Schedules, 1995 - 2008
Scope and Contents
A rich set of daily schedules and appointment books brings us into Senator Hagel's busy life on and off Capitol Hill. The daily schedules, 55 cubic feet, cover his twelve years in the U.S. Senate. Schedules include entries on his meetings, public and private events, speeches, interviews, trips to every corner of Nebraska, travel outside the United States, and his personal life. Hagel’s meetings and events were wide-ranging and associated with committee work, legislation, senate hearings, current events, and personal interest. They were held with constituents, Nebraska and foreign officials, interest groups, and friends. Below are the types of material found throughout the folders.
1) The Daily Schedules themselves, including multiple versions of those schedules when the archivist could not identify the final version.
2) Memorandums generally containing discussion points for meetings, background information about key meeting or event participants (resumes, biographies, articles), and logistical information. Depending on the meeting or event format, memorandums might include notes on issues and bills that Senator Hagel supported or opposed.
3) Event protocol materials from meeting and event coordinators / hosts, including meeting agendas, schedules, participant lists, and background information on discussion topics.
4) Correspondence, including event invitations, speaking/meeting requests, scheduling discussions, and follow up “Thank You” letters.
5) Miscellaneous materials, including news articles, funding documents, and informational pamphlets / brochures.
- Creation: 1995 - 2008
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