.     May 8, 1974:  Trip to Washington for Washington College Academy Seniors
19.     May 9, 1974:  FHA Grant to Johnson County Utility District for Water System
20.     May 9, 1974:  FHA Loan to Rogersville for Water and Sewer System
21.     May 9, 1974:  Grant to Pleasant Valley Utility District of Johnson City
22.     May 11, 1974:  ETSU Flag in Quillen’s Office
23.     May 13, 1974:  FHA Additional Funds for 2 Hawkins County Utilities
24.     May 14, 1974:  VA Funds for Nursing Classroom at Mountain Home
25.     May 17, 1974:  EDA Grant to First Tennessee/Virginia Development District
26.     May 17, 1974:  Grant for Long Range Economic Growth
27.     May 20, 1974:  Geothermal Energy as Resource for Energy Crisis
28.     May 20, 1974:  Greeneville Historic District Entered in National Register for Historic Places
29.     May 21, 1974:  Department of the Army Contract Modification to Raytheon
30.     May 21, 1974:  GSA Contract to Mead Corporation in Kingsport
31.     May 22, 1974:  FHA Loan and Grant to Mountain City
32.     May 22, 1974:  Geothermal Energy Bill
33.     May 22, 1974:  Quillen Introduces Geothermal Energy Bill on House Floor
34.     May 24, 1974:  FHA Loan to North Greene Utilities for Water System
35.     May 24, 1974:  HEW Title I Funds for Elizabethton Board of Education
36.     May 24, 1974:  Long Distance Bicyclists with Quillen
37.     May 27, 1974:  ARC Grant for Outreach Delivery System for 3 First District Counties
38.     June 4, 1974:  GSA Contract Announcement for Mead
39.     June 4, 1974:  NPS Contract to Gatlinburg Building Contractors
40.     June 5, 1974:  Quillen Announces for Re-Election
41.     June 6, 1974:  ARC Grant to Bristol Mental Health Center
42.     June 10, 1974:  Legislative Questionnaire
43.     June 11, 1974:  GSA Survey to be Conducted at Erwin National Fish Hatchery
44.     June 11, 1974:  HEW Grant for ETSU for Cooperative Education Program
45.     June 12, 1974:  Questionnaire Release
46.     June 12, 1974:  VA Approves Johnson City for Medical School
47.     June 13, 1974:  Department of Transportation Funds for Tennessee for I-81
48.     June 13, 1974:  EPA Grant to Greeneville for Wastewater Treatment Facility
49.     June 14, 1974:  Army Contract to Holston Defense Corporation
50.     June 14, 1974:  Meade Corporation Contract
51.     June 14, 1974:  Secretary of Agriculture Butz to be in Greeneville
52.     June 17, 1974:  ARC Grant for Jonesboro
53.     June 17, 1974:  REA Essayists Visit Quillen
54.     June 21, 1974:  People to People Ambassadors Visit Quillen
55.     June 22, 1974:  Secretary of Agriculture Butz to be in Greeneville
56.     June 24, 1974:  ARC Grant for Health Centers in Washington and Hancock Counties
57.     June 25, 1974:  EPA Grant to Kingsport for Wastewater Treatment Facility
58.     June 25, 1974:  GSA Contract to Furniture Company in Morristown
59.     June 25, 1974:  HUD Funding for Johnson City, Kingsport, and Newport
60.     June 25, 1974:  HUD Contract for Newport Housing Authority
61.     June 26, 1974:  EPA Grant for Wastewater Treatment Facility for Greeneville
62.     June 27, 1974:  Department of the Army Contract Modification for HAAP
63.     June 27, 1974:  HEW Funds for Veterans at Walters State
64.     June 29, 1974:  Rehash on Secretary Butz to be in Greeneville
65.     July 1, 1974:  HEW Loan for Bristol Memorial Hospital
66.     July 3, 1974:  FHA Loans of Airport Communities
67.     July 5, 1974:  Rehash II on Secretary Butz to be in Greeneville
68.     July 8, 1974:  FHA Loan to Dandridge Housing Association
69.     July 8, 1974:  HEW Loan to Holston Valley Community Hospital
70.     July 10, 1974:  People to People Ambassadors with Quillen
71.     July 12, 1974:  GSA Contract for UNIVAC in Bristol
72.     July 17, 1974:  Quillen’s Statement on Availability of Federal Funds for Medical School
73.     July 18, 1974:  EPA Grant to Morristown
74.     July 19, 1974:  Officials “holding back” on Releasing Med School Funds
75.     July 22, 1974:  4H-ers Make Presentation to Quillen
76.     July 25, 1974:  VA Funds
77.     August 1, 1974:  HUD Contract for Jefferson City Public Housing
78.     August 5, 1974:   Quillen and Poster Child
79.     August 6, 1974:   Statement of Quillen on President’s Tape Release Containing Incriminating Evidence
80.     August 9, 1974:   Nixon’s Resignation
81.     August 13, 1974:  Statement on Ford’s State of the Union Address to Congress
82.     August 15, 1974:  Questionnaire Results
83.     August 16, 1974:  Quillen Announces Sevier County as Bicentennial Community
84.     August 17, 1974:  FAA Funds Available for Tri-City Airport
85.     August 17, 1974:  Quillen to Meet with President Ford
86.     August 18, 1974:  Bicentennial Community, Sevier County
87.     August 20, 1974:  Quillen on Ford’s Selection of Rockefeller as Vice President
88.     August 20, 1974:  Quillen Meets with Ford
89.     August 27, 1974:  ARC Approves Grant for Consolidated Water System for Johnson City
90.     August 27, 1974:  HUD Additional Funds for Newport Housing Authority
91.     September 7, 1974:  Quillen Introduced Bill Increases Federal Payments to Counties with Federal Land
92.     September 12, 1974:  Quillen Comments on Bill to Re-Work Railroad Retirement Act on House Floor
93.     September 16, 1974:  Draft Dodgers
94.     September 16, 1974:  GSA Contract to Shelby Williams of Tenn., Inc.
95.     September 22, 1974:  Bill to Aid Epileptics
96.     September 25, 1974:  Report from Washington
97.     September 30, 1974:  HUD Additional Funds for Morristown Housing Authority
98.     September 30, 1974:  Quillen Receives Watchdog of the Treasury Award
99.     October 1, 1974:  Quillen Co-Sponsors Bill to Control TVA Rate Adjustments
100. October 2, 1974:  HUD Additional Funds for Kingsport Housing Authority
101. October 2, 1974:  HUD Funding for Morristown Housing Authority
102. October 3, 1974:  HEW, Sneedville Dentist
103. October 4, 1974:  Artists in School Program in Jefferson County
104. October 9, 1974:  Navy Contract to Morris Industries in Greeneville
105. October 9, 1974:  Story on Appalachian Regional Funds in First District
106. October 15, 1974:  Farmer’s Home Administration Office in Sneedville
107. October 15, 1974:  Fire Prevention and Control Act Passes Congress
108. October 16, 1974:  Army Contract to Raytheon
109. October 16, 1974:  Quillen Votes to Override President’s Veto on Railroad
110. October 17, 1974:  Department of Army Contract Modification for Raytheon
111. October 17, 1974:  EPA Approves Grant for Wastewater Treatment  Facility in Greeneville
112. October 17, 1974:  Total ARC Funds for Appalachian Highway in Hamblen and Grainger
113. October 23, 1974:  Two National Health Service Corp Physicians for Cocke County
114. October 24, 1974:  National Endowment for the Arts Grant for First Tennessee/Virginia Development District
115. October 24, 1974:  Reduced Employment at Holston Defense Corp.
116. October 25, 1974:  Tennessee Arts Commission Awards Grants in 1st District
117. October 27, 1974:  Quillen Presents Award (American Red Cross) to Powell

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1.    October 28, 1974:   Quillen Calls on Carl Albert to Cut Double Talk
2.     November 1, 1974:  Quillen Runs for Re-Election on 12 Year Record (Bristol Herald Courier Only)
3.    November 1, 1974:  Quillen Sponsors 381 Bills During 12 Years in Congress
4.    November 3, 1974:  Re-Election for 7th Term
5.    November 4, 1974:  Quillen Looks Back on 12 Year Record (Knoxville Journal only)
6.    November 6, 1974:  King College – HEW Grant
7.    November 11, 1974:  HEW Headstart Grant, Morristown
8.    November 15, 1974:  FmHA Loan to Rural Development Program, Rutledge
9.    November 21, 1974:  Greeneville, Kingsport Bicentennial Communities
10.  December 5, 1974:  Investigation of Sugar Prices
11.  December 6, 1974:  FmHA Loan to Rural Development, Rogersville
12.  December 13, 1974:  EDA Grant to Sevierville
13.  December 13, 1974:  Quillen Votes Against Consideration of Tax Bill
14.  December 16, 1974:  Navy Contract to Metals Engineering Corporation in Greeneville
15.  December 16, 1974:  FAA Grant for Sevier-Gatlinburg Airport
16.  December 17, 1974:  Quillen Credited for Decline in Sugar Prices
17.  December 18, 1974:  Quillen Refutes that Funds for Medical School Impounded
18.  December 19, 1974:  Quillen Comments on New Vice President, Rockefeller
19.  December 20, 1974:  Quillen Announces Sullivan County Named Bicentennial Community
20.  December 28, 1974:  FHA Grant and Loan to Utility District in Greeneville
21.  December 31, 1974:  Quillen Announces Federal Power Commission Approved Petition
22.  1974:     Academy Releases
23.  1974:     ARC Grant, Elizabethton
24.  1974:     Bicentennial Community – Jonesboro
25.  1974:     Boatyard Historic District in National Register of Historic Places
26.  1974:     ETSU Flag Flies in Quillen’s Office
27.  1974:     Federal Fire Prevention and Control Act
28.  1974:     Navy Contract to Morris Industries, Inc.
29.  1974:     New Medical School at Johnson City
30.  1974:     People to People Ambassadors with Quillen
31.  1974:     Quillen’s Committee Power
32.  1974:     Questionnaire
33.  1974:     Railroad Retirement Act
34.  1974:     Republican Rally, Greeneville
35.  1974:     Report from Washington
36.  1974:     Vanderbilt Freshmen Bicycle to D. C.
37.  1974:     Watergate Behind Us
38.  January 2, 1975:  HUD Funding to Bristol Housing Authority
39.  January 8, 1975:  Douglas-Cherokee Economic Authority
40.  January 8, 1975:  OEO Refunding Grant to Upper East Tennessee Human Development Agency
41.  January 10, 1975:     OEO Refunding Grant to Upper East Tennessee Human Development Agency
42.  January 15, 1975:     President Ford’s State of the Union Address
43.  January 21, 1975:     Dept. of Interior Grant to Greeneville
44.  January 23, 1975:     Quillen as Ranking Minority Member of House Rules Committee
45.  January 25, 1975:     HEW Grant to UETHDA in Kingsport
46.  January 28, 1975:     Congressional Recess
47.  January 28, 1975:     Natural Gas
48.  January 29, 1975:     Burley Tobacco Crop Quota
49.  January 29, 1975:     House Leadership Get Together
50.  February 1, 1975:     Lincoln Day Recess Cancelled
51.  February 3, 1975:     ARC Grant to Morristown-Hamblen County Day Care Center, Inc.
52.  February 3, 1975:     ARC Grant to TennesseeDept. of Public Welfare
53.  February 4, 1975:     HEW Approved Assignment of Dentist to Surgoinsville
54.  February 5, 1975:     Academy Nominations
55.  February 6, 1975:     Holston Electric Cooperation Loan
56.  February 6, 1975:     REA Loan to Holston Electric Cooperative
57.  February 7, 1975:     ARC Grant to Tennessee Appalachian Nurse-Midwifery and Child Development Program
58.  February 7, 1975:     Changing Veterans Day
59.  February 7, 1975:     Greeneville and Sneedville, Department of Agriculture Sites
60.  February 14, 1975:  Payments in Lieu of Taxes Act of 1975
61.  February 17, 1975:  Quillen Introduces Rule on Tax Rebate
62.  February 20, 1975:  TVA Power Rates
63.  February 21, 1975:  Inflation/Unemployment
64.  February 21, 1975:  Statement of Congressman Quillen
65.  February 24, 1975:  Jefferson County Bicentennial Community
66.  March 18, 1975:  Hawkins County Bicentennial Community
67.  March 21, 1975:  Netherland Inn Restoration Project
68.  March 25, 1975:  VFW Certificates of Appreciation
69.  March 27, 1975:  Quillen with Wayne Gulley
70.  March 31, 1975:  Army ROTC Scholarships
71.  March 1975:  National Direct Student Loan Program, HEW Grant
72.  April 2, 1975:  HUD Community Development Block Grant for Kingsport
73.  April 2, 1975:  Phipps Bend
74.  April 4, 1975:  O’Dell House on National Register of Historic Places
75.  April 4, 1975:  Quillen Named to Task Force to Develop House GOP Program
76.  April 5, 1975:  Jefferson County Conservation and Recreation Board
77.  April 8, 1975:  Carson-Newman and Tusculum Receive Upward Bound Grants
78.  April 10, 1975:  Jefferson City Planning Grant
79.  April 11, 1975:  Quillen Remarks on Ford’s Speech
80.  April 15, 1975:  College Work Study Program
81.  April 17, 1975:  HUD Grant to Elizabethton for Community Development Block Grant Program
82.  April 18, 1975:  Supplemental Opportunity Grants Program
83.  April 23, 1975:  National Register of Historic Places, Yett Ellison House in Parrotsville
84.  April 24, 1975:  HUD Grant to Newport for Community Development Block Grant
85.  April 24, 1975:  HUD Grant for Urban Renewal Project
86.  April 29, 1975:  National 4H Conference
87.  April 30, 1975:  Evacuation from Vietnam
88.  April 30, 1975:  Erwin Housing Loan
89.  May 1, 1975:  Morristown Housing Grant
90.  May 1, 1975:  Tri-Cities Airport Grant
91.  May 2, 1975:  Division of Child Health and Development of TennesseeDept. of Public Health Grant
92.  May 3, 1975:  Big Creek Utilities Grant
93.  May 3, 1975:  Wastewater Treatment System Grant, Gatlinburg
94.  May 5, 1975:  ARC Grant for Mountain City Water and Sewage System
95.  May 6, 1975:  Andrew Johnson’s Homeplace
96.  May 8, 1975:  ARC Grant to Johnson City for Water Line Extensions
97.  May 8, 1975:  Community Development Block Grant to Johnson City
98.  May 8, 1975:  Greeneville Water and Sewer Grant
99.  May 8, 1975:  Pigeon Forge Water Treatment Loan and Grant
100. May 8, 1975:  Quillen’s Questionnaire
101. May 8, 1975:  USDA Loan to Powell Telephone Company
102. May 9, 1975:  CSA Grant to DCEAI
103. May 9, 1975:  FHA Loan to Hancock County
104. May 9, 1975:  FHA Loan to Johnson County Housing Development
105. May 9, 1975:  HEW Refunding Grant to Douglas Cherokee Economic Authority, Morristown
106. May 10, 1975:     Community Services Administration Refunding Grant for Upper East Tennessee Human Development Agency
107. May 12, 1975:     GSA Magnavox company Contract
108. May 13, 1975:     FHA Loan to Chuckey Utility District
109. May 15, 1975:     Statement Regarding Seized Merchant Ship
110. May 17, 1975:     Mead Paper Company, GSA Contract
111. May 19, 1975:  National Register of Historic Places – Sulphur Springs Methodist Campground in Washington County
112. May 21, 1975:     Erwin Wastewater Treatment Grant – EPA
113. May 21, 1975:     Tobacco Quotas
114. May 21, 1975:     Panther Creek Campground Grant (Hamblen County)
115. May 22, 1975:     National Science Foundation Grant ETSU
116. May 23, 1975:  Little Construction Company Contract for Construction at Holston Army Ammunition Plant
117. May 30, 1975:     ARC Grant to Chuckey Utility District
118. May 31, 1975:     ARC Grant to Bristol for Improvements to Water Distribution System
119. June 3, 1975:  Gatlinburg Wastewater Treatment Grant – EPA
120. June 4, 1975:  Tobacco Quotas

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1.    June 5, 1975:  National Register of Historic Places, Cocke and Grainger Counties
2.    June 5, 1975:  Education Title III Grants
3.    June 5, 1975:  Praise for Medical School
4.    June 6, 1975:  Tri-City Airport Grant
5.    June 6, 1975:  Quillen Speaks to 1975 ETSU Graduating Class
6.    June 9, 1975:  Carter and Greene County Child Development Program Grant
7.    June 10, 1975:  Bureau of Outdoor Recreation
8.    June 10, 1975:  Quillen’s Tobacco Bill
9.    June 11, 1975:  First Tennessee/Virginia Development District Waste Treatment Grant
10.  June 12, 1975:  Waters House in Sevierville on National Registry
11.  June 12, 1975:  Tobacco Industry
12.  June 12, 1975:  VA Architect Engineer Contract
13.  June 13, 1975:  ARC Grant Lakeway Educational Cooperative
14.  June 13, 1975:  ARC Grant to Bristol Mental Health
15.  June 13, 1975:  Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Convention
16.  June 13, 1975:  HEW Grant to ETSU
17.  June 13, 1975:  Sevier County Sites on National Register
18.  June 13, 1975:  Tobacco Quotas
19.  June 17, 1975:  Department of Labor Allocations
20.  June 17, 1975:  EPA Grant to Bristol
21.  June 17, 1975:  Grant for Greeneville Fire Hall
22.  June 17, 1975:  HEW Grant to ETSU
23.  June 17, 1975:  REA Essay Winners
24.  June 19, 1975:  ARC Grants, Carter and Unicoi Counties
25.  June 19, 1975:  Sullivan County 4-H
26.  June 20, 1975:  ARC Grant to Clinch-Powell Education Cooperative
27.  June 20, 1975:  HUD Grant to Greeneville City Schools
28.  June 20, 1975:  HUD Loan for Johnson City Housing Authority
29.  June 20, 1975:  HUD Loan to Kingsport
30.  June 20, 1975:  HUD Loan to Morristown
31.  June 20, 1975:  HUD Loan to Rogersville
32.  June 21, 1975:  ARC Grant to Clinch Powell Educational Co-op Parent Education About Kids
33.  June 23, 1975:  Sevierville Waters House Added to National Register of Historic Places
34.  June 24, 1975:  East Tennessee Development District Grant
35.  June 24, 1975:  Grainger County Primary Health Care Project Grant
36.  June 24, 1975:  HUD Loan to Greeneville Housing
37.  June 24, 1975:  Sperry UNIVAC Corporation Grant
38.  June 24, 1975:  GSA Contract Award (Bristol)
39.  June 25, 1975:  ARC Grant for Greene County Primary Care Outreach
40.  June 25, 1975:  ARC Grant for Health Care in Grainger County
41.  June 25, 1975:  Emergency Medical Systems Grant
42.  June 25, 1975:  Gatlinburg Housing Grant
43.  June 25, 1975:  Hancock County Housing Grant
44.  June 25, 1975:  HUD Grant to Greeneville Housing Authority Modernization Program
45.  June 25, 1975:  Morristown Housing Grant
46.  June 26, 1975:  Federal Money for Regional Emergency Medical Services
47.  June 26, 1975:  Quillen Meets with Young Tennesseans at Nation’s Capital
48.  June 27-28, 1975:   Shield’s Station off Hwy 11-W National Park Service Grant
49.  June 27, 1975:  Vocational Industrial Clubs of America Visit Quillen
50.  June 28, 1975:   Medical School Accreditation
51.  June 30, 1975:  ARC Grant to Milligan Renovation of Administration Building
52.  June 30, 1975:  EPA Grant to Johnson City
53.  June 30, 1975:  Office of Education Grant to Greene County Home-Based Preschool Program
54.  June 30, 1975:  VICA
55.  July 1, 1975:  Brabson’s Ferry Plantation at Sevierville on National Register of Historic Places
56.  July 1, 1975:  EPA Grant to Johnson City Wastewater Treatment Plant
57.  July 1, 1975:  HDC Contract Modification for HAAP $36.6 Million
58.  July 1, 1975:  Public Health Service Grant to WSCC for Nursing Degree Program
59.  July 2, 1975:  FmHA $421,230.00 Loan to Church Hill Housing Development Corp.
60.  July 2, 1975:  NSF $170,000 Grant to Morristown College Science Programs
61.  July 3, 1975:  EDA Grant to Morristown $750,000 for Propane Storage
62.  July 3, 1975:  FHA Loan to Church Hill Housing Development Corp.
63.  July 3, 1975:  FmHA $454,400.00 Loan to Cocke County Housing Development Corp.
64.  July 3, 1975:  National Science Foundation Grant to Morristown
65.  July 5, 1975:  ETSU Medical School Building Approval
66.  July 7, 1975:  General Revenue Sharing to 1st District 4th Quarter FY 1975
67.  July 7, 1975:  Storage Building Addition Contract Blalock Construction Johnson Memorial
68.  July 9, 1975:  Governor Ray Blanton’s Support for ETSU Medical School
69.  July 9, 1975:  Raytheon Army Contract $3 Million for 220,000 Proximity Fuses
70.  July 14, 1975:  Article in Geothermal Energy Magazine
71.  July 15, 1975:  Quillen Attacks HR 7014 Energy and Oil
72.  July 15, 1975:  Quillen Urges Abolishing House CIA Committee
73.  July 15, 1975:  Wheatlands on National Register of Historic Places
74.  July 17, 1975:  Abolishment of House Select Committee on Intelligence
75.  July 22, 1975:  Robert E. Lee Citizenship – Mr. Quillen’s First Bill Passes
76.  July 23, 1975:  Bristol Named Bicentennial Community
77.  July 24, 1975:  Community Service Grant to UETHDA and DCEA
78.  July 25, 1975:  Quillen Meets with FHA Delegates
79.  July 26, 1975:  Rose Glen on National Register of Historic Places
80.  July 30, 1975:  EDA Grant to ETDD
81.  July 30, 1975:  Questionnaire Results
82.  July 31, 1975:  Army Missile Contract to Raytheon at Bristol
83.  August 1, 1975:  EPA Wastewater Treatment Planning Grants to Sevierville, White Pine
84.  August 1, 1975:  Quillen Makes Russia Trip
85.  August 1, 1975:  Year After Nixon Resigned Statement for John Means
86.  August 8, 1975:  EPA $48,000 Grant for Bulls Gap Sewers
87.  August 8, 1975:  FmHA $219,000 Loan for Sevierville Water Plant
88.  August 8, 1975:  Quillen Commends 4-H Citizenship Group
89.  August 8, 1975:  Rural Mount on National Register of Historic Places
90.  August 10, 1975:     GSA Grants to Douglas-Cherokee Economic Opportunity
91.  August 12, 1975:  EPA Grant to Bulls Gap
92.  August 22, 1975:     Quillen to Hold Open Doors
93.  August 26, 1975:     Johnson City, Newport, Cocke County Bicentennial Communities
94.  August 27, 1975:     $677,744.44 Air Force Contract, Sperry UNIVAC
95.  August 29, 1975:     $51,574,992.00 Army Contract Modification, Raytheon
96.  August 29, 1975:  Pre Sevier County Open Door
97.  September 5, 1975:  $145,000 ARC Grant to Unicoi County Hospital
98.  September 5, 1975:  Pre-Elizabethton Open Door
99.  September 5, 1975:  Reflections of Russia Trip
100. September 6, 1975:Post-Sevier County Open Door, Pay Raise
101. September 6, 1975:  Quillen Votes Against Congressional Pay Raise
102. September 9, 1975:  Burglar Shooter Bill Speech
103. September 9, 1975:  FmHA $36,000 Loan to Surgoinsville Dental Clinic

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1.    September 9, 1975:  Veterans Day Restored to November 11
2.    September 10, 1975:  Community Service Advertisement Grant, UETHDA, DCEOI, Energy Conservation
3.    September 12, 1975:  Pre-Newport Open Door
4.    September 13, 1975:  Post-Elizabethton Open Door – Medical School
5.    September 16, 1975:  $12,222.49 BOR Grant Sevierville City Park
6.    September 19, 1975:  Pre-Hancock and Johnson County Open Doors
7.    September 20, 1975:  Post-Cocke Open Door Burglar Shooting
8.    September 23, 1975:  Morristown/Hamblen Bicentennial Community
9.    September 26, 1975:  Pre-Washington County Open Door
10.  September 29, 1975:  Danish Solar House
11.  October 1, 1975:  $160,279 Community Service Administrative Grant to UETHDA – DCEOI
12.  October 3, 1975:  Post-Johnson City Open Door, Privacy Act
13.  October 3, 1975:  Pre-Rutledge, Rogersville Open Doors
14.  October 5, 1975:  VA Hospital
15.  October 7, 1975:  Mr. Davis of Hawkins County
16.  October 10, 1975:   Pre-Unicoi Open Door
17.  October 11, 1975:   Grainger, Hawkins Open Doors – Tax Exemption Increase
18.  October 15, 1975:   HEW $394,206 grant to Bristol Memorial Hospital
19.  October 17, 1975:   Pre-Jefferson Open Door
20.  October 17, 1975:   Revenue Sharing and Tennessee’s First District
21.  October 18, 1975:   Unicoi Open Door Federal Payments to Counties Bill
22.  October 21, 1975:   Erwin, Unicoi, Mountain City, Johnson County Named Bicentennial Communities
23.   October 21, 1975:   Trotter-McMahan House on National Register of Historic Places
24.  October 23, 1975:   Nurse Practitioner for Grassy Fork
25.  October 23, 1975:   TVA Rates Must Come Down…Bond Ceiling Increase Bill
26.  October 24, 1975:   EPA $160,500 Grant to Newport Utilities Board
27.  October 24, 1975:   Health Care in Grassy Fork of Cocke County
28.  October 24, 1975:   Pre-Hamblen Open Door
29.  October 27, 1975:   GSA Releases 5.96 Acres of Erwin National Fish Hatchery to School Board
30.  October 28, 1975:   ARC Day Center Grants Morristown and Erwin
31.  October 28, 1975:   Big Springs Bridge Gets Bigger
32.  October 29, 1975:   EDA Projects – Hancock
33.  October 29, 1975:   EDA Projects – Unicoi
34.  October 29, 1975:   No Bail-Out for New York City
35.  October 31, 1975:   Pre-Greene Open Door
36.  November 4, 1975:  Revenue Sharing Formula Revision Called for by Mr. Quillen
37.  November 7, 1975:  Pre-Sullivan Open Door/General Open Door Wrap Up
38.  November 10, 1975:  Pre-Kingsport Open Door
39.  November 11, 1975:  FmHA Grant – Big Creek Utility District
40.  November 11, 1975:  FmHA Grant – Cross Anchor Utility District
41.  November 11, 1975:  HDC Contract Modification for HAAP
42.  November 12, 1975:  HUD $227,000 Block Grant, Sullivan County – Lynn Garden Sewers
43.  November 12, 1975:  Quillen Examines Electric Car
44.  November 15, 1975:  Carter House Restoration Grant – National Park Service
45.  November 17, 1975:  Quillen Co-Sponsors Boone Trail Study
46.  November 17, 1975:  FmHA Grant – Pleasant Valley Utility District
47.  November 17, 1975:  FmHA Grant – Tri-Cities Sullivan Utility District
48.  November 18, 1975:  Economic Development Administration Grant to First Tennessee/Virginia Development District
49.  November 18, 1975:  Hancock County Named Bicentennial Community
50.  November 20, 1975:  ETSU Medical School Grant
51.  November 20, 1975:  EPA $70,050 Grant Increase to Newport Utilities Board
52.  November 25, 1975:  EPA $42,477 Grant Increase to Morristown
53.  November 26, 1975:  CSA (HEW) $31,734 to UETHDA, DCEOI for Energy Conservation Programs
54.  November 26, 1975:  FHA (DOT) Approves 7 Peaks Interchange for I-40
55.  December 1, 1975:  EDA to Process $120,000 Application Under Title X for Hamblen County Projects
56.  December 1, 1975:  HEW $491,500 Grant to DCEAI Headstart
57.  December 1, 1975:  NPS $2000 Grant for Preston Farm Archaeological Investigation
58.  December 2, 1975:  Quillen Asks Butz for Tobacco Sales Investigation
59.  December 4, 1975:  Madison Building for Library for Kirk Loggins, Tennessean
60.  December 11, 1975:  EDA $276,000 Grant for Greeneville Streets and Curbs
61.  December 11, 1975:  Energy Research and Development Administration Appropriations Bill
62.  December 11, 1975:  Quillen for All of ERDA Authorization Bill
63.  December 15, 1975:  EPA $13,125 Grant to Gatlinburg
64.  December 15, 1975:  Tennesseans Working in Virginia
65.  December 16, 1975:  King College Named Bicentennial College
66.  December 18, 1975:  ETSU Medical School Construction – Another Advance
67.  December 29, 1975:  CSA (HEW) $88,793 Grant to UETHDA
68.  December 29, 1975:  FmHA $22,000 Grant for Dandridge Sewers
69.  December 31, 1975:  Army Contract for Raytheon Missiles and Launchers
70.  December 31, 1975:  FHA Grant for Dandridge
71.  December 31, 1975:  UETHDA Kingsport Awarded Grant
72.  1975:           Mountain Home Addition
73.  1975:           Questionnaire
74.  1975:           Report from Washington
75.  1975:           Tobacco Marketing Quotas
76.  January 2, 1976:  HEW $838,784 Grant to UETHDA for Headstart Program
77.  January 7, 1976:  Virginia Approves Auto Registration Reciprocal Agreement with Tennessee
78.  January 7, 1976:  CSA $23,812 Grant to DCEOI for Program Continuation
79.  January 7, 1976:  EPA Grant to Newport Utilities Board
80.  January 8, 1976:  Contract to be Let for Walkers Sisters Cabin in Smokies
81.  January 15, 1976:  EPA Grant Increase – Morristown
82.  January 15, 1976:  EPA Grant Increase – Johnson City
83.  January 19, 1976:  The Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area
84.  January 19, 1976:           State of the Union Reaction (to Tennessean)
85.  January 20, 1976:           State of the Union Reaction
86.  January 21, 1976:  Quillen Fights Against Federal Coal Leasing Amendments Act. Citing Strip Mining Bill
87.  January 22, 1976:           $800,000 Loan to Bloomingdale Utility District
88.  January 22, 1976:           REA $711,000 Loan to French Broad Electric Membership Corp.

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1.       January 22, 1976:  National Register of Historic Places, Barn and 2 Cabins in Sevier County
2.       January 28, 1976:  National Register of Historic Places – Little Greenbriar Church
3.       January 29, 1976:  National Register of Historic Places – Robins Roost
4.       January 30, 1976:  Quillen Wins Battle to Keep Intelligence Report a  Secret
5.       January 30, 1976:  $450,000+ to Fall Branch Utility District
6.       January 31, 1976:  1st District Congressional Committee Elects McInturff, Supports Quillen
7.       February 3, 1976:  Quillen Wins Rule Permitting Krueger Amendment to Natural Gas Emergency Act
8.       February 5, 1976:  DOD Military Construction Authorization Bill
9.       February 11, 1976:  FHA $500,000 Loan to Bristol-Bluff City Utility District
10.     February11, 1976:  Women Included in Service Academy Nominations
11.     February 12, 1976:  National Gas Bill Effects Statement to John Perry, Kingsport Times-News
12.     February 13, 1976:  UMTA $24,000 Bristol Planning Commission
13.     February 19, 1976:  2 Physicians Assigned to Roan Mountain (per ARCHA)
14.     February 19, 1976:  Quillen Asks that Newport / Cocke County be Declared Disaster Area After Tornado
15.     February 20, 1976: Quillen Demands TVA Board Vacancy to be Filled, Power Rates be Lowered
16.     February 24, 1976:  Army $19,734,209 Grant to Holston Army Ammunition Plant
17.     February 27, 1976:  $237,000 and $75,000 Grants to Tri-City Sullivan County Utility
18.     February 27, 1976:  Army $2,414,139 Grant to Holston Army Ammunition Plant
19.     March 1, 1976:  RifleMagazine Cites Quillen for Blowing Whistle on Burglar Shot Bill
20.     March 3, 1976:  Quillen Next Dean of Tennessee House Delegation
21.     March 3, 1976:  HUD CDBG $645,000 Grant to Elizabethton
22.     March 8, 1976:  HEW $279,000 Grant to Hancock for Hancock Public Health Center
23.     March 9, 1976:  ARC $43,200 to TNDept. of Health for Midwifery Project in Hancock, Hawkins, Sullivan
24.     March 9, 1976:  EPA Grant to Johnson City
25.     March 9, 1976:  HEW $260,744 Grant to Federal Affected School Areas in 1st District
26.     March 15, 1976:  HEW Funds – Financial Assistance for Schools in Federally Affected Areas
27.     March 15, 1976:  Isaac Hammer House on National Register of Historic Places
28.     March 15, 1976:  Quillen and Brock Greet Carson-Newman Choir
29.     March 15, 1976:  Voice of Democracy Winner Honored
30.     March 16, 1976:  Army $3,673,916 Contract to Smith Mechanical Contractors for Work at HAAP
31.     March 17, 1976:  ARBA Says Elizabethton / Carter County Bicentennial Community
32.     March 17, 1976:  Quillen Asks Action on Bill to Extend VA Education Benefits
33.     March 18, 1976:  HEW $5,000 Planning Grant to Greeneville for Career Education
34.     March 19, 1976:  GSA $432,744 Grant to Wood Manufacturing Company
35.     March 22, 1976:  HUD CDBG $677,000 Grant to Kingsport
36.     March 24, 1976:  Quillen Leadership Honored at Reception
37.     March 26, 1976:  3 Sevier County Sites on National Register of Historic Sites
38.     March 29, 1976:  Quillen Greets Farm Bureau Members
39.     March 29, 1976:  Navy $1,172,446.30 Contract to Metals Engineering Corp., Greeneville
40.     March 30, 1976:  Legal Fees Bill Reprints
41.     March 30, 1976:  HUD CDBG $569,000 Grant to Newport
42.     April 1, 1976:  First District Congressional Committee Re-Elects Officers
43.     April 6, 1976:  NPS $3,855 Grant for Preston Farm
44.     April 6, 1976:  CSA $169,543 Grant to DCEOI and UETHDA for General Admin.
45.     April 12, 1976:  Erwin Students Win Army ROTC Scholarships
46.     April 13, 1976:  VA Approves $81,373 Improvements for Hospital
47.     April 15, 1976:  ARBA Names Grainger County Bicentennial Community
48.     April 15, 1976:  ARBA Recognizes General Supply and Maintenance Co.
49.     April 19, 1976:  ARC Grants for Medical School Consortium
50.     April 20, 1976:  HUD $386,000 CDBG Grant to Bristol
51.     April 22, 1976:  HUD $657,000 CD Block Grant to Morristown
52.     April 24, 1976:  Re-Election of First District Republican Congressional Committee Officers
53.     April 28, 1976:  Senior Boonettes Present Plaque to Quillen
54.     April 30, 1976:  VA Plan $165,000 Improvements Project at Mountain Home
55.     May 1, 1976:  Army Contract for Holston Army Plant
56.     May 1, 1976:  Improvements at Mountain Home National Cemetery
57.     May 4, 1976:  FHA $50,000 Loan to Sneedville for Outdoor Drama Site
58.     May 4, 1976:  $20,000 to Milligan College for Handicapped Training
59.     May 5, 1976:  Quillen Greets Boone Junior ROTC
60.     May 6, 1976:  HUD CDBG $1,142,000 grant to Johnson City
61.     May 9, 1976:  Remember to be Staged
62.     May 11, 1976:  Ford Scheduled in Johnson City Freedom Hall
63.     May 11, 1976:  Spot for Ford Economy
64.     May 13, 1976:  Quillen 1976 Legislative Questionnaire
65.     May 20, 1976:  Actuality (for Ford) on Victories in Michigan and Maryland
66.     May 21, 1976:  Quillen Testifies for Extending Veterans Educational Benefits
67.     May 26, 1976:  Statement on Ford Victory in Tennessee for John Means
68.     May 27, 1976:  ARC $21,283 Grant for Johnson County Dental Project
69.     June 1, 1976:  Candidate for Re-Election
70.     June 1, 1976:  Ford Letter to Quillen After Tennessee Primary
71.     June 1, 1976:  HUD $405,000 CD Block Grant to Greeneville
72.     June 1, 1976:  Quillen Announces Himself as Candidate for 8th Term in U. S. House
73.     June 3, 1976:  Quillen in Rules Committee for Payments in Lieu of Taxes Bill
74.     June 3, 1976:  ARC $694,565 grant to Tennessee Department of Public Health for Child Development Project
75.     June 7, 1976:  ARC $196,200 grant to Morristown for Water Storage Reservoir
76.     June 15, 1976:  VA to Award $2,162,000 Contract for Air Conditioning and Electrical Work at Mountain Home
77.     June 16, 1976:  ARC $131,087 grant for Cocke County Comprehensive Child Development Program
78.     June 16, 1976:  ARC $50,175 grant for Mobile Health Clinic for Greene, Hawkins, Hancock Counties
79.     June 21, 1976:  ARC Grants to Clinch Powell Educational Co-op, Carter County Day Care & Child Development Program
80.     June 22, 1976:  EDA $67,500 grant to University of Tennessee Technical Assistance Center
81.     June 24, 1976:  HUD $187,030 grant for Morristown Modernization
82.     June 25, 1976:  Quillen Greets REA Essay Winners
83.     June 26, 1976:  VA Hospital
84.     June 28, 1976:  ARC Grant for “Walk Toward the Sunset” Outdoor Drama in Sneedville  
85.     June 28, 1976:  HUD Loan to Elizabethton Housing Authority
86.     June 30, 1976:  Army Contract for Holston Army Ammunition Plant (HAAP)
87.     July 1, 1976:  Post Office Closings Moratorium
88.     July 6, 1976:  EPA/Pigeon Forge
89.     July 8, 1976:  REA Loan for Powell Valley Electric Co-Op
90.     July 9, 1976:  HUD CDBG grant to Morristown
91.     July 12, 1976:  Sullivan 4Hrs Meet with Quillen
92.     July 15, 1976:  EPA/Rutledge
93.     July 19, 1976:  Quillen Elected Chairman of Tennessee GOP National Convention Delegation
94.     July 20, 1976:  Veterans Educational Benefits
95.     July 21, 1976:  FHA Loan for Kinser Park Improvement, Greene County
96.     July 24, 1976:  “Pocketbook” Issues Re-Election
97.     July 26, 1976:  VA Hospital
98.     August 3, 1976:  Public Health Service Grant to Sevier County Hospital
99.     August 6, 1976:     Payments in Lieu of Taxes Act
100.   August 6, 1976:  Re-Nomination to Eight Term in House
101.   August 21, 1976:  Questionnaire
102.   August 21, 1976:  Quillen Leader at National GOP Convention
103.   August 25, 1976:  1976 Questionnaire Results
104.   August 26, 1976:  HUD/Grainger County

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1.    August 27, 1976:  Grant to Old Knoxville Highway Utility District
2.    August 27, 1976:  HEW Hill-Burton Direct Loan for Johnson City Memorial Hospital
3.    August 30, 1976:  Quillen Meets with 4-H Citizenship Group
4.    August 31, 1976:  FmHA for Rutledge Industrial Park
5.    August 31, 1976:  Individual Income Tax Credit
6.    August 31, 1976:  PES for Nolichucky-Holston Area Mental Center, Greeneville
7.    September 2, 1976:  FmHA Loan and Grant to Sneedville Utility District
8.    September 9, 1976:  EPA Wastewater Treatment Works Construction Grant – Gatlinburg
9.    September 12, 1976:  Legislative Process Feature
10.  September 13, 1976:  Community Development Block Grants (CDBG)
11.  September 13, 1976:  FmHA Loan for New Market
12.  September 14, 1976:  Tri-City Awarded DOT Funds
13.  September 18, 1976:  Quillen Receives Bicentennial
14.  September 18, 1976:  Tax Reform Act
15.  September 23, 1976:  Army Contract Modification
16.  September 23, 1976:  DOT Airport Planning Grant, Greeneville Municipal Airport
17.  September 23, 1976:  FmHA Funds for Rutledge Industrial Park
18.  September 24, 1976:  HUD CDBG grant to Rogersville, Hawkins County
19.  September 27, 1976:  Quillen Campaign Tour
20.  September 28, 1976:  Raytheon Army Contract for Dragon Missiles and Launchers
21.  September 28, 1976:  Report from Washington
22.  September 29, 1976:  Army Contract Modification for Holston Army Ammunition Plant
23.  October 1, 1976:  GOP Convention
24.  October 1, 1976:  Special Report on 94th Congress
25.  October 4, 1976:  EPA Funds to Bristol
26.  October 9, 1976:  VFW Head Applauds Quillen’s Efforts for Veterans
27.  October 10, 1976:  James E. Holshouser Visit
28.  October 12, 1976:  FmHA Loan for Apartment Construction in Mountain City
29.  October 12, 1976:  Quillen Joins in Recognition Planning (GOP House Leadership)
30.  October 15, 1976:  Senior Citizens Organization Endorses Quillen
31. October 17, 1976:  Johnson County to Hold Jimmy Quillen Day on October 21
32.  October 17, 1976:  Sevier County to Hold Jimmy Quillen Day on October 23
33.  October 18, 1976:  Quillen Receives Watchdog Award
34.  October 19, 1976:  FmHA Loan and Grant to Chuckey Utility District
35.  October 19, 1976:  GSA Contract to Sperry UNIVAC for ADP Equipment
36.  October 20, 1976:  Metcalf Meets Quillen at Newport
37.  October 21, 1976:  ACA Endorsement
38.  October 21, 1976:  Quillen Legislation Record
39.  October 22, 1976:  Police Organization Endorses Quillen for Re-Election
40.  October 22, 1976:  Quillen Gets 100 Rating from Bear Arms Committee
41.  October 25, 1976:  Re-Election Taxes
42.  October 28, 1976:  FmHA Grant to Mosheim
43.  October 30, 1976:  Re-Election
44.  November 3, 1976:  Quillen Re-Elected Becomes Dean of Delegation
45.  November 9, 1976:  EPA Funds to Dandridge
46.  November 10, 1976:  Re-Elected Quillen to be State Delegation Dean
47.  November 19, 1976:  Quillen to Meet with Carter
48.  November 25, 1976:  Quillen says Carter Also Pledges Open Door
49.  November 30, 1976:  Army 2nd Increment Funding to Raytheon for Dragon Missiles and Launchers
50.  December 14, 1976:  FAA Funds to Hancock County to Plan Airport
51.  December 29, 1976:  EPA Funds for Greeneville, Step I
52.  1976:  Criminal Justice Reform Act
53.  1976:  Dean of Tennessee House Delegation
54.  1976:  FHA Grant to North Greene Utilities
55.  1976:  First District Republican Congressional Committee Election of Officers
56.  1976:  Opposition to “Shoot a Prowler” Law
57.  1976:  Questionnaire
58.  1976:  Quillen Makes First District Appearances
59.  1976:  Report from Washington
60.  1976:  VA Doubles Medical School Funding
61.  January 21, 1977:  REA $696,000 Loan to Appalachian Electric Cooperative, Jefferson City
62.  February 5, 1977:  1977 Academies
63.  February 7, 1977:  Cutline: John Guinn (Washington Workshop)
64.  February 7, 1977:  Urban Mass Transportation Administration
65.  February 7, 1977:  USAF Raytheon F4/F15
66.  February 9, 1977:  Mr. Quillen with Veterans Affairs Representatives
67.  February 10, 1977:  American Airlines Illegal Contribution
68.  February 10, 1977:  EPA $88,800 grant to Sevierville
69.  February 14, 1977:  Pay Raise
70.  February 16, 1977:  Investigate American Airlines
71.  February 16, 1977:  Quillen Asks Bell to Investigate American Airlines Contributions
72.  February 23, 1977:  HUD Community Development Block Grant – Kingsport
73.  March 17, 1977:  VFW
74.  March 23, 1977:  WASPS
75.  March 24, 1977:  Saccharin
76.  March 24, 1977:  HUD $569,000 grant to Newport
77.  March 24, 1977:  HUD $657,000 grant to Morristown
78.  March 24, 1977:  HUD Planning, Bristol
79.  March 26, 1977:  Ford Returns to Capitol
80.  March 29, 1977:  DOD Request Military Construction Holston Army Ammunition Plant
81.  April 2, 1977:  Social Security Cost of Living
82.  April 6, 1977:  ACA Index
83.  April 6, 1977:  Sullivan County 4-H
84.  April 6, 1977:      EPA Kingsport
85.  April 11, 1977:  CDBG Elizabethton $645,000 grant
86.  April 11, 1977:     HUD Bristol
87.  April 14, 1977:     FAA – Johnson County, Hawkins County
88.  April 14, 1977:     Open Door, Jefferson County
89.  April 15, 1977:     Quillen Invites Community to Open Door
90.  April 16, 1977:     Open Door Kick Off
91.  April 16, 1977:     1977 Questionnaire Going Out
92.  April 19, 1977:       FmHA – Dandridge
93.  April 20, 1977:       Questionnaire
94.  April 21, 1977:       HUD – Johnson City
95.  April 21, 1977:     Carter’s Energy Message
96.  April 22, 1977:  FHA – Pleasant Valley, 11W
97.  April 23, 1977:     Open Door, Jefferson After Tax Rebate
98.  April 23, 1977:     Open Door, Sevier County (before)
99.  April 28, 1977:     Open Door
100. April 29, 1977:  Hancock Disaster Area
101. April 30, 1977:  Open Door, Sevier County (after)
102. April 30, 1977:  Open Door, Newport, Mountain City, (before)
103. May 2, 1977:  HUD Greeneville
104. May 4, 1977:  Quillen Updates
105. May 5, 1977:  Open Door, Elizabethton (before)
106. May 7, 1977:  Open Door, Newport (after)
107. May 8, 1977:  Preliminary Accreditation for Medical School
108. May 9, 1977:  EPA $74,986 Gatlinburg Waste Water grant

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1.    May 14, 1977:      Open Door, Elizabethton (after)
2.    May 14, 1977:      Open Door, Green County (before)
3.    May 21, 1977:      Open Door, Greeneville (after)
4.    May 21, 1977:      Open Door, Hancock, Grainger (before)
5.    May 27, 1977:      Open Doors, Sneedville, Rutledge – 6 Day Mail
6.    May 31, 1977:      Open Door, Rogersville (before)
7.    June 1, 1977:  Bureau of Outdoor Recreation Funds to White Pine
8.    June 2, 1977:  Wilma Dykeman Book Presentation
9.    June 4, 1977:  Open Door, Rogersville, Gas Tax
10.  June 7, 1977:  Johnny Cash, Flag Day
11.  June 9, 1977:  EDA $3,985,000 Local Public Works grant
12.  June 11, 1977:      Clean Up Lakes Morristown Open Door (after)
13.  June 14, 1977:      FDA Testimony, Saccharin
14.  June 16, 1977:      Beard Amendment Upgraded Discharges
15.  June 18, 1977:      Payments in Lieu – Erwin Open Door
16.  June 24, 1977:      Johnson City Open Door Medical School
17.  June 25, 1977:      Open Door, Jonesborough (after)
18.  June 29, 1977:      ETSU Veterans Education Grant
19.  June 30, 1977:      Daniel Boone Trail Study
20.  June 30, 1977:      Medical School Issued Letter of Reasonable Assurance
21.  July 6, 1977:  Open Door, Kingsport (before)
22.  July 9, 1977:  Open Door, Kingsport (wrap up)
23.  July 11, 1977:      House Galleries to be Accessible
24.  July 11, 1977:      HUD Morristown, Johnson City
25.  July 13, 1977:      TVA Tall Stacks
26.  July 14, 1977:      People to People
27.  July 14, 1977:      Kingsport, People to People
28.  July 14, 1977:      Consumer Protection Agency
29.  July 15, 1977:      Letter to Postal Sub-Committee 6 Day Delivery
30.  July 19, 1977:      Ethics Committee Should Proceed
31.  July 20, 1977:      Ground Work for Ethics Committee Hiring Iaworski
32.  July 27, 1977:      Energy Bill in Rules Committee
33.  July 29, 1977:      Energy Policy
34.  July 30, 1977:      Questionnaire Results
35.  August 1, 1977:  Tongsun Park at King College
36.  August 4, 1977:  Defeat of Gas Tax
37.  August 5, 1977:  DOT $1,654,200 Tri-City Airport grant
38.  August 12, 1977:  Industrial Park in Rutledge
39.  August 27, 1977:  ARC $625K Child Development grant
40.  August 27, 1977:  Gillespie House, Steel-Seneker Houses on National Historic Register
41.  August 24, 1977:  EDA $310,000 Greene Co. McDonald Elementary School grant
42.  August 31, 1977:  EDA $946,000 Carter County, Jefferson County, Gatlinburg grants
43.  September 1, 1977:  Rebecca Masters Staff Writer
44.  September 2, 1977:  DOT $199,800 Tri-City Airport grant
45.  September 2, 1977:  EDA $150,000 Sevier County Landfill grant
46.  September 6, 1977:  ARC $160,000 Greeneville Water grant
47.  September 6, 1977:  ARC $500,000 Johnson City Waste Water grant
48.  September 6, 1977:  ARC $395,000 Gatlinburg Water grant
49.  September 7, 1977:  EDA $31,000 Pitman Center City Hall grant
50.  September 8, 1977:  HUD $22,000 Bristol Housing Authority grant
51.  September 8, 1977:  ARC $500,000 Bristol Water grant
52.  September 8, 1977:  Panama Canal Treaty
53.  September 12, 1977:  Apparel Manufacturing Luncheon
54.  September 13, 1977:  EDA $1,141,755 Jefferson County grant
55.  September 13, 1977:  EDA $400,000 Pigeon Forge grant
56.  September 14, 1977:  FHA $399,070 Greenville Area grant
57.  September 15, 1977:  EPA $140,029 Newport Utilities Board grant
58.  September 22, 1977:  Community Services Administration DCEA $68,235 grant
59.  September 22, 1977:  NPS Paving Contract – Blalock
60.  September 27, 1977:  ARC $64,400 Tennessee Office of Child Development grant
61.  September 27, 1977:  ARC Funds for Tennessee Office of Child Development
62.  September 27, 1977:  Community Services Commission $132,760 UETHDA
63.  September 27, 1977:  ETSU Medical School Eligible for $240,000
64.  September 28, 1977:  EDA $47,300 Grant to FTVDD
65.  September 29, 1977:  HUD Community Block Grants
66.  September 29, 1977:  HUD Johnson City
67.  September 30, 1977:  Office of Education $9,214 to Hancock Board of Education
68.  October 2, 1977:  HEW $240,000-$900,000 ETSU Medical School
69.  October 3, 1977:  Disaster Areas
70.  October 3, 1977:  Disaster Relief
71.  October 3, 1977:  ETSU Medical School Grant
72.  October 4, 1977:  EPA – Pigeon Forge, Sevierville
73.  October 5, 1977:  GOP Tax Dedication Promotion
74.  October 5, 1977:  Tax Reduction
75.  October 5, 1977:  EPA – Gatlinburg
76.  October 5, 1977:  EPA – Morristown
77.  October 7, 1977:  Support Governor’s Request for Disaster Relief
78.  October 14, 1977:  Elderly Housing – Kingsport
79.  October 14, 1977:  HUD – Kingsport
80.  October 19, 1977:  VA $171,000 Electric Construction
81.  October 20, 1977:  Cargo Reference
82.  October 21, 1977:  Ethics Investigation Yet to Come
83.  October 23, 1977:  Effectiveness of Hearings
84.  October 28, 1977:  EDA $47,300 to FTVDD
85.  October 28, 1977:  Ethics Committee
86.  October 31, 1977:  SBA Assistance for October Storm
87.  October 31, 1977:  Disaster Assistance
88.  November 2, 1977:  CSA $353,500 UETHDA
89.  November 4, 1977:  NEA $15,000 Broadside grant
90.  November 7, 1977:  Flood in Upper East Tennessee
91.  November 7 and 8, 1977:  Floods (Unicoi Disaster)
92.  November 8, 1977:  Letter to Carter – Disaster Assistance
93.  November 11, 1977:  Broadside TV Grant
94.  November 14, 1977:  Federal Disaster Assistance Administration Centers
95.  November 16, 1977:  Middle East Tour
96.  November 17, 1977:  Optimism High in Israel
97.  November 18, 1977:  Quillen to Attend Sadat Speech
98.  November 21, 1977:  Mideast Background
99.  November 23, 1977:  Prospects for Mid East Peace
100. December 8, 1977: DOA National Forest
101. December 9, 1977: Agriculture Fund Rebate
102. December 9, 1977: Agriculture Aid – Flash Floods
103. December 16, 1977:  Payments in Lieu
104. December 17, 1977:  Raytheon $69.7 Million DRAGON Contract
105. 1977:  Congressional Pay Raise
106. 1977:  Questionnaire
107. 1977:  Reports from Washington
108. January 18, 1978:      EPA Grant Pigeon Forge
109. January 20, 1978:      Farmers Strike Meeting
110. January 20, 1978:      State of the Union
111. January 23, 1978:  ETSU Medical School Budget
112. January 26, 1978:  EPA $22,800 White Pine grant
113. January 27, 1978:  USAF $1,100,621 grant to Raytheon

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1.    January 30, 1978:       Farm Letter Picture Release
2.    February 3, 1978:      Grant to Upper East Tennessee Arts Group
3.    February 3, 1978:      Greene County National Register House Arts Grant
4.    February 3, 1978:      Mauris-Earnest Fort House Inclusion in National Register of Historic Places
5.    February 8, 1978:      Academy Nominations
6.    February 8, 1978:      EDA Grant Hancock
7.    February 8, 1978:      Rules Committee Broadcasting
8.    February 14, 1978:  Marine Corps Training Center
9.    February 16, 1978:  Head Start Continuing Grant
10.  February 20, 1978:  New Post Office in Surgoinsville
11.  February 20, 1978:  Unicoi Gets HEW Disaster Assistance
12.  February 27, 1978:  Airport EDA Grant
13.  February 27, 1978:  Carter County Disaster Assistance
14.  February 28, 1978:  CETA Grant Sullivan County
15.  February 28, 1978:  Koreagate
16.  February, 1978:  Quillen Reports of 95th Congress
17.  March 1, 1978:  Continuation of Tongsun Park Investigation
18.  March 2, 1978:  Black Lung
19.  March 2, 1978:  Farm Meeting
20.  March 2, 1978:  Raytheon Contract
21.  March 10, 1978:  Testimony End (Ethics)
22.  March 13, 1978:  Tri-City Airport (ARC Grant)
23.  March 14, 1978:  Appalachian Seminars
24.  March 14, 1978:  Post Office – Gray
25.  March 15, 1978:  Post Office – Del Rio
26.  March 17, 1978:  Relief from Economic Troubles
27.  March 21, 1978:  Jefferson City Grant
28.  March 22, 1978:  Safe Bridges
29.  March 31, 1978:  Holston Army Ammunition Plant Operation Grant
30.  April 3, 1978:  Historical Grants
31.  April 6, 1978:  Federal Funding for Tri-City Airport and Newport Housing
32.  April 6, 1978:  Newport HUD Grant
33.  April 7, 1978:  DOT and HUD
34.  April 10, 1978:  Rutledge Grant
35.  April 10, 1978:  Senior Citizens Policy Statement
36.  April 12, 1978:  Mailing of Questionnaires
37.  April 13, 1978:  College Appropriations
38.  April 13, 1978:  Farm Vote
39.  April 14, 1978:  Questionnaires Out
40.  April 15, 1978:  Boonettes Picture Release
41.  April 15, 1978:  Johnson City Senior Citizens
42.  April 17, 1978:  4-H Release
43.  April 25, 1978:  Clinical Support Contract
44.  May 1, 1978:  Bristol Bulls Gap
45.  May 1, 1978:  Sevierville Grant
46.  May 2, 1978:  Morristown Grant
47.  May 8, 1978:  Johnson City Grant
48.  May 9, 1978:  Social Security Administration
49.  May 9, 1978:  ESTU
50.  May 24, 1978:  Announcement 1978 Election Campaign
51.  June 1, 1978:  Greene County Grannies
52.  June 2, 1978:  Tuition Tax Credit
53.  June 13, 1978:  ARC Grants for Sanitary Sewers – Knoxville and Sevierville
54.  June 13, 1978:  Grant for ETSU Science Career Workshop
55.  June 13, 1978:  Rural Elderly Health
56.  June 15, 1978:  National Science Foundation
57.  June 16, 1978:  Pigeon Forge EPA
58.  June 22, 1978:  Appropriations Medical School Support Building
59.  June 22, 1978:  ARC Grant Cocke County
60.  June 27, 1978:  Federal Spending Limit
61.  June 27, 1978:  Washburn Health Center grant
62.  June 28, 1978:  Affects of Social Security Increase on Veteran’s Benefits Recipients
63.  June 28, 1978:  Medical School Students Accepted
64.  June 28, 1978:  VA Pension Improvement
65.  July 7, 1978:  People to People
66.  July 13, 1978:  Ethics
67.  July 14, 1978:  Sevierville Grant
68.  July 18, 1978:  Grant – Kingsport EPA
69.  July 20, 1978:  Church Hill Rescue Squad
70.  July 21, 1978:  Medical School Library
71.  July 21, 1978:  Public Housing – Social Security Amendment
72.  July 21, 1978:  Unicoi Flood ASCS Appropriation
73.  July 24, 1978:  Jonesboro FHH Loan
74.  July 25, 1978:  Housing Projects
75.  July 25, 1978:  Johnson City Parks Grant
76.  July 25, 1978:  Title XX Social Services
77.  July 27, 1978:  Bean Station
78.  August 1, 1978:  Jaworski Resignation
79.  August 8, 1978:  Morristown Industrial Park Grant
80.  August 9, 1978:  KHA Reservation
81.  August 11, 1978:  Tax Bill Vote (Kemp-Roth)
82.  August 14, 1978:  Tri-City Airport
83.  August 15, 1978:  LEAA Grants
84.  August 16, 1978:  Cocke County Senior Citizens
85.  August 17, 1978:  Grants for Law Enforcement Educational Programs
86.  August 17, 1978:  Newport Housing
87.  August 22, 1978:  Hawkins County Health
88.  August 23, 1978:  Peace Through Strength Award
89.  August 25, 1978:  College Veteran Education Bills
90.  August 26, 1978:  Holston Army Ammunition Plant Administration Building
91.  September 6, 1978:  Gordon Ball
92.  September 7, 1978:  Letters to the Editor
93.  September 7, 1978:  Library Development Grants
94.  September 11, 1978:  Hancock Health Care ARC
95.  September 13, 1978:  Housing Morristown /Kingsport
96.  September 14, 1978:  Civil Service
97.  September 16, 1978:  Coordinated Health Plan for Elderly
98.  September 17, 1978:  Nursing Home Speech
99.  September 19, 1978:  ARC Funding for Water Connection in Hawkins County
100. September 20, 1978:  Congressional Earnings Limitation
101. September 21, 1978:  Earned Limit
102. September 21, 1978:  Industrial Park
103. September 22, 1978:  Development of Industrial Park in Sullivan County
104. September 22, 1978:  Greeneville
105. September 22, 1978:  Holston Army Ammunition Plant Speech
106. September 22, 1978:  Selk Imposed Learning Limitation
107. September 22, 1978:  Tusculum Grant
108. September 29, 1978:  Grants and Loans Approved at End of Fiscal Year
109. September 30, 1978:  End Fiscal Year 1978
110. September 30, 1978:  Payments in Lieu
111. October 3, 1978:  Gray Post Office
112. October 4, 1978:  EPA
113. October 4, 1978:  Nursing, Bluff City, Industrial Development
114. October 4, 1978:  Roan Mountain

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1.    October 6, 1978:  Salvage of Marine Corps Reserve Center in Johnson City (Washington County)
2.    October 11, 1978:   Grant Funding for Park in Jonesborough (Washington County)
3.    October 11, 1978:   Quillen’s Congressional Priorities for 1979
4.    October 11, 1978:   Jonesborough
5.    October 13, 1978:  End of Season
6.    October 17, 1978:   95th Congress Wrap Up
7.    October 23, 1978:   Ford-Brock-Quillen Campaign
8.    November 6, 1978:  Johnson City DOT Grant
9.    November 7, 1978:  Quillen for Congress Committee
10.  November 20, 1978:  Medical School
11.  December 12, 1978:  Farm Bureau Speech
12.  1978:  Congressman James H. Quillen
13.  1978:  Questionnaire
14.  1978:  Report from Washington
15.  January 15, 1979:  Rule to Move TVA from Tennessee to Alabama
16.  January 19, 1979:  Seven Point Legislation Package
17.  January 25, 1979:  Contract to Raytheon
18.  January 25, 1979:      Resignation from House Ethics Committee
19.  February 5, 1979:      Military Nominations
20.  February 6, 1979:      Repair of Bridges in East Tennessee
21.  February 14, 1979:  Public Housing to Receive Subsidies
22.  February 15, 1979:  Cost of Sewer Evaluation
23.  February 27, 1979:  Federal Cabinet – Level Department of Evaluation
24.  March 1, 1979:  Investigation of UETHDA Monies
25.  March 2, 1979:  HEW’s Hospital Regulations
26.  March 13, 1979:  Proposed Federal Cut in Education
27.  March 19, 1979:  Construction Project for Medical School Approved
28.  March 21, 1979:  America’s Energy Problems
29.  March 27, 1979:  Peace Treaty Between Egypt and Israel
30.  April 5, 1979:  Quillen Will Visit China
31.  April 6, 1979:  Upper East Tennessee Approval for Grants
32.  April 12, 1979:  Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service
33.  April 12, 1979:  Loan for Appalachian Electric Cooperative
34.  April 17, 1979:  Federal Funds for East Tennessee School Systems
35.  April 26, 1979:  Chinese Institute of Foreign Affairs
36.  April 27, 1979:  Beginning of “Open Door” Sessions
37.  April 27, 1979:  Visit to China
38.  May 1, 1979:  Workfare – Pilot Program Morristown
39.  May 4, 1979:  Rescue of VA Hospitals Reduction in Beds
40.  May 29, 1979:  Discontent with Federal Government
41.  June 3, 1979:  ETSU College of Medicine Research Grant
42.  June 7, 1979:  Contracts for Building Medical School
43.  June 8, 1979:  FHA Loan to Jonesboro
44.  June 15, 1979:  United States Oil Shortage
45.  June 19, 1979:  Cocke County Emergency Loans
46.  June 19, 1979:  Hawkins – Hancock County Primary Care Center
47.  June 29, 1979:  Contract for Industrial Waste Treatment – Holston Army Plant
48.  July 2, 1979:  Federal Recreation Grant, Hardin Park
49.  July 10, 1979:  “Open Door” Closings Sullivan County
50.  July 16, 1979:  Criticism of President Carter Speech
51.  July 24, 1979:  Questionnaires
52.  July, 1979:  Quillen’s Questionnaire
53.  August 14, 1979:      FHA Loan for Jonesboro Community Center
54.  August 28, 1979:      Expansion of Tri-Cities Technical Institute
55.  September 12, 1979:  Additional Elderly Housing in Kingsport and Morristown
56.  September 12, 1979:  Jonesborough Development of City Park
57.  September 13, 1979:  Military Registration
58.  September 18, 1979:  ARC Grant for Jonesborough Multi-Purpose Tourism Center
59.  September 18, 1979:  Primary Health Care Center, Elizabethton
60.  September 21, 1979:  Panama Canal Treaties
61.  September 25, 1979:  Compensation for Local Property Tax Loss
62.  September 27, 1979:  ETSU Medical School: Additional Money for Construction
63.  September 27, 1979:  Funding for Morristown Industrial Park
64.  October 2, 1979:  Federal Grants and Loans for First District
65.  October 3, 1979:  ETSU “Folk Artists in Schools”
66.  October 3, 1979:  HUD Grant for Rogersville Elderly Housing
67.  October 6, 1979:  Inquiry into NRC’s Operation
68.  October 11, 1979:   Loans for Elderly and Low Income Housing, Mountain City
69.  October 25, 1979:   Tusculum College Grant for Career Prep Program
70.  October 26, 1979:   FTC Authorization Bill
71.  October 31, 1979:   Nuclear Regulatory Commission
72.  November 1, 1979:  FHA Loan for Jonesborough
73.  November 6, 1979:  Two Grants for First District
74.  November 7, 1979:  Future Development of Nuclear Energy
75.  November 14, 1979:  Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine Dedication
76.  November 26, 1979:  Questionnaire
77.  November 28, 1979:  Refinancing of Indebtedness for Takoma Adventist Hospital
78.  November, 1979:      Quillen Reports on Questionnaire
79.  December 4, 1979:  NRC Funding
80.  December, 1979:      Return of Questionnaires
81.  1979:  96th Congress
82.  1979:  National Audubon Society
83.  1979:  Open Door, Washington County
84.  1979:  Power Politics
85.  1979:  Questionnaires

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1.    January 3, 1980:  Elizabethton City Park Grant Increase
2.    January 3, 1980:  Greene County FHA Loan
3.    January 3, 1980:  Pacific Trip
4.    January 7, 1980:  Agenda for 1980’s
5.    January 10, 1980:  Dandridge FmHA Loan
6.    January 16, 1980:      Morristown Grant
7.    January 21, 1980:      Return from Pacific
8.    January 22, 1980:      Bean Station Utility District
9.    January 30, 1980:      Task Force
10.  February 1, 1980:      ETSU Cancer Research
11.  February 15, 1980:  Bumpass Cove
12.  February 18, 1980:  Masonic Lodge/ETSU Grant
13.  February 20, 1980:  Academy Nominations
14.  February, 1980:  Pay Off Scandal in Congress
15.  March 3, 1980:  Bloomingdale Utility District
16.  March 3, 1980:  EPA Mountain City
17.  March 3, 1980:  Pleasant Valley Utility District
18.  March 5, 1980:  ETSU Medical School Construction Contracts Awarded
19.  March 11, 1980:  GAO Report on UETHDA
20.  March 13, 1980:  Republican House Rules Committee Task Force Agenda
21.  March 14, 1980:  Energy Grants
22.  March 17, 1980:  Mountain City Elderly Housing
23.  March 17, 1980:  Spending Limit
24.  March 18, 1980:  Gatlinburg City Park
25.  March 18, 1980:  Tri-City Airport and Gatlinburg EPA
26.  March 21, 1980:  Reagan Vote
27.  March, 1980:  Social Security Cutbacks
28.  April 1, 1980:  Education Letter
29.  April 1, 1980:  First District Republican Congressional Committee
30.  April 2, 1980:  Energy Audits
31.  April 2, 1980:  Hancock Plant Loan
32.  April 2, 1980:  HUD CDBG Invitations
33.  April 2, 1980:  Love Park – Sevierville
34.  April 3, 1980:  Library Development
35.  April 18, 1980:  Marriage Tax Column
36.  April 18, 1980:  Revenue Sharing Amendment
37.  April 19, 1980:  Construction Projects to ETSU Medical School
38.  April 25, 1980:  Iran Rescue Comments
39.  April 25, 1980:  High Interest Rates
40.  April 25, 1980:  Volker Letter
41.  April 29, 1980:  Revenue Sharing Amend Vote
42.  May 15, 1980:  Airport Grants
43.  May 17, 1980:  Quillen Honored by Toastmasters International
44.  May 19, 1980:  ETSU Medical School – Additional Funds Granted
45.  May 21, 1980:  Over Mountain Victory Trail
46.  May 28, 1980:  Quillen Announces Re-Election Campaign for 10th term
47.  May 29, 1980:  U. S. Defense Ability Questionnaire
48.  May 30, 1980:  Questionnaire Results
49.  May 1980:  As I See It: Foreign Aid
50.  May 1980:  Plans for a Balanced Budget
51.  June 1, 1980:  NFIB Letter
52.  June 2, 1980:  Gas Tax
53.  June 5, 1980:  Gas Tax
54.  June 7, 1980:  Emergency Funding for Coffee Ridge Road and Mill Creek Bridge
55.  June 8, 1980:  Elizabethton Housing
56.  June 9, 1980:  ARC – Johnson City/Bristol
57.  June 12, 1980:  FAA – Tri-City/Hamblen PR
58.  June 14, 1980:  HUD – Greeneville
59.  June 16, 1980:  ARC – Elizabethton Sewer
60.  June 16, 1980:  HUD – Church Hill
61.  June 19, 1980:  ETSU Supplemental Appropriation From House
62.  June 25, 1980:  CDBG – Johnson City/Kingsport
63.  June 27, 1980:  HR 7555 Prevention of Payment of Social Security to Prisoners
64.  June 27, 1980:  Medical School Gets Named: The Quillen-Dishner School of Medicine
65.  June, 1980:  As I See It: Gas Tax
66.  July 11, 1980:  Quillen – Parliamentarian for Convention
67.  July 20, 1980:  Comments on Reagan Bush Ticket
68.  July 30, 1980:  Construction of Phipps Bend Nuclear Project
69.  July 1980:     Republican National Convention
70.  July 1980:     Social Security Benefits to Prisoners
71.  August 5, 1980:  Mountain Home Construction
72.  August 7, 1980:  Quillen’s Renomination by 77.4% Over Opponent
73.  August 7, 1980:  Bill Bays
74.  August 25, 1980:  Kingsport Housing Authority Renovations
75.  September 15, 1980:  ETSU Medical School Grant
76.  September 19, 1980:  Quillen to Receive Salvation Army Award
77.  September 19, 1980:  Quillen, Reagan and Bush District Headquarters Announcement
78.  September 24, 1980:  Federal Grants to go to Communities and Institutions in Tennessee
79.  September 24, 1980:  Marriage Tax
80.  October 1, 1980:  Money Provided to Hancock Board of Education
81.  October 6, 1980:  Fight Counties Receive “Payments in Lieu of Taxes”
82.  October 6, 1980:  Grant to Trash Disposal in Smoky Mountains
83.  October 6, 1980:  Jefferson County Courthouse and Rocky Mount Historic Site Receive Funding
84.  October 8, 1980:  Bristol and Greeneville Hospitals, Greene County Education Receive Grants
85.  October 20, 1980:  Reagan Visit
86.  October 23, 1980:   Reagan Visit Speech
87.  October 24, 1980:   Gatlinburg to Purchase Medical School Building
88.  October 24, 1980:   Reagan Political Rally
89.  October 24, 1980:   Reagan Visits Kingsport
90.  October 24, 1980:   Quillen Political Scene in a Nutshell
91.  October 29, 1980:   GOP Bandwagon
92.  October 1980:  Debate
93.  November 3, 1980:  White Pine Receives Funding for Sewer System
94.  November 6, 1980:  Landslide Victory
95.  November 11, 1980:  Sevierville and Johnson City to Receive Federal Funding for Sewage
96.  November 12, 1980:  Greene County on Small Business Administration’s Disaster Area List
97.  November 19, 1980:  Respect for Capitol Hill
98.  December 2, 1980:  Schools to Receive Federal Money for Federal Projects
99.  December 11, 1980:  Reprogramming of VA Construction Funds
100. 1980:  Endorsements
101. 1980:  Grant for ETSU Appalachian Studies Conference
102. 1980:  Service Recruitment
103. January 15, 1981:  White Pine Park Grant
104. January 27, 1981:  White House Hostage Reception
105. January 30, 1981:  Tobacco Quota Increases
106. February 27, 1981:  Academy Nominations
107. February 27, 1981:  VA Construction Bids
108. March 3, 1981:  Electricity Loans
109. March 13, 1981:  Mountain Home Clinical Addition Approval
110. March 20, 1981:  HUD
111. March 25, 1981:  FHA Loans
112. April 29, 1981:  Residents Support Reagan’s Economic Recovery Plan
113. May, 1981:  Questionnaire Results
114. June 4, 1981:      Community Development Block Grant

Box 411

1.    June 12, 1981:  FmHA – Greene Airport
2.    June 17, 1981:  ETSU Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine
3.    June, 1981:  Quillen Reports from Washington
4.    July 2, 1981:  FmHA Hancock Housing
5.    July 7, 1981:  Daniel Boone Trail
6.    July 8, 1981:  ARC Greene and Carter Counties
7.    July 17, 1981:  Feasibility Study on Daniel Boone Trail
8.    July 20, 1981:  ARC Hawkins Gas Line
9.    July 24, 1981:  Phipps Bend – “Easy Way Out”
10.  July 28, 1981:  ARC Unicoi Industrial Park
11.  July 29, 1981:  Bipartisan Tax Cut Plan
12.  August 3, 1981:  TVA Secrecy on Phipps Bend
13.  August 10, 1981:      Craig Wild, intern
14.  August 11, 1981:      Johnson/Greene Industrial Development
15.  August 12, 1981:      Energy Audits
16.  August 12, 1981:      Energy School Grants
17.  August 18, 1981:      Four Lane Highway, Elizabethton-Johnson City
18.  August 18, 1981:      Industrial Park Rogersville
19.  August 24, 1981:      Gatlinburg/Water Facilities
20.  August 26, 1981:      Interns
21.  September 8, 1981:  ARC Jefferson City
22.  September 8, 1981:  Industrial Parks
23.  September 8, 1981:  Tri-City Airport Funds
24.  September 14, 1981:  HUD/Community Development
25.  September 17, 1981:  Tri-City Airport/Runway Extension Work
26.  September 25, 1981:  Fall Budget Cut Speech
27.  September 29, 1981:  End Fiscal Year 1981
28.  October 7, 1981:  TVA Pay Blast
29.  October 8, 1981:      Sadat Memories
30.  October 15, 1981:  TVA Pay Resolution
31.  October 22, 1981:   Tobacco Vote
32.  October 28, 1981:   Jordan Robinson Silver Star
33.  October, 1981:  As I See It
34.  November 20, 1981:  TVA Renounces Pay Raise
35.  1981:  VA Construction to Cost Less Than Expected
36.  January 27, 1982:         New Federalism
37.  February 4, 1982:         Academy Nominations
38.  February 24, 1982:  Interest Rates
39.  March 4, 1982:  VA Construction Approved
40.  March 24, 1982:      Federal Loan to New Market Utility District
41.  March 30, 1982:      FHA Grant to Mosheim, Jefferson City, Roan Mountain
42.  April 6, 1982:  4-H Conference
43.  May 4, 1982:  Construction Project at VA
44.  May 8, 1982:  ETSU Graduation of 1st Class of Doctors
45.  May 10, 1982:  Federal Funding for Kingsport Boatyard Riverfront Park
46.  May 21, 1982:  ARC Grant to Hawkins County
47.  May 28, 1982:  Budget for 1983
48.  June 4, 1982:  Questionnaire Responses
49.  June 10, 1982:  Budget Battle
50.  July 20,1982:  Discharge Petition
51.  July 20, 1982:  Legislation Requiring a Balanced Budget
52.  August 10, 1982:  Quillen and TKE Fraternity
53.  August 23, 1982:      Aerojet Ordnance
54.  September 1, 1982:  Department of Interior Money to Jonesboro
55.  September 10, 1982:  NPS Opposition to Boone Trail National Designation
56.  September 10, 1982:  Federal Funds to Rocky Mount
57.  September 22, 1982:  Erwin Nuclear Fuel Services Plan
58.  September 24, 1982:  Payments in Lieu of Taxes
59.  September 28, 1982:  Construction Contract in Sevier and Blount Counties
60.  September 29, 1982:  EPA Grant to Jonesboro
61.  September 29, 1982:  Federal Grant to Bristol
62.  October 1, 1982:  HUD Allocations
63.  October 1, 1982:  Department of Agriculture Loan to Rogersville Holston Electric
64.  October 5, 1982:  Veteran’s School Financial Aid
65.  October 21, 1982:   Flag Law
66.  December 3, 1982:  Burley Tobacco Growers
67.  January 5, 1983:  State of Franklin Road and Smoky Mountains Construction Priority
68.  January 6, 1983:  Quillen named to top Republican seat
69.  January 21, 1983:  Addition of 457 Beds at VA
70.  January 26, 1983:      State of the Union Address
71.  February 1, 1983:      Academy Nominations
72.  February 7, 1983:      Social Security
73.  February 8, 1983:      Naval Academy Nominations
74.  February 17, 1983:  1.3 Million Construction Project for VA
75.  March 3, 1983:  Open Doors Kick Off
76.  March 9, 1983:  Social Security Rescue Plan
77.  March 15, 1983:  Funding for Medical School Library
78.  March 18, 1983:  Grant to Tri-City Airport
79.  March 22, 1983:  Tax on Interest and Dividends
80.  March 1983:  Quillen Reports on 98th Congress
81.  April 16, 1983:  Open Door
82.  April 25, 1983:  Emergency Jobs Bill Monies for VA Medical Center
83.  April 29, 1983:  Bicentennial Open Door Greene County
84.  May 5, 1983:  Interest and Dividend Tax
85.  May 6, 1983:  Erwin Nuclear Fuel Service
86.  May 17, 1983:  Tax on Dividend and Interest
87.  May 23, 1983:  Missiles Contract for Raytheon
88.  May 28, 1983:  Foothills Parkway
89.  May 29, 1983:  Quillen Seeks 11th Term
90.  June 1, 1983:  Greeneville Tourism
91.  June 3, 1983:  Quillen Supports Daniel Boone Trail Worthy of Historic Designation
92.  June 6, 1983:  Rules Committee
93.  June 7, 1983:  Postal Appropriations Bill
94.  June 9, 1983:  Annual Questionnaire
95.  June 9, 1983:  ETSU College of Medicine Grant from Health and Human Services
96.  June 23, 1983:  Kingsport and Bristol Receive Funds for Community Development
97.  June 23, 1983:  Quillen Protects Planned Tax Cut
98.  June 24, 1983:  Tri-Cities Area Designated as Metropolitan Statistical Area
99.  June 29, 1983:  Kingsport Receives Funding for Improvements and Rehab Work
100. July 7, 1983:  Greeneville Machinery Erection Company Contract for Great Smoky Mountains National Park
101. August 1, 1983:  Tri-Cities 75th Largest Consolidated Metro Area
102. August 2, 1983:  Tri-City Airport
103. August 24, 1983:  Money for Kingsport Boatyard Park
104. September 13, 1983:  Tobacco Grading
105. September 15, 1983:  Holston Army Ammunition Plant Contract
106. September 23, 1983:  VA Development
107. September 23, 1983:  Steele Creek Park
108. September 23, 1983:  Housing Grant for Elizabethton and Newport
109. September 30, 1983:  End of Fiscal Year

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1.    September 30, 1983:  U. S. Army Contracts with Holston Defense Corp. and Aerojet Ordnance
2.    October 4, 1983:  Sullivan County Water System Loan and Grant
3.    October 20, 1983:   Immigration Reform Bill
4.    October 21, 1983:   Non-surgical Treatment of Kidney Stones
5.    October 25, 1983:   Tri-City Airport
6.    October 28, 1983:   Terrorist Bombing in Beirut
7.    November 11, 1983:  Court Break-up of AT&T System
8.    November 23, 1983:  Tri-City Airport
9.    December 7, 1983:  Pigeon Forge Awarded Park Grant
10.  December 7, 1983:  Sewer Treatment Grant for Johnson City and Gatlinburg
11.  1983:  Sympathy and Response to Death of Rep. Larry McDonald
12.  1983:  TVA Spends to Create Jobs
13.  January 26, 1984:  Reagan Goals
14.  January 30, 1984:      Additional Funding for Tri-City Airport
15.  January 31, 1984:      Reagan’s Budget to Include VA Medical Center Funding
16.  February 1, 1984:      Nominations for Military Academies
17.  February 2, 1984:      National Guard Armory in Elizabethton
18.  February 2, 1984:      TVA Funding for Observation Knob Park
19.  February 17, 1984:  Davy Crockett Birthplace Extension Grants
20.  March 6, 1984:  Right of School Prayer
21.  March 13, 1984:  Daniel Boone Heritage Trail
22.  March 22, 1984:  Funding for Elizabethton Housing and Development
23.  March 22, 1984:  Funding for Tri-City Airport Runway
24.  March 22, 1984:  Grant for Holston Army Ammunition Plant
25.  March 27, 1984:  Cutting Off Social Security Benefits
26.  April 2, 1984:  Boone Lake Water Quality
27.  April 6, 1984:  Quillen Questionnaires
28.  May 1, 1984:  Authorization of Daniel Boone Heritage Trail
29.  May 2, 1984:  Funding for Tri-City Airport Runway Extension
30.  May 3, 1984:  TVA Funding to Clean Up Boone Lake
31.  May 16, 1984:  State Rep. Ruth M. Robinson to Serve on National Dairy Promotion
32.  May 22, 1984:  Appropriations for Boone Lake Clean Up
33.  May 26, 1984:  Quillen Seeks 12th Term
34.  May 28, 1984:  Questionnaire Results
35.  May 30, 1984:  Funding for VA Med Center Expansion
36.  June 18, 1984:  Kingsport Community Development Funds
37.  June 22, 1984:  Federal Community Development Funds for Johnson City and Bristol
38.  July 2, 1984:  Appropriations Bills for Funding for Upper East Tennessee
39.  July 11, 1984:  Gatlinburg Purchase for Additional Land
40.  August 8, 1984:  Federal Grants to Upgrade Park Facilities
41.  August 8, 1984:  Tri-City Airport Will Receive Federal Funds
42.  August 9, 1984:  Federal Funding for Greeneville Forest Street Park
43.  August 10, 1984:  Final Congressional Approval for Daniel Boone Heritage Trail
44.  August 14, 1984:  Agriculture, Soil Conservation Funding for Emergency Protection Program
45.  August 23, 1984:      Fort Sanders-Sevier Medical Center Receives Matching Funds Grant
46.   August 23, 1984:      Matching Funds for Greeneville City Schools, Tusculum College and Laughlin Memorial
47.  September 5, 1984:  Pigeon Forge Awarded Grant from Economic Development Administration (EDA)
48.  September 11, 1984:  Urges Approval of Social Security Increase
49.  September 13, 1984:  VA Medical Center Selected for Vietnam Counseling Center
50.  September 20, 1984:  Bristol Receives Mass Transit Grant
51.  September 24, 1984:  Newport Housing Authority Receives Operating Subsidy Grant
52.  September 24, 1984:  Raytheon Receives Defense Contract
53.  September 24, 1984:  White Pine Receives Jobs Act Grant
54.  September 25, 1984:  Bristol Receives Money to Construct New Water Transmission Line
55.  September 26, 1984:  Crockett Development Corp., Greeneville
56.  September 26, 1984:  Douglas Adult Cooperative to Receive Loan
57.  September 26, 1984:  Easter Seals Receives Housing Loan
58.  September 26, 1984:  Greene County Vocational Training Program
59.  September 26, 1984:  Holston Development Corp. Receives Housing Loan
60.  September 26, 1984:  Steele Creek Housing Development Receives Loan
61.  September 28, 1984:  EPA Grant for Sewage Collection in Bulls Gap
62.  October 1, 1984:  ARC Grant for Relocation of Power Lines in Johnson City
63.  October 1, 1984:  ARC Grant to Sevierville Sanitary Sewer System
64.  October 2, 1984:  Bristol Receives Transportation Planning Grant
65.  October 18, 1984:  Johnson City Receives Transportation Assistance
66.  November 7, 1984:  Greeneville Airport Grant
67.  November 8, 1984:  Road Company Awarded Grant
68.  November 26, 1984:  Kingsport Housing Loan
69.  December 18, 1984:  Funding for Holston Defense Production of Explosives
70.  1984:  David Lilly Company Awarded Contract for Munitions Production
71.  1984:  Department of Interior Announces Grant for Jefferson County
72.  1984:  Questionnaires
73.  January 30, 1985:  Textile
74.  January 31, 1985:  Taxpayer Relief Act of 1985
75.  February 7, 1985:  Academy Nominations
76.  February 11, 1985:  Tri-City Airport Improvement Program
77.  February 14, 1985:  Norfolk Southern Corp. to Purchase Consolidated Rail Corp.
78.  March 5, 1985:  ARC Grant to Bristol
79.  March 5, 1985:  Contemporaneous Record Keeping Provisions of 1984 Tax Bill
80.  March 10, 1985:  Open Door Washington County
81.  April 2, 1985:  Interstate Highway 26
82.  April 29, 1985:  Vice President George Bush to Visit ETSU
83.  May 4, 1985: Vice President George Bush Visit’s ETSU
84.  May 10, 1985: Vice President George Bush Visit’s ETSU  
85.  May 29, 1985:  Contract to Raytheon – IR Maverick Missile Program
86.  May 29, 1985:  HUD Grant to Johnson City
87.  June 12, 1985:  Tax
88.  June 16, 1985:  Judge John Duncan
89.  June 19, 1985:  Tax
90.  June 28, 1985:  Bill to Designate “Stars and Stripes Forever” as National March
91.  July 19, 1985:  Quillen Requests Funding for US 23 Hwy
92.  July 25, 1985:  Construction Project at Veterans Administration (Mountain Home)
93.  July 31, 1985:  Funding for US 23 Erwin to N.C.
94.  July 1985:   Miscellaneous
95.  August 1, 1985:  Funding for Foothills Parkway
96.  August 2, 1985:  Approval 1986 Budget
97.  August 16, 1985:  Funding for Bristol’s Water Transmission
98.  November 1, 1985:  Families of Vietnam Servicemen Honored
99.  November 6, 1985:  Vietnam Servicemen Unaccounted For
100. November 7, 1985:  Social Security
101. November 13, 1985:  Funding to Complete Construction of Hospital at VA
102. November 19, 1985:  TVA Plans to Relinquish Phipps Bend
103. November 25, 1985:  Richard Barnwell Named Manager Knoxville HUD
104. December 4, 1985:  Textile Bill HR 1562
105. December 10, 1985:  Quillen and Dunn End Political Feud
106. December 23, 1985:  Williams Appointed to White House Conference on Small Business
107. 1985:  Academy Nominations

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1.    1985:  Funds Remain for VA Construction
2.    1985:  Quillen / Dunn
3.    1985:  VA Medical Center, Johnson City
4.    Spring 1986:  High School Graduates
5.    January 30, 1986:      Unemployment Report
6.    February 4, 1986:      Re-Appointment to U. S. Marshal’s Office
7.    March 25, 1986:  FAA Grant to Tri-City Airport
8.    March 26, 1986:  Education Grant to Tri-Cities State Technical Institute
9.    April 15, 1986:  Quillen Comments on U. S. Airstrikes Against Libya
10.  April 23, 1986:  Contract for VA Construction Phase II
11.  May 28, 1986:  Quillen Announces He Will Seek Re-Election
12.  June 3, 1986:  Raytheon Contract for Guidance, Control and Airframe of SM-2
13.  June 16, 1986:  Community Development Block Grant to Bristol
14.  June 19, 1986:  Public Health Grant to ETSU
15.  June 19, 1986:  Raytheon Receives Navy Contract
16.  July 11, 1986:  Tennessee Wilderness Act of 1986
17.  July 24, 1986:  HR 5166 Designating Land in Cherokee National Forest
18.  July 31, 1986:  Cherokee National Forest, Part I
19.  July 31, 1986:  Cherokee National Forest, Part II
20.  August 1, 1986:  Scenic Foothills Parkway
21.  September 5, 1986:  Quillen Receives 1986 National Security Leadership Award
22.  September 9, 1986:  HR 1917 Social Security
23.  September 11, 1986:  Judge Kenneth Porter
24.  September 23, 1986:  Tax Reform Bill
25.  September 1986:  Revenue Sharing
26.  October 9, 1986:  Quillen Appreciation Reception
27.  October 10, 1986:  Re-Election News Conference at Bristol College
28.  October 13, 1986:   Quillen Prepares for Ten County Visit Prior to Re-Election
29.  October 21, 1986:   Quillen Seeks 13th Term
30.  December 4, 1986:  Unisys Corporation Plant (Sperry) Bristol
31.  December 4, 1986, Jan 14, 1986, July 1 - 2 1987:  Sperry Unisys
32.  1986:  Champion Corporation Meets With Quillen Re: Pigeon River
33.  1986:  Radon
34.  1986:  Tobacco
35.  1986:  Tri-Cities Airport
36.  January 15, 1987:  Texas Instruments, Johnson City
37.  January 22, 1987:         Federal Highway Bill
38.  January 28, 1987:         Repeal of Section 134 of Tax Reform Act 1986
39.  January 28, 1987:         Tax Sales Bill
40.  February 4, 1987:         Sale of U. S. Forest Service Land
41.  February 6, 1987:         Service Academy Nominations
42.  February 25, 1987:  Texaco Sells NFS Stock
43.  February 27, 1987:  Quillen Comments On Tower Commission Report
44.  February 27, 1987:  Baker Named White House Chief of Staff
45.  February 27, July 24-30, 1987:  Tennessee Employment / Unemployment
46.  March 3, May 4-27, 1987:  Unicoi Land
47.  March 13, 1987:  Army Grant for Holston Defense
48.  March 18, 1987:  Federal Highway Bill
49.  April 13, July 30, 1987:  Raytheon
50.  April 10, 1987:  Release of Biographical Sketch of Ruth M. Robinson
51.  May 8, 1987:  Quillen Displeased with Pigeon River Pollution Cleanup
52.  May 18, 1987:  Approval of Federal Highway Bill Conference Report
53.  May 21, 1987:  Land Bill for National Cemetery at Andrew Johnson National Historic Site
54.  June 8, 1987:  ARC Grants Provided Since 1965
55.  June 17, 1987:  Kingsport – Community Development Block Grant
56.  June 25, 1987:  Tax Reform
57.  June, 1987:  Super Collider

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1.    July 13, 1987:  Grant for Tri-Cities State Technical Institute
2.    July 17, 1987:  Jacob’s Creek Job Corps
3.    July 20, 1987:  Sunbelt Caucus
4.    July 31, 1987:  Open Door, Washington County
5.    August 4, 1987: Heiskell Winstead
6.    August 8, 1987:  Open Door, Washington County
7.    August 10, 1987:        Tennessee Republican Party
8.    August 15, 1987:      Open Door, Cocke County
9.    September 3, 1987:  Mrs. Quillen Recovering After Surgery
10.  September 11, 1987:  TVA
11.  September 12, 1987:  Open Door, Greene County
12.  September 12, 1987:  Open Door, Hawkins County
13.  September 16, 1987:  Textile Apparel Trade Act
14.  September 18, 1987:  Open Door, Sullivan County
15.  September 22, 1987:  Bill for 120 Bed Nursing Home at VA
16.  September 28, 1987:  Twin Cities Development (Bristol)
17.  October 2, 1987:  National Bicentennial Competition on the Constitution and Bill of Rights (Rasnake Bicentennial School Project)
18.  October 13, 1987:  “Stars and Stripes Forever” Bill
19.  October 8, 1987:  Kingsport Housing Grant
20.  October 27, 1987:  National Quality First Day
21.  October, 1987:  Al Schmutzer, Jr.
22.  November 11, 1987:  Jonathon Fitts Honored for Veterans Administration Heroism
23.  November 17, 1987:  Don Arnold Named to Bush Campaign in Washington County
24.  November 20, 1987:  Army Contract to Holston Defense
25.  November 24, 1987:  Ronnie Greer Named to Head Bush Campaign in Greene County
26.  November, 1987:  Election Campaign
27.  1987:  Federal Bankruptcy Court Move (Johnson City/Greeneville)
28.  November, 1987:      Pigeon River Pollution
29.  December 1, 1987:  “Stars and Stripes Forever,” America’s National March
30.  December 11, 1987:  Barbara McAndrew Named to Head Bush’s Campaign, Jefferson County
31.  December 14, 1987:  Grant for Kingsport Retired Senior Volunteer Program
32.  December 16, 1987:  Pollution of Pigeon River
33.  1987:  Congressional Research Service, Part 1
34.  1987:  Congressional Research Service, Part 2
35.  1987:  The Highlands Bulletin
36.  1987:  Open Door, Jefferson County
37.  1987:  Open Door, Johnson County
38.  1987:  Open Door, Sevier County
39.  1987:  Open Door, Unicoi County
40.  1987:  Rural Health Consortium
41.  1987:  Open Door, Carter County
42.  1987:  Open Doors, Hawkins and Greene Counties
43.  1987:  Sevier County
44.  1987:  Sikhs
45.  1987:  Smokies
46.  1987:  Stars and Stripes, Part 1
47.  1987:  Stars and Stripes, Part 2
48.  1987:  Ten Years of Policy Review
49.  1987:  Trade
50.  1987:  Tri-Cities Airport

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1.    January 5, 1988:  ETSU Flag Flies in D. C. Office
2.    January 13, 1988:  Pigeon River – Letter to EPA
3.    February 7, 1988:      Bush Visit to First District
4.    February 9, 1988:      Academy Nominations
5.    February 19, 1988:  Bush to Visit Kingsport
6.    February 19, 1988:  George Bush Rally
7.    February 25, 1988:  Bush to Visit Kingsport
8.    March 3, 1988:  Barbara Bush to Visit Jonesboro
9.    March 8, 1988:  Statement on Bush Victory
10.  March 16, 1988:  Political Apathy Speech
11.  March 25, 1988:  Burlington Industries Closes in Mountain City
12.  April 8, 1988:  General Surgeon for Johnson County Memorial Hospital, Mountain City
13.  May 8, 1988:  Re-Election 14th Term
14.  June 9, 1988:  Re-Election Endorsement
15.  June 15, 1988:  Quillen Appointed to House and Senate Conference Committee
16.  June 20, 1988:  Tri-City Airport Renovation Grant
17.  June, 1988:  John Duncan Dies
18.  June, 1988:  Re-Election, 14th Term
19.  July 6, 1988:  Tri-City Regional Airport Renovation Grant
20.  August 4, 1988:  Republican Primary Results
21.  August 8, 1988:  Questionnaire
22.  August 12, 1988:  Quillen Gives Tomatoes to Claude Pepper
23.  August 25, 1988:  ETSU Grant for Public Television System for Instructional Purposes
24.  September 13, 1988:  ARC Funds Requested for Ambulatory Care and Diagnostic Center, Johnson County
25.  October 3, 1988:  Golden Bulldog Award
26.  October 4, 1988:  Bush/Quayle District Headquarters, Kingsport
27.  October 8, 1988:  Bush/Quayle District Headquarters Opens
28.  October 11, 1988:  Quayle to Visit ETSU
29.  October 16, 1988:   Dan Quayle to Visit ETSU 
30.  October 18, 1988:   Dan Quayle Rally at ETSU  
31.  October 20, 1988:   Dan Quayle Visits Johnson City
32.  October 24, 1988:   Re-Election, 14th Term
33.  October 28, 1988:   Re-Election, 14th Term
34.  November 1, 1988:  Re-Election, Johnson County
35.  November 2, 1988:  Re-Election Campaign, Carter County
36.  November 2, 1988:  Re-Election Campaign, Washington County
37.  November 2, 1988:  Re-Election 14th Term
38.  November 7, 1988:  Dorothy Bush LeBland Campaigns for Bush
39.  November 7, 1988:  Election Results
40.  November 9, 1988:  Election Victory
41.  January 1989:  Highlights 101st Congress
42.  February 4, 1989:      Pay Increase for Members of Congress – Quillen Opposed
43.  February 15, 1989:  Lincoln Day Dinner
44.  April 6, 1989:  Merit Shop Award
45.  April 30, 1989:  Outstanding Service Award
46.  May 31, 1989:  Raytheon Contract
47.  June 2, 1989:  Raytheon Contract
48.  June 16, 1989:  Johnson County Hospital
49.  August 11, 1989:        FHA/Barton A. Hawkins
50.  August 14, 1989:      Open Door, Unicoi County
51.  August 21, 1989:      NEA Grant for The Road Company, Johnson City
52.  August 21, 1989:      Open Door, Jefferson County
53.  August 21, 1989:      Open Door, Sevier County
54.  August 29, 1989:      Tennessee Young Republican Federation/Terry Vaughan
55.  August 31, 1989:      ARC Grant to Construct Sewer System to Phipps Bend Industrial Park, Hawkins County
56.  August, 1989:  Republican Party, Education
57.  September 1, 1989:  Open Door, Carter County
58.  September 5, 1989:  Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Grant to Rural Health Services Consortium of Upper East Tennessee
59.  September 5, 1989:  George Bush – Drug Abuse Policy
60.  September 5, 1989:  Open Door, Hawkins County
61.  September 5, 1989:  Open Door, Johnson County
62.  September 11, 1989:  HUD Funds for Greeneville Housing Authority
63.  September 12, 1989:  HUD Funds for Bristol Housing Authority
64.  September 12, 1989:  Open Door, Greene County
65.  September 18, 1989:  Elizabethton Housing Authority Funding
66.  September 19, 1989:  Open Door, Sullivan County
67.  September 23, 1989:  Open Door, Sullivan County
68.  September 26, 1989:  Phipps Bend Industrial Park, Hawkins County
69.  September 28, 1989:  Kingsport Public Library Grant
70.  September 29, 1989:  Federal Funds for Holston Mental Health Institute and Rainbow Homes, Kingsport
71.  September 29, 1989:  HUD Funds for Pigeon Forge
72.  October 2, 1989:  EPA Funds for ETSU Environmental Health Department
73.  November 22, 1989:  National Board of the Emergency Food & Shelter (EFS) Program Funds for First District
74.  December 12, 1989:  Johnson County Airport Grant
75.  December 12, 1989:  Submarine “Greeneville”
76.  December 1989:  Republican Parts Update
77.  January 4, 1990:  First Utility District, Hawkins County, Grant
78.  February 2, 1990:         Holston Defense Corporation Contract
79.  February 5, 1990:         ETSU Summer School of the South
80.  February 13, 1990:  “Spirit of Enterprise” Award
81.  March 8, 1990:  National Citizens Action Network Award (NCAN)
82.  March 8, 1990: National Citizens Action Network Award Honors Quillen
83.  March 9, 1990:  Holston Defense Corporation Contract
84.  March 26, 1990:  Rural Community Health Services, Inc., Cocke County Grant
85.  March 28, 1990:  Bristol’s Transit and System Grant
86.  March 30, 1990:  Golden Bulldog Award
87.  April 3, 1990:  ETSU Department of Family Medicine Grant
88.  April 4, 1990:  HUD Grant to Erwin Housing Authority
89.  April 11, 1990:  Rural Health Services Consortium Funding
90.  April 12, 1990:  Elizabethton Housing Authority Subsidy
91.  April 23, 1990:  Greeneville Housing Authority Funds
92.  April 30, 1990:  Outstanding Service Award
93.  May 1, 1990:  Jefferson City Housing Authority Funds
94.  May 1, 1990:  Kingsport Housing Authority Funds
95.  May 1, 1990:  Quillen College of Medicine Grant
96.  May 2, 1990:  Quillen College of Medicine Funds
97.  May 2, 1990:  Unicoi County Water Project Funds
98.  May 3, 1990:  Mosheim City Park Funds
99.  May 3, 1990:  Ralph Stout Park Funds, Mountain City
100. May 3, 1990:  Sevierville City Park Funds
101. May 7, 1990:      Cocke County High School Asbestos Removal Grant
102. May 7, 1990:      Greene County School Asbestos Removal Grant
103. May 11, 1990:   The Family and Freedom Award
104. May 18, 1990:   Eagle of Freedom Award
105. May 21, 1990:   Tri-City Regional Airport Funds
106. May 31, 1990:   Rocky Mount 200th Anniversary
107. June 6, 1990:      EDA Grant for Loan Program to Aid Business Start-ups and Promote Jobs in Northeast Tennessee
108. June 6, 1990:      Spur Tunnel on US 441 Enlargement
109. June 7, 1990:      National Forest Receipts to 7 Counties
110. June 7, 1990:      Washington County Board of Education Funds
111. June 8, 1990:      FAA, Tri-City Regional Airport
112. June 14, 1990:  “Eagle of Freedom” Award
113. June 28, 1990:   FAA Attempt to Tamper with Operations at Tri-City Regional Airport
114. June 28, 1990:   VA Funds for Laundry and Warehouse Complex
115. July 1, 1990:      Johnson City Transit System Funds
116. July 7, 1990:      Cocke County School System Funds
117. July 9, 1990:      Mountain City Water Treatment Facility Loan
118. July 12, 1990:         ETSU Quillen College of Medicine Grant
119. July 18, 1990:          Golden Plow Award
120. July 18, 1990:         Head Start Programs Grants
121. July 19, 1990:         Bristol Receives Community Development Block Grant
122. July 23, 1990:         Golden Plow Award
123. July 24, 1990:         Mountain Electric Services Grant
124. July 27, 1990:         Holston Defense Corporation Contract
125. July 31, 1990:         Spur Tunnel, US 441 Enlargement
126. August 1, 1990:  Ducks Unlimited, Inc. Honors Quillen
127. August 4, 1990:  U. S. Attorney Position, Middle District

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1.    August 6, 1990:  Johnson City Housing Authority Subsidy
2.    August 6, 1990:  Newport Housing Authority Subsidy
3.    August 7, 1990:  Bryan Adams/Watercolors
4.    August 8, 1990:  ARC Funds and FHA Funds for Water Service to Future State Prison Site, Mountain City
5.    August 8, 1990:  Water Service to Future Prison Site, Mountain City
6.    August 8, 1990:  Iraq’s Saddam Hussein
7.    August 13, 1990:      Phipps Bend Auto Plant
8.    August 15, 1990:      ARC and FHA Funds for Water Service to Future Prison Site, Mountain City
9.    August 15, 1990:      Nuclear Fuel Services, Erwin, Contract
10.  August 24, 1990:      ETSU Student Support Services Funds
11.  August 28, 1990:      ARC, Phipps Bend Industrial Park
12.  September 5, 1990:  ARC Grant to Update Sewer Lines, Mountain City
13.  September 7, 1990:  Elizabethton’s Public Housing Grant
14.  September 7, 1990:  Greeneville’s Public Housing Grant
15.  September 7, 1990:  Kingsport’s Public Housing Funds
16.  September 7, 1990:  Newport’s Public Housing Grant
17.  September 14, 1990:  Ten-Tec Inc., Sevierville Contract
18.  September 20, 1990:  Kingsport Housing Authority Federal Drug Elimination Grant
19.  September 25, 1990:  ETSU’s Hazardous Waste Management Institute Grant
20.  September 25, 1990:  Jonesborough Elderly Housing Grant
21.  September 25, 1990:  Jonesborough Housing Grant
22.  September 27, 1990:  Bristol, Tennessee Board of Education Grant
23.  September 27, 1990:  Johnson City’s Housing Authority Funds
24.  September 27, 1990:  Kingsport Housing Authority
25.  September 28, 1990:  Bristol’s Transit Authority Grant
26.  September 28, 1990:  Kingsport Transportation Funding
27.  October 8, 1990:  ETSU Substance Abuse Grant
28.  October 9, 1990:  DHHS Honors Sullivan County Regional Health Department, Blountville
29.  October 20, 1990:  VA New Laundry Facility and Warehouse
30.  October 26, 1990:   Math and Science Conference Report
31.  October, 1990:  Tennessee College Republican Federation Education Reform
32.  November 6, 1990:  Quillen’s 29th Year
33.  December 4, 1990:  Quillen Named Republican Chairman Emeritus of House Rules Committee
34.  December 10, 1990:  Raytheon Contract
35.  December 14, 1990:  Hawkins County Adult Literacy Program Grant
36.  December 19, 1990:  TVA Lake Level Policy
37.  January 29, 1991:         Blue Springs Utility District, Carter County Funding
38.  January 30, 1991:  Tri-City Regional Airport Security Funding
39.  February 7, 1991:         Holston Defense Corporation Contract
40.  February 8, 1991:         Raytheon Contract
41.  February 21, 1991:  Delfasco Contract
42.  February 21, 1991:  Johnson County Industrial Expansion Grant
43.  February 26, 1991:  Sinking Creek Film Celebration, NEA Grant
44.  February 28, 1991:  Minority High School Student Support, ETSU Grant
45.  February 1991:  “Our Past: A Present to Our Future”
46.  March 5, 1991:  Chuckey Utility District Greene County Grant
47.  March 5, 1991:  South Bristol’s Weaver Pike Utility District Loan
48.  March 20, 1991:  Legislative Priorities of 102nd Congress
49.  March 22, 1991:  Judgeship Position Available
50.  March 22, 1991:  Phipps Bend Industrial Park
51.  March 26, 1991:  Persia Utility District, Hawkins County Funds
52.  March 28, 1991:  Bristol Transit System Grand
53.  March 30, 1991:  Lee Atwater Death
54.  April 9, 1991:  Bulls Gap Waste Water Treatment Facilities Grant
55.  April 10, 1991:  Cross Anchor Utility District, Greene County Funds
56.  April 17, 1991:  Rural Health Services Consortium Grant
57.  April 25, 1991:  Asbestos Removal from Area Schools
58.  April 25, 1991:  Carter County Schools Asbestos Removal Grant
59.  April 25, 1991:  Cocke County High School Asbestos Removal
60.  April 25, 1991:  Greene County School Asbestos Removal Grant
61.  April 25, 1991:  Hawkins County Elementary School Asbestos Removal
62.  April 26, 1991:  Raytheon Contract
63.  May 3, 1991:  ARC Funds for Water Projects, Mountain City
64.  May 9, 1991:  Foothills Parkway
65.  May 9, 1991:  Holston Defense Contract
66.  May 10, 1991:  Air Show at Tri-City Airport
67.  May 14, 1991:  Northeast Tennessee Area Health Education Center at ETSU
68.  May 21, 1991:  Greene County Water Service Grant
69.  May 23, 1991:  Air Show at Tri-City Airport
70.  July 3, 1991:  Bristol HUD Grant
71.  July 3, 1991:  ETSU School of Nursing Grant
72.  July 26, 1991:  Foothills Parkway Funding
73.  July 29, 1991:  Bays Mountain Nature Park Funds
74.  July 30, 1991:  Kingsport Wastewater Treatment Facility EPA Funds
75.  August 2, 1991:  Bluff City FHA Grant for Water System
76.  August 2, 1991:  North Greene Utility District, Inc. Funds for Water Treatment
77.  August 2, 1991:  Open Door, Washington County
78.  August 8, 1991:  Open Door, Cocke County
79.  August 8, 1991:  Open Door, Unicoi County
80.  August 9, 1991:  Open Door, Washington County
81.  August 13, 1991:        Phipps Bend – Auto Parts Manufacturing
82.  August 15, 1991:      Gatlinburg, National Park Service
83.  August 15, 1991:      Open Door, Jefferson County
84.  August 15, 1991:      Open Door, Sevier County
85.  August 19, 1991:      ETSU Grant to Fight Drug Abuse
86.  August 26, 1991:      Jefferson County REA Loan
87.  August 29, 1991:      Open Door, Johnson County
88.  September 3, 1991:  The Road Company of Johnson City, NEA Grant
89.  September 9, 1991:  Open Door, Hawkins County
90.  September 10, 1991:  Johnson City’s Housing Authority, HUD Grant
91.  September 10, 1991:  Kingsport Housing Authority Grant
92.  September 10, 1991:  Rogersville Housing Authority
93.  September 10, 1991:  Sevierville Housing Authority HUD Funds
94.  September 16, 1991:  HUD Grant for Rental Units
95.  September 19, 1991:  The Road Company of Johnson City NEA Grant
96.  September 19, 1991:  Nickel for America Gas Tax Increase
97.  September 19, 1991:  Open Door, Sullivan County
98.  September 27, 1991:  Middle Tennessee District, U. S. Attorney Earnest Williams
99.  September 30, 1991:  Kingsport Transit System Grant
100. October 1, 1991:  Johnson City Authority Grant to Fight Drug Abuse
101. October 4, 1991:  Johnson City Receives EPA Award for Wastewater Treatment Facility
102. October 4, 1991:  The Mountain Electric Cooperative Loan for Child Development Center
103. October 4, 1991:  Quillen College of Medicine Grant
104. October 8, 1991:  Erwin Housing Authority Grant
105. October 22, 1991:  Federal Judgeship, Middle Tennessee District – Robert L. Echols
106. October 24, 1991:  Raytheon Contract
107. October 25, 1991:  Republican Governor Election
108. November 13, 1991:  Raytheon Contract
109. December 2, 1991:  Sound Dollar Award
110. December 3, 1991:  Foothills Parkway and Sullivan County Clover-Leaf Project Funding
111. December 20, 1991:  Raytheon Contract
112. 1991:  Upper East Tennessee Human Development Agency Funding
113. January 3, 1992:  Raytheon Contract
114. January 28, 1992:  Raytheon Contract
115. February 20, 1992:  Rural Health Services Consortium of Upper East Tennessee
116. February 23, 1992:  Lincoln Day Dinner/Howard Baker
117. February 26, 1992:  Lincoln Day Dinner
118. February 27, 1992:  Dan Quayle to Tour Eastman
119. March 2, 1992:  Dan Quayle Tours Eastman
120. March 6, 1992:  ETSU’s Minority High School Student Research Apprentice Program
121. March 10, 1992:  ETSU Grant – Subcellular Neurobiology of Transmitter Release Research
122. March 12, 1992:  Holston Electric Cooperative Loan
123. March 24, 1992:  Johnson County Loan for Water System Upgrade
124. March 31, 1992:  Bristol Transportation Grant
 
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1.    April 8, 1992:  ETSU’s School of Nursing Grant
2.    April 21, 1992:   Kingsport Housing Authority’s Youth Sports Program Grant
3.    April 29, 1992:  ETSU Department of Pharmacology and Department of Family Medicine Grants
4.    May 2, 1992:  Jefferson County Farmer’s Market
5.    May 7, 1992:  Bulls Gap Funds (RDA)
6.    May 7, 1992:  Mountain City Funds (RDA)
7.    May 8, 1992:  Holston Electric Cooperative loan, Hawkins County
8.    May 19, 1992:  ETSU College of Medicine Grant
9.    June 3, 1992:  Tusculum College Grant
10.  June 10, 1992:  Greene County Water Service Grant
11.  June 10, 1992:  Hawkins County RDA Funds
12.  June 15, 1992:  Bristol HUD Funds
13.  June 15, 1992:  Elizabethton HUD Funds
14.  June 15, 1992:  Jefferson City HUD Funds
15.  June 15, 1992:  Newport HUD Funds
16.  June 16, 1992:  Project HOPE (Home Ownership and Opportunity for People Everywhere)
17.  June 24, 1992:  Sevier County 4-H Club Grant
18.  June 26, 1992:  Church Hill Housing Development Corp. Loan Approval
19.  July 1, 1992:  Northeast State Technical Community College Grant
20.  July 1, 1992:  Tusculum College Grant
21.  July 9, 1992:  Johnson City Grant
22.  July 16, 1992:  ETSU Upward Bound Grant
23.  July 24, 1992:  Mount Carmel – Federal Loan Approval
24.  July 28, 1992:  Powell Valley Electric Co-Op of Tazwell Loan Approval
25.  July 29, 1992:  ETSU Upward Bound Grant
26.  August 4, 1992:  Greeneville Housing Grant
27.  August 10, 1992:        ETSU Grant
28.  September 2, 1992:  ETSU School of Nursing Grant
29.  September 24, 1992:  Kingsport Housing Authority Grant
30.  September 24, 1992:  ETSU Grant (Ronald E. McNair Program)
31.  September 24, 1992:  Johnson City Housing Authority
32.  September 25, 1992:  Bluff City Rural Health Services Consortium Grant
33.  October 2, 1992:  Greene County Grant – Bath House at Kinser Park
34.  October 7, 1992:  ETSU Medical School Funding
35.  October 8, 1992:  Quillen Endorsed by National Vietnam Vet Coalition
36.  November 6, 1992:   Raytheon Contract
37.  January 12, 1993:         Raytheon Contract
38.  January 20, 1993:         Lincoln Day Dinner – Phil Gramm, Texas
39.  January 29, 1993:         Lincoln Day Dinner – Phil Gramm, Texas
40.  March 2, 1993:  Rural Health Services Consortium of Upper East Tennessee
41.  March 17, 1993:  Quillen Recovering from Heart Surgery
42.  April 16, 1993:  Quillen Recovering from Heart Bypass
43.  May 3, 1993:  Quillen to Return to Work After Bypass Surgery
44.  May 16 1993:  Kick-Off Reception and Forum, Sullivan County
45.  May 21, 1993:  Johnson County Water System Funds
46.  June 14, 1993:  Honor Roll Award – Association Milk Procedures
47.  June 16, 1993:  Silver Helmet Award – AMVETS
48.  June 19, 1993:  Highway 441 Construction Funds
49.  June 21, 1993:  Cheney Award – Richard B. McNabb
50.  June 22, 1993:  Army National Guard Armory Funding
51.  August 8, 1993:  Bluff City – Political Races
52.  September 8, 1993:  Gatlinburg’s Smoky Mountain Lights Festival
53.  September 24, 1993:  Raytheon Contract
54.  October 4, 1993:  Nuclear Fuels Services (NFS), Erwin
55.  January 19, 1994:          Sevier and Blount Counties – New Post Office
56.  February 8, 1994:         Lincoln Day Dinner
57.  March 10, 1994:  Quillen Endorsed by U. S. Chamber of Commerce
58.  March 31, 1994:  Republican Party Unity
59.  May 5, 1994:  Raytheon Contract
60.  May 24, 1994:  Johnson County Army National Guard
61.  June 7, 1994:  Quillen Receives Spirit of Enterprise Award
62.  July 19, 1994:  Quillen Opposed to U. S. Citizen ID Cards
63.  July 27, 1994:  Dollywood – Attorney General Praises Accessibility to Disabilities
64.  July 27, 1994:  Quillen Receives Thomas Jefferson Award
65.  August 4, 1994:  Election Primary Victory
66.  October 18, 1994:   Jefferson County Republican Rally
67.  October 20, 1994:   Randle Richardson to Hold News Conference
68.  October 21, 1994:   George Bush to Visit Appalachian Fairgrounds, Gray
69.  October 24, 1994:   “Guardian of Seniors’ Rights” Award
70.  October 24, 1994:   George Bush’s Visit, Appalachian Fairgrounds
71.  October 27, 1994:   Family Research Council of Washington Recognition
72.  October 31, 1994:   Quillen to Visit Johnson County
73.  November 8, 1994:  Election – Winning Thanks
74.  December 13, 1994:  Quillen Helps King College Chain Matching Grant
75.  January 24, 1995:         Quillen Comments on Clinton
76.  February 13, 1995:  Quillen Named to Republican Policy Committee of the House
77.  February 23, 1995:   Rural Health Services Consortium of Upper East Tennessee
78.  March 8, 1995:  Raytheon Contract
79.  April 10, 1995:  Open Door Meetings
80.  April 13, 1995:  Open Door, Cocke County
81.  April 13, 1995:  Open Door, Johnson County
82.  April 13, 1995:  Open Door, Unicoi County
83.  April 13, 1995:  Open Door, Washington County
84.  April, 1995:  Delfasco Contract
85.  April, 1995:  Holston Defense Corporation Contract
86.  April, 1995:  Quillen and WWII Vets Honored by the National Archives
87.  May 11, 1995:  Raytheon
88.  June 22, 1995:  National Guard Armory for Johnson City
89.  August 4, 1995:  Open Door, Jefferson County
90.  August 4, 1995:  Open Door, Sevier County
91.  August 14, 1995:  Open Door, Sullivan County
92.  August 15, 1995:      Open Door, Hancock County
93.  August 22, 1995:      Open Door, Carter County
94.  August 22, 1995:      Open Door, Hawkins County
95.  September 8, 1995:  National Storytelling Center in Jonesborough, Grant
96.  September 20, 1995:  Army National Guard Armory, Johnson City
97.  November 8, 1995:  Raytheon
98.  1995:  Rural Health Services Consortium of Upper East Tennessee
99.  January 31, 1996:         Erwin’s Nuclear Fuel Services Contract
100. March 7, 1996:  Raytheon Contract
101. March 11, 1996:  Rural Health Services Consortium of Upper East Tennessee
102. May 8, 1996:      Quillen Retirement
103. May 14, 1996:   Quillen Interview with Sam Brown
104. May 18, 1996:   Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association – Quillen Appreciation

Box 418

1.    Undated:      Americans for Constitutional Action
2.    Undated:      (Early) Appointment to Rules Sub Committee
3.    Undated:      Army Field Band Concert at ETSU
4.    Undated:      Baker Welcoming (Rep. Irene B. Baker), Second District
5.    Undated:      Beef and Meat Product Imports
6.    Undated:      Bemberg Industries Applies for On-The-Job Training
7.    Undated:      Big Springs Bridge Funding
8.    Undated:      Birthday Party (Quillen)
9.    Undated:      Brantley Blue (Indian Claims Committee Appointment
10.  Undated:      Burley Tobacco Farm Marketing Quotas
11.  Undated:      Earl L. Butz, Secretary of Agriculture
12.  Undated:      Comments Regarding President Carter’s “Crisis of Confidence” Speech
13.  Undated:      Jimmy Carter – Open Door Promise
14.  Undated:      Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Foreign Radio Broadcast Translation
15.  Undated:      Cherry Blossom Princess – Charlotte Ann Bush
16.  Undated:      Cherokee Park – Hamblen County Improvements
17.  Undated:      Cocke County Disaster Area
18.  Undated:      Charles Cross Heads Up 1st District Young Republicans
19.  Undated:      “Congressman of the Week”
20.  Undated:      Convention Highlights
21.  Undated:      Dandridge Ceremony for Dandridge Wastewater Treatment Plant
22.  Undated:      Deductions for Teachers
23.  Undated:      Del Rio Post Office
24.  Undated:      Disaster Areas – Six Counties Declared
25.  Undated:      East Tennessee State University Award from Economic Opportunity Act
26.  Undated:      East Tennessee State University Medical School
27.  Undated:      Egypt and Israel Peace Treaty
28.  Undated:      Wayne Eldreth-James H. Quillen with Kingsport Soap Box Derby Winner
29.  Undated:      Erwin Vocational School
30.  Undated:      Ethics (Code Of)
31.  Undated:      Ethics of Federal Employees
32.  Undated:      Elizabethton Beaunit Fiber Plant Award
33.  Undated:      Farmer’s Home Administration Loans and Grants
34.  Undated:      Federal Funds for Public Work
35.  Undated:      Federal Land Bank Receives Quillen Praise
36.  Undated:      Fibers Sold to Republic of Korea and Turkey
37.  Undated:      First District Republicans Election of Committee Officers
38.  Undated:      First District Wide Senior Citizens Forum
39.  Undated:      Fishery Services Project Gatlinburg
40.  Undated:      Foothills Parkway
41.  Undated:      Gerald Ford, Vice President
42.  Undated:      George Fry/Great Smoky Mountains National Park
43.  Undated:      Gas Allocation: Tennessee Receives Additional
44.  Undated:      General Federation of Women’s Clubs (75th Anniversary)
45.  Undated:      George Bush/Dan Quayle Campaign Headquarters, Kingsport
46.  Undated:      Geothermal Energy, Congressman Lujan’s Amendment
47.  Undated:      Great Smoky Mountains National Park/Trout
48.  Undated:      Guaranda Friendship Garden
49.  Undated:      Guardian of Small Business Award
50.  Undated:      Gun Control Act (Repeal of 1968)
51.  Undated:      Hamblen County to Receive Grants
52.  Undated:      Hawkins County Water Systems Loans
53.  Undated:      Floyd E. Hensley, “Policeman of the Year”
54.  Undated:      Coach Frosty Holt Named First Congressional District Chairman of Coaches and Athletes
55.  Undated:      House Rules Committee
56.  Undated:      Immigration Bill – House Leadership Initiates Discharge Move
57.  Undated:      Imports (Impact of Excessiveness)
58.  Undated:      Indian Grave Gap Road
59.  Undated:      Interstate Highway System
60.  Undated:      Jefferson County Public Health Service Award
61.  Undated:      Jimmy Quillen Appreciation Reception, Carter County
62.  Undated:      Jimmy Quillen Appreciation Day, Cocke County
63.  Undated:      Jimmy Quillen Appreciation Day, Greene County
64.  Undated:      Jimmy Quillen Day, Hawkins County
65.  Undated:      Jimmy Quillen Day, Jefferson County
66.  Undated:      Jimmy Quillen Appreciation Day, Johnson County
67.  Undated:      Jimmy Quillen Day Observance, Unicoi County
68.  Undated:      Andrew Johnson Home Site
69.  Undated:      Andrew Johnson's Grave Honored
70.  Undated:      Andrew Johnson National Monument
71.  Undated:      Donald Johnson Resigns from Veterans Administration
72.  Undated:      T. D. Johnson, Jr. Recommended as Director of Tobacco Division
73.  Undated:      Dr. William Kenny
74.  Undated:      Lead and Zinc Act of 1965
75.  Undated:      “Legion Story”
76.  Undated:      Legislative Questionnaires to be Mailed
77.  Undated:      Lincoln Day
78.  Undated:      Robert N. McInturff, Chair First District Republican Congressional Committee and Betty Jo Montgomery as Vice Chair
79.  Undated:      Media Mailing Lists
80.  Undated:      Wilford Metcalf
81.  Undated:      Metro Police Force – Washington DC
82.  Undated:      Mountain City ARC Projects Funding
83.  Undated:      Mountain Electric Cooperative – Johnson County (Loan)
84.  Undated:      National Associated Businessmen (NAB) Names Quillen most “Fiscally Responsible”
85.  Undated:      National Student Defense Student Loan Funds
86.  Undated:      National Forest Land Transfer/Cocke County
87.  Undated:      National Security Leadership Award
88.  Undated:      Natural Gas Shortage Statement
89.  Undated:      Nixon Designates Quillen as Personal Representative
90.  Undated:      Non-commissioned Officers Association (NCOA) Vote Tally
91.  Undated:      Notch – 55
92.  Undated:      Oil Painting Presented to Quillen
93.  Undated:      Operation Mainstream Programs Grants
94.  Undated:      Opposition to Discontinue of Research Programs
95.  Undated:      Orderly Textile Trade
96.  Undated:      Outstanding Service Award
97.  Undated:      Panama Canal Treaty
98.  Undated:      Park, Tongsun Relationship to Tennessee
99.  Undated:      People to People Ambassadors
100. Undated:  Pigeon Forge Funding for: Water Line Extension
101. Undated:  Plan Presented to VA for Medical School in Johnson City
102. Undated:  Playing Politics
103. Undated:  Poor Peoples Campaign
104. Undated:  Prayer in Schools
105. Undated:  Preventive Medicine in First District
106. Undated:  Questionnaire Acknowledgement Post Cards

Box 419

1.    Undated:      Quillen Appointed General Member of the National Guests Committee of the American Legion
2.    Undated:      Quillen Background Info
3.    Undated:      Quillen on GOP Leadership
4.    Undated:      Quillen Named to Republican Committee on Committees
5.    Undated:      Quillen Presents Lyndon B. Johnson with Gavel
6.    Undated:      Quillen Renomination for Re-Election
7.    Undated:      Quillen Talks to 4-H Citizenship Group
8.    Undated:      Quillen Wins Election
9.    Undated:      Quillen Works for Tax Relief
10.  Undated:      Capt. James Eddie Reed Awarded the Silver Star and Air Medal
11.  Undated:      Re-Election 1988
12.  Undated:      Re-Election Campaign 7th Term
13.  Undated:      Republican Homecoming
14.  Undated:      Republican Nominees/Breakfast
15.  Undated:      Resignation of Vice President
16.  Undated:      Russellville Pike Industrial Access Funding
17.  Undated:      Sevierville Community Outdoor Recreational Facility
18.  Undated:      Sgt. Showalter/General MacArthur’s Funeral
19.  Undated:      Social Security Administration/Greeneville Office
20.  Undated:      Social Security Benefits – 100% to Widows
21.  Undated:      Social Security Office to Open in Greeneville
22.  Undated:      “Spirit of America” Award
23.  Undated:      “State of Union Address – Reagan”
24.  Undated:      “Statement on Ford’s State of the Union Address”
25.  Undated:      Sympathy for President Dwight David Eisenhower
26.  Undated:      Talking Points on HR 1183
27.  Undated:      Tax Bill
28.  Undated:      Tax Cuts Radio Spot
29.  Undated:      Jerry Teague/Sullivan County Republicans
30.  Undated:      Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)
31.  Undated:      TVA Emergency Jobs Bill
32.  Undated:      Text of Radio Tapes Sent Out Before August 6 Primary
33.  Undated:      Tobacco Allotments Cut
34.  Undated:      Tri-City Airport Access Road
35.  Undated:      USS Antietam
36.  Undated:      USS Pueblo North Korean Crisis
37.  Undated:      Veterans Administration Hospital
38.  Undated:      Veterans Administration/Medical School Funding
39.  Undated:      Veterans Administration Medical School and Health Manpower Training Act, Support of
40.  Undated:      Veterans Administration Plans to Modernize Surgical Suite
41.  Undated:      Commander Joseph L. Vicites Tours Veterans Administration and ETSU
42.  Undated:      Vietnam Petition
43.  Undated:      Welcome to Newest Member of Congress
44.  Undated:      Zinc Bill

Sub-series IV-E,
SPEECHES, 1962-1996 and undated, Boxes 419-423.


Box 419

45.  Speeches, 1962
46.  Speeches, 1963
47.  1963-66 Speech Material
48.  Speeches, 1964
49.  Speeches, 1965

Box 420

1.    1965-1971      Speech Dates
2.    Speeches, 1966
3.    Speeches, 1967
4.    Speeches, 1968
5.    Speeches, 1968: Claiborne, William Charles Cole, Part 1
6.    Speeches, 1968: Claiborne, William Charles Cole, Part 2
7.    Speeches, 1968: Claiborne, William Charles Cole, Part 3
8.    Speeches, 1968: Claiborne, William Charles Cole, Part 4
9.    Speeches, 1969
10.  Speeches, 1970

Box 421

1.    Speeches, 1971
2.    Speeches,1972
3.    Speeches, 1973, Part 1
4.    Speeches, 1973, Part 2
5.    Speeches, 1974
6.    Speeches, 1975
7.    Speeches, 1976
8.    Speeches, 1977
9.    Speeches, 1978
10.  Speeches, 1980
11.  Speeches, 1981
12.  Speeches, 1982
13.  Speeches, 1983
14.  Speeches, 1984
15.  Speeches, 1985
16.  Speeches, 1986

Box 422

1.    Speeches, 1987, Part 1
2.    Speeches, 1987, Part 2
3.    Speeches, 1990
4.    Speeches, 1991
5.    Speeches, 1992
6.    Speeches, 1996
7.    Undated:    Quillen Statement
8.    Undated:      Quillen’s Speech for ETSU Medical School Graduates
9.    Undated:      Quillen’s Speech to Medical School Graduates
10.  Undated:      Quillen’s Speech on Social Security
11.  Undated:      Remember Me Flag Speech
12.  Undated:    Speeches
13.  Undated:      Speech, Miscellaneous Material, Part 1

Box 423

Undated: Speeches, Miscellaneous Material, Part 2