Skip to main content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.
Harrison A. Williams, Jr. Papers
A major theme in the papers is Americans' responses to foreign affairs, particularly with regard to the Vietnam War, the Middle East, and the Panama Canal Treaty. Additional well-represented topics include anti-communism, the Cold War and the United States' ideological confrontation with the Soviet Union, Soviet Jewry, arms control, foreign aid, trade, the United Nations, NATO, OPEC, intervention in Africa, and human rights. Briefing materials, reports, and photographs document foreign travel on government matters to Africa, Europe, Central and South America, Asia, the Middle East, India, and Turkey.
Clifford P. Case Papers
Senator Case's papers contain information relating to many aspects of United States public policy, including foreign affairs (especially in the Middle East). The Vietnam War is also represented. Among materials in Case's conference and travel files are the Senator's notes from the Bilderberg conference at Buxton (1958) and materials from a trip to Vietnam (1967). Photographs document official and personal trips and U.S. Presidents and world leaders posing with the senator.
Frank R. Lautenberg Papers
The papers document congressional delegations, trips during which Lautenberg and other members of Congress would meet with international dignitaries, visit sites of cultural or legal importance, and gather information to use in drafting legislation. Within these files are photographs from the trips, briefing books, schedules, and notes from both Lautenberg and his staffers. Constituent letters and subject files in the collection also cover foreign affairs. Topics include immigration and Soviet refugees, trade, the Middle East, Latin America, terrorism, Africa, Europe, NATO, human rights, Asia, and nuclear weapons.
Dean A. Gallo Congressional Papers
Special emphasis on the plight of Soviet Refuseniks. Includes files that pertain to Gallo’s attempts to assist persecuted Jewish citizens in emigrating from the Soviet Union to be reunited with their families. The files document Soviet emigration policies and include correspondence from Gallo's office to the Soviet government, refusenik families, their supporters, and Congressional colleagues, as well as internal memos from Gallo's office, handwritten notes, and letters to the Soviet government signed by members of Congress. In addition, travel files and photographs document Gallo’s involvement in foreign affairs through his trips to Israel, Central America, the Soviet Union, and South Africa.
Millicent Fenwick Papers
U.S. foreign relations is among the topics documented in the papers. Subjects include foreign aid, world trade, human rights, terrorism, nuclear armament, the United Nations, Helsinki Accords, Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America, the Panama Canal, Middle East, Soviet Union, Soviet Jewry, and Fenwick’s trips abroad.
William T. Cahill Congressional Papers
Legislative files cover topics including the House Un-American Activities Committee, Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, and Vietnam War. Judiciary Committee files address the operations of various subcommittees and specific topics before subcommittees, such as Cuban refugees.
Edward J. Patten Congressional Papers
The papers contain committee correspondence, including correspondence of the Appropriations Committee (topics include defense, specifically anti ballistic missile), Foreign Affairs Committee, Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, and the International Relations Committee. Subject correspondence includes correspondence on foreign affairs, particularly relating to Israel, Iran, Nicaragua, Rhodesia, Taiwan, and Turkey.
James J. Florio Congressional Papers
Foreign affairs is among the topics represented in the subject files.
Joseph S. Frelinghuysen Papers
The papers contain letters and official documents (1896-1900) relating chiefly to the Spanish-American War. Additional topics include Allied debt, American soldiers, armament, Austria, bolshevism in the United States and Russia, Denmark, Europe, European relief, Germany loans, Germany reparations, German war practices, Japan and America, labor and the war, League of Nations, loans to Europe, Russia, Treaty of Versailles, war debts and future peace, and war with Germany.