DEWEY F. BARTLETT COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 63

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F 1: Enid Office Files, Beckham County, Blaine County, Canadian County, and Cimarron County, 1969, 1974 - 1976, 1978.

Topics include Chicago Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Company (1948- ), the United States Army Corps of Engineers, the United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, the United States Federal Highway Administration, Arapaho Indians in Oklahoma, cable television in Oklahoma, Cheyenne Indians in Oklahoma, federal aid to transportation in Oklahoma, federal aid to water resources development in Oklahoma, flood control in Oklahoma, and the Oklahoma Highway Advertising Control Act of 1972. Correspondents include Henry Bellmon, Glenn Lee English, the Oklahoma Dept. of Highways, Oklahoma Industrial Development and Park Dept, the United States Economic Development Administration, the United States Farmers Home Administration, and Lynn Thornhill.

F 2: Enid Office Files, Cattle Programs, 1974 - 1975.

Topics include Richard M. Nixon, the United States Dept. of Agriculture, agricultural credit, the cattle trade in Oklahoma, and the Meat Import Act of 1964. Correspondents include David Hall and the Oklahoma Office of the Governor.

F 3: Enid Office Files, Custer County, 1973, 1975.

Topics include Henry Kissinger, the United States Dept. of Agriculture, and the United States Soil Conservation Service. Correspondents include the United States Dept. of the Air Force.

F 4: Enid Office Files, Ellis County, 1972.

Topics include flight service stations in Oklahoma. Correspondents include the United States Dept. of Transportation.

F 5: Enid Office Files, Emergency Fuel, 1973 - 1974.

Topics include Central State University (Okla.) Bureau of Local Governmental Services, the United States Dept. of the Interior Office of Oil and Gas, the United States Federal Energy Office, fuel trade law and legislation in the United States, power resources in the United States, propane in Oklahoma, energy crisis in the United States, and the Mandatory Fuel Allocation Bill. Correspondents include Henry Bellmon, the Oklahoma Energy Advisory Council, and the Mangum Oil and Gas Company.

F 6: Enid Office Files, Garfield County, Grant County, Greer County, Harper County, and Johnston County, 1972 - 1976.

Topics include John N. Happy Camp, Richard M. Nixon, the United States Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, electioneering in Oklahoma, federal aid to community development in Oklahoma, hospitals in Thomas (Okla.), interstate land sales in the United States, rural health services in Oklahoma, national self-determination in Oklahoma, social security law and legislation in the United States, student aid in Oklahoma, rural water-supply, Service Gas Company, the Economic Stabilization Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, and the Occupational Safety and Health Act. Correspondents include Henry Bellmon, Victor E. Wickersham, the Oklahoma Dept. of Institutions Social and Rehabilitative Services, Raleigh Industries, Ltd., the United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, the United States Dept. of Labor, the United States Farmers Home Administration, the United States Soil Conservation Service, Camp Quaker Haven (Enid, Okla.), and the North Oklahoma Development Association.

F 7: Enid Office Files, Health Systems Agency, 1975 - 1976.

Topics include the Oklahoma Health Systems Agency, the United States Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, economic development in Oklahoma, health planning in Oklahoma, Sooner Health Congress, and the National Health Planning and Resources Development Act. Correspondents include the Oklahoma Office of the Governor and the Ad Hoc Health Systems Agency Task Force.

F 8: Enid Office Files, Kay County, 1973 - 1978.

Topics include the United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, dwellings for the aged in Ponca City (Okla.), airports in Ponca City (Okla.), mental health in Oklahoma, Kaw Lake (Okla.), the Community Development and Housing Act of 1974, Ponca City Hi-Rise Housing for the Elderly Project, and the Ponca Tribal Management Program. Correspondents include Amtrak, the United States Army Corps of Engineers in the Tulsa District, the United States Economic Development Administration, and the United States Federal Aviation Administration.

F 9: Enid Office Files, Kingfisher County and Logan County, 1972 - 1974.

Topics include discrimination in housing, the postal service in Oklahoma, and vocational training centers in Oklahoma. Correspondents include the Job Corps (Guthrie, Okla.) and the United States Dept. of Labor and Manpower Administration.

F 10: Enid Office Files, Major County, 1974 - 1975.

Topics include Glenn Lee English, the United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, economic development in Oklahoma, housing in Fairview (Okla.), Hoyle Creek (Okla.), and the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969. Correspondents include the United States Soil Conservation Service.

F 11: Enid Office Files, Miscellaneous, 1973, 1976 - 1977.

Topics include the American Institute for Economic Research, the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, taxation law and legislation in the United States, workers' compensation, and American Institute Counselors. Correspondents include Pete Domenici, Jay S. Hammond, the Alaska Dept. of Commerce and Economic Development, the Oklahoma Civil Liberties Union, the United States Dept. of Labor, the United States Federal Trade Commission, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, and William H. Hall.

F 12: Enid Office Files, Oklahoma, Roger Mills County, Texas County, Washita County, Woods County, and Woodward County, 1973 - 1978.

Topics include the Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association, the United States Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, the beef industry in Oklahoma, the cattle trade in Oklahoma, conservation of natural resources in Oklahoma, medical care, mentally handicapped in Oklahoma, water treatment plants at Cheyenne (Okla.), Foss Reservoir (Okla.), and the Washita National Wildlife Refuge (Okla.). Correspondents include Henry Bellmon, Lloyd Rader, the Oklahoma Dept. of Institutions Social and Rehabilitative Services, the United States Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, the United States Farmers Home Administration, Ed Berrong, the Midwestern Oklahoma Development Authority, and the United States Southern Great Plains Field Station.

F 13: Enid Office Files, Soil Conservation Service, 1974 - 1975.

Topics include the Great Plains Conservation Program, flood control in Oklahoma, Black Bear Creek (Okla.), and the Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Act. Correspondents include the United States Soil Conservation Service.

F 14: Enid Office, Veterans Administration, 1973, 1977 - 1978.

Topics include United States Veterans. Correspondents include Spencer Bernard, the United States Veterans Administration, Jim Boren, John A. Rutledge, and Jerry Steward.

F 15: Clippings, Abortion, 1973 - 1975, 1978.

Topics include Harry A. Blackmun, David Hall, Francis Anthony Keating, the United States Supreme Court, abortion law and legislation in the United States, and Bill Willis.

F 16: Clippings, Agnew, Spiro, 1973.

Topics include Spiro T. Agnew, Carl Albert, John N. Happy Camp, Gerald R. Ford, David Hall, George Nigh, and United States politics and government.

F 17: Clippings, Agriculture, 1973 - 1975, 1977 - 1978.

Topics include Carl Albert, Henry Bellmon, Glenn Lee English, Gerald R. Ford, Richard M. Nixon, Gene Stipe, agricultural credit in Oklahoma, agriculture in Oklahoma, the beef industry in Oklahoma, cattle breeders in Oklahoma, and the fertilizer industry in United States.

F 18: Clippings, Albert, Carl, 1973 - 1977.

Topics include Spiro T. Agnew, Carl Albert, Henry Bellmon, Gerald R. Ford, Clem Rogers McSpadden, Richard M. Nixon, Tip O'Neill, electioneering in the United States, political corruption in the United States, and Clarence Warner.

F 19: Clippings, American Indian Movement, 1972 - 1973.

Topics include Henry Bellmon, David Hall, James R. Jones, the American Indian Movement, the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, Oglala Indians, national self-determination in the United States, and Wounded Knee (S.D.).

F 20: Clippings, Angola, 1975 - 1976.

Topics include P. W. Botha, communism in Angola, and Vietnam.

F 21: Clippings, Bellmon, Henry, 1973 - 1976.

Topics include Spiro T. Agnew, William P. Atkinson, Howard Henry Baker, Henry Bellmon, David Boren, Jimmy Carter, John Bowden Connally, Larry Derryberry, J. Howard Edmondson, David Hall, James R. Jones, A. S. Mike Monroney, Richard M. Nixon, Ted M. Risenhoover, the Arkansas Basin Development Association, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, electioneering in Oklahoma, political corruption in the United States, the Watergate Affair, Earl Goerke, the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act, the Federal Highway Act, and the Panama Canal Treaty.

F 22: Clippings, Boren, David, 1973 - 1975, 1977 - 1978.

Topics include David Boren, David Hall, Clem Rogers McSpadden, Lloyd Rader, Thomas Jefferson Steed, electioneering in Oklahoma, Gene Howard, and Leo Winters.

F 23: Clippings, Budget, 1973 - 1975.

Topics include Gerald R. Ford, Richard M. Nixon, William E. Simon, the United States budget, and Roy L. Ash. Correspondents include United States Senate Committee on Finance - press release.

F 24: Clippings, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1973.

Topics include James Abourezk, Marvin Franklin, William Wayne Keeler, Edward Moore Kennedy, the American Indian Movement, the National Congress of American Indians, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma, Indians of North America, and national self-determination in the United States

F 25: Clippings, Campaigns, Oklahoma, 1972, 1974, 1976 - 1978.

Topics include Spiro T. Agnew, Henry Bellmon, David Boren, Robert J. Dole, Ed Edmondson, Glenn E. Floyd, David Hall, Fred R. Harris, Robert S. Kerr Jr., George Miskovsky, Walter F. Mondale, George Nigh, Richard M. Nixon, Rodger Randle, Ronald Reagan, Thomas Jefferson Steed, Gene Stipe, campaign funds law and legislation in Oklahoma, dairying in Oklahoma, electioneering in Oklahoma, floods in Oklahoma, Bob Funston, Gene Howard, E. Z. Million, Anthony Points, Gary Richardson, and the Federal Election Campaign Act.

F 26: Clippings, Defense, 1973 - 1978.

Topics include Henry Bellmon, Jimmy Carter, Gerald R. Ford, James R. Jones, Wesley Wade Watkins, Rockwell International, United States bombers, United States women soldiers, United States foreign relations with the Soviet Union, and United States Armed Forces appropriations and expenditures. Correspondents include Alan Bible - press release and James Lane Buckley - press release.

F 27: Clippings, Democratic Party, 1973 - 1974, 1977 - 1978.

Topics include James R. Jones, Clem Rogers McSpadden, Democratic Party (Okla.), Democratic Party (U.S.), and Oklahoma politics and government.

F 28: Clippings, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1975 - 1978.

Topics include David Boren, Glenn Lee English, Lloyd Rader, Oklahoma Dept. of Institutions Social and Rehabilitative Services, the United States Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, mental care in Oklahoma, mentally handicapped housing in Oklahoma, and rural hospitals in Oklahoma.

F 29: Clippings, Derryberry, Larry, 1973 - 1974, 1978.

Topics include Larry Derryberry, David Hall, Francis Anthony Keating, Oklahoma Office of the Governor, electioneering in Oklahoma, and political corruption in Oklahoma.

F 30: Clippings, Edmondson, Ed, 1973 - 1974.

Topics include Page Belcher, Henry Bellmon, Ed Edmondson, J. Howard Edmondson, James Leland Gourley, Richard M. Nixon, Thomas Jefferson Steed, electioneering in Oklahoma, and Oklahoma politics and government.

F 31: Clippings, Education, 1975, 1977 - 1978.

Topics include Henry Bellmon, Abraham Ribicoff, the Oklahoma Education Association, the United States Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, ACT assessment, and education in Oklahoma.

F 32: Clippings, Energy, Crisis, 1973.

Topics include Henry Bellmon, David Hall, Henry Martin Jackson, the United States Atomic Energy Commission, the United States Environmental Protection Agency, coal gasification in Oklahoma, energy conservation in Oklahoma, oil industries in the United States, power resources in Oklahoma, speed limits in the United States, and Charles Nesbitt.

F 33: Clippings, English, Glenn, 1974 - 1975, 1977 - 1978.

Topics include David Boren, Jimmy Carter, Glenn Lee English, the Arkansas River Chloride Control Project, the United States Dept. of Agriculture, the United States Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, agriculture in Oklahoma, drug abuse in the United States, electioneering in Oklahoma, and United States soldiers.

F 34: Clippings, Field Offices (excluding Oklahoma City and Tulsa), 1978.

Topics include William Slater Banowsky, David Boren, Molly Shi Boren, Glenn Lee English, Gerald R. Ford, James R. Jones, Robert B. Kamm, George Nigh, Ted M. Risenhoover, John Rogers, Paula Unruh, the Northern Oklahoma Development Association, the United States Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, agriculture in Oklahoma, electioneering in Oklahoma, liquor laws in Oklahoma, Oklahoma politics and government, Tom Daxon, Ron Shotts, and the Federal Energy Act. Correspondents include Henry Bellmon.

F 35: Clippings, Flanagan, Mike, 1974 - 1976.

Topics include Carl Albert, James R. Jones, Oklahoma politics and government, and Mike Flanagan.

F 36: Clippings, Ford, Gerald, 1974 - 1976.

Topics include Carl Albert, Henry Bellmon, Gerald R. Ford, Richard M. Nixon, and United States politics and government.

F 37-40: Clippings, General, 1973 - 1978.

Topics include Carl Albert, Henry Bellmon, David Boren, John N. Happy Camp, Jimmy Carter, Larry Derryberry, Ed Edmondson, Edward King Gaylord, David Hall, Edward Moore Kennedy, Clem Rogers McSpadden, George Nigh, Ronald Reagan, Thomas Jefferson Steed, the AFL-CIO, Langston University, agriculture in Oklahoma, conservation of natural resources in Oklahoma, firearms law and legislation in the United States, oil industries in the United States, political corruption in the United States, trucking in Oklahoma, G. T. Blankenship, Bill Burkett, Gene Howard, the Northeastern Oklahoma Community Development Corporation, and the Comprehensive Employment Training Act. Correspondents include George S. McGovern.

F 41: Clippings, GOP, 1977 - 1973.

Topics include David Hall, Jim Inhofe, Republican Party (Okla.), Republican Party (U.S. : 1854-), electioneering in Oklahoma, and Clarence Warner. Correspondents include Jesse Helms - newsletter.

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