Richard J. O'Melia Collection
- Excerpts taken from Congressional Directory
Speaker/Author: William Y. Elliott
Audience: National Security Council Staff
Content: Excerpts taken all include Dr. William Y. Elliott's name.
- "The Record of Clifford Case"
Speaker/Author: James P Selvage
Audience: Americans for Democratic Action
Content: "In August, 1952, the ADA (left-wing New Dealers and State Socialists including Lehman, Humphrey, Mrs. Roosevelt and others) published its list of pre-election 'key issues' as a yardstick for voting on incumbent members of Congress. The key issues numbered 15."
- "United States Court of Appeals"
Date: July 19, 1951
Audience: District of Columbia Circuit
Content: "Mr. Simeon T. Flanagan, of the Bar of Court of Appeals of New York, pro hac vice, by special leave of Court, for appellants. Mr. Reynaldo Gubbins, pro se, was on the brief for appellants."
- "Supreme Court of the United States"
Date: October, 1953
Speaker/Author: William B. Collins
Audience: United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
Content: "Petition for a writ of certiorari..."
- "Subversive Activities Control Board"
Content: "On June 30, 1955, counsel for the named respondent filed a motion to vacate the hearing date and dismiss the amended petition on the ground that the named respondent was formally dissolved on June 17, 1955, and, therefore, is no longer in existence, either as a corporation or a voluntary unincorporated association."
- "American Law Division"
Date: July 20, 1945
Audience: Joseph R. McCarthy
Content: "Cases arising under the Smith Act (18 U.S.C. 2385, 2387) and their outcome."
- "General Information Regarding the United States Senate"
Speaker/Author: Doris S. Whitney
Content: "...The Constitution of the United States provides that 'all legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.
- "Subversives - Army"
Content: "The Department of the Army had no consistent administrative procedures for the handling of Fifth Amendment Communist cases. Three of the cases outlined in this report involved individuals who invoked the privilege of the Fifth Amendment as to Communist Party activities on their Army loyalty questionnaires and when they testified before this Subcommittee."
- "Report of Investigation"
Date: June 11, 1954
Speaker/Author: Frank H. Weitzel
Audience: Joseph H. McCarthy
Content: "There are transmitted herewithin for your information two copies of a report of investigation by the General Accounting Office of the Sports Car Racing Program of the Strategic Air Command, U.S. Air Force."
- "Stevens-Adams-McCarthy Hearings"
Speaker/Author: Stevens, Adams, McCarthy
Content: "During 1953, Senator McCarthy, as chairman of the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, worked the entire year almost day and night exposing fifth amendment Communists and Communist influences in our Government and national defense industries. The damage caused the Communist conspiracy by the exposures of Sen. McCarthy increased the crescendo of the demands of the
to 'investigate the investigators.' They realized this was the only strategy which could prevent Sen. McCarthy from continuing his fight against Communist subversion."
- "Investigation of Maryland Campaign"
Content: "However, the people of Maryland were able to penetrate the conspiratorial shadows and perceived Tydings misusing his Senatorial powers to conceal from them the truth about Communist subversion in their Government."
- Date: (?)
Audience: House Committee on Rules
Content: Taped to cardboard: "Investigations of Administration of Lewis F. Post, Assistant Secretary of Labor and the Matter of Deportation of Aliens - Hearings before the House Committee on Rules; 66th Cong.,2d Session, 1920."
- "Investigation Activities of Department of Justice"
Content: Various Exhibits and Excerpts from books, articles, and people. "Be it remembered, that on the 13th day of October, in the year of our Lord 1894, Abraham Goldman, late of Russia,..." "On page 49 of the transcript of the record appears a letter written by Alexander Berkman and Emma Goldman to the United States District Attorney, under date of June 8, 1917, in which letter the following appears: ..." "The issue for July 3, 1919, bears an editorial, 'The glory of death,' in which the death of Booker Washington is welcomed as having saved the Negro race from at least 'five years under ether.'"
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