FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 38A

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Box 38A: Federal Government, Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1966 - Federal Government, Office of Economic Opportunity, 1966

F 1: Federal Government, Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1966.

Topics include Oklahoma Department of Mental Health, housing finance in Oklahoma, housing policy in Oklahoma, rent subsidies, urban renewal in Oklahoma, and water distribution in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Jed J. Johnson, A. S. Mike Monroney, National Association of Home Builders of the United States, and United States Federal Housing Administration.

F 2: Federal Government, Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1966.

Topics include United States Health Services Administration in Oklahoma, health services administration in Oklahoma, housing policy in Oklahoma, open spaces in Oklahoma, sewerage in Oklahoma, water distribution in Oklahoma, and Kaw City Oklahoma. Correspondents include Robert B. Kamm and East Central State College in Ada, Oklahoma.

F 3: Federal Government, Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1966.

Topics include public housing in Oklahoma, sewerage in Oklahoma, student housing in Oklahoma, urban renewal in Edmond Oklahoma, and water distribution in Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States Housing and Home Finance Agency and the United States Public Housing Administration.

F 4: Federal Government, Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1966.

Topics include city planning in Oklahoma, community development, federal aid to recreation in Tulsa, Oklahoma, public housing, public housing in Oklahoma, sewerage in Oklahoma, student housing in Oklahoma, urban renewal in Oklahoma, and water distribution in Oklahoma.

F 5: Federal Government, Department of the Interior, 1966.

Topics include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, coal research, import quotas and oil, sewerage in Oklahoma, soil conservation in Oklahoma, water conservation in Oklahoma, water pollution in Oklahoma, and wildlife conservation in Oklahoma. Correspondents include John Jarman, A. S. Mike Monroney, Tom Steed, and Stewart L. Udall.

F 6: Federal Government, Department of Interior, 1966.

Topics include coal research, DDT (insecticide) in Oklahoma, geological surveys in Oklahoma, historical museums in Pawhuska Oklahoma, import quotas, outdoor recreation in Oklahoma, petroleum, reclamation of land law and legislation, recreation management, roadside improvement in Oklahoma, soil conservation in Oklahoma, water conservation in Oklahoma, wildlife conservation in Oklahoma, Lake of the Arbuckles in Oklahoma, Mountain Park Reservoir in Oklahoma, and United States Highway 177. Correspondents include Beau Selman.

F 7: Federal Government, Department of Interior, 1966.

Topics include rural land use in Oklahoma, public land sales in Oklahoma, public works, oil-shale industry, sewerage in Oklahoma, water conservation in Oklahoma, water distribution in Oklahoma, wildlife conservation in Oklahoma, and Arbuckle Recreation Area in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Stewart L. Udall, Kiwanis International, and David Hutchens.

F 8: Federal Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, 1966.

Topics include carriers in Oklahoma, cattle transportation, pipelines, railroad abandonment, railroad freight cars, railroad stations, telephone rates, interstate commerce trucks, and the St. Louis-San Francisco Railroad. Correspondents include A. J. Clemons.

F 9: Federal Government, Department of Justice, 1966.

Topics include civil rights in Oklahoma, clay pipe industry in Oklahoma, consolidation and merger of corporations in Oklahoma, police complaints in Geary Oklahoma, race discrimination in McAlester Oklahoma, subversive activities, and the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation. Correspondents include Roy E. Grantham.

F 10: Federal Government, Department of Labor, 1966.

Topics include employees training in Oklahoma, farm management in Oklahoma, labor supply research in Oklahoma, public contracts in Oklahoma, wage payment systems in Oklahoma, and Creek Nation Neighborhood Youth Corps. Correspondents include Carl Albert and the United States Neighborhood Youth Corps.

F 11: Federal Government, Department of Labor, 1966.

Topics include Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, unfair competition in Oklahoma, economic development projects in Oklahoma, labor policy in Oklahoma, labor productivity in Oklahoma, labor supply in Oklahoma, and wages building trades in Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States Neighborhood Youth Corps.

F 12: Federal Government, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1966.

Topics include outer space exploration. Correspondents include Robert B. Kamm.

F 13: Federal Government, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Federal Aviation Agency, 1966.

Topics include United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration, United States Federal Aviation Agency, Oklahoma State University, Southeastern State College in Durant Oklahoma, airports planning in Oklahoma, federal aid to higher education, and Head Start programs in Oklahoma.

F 14: Federal Government, National Archives, 1966.

F 15: Federal Government, National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities, 1966.

Topics include University of Oklahoma, endowments, federal aid to higher education, and federal aid to the performing arts in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Henry Bellmon and Stanley C. Draper.

F 16: Federal Government, National Labor Relations Board, 1966.

Topics include United Auto Workers of America, labor union members, and wages aircraft industry workers in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

F 17: Federal Government, National Science Foundation, 1966.

Topics include federal aid to higher education in Oklahoma, runes in Heavener, Oklahoma, and science projects in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Oliver S. Willham.

F 18: Federal Government, Navy, 1966.

Topics include United States Department of the Navy and McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Carl Albert and A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 19: Federal Government, Office of Economic Opportunity, 1966.

Topics include Job Corps, adult education in Oklahoma, child care services in Oklahoma, community development in Oklahoma, foster grandparents in Oklahoma, National School Lunch Program, rural development in Oklahoma, and the War on Poverty. Correspondents include Sargent Shriver and United States Department of Health Education and Welfare.

F 20: Federal Government, Office of Economic Opportunity, 1966.

Topics include United States Community Action Program in Oklahoma, United States Head Start Program, Afro-American art, and rural development projects. Correspondents include Robert F. Kennedy, Sargent Shriver, Job Corps, and the United States Volunteers in Service to America.

F 21: Federal Government, Office of Economic Opportunity, 1966.

Topics include United States Head Start Program, Job Corps, community development in Oklahoma, rural development projects, and War on Poverty. Correspondents include Carl Albert, Henry Bellmon, A. S. Mike Monroney, Sargent Shriver, United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, and the United States Volunteers in Service to America.

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