By Glenn Gray, Rebecca Johnson Melvin, Karen D. Paul
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My status as a full member with a Senate identification card was helpful. It gave me access to committee rooms, committee staff, the Congressional Research Service, and many other offices on Capitol Hill. Negotiations were completed in one visit with a brief 30 Connell B. Gallagher exchange of letters, and I began work on July 1, 1988. The amount of time was sufficient to do most of the things I felt were important. WASHINGTON OFFICE FUNCTIONS AND THEIR RECORDS Robert T. Stafford was a career politician.
Frank H. Mackaman makes a good case for the preservation of congressional case files in “Managing Case Files in Congressional Collections: The Hazard of Prophecy,” Midwestern Archivist 4 (1979): 95–104. 20. Paul, Records Management Handbook, 4–22. 21. All of Leahy’s campaign files were stored in Washington. 22. Aronsson, “Appraisal,” 98–99. 4 Collection Policies at State Archives for Legislators’ Papers Sara Roberson Kuzak While professional standards and theory exist to guide archivists through basic archival processes, there remain stark differences in overall acquisition practices and collecting policies between similar types of archival institutions.
The LAs helped to write legislation, and they prepared speeches, briefings, and position papers. Each had extensive files, kept up with issues, and studied the positions of friends and foes. Good work on their part strengthened the senator’s hand in committee; he always knew how the vote would go before he entered any committee room. The files of the LAs would be an important adjunct to the senator’s. 13 In the Stafford office, the administrative staff consisted of the AA, who really functioned on both sides of the aisle, office manager, press officer, secretary/case workers (nearly all of the secretaries carried some caseload), and receptionists.
An American Political Archives Reader by Glenn Gray, Rebecca Johnson Melvin, Karen D. Paul