FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
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Box 39

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Box 39: Federal Government, Southwestern Power Administration, 1961, 1966 - Finance, Public Debt, Spending, 1966

F 1: Federal Government, Southwestern Power Administration, 1961, 1966.

Topics include electric power distribution in Oklahoma, rural electrification in Oklahoma, and water-power. Correspondents include Stewart L. Udall, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives, United States Department of the Interior, and the Advisory Committee on Power for the Southwest.

F 2: Federal Government, Department of State, 1966.

Topics include international air traffic rules, external debts in France, educational exchanges in United States, missing in action family relations, research grants in United States, student exchange programs in Mexico, United States foreign relations with Latin America, International Educational and Cultural Exchange Program, and Project Manana. Correspondents include United States Agency for International Development.

F 3: Federal Government, Department of State, 1966.

Topics include international competition, international trade, and Webb-Pomerene Act Export Associations (Webb Associations). Correspondents include the United States Peace Corps in Togo, and United States Agency for International Development.

F 4: Federal Government, Surplus Property, 1966.

Topics include surplus government property.

F 5: Federal Government, Supreme Court, 1966.

Topics include church and state, criminal procedure, prayer in the public schools law and legislation, religion in the public schools, Dirksen Amendment, and Miranda v. Arizona. Correspondents include Angie Debo.

F 6: Federal Government, Supreme Court, 1966.

Topics include church and state, prayer in the public schools law and legislation, religion in the public schools, and the Dirksen Amendment.

F 7: Federal Government, Supreme Court, 1966.

Topics include United States Supreme Court, church and state, prayer in the public schools law and legislation, religion in the public schools, and the Dirksen Amendment.

F 8: Federal Government, Treasury Department, 1966.

Topics include United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, customs administration law and legislation, customs administration and tourists, pensions law and legislation, research grants, social security, and taxation law and legislation. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, United States Bureau of Customs, United States Internal Revenue Service, and the Research and Development Institute of the United States.

F 9: Federal Government, Treasury Department, 1966.

Topics include antidumping duties in United States, countervailing power in United States, savings bonds in United States, and taxation law and legislation. Correspondents include Billy James Hargis, United States Bureau of Customs, and the United States Internal Revenue Service.

F 10: Federal Government, Urban Renewal Administration, 1966.

Topics include federal aid to community development in Oklahoma, grants-in-aid in Oklahoma, poor housing, and urban renewal in Oklahoma. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney, Jed J. Johnson, Tom Steed, John Jarman, Carl Albert, Ed Edmondson, United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (press releases), and the United States Office of Economic Opportunity.

F 11: Federal Government, Miscellaneous, 1966.

Topics include cooperative education in Oklahoma, federal aid to education in Oklahoma, and higher education and state in Oklahoma. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney, Tom Steed, Jed J. Johnson, Page Belcher, Ed Edmondson, Carl Albert, John Jarman, and the United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Education.

F 12: Federal Government, Miscellaneous, 1966.

Topics include federal aid to community development in Oklahoma, grants-in-aid in Oklahoma, poor housing, sewage disposal in Oklahoma, urban renewal in Oklahoma, and water pollution in Oklahoma. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney, Carl Albert, Jed J. Johnson, John Jarman, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (press releases), United States Department of the Interior Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, and the Farmers Home Administration.

F 13: Finance, Banking, 1966.

Topics include A. S. Mike Monroney, Patman Wright, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, United States House Committee on Banking and Currency, United States Senate Committee on Banking and Currency, bankruptcy, banks and banking in United States, certificates of deposit, savings and loan associations law and legislation, and the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956. Correspondents include A. Willis Robertson, Board of Governors of the United States Federal Reserve System, and the American Bankers Association.

F 14: Finance, Banking, 1966.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on Banking and Currency, banks and banking in United States, interest rates in United States, investment tax credit, rationing, Bank Holding Company Act of 1956, and the Truth in Lending Bill. Correspondents include Spessard L. Holland, Patman Wright, and the Oklahoma State Department of Agriculture.

F 15: Finance, Public Debt, Spending, 1966.

Topics include Lyndon B. Johnson, cost and standard of living, government spending policy in United States, poor services for inflation (finance) in United States, public welfare law and legislation, Liberty Amendment, and the War on Poverty.

F 16: Finance, Public Debt, Spending, 1966.

Topics include cost and standard of living, government spending policy in United States, poor services for inflation (finance) in United States, public welfare law and legislation, taxation in United States, Liberty Amendment, and the War on Poverty.

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