TURNER, CARLTON E.: Files, 1981-1987 – REAGAN LIBRARY COLLECTIONS

 

This collection is available in whole for research use. Some folders may still have withdrawn material due to Freedom of Information Act restrictions. Most frequent withdrawn material is national security classified material, personal privacy, protection of the President, etc.

 

TURNER, CARLTON E.: Files, 1981-1987 (44.4 l.ft.; Box 1-104)

 

Senior Policy Adviser, Drug Abuse Policy Office, 1981-1982

Director of the Drug Abuse Policy Office, 1982-1983

Special Assistant to the President for Drug Abuse Policy, and Director of the Drug Abuse Policy Office, 1983-1985

Deputy Assistant to the President for Drug Abuse Policy, and Director of the Drug Abuse Policy Office, 1985-1986

 

Biography

 

Dr. Carlton E. Turner was born in Choctaw County, Alabama in 1940.  He graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi, earning a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and master’s and doctoral degrees in organic chemistry. Turner became one of the nation’s leading experts on the botany and pharmacology of marijuana.

 

Before joining the Reagan Administration, Turner headed the Marijuana Research Project at the University of Mississippi. He served in the University’s Research Institute for Pharmaceutical Studies, becoming Director of the Institute in 1980. He also worked as a consultant for government agencies and private firms in the United States, Mexico, and Canada, as well as for the United Nations.

 

Turner was appointed Senior Policy Adviser for Drug Policy in July 1981.  In March 1982, his title changed to Director of the Drug Abuse Policy Office.  He took on the additional title of Special Assistant to the President for Drug Abuse Policy in April1983.  In March 1985, he was appointed Deputy Assistant to the President for Drug Abuse Policy.  Turner served as the President’s adviser for drug abuse policy and assisted Nancy Reagan with her domestic and international drug abuse education projects.  Turner left the White House staff effective December 31, 1986.

 

In 1987, Turner became President and Chief Executive Officer of Princeton Diagnostic Laboratories of America, a biomedical and pharmaceutical testing laboratory.  In 1994, he joined Carrington Laboratories, where he served as Executive Vice President for Scientific Affairs, and then as Chief Operating Officer.  He became President and CEO of Carrington Laboratories in April 1995. Carrington Laboratories changed its name to DelSite, Inc. in June 2008. Turner retired from his position as President and CEO of DelSite on December 31, 2008. 

 

 

Scope and Content Note

 

This collection reflects the broad range of activities and projects that Carlton Turner initiated and oversaw during his years at the White House.  Under his leadership, the Drug Abuse Policy Office was heavily involved in drug awareness, education, and prevention outreach initiatives.  It also coordinated discussion and policy on drug law enforcement issues and drug eradication efforts.  Turner took an active role in the international aspects of the drug abuse problem, giving many foreign interviews and meeting with heads of state, foreign government officials, and directors of international addiction treatment organizations.  The collection also reflects the scientific aspects of drug use and addiction treatment, due to Turner’s research background in chemistry and the pharmacology of marijuana.

 

This collection is arranged in fourteen series: Series I: Chronological File; Series II: Memorandum File; Series III: Subject File; Series IV: Congressional Name File; Series V: Congressional Subject File; Series VI: Oversight Working Group; Series VII: Drug Abuse Policy Office Reports; Series VIII: Itineraries; Series IX: Media File; Series X: Conferences and Meetings; Series XI: International File; Series XII: State Correspondence; Series XIII: Comic Book Project; and Series XIV: Publications and Reports.

 

SERIES I: CHRONOLOGICAL FILE, 1981-1986 (1.2 l.ft., Boxes 1-3)

 

This series consists of memoranda and correspondence relating to the activities of the Drug Abuse Policy Office, inquiries from the general public, and Turner’s meetings, speaking engagements, and professional exchanges.  The files contain both incoming and outgoing items.  The material is arranged chronologically.

 

SERIES II: MEMORANDUM FILE, 1981-1985 (0.6 l.ft., Boxes 3-5)

 

This series consists of outgoing memoranda arranged chronologically.  Many of the memoranda are reports to Edwin Harper, Roger Porter, and Jack Svahn.  Also included are two folders of memos from Daniel Leonard to Carlton Turner.

 

SERIES III: SUBJECT FILE, 1981-1986 (27.4 l.ft., Boxes 5-69)

 

This series contains material relating to the full range of Turner’s work.  Prominent topics include: the federal drug strategy; drug and alcohol abuse awareness events, campaigns, and literature; coordination with  professional associations, volunteer organizations, and private corporations on anti-drug abuse initiatives; drug addiction treatment centers; adolescent drug use; drug testing and anti-drug campaigns in professional sports; drug testing in the military and the workplace; the Teen Titans anti-drug comic book; international narcotics production, trafficking, and interdiction; the National Narcotics Border Interdiction System; the South Florida Task Force; pharmaceutical theft; the legalization of marijuana; cannabis eradication with the herbicide paraquat; the White House Conference for a Drug Free America; and the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Coordinating Council.  While many folder titles in this series indicate a particular meeting date, the folders often contain material relating to a broader time period.

 

SERIES IV: CONGRESSIONAL NAME FILE, 1981-1986 (1.4 l.ft., Boxes 69-72)

 

This series contains material relating to Turner’s meetings and correspondence with members of Congress.  Topics addressed include: the federal drug strategy and role of the Drug Abuse Policy Office; requests for Turner to speak at conferences and meetings; constituent questions regarding drug abuse; cannabis eradication with paraquat; the health effects of marijuana use; penalties for marijuana trafficking; imitation controlled substances or “look-alike drugs”; penalties for drunk driving; rescheduling methaqualone as a Schedule 1 controlled substance; the Compassionate Pain Relief Act; cocaine dependency; the Teen Titans comic book; the Posse Comitatus Act and military assistance for drug interdiction efforts; Coast Guard drug-related arrests and seizures; cannabis eradication in Colombia; the diversion of legally manufactured pharmaceuticals; the Virginia Drug and Alcohol Information System; National Drug Abuse Education Week; the 1984 PRIDE conference; narcotics aid to Peru; and the Navy urinalysis program.  The files are arranged alphabetically by last name.

 

SERIES V: CONGRESSIONAL SUBJECT FILE, 1981-1986 (1.1 l.ft, Boxes 72-75)

 

This series contains material relating to Congressional hearings, meetings, and legislation on narcotics matters. Topics addressed in this series include: the federal drug abuse strategy; coordination of federal drug interdiction efforts; federal support for state and local drug law enforcement; drug abuse prevention and education programs; the eradication of cannabis with paraquat; domestic marijuana production; teenage drug and alcohol abuse; legalization of medical marijuana use; drug abuse in the military; military urinalysis programs; military drug and alcohol abuse prevention programs; a proposed centralized Office of Drug Enforcement; military assistance for drug interdiction and the Posse Comitatus Act; the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1983; the Violent Crime and Drug Enforcement Improvements Act of 1982; imitation controlled substances or “look-alike” drugs; the nomination of Francis Mullen to be Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Agency; and a Congressional study mission on narcotics control in Latin America.  The material is arranged alphabetically.

 

SERIES VI: OVERSIGHT WORKING GROUP, 1983-1986 (1.3 l.ft., Boxes 75-78)

 

This series consists of material relating to the meetings of the White House Oversight Working Group.  Turner established the group in order to monitor federal drug enforcement activities and promote interagency communication.  The group was composed of senior officials from the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Customs Service, the Coast Guard, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, the Department of State, the Department of Justice Criminal Division, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Defense, the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, and the Food and Drug Administration.  The files contain monthly activity reports from the federal agencies, as well as some meeting agendas and minutes.  For additional material on the Oversight Working Group, November 1986-March 1987, see the Subject File in the Donald Ian Macdonald collection.  Turner’s work product for November and December 1987 is located in this file.  Dick Williams served as the interim coordinator for the group in January 1987, and Ian Macdonald chaired the group as it was winding down in February and March 1987.  Because this file contains Macdonald’s work product, it was retained in his collection.

 

SERIES VII: DRUG ABUSE POLICY OFFICE REPORTS, 1982-1987 (0.2 l.ft, Box 78)

 

This series consists of Turner’s weekly reports to the head of the Office of Policy Development.  The reports summarize the activities of the Drug Abuse Policy Office and list upcoming events and meetings.  Supporting memoranda, talking points, and reports are also included.  The final folder in this series contains a small amount of material from January 1987, the interim period following Turner’s departure as head of the Drug Abuse Policy Office and preceding Ian Macdonald’s arrival.  Dick Williams was responsible for the office reports during this period.  Please note that additional weekly activity reports from 1982 and 1983 are located in category FG006-07 of the White House Office of Records Management (WHORM): Subject File.

 

SERIES VIII: ITINERARIES, 1981-1986 (0.3 l.ft., Boxes 78-79)

 

This series consists of itineraries for Turner’s domestic and international trips.  The itineraries outline Turner’s scheduled meetings and speaking engagements, travel arrangements, and points of contact.  When Turner traveled with the First Lady, her schedules are also included.  The files are arranged chronologically.

 

SERIES IX: MEDIA FILE, 1981-1986 (2.7 l.ft., Boxes 79-85)

 

This series contains material relating to Turner’s interviews with television, radio, and print journalists.  John Keller, Communications Officer, and subsequently Patrick McKelvey, Public Affairs Coordinator, coordinated the interviews for Turner. The files contain administrative and logistical records, background articles collected for interview preparation, and brief notes summarizing the interview.  Interview transcripts and copies of the published stories are not included in the files.  Folders are arranged chronologically by interview date.  In cases where no interview was held, the folder is filed under the media contact date.

 

SERIES X: CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS, 1981-1982 (0.3 l.ft., Box 85)

 

This series contains material relating to speaking requests and conference invitations. The folders are arranged chronologically by date of the conference or meeting.  For additional material on Turner’s participation in conferences and meetings, see Series III.

 

SERIES XI: INTERNATIONAL File, 1981-1986 (2.0 l.ft., Boxes 85-90)

 

This series contains material relating to: Turner’s visits to Austria, the Bahamas, Belize, Brazil, Colombia, Jamaica, the Netherlands, and Panama; meetings with foreign visitors from the United States Information Agency (USIA) International Visitor program and the Drug Enforcement Agency Executive Observation Program; USIA-sponsored interviews with foreign journalists; country-specific data on narcotics production, trafficking, and consumption; international narcotics-related crimes, arrests, seizures, and legislative developments; international production of opium and heroin; the eradication of cannabis and opium with paraquat in foreign countries; meetings with Colombian President Belisario Betancur on narcotics interdiction; Cuban involvement in drug trafficking; the 1982 visit of Attorney General William French Smith to Pakistan; National Security Decision Directive 221, regarding narcotics and national security; and evaluation of an Australian aircraft for Customs Department purchase.  Also included is a file on military assistance in drug interdiction and the Posse Comitatus Act.

 

SERIES XII: STATE CORRESPONDENCE, 1981-1986 (2.1 l.ft., Boxes 90-95)

 

This series contains material relating to state and community drug education and treatment initiatives; Turner’s speaking engagements and meetings with community organizations; youth drug and alcohol abuse; school substance abuse education programs; parent associations for drug education and prevention; requests for information on the federal role in drug enforcement; cannabis eradication with paraquat in Georgia and Kentucky; heroin trafficking and consumption in New York City; and the Oregon Marijuana Initiative.  These files consist primarily of general correspondence from the public.  A significant amount of the correspondence is addressed to the President and Mrs. Reagan, and it was forwarded to Turner for response.

 

SERIES XIII: COMIC BOOK PROJECT, 1982-1984 (1.1 l.ft., Boxes 95-97)

 

This series contains material relating to the development and distribution of the Teen Titans drug awareness comic books.  The comic books were designed to communicate the dangers of drug abuse to elementary school children. The Drug Abuse Policy Office coordinated the project, DC Comics developed the story line and artwork, and private companies funded the production costs. The Keebler Company sponsored the fourth grade book (released in April 1983), the National Soft Drink Association sponsored the sixth grade book (November 1983), and IBM sponsored the fifth grade book through the National Federation of Parents for Drug Free Youth (February 1984).  The files consist primarily of correspondence with educators, parents, and children. See Series III for additional material on the comic book project.

 

SERIES XIV: PUBLICATIONS AND REPORTS, 1981-1986 (2.7 l.ft., Boxes 97-103)

 

This series contains publications relating to cocaine and marijuana use; addiction treatment programs; adolescent drug abuse; drug-abuse resources for parents; drug and alcohol use in the military; narcotics and organized crime; cannabis eradication; national border management; mental health policy; and drugs and traffic safety.  The publications date from 1977 to 1986.  They are arranged alphabetically.

 

CONTAINER LIST

 

SERIES I: CHRONOLOGICAL FILE, 1981-1986

Box 1

[Chron File 1981, A]

[Chron File 1981, B]

[Chron File 1981, C]

[Chron File 1981, D]

[Chron File 1981, E]

[Chron File 1981, F]

[Chron File 1981, G]

[Chron File 1981, H]

[Chron File 1981, I] (empty)

[Chron File 1981, J]

[Chron File 1981, K] (empty)

[Chron File 1981, L]

[Chron File 1981, M]

[Chron File 1981, Mc]

[Chron File 1981, N]

[Chron File 1981, O]

[Chron File 1981, P]

[Chron File 1981, Q] (empty)

[Chron File 1981, R]

[Chron File 1981, S]

[Chron File 1981, T]

[Chron File 1981, U-V]

[Chron File 1981, W]

[Chron File 1981, XYZ] (empty)

[Chron File – Non-Routine Correspondence – July 1981-February 1982] (1)-(7)

[Chron File 1983-1986 (Miscellaneous Papers)] (1)-(3)

 

Box 2

[Chron File 1983-1986 (Miscellaneous Papers)] (4)(5)

[Chron File 02/23/1984-03/5/1984] (1)(2)

Chron File March 1985-July 1986 (1)-(9)

[Chron File] August 1986-September 1986 (1)-(5)

 

Box 3

[Chron File] August 1986-September 1986 (6)(7)

[Chron File 1986 I] (1)-(3)

[Chron File 1986 II] (1)-(4)

[Chron File 1986 – Foreign I] (1)-(3)      

[Chron File 1986 – Foreign II] (1)(2)      

 

SERIES II: MEMORANDUM FILE, 1981-1985

Box 3, Continued

Memos: January 1983-February 1983 (1)-(3)

 

Box 4

Memos: January 1983-February 1983 (4)

Memos: March 1983 (1)-(4)

Memos: August 1983-September 1983 (1)-(4)

Memos: August 1984-May 1985 (1)-(10)

 

Box 5

Memos – Dan Leonard/Carlton Turner (1)(2)  

 

SERIES III: SUBJECT FILE, 1981-1986

Box 5, Continued

The A-Center, Dr. Belter, Racine, Wisconsin

ACTION (1)-(5)

[ACTION] Mary Baca and Tom Pauken, 10/12/1982 - 3:00 pm (1)(2)

ACTION Films

ACTION (Thomas Pauken) (1)(2)

[ACTION] Tom Pauken, Joyce Nalepka and Ann Wrobleski, 05/24/1982 - 3:30 pm

ACTION / Synergist, 12/02/1981 D.C.

Bill Adams, 10/02/1986 - 11:00 am (1)-(3)

[Addict Rehabilitation Center] ARC – Wayne Robertson, Marian Hogan, Jerry Long,

David Shyrock, 10/25/1982 - 3:15 pm

Addiction Research Center (NIDA) [National Institute on Drug Abuse] (1)-(3)

Advancements in Science and Education – Schnare

Advertising Council

Advertising Council Luncheon – State Department, 04/23/1982

Agency for International Development (AID)

Agency for International Development Briefing, 11/16/1985 - 11:00am

Agency Visits – ADAMHA: NIMH, NIAAA, ADAMHA and FDA, 07/02/1982 [1982-1984]

Agent Orange

 

Box 6

Agriculture (John Block)

[Aid Association for Lutherans] AAL Fraternal Benefits and Financial Services for Lutherans

[A.I.M. A.H.E.A.D. (An Involvement of Many – Awareness and Helping in the

Education of Alcohol and Drugs)]

Air Force

[Alabama Department of Mental Health]

[Alabama Families in Action]

Mr. Joseph Alaqua [Washington Township, NJ]

[Alaska Council on Prevention of Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Inc.]

Alcohol / Advertising

Alcohol Advertising with OJJDP [Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency

Program], 10/09/1984 – 2:00 pm

[Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration (ADAMHA) - I]

[Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration (ADAMHA) - II]

[ADAMHA – Alcohol Health and Research World]

[ADAMHA] Dr. Paula Gordon

ADAMHA / Bud Mayer, 01/21/1983 – 11:00 am (1)(2)

ADAMHA Newsletter (1)(2)

[Alcohol and Drug Problems Association of North America] ADPA Board Meeting –

Hyatt, Arlington, VA, Suite 611, 12/09/1983 - 2:00 pm

Alcohol and Drug Problems Association / Roger Stevenson, 01/07/1983 - 9:00 am (1)(2)

Alcohol Letters

Alcoholics Anonymous

[Alcoholism]

Alcoholism [Magazine], August 1982

Alcoholism [Magazine], October 1982

Alexandria Community Y – T.C. Williams High School with Carl Eller, 03/08/1983 - 7:00 pm

Jim Allen Meeting – New York Addict Rehabilitation Center, 04/28/1982 - 11:00 am

[Alpha Phi Sigma]

          Donna Alvarado and Rick Ventura / ACTION, 01/28/1986

Todd Amani and Greg Winn – USIA [U.S. Information Agency], 07/03/1984

          Joaquim Del Bosco Amaral, 02/07/1986

Ambassadors Conference on Narcotics, 11/12/1986 (1)

 

Box 7

Ambassadors Conference on Narcotics, 11/12/1986 (2)-(5)

          Ambassadors Meeting, 10/06/1986-10/07/1986 (1)-(4)

American Academy of Pediatrics

          American Academy of Pediatrics, Jacky Noyes, 01/06/1983

          American Association of Advertising Agencies, 12/12/1984 - 1:00 pm (1)(2)

[American Association of Advertising Agencies] AAAA Luncheon – Alcohol Advertising,

01/30/1985 - 12:15 pm

[American Bar Association] ABA (1)(2)

          American Bar Association, 08/20/1985 - 1:00 pm (1)-(4)

[American Broadcasting Company] ABC-TV

American Camping Association – Alan Stolz

          American College of Nuclear Physicians / Carol Lively, 03/04/1983 - 3:00 pm

 

          Box 8

[American Council on Alcohol Problems]

          American Council for Drug Education

American Council on Marijuana Conference, 12/04/1981

[American Council on Marijuana and Other Psychoactive Drugs, Inc.]

American Council on Science and Health – Elizabeth Whelan, 09/15/1985 - 2:30 pm

[American Educational Films]

American Federation of Teachers

American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education

American Home Products, 01/28/1983 - 10:00 am

American Home Products Corporation – New York, NY

American Institute for the Study of Racial and Religious Cooperation

[American Judges Association]

American Legion Scrapbook: Resolutions and Pamphlets re: Drugs

American Legislative Exchange Council Board Program Washington D.C., 01/27/1983-01/28/1983

American Lung Association (1)-(7)

American Medical Association (1)-(5)

[American Medical Association] AMA (1)

 

Box 9

[American Medical Association] AMA (2)

[American Medical Association] AMA – Paul Donelan and Dorothy Moss,

07/22/1982 - 11:00 am

[American Medical Association Informal Steering Committee on Prescription Drug

          Abuse] (1)-(3)

American Medical Society on Alcoholism

[American Mothers Inc.]

          American Occupational Medicine Association, 11/10/1986 - 4:00 pm

American Pharmaceutical Association

[American Productivity Center] (1)(2)

          American Productivity Center, 08/26/1986 - 9:15 am

American Psychiatric Association – Jay Cuttler and Mel Sabshin, 01/23/1984 - 2:00 pm

American Public Health Association

American Society of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 10/16/1984

Americans for Substance Abuse Prevention

Amethyst – National Council on Alcoholism, Inc.

Dick Andersen – Fort Worth County Commissioner

Chris Andrews – Dartmouth

          Ray Andrus, Frank Emig – AFL-CIO, 04/24/1986 - 10:00 am

Lawrence Nixon Anfinson, 07/07/1982 - 11:15 am

          Bob Angarola, 08/14/1985 - 11:30 am

Robert Angarola – Former Drug Staff

          Anheuser-Busch (1)-(5)

 

          Box 10

Anheuser-Busch (6)

[Anheuser-Busch Companies]

Annual Report – Administration

[Annual Report] Repeal of Annual Report and Two Year Strategy (1)(2)

Anti-Tampering

Applied Resources Corporation

[Appointment, Request for, 09/13/1983]

[Appropriations / Debt Ceiling – Hiatus]

          David Archibald

[Argentina] Dr. Juan Delconte, General Arturo Lopetegui, Mario Montenegro,

          Rudolph Villegas, 05/28/1985 - 3:30 pm

Argentina Group, 09/17/1985 - 2:00 pm

[Arizona Jaycees]

          Arizona State University - I

[Arizona State University] - II

[Arkansas]

David Armstrong

Arrests and Drug Use: Senate Subcommittee Testimony

          Association of Junior Leagues, Inc.

[Association of Labor-Management Administrations and Consultants on Alcoholism]

1982 ALMACA Conference Speech By Dr. Turner, 11/03/1982 (1)(2)

          ALMACA / [Thomas] Delaney – Room 218, 04/15/1982

[Association of Teacher Educators]

Malcolm Ater (Comics) and Steve Jacobs, 01/21/1983 - 10:00 am (1)-(4)

          Attorney General's Investigative Task Forces (FBI)

          Australia - I

[Australia] - II

Avianca Seizure

Aviation Drug Task Force, 06/12/1984 - 10:00 am

Avon Products, Inc.

          Awards Ceremony / Presidential Certificates of Appreciation

[AWARE – Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention of Southwest Louisiana]

          Don Ayer – U.S. Attorney, Sacramento, CA, 09/29/1983 - 7:45 am

 

          Box 11

          Babes

          Carolyn Bacon-O’Donnell Foundation

          Norm Bailey

Joe Band

Dr. Lewis B. Barnes, 11/22/1985 - 1:30 pm

[Bill and Pat Barton]

          Gary Bauer (Department of Education) and Steve Jacobs, 02/15/1983 - 2:00 pm

William Beachner, 09/17/1985 - 11:30 pm

[David Bearman, Health Officer, Sutter County, VA]

          Dr. John D. Beary, Georgetown University, School of Medicine

Alan Becker / PACE Corporation

Becton Dickinson – Public Safety, Joseph Flaherty, 06/22/1982 - 5:15 pm

          Secretary William Bennett, 03/25/1986 - 7:45am

          Gaston de Bern, Gerald Lore, 08/14/1985 - 10:00 am

Kate Bernstein

          Hector Bertoncello Argentina, 09/12/1986 - 10:30 am

Bi-Bett Corporation, Concord, CA

[Big Brothers of the National Capitol Area]

          Bipartisan Leadership Meeting, 09/09/1986 - 9:30 am

          Biznet (Ask Washington), 09/22/1986 - 9:00 am

David Black – Organization of American States, 06/09/1983 - 4:00 pm

          Black Ministers Briefing, 10/22/1986

          John Block and Denis Zegar, 11/06/1986 - 8:00 am

          Blue Cross / Blue Shield (1)(2)

          Blue Cross / Blue Shield [Substance Abuse Treatment Benefits] (1)-(7)

Blue Ribbon Committee on Alcohol – Sandy Golden (1)(2)

 

Box 12

William Bolger (USPS), Breakfast, 11/04/1982 - 7:25 am (1)-(3)

Seymour Bolton (Former Drug Staff), 07/14/1981

          Bill Borklund, 07/29/1985 - 11:00 am    

[James B. Borsig, Administrative Assistant – City of Hattiesburg]

[Boston Consulting Group]

          Secretary Otis Bowen, 04/16/1986 - 3:15 pm

[Boys Club]

          Boys Clubs of America (1)(2)

          Boys Life – Warren Young, 08/13/1986

          Meeting with Dr. Edward Brandt, Mayer – HHS, 11/16/1981

          Briefing Book – Presidential Meeting, 06/24/1982

          Secretary William E. Brock, 09/17/1985 - 11:30 am

Dan Brooks

Christine Brown [Indian Affairs]

Dr. Angela Browne, 02/22/1984 - 2:00 pm

B.B. Bufkin

Bob Burford (BLM), 05/15/1984 - 11:00 am

Jim Burnley and Ralph Stanley – January Events, 05/13/1983 - 11:00 am

Bill Burns

          Burson-Marstellar

          Cabinet Briefing Book (1)(2)

[Cabinet Council on Human Resources, 05/03/1983]

[Cabinet Council on Legal Policy] (1)(2)

 

Box 13

[Cabinet Council on Legal Policy] (3)-(7)

[Cabinet Council on Legal Policy, 12/13/1983]

[Cabinet Council on Management and Administration, 11/02/1983]

[Cabinet Council Working Group on Drug Abuse Health Issues] CCWG-

DAHI – Room 248 OEOB, 10/26/1982 - 10:00am

Holly Caldwell and Richard Gay, HHS – Office, 08/03/1982

[California]

California Opinion Index – Marijuana, August 1983

          Californians Against Marijuana Planting (CAMP)

          Californians for Drug-Free Youth, Inc.

          Canadian Visitors, 12/02/1986 - 1:00 pm

[Canceled Event – Burmese Narcotics Observation Project]                  

Cannabis Cultivation Detection and Surveillance System

Cannabis Eradication (1)-(5)

          The Canzeri Company – Joe Canzeri

          Patricia Carlan – Junior League, 03/05/1986 - 1:00 pm (1)(2)

[Bob Carleson]

Norman Carlson, 09/16/1985 - 10:00 am

Gerald Carmen, GSA, 11/17/1983 - 4:00 pm

Carnation

[Jose Carranza, M.D.]

Dr. William Casey and Jackie Tillman, 12/12/1985 - 5:30 pm

Michael Castine, 10/26/1982 - 2:00 pm

[Castro and the Narcotics Connection, Cuban American National Foundation, 1983]

          Causeway Lumber Co. – Gene Whiddon, President, 03/15/1983 - 11:30 am

 

          Box 14

[Celebrity Connection]

          Dagmar I. Celeste, First Lady, Columbus, Ohio

[Cenikor Foundation] (1)-(3)

          Center for New Era Philanthropy

          Center for Strategic Studies, 06/16/1986 - 11:00 am (1)(2)

          Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

[Central Intelligence Agency] CIA [1983-1985]

[Central Intelligence Agency] CIA Briefing, 11/21/1985 - 10:30 am

[Central Intelligence Agency] CIA Briefing – South America, Washington, D.C., 07/06/1983

          [Central Intelligence Agency] CIA Luncheon, 05/20/1983 - 12:30 pm

[Certificates of Appreciation]

Jack Champion and L.B. Griffin re: Drugs and Unemployment, 06/28/1983 - 2:30 pm

          Ambassador Bruce Chapman, 01/09/1986 - 6:30 pm

Pete Charette, Drug Task Force – Atlanta, GA

          Chelsea House – Harold Steinberg, Publisher

Chemical People

The Chemical People I (1)-(5)

The Chemical People II (1)-(3)

Chemical People – Letters, etc.

 

Box 15

Chevron Corporation, California, 09/15/1981 (1)(2)

          Meeting with David Chew, 09/29/1986 - 11:00 am

          Samuel D. Chilcote, Jr.

          Children of Alcoholics

Children of Alcoholics – Macdonald and Claudia Black, 05/01/1985 - 4:30 pm

Children’s Museum – National Consumers Week, 04/30/1983 (1)-(3)

          Lauren Childress, 11/05/1986 - 10:30 am

[Christian Action League/Tomorrow]

[Christian Broadcasting Network] CBN University

[Christian Science Monitor (National Association for Drug Abuse Problems)]

George A. Chritton, 10/19/1981

Chrysler, 04/08/1985 - 3:00 pm

          Chubby Checker

          Judith Chusid, PASS – “Team Up Against Drugs,” 01/23/1985 - 11:00 am

          Citizens Against Use and Abuse of Drugs, 04/02/1985 - 2:00 pm

          [Civil Aeronautics Board] CAB Aviation Drug Task Force, 11/15/1984 - 10:00 am

Civil Aeronautics Board – Dan McKinnon, Chairman, 03/07/1983 -11:00 am (1)(2)

Dick Clayton – University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

[Clipping File] (1)-(5)

          Coalition of 100 Black Women, 10/24/1986 - 3:30 pm

          Coalition of Apostolics Board of Governors, 08/28/1986

 

          Box 16

          Coca Eradication

          Coca Meeting, 05/22/1986 - 1:00 pm

Cocaine

[Cocaine, 04/29/1983 UPI Article re]

          Cocaine Cartel

Cocaine – One Man’s Poison, December 1982 (1)-(3)

Cocaine Tables

          Coffman / Lockwood Narcotics Project, 12/17/1982 - 10:00 am

          John Cohrssen / CEQ re: Toxicology, 08/14/1984 - 11:00 am

          College Challenge

[Colorado Federation of Parents]

          Columbia Pictures – Ralph Andrews and Joe Band, 11/02/1983 - 10:00 am

Columbia Pictures and Coca-Cola – Mike Berman / Steve Jacobs, 09/07/1982

Lee Colwell / [Dissertation re] FBI, 12/22/1983 - 11:00 am, 05/03/1984 - 2:00pm

[Commission on Narcotic Drugs] CND Special Session

Committee of Correspondence (Parents)

Committee on Problems of Drug Dependence - I

          Committee on Problems of Drug Dependence - II (1)-(3)

Committee on Problems of Drug Dependence, 09/16/1982 - 2:00 pm

          Communication Themes

Community Relations Service – Letters Forwarded for Response

[Comparison of Buprenorphine and Methadone Effects on Opiate Self-

          Administration in Primates]

          Comprehensive Drug Penalty Act of 1983 – Testimony by James Knapp, Department of Justice (DOJ)

          Conference Board

[The Conference Board]

          Congressional Families for Drug-Free Youth

Congressional Strategy 1983

          CONJEFAMER XXVI, 05/09/1986

Consumer Groups

Controlled Substances Analogs Enforcement

          Cook Sound, Inc. – Jeff Cook, Owner

          Kent Cooper, 05/29/1985 - 3:45 pm

          Coordinating Council Meeting, 03/29/1984

 

          Box 17

          Coors, Information for, 01/08/1982

          Darrell Coover - I

[Darrell Coover] - II

[Ambassador Corr – Bolivia]

          Lorenzo Juan Cortese, 11/10/1986 - 9:30 am

[COSSMHO (National Coalition of Hispanic Health and Human Services

          Organizations)]

COSSMHO [National Coalition of Hispanic Health and Human Services

                   Organization] – Rudolfo Balli Sanchez, 07/22/1982 - 2:00 pm

[Cottage Program International]

          Cottage Program, University of Utah

Counsel to the President (Fred Fielding)

          Countries Involved in Illegal Drug Problem (1)(2)

          Jack L. Courtemanche

          Jack Courtemanche, 03/12/1986 - 11:30 am (1)(2)

          The Cousteau Society re: Cocaine Film, 08/22/1984 - 2:30 pm

Craig-Lynes Chemical Management

[Credo Foundation] (1)(2)

          Kenneth Cummings, M.D.

[William Curry, Georgia Tech University]

          Customs Activities Reports (1)-(4)

[Customs Cooperation Council]

          Customs – Operation FTD

Dr. Susan Dalterio, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio

 

Box 18

Sue Daoulas

          Sue Daoulas – Vienna

[Database Search – National Clearinghouse for Alcohol Information] (1)-(3)

[Database Search – White House Library]

Joe Dawson, Office of Consumer Affairs, 12/20/1985 - 3:00pm

          DayTop Village, Inc. of NY, Sam Anglin, 07/07/1982 - 2:00 pm

          D.C. Comics, Inc.

          James Dean – American Legion, 10/16/1986 - 2:00 pm

          Death Penalty – Will Ball Hill Proposal

Mike Deaver, 02/04/1986 - 10:00 am

          Defense (Caspar Weinberger)

Deglamorization of Drugs, 07/13/1982 - 10:00 am, Room 330 (1)-(3)

          Delightful Kiddie Letters

[Department of] Agriculture

          Department of the Air Force

          Department of the Army

[Department of Defense]

          [Department of Defense] Assistant Secretary – Dr. John Beary

          [Department of Defense] DOD – Assistant Secretary – James Juliana

          [Department of Defense] DOD Meeting – Navy Annex, 05/19/1982 - 9:15 am (1)(2)

[Department of Education]

[Department of Health and Human Services]

 

Box 19

[Department of Justice] (1)(2)

[Department of Justice] Attorney General Bill Smith (1)(2)

          Department of Justice: Attorney General’s Task Forces

[Department of Justice] Correspondence

          Department of Justice: Drug Supply Reduction (1)(2)

[Department of Justice – Federal Bureau of Investigation] (1)-(3)

Department of Justice – Immigration and Naturalization Service (1)(2)

[Department of Justice] DOJ Organized Crime – James Harmon, 05/15/1984 - 3:00 pm

          Department of the Navy (1)-(3)

[Department of State]

Department of Transportation, Secretary Elizabeth Dole – Room 10200, 05/14/1984 - 4:00 pm

          Department of Transportation – Darrell Trent, Deputy, 01/13/1983- 2:15 pm

          [Deputy Chief of Missions] DCM Breakfast, 01/29/1986 - 8:30 am

          Donald Devos – Houston, TX

Dr. William Dewey

Thomas Dial, Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics

[Dominick L. DiCarlo, Assistant Secretary of State]

Frederick DiCarlo

          Diff’rent Strokes with Mrs. Reagan

 

          Box 20

          Joseph DiGenova, 01/09/1986 - 11:00 am

Diversion

          Doris Dolan - I

[Doris Dolan] - II

[Domestic Cultivation]

[Domestic Eradication]

Domestic MJ [Marijuana] Program / DEA, 04/12/1982 - Room 218

[Domestic Policy Council, 09/11/1985 re AIDS Policy]

Raymond Donovan

          Dr. Earl Dotson, 07/08/1985 - 3:00 pm

          Gene Douglas – Justice

          Draft Presidential Proclamation for Children and Television Week

Drug Abuse

          Drug Abuse Briefing Book (1)-(6)

Drug Abuse (Committees of Correspondence)

Drug Abuse (General)

          Drug Abuse Policy

          [Drug Abuse Policy Office] DAPO Briefing Book (1)-(5)

 

          Box 21

[Drug Abuse Policy Office] DAPO Communications Meeting File (1)-(3)

Drug Abuse Policy Office – Description

[Drug Abuse Policy Office Schedules – Turner, December 1982-November 1983]

[Drug Abuse Resistance Education] D.A.R.E.

Drug Abuse Terms

[Drug Abuse Trends] (1)-(3)

Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN) - I (1)-(3)

[Drug Abuse Warning Network] DAWN - II

[Drug Abuse Warning Network] DAWN – General (1)-(3)

Drug Education Associates, Inc. – Mr. Harold Patin

[Drug Enforcement Activities – Budget Cuts]

          Drug Enforcement Administration

[Drug Enforcement Administration Briefings, October 1981-Janaury 1982]

          [Drug Enforcement Administration] DEA-FBI Reorganization Press Memo from

Rudolph Giuliani

          [Drug Enforcement Administration] DEA Handouts

 

          Box 22

          [Drug Enforcement Administration] DEA – Dean Paulus

Drug Enforcement Budget

Drug Enforcement Correspondence

Drug Enforcement During the Reagan Administration, 08/30/1984

          Drug Free Youth (1)-(4)

          Drug Law Enforcement Initiatives Fact Sheet, 06/17/1983

          Drug Mentions by the President, 03/06/1981-08/13/1983 (1)-(6)

          Drug Mentions by RR [08/14/1983-11-03/1984] (1)-(5)

 

          Box 23

          Drug Mentions by RR [08/14/1983-11-03/1984] (6)

Drug Paraphernalia

          Drug Policy Documents (1)-(8)

[Drug Research and Education in Mississippi, Inc. (DREAM)]

          Drug Signing Ceremony - East Room, 10/27/1986

          [Drug Status Statement and Press Briefing Summary, September 1984]

          Drug Test Plan – Turnerville, NJ, 1986

[Drugs and Drug Abuse Education Newsletter]

Drugs in Hawaii (1)-(4)

 

Box 24

          Drugs and Health – Talking Points

Drugs in Sports [11/21/1982 Sporting News Article]

Drugs in the Workplace – I

          Drugs in the Workplace – II

          Dupont Associates, P.A.

          Dupont Chemical – Wilmington, Delaware, 09/10/1982

          Dupont Drug Awareness Activity Book – 7 and 8 Year Olds, March 1984

          Ecuadorian Visitors, 10/01/1986

          Education (Terrel Bell)

          Education and Prevention Goals

          Rachel Ehrenfeld

Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld, 09/14/1984 - 9:30 am

Dick Eisenger re: KV Pharmaceutical Methadone Program, 06/19/1983 - 3:45 pm (1)(2)

[El Paso Intelligence Center] EPIC

[Elks]

          Elks Congressional Reception, 11/09/1983 - 6:00 pm, and Meeting, 11/10/1983

          Elks – Neal Gregory, 01/11/1983 - 3:00 pm

          Elks Luncheon, 09/16/1986 - 12:00 pm

          Carl Eller

          Herb Ellingwood - Room 218, 12/01/1981

Herbert Ellingwood – Merit Systems Protection Board

Employee Assistance Programs Industry (1)-(6)

[Employee Substance Abuse: Epidemic of the Eighties, Business Horizons, August 1983]

         

          Box 25

Encyclopedia Britannica

          Energy (James Edwards)

[Entertainment Industries Council] EIC

          Entertainment Industry Council for a Drug-Free Society (1)(2)

Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) [1984]

[Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)] [1985]

          Environmental Protection Agency

          EOB Library Publication/Articles – Computer Printouts, January 1984

          Gary “Mick” Epping – VA Hospital, Sioux Falls, SD

Equifax [PRIDE]

Equity Expansion International

          Eradication (1)(2)

1983 Eradication Program DEA, BLM, Forest and Postal Services, 03/14/1983 – 9:30 am (1)(2)

Dr. Amitai Etzioni, 06/27/1985

Executive Branch Employees – Memo to, 10/04/1986

          Executive Office of U.S. Attorneys Morning Panel – Tuesday, 12/06/1983

[Exodus House]

Fact Sheet Accompanying Television Address [09/14/1986]

Fact Sheets – Cocaine

Fact Sheets – College Students Survey on Drug Use, 1980-1985

Fact Sheets (Complete Set)

Fact Sheets – Drug Abuse by High School Students – Cocaine Abuse

Fair Oaks Hospital / New Jersey (1)(2)

[Fairfax County Public Schools]

          Fairfax County Schools, 01/28/1986 - 9:00 am

Families Action Newsletter

          Families in Action Computer Data Base Presentation, 02/27/1986 - 3:00 pm (1)

 

          Box 26

Families in Action Computer Data Base Presentation, 02/27/1986 - 3:00 pm (2)

Family

Family Resource Center

Dr. Norm Farnsworth

Michael and Wendy de Faubert Maunder

F.C.R. (1)(2)

          Federal Aviation Administration – J. Lynn Helms, Room 1010, 01/13/1983 - 1:30 pm

[Federal Bar Association]

          [Federal Bureau of Investigation] FBI – Speeches by William Webster (1)-(4)

Federal Drug Packaging, Administration Position on, 10/25/1982

Federal Strategy for Drug Abuse and Drug Traffic Prevention, 1979

Federal Strategy for the Prevention of Drug Abuse and Trafficking, 1982 – Addresses for

          Labels (1)(2)

Federal Strategy for the Prevention of Drug Abuse and Trafficking, 1982 – Requests for

          Copies (1)-(4)

 

Box 27

Federal Strategy for the Prevention of Drug Abuse and Trafficking, 1982 – Requests for

          Copies (5)(6)

          Federal Strategy for the Prevention of Drug Abuse and Trafficking, 1982 – Thank You Letters (1)(2)

Federal Strategy for the Prevention of Drug Abuse and Trafficking, 1982 – Transmittal

          Letters (1)-(6)

Federal Strategy for the Prevention of Drug Abuse and Trafficking, 1982 – Transmittal

          Letters – Personal (1)-(9)

[Federal Strategy] Ten Differences from Previous Strategies

         

          Box 28

Federal Trade Commission

Federal Women’s Program Working Group – Lunch – Mess, 10/25/1982 - 12:00 pm

Dr. Gloria Feeney, Zoologist, 11/02/1982

          Films and Publications Available for Distribution

          First Lady to First Lady Vienna, 1987 [1986 Planning Material]

[First Lady’s Program]

First National Bank – Dr. Lumir Hanus

Lucille Fleming, 06/06/1985

[Flite Newsletter]

[Florida]

[Florida Informed Parents]

[William R. Flowers]

          Marty Flynn, 03/11/1986 - 11:00 am

[Food and Drug Administration – Action Plan and FY 1987 Budget Proposal] (1)(2)

          Food and Drug Administration (Dr. Arthur Hull Hayes, Jr.) – HHS

          [Food and Drug Administration] FDA - NDAs

[Food and Drug Administration] FDA Proposed Rule for Investigational New Drug Application (1)-(3)

Paul Forbes and Sam Chilcote – Lunch, 05/11/1982

[Foreign Assistance Act]

Forfeiture

Jody Forman

          Brenda Foster, 10/16/1986 - 9:00 am

          Foundation for Advancements in Science and Education

Dr. Richard Frances, New York Hospital / Cornell Medical Center, 01/31/1985

Bruce Frazer, 02/05/1985

Dr. Shervert Frazier, Director, NIMH [National Institute of Mental Health], 09/10/1984 - 3:30 pm

          “Free Base Cocaine Smoking” by A. Wasserman (GWU), 02/08/1983 - 12:00 pm

Daniel X. Freedman

Matthew Freedman, 11/06/1984

Freedom from Chemical Dependency Foundation, Inc.

[Freedom from Chemical Dependency] FCD Foundation – Mr. Eliot Dalton, Massachusetts

Freedom Through Choices

Susan Beth Frenzheim

Fresh Air Concerns Everyone, 08/25/1982

Max Friedersdorf Meeting, 12/03/1981 [Federal Drug Strategy]

John E. Friedlander

[Friday Follies and Cartoons] (1)(2)

 

Box 29

[FYI, Reading Material – February 1983-February 1984] (1)(2)

Gallup Organization, Inc.

[Gannett Company]

Dr. Richard Garey

          M. Bernard Gaudillere, 10/08/1985 - 3:30 pm

          Robert Gelbard, 11/21/1985 - 10:00 am

[General Accounting Office – Drug Interdiction Report]

[General Correspondence] (1)-(3)

General Foods – Bob Wait, Sally Donner, 01/24/1983

General Motors – Fred Lucas

Walt Gentner / Thomas Army, 02/13/1985

Walt Gentner and John McLaughin, 10/16/1984

[Walter A. Gentner]

George Washington University Seminars for Spring 1983

Georgetown Medical Group

[Georgia]

Gergen Briefing with ELH [Edwin L. Harper], 05/28/1982 [Communications Themes]

Get High on Life Alcohol and Drug Program

Melissa Gilbert

Charles Gillespie, Jr., 01/15/1986

[Girl Scouts of America]

Global Media, 03/05/1986 (1)(2)

          Dr. Mark Gold, 800-COCAINE / Fair Oaks Hospital (1)-(3)

Dr. Evelyn Goldstein, 07/09/1985 

          Golin/Harris Communications, Inc.

[Good Morning America]

[Government Employees Insurance Company] GEICO Awards Presentation –

Washington, D.C., 03/14/1983

Government Executive Magazine Series (1)-(3)

 

Box 30

Government Executive Magazine Series (4)

          Governors Project Organized Crime and Narcotics Trafficking

          Governors’ Wives Luncheon – State Dining Room, 02/22/1982

Dorris B. Grace

Grand Ole Opry

Professor Harry Grant-Whyte

[Great American Dream Machine Movie Company]

          Barry Greenberg – Celebrity Connection, 08/29/1983 - 3:00 pm

Greyhound

Grow, Inc.

[Guam – Roy Hart]

          Guest Editorial on Youth Abuse of Drugs and Alcohol [Mrs. Reagan]

[Guidelines for the Eradication of Marijuana with Paraquat]

Wendell Gunn

          Ramon Alvarez Gutierrez, 11/15/1985

          [“Hacks Are Destroying Professional Diplomacy,” Washington Post, 01/01/1984]

          Kim Hallamore / Coover – Mess, 01/11/1983 - 7:30 am

[Don Hammonds]

[Hampshire Informed Parents]

Hanna-Barbera Productions

Rae Hansen – National Council for Alcoholism, 05/05/1982 – 1:00 pm

Kay Hardin, 09/12/1983

          Harrington Case

Harmison / Hawks – NIDA [National Institute on Drug Abuse] re: RIPS and Paraquat,

12/21/1982 11:30 am

[Edwin L. Harper]

Roy Hart

Steven Harvey, 08/19/1983 – 10:15 am

Hatch Act

Dick Hawks – Biomedical Information

Charles Haws, 02/27/1986 – 12:00 noon

Dr. Murdock Head – Airlie Foundation

Health Care Expo 1985 – Washington, DC, 08/18/1985-08/24/1985 (1)-(4)

 

          Box 31

          Health and Human Services (Richard Schweiker)

[Health Spectrum / McKesson Corporation]

[Gail Healy]

Steve Heard and Dick Hawks, Foundation for Advancement in Science and Education,

01/31/1983 - 9:30 am

[Heart Magazine]

The Hecht Company

Margaret Heckler – Secretary-Designate, Health and Human Services (HHS), 03/04/1983 –

9:45 am (1)(2)

          Ambassador Richard Helms

Meeting with Steve Helsey and John Van de Kamp (Attorney General, State of

California), 11/09/1983 - 10:30 am

[Hempfield Roundtable – Hempfield School District]

          Here’s Looking at You 2 (1)-(5)

          The Heritage Foundation

[Heritage Foundation]

Heroin

          Heroin Data, 1973-1983 (U.S.)

Heroin / Pain Briefing, 12/09/1982 – 10:30 am

John Herrington, 03/14/1983

[John S.] Herrington Meeting, 12/09/1981

High School Coaches Association

Hispanics

          Secretary Donald Hodel – Department of the Interior, 06/27/1985 - 10:00 am

          Hoffman-LaRoche (1)-(4)

Doug Holladay – White House, Public Liaison, 05/02/1984 - 4:00 pm

          John Hollingsworth – Mississippi, 09/23/1986 - 3:00 pm

Connie Horner – OMB [Office of Management and Budget], 09/07/1983 - 8:00 am

Houston Community College System

[Houston Trip]

Houston’s Informed Parents, Inc. – Newsletter

Martin Howell, 05/08/1984 - 3:30 pm

[Hoyt-Whitaker Company]

Conway Hunter, 02/14/1983 – 10:00 am (1)

 

Box 32

Conway Hunter, 02/14/1983 – 10:00 am (2)

[Illinois Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Association]

Illinois Drug Education Alliance, 09/26/1986

Implementation Report – Distribution [1982 Federal Strategy] (1)(2)

          Info on Hatch Act

[INGENUITY – Chuck Elroy]

Institute of International Education – Treaty Room, 03/04/1986 - 4:00 pm

Insurance Field Company

Intelligence Oversight

Intelligence Support Staff Office of Border Operations / Customs

          Interdiction Coordination Group

          Interdiction Coordination Group Meeting (Customs)

          Interior (James G. Watt) (1)(2)

          [International Business Machines] IBM – I

International Business Machines, Inc. (IBM) - II

IBM / NFP [National Federation of Parents] Comic Book, 08/15/1983 - 1:15 pm

[International Commission for the Prevention of Alcoholism and Drug Dependency]

[International Correspondence] (1)(2)

[International Council on Alcohol and Addictions]

[International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association]

[International Narcotics Control Board]

1983 International Public Affairs Strategy / Goals

[Interview, Dr. Peter Bourne, Newservice, 1983]

Invitations Refused (1)-(3)

Invitations Refused 1982 (1)(2)

 

Box 33

Invitations Refused 1982 (3)

[“Is Your Child Hooked on Drugs?” Ebony, November 1983]

Issues 1982

          Rollin Ives, 09/11/1986 - 11:30 am

[The J.M. Foundation]

J.M. Foundation / Joe Dolan, 06/29/1983 - 8:00 am

Jesse Jackson – Visit of, 07/16/1986

Lillian Jackson – Mobile, Alabama

Stephen Jacobs, 05/05/1982 - 9:30 am

Steve Jacobs – D.C. Comic Books (1)-(3)

Steve Jacobs / DOE [Department of Education], Comic Book – Extras of Nancy Reagan Letter

Steve Jacobs – Reports / Memos

Arthur Jaffe – President, New York State Association of Substance Abuse Programs

Jamaican Group, 11/13/1985 - 1:00 pm

[D. Lowell Jensen – Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Division, Department of Justice]

Job Hunters (1)-(4)

John Hopkins University School of Medicine – Visit, Dr. Joe Brady

Dr. John Johns and Admiral Mulloy – Mess, 08/26/1982 - 12:00 pm

Bruce Johnson

William Johnson – IBM, 06/10/1986 - 4:00 pm

Johnson and Johnson

The Johnson Foundation – Wingspread – Racine, Wisconsin

[Johnson Institute]

Johnson Institute – Peter Brock, President, 07/21/1982 2:30 pm - for DW

David Jones – “Curb the Drunk Driver” Program

Scott Jones – Senator Pell’s Office, 06/03/1986 - 10:00 am

 

Box 34

[The Journal – Addiction Research Foundation]

Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment

July 4th Celebrations (Mattie Robinson / Fred Colgan) (1)(2)

Junior Leagues of America

[“Just Along for the Ride,” National Association of Independent Insurers (NAII) Update, 01/14/1983]

Just Say No

Just Say No – Boston Herald (1)(2)

Just Say No to Drugs Signing Ceremony, 05/20/1986

Marti Jutte

[Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention] JJDP Coordinating Council, 07/29/1981 (1)(2)

[Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention – JJDP Coordinating Council, 09/30/1981]

[Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention] JJDP Coordinating Council, 12/16/1981

[Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention] JJDP Coordinating Council, March 1982-

May 1982 (1)-(3)

[Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention] JJDPCC Meeting, 07/15/1982

[Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention] CCJDP – Bill Modzeleski and Chas

Lauer, 10/19/1982 - 10:00 am

[Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of] OJJDP Coordinating

          Committee, 12/13/1984 - 11:00 am

[Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, 1984-1985]

[Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention] JJDP – Partnership Meeting

          [Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention] JJDP – Schools and Delinquency

          [Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention] JJDP – Substance Abuse

[Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention] JJDP – Treatment Alternatives (1)(2)

          [Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention] JJDP – Youth Development

 

Box 35

[Kansas]

Judy Kaplan / MTI Teleprograms, Inc., 09/14/1983 - 2:00 pm

Kappa Psi (Pharmaceutical Fraternity)

Francis Keating, 02/07/1986 - 3:00 pm

Keating Productions

Keebler Company

John Keller

John M. Keller

Mary Carol Kelly, 04/13/1983 - 2:15 pm

James Kemper

[Kentucky]

Kentucky War on Drugs – Governor Julian Carroll, 05/12/1983 - 2:00 pm

Kern Farming Company

Kickoff Speech for Drug Abuse Education and Prevention Week

Kidder, Peabody and Company – FC [Fred Colgan]

[Kiddie Letters]

[Kids Against Drugs – Dream II]

Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick

Kiwanis

Kerry Klegman, 06/09/1983 - 10:45 am

James Kluckhohn, Richard Frank, 09/15/1982

Seymour H. Knox

Edward I. Koch – Mayor

Surgeon General Koop, 04/16/1982 - 11:00 am

[John Koopmans]

[Norman J. Kritz]

Ambassador Sheldon Krys, 11/27/1985 - 11:15

La Paz Electronic Dialogue, 11/15/1985 - 3:30 pm

Lab Data New York

Ladies Professional Golf Association

[John Lamb]

John Lamp – U.S. Attorney, Washington (1)-(7)

 

Box 36

John Lamp – U.S. Attorney, Washington (8)(9)

John Lamp [1986]

J. William Langston, M.D.

Jack Lawn, 1986

Dr. Essie Lee, Ed.D. – Bahamas

Legalization of Papaver bracteatum

Legislative Meeting – Joe Wright, 09/10/1986 - 9:00 am

Lew Lehrman

Leslie Lenkowsky – Deputy Director, USIA [United States Information Agency],

01/04/1984 - 11:30 am

Dan’s [Daniel Leonard] Correspondence (1)-(3)

DL’s [Daniel Leonard] INEOA Speech [International Narcotic Enforcement Officers

Association] – Hartford, CT, September 1982

DL [Daniel Leonard] Questionnaire Correspondence (1)(2)

          Letter Responses [Drug Abuse Resource Referrals]

[Letters from President]

Letters of Support for President’s Program (1)(2)

Lever Brothers, 06/17/1986 (1)(2)

Susan Lewis [National Rehabilitation Hospital], 02/25/1986 - 11:30 am (1)-(3)

Lieutenant Governors Substance Abuse Prevention Task Force – George Ryan,

04/09/1986 - 3:15 pm

Dr. Larry Lindsay – Vice President, Positive Life Attitudes, 06/28/1984 - 10:00 am

 

Box 37

Art Linkletter and Cathy Lee Crosby

[Lions Blue Ribbon – Lions Club]

Lions Clubs / District Convention – Washington, D.C., with Senator Roth, 05/07/1983 (1)-(3)

Lions International (1)-(7)

Lions International Magazine [September 1982]

Live Aid Concert, 10/22/1985 - 11:00am

Look-Alike Drugs - Drug Abuse (1)-(5)

Look-Alike [Drugs] Meeting, 07/07/1983 - 4:00 pm (1)

 

Box 38

Look-Alike [Drugs] Meeting, 07/07/1983 - 4:00 pm (2)(3)

[Look-Alike Drugs] Proprietary Association Meeting with Look-Alike Committee,

10/11/1983 - 10:00 am (1)(2)

Dr. Doug Lord, 03/28/1983 - 9:30 am

Louisiana

Nancy Low and Associates, Inc. – Washington. D.C.

Carla Lowe, EJG [Edwin Gray] – D.C. Lunch, 11/09/1981 (1)(2)

LTV Aerospace

Emmet Lucey and Jerry Harrison (President, LGS Certified), 06/30/1982 - 10:00 am

Richard Lukstat and Maria Downs, 01/28/1983 - 2:30 pm

Sharyn Lumpkins

Bob McCarthy

Ambassador Richard McCormack, 02/04/1986 - 10:30 am

Dr. Max McDaniel and David Morris, 03/23/1983 - 10:30 am

[Donald Ian Macdonald]

Dr. Ian Macdonald – Pediatrician (1)-(3)

Dr. Donald Ian Macdonald and Dr. Lowell Harmison, 07/18/1985 - 4:00 pm

McDonald’s

McDonald’s [McDonald’s Youth Challenge Entry Form]

Clarence V. McKee

Patrick McKelvey, DHHS [Department of Health and Human Services], Office of Human Development

Michael D. McKinnon

William McMullen, 12/17/1985 - 9:00 am

McNeil Pharmaceutical – Pharmacists Against Drug Abuse (1)(2)

McNeil Pharmaceutical’s Brochure – PADA [Pharmacists Against Drug Abuse]: The

Kinds of Drugs Kids are Getting Into (1)(2)

 

Box 39

McNeil Pharmaceutical’s Brochure – PADA [Pharmacists Against Drug Abuse]: The

Kinds of Drugs Kids are Getting Into (3)-(5)

Peter McPherson, AID [Agency for International Development] – State, Room 5942,

11/07/1983 - 3:30 pm

Father John McVernon, 08/13/1985 - 10:00 am

Dr. Guang-en Ma – Ole Miss, 06/27/1983 - 11:30 am

Magic Circle Republican Women of Houston (Carolyn Tarleton), 05/04/1983

[Maharishi International University – College of Natural Law]

S.K. Mahmud – Pakistan, 11/14/1986 - 10:30 am

[Major Drug Traffickers Prosecution Conference, 11/09/1983]

Major Indoor Soccer League (1)(2)

[Management Advisory and Research Center, Inc.]

Management Associates, Inc.

Peggy Mann

Marijuana - I

[Marijuana] - II

[Marijuana Decriminalization]

Marijuana and Health Report

Marines

Carol Markowitz [Great Alternatives]

Tom Marquez – Carrington Labs

David Martin

Dr. Dale Masi – Employee Problems Briefing, 02/19/1982 - 2:30 pm

Ben Mason

James Mason [Interagency Committee on Pain and Analgesia]

[Massachusetts]

Master Cabinet Briefing Book [Cabinet Council on Human Resources, 05/03/1983] (1)(2)
Matters of Substance [Drug Resource Service, North Hempstead, NY]

Dr. Kimball Maull, with Gail, 05/23/1983 - 10:30 am

Willie Mays

Meadowlark Lemon and the Shooting Stars, 02/28/1986

 

Box 40

Ron Mears – Kansas City

Medical Center [Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Wake Forest University]

Medical Times (1)(2)

Edwin Meese and Italian Narcotics Officials, 11/13/1985 - 9:00 am

Edwin M. Meese, III – Speeches

Melear Multi-Media, Inc.

[Meridian House International]

Merrell-Dow Pharmaceutical, Joe Stetler, 11/01/1983        

Andy Messing and Margaret Walsh [National Defense Council Foundation], 05/12/1986 - 10:00 am

Methadone (1)(2)

Methadone Maintenance

Methaqualone with Bud Mullen and Arthur Hayes, 05/19/1983 - 2:30 pm

Metropolitan Insurance Companies

Mexico [Mexican-American Law Enforcement Summit, 04/13/1986-04/15/1986] (1)-(8)

Stanley Meyer

Miami Children's Hospital – Worldnet, 10/24/1986 - 11:45 am

Miami, University of, 01/15/1986 – Cancelled

[Michigan]

 

Box 41

Michigan Alcohol and Drug Information Foundation (1)-(4)

Microgram – DEA [Drug Enforcement Agency] Publication

Abid R. Mikhail, M.D.

Military / General

Military Survey – Drugs (1)-(3)

Miller Brewing, 03/26/1985 - 10:00 am

Wilbur Mills

[Minnesota]

Miscellaneous [Department of Justice]

Missions Unlimited – DeVore Walterman, 06/25/1982 - 10:30 am

[Mississippi]

[Missouri]

Fred Mitchell, 06/14/1985 - 1:00 pm

Money Laundering

[Montana]

Don Moray (Songs)

Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)

Rex Morgan, M.D. Comic Books – Dr. Nicholas P. Dallis – Arizona

Morphine Synthesis, 11/03/1983 - 1:00 pm

Gloria Mosely

Dorothy Moss (American Medical Association) and Robin Rayborn (HUD), 07/13/1983 - 12:00 pm

Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (Candy Lightner)

[Mothers Against Drunk Drivers] M.A.D.D. / Candy Lightner

Motion Picture Association – Ken Clark and Griffith Johnson, 08/26/1982 - 10:45 am

[Otto Moulton – Committees of Correspondence] (1)-(3)

 

Box 42

[Otto Moulton – Committees of Correspondence] (4)-(6)

[Mount Sinai Medical Center]

Francis Mullen / Raymond Donovan Articles, Spring/Summer 1982

[Francis Mullen, Jack Lawn, and Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)] (1)-(6)

Francis Mullen Swearing-in and Reception, 11/10/1983 - 1:30 pm

Paul J. Mulloy

Admiral Dan Murphy

Rick Musty – University of Vermont, Psychology Department

[El Nacional – Caracas, Venezuela, September 1985]

Dr. Gabriel Nahas – I

Dr. Gabriel Nahas – II (1)-(4)

[Narconon]

Nathan B. Eddy Memorial Award Selection Committee, 1984 (1)

 

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Nathan B. Eddy Memorial Award Selection Committee, 1984 (2)(3)

National Academy of Sciences – Frank Press, President - I

National Academy of Sciences – Frank Press, President - II

[National Agricultural Aviation Association]

[National Air Threat Operational Assessment – U.S. Customs Service, Office of Enforcement]

[National Alcohol Research Center]

National Alliance of State Drug Enforcement Agencies – Boston, MA, 04/22/1986

[National Association for the Advancement of Colored People] NAACP – 1983 Year of Watts Child

National Association of Attorneys General

National Association of Broadcasters

National Association of Chain Drug Stores

National Association of Chain Drug Stores – Ty Kelley and Gary Neese, 08/03/1982 - 3:00 pm

National Association for City Drug and Alcohol Coordination

NADAP (National Association on Drug Abuse Problems)

National Association of Evangelicals (Robert Dugan)

[National Association of Independent Insurers]

[National Association of Independent Insurers] NAII – Darrell Coover (1)-(4)

[National Association of Retail Druggists (NARD)]

National Association of Social Workers, Inc.

National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors (NASADAD)

[National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors] NASADAD –

Georgetown Hotel, Washington, D.C., 12/04/1981

[National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors] NASADAD

Newsletters, 1981-1985 (1)-(3)

[National Broadcast Association for Community Affairs] NBACA Briefing – Room 450,

10/08/1986 - 4:30 pm

[National Basketball Association (NBA)]

[National Broadcasting Company (NBC)]

[National Broadcasting Company] NBC Addresses Substance Abuse (1)

 

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[National Broadcasting Company] NBC Addresses Substance Abuse (2)(3)

[National Broadcasting Company] NBC White Paper: “Pleasure Drugs, The Great

American High”

[National Catholic Educational Association] NCEA 1983 Annual Convention – Sheraton

Washington Hotel, 04/05/1983 (1)-(5)

[National Center for Health Statistics]

National Coalition for Prevention

[National Commission Against Drunk Driving] NCADD

National Conference on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention (1)(2)

National Council on Alcoholism (1)-(3)

National Drug Abuse Education Week, 04/03/1983-04/09/1983

National Drug Abuse Education Week, 11/02/1983-11/09/1983

[National Drug Enforcement Policy Board] NDEPB, 11/06/1986 – 4:15 pm

          National Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness Week

National Drunk and Drugged Driving Week – President, 12/13/1982 (1)-(3)

 

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National Drunk and Drugged Driving Week – President, 12/13/1982 (4)(5)

[National Education Institute]

[National Federation of Parents] (1)-(6)

[National Federation of Parents] NFP Conference – Marriott Twin Bridges, with Mrs.

Reagan, 10/11/1983-10/13/1983 (1)(2)

National Federation of Parents (Meeting with Mrs. Reagan), 11/09/1981

National Federation of Students – with Kent Cooper, 03/12/1984 - 1:30 pm

National Football League

[National Football League] NFL – DEA – FBI – DOJ [Drug Enforcement Agency,

Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Justice]

National Forum on Human Resource Planning, 05/08/1986

National Foundation on Gambling

The National Foundation on Youth and Drugs

National 4-H Council – Ray Crabbs

National Forum on Criminal Justice – Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill, 12/04/1982 - 12:15 pm

National Geographic Society (1)-(3)

          National Governors Association – Nolan Jones

 

          Box 46

National Governors Association – Nashville, TN, 07/30/1984 (1)(2)

[National Guard]

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)

[National Institute on Drug Abuse] (1)(2)

[National Institute on Drug Abuse] NIDA Data Statements (1)(2)

[National Institute on Drug Abuse] NIDA National Forum, 03/06/1986-03/07/1986

[National Institute on Drug Abuse – William Pollin]

[National Institute on Drug Abuse] National Institute on Drug Abuse (William Pollin, Director) (1)-(3)

          [National Institute on Drug Abuse] NIDA Publicity Spots

[National Institute on Drug Abuse] NIDA / RAUS Review – Marijuana Effects on the

Endocrine and Reproductive Systems, 03/01/1983-03/02/1983

          [National Institute on Drug Abuse] NIDA Talking Points and Press Info (1)(2)

National Institute of Health

          National Legislative Session of the PTA [Parents and Teachers Association] –

Quality Inn, Washington, D.C., 03/01/1982

National Narcotics Border Interdiction System (1)(2)

[National Narcotics Border Interdiction System] NNBIS Executive Board Meetings

          [National Narcotics Border Interdiction System] NNBIS Talking Points, 03/23/1983

[National Narcotics Border Interdiction System] NNBIS with Vice President –

Roosevelt Room, 06/06/1983 - 3:00 pm

National Narcotics Intelligence Consumers Committee (NNICC)

[National Narcotics Intelligence Consumers Committee] NNICC Report (1)(2)

 

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[National Narcotics Intelligence Consumers Committee] NNICC Report (3)

[National Narcotics Intelligence Consumers Committee] Revised NNICC Estimate 1980 (1)-(3)

          [National Narcotics Intelligence Consumers Committee] Revised NNICC Estimate 1980

– Acceptance (1)-(3)

National Nurses Society on Addictions

National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) (1)-(4)

[NORML and Paraquat]

[NORML Sixth Annual Conference: Willie Brown]

[NORML Conference 1975: Ramsey Clark and Dorothy Whipple, Senate Hearings 1981]

[NORML Conference 1976: Bomier]

[NORML Conference 1976: Legal Topics]

[NORML Conference 1976: Sinclair - Bob Randall - Kerr]

[NORML Conference 1976: Hunter S. Thompson, David Smith]

[NORML Conference 1976: Dr. Andrew Weil, Dr. Peter Bourne]

[NORML Conference 1981: Dr. Norman Zinberg, 1980 Anniversary Issue]

[NORML 1983: Dr. Arnold Trebach et al.]

National Paint and Coatings Association

National Partnership to Prevent Drug and Alcohol Abuse

National Patent Development Corporation

National Pharmaceutical Council

National Prayer Breakfast

National Republican Senatorial Committee

National Research Academy

National Research Council – Dean Gerstein

National Security Council

National Soft Drink Association

 

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National Soft Drink Manufacturers / Bottlers and Drug Awareness [National Soft

Drink Association] (1)(2)

National Television Address, 09/14/1986

National Transportation Safety Board, Washington, D.C., 03/11/1985   

[National Video Communications Incorporated]

[Nation’s Schools Report]

NAU Working Breakfast, 05/16/1986 - 8:00 am

Reverend Roy Neal, 08/21/1985 - 10:00 am

[Nebraska]

Rae Nelson, 05/24/1985 - 3:00 pm

[New Hampshire]

[New Jersey]

New Orleans Speech, 09/28/1981

[New York]

New York Division of Substance Abuse Services (1)-(3)

Jess Newbern

          John Newcomb – NPA [National Pharmaceutical Alliance], 05/18/1982 - 11:00 am (1)(2)

Scott Newman Foundation

[Newspaper Clippings – Drug Abuse]

[Nicaragua] (1)-(5)

Sharon Nichols, 01/28/1986 – 1:45 pm

Joe Niehoff (re: Methadone), 10/27/1982 - 8:15 am

[Stuart Nightingale, FDA]

 

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Nitrites (1)-(4)

Dr. Robert Niven (NIAAA) [National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism],

 09/14/1983 - 12:00 pm

Dr. Robert Niven – Director, NIAAA [National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism],

11/22/1983 - 11:00 am

Henry Nocella, 09/12/1985 - 5:00 pm

None for the Road – CAPS Program [Community Assistance Promotion System] –

Dr. Michael Perlin (1)-(3)

Eric Norrington – Southland Corporation, 11/06/1986 - 11:30 am (1)(2)

[North Carolina]

North Shore University Hospital

[Netherland Antilles]

Northern Virginia Counselors’ Association, 04/28/1986 - 6:15 pm

Dr. Mark Novitch – Acting Director, FDA [Food and Drug Administration], 11/22/1983 - 10:00 am

Dr. Mark Novitch, 09/16/1985 - 4:00 pm

Dr. David Nurco, 03/25/1982 - 3:00 pm (1)(2)

Oakland Parents in Action

O'Donnell Foundation – Dallas, Texas (Peter O'Donnell, Jr)

ODV Inc. – South Paris, Maine

[Odyssey House Treatment] (1)(2)

OMB [Office of Management and Budget] / State, INM [Bureau of International

Narcotics Matters], 11/30/1981

Office of Personnel Management

Office of Policy Development (1)-(3)

 

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Office of Policy Development (Drug Policy)

[Office of Policy Development: Material Routed Through OPD Staff, 1983]

[Office of Policy Development] OPD Presidential Briefing Documents

[Office of Policy Development] OPD Staff Meeting, 06/25/1982

[Ohio]

[Operation PAR, Inc.]

Operation Southern Comfort – DOJ [Department of Justice]

Oregon (1)(2)

[Oregon – Ashland Junior High School]

Oregon Marijuana Research Conference – Notebook Materials (1)-(7)

Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force [Cumulative Statistics through 05/03/1984]

Mariano Ospina, 01/06/1986 - 11:30 am

Judge Advocate General Overholt with Dr. Johns, 02/13/1984 - 12:00 pm

Brig Owens and Joe Band – NFL [National Football League], 05/21/1982 - 11:00 am

Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation

[Pakistan]

          Palmer Drug Abuse Conference – Dallas, TX, 08/06/1982

Palmer Drug Abuse Program (1)(2)

Pan American Health Organization (WHO) [World Health Organization]

[Paraquat] Imperial Chemical, Inc. - with Dick, 07/28/1982 - 2:30 pm

 

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Paraquat – Letters to Editors

Paraquat Meeting – Room 330, 07/15/1982 - 10:00 am (1)-(5)

Herbert Pardes

Parent Groups Corporations

Parent Groups – Miscellaneous Info [Deerfield Citizens for Drug Awareness]

[Parent Groups] - Sue Rusche (1)(2)

Parent Groups - Sue Rusche et al., 05/16/1984 - 1:15 pm

Parent Teacher Association

Parents

[Parents Association to Neutralize Drug and Alcohol Abuse (PANDAA)]

Fred Parks, 05/12/1983 - 11:00 am

Dr. Harry Pars, SISA Pharmaceuticals, 08/17/1984 - 2:30pm

Harry Pars – Breakfast, 11/04/1986

Partners in Prevention Write-In Campaign

Patient Package Inserts / FDA [Food and Drug Administration]

Meg Patterson (re: Acupuncture), 10/26/1982 - 1:30 pm

Neil Patton, 04/30/1985 - 2:30 pm

Tommy Payne – Greenville, NC

Ray Peck (NHTSA) [National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration],

George Peasle, 11/10/1982 - 9:30 am

Pelican

John Pentland – Advanced Technology Systems, 11/18/1986 - 10:00 am

Pepsi-Cola Bottlers Association, 09/02/1986 - 11:00 am

Peoples Drug Stores Program – “Your Kids and Drugs - Spot It, Stop It”

Dr. Mario Peres-Reyes – University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 09/08/1982

Periwinkle Productions, Inc.

Ed Perkins, Ted Van Gilder – State / African Affairs, 01/20/1984 - 3:00 pm

 

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Raphael Perl, 07/18/1985 - 9:30 am

H. Ross Perot

[Personal] (1)-(3)

Professor Gizella Verzar Petri, 11/20/1986 - 10:00 am

Pharmaceutical Firms

Pharmaceutical Industry - Washington, D. C., 10/20/1983 – Breakfast

Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association, 09/23/1986 - 12:00 pm

Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association – Jill Schuker, 03/29/1983 - 4:00 pm (1)-(3)

PADA [Pharmacists Against Drug Abuse] (1)(2)

Pharmacy International [1981-1983] (1)-(4)

Pharmacy International [1984]

Pharmacy Robbery - Justice Report on S.109, S.422, and S.721

Pharmacy Times (1)-(3)

 

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PharmChem Laboratories / California – Charles Renfroe

PCP [Phencyclidine]

[John H. Phillips, Department of Justice]

Richard Phillipson

Thomas Pike – Voluntary Committee for a National Policy on Alcoholism (1)(2)

Tom Pike

Robert Pitts, 12/14/1983 - 3:30 pm

Playboy

Police Drug Use Survey, 01/17/1984

Police Labs and Case Patterns

Meeting with Police Organizations, 11/03/1981 - 3:00-5:00 pm, D.C. (1)(2)

Policy Points and Comments (Charts)

Policy Update [Cabinet Briefing, 03/27/1985] (1)-(3)

          Dr. William Pollin – Director, NIDA [National Institute on Drug Abuse] (1)-(3)

Polls/Surveys – General

Beth Polson

Mazie Pope

Roger Porter [I]

Roger Porter [II]

Dale Portner – Stafford Senior High School – Basketball Coach (Resigned) – Fredericksburg, VA

[Karen Portner / CareNews]

Posse Comitatus

"Posse Comitatus . . ." DOD [Department of Defense] – Fort McNair, 12/06/1982 - 1:30-3:15 pm

Possible Program Visits by Mrs. Reagan

[Possible Sites for Drug-Related Visit]

Postal Service Manager – PAR [Program for Alcoholic Recovery] – S207 Capitol, 12/09/1981

Pot Eradication Clippings by State, 1985 (1)

 

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Pot Eradication Clippings by State, 1985 (2)-(4)

Potency Monitoring Samples Meeting, 09/15/1982 - 1:30 pm

Pracon, Inc.

President’s Advisory Council on Private Sector Initiatives

Presidential Commission on Drunk Driving I (1)-(5)

[Presidential Commission on Drunk Driving] II

Presidential Event, 06/24/1982 (1)(2)

Presidential Initiatives

[Presidential Press Releases] (1)(2)

          Presidential Radio Address: Drunk and Drugged Driving, 01/01/1983

President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports

President’s Drug Policy Message (1)(2)

President’s Remarks to Nation, 08/04/1986

 

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          President's Task Force on Private Sector Initiatives

President’s Volunteer-Action Award [1983]

Press Briefing on Straight and Texas War on Drugs, 02/12/1982

          Press Briefing Summary, 10/05/1982

          Prevention Meeting, 06/26/1986

PRIDE [I] (1)-(5)

PRIDE [II] (1)-(6)

          PRIDE [III] (1)-(4)

 

          Box 56

PRIDE [III] (5)(6)

PRIDE, 11/03/1983 - 11:00 am

PRIDE Conference 1986, 03/19/1986-03/22/1986

[PRIDE] Buddy Gleaton (1)-(3)

[PRIDE – International Conference on Youth and Drug Abuse]

[PRIDE] Meeting with Beny Primm in New York, 04/20/1982 (1)(2)

PRIDE – Spring Conferences, 07/09/1985 - 11:00 am

[Beny Primm – Addiction Research and Treatment Corporation]

Prisoners / Crime and Drugs Handouts (DOJ) [Department of Justice]

          [Private Sector Initiatives] PSI Drug Initiative, 09/08/1986 - 10:00 am

Proctor and Gamble Manufacturing

Pro-Drug (Pot)

          Providence Hospital (Board Member)

          George Prytula and Michael Griffes, 10/22/1986 - 10:00 am

[Public Affairs Pamphlets] (1)(2)

Pulse Beats – Insurance Field Company

Paul Pumpian (SBA) [Small Business Administration], 11/09/1982 - 11:15 am

Pyramid (1)(2)

          Pyramid Project

Quaaludes

[The Quarterly – Drug Enforcement Administration]

          Luis A. Quiel – Panama City, Panama, 10/27/1986 - 9:30 am (1)

 

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          Luis A. Quiel – Panama City, Panama, 10/27/1986 - 9:30 am (2)

Robin Raborn

Robin Raborn / Susan Galbraith, 11/22/1982 - 10:00 am

Robin Raborn (HUD) [Housing and Urban Development]

[Radio TV Reports, Inc. – Geraldo Rivera – 20/20, 09/29/1983]

Railroad Administration

[Rainbow Days, Inc.]

Rand Corporation

Oakley Ray, 08/03/1983 - 10:00 am

Reader's Digest – Trevor Armbrister, 09/02/1986 - 10:00 am

Mrs. Reagan (1)-(3)

Mrs. Reagan, 02/11/1986 - 11:15 am

Mrs. Reagan's Program

Mrs. Reagan’s Report (1)(2)

          RR / Crime Prevention Week Remarks, 02/15/1984

President Reagan – DPC and EPC [Domestic Policy Council and Economic

Policy Council], 12/19/1985 - 2:00 pm

          RR / National Association of Realtors Convention, 05/10/1984

President Reagan – News Conference, 03/06/1981 – Drug Abuse

          RR / Radio Address on Crime, 02/18/1984

RR Remarks at Public / Private Briefing [Public / Private Partnerships]

[“A Reason for Tears,” Police Department, Hapeville, Georgia]

Dwight C. Reed – President, National Soft Drink, 05/26/1982 - 11:00 am

          Referral Memorandums / OMB [Office of Management and Budget] (1)(2)

Al Regnery / Tom Daily – JJDP [Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency

Prevention], 12/20/1982 - 4:00 pm

Requests – Miscellaneous Publications

          Research – Hair Testing

Research [NIDA Report and Funding 1983]

[Research Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Mississippi]

Resumes

Judy Riedinger – July 4th Celebration (1)(2)

 

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Judy Riedinger – July 4th Celebration (3)-(6)

[Gary Riedmann – Mercy Hospital Medical Center]

          Robinson Risner – Texas War on Drugs

[State Senator Alan Robbins, California]

          Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 10/20/1986 - 2:30 pm

Nick Robertson (USICA) [United States International Communications Agency] –

Latin America, 04/30/1982 - 11:30 am

          Pat Robertson – 700 Club, 01/03/1986 (1)(2)

          Lieutenant Mike Robinson, Paul Carter, 01/29/1986 - 11:30 am

          Emily Rock – Federal Trade Commission

[Paul Rogers]

          F. Mark Rondon, 07/19/1985 - 10:00 am

Jim Rosebush

          Ed Rosenthal, 11/14/1986 - 11:00 am

Victor Rugg – Director, Division of Drug Abuse, County of Suffolk, NY, 03/28/1983 - 10:00 am

[Sag Harbor Cup – Race against Drug Abuse]

          Claudia Sampson and William Tindall, 10/21/1986 - 2:00 pm

          Sol Sanders, 05/07/1986 - 1:00 pm

SANDOZ, Inc. with Dr. Albert Frey (USA Chairman) and Dr. Yves Dunant – Lunch, 10/28/1982 (1)(2)

          Vincente Sarubbi, 03/24/1986 - 1:15 pm

          Scheduling Requests – Recommendations (1)-(4)

          Dr. David Schnare, Monday, 06/07/1982 - 1:00 pm

[School Children Surveyed on Drugs]

Schools that Adopted Drug Programs

Marc Schukit, LeClair Bissell, and Gail, 02/01/1983 - 7:30 am

Richard Schultz – DEA [Drug Enforcement Agency] (Empty)

[Richard H. Schwartz, M.D. – Children’s Hospital National Medical Center] (1)(2)

 

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Secretary Richard Schweiker – HHS [Health and Human Services] –

Room 615F, 08/27/1982 - 10:00 am

          Secretary Richard Schweiker's Address, 10/04/1982

          Screening – Drug Awareness Program – Terry Eastland

Search [Search Foundation] (1)-(3)

[Second Genesis]

          Thomas Seesel – National Council on Alcoholism, 10/08/1986

[Senatobia Institute]

Service Clubs Briefing with President Reagan, 07/30/1986 (1)-(3)

Service Clubs Press Briefing, 07/30/1986

J.B. Sessions – U.S. Attorney, Alabama

[Robert S. Shaw]

[The Shoulder]

Signing Ceremony, 06/24/1982 (1)-(3)

Harvey Sloane, 09/16/1986 - 4:30 pm

Douglas Smith and Robert Holiday – Customs, 12/20/1985 - 1:30 pm

Edward Smith – PDLA Labs, New Jersey

[Smith College]

South Florida Task Force, 01/28/1982

Winston Spadafora, 01/22/1986 - 11:30 am

[Special Assistant for Drug Enforcement Matters (SADEM)]

          Speech Material

[Speeches]

          Speeches, 1981-1983 (1)-(3)

 

          Box 60

          Speeches, 1981-1983 (4)

          Speeches, 1984-1985 (1)-(6)

          Speeches, 1986

Meeting with Carl Spitzer, [Doug] Talbott, and [A. B.] Padgett, January 1983

SASA [Sports against Substance Abuse]

Sports Commissioners Meeting 09/09/1986 - 2:00 pm

          1983 Sports Drug Education Program Goals

Sports and Drugs I (1)(2)

Sports and Drugs II

[Sports – Ladies Professional Golf Association]

Sports Meeting – Cabinet Room, 12/16/1982 - 4:00 pm (1)-(3)

[Sports] Meeting with Baseball Commissioner – New York, 05/28/1985 - 3:30 pm

[Sports] NFL Alumni [National Football League] (1)(2)

[Sports] National Hockey League (1)

 

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[Sports] National Hockey League (2)(3)

[Sports] National Hockey League – Montreal, Canada, 06/07/1983

Sports Organizations (General)

[Sports] Peter Ueberroth

[Sports] U.S. Professional Football League (USFL) (1)-(4)

[Sports] Al Ward, Joe Ryan, Charles Jackson – NFL [National Football League],

05/26/1982 – 2:00 pm

Sports World Ministries Write-In Campaign (1)(2)

          Squibb

Rear Admiral [Benedict] Stabile – Statement, 01/14/1982

Staff – Areas of Specialization (Empty)

Staff – Standards of Conduct (1)(2)

[Stand Tall Against Drugs – M. L. Carr Challenge, Bank of Boston]

Ken Starr – Counselor to Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice

Dick Starrman – McDonald’s Corporation

[The Stars and Stripes, 08/18/1983]

State [State Department] (1)(2)

          State Department / Country Desks – Columbia, Peru, Bolivia, 09/21/1983 - 1:30 pm

          State Department – INM [Bureau of International Narcotics Matters] (1)-(4)

 

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State Department – INM [Bureau of International Narcotics Matters] (5)-(8)

State Department – Saturday Meeting, 11/15/1986 - 8:30 am

State Drug Abuse Offices and Programs [01/05/1982 Letter to Iowa Department of

Substance Abuse]

State Drug Enforcement Alliance (SDEA)

[The State Factor, American Legislative Exchange Council – Education in America]

          Statement by Secretary Shultz (State), 10/05/1982

[The Statler Brothers] (1)-(3)

Stauffer Chemical Company – Washington, D.C., 10/31/1986 - 9:00 am

Dr. Wilbur Steger, 01/16/1986 - 10:00 am (1)-(5)

Captain Sherry Stetson-Mannix, DOD [Department of Defense] Public Affairs,

12/30/1982 - 1:15 pm

          Roger Stevenson

          James Stewart – Department of Justice

[Stop Drugs at the Source]

[Straight: A Direction for Youth]

Straight, Inc. (1)-(3)

          Strategy - Fact Sheet, 10/05/1982

[“Strong Central Management and a More Definitive Strategy Needed to Improve Federal

          Drug Interdiction Efforts,” General Accounting Office Report, 06/11/1983] (1)(2)

 

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[“Strong Central Management and a More Definitive Strategy Needed to Improve Federal

Drug Interdiction Efforts,” General Accounting Office Report, 06/11/1983] (3)(4)

Alex Stuart (1)(2)

          Student Awareness of Drunk Driving Month, 05/03/1984

Students Against Driving Drunk - S.A.D.D.

Substance Abuse Awareness Week – Stark County, Ohio, 04/24/1987 [Invitation, 1986] (1)-(5)

Summary of President’s Comments – Drug Smuggling

[Superior Care, Inc]

Surgeon General

          Jack Svahn

          Mr. T

[Mr. T – Turner Letter]

T’s and Blues

Talwin

[Ambassador Tambs – Colombia]

Target Meeting, 11/03/1986 - 10:00 am

          Task Force on Victims of Crime

Ambassador Clyde Taylor, 04/14/1986 - 1:00 pm

          Teen Challenge, 11/14/1986 - 9:00 am

[Telephone Logs, 07/13/1981-10/02/1981] (1)(2)

[Forest S. Tennant]

Testimony Made by Lee Dogoloff, 09/30/1982

Testing Op-Ed

[Texans’ War on Drugs] (1)(2)

[Texas]

 

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[Texas Medical Association]

Thank Yous

[Therapeutic Communities of America]

[“This Week with David Brinkley”]

Dennis Thomas Meeting, 07/29/1986 - 1:00 pm

          Jon Thomas, 04/16/1986 - 1:30 pm

[Thomas Jefferson Research Center]

[Thomas Jefferson University]

Timmons and Company / Kenneth Duberstein

[Grant Tinker – National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC)]

[Tobacco]

[Tobacco and Health Research Institute, University of Kentucky]

Dr. John Toll – President, University of Maryland, 08/29/1986 (1)(2)

[Topps Chewing Gum, Inc.]    

Trauma Organizations, 12/12/1986 - 1:00 pm (1)-(3)

          Treasury (Donald Regan)

[Trip Reports and Travel Forms]

Tulane University

Turner – Interview with High Times, 1976 and 1978

[Turner Interviews]

Carlton Turner and Dan Leonard – D.C. Coast Guard Ship Tour, 09/21/1981

Turner – Monthly Activity Reports

Carlton Turner – Official Visit to Maracaibo, Estado Zulia, Venezuela, 09/22/1985

CT's Paraquat Testimony, 10/05/1983 [and other Congressional testimony] (1)-(5)

CT's Testimony before Select Committee on 1982 Federal Strategy for Prevention of

Drug Abuse and Drug Trafficking, 11/01/1983

Chancellor Gerald Turner – University of Mississippi

          Ted Turner (TBS)

[20/20]

          United Nations

[United Nations – Commission on Narcotic Drugs] (1)

 

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[United Nations – Commission on Narcotic Drugs] (2)-(5)

[United States Army]

U.S. Chamber of Commerce – Washington Hilton Hotel, 04/26/1982

United States Coast Guard

[U.S. Coast Guard – Admiral James Gracey Remarks]

U.S.-Colombian Policy Dialogue Dinner – Key Bridge Marriott, 10/27/1983 - 6:30 pm

U.S. Customs Service (1)-(3)

[U.S. Customs Service]

U.S. European Command – Mr. Claude Martin, APO, New York

U.S. Forest Service (1)-(3)

U.S. Information Agency (1)-(4)

[United States Information Agency] USIA Article Series (1)(2)

 

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[United States Information Agency] USIA Article Series (3)

[United States Information Agency] CI.094 USIA “Drug Prevention Control,”

08/05/1986 - Room 476

[USIA (United States Information Agency) Pamphlet]

[United States Information Agency] USIA / PRIDE – Andree Johnson and Ray Harvey,

03/10/1986 - 2:00 pm

[United States Information Agency] CI.093 USIA WORLDNET, 10/16/1986 - 10:00 am

[United States Information Agency] CI.079 USIA WORLDNET Southeast Asia,

11/20/1986 - 8:45 pm (1)-(5)

[The U.S. Journal of Drug and Alcohol Dependence]

U.S. Parole Commission – Annual Meeting – 5550 Friendship Boulevard, Chevy Chase,

October 22 (empty)

United States Tennis Association

USA Today – Op-Ed Piece, October 1982

United Way

University of Arizona

[University of Houston]

[University of Miami]

[University of Mississippi] (1)(2)

University of Southern Mississippi

[University of Texas]

[University of Utah]

Urinalysis – DOD/NIDA [Department of Defense / National Institute on Drug Abuse]

Room 474O OEOB, 12/13/1983 - 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Urine Analysis

William Utz – Stattler Brothers, 06/16/1982 - 11:00 am

[Ambassador Vance]     

Sheldon Vance – Luncheon, 07/01/1986

 

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[John Van de Kamp – Attorney General, California]

Venezuela, 09/19/1985-09/23/1985 (Empty)

Lee Verstandig

[Robert Vesco – Tattler, 09/10/1983]

Vice-President George Bush – NNBIS [National Narcotics Border Interdiction System],

01/10/1986 - 2:00 pm

Vice President’s Speech / Miami Citizens against Crime, 01/03/1984

          Vice President's Speech – Luncheon for Miami Citizens Against Crime (Miami, Fl),

                   01/03/1984

Vice President's Speeches [1982]

Video Tape Recordings

[Virginia]

Visitors (Foreign) and Other

Vital Speeches – 1985

Commissioner William von Raab (1)-(5)

Charles Wain

John Walker – Assistant Secretary, Enforcement and Operations [Treasury Department]

          Wall Street Journal

Cyril Wantland – Jefferson County Public Schools [Kentucky]

Washington Area Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, 04/30/1982 - 11:00 am

[Washington Crime News Services – Narcotics Control Digest]     

Washington Legal Foundation - I (1)-(5)

[Washington Legal Foundation] - II

"Washington Report" – Congresswoman  Jan Meyers, Kansas, 09/22/1986 - 11:30 am

Washington Times - C. Turner Profile [Also Other Articles re C. Turner] 

Arnold Washton

Kathie Wasserman

[“Wasted: A True Story” – MTI Teleprograms]

Pat Weber – National Advisory Council on Women's Educational Programs, 12/04/1986 - 11:00 am

 

Box 68

          Weekly Reader Survey

[Weekly Reader Survey /Xerox]

[Well-Being, Inc.]  

White House Briefing – Participants

[White House Communications Agency]

[White House Conference for a Drug Free America, November 1986]

White House Conference for a Drug Free America [December 1986]

[White House Library]

White House Mess Privileges

[White House People]

[“White House Report” Interview – National Journal, 11/13/1982]

White House Security

[Who’s Who Among American High School Students – Annual Survey of High

Achievers] (1)-(3)

[Who’s Who in America]

Charles Z. Wick – ICA [International Communications Agency], 06/16/1982 - 3:15 pm

[Joseph R. Wright – Office of Management and Budget]

[Dick Williams]

Dr. Robert Willette and Richard Geisler, re: Mkt. LAAM, 05/21/1982 - 10:00 am

[Ambassador Wilson]

Winston-Salem Drug Awareness Days, 03/04/1986

[Wisconsin]

[WITF]

Woodview Regional Hospital

[Working Group on Drug Abuse Policy] Working Group Meeting – Room 476,

11/20/1986 - 1:30 pm

          [Working Group on Drug Abuse Policy] Working Group Report

          [Working Group on Drug Abuse Policy] Working Report – Drug Policy (1)-(5)

[Working Group on Federal Law Enforcement Authority]

[Working Group on Health Policy – AIDS] (1)

 

Box 69

[Working Group on Health Policy – AIDS] (2)

[World Health Organization]

Ann Wrobleski [10/24/1983 Personnel Announcement re]

[Xerox]

[Ralph Yodaiken – Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)]

Dr. Frank Young – FDA Commissioner (T), 05/19/1984 - 1:15 pm

          Dr. Frank Young, 09/13/1985 - 10:45 am

          Youth and Shelter Services Reception – Ames, Iowa, 08/05/1982 [Mrs. Reagan]

[Rokus A. de Zeeuw]

 

SERIES IV: CONGRESSIONAL NAME FILE, 1981-1986

Box 69, Continued

Senator James Abdnor (R-SD)

Joseph Ambrosino and James Campbell (Delaware), 12/29/1982

Merrill-Jean Bailey, 06/09/1982 - 10:00 am

[Senator Howard Baker]

Congressman Michael D. Barnes

Congressman Robin Beard

Congressman Charles Bennett (D-FL)

Congressman Doug Bereuter (R-Neb)

Congressman Ed Bethune (R-Ark)

Senator Joseph Biden

Michael Bilirakis (R-FL)

Congressman David Bowen Reception, 09/22/1981

Senator Bill Bradley

Bill Burns / Jim Schollaert, 01/05/1983 - 2:30 pm (1)(2)

Congressman Carroll A. Campbell (R-SC)

Congressman Greg Carman, John Dressendorfer, re: Drug Trafficking – 1729 LHOB,

04/28/1982 - 1:15 pm

Congressman Eugene Chappie (R-CA)

Senator Lawton Chiles

Representative Dan Coats (R-Ind)

Senator Thad Cochran (R-MS)

Gwen Cody – Virginia Delegate – House of Delegates (Virginia)

[Congressman Ronald Coleman]

Thomas Connolly – Senate Intelligence, 06/16/1982 - 1:30 pm

Congressman Dan Crane (R-IL)

Senator Alfonse D’Amato (R-NY) 2:00 pm

[Senator Dennis DeConcini]

Senator Jeremiah Denton Meeting

Representative Michael DeWine – RHOB Studio, 01/25/1984 - 1:30 pm

[Senator Pete Domenici]

[Congressman David Dreier]

Congressman John J. Duncan

Congressman Mickey Edwards

Congressman Glenn English (1)(2)

 

Box 70

Congressman Glenn English (3)

Congressman Arlen Erdahl

Congressman Billy Lee Evans (GA)

Congressman Tom Evans

Congressman Ronnie G. Flippo

Congressman Benjamin A. Gilman (1)(2)

Representative John Hastings (OK)

Senator Orrin Hatch

Senator Paula Hawkins (R-FL)

Senate Caucus on Drugs / Paula Hawkins (1)-(3)

Senator Paula Hawkins, 03/04/1982 - 9:30 am-2:30 pm (1)-(5)

Howell Heflin (D-AL)

Senator Jesse Helms (R-NC)

Senator Herman Holloway

Steny Hoyer (D-MD)

Congressman William Hughes (D-NJ) (1)(2)

Gordon Humphrey – 6205 Dirksen, 01/8/1982 (1)-(3)

 

Box 71

Congressman Duncan Hunter (R-CA)

Congressman Ed Jenkins (GA)

[Senator Roger Jepsen]

Senator J. Bennett Johnston (LA) – Capitol Hill, 10/06/1981

John R. Kasich (R-OH)

Thomas N. Kindness (R-OH)

State Representative Carl J. Kunasek – Arizona House of Representatives

Senator Paul Laxalt (R-NV)

[Congressman Marvin Leath]

Congressman Elliott H. Levitas (GA)

Congresswoman Marilyn Lloyd (D-TN)

Clarence D. Long (D-MD)

Congressman Trent Lott

Congressman Stan Lundine

Congressman Dan Lungren Taping, 04/28/1983 - 1:00 pm

[Senator Charles Mathias]

Congressman David Martin

Congressman David Martin (R-NY)

Senator Mack Mattingly

Mack Mattingly Meeting / Senate

Barbara Mikulski – Room 218, 12/08/1981

Congressman Sonny Montgomery (D-MS)

Senator Daniel P. Moynihan

Senator Sam Nunn Meeting

Representative Thomas P. O’Neill, Jr.

Solomon Ortiz (D-TX)

Congressman Stanford Parris (R-VA)

Representative Charles Pashayan (R-CA) – TV Taping – Rayburn HOB, 07/14/1983 - 11:30

[Senator Larry Pressler]

Senator Dan Quayle

Congressman James Quillen (R-TN)

Congressman Tom Railsback

Congressman Charles Rangel (D-NY) (1)-(6)

 

Box 72

Congressman Charles Rangel (D-NY) (7)(8)

Congressman Charles Rangel and Benjamin Gilman, 11/21/1985 - 1:30 pm

Richard Ray (D-GA)

Congressman Don Ritter (R-PA) (1)-(3)

Peter Rodino (D-NJ)

Senator William Roth (R-DE)

J. Roy Rowland (D-GA)

Congressman Harold S. Sawyer (R-MI)

Clay Shaw – Florida / Posse Comitatus, 01/05/1982

Bob Smith (R-OR)

Larry Smith (D-FL)

[Congresswoman Virginia Smith]

Senator Arlen Specter

Congressman Louis Stokes

[Senator Strom Thurmond]

Senator John Tower (TX)

Senator Paul Trible (R-VA)

Cass Weiland – Chief Counsel, Senate, Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations

Congressman Frank Wolf, 09/12/1985 - 2:00 pm

Congressman Leo Zeferetti

 

SERIES V: CONGRESSIONAL SUBJECT FILE, 1981-1986

Box 72, Continued

American Legislative Exchange Council – Capitol Hilton, 05/15/1982 - 10:15 am (1)(2)

[Committee on Foreign Affairs]

Congressional Families for Drug Free Youth

Congressional Press Releases

[Congressional Wives]

Domestic Marijuana Production - Testimony Before U.S. Congress, 05/19/1983 (1)(2)

Drugs in Military (1)

 

Box 73

Drugs in Military (2)-(4)

[Drugs in Military] DOD / NIDA Research

[Drugs in Military] DOD / NIDA Research Meeting, 11/23/1982 - 8:30am

[Drugs in Military] Drug Enforcement Administration (Francis Mullen, Jr.) (1)(2)

[Drugs in Military – Military Urinalysis Program, 12/13/1982 Meeting] (1)(2)

[Drugs in Military] Military Urine Analysis

[Drugs in Military] NIDA / DOD Research

Benjamin Gilman / Charles Rangel Meeting, 5/24/1984 - 9:30 am

Newt Gingrich / Marijuana and Glaucoma, 10/19/1981

House Foreign Affairs Committee

House Select Committee on Narcotics, 11/19/1981 (1)(2)

H.R. 143 – Shaw Bill – Marijuana Eradication with Paraquat

H.R. 1580 [Aviation Drug Trafficking Control Act]

H.R. 2642 and H.R. 3209 - Use of Heroin for Cancer Patients S.209 (98th)

H.R. 3326 – Shaw Bill, 06/15/1983

H.R. 3664 – Hughes Bill, 07/26/1983

H.R. 3963 – Drug Aftercare Program

H.R. 3963 – Controlled Substances Penalties and Criminal Forfeiture

H.R. 4259 – 97th Congress [Exclusionary Rule]

H.R. 5238 – Orphan Drug Act – 97th Congress, 01/25/1982

H.R. 5580 – National Organ Transplant Act

H.R. 5990 - State and Local Narcotics Control Assistance Act of 1984

International Drug Trafficking Hearing, 11/18/1981 – Room 3220 Dirk

Mr. Lowell Jensen – Associate Attorney General, Department of Justice

Labor and Human Resources Testimony – Room 6226 Dirksen, 02/24/1983 - 9:30 am

[Legislative Referral Memoranda – S. 406, S. 902, S. 1233]

List of Congressional Hearings (by week) [November 1983]

Edwin Meese / Congressional Meetings

 

Box 74

National Journal – Congressional Committee Assignments, 01/31/1981

National Narcotics Act of 1983 (Bill)

Dr. George Omas – Committee on Post Office and Civil Service (House)

Omnibus Department of Justice Criminal Reform Legislative Package (1)-(4)

Paraquat Testimony – Congresssman William Hughes – 2237 RHOB, 10/05/1983 - 9:30 am

Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, 11/13/1985 - 2:00 pm

[Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control] SCNAC / South America Meeting –

Rangel’s Office, 2330 RHOB, 08/03/1983 - 11:00 am

Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control - House Annex 2 (1)-(4)

Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control – Annual Reports [and Publications] (1)(2)

Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control -- Bud Mullen, Admiral James Gracey

and Al Deangelus, 05/23/1983 - 1:00 pm (1)(2)

 [S. 696 – To Amend Certain Provisions of the Controlled Substances Act Relating to Marijuana]

S. 1787 – Biden Drug Czar

S. 1787 – Legislative Notice [National Narcotics Act of 1983]

S. 2478 – Controlled Substances Act

S. 2572 (Strom Thurmond) – Violent Crime

S. 2615 -- Drug Trafficking Prevention Amendments of 1982

S. 2719 – 21 Minimum Drinking Age and Appropriations of Highway Dollars

S. Con. Res. 90 – International Year Against Drug Abuse

Senate Drug Enforcement Caucus -- Chairman, Senator Paula Hawkins

Senate Governmental Affairs Committee, 09/21/1981

Senate Joint Resolution 57 – National Drug Abuse Education Week

U.S. Senate – Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Juvenile Justice

Senate Wives, 02/03/1983 - 10:00 am

[Subcommittee on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, 02/24/1982]

[Subcommittee on Crime, Committee on the Judiciary, House]

 

Box 75

[Subcommittee on Government Information, Justice and Agriculture, House]

Testimony – Domestic Cultivation via Congressman Glenn English (D-OK) 05/19/1983

Testimony – House Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Crime, 02/17/1983 - 9:30 am (1)(2)

Nancy Wolicki and Emily Donovan re: Look-Alike Drugs (Select Committee), 07/29/1982 - 9:30 am

 

SERIES VI: OVERSIGHT WORKING GROUP, 1983-1986

Box 75, Continued

Oversight Working Group, January 1983-June 1983 (1)-(6)

Oversight Working Group, July 1983-December 1983 (1)-(5)

Oversight Working Group, August 1983 - No Meeting

Oversight Working Group – 194 OEOB, 09/14/1983 - 10:00 am

[Oversight Working Group, October 1983-November 1983 (DEA)]

Oversight Working Group, January 1984-June 1984 (1)

 

Box 76

Oversight Working Group, January 1984-June 1984 (2)-(4)

[Oversight Working Group, 03/01/1984 - Notice of Meeting]

Oversight Working Group, July 1984-December 1984 (1)-(6)

Oversight Working Group, January 1985-June 1985 (1)-(6)

Oversight Working Group, July 1985-December 1985 (1)

 

Box 77

Oversight Working Group, July 1985-December 1985 (2)-(6)

          Oversight Working Group – Room 208 OEOB, 07/10/1985 - 10:00 am

Oversight Working Group – Room 476 OEOB, 12/11/1985 - 10:00 am [I]

Oversight Working Group – Room 476 OEOB, 12/11/1985 - 10:00 am [II]

          Oversight Working Group, January 1986-September 1986 (1)-(10)

Oversight Working Group – Room 476, 01/08/1986 - 10:00 am

 

Box 78

Oversight Working Group – Room 476 OEOB, 02/20/1986 - 10:00 am

Oversight Working Group – Room 476 OEOB, 03/12/1986 - 10:00 am

 

SERIES VII: DRUG ABUSE POLICY OFFICE [DAPO] REPORTS, 1982-1987

Box 78, Continued

DAPO Weekly Reports for ELH [Ed Harper] [December 1982-August 1983] (1)(2)

Weekly DAPO Reports, 1985 (1)-(3)

Weekly DAPO Reports, 1986 (1)-(5)

Weekly DAPO Reports, 1987

 

SERIES VIII: ITINERARIES, 1981-1986

Box 78, Continued

Itineraries, 1981-1982 (1)-(3)

Itineraries, 1983 (1)-(3)

Itineraries, 1984 (1)(2)

Itineraries, 1985 (1)

 

Box 79

Itineraries, 1985 (2)

Itineraries, 1986

 

SERIES IX: MEDIA FILE, 1981-1986

Box 79, Continued

Peggy Mann – Readers Digest, November 1981 (1)-(5)

Discover Magazine, 12/08/1981

Susan Viau / U.S. Medicine, 03/05/1982 - 2:00 pm

Victor Beattie and Forest Boyd – International Media Service, 04/16/1982 - 2:00 pm

Panorama Interview, 05/06/1982 - 11:45 am

[National Association of Independent Insurers] NAII Articles, Update, etc., 05/14/1982

John Kerr, John Holliday, and Joe Band, 05/17/1982 - 10:30 am

Marge Thrasher Show – WHBQ-TV, Memphis, TN [06/15/1982]

KRLA - Radio 11, Pasadena, CA [06/21/1982]

Gannett News Service with Joyce Napelka and Ann Wrobleski, 06/24/1982 - 10:00 am

Richard Levy – USICA [United States International Communications Agency] Film for

Colombia / Interview, 06/24/1982 - 10:30 am

Morris Cunningham – Memphis Commercial Appeal, 07/01/1982 - 11:00 am

Listen Magazine – Francis Soper, Barbara Wetherell, Deanna Davis, 07/07/1982 - 10:00 am (1)-(4)

KGO-TV (ABC) – Say What You Think, San Francisco, CA [07/12/1982]

CBS Morning News – Interview, Madeline Amgott, Holly Atkinson, 07/12/1982

U.S. Medicine – “Strong Support for Medicinal Cannabis Uses,” 07/15/1982

Bill George – Navy Radio News Service, 08/04/1982

Peggy Mann – Reader’s Digest, 08/04/1982

5 Alive [08/20/1982]

Washington Monthly Magazine, September 1982

USA Today – Donna Greene (Interview), 09/15/1982 - 3:30 pm

WFSI Radio – Carole Alexander (Interview), 09/15/1982 - 11:30 am

Chicago Tribune (Phone Interview) with Bill Mullen, 09/21/1982 - 2:30 pm

 

Box 80

Strategy Press Conference – Carlton Turner, Rudolph Guiliani, William Mayer,

Jon Thomas, 10/05/1982

USA Today (CT Interview) – “Ex-Drug Researcher Leads Anti-Abuse Push,”

10/07/1982 (Empty)

“What You Should Know About Marijuana,” by Channing L. Bete Co., Inc. – Susan

Nolan, Assistant Manager, [10/07/1982]

C-Span Cable Public Affairs Network, 10/11/1982 (Empty)

The Larry King Show (CT Interview) by Jim Slade, 10/13/1982 -11:30 pm

The 700 Club (Interview), via National Press Club, 10/15/1982

CITV London – Brian Moser, Aleta Naughton 10/18/1982

Washington Post – Mary Thornton, Reference query, 10/18/1982

John Becher (DOD-PA), 10/19/1982 - 1:00 pm

Nightwatch News – CBS – Debbie Girard [10/20/1982]

WCBS All News NY, 10/20/1982

WMBA – Ambridge, PA – Barb Treahar, 10/20/1982

[United States Information Agency] USIA Foreign Press Briefing, 10/21/1982

[United States Information Agency] USIA Narcotics Group [10/21/1982]

WKST – New Castle, PA – Frank Squillo, 10/21/1982

WSMB Radio – The Andre Laborde Show, New Orleans, LA, 10/23/1982

WABC Los Angeles – Michael Jackson Show (Joyce Coleman) [10/25/1982]

Idaho Press Tribune – Jay Vail [10/26/1982]

Channel 5 Special – Epidemic: Why Are Kids on Drugs? and Panel Discussion,

10/28/1982 - 7:00 pm

Meeting with Gil Robinson, USIA [United States Information Agency] Deputy

Director, 11/01/1982

Scripps Howard – Lance Gay Interview, 11/02/1982

WWBR – Johnston, PA – John Timko, 11/02/1982

Morton Silverstein – USIA [United States Information Agency] Film, 11/09/1982

Bonneville International Corporation (Blaine Whipple) – WRFM-NY [11/12/1982]

Dana Rohrabacher, Speechwriter – Presidential Trip to Colombia, 11/12/1982

Sandy Golden (Drunk Driving), 11/15/1982 (1)-(3)

WBZ – The David Finnegan Show – Ken Meyer, Producer [11/15/1982]

Cox Newspapers – Cheryl Arvidson, 11/16/1982

Christian Broadcasting Network – Carrie Hart, 11/18/1982

Navy News Service – Bill George, 11/22/1982

Fayette County Drug and Alcohol Commission – Reverend Paul Sandusky [11/29/1982]

United Way Taping, 11/30/1982

Nippon AV Productions – Mrs. Akiko Carniglia, December 1982

WTSP  Tampa (ABC) – Craig Roberts, December 1982

Greg Wickfield – Drug Abuse Slide Show – Prince George’s County [12/03/1982]

WEAM Radio (Big Band) AM 1390 – Falls Church, Virginia [12/08/1982]

WRC – Joel Spivak Show, 12/17/1982

C-Span (CT Appearance), 12/18/1982 – Cancelled

Father Raymond Schlinkert – With this Ring, 01/04/1983 - 10:45 am

WPBR Palm Beach (Ed Tyll), 01/06/1983

Good Morning America (ABC), 01/12/1983

Free America Plan – Rich Gros de Mange [01/17/1983]

People Magazine – Ken Huff [01/18/1983]

Tom Hinton – The Prosecutor Magazine, 01/24/1983

Alcoholism – Interview with President for March 1983 Issue [01/25/1983]

Straight Talk – Bill Burns, 01/25/1983

Fort Lauderdale News – Bill Gibson, 01/31/1983

Tom Seay – U.S. Journal, 01/31/1983

WMCA New York – Judge Jerome Becker [02/01/1983]

Charles Van Dyke – RKO Network, 02/23/1983

The Wall Street Journal – Burt Schorr, March 1983

William Cole (Documentary on Marjiuana), 03/02/1983

Susanna McBee – U.S. News and World Report, 03/14/1983

 

Box 81

NBC Drug Awareness Test via Don Luftig, 03/15/1983 - 9:15 am

CBS News (Arden Ostrander / Ed Rabell), 03/28/1983

Medical Times – Dinner with Susan Jenkins and Dr. Bruckheim, 04/05/1983

Colombian TV Interviews – 24 Hours – Mauricio Gomez, 04/06/1983

Good Morning America – Allen Margolin, 212-580-6198, Dallas, 04/25/1983

Dennis Camire – Gannett News, 04/28/1983

CBS News – Nightwatch, Marsha Henning, 212-975-7103, 04/28/1983

Mark Elliott – KNUS Denver, 04/28/1983

New York Times Op Ed Piece (Heroin), Spring 1983

Tommy Payne – Religious Press Liaison, 05/04/1983

Ron Bertothy, Narcotics Control Digest, Interview, 05/04/1983

KSDO San Diego, 05/13/1983

Barry Gray Show – WMCA New York, 05/17/1983

WQED Pittsburgh Taping, 05/27/1983 - 9:00 am

WERE Cleveland – Vivian Goodman, 06/06/1983

Spectrum (CBS) [07/15/1983]

Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal – Lisa Cagle, 06/30/1983

Jackie King (Freelancer – Ms. or Ladies Home Journal), 07/05/1983

Domenick DiPasquale, USIA [United States Information Agency] Interview, 07/08/1983

Amy Wallace / Newsweek / Phone Interview, 07/08/1983 - 2:30 pm

Channel 10 / Albany, GA Interview with Senator and Mrs. Mattingly, 07/15/1983

Riddick Communications – Richmond, VA – Interviewed Daniel Leonard, 07/18/1983

[WALB-TV, 07/25/1983]

TV Interview – Representatives Jack Edwards and Earl Hutto, 08/03/1983 - 11:45 am

[WTTG, 08/05/1983]

TV Interview – Post-Newsweek Television Documentary on Enforcement / Education and

Prevention, 08/09/1983 - 10:00 am

Brian Freemantle – British Author, 08/12/1983 - 11:00 am

Satellite News, 08/15/1983 - 5:00 pm

WAGA-TV Atlanta, 08/16/1983 - 1:00 pm

Phil Peters – Director, GBI [08/17/1983]

Satellite News Channel – Live for WRAL-TV, Raleigh, 08/18/1983 - 6:00 pm

Independent Network News – Drew Scott (TV), 08/19/1983 - 11:30 am

Health Spectrum – Dorothy Sly, Editorial [08/26/1983] (1)(2)

People Magazine – Margie Bonnett, 08/29/1983 - 9:00 am

All Things Considered – Nina Totenberg (NPR), 08/30/1983 - 2:30 pm

MacNeil/Lehrer Show – Live at WETA-TV, 08/31/1983 - 6:30 pm

KMOX Radio Saint Louis Talk Show via Phone, 09/16/1983 - 2:10 pm

Olin Murrell Show – KLBJ, Austin, TX, 09/06/1983 - 10:30 am

Sallie Forman [09/13/1983]

WWDC Radio AM/FM Taping, 09/22/1983 - 10:00 am

[DC-101, 09/23/1983]

Colombian TV Interview, 09/28/1983 - 10:30 am

Christian Science Monitor Five-Part Series, 10/28/1983 - 2:00 pm

WRC-TV Leader Luncheon – Key Bridge Marriott, 10/28/1983 - 12:00 pm

Christian Science Monitor Drug Series, etc. [November 1983]

CHUM-FM Radio Toronto (by phone), 11/02/1983 - 10:30 am

Long Beach Press-Telegram (CA) – Jane Birnbaum, 11/04/1983 - 4:00 pm

WEBZ Call-in Show – Chicago, IL, 11/05/1983 – 11:00 am

WKRG Radio – Mobile, AL, Randy Patrick (Phone), 11/08/1983 - 3:00 pm

Newhouse News Service on Strategy (Sally Squires), 11/10/1983 - 10:00 am

WFNX-FM – Lynn, Mass. – By Telephone with Mary Breslauer, 11/21/1983 - 9:00 am

TV for Soft Drink Conference in Houston, 11/22/1983 - 5:00 pm

 

Box 82

USIA [United States Information Agency] – Domenick DiPasquale, Paraquat Lawsuit,

12/08/1983 - 1:30 pm (1)(2)

CHUM-FM Radio – Toronto (phone), 12/15/1983 - 9:30 am

Brian Trigalli – By Phone, 12/15/1983 - 11:45 am

New York Times – Jim Clarity, “Washington Talk” Column, 12/19/1983

Air Force Times – Jim Garamonde, Urinalysis, 12/19/1983

U.S. Chamber’s Biznet – Live TV (5 minutes), 12/20/1983 – 7:48 am

KMBZ Kansas City – “Midday” (Phone), Don Burley re: Drug Name Perfumes, 01/09/1984

Intervision (Colombia) – Live via Satellite, 01/11/1984 - 7:30 pm

American Journal of Hospital Pharmacy – Michael Posey, 01/12/1984 - 10:30 am

RKO Radio Network re: United Nations (INCB) [International Narcotics Control Board]

Annual Report, 01/19/1984

U.S. Medicine – Nancy Tomich, 01/26/1984 - 9:00 am

Domenick DiPasquale (USIA) [United States Information Agency], 02/22/1984

U.S. Chamber of Commerce – Ask Washington, 02/23/1984 - 9:00-10:00 am

CBS TV Network – Heroin, Joan Snyder (NY), 04/03/1984 - 2:00 pm

WABC-TV (New York), 04/04/1984 - 9:00 am

KFBK Radio – Mary Jane Popp Show, 04/27/1984 - 9:05 am

Colombian Telepress Conference, 05/08/1984 - 11:00 am

Canberra Times (Australia) – Ian Matthews, 05/11/1984 - 1:30 pm

“The Mini Page” on Drugs by Betty Debnam, 05/13/1984

Andrew Gowers – Financial Times of London, 05/22/1984 - 10:00 am

Telepress Conference with Admiral Daniel Murphy and Francis Mullen [June 1984]

Pan American Medical Association – New Orleans, LA, 06/01/1984

WGTO Interview – Taped, 06/12/1984 - 11:15 am

WINZ Interview – Live News, 06/12/1984 - 8:30 am

CNN Take Two – Live, West Wing lawn, 06/14/1984 - 11:50 am

WAPE – Jacksonville, FL, Norma Davis, 06/15/1984 - 5:15 pm

Nightly Business Report – PBS, Helen Whelan, 06/18/1984 - 10:30 am

KLIF – Arlington, TX, Terri Barrett – Cancelled, 06/19/1984 - 3:15 pm

Lexington Herald-Leader Editorial Board, 06/25/1984 - 2:00 pm

WAOI Radio – Don Colson Show, 06/28/1984 - 3:10-4:00 pm

Nightline – ABC-TV News [July 1984]

KIRO Radio – Seattle, Mid-Day, Jim French, 07/05/1984 - 1:00 pm

KGA Radio – Spokane, Ed Parents, 07/10/1984 - 11:15 am

WIP Radio – Jack Ellery, 07/11/1984 - 8:00-8:30 pm

KHQ Radio – Spokane, Mike Moran Show, 07/13/1984 - 3:30 pm

Time Magazine – Ross Munro, 07/20/1984 - 9:00 am

KHQ Radio – Spokane, Mike Moran Show, August 1984

Sally Squires – Newshouse News Service, 08/21/1984 - 2:00 pm

Robert Taylor and Alan Otten – Wall Street Journal, 08/21/1984 - 3:00 pm

Joel Brinkley, 08/24/1984 - 2:30 pm

WABC Radio – Los Angeles, CA, 09/11/1984 - 10:30 am

Washington Times with Charles Wheeler, 09/11/1984 – 4:30 pm

Congressman Tom Lewis (R-FL) – Radio Interview for District, 10/09/1984

Dallas Morning News with Bill Choyke, 10/11/1984 - 10:30 am

Elks Taping, 10/16/1984 - 2:30 pm

Time Magazine – Barry Seaman, 12/06/1984 - 10:45 am

CBS Interview, 01/10/1985 - 10:00 am

Entertainment Tonight, 01/10/1985 - 10:00 am

CBS Interview – Amy Gottman, 01/17/1985 - 11:20 am

KNIK Interview – Alex Robinson, 01/17/1985 - 2:00 pm

Press Conference – USA Voice of America, 02/13/1985 - 2:00 pm

 

Box 83

Telepress Conference – Colombia, 02/20/1985 - 3:00 pm

Daily Jang Interview – Pakistan, Syed Zaidi, 02/21/1985 - 11:00 am (1)(2)

CNN Day Watch, 03/08/1985 - 9:00 am

Ad Age Interview – Steve Colford, 03/13/1985 - 3:30 pm

Memphis Commercial Appeal – Anita Houk, 03/14/1985 - 11:30 am

TV Hoy Interview – Andres Pastrana – Cancelled, 03/21/1985 - 1:30 pm

Miami Herald – Rick Bowers, 03/27/1985 - 2:00 pm

Face the Nation [03/29/1985]

Domenick DiPasquale – USIA [United States Information Agency] Interview, 04/09/1985 - 3:00 pm

John McCaslin – Washington Times Interview, 04/09/1985 - 1:45 pm

New York Magazine – Antony Haden-Guess, 04/18/1985 - 2:00 pm

Fortune Interview – Felix Kessler, 04/29/1985 - 4:45 pm

Playboy Interview by Larry Gonzales, 04/30/1985 - 4:00 pm

USIA [United States Information Agency] / International Information Committee,

05/01/1985 - 3:00 pm

Straight Talk – Bill Burns, 05/12/1985 - 8:00 pm

Knute Royce Interview, 05/16/1985 - 10:00 am

Cocaine Taping – Chris Jeans Productions, 05/21/1985 - 1:00 pm

Atlantic Monthly – Jim Lieber, 05/22/1985 - 3:30 pm

Public Art Films, 05/24/1985 - 2:00 pm

Fred Graham, 07/10/1985 - 2:00 pm

USA Today / [Andy] Kanengiser, 07/19/1985

Andy Kanengiser – USA Today, 07/19/1985 - 2:00 pm

NBC – Lisa Myers, 07/29/1985

Lisa Myers – NBC, 07/29/1985 - 12:30 pm       

Pamela Huish and Lloyd Sullivan / Video World, 07/29/1985 - 9:00 am

Today – NBC, Jane Pauley, 08/06/1985

Today, 08/06/1985

Mary Jane Popp – KFBK, 08/06/1985 - 5:30 pm

Mary Lawler – WPOP, 08/06/1985 - 10:00 am

Newsday – CNN, Bernard Shaw, 08/07/1985 - 4:00 pm

WRKO Boston – Moe Lauzier, 08/07/1985 - 5:00 pm

J. Stryker Meyer – San Diego Union, 08/14/1985 - 3:00 pm - I

J. Stryker Meyer – San Diego Union, 08/14/1985 - 3:00 pm - II

Australia, 08/15/1985 - 9:30 am

WBCS Milwaukee, 08/16/1985 - 5:00 pm

WIND Chicago, 08/20/1985 - 10:00 am - I

WIND Chicago, 08/20/1985 - 10:00 am - II

Target Television, 08/21/1985 - 1:00 pm

Dr. Ronald Buckham, 08/23/1985 - 11:00 am

Atlantic Monthly, 08/29/1985 - 11:00 am

Symposiums International, 09/16/1985 - 3:00 pm

KFIZ Radio – “Chemical Week,” 09/16/1985 - 5:00 pm

Etel Genes-Burger – Voice of America, 09/18/1985 - 1:00 pm

Robert Green – Reuters, 10/16/1985 - 2:00 pm

J. Stryker Meyer – San Diego Union, 10/17/1985 - 4:00 pm

Lee May – Los Angeles Times, 10/17/1985 - 4:30 pm

Bob Robinson – Washington Times, 10/18/1985 - 11:15 am

Symposiums International – Health / Drug Abuse Teleconference, Palm Springs, CA,

10/23/1985 (1)(2)

Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar – The Miami Herald, 11/21/1985 - 11:15 am

Roberto Eisenmann – Harvard University, 11/22/1985 - 2:00 pm

Carolyn Gorman – Outlet Communications, 11/26/1985 - 1:00 pm

 

Box 84

Los Angeles Times [and Miami Herald], December 1985

WRKO – Alan Tolz, 02/03/1986 – 2:00 pm

Time – Michael Duffy, 02/10/1986 - 4:00 pm

Kay Kahler – Newhouse News, 02/21/1986 - 1:30 pm

Mark Miller – Newsweek, 02/25/1986 - 2:00 pm

Scott Cassidy – WTKN / Pittsburgh, 03/11/1986 - 10:15 am

Jackie Roonice – WLS Chicago, 03/11/1986 - 4:45 pm

KYKY – St. Louis, 03/14/1986 - 10:00 am

America Today – WORLDNET, 03/14/1986

Clifford Klauss – Wall Street Journal, 03/27/1986 - 9:45 am

Foreign Press Center Briefing, 04/21/1986 - 11:00 am

Paul Wolfson – Voice of America, 04/29/1986 - 11:00 am

Jim Denton – National Forum Foundation, 05/01/1986 - 10:00 am (1)-(4)

John McCaslin – The Washington Times, 05/13/1986 - 11:00 am

Barbara Sido – First Monday, 05/14/1986 - 10:00 am

DC Pharmaceutical Association, 05/31/1986 (1)(2)

DEA [Drug Enforcement Agency] – Just Say No, 06/05/1986 - 2:30 pm

Charles Bierbauer – Cable News Network, 06/06/1986 - 10:00 am

Hal Bruno – ABC News, 06/11/1986 - 12:00 pm

Courtland Milloy – Washington Post, 06/25/1986 - 3:00 pm

MacNeil/Lehrer, 06/25/1986 - 6:00 pm

Mr. Cal Thomas – Los Angeles Times Syndicate, 06/26/1986 - 2:00 pm

WMAL – Frank Hardon and Jackson Weaver, 06/30/1986 - 9:15 am

Illinois TV Stations, 07/01/1986 - 3:00 pm

Barry Seaman – Time Magazine, 07/17/1986 - 4:30 pm

Boston Herald, 07/17/1986

Larry King Show – CNN, 08/15/1986 - 9:00 pm

WORLDNET, 08/26/1986

Leslie Stahl – CBS, 08/28/1986 - 10:00 am

C-SPAN, 09/09/1986 - 7:00 pm

WNEV-TV Boston, 09/29/1986 - 10:30 am

WBZ-TV Boston, 10/08/1986 - 1:30 pm

Chicago Tribune Breakfast, 11/18/1986 - 8:00 am

Heritage Foundation Speech – Room 450, 11/18/1986 - 10:45 am

College Satellite Network, 11/20/1986 - 12:00 pm

[Chicago Sun-Times, November 1986] (1)(2)

The Journal – Addiction Research Foundation (1)

 

Box 85

The Journal – Addiction Research Foundation (2)-(4)

National Association of Broadcasters - I (1)(2)

National Association of Broadcasters - II

The Washington Times (1)(2)

 

SERIES X: CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS, 1981-1982

Box 85, Continued

New Hampshire Council on Marijuana Abuse – University of New Hampshire,

09/26/1981

ADPA [Alcohol and Drug Problems Association of North America] Eastern Regional

Conference – Capitol Hilton, 10/22/1981-10/25/1981

Toma Press Conference – New York, 10/23/1981

Institute of Medicine – National Academy of Sciences, DC, 10/28/1981

American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics – Sarasota, FL, 11/01/1981

Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse – Embassy Row

Hotel, DC, 11/04/1981-11/06/1981

Florida Informed Parents Organization – Sarasota, FL, 11/06/1981-11/08/1981

Health and Human Services Technical Review Meeting – Pookes Hill, 11/12/1981-11/13/1981

Kids Are Our Concern – Winchester, VA, 11/18/1981

American Academy of Pediatrics – Jackson, MS, 11/20/1981

Scott Newman Foundation, 11/20/1981

Pharmaceutical Wholesalers – Mexico City, 11/20/1981-11/23/1981

New Hampshire Council on Marijuana Abuse – Manchester NH, December 1981

National Federation of Parents – Maryland, 12/03/1981

C.O.M.P.A. [Committee of Methadone Program Administrators] – Hempstead, NY,

12/03/1981-12/04/1981

Substance Abuse Prevention Conference – Wichita, Kansas, 01/21/1982

Parents Conference – Julio Martinez, New York, 02/01/1982-02/02/1982

National Academy of Sciences – Institute of Medicine (ION) Report Dinner, 02/25/1982

National District Attorneys Association Convention, 03/08/1982

National Association on Drug Abuse Problems (NADAP) – Conference on Clinical Relevance

of Research Developments in Substance Abuse, New York, 03/29/1982-03/30/1982

Conference on Drug Abuse – Ft. Lauderdale, 04/17/1982

 

          SERIES XI: INTERNATIONAL File, 1981-1986

          Box 85, Continued

Afghanistan

          Argentina – Dr. Francisco Elizalde, 07/15/1985 - 9:30 am

          Australia [1982]

          Australia [1983-1986]

          Australia [NOMAD Searchmaster Aircraft, 1985-1986]

 

          Box 86

          Australia – Dr. Henry Jenkins, 07/10/1984

          Australia – Minister of Health, 01/29/1985

          Australia – Barry Barnes with Embassy Staff, 03/14/1985 - 2:00 pm

          Australia – Barry Barnes, Burton Fagan, 04/25/1986 - 1:00 pm

          Australian Drug Abuse Policy (1)(2)

          Australian Minister of Health – Neal Blewett

Austria

          Austria [United States Mission to the United Nations – Vienna]

Bahamas

          Bahamas Briefings, 09/20/1983

          Bahamas – Winston Munnings, Teresa Butler, 08/06/1985 - 2:00 pm

Bahrain – Dr. Ali Matar, 03/01/1984 - 11:00 am

          Bangladesh – A.H.G. Mohiuddin, Nesirahmed Ahmadm, 04/21/1986 - 1:15 pm

Barbados

          Belize [1982]

Belize – National Police, 11/01/1983 - 2:00 pm

Belize [1985]

          Bermuda

Brazil (1)-(3)

          Brazil – Dr. Jose Paulo Cavalcanti Filho, 07/09/1985 - 10:00 am

          Brazil – Jose Murad, 03/25/1986 - 2:00 pm

Brunei

          Burma

          Burma – Dr. Ne Win, 06/25/1985 - 3:00 pm

Cameroon

          Canada

          Canada – David Archibald and Dr. Joan Marshman, 06/24/1982 - 9:00 am

          Colombia I

          Colombia II (1)(2)

 

          Box 87

          Colombia III (1)-(6)

Colombia – President Betancur

          Colombia / Re-entry – William Peters

          Colombia – Anti-Narcotics Seminar Participants, 07/01/1983 - 9:30 am

          Colombian Technical Team, 10/04/1983 - 9:30 am

          [Colombia] Bogota – Telepress Conference – Marshall Louis, 10/25/1983 (1)(2)

          Colombia – New Dawn, 08/28/1984 - 10:00 am

          Colombia – President Betancur, Working Visit, 04/04/1985

          [Colombia] Bogota – Telepress Conference, 08/12/1985 - 3:00 pm

          Colombia Briefing, 10/18/1985 - 10:30 pm (1)(2)

          Costa Rica I

Costa Rica II

Cuba (1)-(3)

          Denmark

Ecuador (1)

 

Box 88

Ecuador (2)(3)

          Egypt

          European Parliament, 05/07/1986 - 2:00 pm

France

          France – Jacques Campet and Willy von Raab, 03/16/1983 - 10:30 am

          [Great Britain] British Parliament, 04/29/1985 - 10:15 am

          Great Britain – Doug Hurd, 05/27/1986 - 4:00 pm

          [Grenada]

[India]

          Indonesia

          Italy

          [Italy] Italian Ambassador – Rinaldo Petrignani, 02/27/1986 - 10:00 am

          Jamaica

          Latin America

          Malaysia

          Malaysia – Mustapha Ma, 05/29/1986 - 1:00 pm

          Mauritius – Madun Dulloo, 04/30/1985 - 9:30 am

          Mexico (1)-(3)

          Nicaragua

          Nigeria

          Nigeria – Colonel Anthony Ukpo, Moses Ekpo, 04/16/1986 - 4:30 pm

[Pakistan] Meeting – Pakistan Officials – Mssrs. Mairaj Husain and Sajjad Zahid, 08/03/1981

          [Pakistan] Sajjad Zahid – Narcotics Control, 09/14/1981

          Pakistan [1982-1983] (1)-(4)

          The Pakistan Times – Articles from Carlton Turner’s Visit, December 1983

          Pakistan [1984-1986] (1)(2)

          Pakistan Working Group – Department of State, 04/29/1985 - 11:30 am

 

          Box 89

          [Pakistan] Dr. Ijaz Khan, 01/02/1986 - 11:00 am

[Pakistan] Dangerous Drugs Act, 1930

          [Panama] (1)(2)

          Paraguay

          [Peru]

          The Philippines

          Singapore

          [South Africa]

          Thailand (1)-(3)

          [Thailand] Bangkok – Narong Sadudi, 07/03/1986

          Trinidad and Tobago (1)(2)

          United Kingdom – David Mellor with Home Office, 04/09/1985 - 7:30 am

          Uruguay

          USSR (1)(2)

          Venezuela

          Belize / Jamaica / Panama, 02/25/1985-03/06/1985 (1)(2)

          Europe Trip – Carlton Turner, 02/09/1986-02/19/1986

NSDD 221 [National Security Decision Directive] – Interagency Group on Narcotics,

 1985-1986 (1)-(4)

 

Box 90

NSDD 221 [National Security Decision Directive] – Interagency Group on Narcotics,

1985-1986 (5)

[Report – Certain Articles Containing Sugar, International Trade Commission, October 1985] (1)(2)

          Posse Comitatus, 1981-1983 (1)-(4)

          Classified – Trash – Sue Daoulas (empty)

 

SERIES XII: STATE CORRESPONDENCE, 1981-1986

          Box 90, Continued

          Alabama (1)(2)

          Alaska

          American Samoa

          Arizona

          Arkansas

          California (1)-(7)

 

          Box 91

          California (8)

          Colorado (1)(2)

          Connecticut

          Delaware

          District of Columbia (Washington, D.C.) (1)(2)

          Florida (1)-(6)

          Georgia (1)-(3)

          Hawaii – Governor George Ariyoshi

          Idaho

          Illinois (1)-(3)

 

          Box 92

          Indiana (1)(2)

          Iowa

          Kansas

          Kentucky (1)-(5)

          Louisiana

          Maine

          Maryland

          Massachusetts (1)-(3)

          Michigan

          Minnesota

          Missouri (1)(2)

 

          Box 93

          Montana

          Nebraska

          Nevada

          New Hampshire

          New Jersey (1)(2)

          New Mexico

          New York (1)-(15)

          North Carolina

 

          Box 94

          North Dakota

          Ohio (1)(2)

          Oklahoma

          Oregon (1)-(3)

          Pennsylvania (1)-(3)

          Rhode Island

          South Carolina

          Tennessee

          Texas (1)-(6)

          Texas – Governor William Clements

          Utah

          Virginia (1)(2)

 

          Box 95

          Washington (1)-(3)

          West Virginia

          Wisconsin (1)(2)

          Wyoming

 

SERIES XIII: COMIC BOOK PROJECT, 1982-1984

Box 95, Continued

Comic Book Letters Received (Positive and Negative) (1)(2)

Comic Book Press Coverage (1)(2)

Comic Book – Request to See RR

Comic Book Requests (1)-(7)

Kiddies Given Comic Books (1)

 

Box 96

Kiddies Given Comic Books (2)(3)

          [Teen Titan Comic Book Copies]

          Teen Titan Comic Book – Steve Jacobs – Keebler, 4th Grade, April 1983 (1)-(5)

4th Grade Comic Book Requests – Sent / Answered (1)-(5)

5th Grade Comic Book Release (1)-(3)

5th Grade Comic Book Requests (1)-(3)

 

Box 97

5th Grade Comic Book Requests (4)-(10)

5th Grade Comic Book Requests Answered

First Lady’s Letter to 6th Graders (National Soft Drink Association Comic Book Packet)

[6th Grade Comic Book]

6th Grade Comic Book Press Conference (1)(2)

6th Grade Comic Book Requests (1)(2)

6th Grade Comic Book Requests Sent / Answered (1)-(3)

Mr. Dyer's 6th Grade Class Conference Telephone Call, 05/17/1983 - 10:30 am

 

SERIES XIV: PUBLICATIONS AND REPORTS, 1981-1986

Box 97, Continued

1985 Worldwide Survey of Alcohol and Nonmedical Drug Use among Military

Personnel: Highlights, Robert M. Bray et al., June 1986

1985 Worldwide Survey of Alcohol and Nonmedical Drug Use among Military

Personnel, Robert M. Bray et al., June 1986 (1)

 

Box 98

1985 Worldwide Survey of Alcohol and Nonmedical Drug Use among Military

Personnel, Robert M. Bray et al., June 1986 (2)-(5) 

800-Cocaine, Mark S. Gold, 1984

American Bar Association, American Bar Association Policy Recommendation on Youth

Alcohol and Drug Problems, 1986

Annual Report of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force Program, March 1984

Building Effective Schools Together: The B.E.S.T. Program, Nancy Battista, Ed., 1985

City of New York, Police Department, Drug Awareness Unit, Superior Officer Drug

Awareness Guide (1)(2)

The Coping Catalog: A Guide to Resources in the Greater Washington Area for Alcohol, Drugs,

and Other Addiction Problems, Joseph L. Wright, Ed., 5th Edition, 1983 (1)-(4)

Drug Abuse Policy Office, 1984 National Strategy for Prevention of Drug Abuse and

Drug Trafficking

Drugs, Driving, and Traffic Safety, Robert E. Willette and J. Michael Walsh, Eds.,

World Health Organization, 1983

Epidemic in Retreat: A Community Response to Teenage Drug Abuse, Jean M. Buchanan, 1984

 

Box 99

Girl Scouts, Contemporary Issues: Substance Abuse: Tune in to Well-Being, Say No

to Drugs, 1985

Government Executive, vol. 17, no. 5, May 1985

Institute of Medicine, Marijuana and Health, 1982

Institute of Medicine, Research on Mental Illness and Addictive Disorders: Progress

and Prospects, October 1984

Journal of Natural Products, vol. 45, no. 6, November 1982-December 1982

Kids and Drugs: A Handbook for Parents and Professionals, Joyce M. Tobias, 1986

National Institute of Mental Health, Ethical Issues in Mental Health Policy and

Administration: Conference Report and Bibliography, 1981

National Institute of Mental Health, Mental Health Research and Practice in Minority

Communities: Development of Culturally Sensitive Training Programs, 1986

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Services for Children of Alcoholics, 1981

National Institute on Drug Abuse, “Cocaine Addiction,” 1985

National Institute on Drug Abuse, Community and Legal Responses to Drug Paraphernalia, 1980

National Institute on Drug Abuse, Demographic Characteristics and Patterns of Drug

Use of Clients Admitted to Drug Abuse Treatment Programs in Selected States: Annual Data 1983

National Institute on Drug Abuse, “Employee Drug Screening Q & A: Detection of Drug

Use by Urinalysis,” 1986

National Institute on Drug Abuse, For Kids Only: What You Should Know About

Marijuana, 1984

 National Institute on Drug Abuse, For Parents Only: What You Need to Know About

Marijuana, 1984

National Institute on Drug Abuse, Marijuana and Youth: Clinical Observations on

Motivation and Learning, 1982

 

Box 100

National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Directory of Drug Abuse Treatment Programs, 1981

National Institute on Drug Abuse, Pamphlets, 1983-1984

National Institute on Drug Abuse, Parents, Peers, and Pot, 1979

National Institute on Drug Abuse, Statistical Series, Final Report: Data from the National

Drug and Alcoholism Treatment Utilization Survey, September 1980

The National Narcotics Intelligence Consumers Committee, Narcotics Intelligence Estimate:

The Supply of Drugs to the U.S. Illicit Market from Foreign and Domestic Sources in 1978:

Executive Summary and Highlights

The National Narcotics Intelligence Consumers Committee, Narcotics Intelligence Estimate 1984:

The Supply of Illicit Drugs to the United States from Foreign and Domestic Sources in 1984

National Science Foundation, National Science Foundation: 31st Annual Report for Fiscal Year 1981

Office of Drug Abuse Policy, “Border Management and Interdiction: An Interagency Review,” 1977 (1)(2)

Only the Wind is Free, Mike King, 1984

President’s Commission on Organized Crime: America’s Habit: Drug Abuse, Drug Trafficking,

 and Organized Crime, March 1986

 

Box 101

President’s Commission on Organized Crime, Organized Crime and Cocaine Trafficking,

Record of Hearing IV, 11/27/1984-11/29/1984, Washington, D.C.

Public Health Foundation, Public Health Agencies 1984: Volume 1, Expenditures and

Sources of Funds, November 1986

Public Health Foundation, Public Health Agencies 1984: Volume 2, Services and

Activities, November 1986

Royal Canadian Mounted Police, RCMP National Drug Intelligence Estimate 1984/1985,

Rodney T. Stamler et al., Eds., 1985

Strategies for Controlling Adolescent Drug Use, J. Michael Polich et al., 1984

U.S. Department of Education, What Works: Schools Without Drugs, 1986

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Community Epidemiology Work Group

Proceedings, Vol. I, Drug Abuse Indicator Trends, June 1986

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Community Epidemiology Work Group

Proceedings, Vol. II, Selected Issues: Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Drug Abuse

and Crime, Ethnographic Research, International Research, June 1986

 

Box 102

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Drug Abuse and Drug Abuse Research, January 1984

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Reports, “Promoting Health/Preventing

Disease: Public Health Service Implementation Plans for Obtaining the Objectives for the Nation,” 1983 (1)(2)

U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, DEA Quarterly

Intelligence Trends, Winter 1980

U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, DEA Quarterly

Intelligence Trends, Fall 1981

U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, DEA Quarterly

Intelligence Trends, Winter 1981

U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, DEA Quarterly

Intelligence Trends, Winter 1982

U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, DEA Quarterly

Intelligence Trends, Spring 1982

U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, DEA Quarterly

Intelligence Trends, Summer 1982

U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, The Quarterly: DEA

Quarterly Intelligence Trends, Vol. 2, 1984

U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, Drug Enforcement,

 vol. 11, no. 1, Summer 1984

U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, Drug Priorities:

FY-1982, 10/01/1981

U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, Final Environmental Impact

Statement: Cannabis Eradication on Non-Federal and Indian Lands in the Contiguous

 United States and Hawaii, May 1986

 

Box 103

U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, Final Environmental Impact

Statement on the Eradication of Cannabis on Federal Lands in the Continental United States, July 1985

U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, Supplement to the Draft Environmental

Impact Statement: Cannabis Eradication on Non-Federal and Indian Lands in the Contiguous

United States and Hawaii, January 1986

U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation, “Implementation Directive for Concurrent

Drug Investigative Jurisdiction Between the Drug Enforcement Agency and the Federal

Bureau of Investigation,” 03/12/1982

U.S. Departments of Justice, Labor and State, Interagency Task Force on Immigration Policy,

Staff Report, March 1979

U.S. Senate, Imitation Controlled Substances Act of 1983, Hearing before the Subcommittee on

Alcoholism and Drug Abuse of the Committee on Labor and Human Resources on S. 503, 07/14/1983

 

OVERSIZE MATERIALS

          Box 104

American Legion Scrapbook: Resolutions and Pamphlets re: Drugs

[Drug Abuse Policy Office Schedules – Turner, December 1982-November 1983]

Master Cabinet Briefing Book [Cabinet Council on Human Resources, 05/03/1983]