"Rules of Procedure" Date: January 18, 1955 Report No.: (?) Report by: United States Senate. Content: Rules of procedure for the senate permanent subcommittee on investigations of the committee on government operations.
"Joint Resolution" Date: March 7, 1957, 85th Congress, 1st Session. Report No.: (?) Report by: Mr. Haley. Content: The budget for the fiscal year 1958 calls for expenditures which are excessively high. Therefore the President is requested to submit to the Congress not later than April 15, 1957, specific recommendations, in the form of budget amendments, as to where and in what amounts economies are to be effected, so as to reduce the expenditures requested for the fiscal year 1958.
"In The United States Court of Appeals" Date: March 4, 1954 Report No.: 10870 Report by: Frank E. Gettleman. Content: United States of America(Plantiff-Appellant) vs. 4,892 Cartons, More or Less of Moskeeto-Lites and United States of America(Plantiff-Appellant) vs. 4,892 Cartons, More or Less of Moskeeto-Lites, Victrylite Candle Co.,a Wisconsin Corporation(Defendant-Appellee). Appellee's Petition for rehearing.
"Report of the Joint Legislative Committee on Charitable and Philanthropic Agencies and Organizations." Date: February 15, 1954 Report No.: 26 Report by: Bernard Tompkins, Chairman. Content: Pursuant to concurrent resolution adopted March 31, 1953, the Joint Legislative Committee on Charitable and Philanthropic Agencies and Organizations respectfully submits this report covering the work of its investigations to and including the present date.
"The Library of Congress-Legislative Reference Services." Date: October 1954, 36th Congress, 2nd Session, 1860, through 45th Congress, 2nd Session, 1879. Report No.: (?) Report by: Samuel H. Still. Content: The right to membership and precedents of The United States Senate respecting the election of and retention of seats by members, 1789-1951.
"Resolution" Date: May 13, 1954, 83rd Congress, 2nd Session. Report No.: 247 Report by: Mr. Jenner. Content: To express the sense of the Senate on severing diplomatic relations with Russia and calling an international conference to take united action against communism.
"Senate Committee on Government Operations" Date: March 24, 1954. Report No.: 83-2-7 Report by: Walter L. Reynolds, Staff Director. Content: Proposed investigations of Government Services, Inc.
"Communism In the Philippines" Date: March 17, 1952. Report No.: (?) Report by: Special Committee on Un-Filipino Activities House of Representatives of the Republic of the Philippines Manila. Content: The beginning, growth, and present status of the Communist Party of the Philippines, including a description of Communist methods, such as infiltration, use of "front" organizations, subversive propaganda, pretended support of liberal causes, nationalism, Guerrilla warfare, murders and others.
"Final Report of the Joint Legislative Committee on the State Education System" Date: 1947. Report No.: 63 Report by: Mr. Rapp. Content: The Document is divided into five parts: 1) Revision of the Education Law, 2) Legislation proposed by the Committee during the 1947 Session of the Legislature, 3) The Master Plan for School District Reorganization, 4) Disposition of files of Subcommittee Investigating Education and Subversive Activities in the Schools of New York City.
"Report of the New Hampshire Interim Commission on Subversive Activities." Date: 1950 Report No.: (?) Report by: The New Hampshire Interim Commission on Subversive Activities. Content: As directed by the General Court, providing for the establishment of The Interim Commission on Subversive Activities, there is hereby submitted its report.
"American Bar Association" Date: August 17, 1954 Report No.: (?) Report by: Special Committee on individual rights as affected by National Security. Content: The Committee recommends the adoption of the following resolution: Resolved that the American Bar Association adopts the recommendations of its special committee on individual rights as affected by National Security for the reform of Congressional investigations and respectfully submits them to Congress for consideration.
"Rules of Procedure" Date: 1961, 87th Congress, 1st Session. Report No.: (?) Report by: Committee on Un-American Activities. Content: Gives the rules regarding initiation, subjects of investigation, subpoenaing of witnesses etc.
"Rules of Procedure" Date: January 18, 1955 Report No.: (?) Report by: Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations. Content: Gives the rules of procedure for Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, adopted by the full committee on Government Operations.
"In the Supreme Court of the United States" Date: October term, 1942. Report No.: 2 Report by: (?) Content: The petition of a writ of Certiorari was filed on July 26, 1941, and was granted on October 13, 1941(R. 922).
"United States Court Appeals" Date: November 24, 1947. Report No.: 9602 Report by: (?) Content: The Supreme Court had denied certiorari in Josephson vs. United States, 165 F. 2d 82 (C.C.A. 2d 1947), cert. denied, 16 U.S. L. Week 3253 (US Feb. 16, 1948). The appellants were indicted, tried before a jury in violation of Section 192 of Title 2 of the United States Code.
"Official Reports of the Supreme Court" Date: March 9, 1952 through March 16, 1953. Report No.: Volume 345 U.S.- Number 1. Report by: Walter Wyatt. Content: The penetrating and pervasive scope of the investigative power of Congress was asked to be recognized.
"United States Senate Memorandum" Date: 1955. Report No.: 84th Congress, 1st Session Report by: (?) Content:Internal Security Subcommittee of the Judiciary (8 sheets of paper with title only, v. 1-4); attached 3 copies of a list including: Subversive influence in the educational process (pt. 14), Interlocking subversions in Govt. departments (pt. 28), Interlocking subversions in Govt. departments (pt. 29) ...
"Biography of Senator Joseph R. McCarthy" Date: November 14, 1909-1953. Report No.: (?) Report by: The Wisconsin State Republican Committee. Content: Gives information on Senator Joseph R. McCarthy's life through the period of November 14, 1909 to January, 1953.
"United States District Court for the District of Columbia" Date: November 23, 1956. Report No.: (?) Report by: (?) Content: The complaint was regarding accounting, appointment of receiver, cancellation of stock, dissolution of corporation and injunction.
"List of Particulars" Date: July 17, 1941-July 19, 1951 Report No.: (?) Report by: (?) Content: Under the Roosevelt Administration, the United States blacklisted thousands of firms and individuals of every nation of Latin America.