FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
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Box 20

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Box 20: Military,. Merger Letter #1, November-December 1964 - Nominations, United States Supreme Court, Abe Fortas, Opposed, 1965

F 1: Military, Merger Letter #1, November-December 1964.

Topics include United States National Guard and the United States Armed Forces reserves.

F 2: Military, Merger Letter #2, December 1964-February 1965.

Topics include United States National Guard and the United States Armed Forces reserves.

F 3: Military, Merger Letter #3, January-February 1965.

Topics include United States National Guard and the United States Armed Forces reserves. Correspondents include Reserve Officers Association.

F 4: Military, Wewoka Armory, Flexo Letters, 1965.

Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney and Tom Steed.

F 5: Military, Pay and Allowances, Quarters, Subsistence, Travel, and Clothing, 1965.

F 6: Military, Officers Commissions, General, 1965.

Correspondents include Robert M. Murphy.

F 7: Military, Altus Air Force Base, Reduction of Operations, 1965.

Topics include John W. McCormack. Correspondents include Carl Albert and Robert McNamara (publication).

F 8: Military, Altus Air Force Base Flexo Letters, 1965.

Correspondents include Hoyt Shadid.

F 9: Military, Reservations, Forts, Camps, Posts, Stations, Sites, Bases,1965.

Topics include A. S. Mike Monroney, Jed J. Johnson, United States Department of Defense appropriations and expenditures, Altus Air Force Base in Oklahoma, Clinton-Sherman Air Force Base in Oklahoma, Fort Sill inOklahoma, Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma, and Vance Air Force Base in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Larry Derryberry, Spencer T. Bernard, John C. Stennis, and the National Federation of Federal Employees.

F 10: Military, Buildings and Grounds, Commissaries, Food, 1965.

Topics include Altus Air Force Base in Oklahoma, United States Armed Forces commissariat, and United States Armed Rorces facilities.

F 11: Military, Concessions, Base Construction, 1965.

Topics include United States Armed Forces facilities.

F 12: Military, Easements, Leases, Right of Way, 1965.

Topics include Vance Air Force Base in Oklahoma, International Association of Machinists, Incorporated Serv-Air, and the Smoke Eaters Lodge. Correspondents include National Labor Relations Board.

F 13: Military, Reserve Programs, General Information, 1965.

Topics include John C. Stennis, United States Armed Forces reserves, and Joseph W. Namath. Correspondents include Stephen Ailes and A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 14: Military, USO, Special Services, 1965.

Topics include United States United Service Organizations.

F 15: Military, Weapons, Arms, Ammunition, Explosion, 1965.

Topics include Lyndon B. Johnson, Eighteen-Nation Committee on Disarmament in Geneva Switzerland, and Federal Firearms Act. Correspondents include United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency and William C. Foster.

F 16: Military, Surplus Property, 1965.

Topics include surplus military property and Camp Gruber in Oklahoma.

F 17: Military, Military Courts and Court Martials, 1965.

F 18: Morality, 1965.

Topics include ethics.

F 19: National Defense, Armed Forces, 1965.

Topics include Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma.

F 20: National Defense, Civil Defense, 1965.

Correspondents include James E. Jackson.

F 21: National Defense, Mobilization of Manpower and Industry, 1965.

F 22: National Defense, Security, 1965.

Topics include Otto F. Otepka, United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, and United States national security.

F 23: National Defense, Training, 1965.

Correspondents include Office of the Secretary of the Army (releases).

F 24: Natural Resources, Fish and Wildlife, 1965.

Topics include A. S. Mike Monroney, Oklahoma State University, predatory animals control, and the Cooperative Sport Fisheries Research Unit. Correspondents include Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Department (reports), Defenders of Wildlife (report), University of Oklahoma (publication), Oklahoma Wildlife Federation (publication), and the Board of Regents for Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges (resolution).

F 25: Natural Resources, Forests. Forest Resources,1965.

Correspondents include Oklahoma Department of Mines (report).

F 26: Natural Resources, Fuels, 1965.

Topics include coal. Correspondents include National Coal Policy Conference, Inc.

F 27: Natural Resources, Fuels. Gas, Oil and Coke, A-M, 1965.

Topics include United States Federal Power Commission, natural gas, petroleum law and legislation, and the Mandatory Oil Import Program. Correspondents include Independent Petroleum Association of America, National Committee for Fair Gas Prices (report), Oklahoma Corporation Committee, Omar Burleson and William M. Bennett.

F 28: Natural Resources, Fuels, Gas, Oil, and Coke, O-W, 1965.

Topics include Stewart L. Udall and the Mandatory Oil Import Program. Correspondents include John G. Tower, Ward Padgett (report), William Proxmire, Oklahoma Department of Mines, National Coal Policy Conference, Incorporated, and the Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association.

F 29: Natural Resources, Minerals, Mines, and Mining, 1965.

Topics include coal, zinc, and vanadium pentoxide. Correspondents include Western States Land Commissioners Association (resolution), American Mining Congress (publication), Kerr-McGee Corporation, and the National Coal Policy Conference, Inc. (report).

F 30: Natural Resources, Water Resources, Watersheds, 1965.

F 31: Nominations, Farmers Home Administration, 1965.

Topics include United States Farmers Home Administration.

F 32: Nominations, Federal Court Clerk, 1965.

Topics include Carl Albert and Ray Fine. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 33: Nominations, Federal Department and Agency Heads, 1965.

Correspondents include Russell B. Long and Ramsey Clark.

F 34: Nominations, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, 1965.

Topics include Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Correspondents include Carl Albert.

F 35: Nominations, Federal National Mortgage Association, 1965.

Topics include Federal National Mortgage Association.

F 36: Nominations, National Council on the Humanities, 1965.

Topics include National Council on the Humanities.

F 37: Nominations, President's Task Force For Health, 1965.

F 38: Nominations, Secretary of Urban Affairs, 1965.

F 39: Nominations, United States Commissioners, 1965.

F 40: Nominations, United States Tax Court, 1965.

Topics include United States Tax Court. Correspondents include Tom Steed.

F 41: Nominations, United States Attorney, Oklahoma Districts, 1965.

Topics include A. S. Mike Monroney, Philip A. Hart, Sam J. Ervin, James O. Eastland, and Andrew B. Potter. Correspondents include Luther Bohanon, Fred R. Harris (speech), Alfred P. Murrah, and Ross Rizley.

F 42A: Nominations, United States District Judge, 1965.

Topics include Luther Bohanon, William J. Holloway, Ross Rizley, judges selection and appointment, and courts in United States. Correspondents include William J. Holloway and Ramsey Clark.

F 42B: Nominations, Assistant United States Attorney, Oklahoma District,1965.

Correspondents include Buck Cartwright and Jan Eric Cartwright.

F 43: Nominations, United States District Judge, 1965.

Topics include George Howard Wilson, courts in United States, judges selection and appointment, and Holland Meacham. Correspondents include David Hall.

F 44: Nominations, All Federal Judges, 1965.

Topics include courts in United States and judges selection and appointment. Correspondents include William J. Holloway and Alfred P. Murrah.

F 45: Nominations, United States Supreme Court, Abe Fortas, Opposed, 1965.

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