PAGE H. BELCHER COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Boxes 1-5

Box 1: "A": General - Armed Services: Universal Military Training, Against

F 1: "A" - General, 1952.

Correspondents include Edward F. Arn and Robert Ramspeck.

F 2: Agriculture Department - Departmental, 1951-1952.

Topics include price supports for grain sorghum. Correspondents include United States Production and Marketing Administration.

F 3: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951-1952. Agricultural Appropriations Bill for 1953: General.

Correspondents include Byron G. Rogers, William S. Hill, John E. Chenowith, Wayne N. Aspinall, and A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 3B: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951-1952. Agricultural Appropriations Bill for 1953 (H. R. 7314).

Correspondents include Wirt Franklin and John Jarman.

F 3C: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951-1952. Agricultural Appropriations Bill for 1953 (H. R. 7314).

F 4A: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951. Beef Price Roll-back.

Topics include price regulation and Defense Production Act. Correspondents include Office of Price Stabilization.

F 4B: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951. Beef Price Roll-back.

Topics include price regulation, cattle prices, and Defense Production Act of 1950.Correspondents include Clifford R. Hope (speech), Page Belcher (statement), A. S. Mike Monroney (statement), Robert S. Kerr (statement), Harold Cooley (speech), Charles F. Brannan (statement), Phillip C. Ferguson (statement), and the United States House Committee on Agriculture.

F 5A-5B: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951-1952. Cotton.

Topics include cotton prices. Correspondents include Thomas G. Abernethy, the United States House Committee on Agriculture (press release), Burnet R. Maybank, and Robert S. Kerr.

F 6: Agriculture Department - Departmental, 1952-1953. Drought Disaster Relief Program, re Oklahoma.

Topics include Drought Emergency Hay Program. Correspondents include Charles F. Brannan and the United States Department of Agriculture (statement).

F 7: Agriculture Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. Farmers Home Administration.

Topics include disaster loans in Oklahoma.

F 8: Agriculture Department - Departmental, 1950-1951. American Farm Bureau Federation.

Topics include inflation (finance). Correspondents include the American Farm Bureau Federation (pamphlet).

F 9: Agriculture Department - Departmental, 1951. Family Farm Policy Report.

Topics include Family Farm Policy Review. Correspondents include United States Department of Agriculture (reports).

F 10A: Agriculture Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. Farm Credit Administration: Farm Credit Act of 1952.

Topics include Farm Credit Act of 1952 and Farm Credit Act of 1937.

F 10B: Agriculture Department - Departmental, 1951. Farm Credit Administration: Materials on F. C. A. for Use in Appearance before House Committee on Agriculture, June 12, 1951.

Correspondents include United States Farm Credit Administration and the United States Dept. of Agriculture (reports).

F 11A: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951. Farm Prices and Price Controls.

Topics include price regulation. Correspondents include Charles F. Brannan, Harold D. Cooley (speech), and the American Farm Bureau Federation.

F 11B: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951. Farm Prices and Price Controls.

Topics include agricultural prices. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Agricultural Economics (reports).

F 12: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951. Fertilizer, Sulphur, and Farm Machinery.

Topics include agricultural machinery industry, fertilizer industry, and steel allocations. Correspondents include the United States House Committee on Agriculture and the United States Product Marketing Administration.

F 13: Agriculture - Legislative, 1952. Fisher Grain Company.

Topics include the Fisher Grain Company of Oklahoma and grain storage. Correspondents include Charles F. Brannan.

F 14: Agriculture - Legislative, 1952. Foot and Mouth Disease Laboratory.

Correspondents include United States Dept. of Agriculture (press release).

F 15: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951-1952. Government Supports.

Topics include agricultural price supports law and legislation and grain.

F 16: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951. Grain Sorghum Parity.

Correspondents include Ross Rizley, George H. Mahon, Clifford R. Hope, and the Oklahoma Legislature (resolution).

F 17: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951. Migratory Farm Labor.

Topics include Mexican alien labor and migrant labor. Correspondents include Allan O. Hunter, James G. Polk, and Eugene J. McCarthy.

F 18: Agriculture Department - Departmental, 1951. Miscellaneous.

Topics include disaster loans. Correspondents include Charles F. Brannan.

F 19: Agriculture - General, 1951. Oklahoma Agriculture.

F 20: Agriculture - Legislative, 1950-1952. Oklahoma Farm Bureau.

Topics include Cheyenne Indians, Arapaho Indians, Arkansas-White-Red River Basins, and Fort Reno Military Reservation. Correspondents include Oklahoma Farm Bureau.

F 21: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951-1952. Oklahoma Farmers Union.

F 22: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951-1952. Other Farm Organizations: Agricultural Appropriations, Price Controls, Taxes on Co-operatives, and One Hundred Percent Parity.

Correspondents include Oklahoma State Board of Agriculture and the United States Production and Marketing Administration.

F 23: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951. Peanut Marketing.

Topics include peanuts law and legislation and Peanut Marketing Quota Bill. Correspondents include United States House Committee on Agriculture (press releases).

F 24-25: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951-1952. Potato Shortage, Elimination of Price Controls and Elimination of Price Controls on Other Agricultural Products.

Topics include dairying, milk industry, Defense Production Act, and Defense Production Act Amendments of 1952. Correspondents include Harold D. Cooley (press release).

F 26: Agriculture Department - Departmental, 1949, 1951-1952. Reorganization of the Department.

Correspondents include Charles F. Brannan (statements).

F 27: Agriculture - Legislative: Rules and Sub-committees of the House Committee on Agriculture.

Correspondents include Harold D. Cooley.

F 28: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951. Rural Manpower.

Topics include migrant agricultural workers, rural manpower policy, and military exemption.

F 29: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951. Sugar Act Extension.

F 30: Agriculture Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. Soil Conservation Service: Grady County, Wind Erosion, et al.

Correspondents include Robert S. Kerr and A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 31: Agriculture - Legislative, 1950-1951. Soil Conservation Service: Woodward Nursery.

F 32: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951. Trips by the Committee.

F 33: Agriculture - Legislative, 1952. Wholesale Terminal Markets.

Topics include wholesale trade.

F 34: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951. Bills. Miscellaneous.

Topics include United States Dept. of Agriculture, peanuts law and legislation, storage of farm produce, control of forest fires, and Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 Amendments.

F 35: Agriculture - Legislative, 1952. Extension Service at OSU.

F 36: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951-1952. Correspondence: General.

F 37: Agriculture - Legislative, 1951-1952. Correspondence: Legislative.

Topics include mines and mineral resources (press release).

F 38: Agriculture - Legislative, 1949-1952. Legislative Digests of House Committee on Agriculture.

Correspondents include United States House Committee on Agriculture (legislative digests).

F 39: American Legion/Veterans of Foreign Wars/Disabled American Veterans - General, 1951-1952.

F 40: Appropriations - Legislative, 1951-1952. Miscellaneous.

F 41: Appropriations - Legislation, 1952. Southwestern Power Administration Continuing Fund.

F 42: Armed Services - Legislative, 1950-1952.

Topics include United States Armed Forces procurement and headstones. Correspondents include Frederic R. Coudert, F. Edward Hebert, and Olin E. Teague.

F 43: Armed Services - Legislative, 1951-1952. Universal Military Training: Pro.

F 44: Armed Services - Legislative, 1951-1952. Universal Military Training: Pro, from Veterans Organizations.

F 45: Armed Services - Legislative, 1951. Universal Military Training: Against.

Correspondents include Graham A. Barden.

Box 2: Armed Services: Universal Military Training, Against - Defense Production Administration

F 1A-1D: Armed Services - Legislative, 1952. Universal Military Training: Against: A - Z.

Correspondents include Eugene S. Briggs(Folder 1A), Homer Duffy (Folder 1A), Finis Crutchfield (Folder 1A), and James G. Patton (Folder 1C).

F 2: Armed Services - Legislative, 1951. Eighteen-Year-Old Draft.

Correspondents include Alexander P. DeSeversky.

F 3: Armed Services - Legislative, 1951. Joint Chiefs of Staff Representation for the Marine Corps.

Correspondents include Donald L. Jackson.

F 4: Armed Services - Legislative, 1951. Reservists.

F 5: Armed Services - Legislative, 1951. Armed Forces Reserve Act (H. R. 5426).

F 6: Armed Services - Legislative, 1951. Deferment of College Students.

Correspondents include Oliver S. Willham.

F 7: Armed Services - Legislative, 1952. National Security Training Corps Act (H. R. 5904).

F 8: Atomic Energy Commission - Departmental, 1952.

Topics include location of nuclear energy.

F 9A-9B: "B" -- General, 1950-1952.

Correspondents include Hale Boggs, Lyle H. Boren, Earl Warren, Carter Bradley, Tom Brett, and Percy Buchanan.

F 10: Banking and Currency - Legislative, 1951-1952.

Correspondents include Brent Spence and Albert M. Rains.

F 11A-11B: "C" - General, 1951-1952.

Topics include civil defense and tax-exempt organizations. Correspondents include Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America (Folder 11A - newsletter) and Edward E. Cox (Folder 11B).

F 12: Civil Defense - Legislative, 1951-1952.

Topics include establishment of the National Organization for Civil Defense.

F 13: Civil Defense - Departmental, 1951. Forty-Fifth Division.

F 14A-14B: Civil Defense - Departmental, 1951-1952. Oklahoma.

Topics include Eighth Congressional District of Oklahoma and Civil Defense Plan for Oklahoma. Correspondents include Oklahoma Office of Civil Defense (newsletters) and Federal Civil Defense Administration (newsletters).

F 15: Civil Defense - Departmental, 1952. Federal.

Correspondents include Federal Civil Defense Administration (printed material).

F 16: Civil Service - Legislative, 1951-1952. Proposed benefits.

Topics include Civil Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930.

F 17A: Civil Service Commission - Departmental, 1951-1952.

Topics include constituent cases.

F 17B: Civil Service Commission - Departmental, 1949-1950, 1952.

Topics include civil service positions.

F 18: Commerce Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. International Trade, National Production Authority, and Enid Safeway.

F 19: Commerce Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. Bureau of the Census.

F 20: Commerce Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. Civil Aeronautics Administration.

Topics include 1953 Federal-Aid Airport Program.

F 21: Commerce Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. National Production Authority: Cases.

F 22: Commerce Department - Departmental, 1934, 1951-1952. Patent Office: Cases.

Topics include patent extensions.

F 23: Commerce Department - Departmental, 1952. Weather Bureau.

Topics include tornado warning systems.

F 24A-24E: Controls - Legislative, 1951-1952. Defense Production Act: Price Controls. Correspondence: A - Z.

Topics include rent control. Correspondents include Frank Buttram (Folder 24B), John Phillips (Folder 24D - speech), and Jesse P. Wolcott (Folder 24E - statement).

F 24F: Controls - Legislative, 1951-1952. Defense Production Act: Price Controls. Statements.

Topics include rent control. Correspondents include Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America (newsletter).

F 25: Council of Economic Advisors - Departmental, 1952.

Topics include economic indicators.

F 26: "D" - General, 1951-1952. Air Force Reserve, Presidential Powers, Labor, F.B.I., Foreign Policy in Red China and Korea, Government Powers, and Page Belcher Questionnaires.

Correspondents include Angie Debo.

F 27: Defense Department - Departmental, 1951 - 1952. Military Spending and Contracts.

Topics include United States Armed Forces recruiting, enlistment, etc. Correspondents include United States Dept. of Defense (reports and press releases).

F 28A: Defense Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. Air Force.

F 28B: Defense Department - Departmental, 1952. Air Force.

Topics include constituent cases.

F 29A: Defense Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. Army: Forty-Fifth Division.

Correspondents include United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs (report).

F 29B: Defense Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. Army.

Topics include constituent cases.

F 30: Defense Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. Army -- Corps of Engineers.

Topics include Tuttle Creek (Kansas) projects and Great Salt Plains Lake projects.

F 31: Defense Department - Departmental, 1951-1953. Army -- Fort Sill: Proposed Expansion.

F 32: Defense Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. Marine Corps.

Topics include constituent cases.

F 33A: Defense Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. Navy.

Topics include United States Navy procurement and McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot (Ok).

F 33B: Defense Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. Navy.

Topics include constituent cases.

F 34: Defense Housing and Community Facilities and Services Act of 1951 (P.L. 139) - General, 1951.

F 35: Defense Production Administration - Departmental, 1951-1952.

Topics include Defense Production Act of 1950.

F 36: Defense Production Administration - Departmental, 1951-1952.

Topics include Consumers Credit Cooperative Nitrogen Plant at Lawrence (Kansas).

Box 3: Displaced Persons Commission - Justice Department: Immigration and Naturalization Service

F 1: Displaced Persons Commission - Departmental, 1951.

Topics include constituent cases.

F 2: District of Columbia - Legislative, 1952.

Topics include optometry law and legislation in Washington (D.C.).

F 3: "E" - General, 1951-1952.

Topics include educational broadcasting and inflation (finance).

F 4: Education and Labor - Legislative, 1951-1952. Federal Aid to Schools and Colleges, Mine Safety, and Nursing.

Topics include public libraries and Library Services Act. Correspondents include Wingate H. Lucas and Graham A. Barden.

F 5: Education and Labor - Legislative, 1951. Distributive Education: George-Borden Act.

Topics include vocational education.

F 6: Education and Labor - Legislative, 1952. Library Services Bill.

Topics include Library Services Act.

F 7: Education and Labor - Legislative, 1952. Taft-Hartley Law.

F 8: Executive Department Expenditures - General, 1951-1952.

Topics include Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946, Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1952 and Natural Gas Act. Correspondents include John L. McClellan (speech).

F 9: "F" - General, 1951-1952.

Topics include Equal Rights Amendment.

F 10: Fair Employment Practices Commission - Departmental, 1952.

Topics include employment of Afro-Americans in Tulsa (OK).

F 11: Federal Communications Commission - Departmental, 1952.

Topics include television in education in Oklahoma.

F 12: Federal Housing Administration - Departmental, 1952.

Topics include loans.

F 13: Federal Security Agency - Departmental, 1951-1952. Office of Education, Public Health Service, and Social Security.

Topics include school buildings and Social Security Act Amendments of 1950.

F 14: Federal Trade Commission - Departmental, 1951.

Topics include orthodontics.

F 15A: Foreign Affairs - Legislative, 1951

Topics include Atlantic Union, Mutual Security Act, and Wheat for India Bill. Correspondents include George Meader and John V. Beamer.

F 15B: Foreign Affairs - Legislative, 1951-1952.

Topics include Mutual Security Act of 1951.

F 16: Foreign Relations - Legislative, 1951-1952. Appointment of Ambassador to the Vatican.

F 17: 4-H Club - General, 1951-1952. Oklahoma.

F 18: Future Farmers of America - General, 1950-1952.

Topics include Oklahoma Future Farmers of America.

F 19: "G" - General, 1950-1952.

Topics include General Motors Corporation.

F 20: General Accounting - Departmental, 1951.

Topics include United States General Accounting Office.

F 21: Government Printing Office - Departmental, 1951.

F 22A-22B: "H" - General, 1950-1952.

Topics include flood control, Dirksen Resolution, and Helena (OK). Correspondents include Lyle Hague.

F 23: Hi-Y Youth - General, 1952. Model Legislature.

Topics include Roy J. Turner.

F 24: Hoover Report - General, 1951-1952. Government Reorganization.

Topics include United States Dept. of Agriculture reorganization, United States Veterans Administration reorganization, Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1952, Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1952, and Reorganization Plan No. 4 of 1952. Correspondents include Citizens Committee for the Hoover Report.

F 25: House Administration - Legislative, 1951. Telephone and Telegraph Service for House Members.

F 26: "I" - General, 1951-1952.

Correspondents include Sean McBride (Foreign Minister of Ireland, speech).

F 27: Interior and Insular Affairs - Legislative, 1952.

Topics include wildlife conservation.

F 28: Interior and Insular Affairs - Legislative, 1951-1952. Public Lands Subcommittee.

Topics include water pollution, water rights, St. Lawrence Seaway, and Central Arizona Projects. Correspondents include John Phillips, Norris Poulson, Edwin E. Willis, and Burton K. Wheeler.

F 29: Interior and Insular Affairs - Legislative, 1951-1952. Public Works.

Topics include flood control and Central Arizona Project. Correspondents include Norris Poulson, Edwin E. Willis, and Burton K. Wheeler.

F 30: Interior Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Mines, Bureau of Reclamation.

Topics include Central Valley Project (Calif.), Chilocco Indian School, synthetic fuels, natural gas, petroleum in submerged lands, Central Valley (Calif.: Valley), and Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge (Oklahoma).

F 31: Interior Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. Bureau of Land Management.

Topics include Kerr-McGee Oil Company, oil and gas leases, and land grants.

F 32A: Interior Department - Departmental, 1951. Bureau of Indian Affairs: General Matters and Individual Cases.

Correspondents include Frank T. Bow (speech).

F 32B: Interior Department - Departmental, 1952. Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Topics include Army-Navy Medical Services Corps Act of 1947 and Johnson-O'Malley Act.

F 32C: Interior Department - Departmental, 1952. Bureau of Indian Affairs: Governors' Interstate Indian Council.

Correspondents include Governors' Interstate Indian Council (testimony and newsletter).

F 32D: Interior Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. Bureau of Indian Affairs: Five Civilized Tribes.

Correspondents include Johnston Murray, governor of the Choctaw Nation, governor of the Chickasaw Nation, and United States Bureau of Indian Affairs Muskogee Area Office.

F 32E: Interior Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. Bureau of Indian Affairs: Kaw-Osage.

F 32F: Interior Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. Bureau of Indian Affairs: Navajo-Yakima.

Topics include Indians of North America fishing and Navajo and Hopi Indian Reservations.

F 33: Interior Department - Departmental, 1951. Bureau of Indian Affairs: Ponca Tribal Business Council.

Topics include Indians of North America land tenure and Indians of North America mineral resources.

F 34A: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Legislative, 1951-1952. General.

Topics include tuna fisheries law and legislation.

F 34B: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Legislative, 1951-1952. Aid to Nursing and National Health Insurance.

Topics include federal aid to nursing education. Correspondents include Francis Bolton (statements).

F 34C: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Legislative, 1951-1952. Humphrey-Durham Bill: Prescription Drugs.

Topics include Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.

F 34D: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Legislative, 1951-1952. Oil and Gas.

Topics include Natural Gas Act and Interstate Oil Compact. Correspondents include Interstate Oil Compact Commission (printed material).

F 34E: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Legislative, 1951-1952. Railroad Matters.

F 35: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Legislative, 1951. Railroad Retirement Law.

Topics include Railroad Retirement Act Amendments and Railroad Retirement Tax Act.

F 36A: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Legislative, 1951. Advertisement of Alcoholic Beverages: Opposition Correspondence.

F 36B: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Legislative, 1951. Advertisement of Alcoholic Beverages: Opposition Petitions.

F 37A: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Legislative, 1951-1952. Fair Trade Act: Against.

Topics include Federal Trade Commission Act.

F 37B: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Legislative, 1951-1952. Fair Trade Act: In Favor.

Topics include McGuire Bill.

F 38: "J" - General, 1951-1952.

Topics include economic assistance and inflation (finance).

F 39: Judiciary - Legislative, 1951-1952. General.

Topics include unfair competition, domicile in taxation, United States Incentive Contributions Award Board, and Federal Construction Contracts Act. Correspondents include W. R. Poage.

F 40: Judiciary - Legislative, 1951-1952. Equal Rights for Women.

Correspondents include National Woman's Party (newsletters).

F 41: Judiciary - Legislative, 1952. Immigration.

Topics include migration of Jews and McCarran-Walter Immigration and Nationality Act.

F 42: Justice Department - Departmental, 1952. Claims Against the Government.

F 43: Justice Department - Departmental, 1951-1952. Immigration and Naturalization Service: Individual Cases.

Box 4: "K": General - State Department

F 1: "K" - General, 1951-1952.

Topics include medical care and Defense Production Act. Correspondents include TV-Radio Review Board.

F 2: Kiwanis - General, 1951-1952. Resolutions.

F 3: "L" - General, 1951-1952.

Topics include United Nations, Missouri River, Indians of North America health and hygiene, international relations, communism, veterans, and labor unions.

F 4: Labor - Legislative, 1951-1952.

Topics include strikes and lockouts, United States Wage Stabilization Board, Taft-Hartley Act, and National Labor Relations Act.

F 5: Labor - Legislative, 1952. Mine Safety.

Topics include antitrust law, labor unions, and coal mines and mining accidents.

F 6: Labor Unions - General, 1952. New York and Oklahoma.

Topics include collective labor agreements for railroads. Correspondents include Oil Workers International Union - C.I.O. (booklet) and New York State Federation of Labor (booklet).

F 7: Lewis, Fulton, Poll - General, 1951.

F 8: Library of Congress - General, 1951-1952.

Topics include taxation of associations, institutions, etc., public welfare law and legislation, New Deal 1933-1939, legislative histories, and relief legislation of the Hoover administration.

F 9: "M" - General, 1951-1952.

Topics include taxation, public welfare in Oklahoma, and flood control. Correspondents include George H. Mahon, Thomas E. Martin, George Miskovsky, Toby Morris, and James E. Van Zandt.

F 10: "Mc" - General, 1951-1952.

Topics include United States Rural Electrification Administration, United Nations, taxation, and government spending policy.

F 11: Merchant Marine and Fisheries - Legislative, 1952.

Topics include construction industry employees in Panama and waterfowl.

F 12: "N" - General, 1951-1952.

Correspondents include Harold C. Hagen (speech), National Association of Home Builders, and National Rifle Association.

F 13: National Archives - General, 1951-1952.

Topics include land grants.

F 14: Narcotics - Legislative, 1951.

Topics include narcotics and crime, narcotics and youth, and narcotic laws.

F 15: "O" - General, 1951-1952.

Topics include veterans. Correspondents include Toby Morris and Oklahoma Retail Grocers Association (resolutions).

F 16: Office of Price Stabilization - Departmental, 1951-1952.

Topics include price regulation. Correspondents include United States Office of Price Stabilization (press releases) and United States Economic Stabilization Agency.

F 17: Office of Price Stabilization - Departmental, 1951-1952. H. A. Miller and Complaints about O.P.S.

Topics include wage-price policy. Correspondents include H. A. Miller and United States Wage Stabilization Board.

F 18: Office of Rent Stabilization - Departmental, 1951-1952. Reports.

Topics include Housing and Rent Act of 1947 and Rent Control Law. Correspondents include United States Office of Rent Stabilization (reports).

F 19: Oklahoma Medical Association - General, 1951-1952.

Topics include medical education in Oklahoma and Physician Draft Law and Military Service.

F 20: Oklahoma State Legislature Bills - Legislative, 1951.

F 21: "P" - General, 1951-1952.

Topics include Dean Acheson and Central Airlines (Oklahoma City, Okla.)

F 22: Petroleum Administration for Defense - Departmental, 1952.

Topics include oil well logging.

F 23: Post Office - Departmental, 1951-1952. Individual Requests.

Correspondents include William Langer (speech).

F 24A: Post Office - Legislative, 1951-1952. Service and Other General Matters.

Topics include air mail service and local service air lines.

F 24B: Post Office - Legislative, 1951-1952. Salaries and Annuities.

Correspondents include United National Association of Post Office Clerks (U.S.) (newsletters) and National Association of Letter Carriers (flyer).

F 24C: Post Office - Legislative, 1951-1952. Rate Increases.

Topics include postal service rates.

F 24D: Post Office - Legislative, 1951-1952. Rate Increase for Parcel Post.

Topics include postal service rates.

F 25: Public Health - Departmental, 1951-1952. Individual Cases.

F 26: "Q" - General, 1952. Correspondence.

F 27: Questionnaire for 1952 - General. A - E.

Topics include Chiang Kai-shek, United Nations, international relations, taxation, wage-price policy, and Truman administration investigations.

F 28: Questionnaire for 1952 - General. F - L.

Topics include taxation, wage-price policy, international relations, Korean War 1950-1953, Alaska, Hawaii, and Truman administration investigations.

F 29: Questionnaire for 1952 - General. M - P.

Topics include international relations, taxation, wage-price policy, Korean War 1950-1953, Alaska, Hawaii, and Truman administration investigations.

F 30: Questionnaire for 1952 - General. R - W.

Topics include international relations, taxation, wage-price policy, Korean War 1950-1953, Alaska, Hawaii, Truman administration investigations.

F 31A-31B: "R" - General, 1951-1952.

Topics include Douglas MacArthur, United Nations, United States Supreme Court, wage-price policy, political refugees, and government spending policy. Correspondents include Oscar Rose (Folder 31B).

F 32: Railroad Retirement Board - Departmental, 1951-1952. Individual Cases.

F 33A: Redistricting - Legislative, 1951.

Topics include election districts in Oklahoma. Correspondents include George B. Schwabe, Milton C. Garber, and the Oklahoma Legislature.

F 33B: Redistricting - Legislative, 1952.

Topics include election districts in Oklahoma.

F 33C: Redistricting - Legislative, 1951-1952. Statements and Data.

Topics include election districts in United States and election districts in Oklahoma.

F 33D: Redistricting - Legislative, 1951-1952. Clippings.

F 33E: Redistricting - Legislative, 1951-1952. Maps.

Topics include election districts in Oklahoma.

F 34: Republican National Committee - General, 1951-1952.

Topics include Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ), Republican National Committee (U.S.), elections, and agricultural policy. Correspondents include Page Belcher (speech) and Clifford R. Hope.

F 35: Republicans - State Committee General, 1950-1952.

Topics include Republican Party (OK) State Central Committee and election districts in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Milton C. Garber.

F 36: Republicans - General, 1952. Kingsport, Tennessee, Young Republicans Club.

F 37: Rules - Legislative, 1952. Investigation of Wage Stabilization Board: Allen Bill.

Topics include Defense Production Act.

F 38: Rules - Legislative, 1952. Colmer Bill to set up Joint Committee on the Budget.

Topics include Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946.

F 39: Rural Electrification - Departmental, 1951. Harper County Rural Telephone Cooperative.

F 40A-40B: "S" - General, 1929, 1951-1952.

Topics include Joseph McCarthy and U.S. Southern Great Plains Field Station in Woodward (OK). Correspondents include Page Belcher (speech) and William G. Stigler.

F 41: St. Lawrence Seaway - Legislative, 1952.

F 42: Selective Service - Departmental, 1951-1952.

Correspondents include United States House Committee on Armed Services (report).

F 43: Small Business - Legislative, 1951-1952. Reports.

Topics include Defense Production Bill. Correspondents include United States House Select Committee on Small Business.

F 44: Small Defense Plants Administration - Departmental, 1951-1952.

F 45: Social Security - Departmental, 1952.

F 46: Southern States Industrial Council - General, 1952.

F 47A-47B: State Department - Departmental, 1951-1952.

Topics include American Peoples Peace Congress. Correspondents include United States Dept. of State (memoranda) and United States Displaced Persons Commission.

Box 5: Steel Dispute - United Nations

F 1A-1C: Steel Dispute - General, 1952. A - Y.

Topics include strikes and lockouts in the steel industry in the United States. Correspondents include Page Belcher (Folder 1A - press release), A. S. Mike Monroney (Folder 1B) and Harry R. Sheppard (Folder 1B).

F 1D: Steel Dispute - General, 1952. Petitions and Statements.

Topics include strikes and lockouts in the steel industry in the United States. Correspondents include Clare E. Hoffman (speech) and Richard M. Nixon.

F 2: "T" - General, 1951-1952.

Topics include Truman administration and the Equal Rights Amendment. Correspondents include Roy J. Turner and the National Wildlife Federation (newsletter).

F 3: Thank-You Notes - Baby and Cook Books -- General, 1951.

F 4: Tidelands Oil - Legislative, 1952.

Topics include petroleum in submerged lands. Correspondents include Lister Hill (speech).

F 5: Townsend Plan - Legislative, 1951-1952. National Old Age Insurance Plan.

Correspondents include John A. Lewis (pamphlet).

F 6: Treasury - Departmental, 1951-1952.

Topics include Oklahoma Alcohol Tax.

F 7: Treasury - Departmental, 1951-1952. Bureau of Internal Revenue.

F 8: Treasury - Departmental, 1952. Bureau of Internal Revenue: Reorganization.

Topics include Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1952.

F 9: "U" - General, 1951-1952.

Topics include Alaska statehood and Hawaii statehood.

F 10: Un-American Activities - Legislative, 1951.

Correspondents include Wirt Franklin.

F 11: United Nations - Legislative, 1952.

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