Awards are in the form of statues, plaques, framed items, and other commemorative objects. Items given to Hagel "in appreciation" are generally included with Awards.
General Physical Description note
Inscription side one: EIA/Electronic Industries Alliance/Presented to/THE HONORABLE CHUCK HAGEL/U.S. SENATOR-NEBRASKA/For Outstanding Leadership on behalf of/the United States/Electronic Industries Alliance/May 2003
Trapezoid base, sides numbered clockwise from front
Side One: adhesive residue around plate, concentrated top center, gouge along seam bottom right
Side Two: One scratch top center, minor scratch botom right
Side Three: two scratches, bottom left and center right
Side four: corrosion damange along seams of base, rop right and bottom center and cottom right; two long scratches running from top right to top center; minor scratch top right; three major chips and two minor chips right corner seam
Top of base: scratch center above side one, natural separation front left; minor scratches above sides two and four; deep scratch above side three
Base of top piece is cracked from from teh front tothe right side/ areas of attachment to rings show signs of fracture in the finish; adhesive residue and grime on rob; serious gouge on top; velet on bottom of base
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From the Collection:
147 Cubic Feet (The following series are contained in 147 cubic foot boxes: Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs; Committee on Foreign Relations; Grant Files; Photographs; Press, Media, and Speeches; Schedules; and Travel Files. Artifacts are stored in a variety of ways and number hundreds of items. Audio Files and Videos are in digital form and accessed online or on an external hard drive.)