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Guide to the Terry A.​ Willkom Papers,​ 1971-​1974

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Summary Information

Title: Terry A. Willkom Papers

Inclusive Dates: 1971-1974

Creator: Willkom, Terry A., 1943-

Call Number: Eau Claire Mss AL

Quantity: 1.0 c.f. (5 archives boxes)

Repository: Housed at the Area Research Center, William D. McIntyre Library, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire; owned by the Wisconsin Historical Society, Library-Archives Division

Archival Locations: UW-Eau Claire McIntyre Library / Eau Claire Area Research Ctr.

Abstract: Legislative papers of Willkom, Chippewa Falls, Wis., Democratic representative of Wisconsin's 67th Assembly district (1970-1976). The collection contains primarily reference materials, with some correspondence, and reflects Willkom's special interests in health care and hospitals, and in the budget.

Language: English

Search Terms/Subject Terms

  • Legislators—Wisconsin—Chippewa County
  • Medical care—Law and legislation—Wisconsin
  • Wisconsin—Politics and government

Biography/History

Terry A. Willkom, Democratic representative of Wisconsin's 67th Assembly district (1970-1976), was born February 23, 1943, in Stanley, Wisconsin. A graduate of Wisconsin State University-Eau Claire (1966), Willkom was a hospital business manager prior to his election to the Assembly. As a legislator, his committee assignments included taxation, rules, legislative organization, employment relations, interstate cooperation, council on criminal justice, liability of health professionals, highways, and natural resources. He served as majority leader for the 1974 legislative session, but did not run for reelection in 1976.

Scope and Content Note

The collection contains legislative papers, primarily reference materials such as reports and notes, accompanied by some correspondence. Very few legislative bills are present. The papers are treated as Subject Files, reflecting Willkom's original arrangement, and also detailing his special interests in health care and hospitals, and in the budget.

Administrative/Restriction Information

Acquisition Information

Presented by Terry A. Millkom, Chippewa Falls, 1975. Accession Number: M75-49

Processing Information

Processed by Menzi Behrnd, November 17, 1978.

Contents List

Box 1
Folder 1

Age of majority bill

Box 1
Folder 2

Alcohol and drug treatment centers

Box 1
Folder 3

American Health Congress, August 7-10, 1972

Box 1
Folder 4

Animal waste management rules

Box 1
Folder 5

Birth control and family planning

Box 1
Folder 6

Boating restrictions

Box 1
Folder 7-8

The budget and shared taxes

Box 1
Folder 9

The budget and shared taxes - AB 300

Box 1
Folder 10-11

The budget and shared taxes, 1973-1974

Box 1
Folder 12

Cadott railroad crossing

Box 1
Folder 13

Charitable organizations

Box 1
Folder 14

Child care institutions

Box 1
Folder 15

Chippewa county

Box 1
Folder 16

Chippewa County Health Planning Council

Box 2
Folder 1

Corporate farming bill

Box 2
Folder 2

Credit unions

Box 2
Folder 3

Wayne Danielson

Box 2
Folder 4

Day care for the mentally handicapped

Box 2
Folder 5

Deer kill statistics

Box 2
Folder 6

Direct selling legislation

Box 2
Folder 7

Dogs

Box 2
Folder 8

Economic development administration

Box 2
Folder 9

Education and teachers' retirement

Box 2
Folder 10

Full crew law

Box 2
Folder 11

Robert L. Halbleib, Sr., Mayor of Chippewa Falls

Box 2
Folder 12

Health and social services

Box 2
Folder 13

Health careers and education

Box 2
Folder 14

Health planning

Box 2
Folder 15

Highway funding

Box 2
Folder 16

Highways

Box 2
Folder 17

Homestead tax relief

Box 2
Folder 18

Hospital rate review program

Box 2
Folder 19

Hospitals and health care

Box 3
Folder 1

Insurance

Box 3
Folder 2

Labor relations

Box 3
Folder 3

John M. Lavine

Box 3
Folder 4

Liquor licensing

Box 3
Folder 5

John Lindsay

Box 3
Folder 6

Mental retardation

Box 3
Folder 7

Merger of University systems

Box 3
Folder 8

Miscellaneous

Box 3
Folder 9

News releases

Box 3
Folder 10

No-fault insurance

Box 3
Folder 11

Nursing homes

Box 3
Folder 12

Occupational Safety and Health Act

Box 3
Folder 13

Offender rehabilitation

Box 3
Folder 14

Opinion polls

Box 4
Folder 1

Parochial school aid

Box 4
Folder 2

Pollution

Box 4
Folder 3

Pregnancy and maternity leaves, hearings on

Box 4
Folder 4

Probate reform

Box 4
Folder 5

Reapportionment

Box 4
Folder 6

Refrigeration technicians

Box 4
Folder 7

Retirement legislation

Box 4
Folder 8

Revenue sharing

Box 4
Folder 9

School aids

Box 4
Folder 10

School personnel

Box 4
Folder 11

Senior citizens

Box 4
Folder 12

Sixty-five foot trucks

Box 4
Folder 13

Snowmobile legislation

Box 4
Folder 14

Snowmobiles

Box 4
Folder 15

Speeches

Box 4
Folder 16

State teletype network

Box 5
Folder 1

State universities

Box 5
Folder 2

Studded snow tires

Box 5
Folder 3

Thank you letters

Box 5
Folder 4

Tuition grant applications

Box 5
Folder 5

Vetoed bills

Box 5
Folder 6

Vocational education

Box 5
Folder 7

Voting records

Box 5
Folder 8

Wisconsin Indian Head, Inc.

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