Daniel L. Goldy Papers

Dates: 1929-1969

Official with the Department of the Interior, 1947-1951; the Economic Cooperation Administration and Mutual Security Agency, 1951-1952; the Department of Labor, 1946-1947 and 1952-1958

The papers of Daniel L. Goldy document primarily his U.S. government service with the Department of Labor, the Department of the Interior, and the Mutual Security Agency during the Truman administration, and the Department of Commerce during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations. Goldy's areas of specialization in the positions he held during the Truman administration were employment services, resource management, and economic development; during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations they were economic development and export expansion. The collection is composed primarily of several subject files documenting Goldy's work in different agencies. About 25% of the collection documents Goldy's Truman administration positions, and about 40% his Kennedy and Johnson administration positions. Smaller amounts of material document his service in the U.S. Navy, with State agencies in Illinois and New Jersey, in the Department of Labor during the Eisenhower administration, and his business and personal affairs.

See also Oral History

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ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

Size: 59 linear feet, 11 linear inches (about 110,000 pages)
Access: Open, with the exception that a few documents have been closed in accordance with the requirements of the Executive Order governing the administration of classified information.
Copyright: Daniel L. Goldy donated his copyright interest in any unpublished writings in this collection or in any other collection in the possession of the United States Government to the people of the United States. In addition, documents prepared by United States Government employees in the course of their official duties are also in the public domain. Copyright interest in documents that do not fall in the above two categories is presumed to remain with the writers of the documents.
Processed by: Dennis Bilger, Raymond H. Geselbracht, Anita Smith, Sharie Simon, Randy Sowell, and Monica Milliren (1994); Jan Davis and David Clark (2016).

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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

1915

 

Born, Butler, New Jersey

1936

 

A.B. and work completed for M.A., University of Wisconsin

1936-37

 

Graduate Student, University of Chicago

1936-37

 

Apprentice to the Director and Consultant, the American Public Welfare Association

1937-41

 

Executive Assistant and Assistant Commissioner, Division of Placement and Unemployment Compensation, Illinois Department of Labor

1941-42

 

Assistant Regional Director for Ohio, Michigan and Kentucky, Office of Defense, Health and Welfare

1942-43

 

Assistant Regional Director for Ohio, Michigan and Kentucky, War Manpower Commission

1943-46

 

Served in the U.S. Navy, assigned to offices overseeing war production and civilian personnel and industrial relations programs

1946-47

 

Special Assistant to the Director of the United States Employment Service

1947-49

 

Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of the Interior (1947-48) and Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Interior (1948-49), supervising the activities of the Bureau of Land Management, the Bureau of Mines, the Geological Survey, and the National Park Service

1949-51

 

Pacific Northwest Regional Administrator, Bureau of Land Management, Department of the Interior

1951-52

 

Deputy Director, Labor Division for Europe, Economic Cooperation Administration

1952-58

 

Regional Director for the Pacific Northwest Region, Bureau of Employment Security, Department of Labor

1955-59

 

General partner, Mountain Fir Lumber Company, Oregon

1958-59

 

Regional Director for the region including New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, Bureau of Employment Security, Department of Labor

1959

 

Assistant Commissioner for Employment and Manpower, New Jersey Department of Labor and Industry; member, Migrant Labor Board

1959-61

 

Vice President, Pacific Northern Lumber Co., Alaska and Oregon

1961

 

Deputy Administrator, Area Redevelopment Administration, Department of Commerce

1962-63

 

Administrator, Business and Defense Services Administration, Department of Commerce; Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Business Domestic and International

1964-65

 

President's National Export Expansion Coordinator; Executive Director, Cabinet Committee on Export Expansion

1965-68

 

Vice President, International Systems and Controls Corp; President, ISC World Trade Corp.

1969-76

 

President and Director, International Systems and Controls Corp.; President, Investors Counsel, Capital Shares, Inc.

1971-76

 

Director, regional vice chairman, chairman of the international committee, chairman of the Task Force on World Shortages, and other offices, U.S. Chamber of Commerce

1971-77

 

Member of the Advisory Council to the U.S. Cabinet Committee on Japan/U.S. Economic Relations

1972-77

 

Director, Otis Elevator Company

1974-77

 

Member, European Community/U.S. Businessman's Council

1975-

 

Member, President's Advisory Council on Trade Negotiations

1976-79

 

Director, Oregon Department of Economic Development

1979-

 

Consulting Economist

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COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

The papers of Daniel L. Goldy document primarily his U.S. government service with the Department of Labor, the Department of the Interior, and the Mutual Security Agency during the Truman administration, and the Department of Commerce during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations. Goldy's areas of specialization in the positions he held during the Truman administration were employment services, resource management, and economic development; during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations they were economic development and export expansion. About 25% of the collection documents Goldy's Truman administration positions, and about 40% his Kennedy and Johnson administration positions. Smaller amounts of material document his service in the U.S. Navy, with State agencies in Illinois and New Jersey, in the Department of Labor during the Eisenhower administration, and his career as a businessman involved in the lumber industry in the Pacific Northwest. Goldy's brief assignment early in his career with the Office of Defense, Health and Welfare and the War Manpower Commission are apparently not documented in the collection, nor is his service from 1976 to 1979 as director of the Oregon Department of Economic Development.

The collection is divided into ten series. The small Illinois Department of Labor File relates to Goldy's work with the Division of Placement and Unemployment Compensation from 1937 to 1941. Another small series, the Department of the Navy File, gives some insight into Goldy's wartime work on procurement for that department.

The Department of Labor File has three subseries. The United States Employment Service File includes information on the appointment of an advisory council for the agency, employment services for veterans, labor legislation, and reconversion. The Bureau of Employment Security, Pacific Northwest File has information, primarily, dating from 1952 to 1958, about economic development, labor-management relations, migratory farm labor, labor legislation, and industrial development in Alaska. The Bureau of Employment Security File contains information on similar topics but concerning the agency region that included New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

The Department of the Interior File provides the collection's most important documentation for the Truman administration. The series is divided into two subseries. The Correspondence File, though small, contains very good quality documentation. It has four folders. The first holds high level correspondence relating to Goldy's work as Assistant to the Secretary of the Interior, with authority over the Bureau of Land Management, the Bureau of Mines, the Geological Survey, and the National Park Service. The second holds correspondence between Goldy and high level Interior Department officials in Washington relating to Goldy's work as Regional Administrator of the Bureau of Land Management for the Pacific Northwest; the third folder concerns this same office, but the correspondence is between Goldy and government officials and others within the Pacific Northwest region; and the fourth folder contains primarily carbon copies of outgoing correspondence from Regional Administrator Goldy to the Director and Associate Director of the Bureau of Land Management, the Assistant Secretary of the Interior, and other officials in these two agencies. The second subseries, the Subject File, contains information relating to Goldy's work both in the office of the Secretary of the Interior and with the Pacific Northwest region of the Bureau of Land Management, though most of the material in the series relates to the latter assignment. The series has several large clusters of material relating to different topics: the Bureau of Land Management (about 1,000 pages), the Columbia River Basin project (about 2,500 pages, mainly printed material), studies of the ability of individual Oregon counties to be consumers of generated power (about 2,000 pages, mainly printed material), and the controversy surrounding the management of the timber lands revested from the bankrupt Oregon and California Railroad (about 800 pages).

The small Mutual Security Agency File contains primarily mimeographed, dittographed and printed materials, including speeches, press releases, reports, and background information. Topics covered include labor and economic conditions in Europe, trade union activity in Europe, and the potential for solving the unemployment problem of Italy through resources development and land reform.

The small New Jersey Department of Labor and Industry File includes information about migrant labor in New Jersey and economic and social conditions in Puerto Rico.

The Department of Commerce File is much the largest series in the collection. It is divided into two subseries. The Correspondence File consists of folders labeled alphabetical, chronological, general and personal correspondence. The relationship between these different categories of correspondence is complex. The folders labeled alphabetical and chronological contain carbon copies of outgoing correspondence and memoranda. These two categories of folders seem to have copies of the same items for the year 1965, though the chronological folders contain more items. The folders labeled general and personal contain both original incoming correspondence and carbon copies of outgoing correspondence. The alphabetical and chronological folders directly concern Goldy's official responsibilities; the general correspondence folders contain a mixture of personal material and material concerning Goldy's government responsibilities and private business interests; the personal correspondence concerns primarily his personal affairs. The Subject File contains documentation relating to Goldy's responsibilities in the Department of Commerce during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, and particularly to his duties as National Export Expansion Coordinator and executive director of the Cabinet Committee on Export Expansion. The topics covered in the series include agricultural exports, the balance of payments, export expansion programs, anti-dumping legislation, business mergers, the economic development of the Appalachian region, the export of airplanes, trade relations with different countries and areas of the world, government administration of export expansion programs, international trade fairs, the financing of exports, the Export-Import Bank, the export potential of individual states, the Federal Maritime Commission, specific problems associated with the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, trade problems relating to logs and lumber, the meetings and work of the National Export Expansion Council, overseas trade fairs, tax provisions and proposed tax legislation, trade expansion legislation, and conferences and meetings relating to export expansion.

The Business and Personal File relates primarily to Goldy's activities as a businessman involved in the lumber industry in the Pacific Northwest and to his political associations within the Democratic Party. This file contains some material that Goldy carried forward from his service in the Commerce Department. About 10,000 pages of material relating to Goldy's personal affairs was separated from this series and returned to the donor.

The Speech File contains copies of speeches and speech drafts together with related materials that date from 1946, when Goldy was with the United States Employment Service, to the late 1960s. Most of the material in the series documents Goldy's service with the Department of the Interior, the Pacific Northwest region of the Bureau of Employment Security, and the Department of Commerce's Business and Defense Services Administration. Copies of speeches by other people, mostly important political figures with whose work Goldy was associated, are filed at the end of the series; most of this material is from the period of Goldy's Commerce Department service.

The Printed Materials File contains books, articles, reports, and other printed items relating to issues connected with Goldy's work as government official and private businessman. About 5,000 pages of material was separated from this series and returned to the donor. The Interview File consists of the draft of a transcribed oral history interview conducted with Goldy by Joella Werlin in 1996, focusing on Goldy's life and career through 1955.

The papers of Oscar Chapman, Roscoe Bell, C. Girard Davidson and Joel Wolfsohn contain materials relating to the Department of the Interior during the period of Goldy's service there.

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SERIES DESCRIPTIONS
Container Nos.   Series
1-2   ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF LABOR FILE, 1930-1941
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, printed materials relating to Goldy's work with the Division of Placement and Unemployment of the Illinois Department of Labor. Topics covered include unemployment estimates, unemployment compensation, and a proposed merit rating plan. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
2-3   DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY FILE, 1943-1946
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and a draft of a manuscript relating to procurement that Goldy prepared as a contribution to Samuel Eliot Morison's history of industrial mobilization and procurement during World War II. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
4-25  

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR FILE, 1946-1947; 1952-1959
consisting of three subseries as follows:

  • 4-11 - UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE FILE, 1946-1947: Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and printed materials relating to such topics as the appointment of an advisory council for the USES, the employment of handicapped veterans, labor legislation, reconversion, and the Fair Employment Practices Commission. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
  • 11-21 - BUREAU OF EMLOYMENT SECURITY, PACIFIC NOTHWEST FILE, 1948-1958: Correspondence, memoranda, reports, handwritten notes, printed material, newspaper clippings and travel forms relating to such topics as economic development, labor-management relations, unemployment, migratory farm labor, foreign aid and especially aid to Greece, logging on public lands, industrial development in Alaska, labor legislation, and the economic policies of the Truman administration. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
  • 21-25 - BUREAU OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY, REGION II FILE, 1957-1959: Correspondence, memoranda, reports, printed material and newspaper clippings relating to Goldy's work as director of the Bureau of Employment Security region that included New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Topics covered include migratory farm labor, migration from Puerto Rico and the British West Indies, labor market trends, meetings of the Employment Security Council, and unemployment compensation. Arranged alphabetically by subject, with several folders of alphabetically arranged correspondence placed first in the subseries.
26-50  

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR FILE, 1942-1954
consisting of two subseries, as follows:

  • 26-27 - CORRESPONDENCE FILE, 1947-1951: Correspondence, memoranda and cables divided into four parts. The first part relates to Goldy's work as Assistant to the Secretary of the Interior and consists of his correspondence with the Secretary of the Interior and others in the Interior Department with whom he worked; the second part relates to Goldy's work as Regional Administrator of the Bureau of Land Management for the Pacific Northwest and consists of correspondence with the Secretary of the Interior, the Director of the Bureau of Land Management, and other Interior Department officials based in Washington, D.C.; the third part also relates to Goldy's work as Regional Administrator, but consists of correspondence with government officials and others within the Pacific Northwest region; the fourth part, which supplements the second part, consists primarily of outgoing copies of the correspondence that Regional Director Goldy sent to the Director and the Associate Director of the Bureau of Land Management and to the Assistant Secretary of the Interior and others in the Interior Department. The subseries is arranged in the order described above; within each folder, the order is either chronological or reverse chronological.
  • 28-50 - SUBJECT FILE, 1942-1954: Correspondence, memoranda, reports, handwritten notes, press releases, cables, maps and printed material relating to Goldy's work as Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Interior and Regional Administrator of the Bureau of Land Management for the Pacific Northwest. Topics covered include the Columbia River Basin project and the proposed Columbia Valley Authority, the proposal to create a Department of Natural Resources, forestry issues in the Pacific Northwest, disposition of lands revested from to the Oregon and California Railroad, power development in the Pacific Northwest, economic issues in the Pacific Northwest, and President Truman's visit to the Pacific Northwest in May 1950. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
51-52   MUTUAL SECURITY AGENCY FILE, 1951-1952
Primarily mimeographed, dittographed and printed materials, speeches, press releases, reports, background information, memoranda, correspondence, travel documents and employment applications. The material relates to labor and economic conditions in Europe, trade union activity in Europe, resources development and land reform in Italy, and the timber industry in the U.S. Pacific Northwest. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
53-55   NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRY FILE, 1959
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, newspaper clippings. Topics covered include migrant labor in New Jersey and economic and social conditions in Puerto Rico. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
55-110  

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE FILE, 1955-1965
consisting of two subseries, as follows:

  • 55-58 - CORRESPONDENCE FILE, 1961-1965: The folders labeled alphabetical and chronological contain carbon copies of outgoing correspondence and memoranda; alphabetically arranged correspondence is present for 1964 and 1965, chronologically arranged correspondence for 1965. The folders labeled alphabetical and chronological and containing material from 1965 appear to contain copies of the same items, though the chronological folders contain more items than do the alphabetical folders. The material includes copies of outgoing letters and internal memoranda and relates primarily to Goldy's government responsibilities. The folders labeled general and personal contain original incoming correspondence and carbon copies of outgoing correspondence and relate primarily to Goldy's personal and private business affairs, although a small amount of this material relates to his government responsibilities.
  • 58-110 - SUBJECT FILE, 1955-1965: Correspondence, memoranda, reports, cables, handwritten notes, task force studies, press releases, printed material and newspaper clippings relating to such topics as agricultural exports, the balance of payments, export expansion programs, anti-dumping legislation, business mergers, the economic development of the Appalachian region, the export of airplanes, trade with the Soviet bloc, trade relations with different countries and areas of the world, government administration of export expansion programs, international trade fairs, the financing of exports, the Export-Import Bank, the export potential of individual states, the Federal Maritime Commission, specific problems associated with the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, Eliot Janeway's views on export expansion, trade problems regarding logs and lumber, the meetings and work of the National Export Expansion Council, overseas trade fairs, tax provisions and proposed tax legislation, trade expansion legislation, and conferences and meetings relating to export expansion. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
111-126   BUSINESS AND PERSONAL FILE, 1946-1968
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, handwritten notes, financial documents, newspaper clippings and printed material relating primarily to Goldy's business interests, political activities and personal affairs. His correspondence with some of his associates represented in this series includes information about his official government duties. Arranged alphabetically by subject or name.
127-134   SPEECH FILE, 1946-1968
Copies and drafts of speeches; notes, outlines and information used in preparing the speeches; a small amount of correspondence and a few schedules of Goldy's speaking engagements. Speech materials prior to 1952 are filed for the most part by year with no further description of subject, occasion or venue; beginning in 1952, most of the material is filed by specific speech and is well identified in the folder title. At the end of the series are several folders of speeches by other people. Otherwise, the series is arranged in chronological order.
135-137   PRINTED MATERIALS FILE, 1930-1996
Books, articles, pamphlets, reports, studies and other printed materials relating primarily to Goldy's work in government programs relating to employment services, land and resource management, economic development, and export expansion, and to his career as a businessman in the lumber industry. Arranged chronologically.
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FOLDER TITLE LIST

Box 1

ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF LABOR FILE, 1937-41

  • American Association for Labor Legislation, American Political Science Association
  • American Federation of Labor
  • Article, New York Times, January 28, 1940, "Two Trades Fight 'Merit Rating' Plan"
  • Bureau of Business Conditions (1940)
  • Citizens of Greater Chicago--Poster, "Governmental Reform is Not a Sport for the Short-Winded"
  • Comments on Detroit Speech, Complementary Letters, etc.
  • Congress of Industrial Organizations
  • Economic Policy--Graduate Economics Club Meeting, June 6, 1939, University of Chicago
  • Estimates of Unemployment in the United States, 1929-35, by Robert R. Nathan, International Labor Review, January 1936
  • Estimates of Unemployment in the United States (The Review of Economic Statistics), August 1940, Vol. XXII, Number 3
  • "Federal-State Relations in Unemployment Compensation Administration: Illinois and Wisconsin," by Alfred Phillip Fernbach, 1941
  • I.A.P.E.S. [Illinois Association of Public Employment Service]
  • Institute on Employment Service and Unemployment Compensation Procedures (University of Minnesota, April 8-13, 1940)
  • Labor--Miscellaneous Data (Material from Witte, etc.) [1 of 2]
  • Labor--Miscellaneous Data (Material from Witte, etc.) [2 of 2]
  • Letters on Leaving the Illinois Division of Placement and Unemployment Compensation
  • Merit Rating System of the Illinois Unemployment Compensation Act
  • New Jersey Survey

Box 2

  • [Pamphlets on unemployment compensation and social security, 1936-40] [1 of 2]
  • [Pamphlets on unemployment compensation and social security, 1936-40] [2 of 2]
  • Procedures Control Unit
  • State of Connecticut, Department of Labor and Factory Inspection, Unemployment Compensation Division [statistics showing education and training of youth between ages of 16 and 25]
  • Technical Publications Digest
  • "Unemployment as a Census Problem," by Charles E. Persons (Journal of the American Statistical Association, March 1930)
  • "Unemployment Questions in the Federal Census," (Journal of the American Statistical Association, March 1930)
  • Unemployment Statistics - Newspaper Articles (Chicago Journal of Commerce, 1941)
  • "Unemployment--What's to be Done?" [college thesis by Daniel L. Goldy, January 1936, used in preparing a report presented to the annual meeting of the Interstate Conferences of Employment Security Agencies, October 3, 1939]

DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY FILE, 1943-46

  • Book, Industrial Mobilization [outline]
  • Conclusions [for Industrial Mobilization]
  • Correspondence with Commander [R.J.] Wyman
  • Development of Production Controls in the Field
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Personal--Navy
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Navy--Medical
  • Interviews--I.A. [Inspection Administration]

Box 3

  • Manpower--A Case in Point
  • Memoranda
  • Minimizing Production Difficulties
  • Navy--Labor Supply
  • Navy--Miscellaneous [1 of 2]
  • Navy--Miscellaneous [2 of 2]
  • Navy--Personnel Papers
  • Production Control--Obtaining Material on Schedule
  • Progressing and Expediting--First Draft
  • Role of MIS [Material Inspection Services]
  • Role of Other Agencies [Navy Procurement]
  • Scheduling [Navy Procurement]
  • Travel Orders

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR FILE: United States Employment Service File, 1946-47

Box 4

  • Advisory Council [1 of 4]
  • Advisory Council [2 of 4]
  • Advisory Council [3 of 4]
  • Advisory Council [4 of 4]
  • Advisory Council--Local
  • Advisory Council (Trip to Cleveland)
  • American Federation of Labor
  • American Legion
  • AVC (American Veterans Committee) [1 of 2]
  • AVC (American Veterans Committee) [2 of 2]

Box 5

  • AMVETS (American Veterans of World War II)
  • Application Process
  • Bibliographies--Employment Security
  • Budget
  • Congress of Industrial Organization
  • Disabled [American] Veterans (DAV) [1 of 4]
  • Disabled [American] Veterans (DAV) [2 of 4]
  • Disabled [American] Veterans (DAV) [3 of 4]
  • Disabled [American] Veterans (DAV) [4 of 4]

Box 6

  • DAV Convention (Portland, Oregon, September 2-5, 1946)
  • Federal Security Agency [1 of 2]
  • Federal Security Agency [2 of 2]
  • Handicapped [reports and memoranda on employment of the handicapped by Robert C. Goodwin, Director, United States Employment Services, 1946] [1 of 2]
  • Handicapped [reports and memoranda on employment of the handicapped by Robert C. Goodwin, Director, United States Employment Services, 1946] [2 of 2]
  • Hearings (Congressional) [1 of 2]
  • Hearings (Congressional) [2 of 2]
  • Industrial Mobilization
  • Labor Laws [1 of 2]
  • Labor Laws [2 of 2]

Box 7

  • Labor Legislation
  • Labor Market
  • Legislation [1 of 5]
  • Legislation [2 of 5]
  • Legislation [3 of 5]
  • Legislation [4 of 5]
  • Legislation [5 of 5]

Box 8

  • "Making Home Town Plans Work" (Aid to Veterans)
  • Merit Ratings (Miscellaneous Data) [1938-40]
  • Minority Groups Policy--FEPC [Fair Employment Practices Commission]
  • Miscellaneous [role of U.S. Employment Service in the post war economy; list of government officials in public welfare positions; the Japanese Labor Exchange Program; the War Manpower Commission, etc.] [1 of 3]
  • Miscellaneous [role of U.S. Employment Service in the post war economy; list of government officials in public welfare positions; the Japanese Labor Exchange Program; the War Manpower Commission, etc.] [2 of 3]
  • Miscellaneous [role of U.S. Employment Service in the post war economy; list of government officials in public welfare positions; the Japanese Labor Exchange Program; the War Manpower Commission, etc.] [3 of 3]
  • On-the-Job Training
  • Organization of USES [1 of 2]

Box 9

  • Organization of USES [2 of 2]
  • Plan for Paying Benefits on a Daily Basis
  • Press Releases
  • Public Policy Digest of the National Planning Association
  • Regional Directors Conferences
  • Regions I-XII
  • Resolutions on USES--USES Personnel for DAV, VFW, American Legion [1 of 2]
  • Resolutions on USES--USES Personnel for DAV, VFW, American Legion [2 of 2]
  • Retraining and Reemployment Administration
  • Return to the States of USES, November 16, 1946 [1 of 2]

Box 10

  • Return to the States of USES, November 16, 1946 [2 of 2]
  • Selective Placement Program
  • Servicemen's Readjustment Act
  • Six-Point Program
  • State Plans of Operation
  • Statistics--American Legion Speech
  • Unemployment Compensation
  • Unemployment Compensation--the Basis for Veterans
  • Veterans

Box 11

  • Veterans Administration
  • Veterans Employment Service [1 of 2]
  • Veterans Employment Service [2 of 2]
  • Veterans of Foreign Wars
  • Wagner-Pyser Act
  • War Manpower Commission

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR FILE: Bureau Of Employment Security Pacific Northwest Region File, 1948(1952)-1958

  • Agriculture--Farm Tenure Improvement in the United States
  • Agriculture [newspaper clippings]
  • Alaska--Newspaper Clippings
  • Alaska--October 24-27, 1953
  • Alaska--Political
  • Alaskan Development
  • Aluminum Industry [newspaper clippings]
  • AFL-CIO

Box 12

  • American Housing Needs
  • American Mining Congress, Seattle, September 21-24, 1953
  • American Society for Public Administration
  • Applications--Daniel L. Goldy, Personal
  • Article--Oregon Journal
  • B--Daniel L. Goldy, Personal
  • Baker, Edward M.--Daniel L. Goldy, Personal
  • Brown, George--Daniel L. Goldy, Personal
  • Budget Information--Daniel L Goldy, Personal
  • Bureau of Employment Security, 1956
  • BES/DMA [Bureau of Employment Security/Defense Mobilization Administration], Regional Directors' Meeting, Washington, DC, June 16-18, 1952
  • Bureau of Employment Security--Farm Labor Markets
  • C--Daniel L. Goldy, Personal
  • Church, Senator Frank--Daniel L. Goldy, Personal
  • Columbia Empire Industries, Inc.--Daniel L. Goldy, Personal
  • CIO--West Coast [newspaper clippings]
  • Contracts [newspaper clippings]
  • Critical Areas--Tacoma
  • D--Daniel L. Goldy, Personal
  • E--Daniel L. Goldy, Personal
  • Economic Outlook [newspaper clippings]
  • Employment Security--Labor Department (Farm Labor, 1958) [1 of 2]
  • Employment Security--Labor Department (Farm Labor, 1958) [2 of 2]

Box 13

  • Employment Security--Northwest Regional
  • F--Daniel L. Goldy, Personal
  • Farm Contract
  • Farm Labor Situation--Daniel L. Goldy, Personal
  • Fish--Resources [newspaper clippings]
  • Foreign Economy [newspaper clippings]
  • G--Daniel L. Goldy, Personal
  • Gaiser, Silas--Daniel L. Goldy, Personal
  • Galey, Cecelia P.--Daniel L. Goldy, Personal
  • Garrett, H. Fred--Daniel L. Goldy, Personal
  • GAO [General Accounting Office] Report on Forest Practices
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Alphabetical Correspondence--A
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Alphabetical Correspondence--B [1 of 2]

Box 14

  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Alphabetical Correspondence--B [2 of 2]
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Alphabetical Correspondence--Brockway, Glenn E.
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Alphabetical Correspondence--C
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Alphabetical Correspondence--D
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Alphabetical Correspondence--E and F
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Alphabetical Correspondence--G
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Alphabetical Correspondence--H
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Alphabetical Correspondence--I and J
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Alphabetical Correspondence--K and L

Box 15

  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Alphabetical Correspondence--M
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Alphabetical Correspondence--N and O
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Alphabetical Correspondence--P Through R
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Alphabetical Correspondence--S [1 of 3]
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Alphabetical Correspondence--S [2 of 3]
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Alphabetical Correspondence--S [3 of 3]
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Alphabetical Correspondence--T Through V

Box 16

  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Alphabetical Correspondence--W Through Z
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Travel, FY 1953 [1 of 2]
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Travel, FY 1953 [2 of 2]
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Travel, FY 1956
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Trip Folder, Regional Directors' Conference, Los Angeles, California (Biltmore Hotel)
  • Goldy, Daniel L.--Trip Folder--New York
  • Goodwin, Robert [1953-58]
  • Government Agencies (Reorganization, etc.)
  • Governors' Meeting, August 1953 [newspaper clippings]
  • Governor's Safety Conference--Portland, Oregon, November 19-20, 1953
  • Gulick, Luther H.--Daniel L. Goldy, Personal
  • H--Daniel L. Goldy, Personal<