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Collection 294 - Wesley A. D’Ewart Papers, 1936-1973

Creator: D'Ewart, Wesley Abner, 1889-1973

Provenance Note: Papers, speeches, campaign materials, correspondence and photographs pertaining to the career of Wesley D'Ewart were donated to Montana State Uinversity by D'Ewart between 1960 and 1973. D'Ewart first donated papers to the University of Montana, but in 1972, UM transferred its D'Ewart collection to the Special Collections Library at MSU for purposes of consolidation. The U of M collection is on indefinite loan to MSU and is arranged separately from the other Wesley D'Ewart materials in its own series. MSU accession numbers 1038 and 2071 have been incorporated within this collection.

Historical Note: Wesley A. D'Ewart was born in Worcester, Massachusetts on October 1, 1889. He attended the public schools of Massachusetts and Washington State College in Pullman, Washington. He later moved to the Wilsall, Montana area and worked for the Forest Service and in ranching. In 1936, D'Ewart was elected to the Montana House of Representantives and then to the to the State Senate in 1940. In 1945, he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives by special election, representing Montana's Eastern District. He took the seat vacated due to the death of Representative James F. O'Connor. D'Ewart was reelected to 4 succeeding Congresses but failed to win a seat in the U.S. Senate in 1954. D'Ewart was an avowed opponent of Socialism and Communism from his earliest political campaigns. In the early 1950s, he supported U.S. Senator Joseph McCarthy's anti-Communist crusade. In 1954, D'Ewart unsuccessfully campaigned for the U.S. Senate seat held by Montana's Democratic U.S. Senator, James Murray. D'Ewart delivered speeches linking Sen. Murray with the Communist movement. The Montana for D'Ewart Committee compiled and published a booklet entitled "Senator Murray and the Red Web Over Congress." D'Ewart served as Assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture in Washington, D.C. from January 1955 to September 1955. He then took the post of Assistant Secretary of the Interior until July 1956, when the Senate Committee on the Interior declined to re-approve him, largely due to partisan efforts against him. D'Ewart's anti-Communist campaign against Senator James Murray for the U.S. Senate had angered both Murray and the Democratic Party. The controversy over D'Ewart's nomination for Ass. Sec. of the Interior generated a great deal of coverage and correspondence. Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson appointed D'Ewart to the position of Special Representative to the Secretary of Agriculture from August 1956 to October 1958. D'Ewart continued to be deeply involved in land and water issues during his retirement from political life. He was a serious follower of Montana elections from 1936 to the 1970s and took an active role in Republican politics, not only as a political candidate, but as a Republican Party activist and strategist.

Content Description Note: The Collection contains campaign materials, speeches and writings, correspondence, and research materials accumulated by Mr. D'Ewart. The collection is arranged by general subject, with the D'Ewart collection of the University of Montana arranged separately in its entirety as Series 1. Series 2 contains campaign materials and election returns pertaining to the campaigns of D'Ewart and others between 1936-1973. Series 3 consists of papers and correspondence pertaining to D'Ewart's nomination for Assistant Secretary of the Interior in 1956. Series 4 consists of papers and materials relating to public land and water management. Series 5 contains papers and materials relating to Communism and anti-Communism. Series 6 consists of photographs of D'Ewart, his Park County ranch, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, Barry Goldwater, and Montana Governor Hugo Aronson. Other subjects photographed include views of Yellowstone National Park and Interior Department award ceremonies and erosion damage at Coulee Dam. Within this series is also a undated taped speech by D'Ewart.

Contents

Series 1 University of Montana Collection 15
Series 2 Campaigns and elections, 1936-1973
Subseries 1 - Election Returns, 1936-1970
Subseries 2 - Campaign and political materials and correspondence, 1950-1973
Series 3 Nomination for Assistant Secretary of the Interior, 1956
Series 4 Public land, water, and agriculture issues, 1945-1972
Series 5 Communism and Socialism, ca. 1950s
Series 6 Speeches and speech materials
Series 7 Photographs

Series 1: University of Montana Collection 15, 1945-1959

Mr. D'Ewart donated these materials to the University of Montana who assigned them the collection number "15" and later deposited the materials with MSU as an indefinite loan. Due to contractual obligations, the collection is arranged in its entirety as Series 1 and separated from the rest of the D'Ewart collection. No attempt has been made to rearrange the collection or integrate it into the subject arrangement of the balance of the materials in the D'Ewart papers. Much duplication exists between subject matter covered by this series and series 2-6.

This series contains campaign materials, speeches and writings, and research materials accumulated by Wesley A. D'Ewart. There is almost no correspondence in the collection. The collection is arranged using the same subject headings utilized by Mr. D'Ewart. The series is arranged into 7 boxes of topicly labeled folders.

Box 1
1. Biography
2. Campaign Materials-1950
3. Campaign Materials-1950-53
4. Campaign Materials-1954
5. Speeches and Writings-Absaroka Conservation Committee
6. Speeches and Writings-Conservation
7. Speeches and Writings-Communism

Box 2
1. Editorials
2. Federal Power Commission
3. Indian Affairs
4. Mansfield - Metcalf - Murray
5. Mining
6. Murray - Mansfield - Bonner
7. Natural Resources
8. Politics, 1949-1954

Box 3
1. Radio - 1945
2. Radio - 1946
3. Radio - 1947, 1948, 1949
4. Radio - 1950
5. Radio - 1951
6. Radio - 1952
7. Radio - 1952

Box 4
1. Radio - Misc.
2. Politics
3. Research, Columbia River Basin Development, 1952
4. Research, Politics, 1953
5. Resources
6. Reconstruction Finance Corp.
7. Socialism
8. Taxation
9. Tide Lands
10. Voting Record - James Murray

Box 5
1. Speeches, 1944, 1945, 1947
2. Speeches, 1948
3. Speeches, 1949
4. Speeches, 1950
5. Speeches, 1950
6. Speeches, 1950
7. Speeches, 1951-1952
8. Speeches, 1953
9. Speeches, 1954

Box 6
1. Speeches, 1955-1957
2. Speeches, 1958-1959
3. Speech material, 1947
4. Speech material, 1949
5. Speech material, 1950
6. Speech material, 1952
7. Speech material, 1954
8. Photographs

Box 7 - Notebook of materials to be used in speeches

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Series 2: Election and Campaign Papers and Materials, 1936-1972

Papers, correspondence, press releases, and other materials pertaining to the campaigns of Wesley A. D'Ewart and others. Included are published election results, and papers and correspondence about Republican Party politics, national and regional elections, and nominations. Divided into two subseries and arranged chronologically.

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Series 2; Subseries 1: Election Returns 1936-1970

Box 8
1. 1936 Montana Legislature
2. 1938 Montana Legislature
3. 1940 Montana Legislature
4. 1942 Montana Senate
5. 1944 Montana Senate
6. 1945 U.S. House of Representatives
7. 1946 U.S. House of Representatives
8. 1948 U.S. House of Representatives
9. 1950 U.S. House of Representatives
10. 1952 U.S. House of Representatives
11. 1954 U.S. Senate
12. 1956 Election results
13. 1960 Election results
14. 1962 Election results
15. 1964 Montana Legislature
16. 1966 Election results
17. 1968 Election results
18. 1970 Election results

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Series 2; Subseries 2: Campaign and Political Materials and Correspondence, 1950-1973

Box 8 (cont.)
19. Correspondence about patronage, 1950-1954
20. Support letters, 1954
21. Other letters, 1954
22. Campaign brochures for U.S. Senate, 1954
23. Election finances, 1954
24. Letters of congratulation, 1950

Box 9
1. Political correspondence, 1951-1952
2. Political correspondence, 1960
3. Campaign correspondence, 1960
4. Republican correspondence, legislative papers, 1961-1963
5. Political correspondence, 1962
6. Republican Party, 1964
7. Politics, 1966
8. Political correspondence, document, 1968
9. Political correspondence, 1969
10. Political correspondence, materials, 1970
11. Political correspondence,materials, statements, 1971
12. Political correspondence, materials, 1973

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Series 3: Nomination Assistant Secretary of Interior, 1955-1956

Papers, correspondence, and news articles about D'Ewart's nomination to the position. Included are letters from organizations and individuals supporting and opposing D'Ewart's nomination.

Box 10
1. Hearings before U.S. Senate committee on D'Ewart's nomination
2. Papers and correspondence pertaining to the D'Ewart hearings
3. Newspaper articles on D'Ewart hearings
4. Correspondence following hearings
5. Papers pertaining to Republican/D'Ewart policies
6. Papers and correspondence, 1955-1956
7. Papers, articles, and correspondence about Asst. Sec. of Interior nomination
8. Correspondence, 1955-1956
9. Correspondence, 1955-1956
10. Correspondence, 1955-1956

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Series 4: Public Land, Water, and Agricultural Management, 1945-1972

Papers, documents, and correspondence pertaining to public lands, water resources, and agriculture created or compiled by Wesley A. D'Ewart between 1945 and 1972. D'Ewart collected materials for reference in making his own statements and decisions on various topics. These topics are generally arranged within the folders of the different subjects.

Series 4 is arranged by subject with a general attempt to follow D'Ewart's involvement in these issues chronologically. Papers in this Series comprise a broad array of public land, water, and agricultural issues. Numerous topical articles, press statements, speeches, and letters are arranged together in folders, loosely by subject and by source of origin. The releases and papers of various public land and water governing bodies, councils, and commissions are included, notably the Western States Water Council, the National Water Users Association, the Montana Water Resources Board, the Montana Water Development Association, and the Pacific Northwest River Basins Commission.

Box 11
1. Indians/Reservations, 1950-1954
2. Public Lands, 1953-1956
3. Membership list, Council Advisory Committees for Montana
4. Report on railroad industry, 1962
5. Papers on Knowles Dam, 1962-1963
6. Montana Power report on Knowles Dam, 1963
7. Farm policy correspondence, 1952
8. Rupublican farm policy correspondence, 1956-1957
9. Farming, 1955-1964
10. Water policy
11. Public lands
12. Public Land Management, 1959-1964
13. Air Pollution Advisory Council, 1967-1968

Box 12
1. Public Land/Legislative collection handbook, 1965
2. Montana Water Resources Board, 1962-1966
3. Montana Water Resources Board, 1967
4. Montana Water Resources Board, 1968
5. Montana Water Resources Board, 1969
6. Montana Water Use Act, 1972-1973
7. D'Ewart's presentation to Montana Reclamation Annual Meeting, 1966
8. Montana Farm Bureau, 1965-1973

Box 13
1. Western States Water Council 1967
2. Western States Water Council 1968
3. Western States Water Council, 1968
4. Western States Wate Council, 1968

Box 14
1. Pacific Northwest River Basin Commission, 1967-1968
2. Public Land Manual, 1967
3. Public Land Law Review Commission, 1967
4. Farm Bureau's Joint Testimony before PLLRC, July 1967
5. Statement of American Farm Bureau Federation, Jan. 1968

Box 15
1. Articles on Environmentalists, 1967-1971
2. Articles on Water Resources, 1966-1977
3. International Joint Commission, 1951
4. British Committee on External Affairs document, 1954
5. Technical specifications, Army Corps of Engineers, 1952
6. Report on Dam Regulations, 1928-1932
7. Great Northern Railway, Statement, Engineering Report, 1953, 1954
8. Yellowtail Dam Correspondence/Position Statements, 1950-1954

Box 16
1. Reports on effect on Crow Res, 1947-1953
2. Brief of Big Horn Canyon Irrigation and Power Co., 1949
3. Data Sheet, Resolution, Correspondence, Soil Survey, 1945-1950
4. Water information, publications, 1961-1968
5. Missouri Valley Authority materials, 1949-1966
6. Governor's Committee on Economic Studies, 1965
7. National Water Users Assoc., 1962-1968
8. National Water Users Assoc., 1969-1970

Box 17
1. National Water Resources Association, 1971
2. National Water Resources Association, 1972-1973
3. Montana Water Development Association, 1970
4. Montana Water Development Association, 1971
5. Montana Water Development Association, 1972-1973
6. Hon. Membership, Emp. and Almni Assoc, Nat. Park Service, 1955

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Series 5: Communism and Socialism, ca. 1950s

Papers, correspondence, and materials pertaining to Communism and Communists. Includes materials for reference in the writing and publication of "Senator Murray and the Red Web over Congress", a booklet used by the Montana for D'Ewart Committee during D'Ewart's 1954 campaign for the U.S. Senate.

Box 18
1. "Communism" speech, unknown
2. "Senator Murray and the Red Web Over Congress" booklet
3. "The Red Record" background information, correspondence
4. "Let's Look at the Record" anti-Murray/ Communism speech
5. Photostats, printed articles about Murray/Communism
6. Correspondence and information about Murray and Communism
7. "The Red Record of Senator James E. Murray"
8. Other Murray/ Communism articles and information
9. Other Murray/"Red Record" correspondence and materials
10. Publications and articles on Socialism, Government Growth
11. Rough draft anti-Murray document with revisions written in

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Series 6: Speeches and Speech materials, 1947-1971

Speeches, speeches in progress, and reference materials for speeches by Wesley D'Ewart and others. Some of the speeches are printed, some are photostatic copies, and some are original manuscript. Folders 14-16 of Box 19 contain speeches and statements of other speakers and writers, including Herbert Hoover, and Dewey Short.

Box 18 (cont.)
12. "MVA Transcription" July 12, 1947
13. Livingston/Billings Rotary, Aug. 18,19, 1947
14. Republican Convention, Helena, Aug. 25, 1947
15. "The American Constitution" Constitution Day, 1948
16. "Problems of Reclamation", Nov. 6, 1948
17. Inflation, Issues of the day, Communism -- date, place unknown
18. Women's Republican Club, Billings, May 25, 1950
19. Grand Lodge of Montana, Helena, Aug. 20, 1952
20. "Issues of the Political Campaign...", Helena, Aug. 25-26, 1952
21. Rotary, Great Falls, Sept. 1952
22. Montana Bar Association, Aug. 14, 1953
23. "Feast of Tishri" October 18. 1953
24. "Recent Elections" Helena, Nov. 15, 1953
25. Mont. Wool Growers, Bozeman, Nov. 19, 1953
26. "Public Lands - Who Should Control Them?" Dec. 2, 1953
27. Lincoln Day Dinner, Billings, Feb. 13, 1954

Box 19
1. Holy Trinity Serbian Orthadox Church, Butte, July, 1955
2. Wyoming Livestock Association, Oct 25, 1956
3. Address to Conf. of Fed. Intermediate Credit Bank, Clemson, SC, June 25, 1957
4. "Farm-City, Partners in Progress", Nov. 26, 1957
5. Office of Civil Defense Mobilization Natural Disaster Planning Meeting, 1958
6. Butte Exchange Club, July 28, 1959
7. Bozeman Rotary Club, April 25, 1960
8. Republican talk, 1961
9. "Federal Aid To Education" and resource material, May 26, 1962
10. Billings, Oct. 18,1965
11. Meaning of Civilization -- Unknown date
12. "Montana Water...Why We Need Action Now", Butte, Aug. 25, 1966
13. Park County Masonic Lodge, Dec. 2, 1971
OTHER SPEAKERS
14. "Partnership and Power" Unkown Speaker, supports D'Ewart for Senate, 1952
15. Clippings, speaches, and other speech prep materials, 1964-1970
16. Varied speeches, statements, apparently used as reference

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Series 7: Photographs, Slides, Film Strips, and Audio Tape, 1947-1958

172 photographs, a small number of slides, 8 film strips, and one audio tape. Most photographs are 8" X 10" Black and Whites and cover a wide variety of subjects. Included are photographs of D'Ewart's ranch in Park County, his sheep and cattle stock, and portraits of D'Ewart. Also incluced are photos of D'Ewart with President Eisenhower, Sen.Mundt of South Dakota, Richard Nixon, Barry Goldwater, and others. Numerous photos of D'Ewart, Eisenhower, and Gov. Hugo Aronson at Denver airport in 1953 are included. Other photos depict D'Ewart at Capitol, at Lincoln Memorial, at the Washington D.C. Cherry Blossom Festival, at a national pistol tournament, signing Hungry Horse Dam legislation, at an Idaho land drawing, and at dedication ceremonies in Yellowstone Park. Photos depicting soil erosion at Coulee Dam and scenery at Yellowtail Dam have also been included. Film strips cover the Communist menace and similar topics. The audio tape is an undated recording of a D'Ewart broadcast on KOOK radio.

Box 20
Folder 1. Photographs #1-12
#1. D'Ewart portrait
#2. D'Ewart portrait
#3. D'Ewart portrait
#4. D'Ewart portrait
#5. D'Ewart at ranch with shovel
#6. D'Ewart receiving "Honorary Sheepherder" award from 2 men
#7. D'Ewart with wife at fence
#8. D'Ewart ranch
#9. D'Ewart cattle on the move
#10. D'Ewart cattle at trough
#11. D'Ewart watching cattle
#12. Band of 3,000 sheep, Livingston, MT

Folder 2. Photographs #13-22
#13. Absaroka Conservation Committee, Yellowstone Park, May 7, 1944
#14. Grand Coulee Dam, 1947
#15. D'Ewart with others at dam
#16. Signing of Hungry Horse Dam legislation, April 21, 1948
#17. Mammoth High School, Sept 19, 1948
#18. D'Ewart, men posing
#19. D'Ewart, others, in grass
#20. D'Ewart smiling
#21. D'Ewart addressing school room
#22. D'Ewart, others standing

Folder 3. Photographs #23-29
#23. D'Ewart with Indians, 1948
#24. D'Ewart with Chief
#25. D'Ewart with Senator Mundt, others
#26. D'Ewart standing at table with Indian women, March 1953
#27. D'Ewart at Capitol with Indian women
#28. D'Ewart at Capitol with Indian women, March 1953
#29. D'Ewart with Indians, Miami, April 17, 1956

Folder 4. Photographs #30-35
#30. Yellowstone Park Museum, May 28,1950
#31. D'Ewart shaking man's hand at Capital, 1952
#32. D'Ewart with Mr and Mrs. Scott Pthel, Capital, 1952
#33. D'Ewart reading speech into microphone, 1952
#34. D'Ewart with gavel presiding
#35. D'Ewart with uniformed group by Capital

Folder 5. Photographs #36-67
#36. Upper Colorado River Commission at Denver Airport, 1953
#37. D'Ewart with Eisenhower and Aronson, sitting
#38. D'Ewart with Eisenhower clapping
#39. D'Ewart on train with Eisenhower and 2 women
#40. U.S. Army photo of D'Ewart, Ike, and other Congressmen, March, 1953
#41. White House organizational meeting, numerous Congressmen, March, 1954
#42. D'Ewart with Ike and others at airfield
#43. D'Ewart shaking Ike's hand
#44. D'Ewart clapping near podium with Ike, others
#45. D'Ewart in crowd at airport
#46. D'Ewart in crowd at airport
#47. On platform seated with Ike, Governor Aronson, and Doug McKey
#48. On platform with Aronson and Ike
#49. At airstrip in crowd
#50. Delegation approaching from airplane
#51. Shaking hands
#52. Aronson and Ike
#53. Aronson and Ike in crowd
#54. Aronson,crowd, on airstrip
#55. Crowd at airstrip
#56. Speaker at podium
#57. Eisenhower at podium
#58. Crowd
#59. Aronson, Eisenhower
#60. Eisenhower and airman at podium
#61. Eisenhower and D'Ewart seated
#62. Large crowd at airport
#63. Large crowd at airport
#64. Ike, Aronson, D'Ewart in front of airplane
#65. Eisenhower at desk
#66. Color photo of speakers seated
#67. Color-Ike shaking hands

Folder 6. Photographs #68-82
#68. Review at Schofield Barracks, Oahu, Dec. 11, 1954
#69. D'Ewart with soldiers
#70. Saluting the flag
#71. D'Ewart posing with others, Hawaii, Dec. 1954
#72. D'Ewart with soldier
#73. D'Ewart shaking soldier's hand
#74. D'Ewart shaking soldier's hand
#75. D'Ewart with soldier
#76. army personnel carriers
#77. Tanks
#78. Jeeps
#79. Jeeps
#80. Artillery
#81. Trucks
#82. D'Ewart portrait, 1955

Folder 7. Photographs #83-86
#83. D'Ewart holding certificate, 1955
#84. D'Ewart taking oath, 1955
#85. D'Ewart standing with other Cabinet members, 1955
#86. Public Lands Panel, Oct. 1955

Folder 8. Photographs #87-99
#87. D'Ewart at Pistol tournament, Oct. 1955
#88. D'Ewart, trophy, pistol tournament, Oct. 1955
#89. D'Ewart with others, telescopes
90. D'Ewart leaning with others
#91. D'Ewart checking target
#92. D'Ewart checking target
#93. Pistol range
#94. Two men marking target
#95. Shooting trophy
#96. Pistol shooting
#97. Shooters posing
#98. Trophy held by two men
#99. Pistol range targets

Folder 9. Photographs #100-104
#100. National Park Museum, Nov. 1955
#101. National Park Museum, Nov. 1955
#102. National Park Museum, Nov. 1955
#103. National Park Museum, Nov. 1955
#104. National Park Museum, examining chair, Nov. 1955

Folder 10. Photographs #105-106
#105. D'Ewart with Connie Wirth, 1956
#106. 17th Annual Interior Dept. Awardees, 1956

Folder 11. Photographs #
#107. Lincoln Memorial, Feb. 11, 1956
#108. Lincoln Memorial, Feb. 11, 1956
#109. Lincoln Memorial, Feb. 11, 1956

Folder 12. Photographs #110-114
#110. Scoyen swearing in, Feb. 1956
#111. Swearing in ceremony, Feb. 1956
#112. D'Ewart with others at swearing in, Feb. 1956
#113. Int. Dept. "Pioneer Dinner", Feb. 1956
#114. National Advisory Board Council, March, 1956

#Folder 13. Photographs #115-117
#115. Senator McKay's Farewell Dinner, April, 1956
#116. Senator McKay and others, April, 1956
#117. D'Ewart with man and woman

Folder 14. Photographs #118-127
#118. Cherry Blossom Festival, April 7, 1956
#119. Speaker at podium, April 7, 1956
#120. D'Ewart at podium April 7, 1956
#121. Cherry Blossom Festival, April, 1956
#122. Speaker at podium
#123. Japanese girl lighting lantern
#124. Two Japanese girls releasing bird
#125. Japanese girl smiling
#126. Pageant contestants, Cherry Blossom Festival, April 7, 1956
#127. D'Ewart with Cherry Blossom queen

Folder 15. Photographs #128-136
#128. American Fisheries Advisory Committee, May 1956
#129. D'Ewart speaking, Rupert, Idaho, May 12, 1956
#130. D'Ewart at podium, May 12, 1956
#131. Crowd watching, May 12, 1956
#132. Speaker addressing crowd, Rupert, Idaho, May 12, 1956
#133. Speaker at podium, May 12, 1956
#134. land drawing, May 12, 1956
#135. land drawing, May 12, 1956
#136. Men writing names on board, May 12, 1956

Folder 16. Photographs #137-140
#137. Richard Nixon and family, June 1956
#138. Nixon Buffet Dinner, 1956
#139. Nixon Buffet Dinner, D'Ewart in back on right, 1956
#140. D'Ewart standing with others, 1956

Folder 17. Photographs #141-144
#141. D'Ewart with Turkish delegation, June 12, 1956
#142. BLM Director Woozley addressing delegation meeting, June 12, 1956
#143. Turkish delegation meeting, June 12, 1956
#144. D'Ewart addressing delegation meeting, June 12, 1956

Folder 18. Photographs #145-148
#145. D'Ewart with Congressmen, Philosophical Society, June 21, 1956
#146. Men looking at papers in office, June 21, 1956
#147. Signing paper, June 21, 1956
#148. Displaying picture in office, June 21, 1956

Folder 19. Photographs #149-154
#149. Mission Dedication, Yellowstone Park, June 24, 1956
#150. D'Ewart at dedication table, June 24, 1956
#151. Groundbreaking, June 24, 1956
#152. D'Ewart standing with others, June 24, 1956
#153. Dedication of Mission, June 25, 1956
#154. D'Ewart speaking, June 25, 1956

Folder 20. Photograph #155
#155. D'Ewart with Goldwater and Barrett, 1956

Folder 21. Photographs #156-172
#156. Erosion at Coulee Dam area, by Bill Lancaster, 1953
#157. More erosion
#158. Eroded road during Coulee Dam project, 1953
#159. Cracked road, Kettle Falls, area
#160. Erosion, Reed Slide area
#161. Erosion, road
#162. Eroded area, Reed Slide.
#163. More erosion
#164. Eroded hillside
#165. People on top of eroded hillside
#166. Erosion
#167. Erosion at reservoir
#168. Eroded hillsides
#169. Eroded road
#170. Eroded slide
#171. More erosion
#172. Dam area

Folder 22. Color Photo album of Yellowtail Dam project, 1950s

Folder 23. SLIDES
1. D'Ewart portrait
2. D'Ewart and wife at ranch
3. D'Ewart at Capitol
4-6. Pages of unknown Document
7-16. Tourist slides of Washington D.C.

Box 21. FILM STRIPS
1. Korea
2. Inflation
3. America's Creeping Socialism
4. Ticket to Freedom
5. Socialism
6. Scandals
7. Korea (revised)
8. Brannen Plan

AUDIO TAPE. D'Ewart KOOK broadcast, date unknown, reel-to-reel

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Updated: 5/18/09