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

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Box 38B: Federal Government, Office of Economic Opportunity, 1966 - Finance. Public Debt, Spending, 1966

F 1: Federal Government, Office of Economic Opportunity, 1966.

Topics include United States Community Action Program in Oklahoma, domestic economic assistance in Oklahoma, Head Start programs in Oklahoma, occupational training, socially handicapped children in Oklahoma, and the War on Poverty. Correspondents include Ed Edmondson, A. S. Mike Monroney, John Jarman, Jed J. Johnson, Tom Steed, and Carl Albert.

F 2: Federal Government, Office of Economic Opportunity, 1966.

Topics include United States Community Action Program in Oklahoma, United States Job Corps, United States Office of Education Upward Bound Branch, Volunteers in Service to America, domestic economic assistance in Oklahoma, Head Start programs in Oklahoma, home health aides in Oklahoma, Medicare, migrant labor in Oklahoma, post-secondary education, socially handicapped children in Oklahoma, and the War on Poverty. Correspondents include Ed Edmondson, John Jarman, A. S. Mike Monroney, and Sargent Shriver.

F 3: Federal Government, Office of Economic Opportunity, By County, A-K, 1966.

Topics include United States Community Action Program in Oklahoma, Head Start programs in Oklahoma, domestic economic assistance in Oklahoma, socially handicapped children education (preschool) in Oklahoma and the War on Poverty. Correspondents include Carl Bert Albert, Jed J. Johnson, and A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 4: Federal Government, Office of Economic Opportunity, Adair County, 1966.

Topics include United States Community Action Program in Oklahoma, parks in Oklahoma, Head Start programs in Adair County Oklahoma, poverty in Adair County, Oklahoma, socially handicapped children in Adair County, Oklahoma, adult education in Adair County, Oklahoma, and domestic economic assistance in Adair County, Oklahoma.

F 5: Federal Government, Office of Economic Opportunity, Atoka County-Custer County, 1966.

Topics include United States Community Action Program in Oklahoma, Volunteers in Service to America, adult education in Oklahoma, Head Start programs in Oklahoma, Indians of North America economic conditions in Oklahoma, migrant labor in Oklahoma, Ozarka Region, War on Poverty in Oklahoma, and the Ozarka Work Study Project. Correspondents include Northeastern State College in Oklahoma and Southwestern State College in Oklahoma.

F 6: Federal Government, Office of Economic Opportunity, Delaware County, 1966.

Topics include automobile drivers' tests in Oklahoma, Head Start programs in Delaware County, Oklahoma, poverty in Delaware County, Oklahoma, socially handicapped children in Delaware County, Oklahoma, and Cherokee Drivers' Manual. Correspondents include Delaware Oklahoma County Community Action Foundation, Inc.

F 7: Federal Government, Office of Economic Opportunity, Garvin County-Love County, 1966.

Topics include United States Community Action Program in Oklahoma, adult education in Oklahoma, domestic economic assistance in Oklahoma, Head Start programs in Oklahoma, migrant labor in Oklahoma, Nelson Amendment, War on Poverty and the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964. Correspondents include Sargent Shriver.

F 8: Federal Government, Office of Economic Opportunity, Marshall County-Okmulgee County, 1966.

Topics include United States Community Action Program in Oklahoma, domestic economic assistance in Oklahoma, Head Start programs in Oklahoma, Medicare in Oklahoma, occupational training in Oklahoma, and the War on Poverty. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney, Carl Albert, and the McCurtain County Community Action Foundation.

F 9: Federal Government, Office of Economic Opportunity, Osage County, 1966.

Topics include adult education in Osage County, Oklahoma, domestic economic assistance in Osage County, Oklahoma, Head Start programs in Osage County, Oklahoma, Indians of North America in Osage County, Oklahoma, Medicare in Osage County, Oklahoma, occupational training in Osage County, Oklahoma, public housing in Osage County, Oklahoma, and small business growth in Osage County, Oklahoma. Correspondents include Osage County Community Action Program Foundation, Inc.

F 10: Federal Government, Office of Economic Opportunity, Ottawa County-Woods County, 1966.

Topics include United States Community Action programs in Oklahoma, adult education in Oklahoma, domestic economic assistance in Oklahoma, Head Start programs in Oklahoma, occupational training in Oklahoma, legal assistance to the poor in Oklahoma, Medicare in Oklahoma, migrant labor in Oklahoma, and poverty in Oklahoma. Correspondents include W. E. McIntosh, Oklahoma State University, Inter-tribal Council of Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma, and Stephens County Community Action Foundation, Inc.

F 11: Federal Government, Ozarka Regional Development Commission, 1966.

Topics include coal mines and mining, public libraries in Oklahoma, Economic Development Act of 1965, and the Ozarka project. Correspondents include George Lynn Cross, John T. Connor, Orval E. Faubus, Edward V. Long, James W. Symington, James W. Trimble, Oliver S. Willham, Ozarks Regional Commission, United States Department of Commerce, and William M. McCandless.

F 12: Federal Government, Ozarka Regional Development Commission, 1966.

Topics include coal mines and mining in Oklahoma, soil conservation in Oklahoma, roads design and construction in Oklahoma, Ozark Mountains region economic conditions, and the Ozarka project. Correspondents include Oklahoma State Soil Conservation Board, United States Department of Commerce, William M. McCandless, and the Ozarks Regional Development Association.

F 13: Federal Government, Peace Corps, 1966.

Correspondents include Sargent Shriver.

F 14: Federal Government, Personal Property Authority, 1966.

Topics include surplus government property in Oklahoma.

F 15: Federal Government, Post Office, 1966.

Topics include post office buildings in Oklahoma, postal service censorship, the Vietnamese Conflict of 1961-1975 postal service, customs privileges, and railroads in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Jed J. Johnson, A. S. Mike Monroney, Page Belcher, Carl Albert, and United States Bureau of Customs.

F 16: Federal Government, Small Business Administration, 1966.

Topics include United States Community Action Program in Oklahoma, small business in Oklahoma, small business administration loans, and the Small Business Administration Act. Correspondents include Carl Albert, Page Belcher, John Jarman, and A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 17: Federal Government, Small Business Administration, 1966.

Topics include small business in Oklahoma, small business administration loans, and the Small Business Administration Act. Correspondents include National Federation of Independent Business.

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