FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
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Box 11

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Box 11: Health and Welfare, 1965 - Indian Affairs, S-Y, 1965

F 1: Health and Welfare, 1965.

Topics include United States Head Start Program, United States Office of Economic Opportunity, air pollution, contraceptive drugs, drug abuse treatment law and legislation, handicapped employment, mental health facilities, migrant agricultural laborers, population density, vocational rehabilitation, and the Federal Water Pollution Control Act. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney, Tom Steed, and George H. Shirk.

F 2: Housing and Urban Affairs, Construction, 1965.

Topics include Oklahoma State University, mental health facilities, student housing, and the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1965. Correspondents include United States Housing and Home Finance Agency and the Tulsa Urban Renewal Authority.

F 3: Housing and Urban Affairs, Community Facilities Administration, 1965.

Topics include Kiowa Public Works Authority.

F 4: Housing and Urban Affairs, Financing, Loans, 1965.

Topics include United States Federal Housing Administration loans for apartments, nursing homes, public housing, Tulsa (Oklahoma), Lawton (Oklahoma), Sheridan Arms, and the Library Services and Construction Act. Correspondents include United States Housing and Home Finance Agency.

F 5: Housing and Urban Affairs, FHA Loans, 1965.

Topics include urban renewal. Correspondents include United States Federal Housing Administration and the United States Farmers Home Administration.

F 6: Housing and Urban Affairs, Urban Renewal, 1965.

Topics include public housing, rent subsidies, Sheridan Arms, Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority, and Lawton Urban Renewal Authority. Correspondents include United States Housing and Home Finance Agency and the Tulsa Urban Renewal Authority.

F 7: Housing and Urban Affairs, Urban Renewal: 21st and Sheridan Apartment Complex in Tulsa, 1965.

Topics include public housing and Sheridan Arms.

F 8: Housing and Urban Affairs, Housing and Home Finance Agency, 1965.

Topics include United States Housing and Home Finance Agency, urban renewal, and rent subsidies.

F 9: Housing and Urban Affairs, Area Redevelopment Administration, 1965.

Topics include United States Area Redevelopment Administration. Correspondents include Don Baldwin.

F 10: Immigration and Naturalization, 1965.

Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney and the McCarran-Walters Immigration Act.

F 11: Immigration and Naturalization, Monthly Oklahoma U.S. Citizenship Lists, 1965.

F 12-13: Immigration and Naturalization, Passports - Visas, 1965.

Correspondents include William Shibley (folder 13).

F 14: Immigration and Naturalization, Quotas, Legislation, 1965.

Topics include Trade Unions, Taft-Hartley Act, and the McCarran-Walters Immigration Act. Correspondents include Abraham Ribicoff.

F 15: Immigration and Naturalization, Quotas, Legislation, 1965.

F 16: Indian Affairs, A-D, 1965.

Topics include Riverside Indian School, Comanche Indians, Eastern Shawnee Indians, Five Civilized Tribes, Indians of North America claims, Indians of North America education, Indians of North America health and hygiene, Indians of North America land tenure, Indians of North America land transfers, Miami Indians, Missouri Indians, Otoe Indians, Pawnee Indians, and Seminole Indians. Correspondents include Vine Deloria, Stanley C> Draper, Stewart L. Udall, National Congress of American Indians, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Thomas A. Captain.

F 17: Indian Affairs, E-J, 1965.

Topics include Arapaho Indians, Cheyenne Indians, Creek Indians, Indians of North America education, Indians of North America land tenure, Indians of North America land transfers, Pawnee Indians, Seminole Indians, and Fort Reno, Oklahoma. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney, J. Howard Edmondson, LaDonna Harris, American Indian Exposition, and United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 18: Indian Affairs, K-O. 1965.

Topics include Choctaw Indians, religious aspects of eagles, Indians of North America claims, Indians of North America higher education, Indians of North America housing, Indians of North America land tenure, Indians of North America land transfers, Indians of North America rites and ceremonies, oil and gas leases, Osage Indians, Potawatomi Indians, and Thoreau Boarding School in New Mexico. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 19: Indian Affairs, P-R, 1965.

Topics include Concho Indian School in Oklahoma, Indians of North America claims, Indians of North America education, and Navajo Indians. Correspondents include Tom Payne and the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 20: Indian Affairs, S-Y, 1965.

Topics include Tom Steed, Indians of North America claims, Indians of North America land tenure, Indians of North America land transfers, and Seminole Indians. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

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