Roy Millenson Collection
Legislative and Press Assistant to Representative Jacob K. Javits, January 1949 through October 1955.
Legislative Assistant, Administrative Assistant, Executive Assistant to Senator Jacob
K. Javits, January 1957 through October 1959.
Minority Staff Director, Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, February 1965
through December 1974.
Subject files, press releases, and news clippings.
0.3 cubic feet
Donated by Mr. Roy Millenson.
Processed by Kristen J. Nyitray, August 2004. Updated 2014.
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Biographical information and accomplishments
Citizen’s Committee for JKJ
Clipping: “Some Queensbury Rules for Congressional Investigators.” Reporter, 9/1/53 (3 pp.)
Clipping: “Could this Jew Be President?” Esquire, April 1960.
Clipping: “Uncle Sam Displays Split Personality.”NY Journal American, 1/6/1966.
Clipping: “Goals for Israel Near Attainment.” n.d.
Congressional Record: Spring 1957-1961, 1963-1964.
Statements and speeches of Senator Javits.
Press release: Julius Klein Public Relations.
Press releases: New York Republican State Committee, 9/22/56 – 10/23/56. (2f)
Press releases: Senator Jacob K. Javits, 2/15/51 – undated.
Reports and statements
Subject files: Arab Boycott Bill, 1965-1967.
Subject files: Jewish Emigration, 1972 -1973.
Subject files: Jewish Relations.
Subject files: Labor Committee.
Subject files: Middle East, 1963-1968.
Subject files: Middle East Peace Efforts, 4/3/1962; 1966-1969.
Subject files: Soviet Anti-Semitism, 1965-1972.
Subject files: Voting Participation, 3/2/1952; 9/6/1960.