FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
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Box 41: Health and Welfare, Hill Burton, 1966 - Indian Affairs, 1966

F 1: Health and Welfare, Hill Burton, 1966.

Topics include United States Job Corps, medical care for the aged in Oklahoma, federal aid to hospitals in Oklahoma, and hospitals design and construction in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Carl Albert, Page Belcher, Ed Edmondson, John Jarman, Jed J. Johnson, A. S. Mike Monroney, Tom Steed, Oklahoma Hospital Association, Oklahoma State Department of Health, and the United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.

F 2: Health and Welfare, General, 1966.

Topics include National Conference on Air Pollution of 1966, air pollution, dietary supplements, labels law and legislation, overpopulation, water pollution, and veterinary medicine. Correspondents include Ernest Gruening, Sargent Shriver, Oklahoma Department of Public Welfare, United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, United States Food and Drug Administration, United States Public Health Service, and Eunice Kennedy Shriver.

F 3: Health, Education, and Welfare, Schools, 1966.

Topics include federal aid to education in Oklahoma, and new schools in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Page Belcher, A. S. Mike Monroney, Tom, United States Federal Power Commission, and the United States Office of Education.

F 4: Health, Education, and Welfare, Schools, 1966.

Topics include federal aid to education in Oklahoma, foreign study, handicapped children education, language and languages study and teaching, Cuban Student Loan Program, Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act of 1961, and the National Defense Education Act. Correspondents include John Jarman, A. S. Mike Monroney, Tom Steed, United States Department of State (pamphlet), and the United States Office of Education.

F 5: Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health, 1966.

Topics include federal aid to education in Oklahoma, federal aid to public welfare in Oklahoma, and federal aid to research in Oklahoma. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney, Carl Albert, Page Belcher, Tom Steed, and John Jarman.

F 6: Housing and Urban Affairs, Construction, 1966.

Topics include economic assistance, domestic law and legislation, government spending policy in United States, military base closures, urban renewal, Demonstration Cities Bill, Dirksen Amendment, Housing and Urban Development Act of 1965, and the War on Poverty. Correspondents include United States Federal Housing Administration.

F 7: Housing and Urban Affairs, Construction, 1966.

Topics include government spending policy in United States, urban renewal, Demonstration Cities Bill, Dirksen Amendment, and the War on Poverty. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney (press release).

F 8: Housing and Urban Affairs, Federal Housing Administration, Loans and Financing, 1966.

Topics include city planning in Oklahoma, house construction specifications, mortgages, and rent subsidies. Correspondents include Carl Albert, A. S. Mike Monroney, and Abraham Ribicoff.

F 9-10: Housing and Urban Affairs, Urban Renewal, 1966.

Topics include housing subsidies, urban renewal in Oklahoma, and the Demonstration Cities Bill. Correspondents include George H. Shirk, Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority, and the Tulsa Urban Renewal Authority.

F 11A-11C: Immigration and Naturalization, 1966.

Topics include naturalization, passports, and visas. Correspondents include George Lynn Cross, Stanley C. Draper, James O. Eastland, Henry Cabot Lodge, American Nurses Association, United States Department of State, United States Immigration and Naturalization Service, and Richard C. White.

F 12: Indian Affairs, 1966.

Topics include Indians of North America claims, Indians of North America in Oklahoma, occupational training, and Seneca Indians. Correspondents include Lear Siegler, Inc, National Congress of American Indians, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Robert Bennett.

F 13: Indian Affairs, 1966.

Topics include Arapaho Indians in Oklahoma, Cheyenne Indians in Oklahoma, Indians of North America economic conditions, Indians of North America education, Indians of North America government relations, Indians of North America land tenure, Indians of North America social conditions, Indians of North America urban residence, Institute of Indian Education, and the Indian Preference Act. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs and St. Augustine's Center for American Indians.

F 14: Indian Affairs, 1966.

Topics include Fort Sill Indian School, Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity, Indians of North America government relations, and Indians of North America land tenure. Correspondents include Carl T. Hayden and the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 15: Indian Affairs, 1966.

Topics include Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity, Indian arts law and legislation, Indians of North America civil rights, Indians of North America economic conditions, and Indians of North America social conditions. Correspondents include Ed Edmondson, W. E. McIntosh, Inter-Tribal Council of Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, Joseph Shunkamolah, and the Bunch Industrial Development Foundation.

F 16: Indian Affairs, 1966.

Topics include Chilocco Indian School, Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity, Creek Indians and money, government lending, Kickapoo Indians and money, and Indians of North America in Alaska. Correspondents include United States Department of the Interior, Alaska Indian Arts, and the League of Nations Pan American Indians.

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