PAGE H. BELCHER COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Boxes 11-15

Go to Boxes 6-10

Box 11: Defense Department: Air Force - Griff's Construction Company

F 1A-1B: Defense Department - Departmental, 1953-1954. Air Force.

Topics include military construction in Spain, Enid Municipal Airport (OK), Woodward Army Airfield (OK), and Strategic Air Command. Correspondents include Harold E. Talbott.

F 2: Defense Department - Departmental, 1953. Air Force Academy.

F 3: Defense Department - Departmental, 1953. Armed Services Petroleum Purchasing Agent.

Topics include Vance Air Force Base (Enid, OK).

F 4: Defense Department - Departmental, 1953. Armed Services Textile Procurement Agency.

F 5A-5B: Defense Department - Departmental, 1953-1956. Army.

F 6: Defense Department - Departmental, 1953-1954. Army Reserves.

F 7: Defense Department - Departmental, 1953-1954. Army Corps of Engineers.

F 8: Defense Department - Departmental, 1953-1954. Marine Corps.

F 9A-9B: Defense Department - Departmental, 1953-1954. Navy.

Topics include naval bases in Spain.

F 10: Dietler, Ralph O. - General, 1951-1953. Jenks Post Office.

Correspondents include George B. Schwabe and Ross Rizley.

F 11: Disabled American Veterans - General, 1953-1954.

Topics include United States Veterans' Administration.

F 12: District of Columbia - Legislative, 1954.

Topics include home rule in the District of Columbia, laboratory animals, and free trade and protection.

F 13: "E" - General, 1952-1954.

Topics include public utilities and medicine and state.

F 14: Economic Stabilization Agency/Office of Price Stabilization/Wage Stabilization Board - Departmental, 1952-1953.

Topics include price controls.

F 15A: Education and Labor - Legislative, 1953-1954. Education: General.

Topics include Indians of North America education.

F 15B: Education and Labor - Legislative, 1953-1954. Labor: General.

Topics include strikes and lockouts, Davis-Bacon Act, Wage and Hour Law, and Taft-Hartley Law.

F 15C: Education and Labor - Legislative, 1954. Labor: Vocational Rehabilitation.

Topics include Vocational Rehabilitation Act. Correspondents include William A. Purtell.

F 15D: Education and Labor - Legislative, 1953-1954. Library Services Bill.

Topics include Oklahoma Library Association (resolution).

F 15E: Education and Labor - Legislative, 1953-1954. Obscene Mail and Social Security.

F 16: Education and Labor - Legislative, 1953. Oil for Education.

F 17: Education and Labor - Legislative, 1953. Compulsory Health Insurance.

F 18: Enid - General, 1953.

Topics include highway planning at Enid (OK) and Arkansas River Basin. Correspondents include Arthur L. Miller.

F 19: Enid Air Force Academy - General, 1953-1954.

F 20: Enid Board of Trade - General, 1953-1954.

Correspondents include Ezra Taft Benson.

F 21: Enid Business College - General, 1954.

F 22: Enid Chamber of Commerce - General, 1954.

Topics include price regulation and Taft-Hartley Act.

F 23: Enid North Grand Underpass - General, 1953.

Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 24: Enid Water Supply - General, 1952. Canton Dam.

Topics include water resources development.

F 25: Extension Service - General, 1953.

Topics include 4-H Club.

F 26: "F" - General, 1953-1954.

Topics include American Medical Association, World Health Organization, First National Anti-Tornado Conference, flour mills, Israel, Armed Forces Reserve Act of 1952, and Trade Agreements Act.

F 27: Failing, George E., Supply Company - General, 1952-1954.

Topics include excess profits tax. Correspondents include George E. Failing.

F 28: Federal Communications Commission - Departmental, 1952-1954.

F 29: Federal Housing Administration - Departmental, 1954.

Topics include Mortgage Bankers Association of America and Housing Act.

F 30: Federal Power Commission - Departmental, 1953-1954.

F 31: Federal Trade Commission - Departmental, 1953-1954.

F 32A-32B: Flood Control - General, 1951-1954.

Topics include A. S. Mike Monroney, Mississippi Valley Association, Missouri River, Arkansas River, Kaw River Valley, and Eufaula Reservoir (OK). Correspondents include James W. Trimble and Brooks Hays.

F 33: Flood Control - General, 1954. Arkansas Basin Development Association.

Topics include mineral content of water, Keystone Reservoir, Arkansas River, Denison Dam, and Red River (OK).

F 34: Flood Control - General, 1951-1954. Arkansas/White/Red River Basins.

Topics include minutes of the Inter-Agency Committee Meetings.

F 35: Flood Control - General, 1953. Canton Irrigation Project.

Correspondents include Johnston Murray.

F 36: Flood Control - General, 1950-1953. Chikaskia.

F 37: Flood Control - General, 1951-1953. Washita Valley.

Topics include soil conservation. Correspondents include Harold O. Lovre.

F 38: Flood Control - General, 1953-1954. Foss and Cobb Creek Projects.

Topics include Washita River (OK).

F 39: Flood Control - General, 1953-1954. Kansas-Oklahoma Caney Watershed Council of Soil Conservation Districts.

F 40: Flood Control - General, 1952-1954. Markham Ferry on Grand River.

Correspondents include Grand River Dam Authority (reports) and Chouteau Memorial Association.

F 41: Flood Control - General, 1952-1953. Missouri-Arkansas Basins Flood Control Association/Tuttle Creek Dam.

F 42: Flood Control - General, 1953. Verdigris River.

Topics include Toronto Dam.

F 43: Foreign Affairs - Legislative, 1953-1954.

Topics include Josip Broz Tito and economic assistance.

F 44: Foreign Affairs - Legislative, 1953. Charles E. Bohlen Appointment as Ambassador to U.S.S.R.

F 45: Foreign Affairs - Legislative, 1954. Genocide Convention.

Topics include Joseph McCarthy.

F 46: Foreign Operations Administration - Departmental, 1954.

Topics include mung beans and soybeans.

F 47: Franklin, Jim - General, 1953-1954. Private Relief Bill.

Topics include Jim Franklin and William Langer.

F 48: Frederick Air Force Base - General, 1954.

F 49: "G" - General, 1952-1954.

Topics include A. S. Mike Monroney, United States Central Intelligence Agency, and television law and legislation. Correspondents include Ezekiel C. Gathings, Billy Graham, and Brady Gentry.

F 50: Gallaudet College - General, 1953-1954.

F 51: General Services Administration - Departmental, 1953-1954.

Correspondents include United States Office of Public Information and Reports.

F 52: General Services Administration - Departmental, 1953. National Archives and Records Service.

F 53: General Services Administration - Public Building Services, 1953.

F 54: Government Operations - Legislative, 1953-1954. Executive Reorganization.

Topics include government business enterprises and government competition. Correspondents include Clare Eugene Hoffman.

F 55: Government Operations - Legislative, 1953. Coudert Resolution for Balanced Budget and Lower Taxes.

Topics include public expenditures. Correspondents include Frederic R. Coudert.

F 56: Government Printing Office - Departmental, 1954.

F 57: Great Salt Plains Dam and Reservoir - General, 1952.

F 58: Griff's Construction Company - General, 1952-1954.

Topics include taxation.

Box 12: "H": General - Interstate and Foreign Commerce: Trucking Industry

F 1: "H" - General, 1953-1954.

Topics include Joseph McCarthy, 4-H Club, Grand River Dam Authority, public works.

And Bricker Amendment. Correspondents include Congress of Industrial Organizations

F 2: Health, Education, and Welfare - Departmental, 1953-1954.

Topics include United States Federal Security Agency and fluoridation of water.

F 3: Health, Education, and Welfare - Departmental, 1953-1954. Office of Education.

Topics include Red Rock Schools.

F 4: Health, Education, and Welfare - Departmental, 1953-1954. Public Health Service.

Topics include the Oklahoma Osteopathic Hospital in Tulsa.

F 5A-5B: Health, Education, and Welfare - Departmental, 1952-1953. Social Security Administration.

Topics include teachers salaries, pensions, etc.

F 6: Home Builders - General, 1953-1954.

Topics include United States Veterans' Administration and Federal Housing Administration loans.

F 7: Home Loan Bank Board - Departmental, 1954.

F 8: Hoover Commission - General, 1954. First Commission on Government Reorganization.

Correspondents include Citizens Committee for the Hoover Report.

F 9: House Administration - Legislation, 1953-1954.

Topics include archives law and legislation in the United States.

F 10: Housing and Home Finance Agency - Departmental, 1953-1954.

Topics include military housing.

F 11: Housing and Home Finance Agency - Departmental, 1953-1954.

F 12: Housing and Home Finance Agency - Departmental, 1954. Federal Home Loan Bank Board.

F 13: Housing and Home Finance Agency - Departmental, 1953-1954. Public Housing Administration.

Topics include finance of public housing.

F 14: "I" - General, 1953-1954.

Topics include Independent Oil Workers Union.

F 15-16: Inauguration - General, 1952-1953. Dwight D. Eisenhower.

F 17A: Indian Affairs - General, 1954.

Topics include Indian Claims Commission. Correspondents include Floyd E. Maytubby, Five Civilized Tribes, and Ponca Indians.

F 17B: Indian Affairs - General, 1954. Health/Hospitals.

Topics include Indians of North America hospitals in Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs and Inter-tribal Council of Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma.

F 17C: Indian Affairs - General, 1954. Kaw Indians.

Topics include claims.

F 17D: Indian Affairs - General, 1954. Osage.

Topics include tribal elections. Correspondents include Osage Tribal Council.

F 18: Indian Affairs - General, 1952-1953.

Topics include United States Office of Indian Affairs and Indians of North America education law and legislation. Correspondents include Inter-tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma.

F 19: Indian Affairs - General, 1953. Anadarko Indian Agency.

Topics include land leases and tribal funds. Correspondents include Kiowa-Comanche-Apache Indians.

F 20: Indian Affairs - General, 1954. Claremore Indian Hospital.

Correspondents include Creek Tribal Council and Intertribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes.

F 21: Indian Affairs - General, 1954. Consolidation of Area Offices.

Correspondents include Harry J. W. Belvin (principal chief of the Choctaw Nation), Floyd W. Maytubby (governor of the Chickasaw Nation), Jack Brooks, Ed Edmondson, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, and A. L. Miller.

F 22: Indian Affairs - General, 1954. Hospitals.

Topics include investigation of the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs and Indian hospitals. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney and Arthur V. Watkins.

F 23: Indian Affairs - General, 1954. Osage Indians.

Correspondents include Osage Tribal Council.

F 24: Indian Affairs - General, 1953-1954. Pawnee Indian Agency.

F 25: Indochina - General, 1954.

Topics include Anglophobia.

F 26A: Interior and Insular Affairs - Legislative, 1953-1954.

Topics include Indians of North America hospitals, public lands, and school lands. Correspondents include Izaak Walton League.

F 26B: Interior and Insular Affairs - Legislative, 1953-1954. Water Projects.

Topics include water conservation, Fryingpan-Arkansas Project, Colorado River Storage Project, Echo Park Dam, and Upper Colorado Storage Bill. Correspondents include John P. Saylor.

F 27: Interior and Insular Affairs - Legislative, 1954. Puerto Rican Independence.

Topics include Puerto Rico politics and government.

F 28: Interior and Insular Affairs - Legislative, 1954. Alaskan Statehood.

Topics include Alaska politics and government. Correspondents include Edward L. Bartlett.

F 29: Interior and Insular Affairs - Legislative, 1954. Upper Colorado Project.

Topics include water conservation, Echo Park Dam, Upper Colorado River Storage Project, and Dinosaur National Monument.

F 30: Interior and Insular Affairs - Legislative, 1954. Hawaiian Statehood.

Topics include Hawaii politics and government.

F 31: Interior and Insular Affairs - Legislative, 1953. Osage Indian Tribe.

Topics include Osage Indians government relations.

F 32: Interior and Insular Affairs - Legislative, 1952-1954. Pawnee City Land Bill.

F 33: Interior and Insular Affairs - Legislative, 1952-1954. Tidelands Oil.

Topics include petroleum in submerged lands and education. Correspondents include

Lister Hill (article).

F 34A: Interior Department - Departmental, 1953-1954. Water Resources.

Topics include United States Southwestern Power Administration reorganization and water resources development. Correspondents include National Reclamation Association.

F 34B: Interior Department - Departmental, 1952-1954.

Topics include United States Federal Trade Commission, Great Plains National Wildlife Refuge, and Dwight D. Eisenhower administration.

F 35A-35B: Interior Department - Departmental, 1953-1954. Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Topics include Osage Indians, officials of the Five Civilized Tribes, Indians of North America education law and legislation, and Osage Mineral Trust.

F 36: Interior Department - Departmental, 1953-1954. Bureau of Land Management.

Topics include oil and gas leases and strip mining.

F 37: Interior Department - Departmental, 1953. Bureau of Mines.

F 38: Interior Department - Departmental, 1953. National Park Service.

F 39: International Materials Conference - General, 1952.

Correspondents include Joseph W. Martin (press release).

F 40A: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Legislative, 1952-1954. General.

Topics include Joseph McCarthy, Federal Employer's Liability Act Amendments, and Safety Appliance Acts Amendments. Correspondents include Charles A. Wolverton and United States House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

F 40B: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Legislative, 1953-1954. Health, Health Services, Hospitals.

Topics include health insurance. Correspondents include American Medical Association and United States House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

F 40C: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Legislative, 1953-1954. Tariff/Trade.

Topics include glass manufacture.

40D: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Legislative, 1953-1954. Trucking Industry.

Topics include freight and freightage. Correspondents include United States House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

Box 13: Interstate and Foreign Commerce: Motor Carrier Leases - Labor Department: Bureau of Employees' Compensation.

F 1: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Legislative, 1953. Motor Carrier Leases (H.R. 3203)

Topics include United States Interstate Commerce Commission and Interstate Commerce Act Amendment. Correspondents include Charles A. Wolverton and United States House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

F 2A-2B: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Legislative, 1953-1954. Alcoholic Beverages.

Topics include Bryson Bill, alcoholic beverage industry and Ferguson Resolution

Correspondents include United States House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

F 3: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Legislative, 1953-1954. Fluoridation of Water.

Topics include food additives and Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act Amendments. Correspondents include American Dental Association and United States House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

F 4: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Legislative, 1953. Railroad Retirement.

Topics include Railroad Retirement Act Amendment. Correspondents include United States House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

F 5: Interstate Commerce Commission - Departmental, 1953-1954.

Topics include freight and freightage.

F 6: Interstate Oil Compact Commission - General, 1954. Conservation.

Topics include petroleum conservation and petroleum refining. Correspondents include

Interstate Oil Compact Commission and Ernest O. Thompson.

F 7A-B: Invitations - General, 1953. Accepted.

Topics include testing of nuclear weapons. Correspondents include United States Congress. Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, Ezra Taft Benson, and Republican National Committee (U.S.)

F 8A-8B: Invitations - General, 1953. Regretted.

Correspondents include Watkins M. Abbitt.

F 8C-8D: Invitations - General, 1954. Regretted.

F 9: "J" - General, 1953-1954.

Topics include church history in Italy in the 20th century and Railroad Retirement Act.

Correspondents include Guy T. Hollyday.

F 10: Joint Committee on Atomic Energy - Legislative, 1954.

Topics include nuclear energy and Atomic Energy Act. Correspondents include National Rural Electric Cooperative Association and United States Rural Electrification Administration.

F 11: Joint Committee on Defense Production - Legislative, 1954.

Topics include zinc and nickel.

F 12: Joint Committee on Reduction of Non-Essential Government Expenditures - Legislative, 1953.

Correspondents include Harry F. Byrd (press release).

F 13A-13C: Judiciary - Legislative, 1953. Immigration.

Topics include emigration and immigration government policy, Watkins Bill, Reed-Dirksen Amendment, report on wire-tapping, Smith Bill, and constitutional amendments. Correspondents include United States House Committee on the Judiciary (Folder 13B and Folder 13C), Josefina Guerrero (Folder 13B), Frazier Reems (Folder 13C), Chauncey W. Reed (Folder 13C), Francis E. Walter (Folder 13C), and Association of the Bar of the City of New York (Folder 13C).

F 14: Judiciary - Legislative, 1954. Pledge of Allegiance.

Correspondents include United States House Committee on the Judiciary and Homer Ferguson.

F 15A-15B: Judiciary - Legislative, 1953. Bricker Amendment on Treaty-making Powers of the United Nations.

Correspondents include United States House Committee on the Judiciary.

F 16: Judiciary - Legislative, 1953-1954. Equal Rights Amendment.

Correspondents include United States House Committee on the Judiciary.

F 17: Judiciary - Legislative, 1953-1954. Federal Construction Contract Act.

Correspondents include Edgar A. Jonas, Hoyt P. Steele, National Electrical Manufacturers Association and United States House Committee on the Judiciary.

F 18: Judiciary - Legislative, 1953-1955. Feghali Bill/Sam Boorstin. Re Lebanese immigration.

Correspondents include Roger Feghali and United States House Committee on the Judiciary.

F 19: Judiciary - Legislative, 1949, 1951, 1953. Legal Status of Women: Equal Rights Amendment.

Correspondents include United States House Committee on the Judiciary.

F 20: Judiciary - Legislative, 1953-1954. McCarren - Walter Bill.

Topics include emigration and immigration laws. Correspondents include United States House Committee on the Judiciary.

F 21: Judiciary - Legislative, 1954. Sgt. Howard E. Quinton: Private Bill.

Correspondents include United States House Committee on the Judiciary.

F 22: Judiciary - Legislative, 1952-1954. Robinson-Patman Act.

Topics include Kefauver Bill. Correspondents include Wright Patman and United States House Committee on the Judiciary.

F 23A: Judiciary - Legislative, 1953-1954. Salary Increase for Members of Congress and Judges. Correspondence and Data.

Correspondents include American Bar Association and United States House Committee on the Judiciary.

F 23B: Judiciary - Legislative, 1953-1954. Salary increase for Members of Congress and Judges. Standing Committee on Judicial Selection, Tenure, and Compensation, American Bar Association.

Correspondents include United States House Committee on the Judiciary.

F 24: Judiciary - Legislative, 1954. United States Day.

Correspondents include United States House Committee on the Judiciary.

F 25: Justice Department - Departmental, 1951-1954. Hearing Officer and Constituent Cases.

Correspondents include Warren E. Burger.

F 26: Justice Department - Departmental, 1953-1954. Immigration and Naturalization Service.

Topics include emigration and Immigration.

F 27: Justice Department - Departmental, 1951-1953. Office of Alien Property.

F 28: "K" - General, 1953-1954.

Correspondents include National Associated Businessmen (brochure) and Rudolph Kamon (report).

F 29: Kerr, Robert S. - General, 1954.

Correspondents include Robert S. Kerr.

F 30: Keystone Dam - General, 1952-1954.

F 31: Kiwanis - General, 1952-1954.

Correspondents include Lyndon B. Johnson.

F 32: Korea - General, 1953.

Topics include Sygman Rhee and Korean War 1950-1953.

F 33: "L" - General, 1953-1954.

Topics include United States Federal Communications Commission. Correspondents include National Council for Prevention of War.

F 34-35: Labor Department - Departmental, 1950-1954.

Topics include Wage and Hour Act, Railroad Retirement Board, and Fair Labor Standards Act. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Employees' Compensation and United States Dept. of Labor (press release).

F 36: Labor Department - Departmental, 1953-1954. Bureau of Employees' Compensation.

Box 14: Labor: Davis-Bacon Act - Post Office: Ralston-Fairfax

F 1: Labor - Legislative, 1953. Davis-Bacon Act.

F 2A-2C: Labor - Legislative, 1953-1954. Taft-Hartley Act.

Topics include labor disputes, Taft-Hartley Act, National Labor Relations Act Amendments, Labor Management Relations Act, and American Federation of Musicians. Correspondents include United States House Committee on Labor and Public Works and United States House Committee on Education and Labor.

F 3: League of Women Voters (U.S.) - General, 1952-1954.

F 4: Leonard Spike - General, 1952-1953.

F 5: Library of Congress - General, 1950, 1953-1954.

Topics include Alaska and Hawaii

F 6: Lincoln Day Dinners - General, 1953. California.

Topics include Abraham Lincoln.

F 7: Lincoln Day Dinners - General, 1953. Pennsylvania.

Topics include Abraham Lincoln.

F 8: "M" - General, 1953-1954.

F 9: "Mc" - General, 1953-1954.

F 10: McCarthy, Joseph - General, 1953-1954.

Topics include Joseph McCarthy.

F 11: McRight, Kenneth - General, 1953-1954. Private Bill.

F 12: Merchant Marine and Fisheries - Legislative, 1954.

Correspondents include United States House Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee.

F 13: Metal Craftsmen, Inc. - General, 1953.

Topics include Beechcraft Industries. Correspondents include United States Small Defense Plants Administration.

F 14: Monroney, Mike - General, 1953.

Topics include United States. Central Intelligence Agency. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 15: Murray, Johnston, Governor - General, 1951-1954.

Correspondents include Johnston Murray.

F 16: Muskogee Veterans Administration Office - General, 1953.

Topics include United States Veterans Administration Loan Guaranty Division.

F 17: Mutual Security Agency - Departmental, 1953.

F 18: "N" - General, 1951, 1953-1954.

Correspondents include United States National Park Service, National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs (booklet), and National Science Foundation (U.S. - press release).

F 19: National Archives - Departmental, 1953.

F 20: National Federation of Business and Professional Women - General, 1954.

F 21: National Federation of Independent Business - General, 1954. Ballots.

F 22: National Federation of Independent Business - General, 1953. Ballots.

F 23: National Land Judging Contest - General, 1954.

F 24: National Rural Electric Cooperative Association - General, 1954.

F 25: Northwestern State College - General, 1951-1954.

F 26: "O" - General, 1953-1954.

Topics include Oklahoma Council on Public Ethics and trucking. Correspondents include Oklahoma Geological Survey.

F 27: Oil Information File - General, 1952-1954.

Topics include oil and gas production. Correspondents include Independent Petroleum Association of America.

F 28: Oklahoma A & M College - General, 1951-1954.

Topics include Oklahoma State University and Oklahoma Power and Propulsion Laboratory.

F 29: Oklahoma Bar Foundation - General, 1951.

Topics include University of Oklahoma School of Law.

F 30: Oklahoma Blue Cross and Blue Shield - General, 1952-1953.

F 31: Oklahoma City University - General, 1952.

F 32: Oklahoma Council on Public Ethics - General, 1954.

F 33: Oklahoma National Guard - General, 1952-1953.

F 34: Oklahoma State Legislative Council - General, 1953-1954.

F 35: Oklahoma State Resolutions - General, 1953.

F 36: Oklahoma State Society - General, 1952-1954.

F 37: Oklahoma Tax Commission - General, 1953-1954.

F 38: Oklahoma Turnpike Authority - General, 1952.

F 39: Oklahoma Vocational Rehabilitation Division - General, 1953-1954.

F 40: "P" - General, 1952-1954.

Topics include Osage Indians and Mexican alien labor.

F 41: Panhandle A & M College - General, 1951.

Topics include Reserve Officers Training Corp.

F 42: Phillips University - General, 1951-1954.

F 43: Ponca City Business College - General, 1951-1954.

F 44: Ponca City High School Band - General, 1952-1953.

Topics include Inauguration Day.

F 45A-45C: Post Office - Departmental, 1953-1954.

Correspondents include United States General Post Office.

F 46: Post Office - Legislative, 1953-1954.

Topis include postal service employees salaries, pensions, etc. Correspondents include United States House Committee on Post Office and Civil Service.

F 47: Post Office - Departmental, 1954.

F 48: Post Office - Legislative, 1954.

Topics include postal service rates. Correspondents include United States House Committee on Post Office and Civil Service.

F 49: Post Office - Departmental, 1953. Garber-Breckenridge.

F 50: Post Office - Departmental, 1953. Hunter-Lamont.

F 51: Post Office - Legislative, 1953-1954. Increase in Parcel Post Rates.

Topics include Broyhill Bill and postal service rates. Correspondents include United States. House Committee on Post Office and Civil Service.

F 52: Post Office - Departmental, 1953-1954. Kildare.

F 53: Post Office - Departmental, 1953. Lovell.

F 54: Post Office - Departmental, 1953. Meridian.

F 55: Post Office - Departmental, 1953-1954. Ponca City, Route No. 2.

F 56: Post Office - Departmental, 1953-1954. Pond Creek.

F 57: Post Office - Departmental, 1953-1954. Ralston-Fairfax.

Box 15: Post Office: Salary Increase for Employees - Rosenberg Case

F 1a: Post Office - Legislative - Salary Increase for Employees, Summerfield Plan and Withrow Bill: H.R.2344, 1953.

F 1b: Post Office - Legislative - Salary Increase for Employees, H.R.2344, January 1954.

F 1c: Post Office - Legislative - Salary Increase for Employees, H.R. 2344, February 1954.

F 1d: Post Office - Legislative - Salary Increase for Employees: H.R. 2344, March-June 1954.

F 2: Post Office - Legislative - Salary Increase for Employees: H.R. 8648 and 9245, 1954.

F 3: Post Office - Departmental - Santa Fe Train and Mail Contract, 1954.

F 4: Post Office - Legislative - Size and Weight Limitation Readjustment, 1953-1954.

F 5: Post Office - Departmental - Slap Out, 1953.

F 6: Post Office - Departmental - Two-trip Delivery Service, 1953.

F 7: Post Office - Legislative - Whitten Amendment, 1953-1954.

F 8: Post Office - Departmental - Woodward, 1953-1954.

F 9: Pro-America/Tulsa Chapter , 1952-1954.

F 10: Project Adequate Roads (PAR), 1952-1953.

F 11: Public Welfare - General - Oklahoma Department, 1953-1954. S.G. Doc.

F 12: Public Works - Legislative - Interstate Highway System and Great Salt Plains Reservoir, 1953-1954.

F 13: Public Works - Legislative - St. Lawrence Seaway; mentions United Mine Workers, 1953-1954.

F 14: Puerto Rico - General - Assassination Attempt in Congress, 1954.

F 15a: Questionnaire: A-J, 1953.

F 15b: Questionnaire: K-Y, 1953.

F 16a: Questionnaire: A-E, 1954.

F 16b: Questionnaire: F-K, 1954.

F 16c: Questionnaire: L-S, 1954.

F 16d: Questionnaire: T-Z, 1954.

F 17: "R" - General, 1953-1954.

Africa, U.N.E.S.C.O., Korean P.O.W.'s, Townsend Plan, Great Salt Plains Lake, cold war, and Republican Party and Puerto Rico.

F 18: Railroad Retirement - Legislative, n.d.

F 19: Railroad Retirement Board - Departmental, 1953-1954.

F 20: Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Departmental - Individual Cases, 1953.

F 21: Redistricting Initiative Petition - General - Oklahoma Congressional Districts, 1952-1953.

F 22a: Republican Congressional Committee - General - Office of Public Relations, 1952-1954.

F 22b: Republican Congressional Committee - General - Office of Public Relations, 1954.

F 23: Republican National Committee - General - Newsletter and Small Business Administration, 1953-1954.

F 24: Republican State Central Committee - General - Budget, 1954.

F 25: Rosenberg Case - General - Also Impeachment of Justice William O. Douglas, 1953.

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