Oversize Committee Reports And Papers X

Richard J. O'Melia Collection

  1. "Memorandum Relating to the Charge that Senator McCarthy Showed Contempt of a Senatorial Committee"
    Date: (?)
    Report by: (?)
    Content: "Amendments to the Senate Resolution 301 were proposed by Senators Flanders, Morse, and Fulbright in the nature of specifications of charges. Each of these Senators charged that Senator McCarthy showed contempt and disdain for the Senate Subcommittee on Privileges and Elections in the 82nd Congress by declining the invitation..." Two copies.

  2. "The Communist Conspiracy to Capture Man's Mind"
    Date: (?)
    Report by: (?)
    Content: "If the United States Senate votes censure, the Communist Party of the United States will have demonstrated its power to capture the minds of a large section of the American people. This will have been a consummation too dreadful too fantastic to contemplate."

  3. Memo
    Date: January 28, 1957
    Report by: Senator McCarthy
    Content: "Attached hereto is a copy of a Resolution that I have just introduced in the Senate, which may be of interest to you." Attached is "Proposed subject matter for a new Senate Document."

  4. "S. 2457, Authorizing the GSA and the Post Office Department to Enter Into Lease-Purchase Agreement"
    Date: (?)
    Report by: Senate
    Content: "The subject bill, S. 2457, would authorize the Administrator of General Services and the Postmaster General to enter into lease-purchase agreements for periods of not less than ten years nor more than twenty-five years, for the acquisition of real property for permanent space requirements of the Federal Government."

  5. "S. Resolution"
    Date: (?)
    Report by: Senator McCarthy
    Content: "Resolved: That it is the sense of the Senate that the United States delegate to the United Nations should introduce in that organization at the earliest practicable time an appropriate resolution calling upon member Nations to embargo shipments of all goods to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics so long as Russian troops are stationed in Hungary and until ..."

  6. "S. 2564"
    Date: (?)
    Report by: Senate
    Content: "An act to confer jurisdiction upon the Court of Claims to hear, determine, and render judgment upon the claims of Gubbins and Company, of Lima, Peru, and Reynaldo Gubbins." Twelve copies. Attached to the first copy is a rough draft of the bill and attached to the last six copies are the Congressional Record No. 162 with the following underlined: The message also announced that the Senate had passed bills and a joint resolution of the following titles, in which the concurrence of the House is requested:..."

  7. "List of Particulars"
    Date: (?)
    Report by: (?)
    Content: "Re: Blacklisting of Latin Americans" Entry of August 2, 1946 is arrowed and underlined.

  8. "S. 384"
    Date: January 14, 1955
    Report by: Mr. Flanders
    Content: "An act to confer jurisdiction upon the Court of Claims to hear, determine, and render judgment upon the claims of Gubbins and Company, of Lima, Peru, and Reynaldo Gubbins."

  9. "Calendar No. 2313"
    Date: August 6, 1954
    Report by: Mr. Langer, Committee on the Judiciary
    Content: "The purpose of the proposed legislation, as amended, is to confer jurisdiction on the United States Court of Claims to hear, determine, and render judgment upon the claims of Gubbins & Co. and Reynaldo Gubbins, of Lima, Peru, against the United States for losses allegedly incurred by them as the result of action taken by Government officials on or about July 17, 1941..." Two copies.

  10. "Congressional Record"
    Date: August 18, 1954
    Report by: House of Representatives
    Content: Two sections underlined: "Gubbins & Co. --Bill Placed at Footnote of Calendar: The bill (S. 2564) to confer jurisdiction upon the Court of Claims to hear the claims of Gubbins & Co., ..." Two copies.

  11. "United States Court of Appeals"
    Date: July 19, 1951
    Report by: (?)
    Content: "Reynaldo Gubbins and Guillermo Gubbins, doing business under the name and style of Gubbins & Co., Appellants."



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