FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 37

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Box 37: Federal Government, Federal Aviation Agency, 1966 - Federal Government, Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1966

F 1: Federal Government, Federal Aviation Agency, 1966.

Topics include airports finance in Oklahoma and the Confederate flag. Correspondents include Henry Bellmon, George H. Shirk, Metropolitan Tulsa Chamber of Commerce, and Oklahoma Aeronautics Association.

F 2: Federal Government, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1966.

Topics include Al Terrill.

F 3: Federal Government, Federal Communications Commission, 1966.

Topics include William P. Atkinson, cable television law and legislation in Oklahoma, and television ultrahigh frequency apparatus and supplies. Correspondents include National Association of Broadcasters and Ed Berrong.

F 4: Federal Government, Federal Communications Commission, 1966.

Topics include cable television law and legislation in Oklahoma, fairness doctrine (broadcasting) in Oklahoma, radio censorship, and radio transmitters and transmission.

F 5: Federal Government, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, 1966.

Topics include banks and banking and banking law. Correspondents include Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (booklet).

F 6: Federal Government, Federal Home Loan Bank Board, 1966.

Topics include savings and loan associations.

F 7: Federal Government, Federal Housing Administration, 1966.

Topics include Reader's Digest, government lending, housing finance, housing in Panama, mortgage loans, and Kaw City, Oklahoma. Correspondents include John Barron, (article), Earle Cabell, and the United States Public Housing Administration.

F 8: Federal Government, Federal National Mortgage Association, 1966.

F 9: Federal Government, Federal Power Commission, 1966.

Topics include rural electrification in Oklahoma, water-power, and watersheds. Correspondents include Stewart L. Udall, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives and the United States Federal Power Commission (publications).

F 10: Federal Government, Federal Reserve Board, 1966.

Topics include money. Correspondents include the United States Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

F 11: Federal Government, Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, 1966.

F 12: Federal Government, Federal Trade Commission, 1966.

F 13: Federal Government, General Accounting Office, 1966.

F 14: Federal Government, General Services Administration, 1966.

Topics include surplus government property in Oklahoma and the Boron Missile Power Plant in Muskogee, Oklahoma. Correspondents include Federal Prison Industries, Inc., Don Baldwin, and Muskogee Chamber of Commerce.

F 15: Federal Government, General Services Administration, 1966.

Topics include surplus government property in Oklahoma and Synchrotrons in Oklahoma. Correspondents include John W. Young, and Pittsburg County Civil Defense Agency.

F 16: Federal Government, Grand River Dam Authority, Salina Pumped Storage Project, 1966.

Correspondents include the United States Federal Power Commission.

F 17: Federal Government, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1966.

Topics include alcoholism treatment, Indians of North America education in Oklahoma, Indians of North America study and teaching in Oklahoma, off-reservation boarding schools in Oklahoma, optometry in Washington D.C., and the District of Columbia Optometry Act. Correspondents include Southeastern State College in Durant, Oklahoma, and the Christopher D. Smithers Foundation.

F 18: Federal Government, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1966.

Topics include nonprescription drugs law and legislation, federal aid to education in Oklahoma, federal aid to private schools in Oklahoma, and medical technologists in Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States Food and Drug Administration and the United States Office of Education.

F 19: Federal Government, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1966.

Topics include dietary supplements, drugs law and legislation, federal aid to education in Oklahoma, food labeling law and legislation, food law and legislation, school integration in Oklahoma, Dunbar Elementary School in Shawnee, Oklahoma, and the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Correspondents include Robert B. Kamm, Langston University, National Health Federation (Bulletin), and the United States Food and Drug Administration.

F 20: Federal Government, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1966.

Topics include United States Public Health Service, drugs law and legislation, higher education in Oklahoma, federal aid to education in Oklahoma, school integration in Oklahoma, research grants, Dunbar Elementary School in Shawnee, Oklahoma, Civil Rights Act of 1964, and Project HELP. Correspondents include E. T. Dunlap, Lyndon B. Johnson, Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, Southwestern State College, Oklahoma, United States Food and Drug Administration, and the United States Office of Education.

F 21: Federal Government, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1966.

Topics include Saint Anthony's Hospital in Oklahoma City, medical research in Oklahoma, research grants in Oklahoma, federal aid to education, deaf education, educational law and legislation, and Indians of North America education. Correspondents include Oklahoma State University Technical Branch in Okmulgee, United States Office of Education, the United States National Institutes of Health, and the National Technical Institute for the Deaf.

F 22: Federal Government, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Higher Education, 1966.

Topics include Saint Anthony's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, educational law and legislation, federal aid to education, federal aid to higher education, medicine research, mental health facilities in Oklahoma, research grants in Oklahoma, research grants in United States, Community Mental Health Centers Act of 1963, and the Higher Education Act of 1965. Correspondents include Carl Albert, John Jarman, Robert B. Kamm, Page Belcher, the Oklahoma State Department of Health, the United States Office of Education, A. S. Mike Monroney, and Tom Steed.

F 23: Federal Government, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health, 1966.

Topics include Creek Indians, medical research, and research grants in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Carl Albert, Ed Edmondson, John Jarman, Jed J. Johnson, Robert B. Kamm, A. S. Mike Monroney, Tom, and the United States Public Health Service.

F 24: Federal Government, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1966.

Topics include A. S. Mike Monroney, dietary supplements, drugs law and legislation, federal aid to education, Indians of North America health and hygiene in Oklahoma, research grants in Oklahoma, and school integration in Oklahoma. Correspondents include William P. Atkinson, Russell B. Long, Dean A. McGee, United States Office of Education and the United States Public Health Service Bureau of Medical Services Division of Indian Health.

F 25: Federal Government, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1966.

Topics include higher education, federal aid to education in Oklahoma, health facilities in Oklahoma, Indians of North America education in Oklahoma, medicine research, off-reservation boarding schools in Oklahoma, research grants in Oklahoma, and Project Prometheus. Correspondents include Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, United States Office of Education, Southeastern State College in Durant, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State Department of Health and E. T. Dunlap.

F 26: Federal Government, Housing and Home Finance Agency, 1966.

Topics include Sargent Shriver, federal aid to regional planning in Okmulgee, Oklahoma, water utilities in Oklahoma, sewerage in Oklahoma, and war on poverty in Okmulgee County, Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States Office of Economic Opportunity.

F 27: Federal Government, Department of Housing and Urban Development,1966.

Topics include city planning in Oklahoma, grants-in-aid law and legislation in Oklahoma, packing-houses, public housing, sewerage in Oklahoma, waterworks in Oklahoma, and urban renewal in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Oklahoma Industrial Development and Park Department, and Mike Grey.

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