Indiana Historical Society
Smith Memorial Library
1959, 1 folder.
A letter from Joseph W. Barr to his 11th Indiana District constituents inviting them to share their opinions on voting issues. He also offers to send federal publications upon request.
1958-1971, approximately 6,675 items.
The papers of Joseph Walker Barr contain official papers, including memoranda,1964-1969; congressional activities, 1958-1960; general files, from Africa to White House; speeches and remarks, 1959-1969; statements before House and Senate committees, 1965-1969; audio tapes of interviews on television, 1967-1968 (some of the transcripts may be found in Speeches); printed materials and clippings. The papers refer to legislation relating to the Asian Development Bank, campaign contributions, gold and the balance of payments, interest rates for savings and loan institutions, participation sales, truth-in-lending, and reports covering transition from the Johnson to the Nixon administration. A box and folder list is available in the library and online.
In the James Anthony Eldridge Papers, 1941-1978, 820 items.
Other authors include Joseph W. Barr. An index is available in the repository.
Lyndon B. Johnson Library
1964-1965, 6 linear feet.
The papers of Joseph W. Barr contain subject files and speeches.
An oral history interview with Joseph W. Barr.
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