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Box 57: Public Works, A-C, 1966 - Speeches, 1966

F 1: Public Works, A-C, 1966.

Topics include public works in Oklahoma, water quality management, water resources development in Oklahoma, watersheds in Oklahoma, Arkansas River Watershed, Red River Watershed (Tex.-La), Kaw Dam and Reservoir Oklahoma, and the Central Oklahoma Navigation Project. Correspondents include Carl Albert, Arkansas-White-Red Basins Inter-Agency Committee (publications), Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Phillips Petroleum Company (report), United States Bureau of Reclamation, United States Senate Committee on Public Works, United States Department of the Army, United States Soil Conservation Service (maps), and Bartlesville Chamber of Commerce.

F 2: Public Works, D-H, 1966.

Topics include Grand River Dam Authority, public works in Oklahoma, water resources development in Oklahoma, watersheds in Oklahoma, Arkansas River Watershed, Grand Canyon in Arizona, Red River Watershed (Tex.-La), Kaw Dam and Reservoir Oklahoma. Correspondents include Paul J. Fannin, Carl T. Hayden, United States Army Corps of Engineers, United States Senate Committee on Public Works, United States Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Soil Conservation Service, United States Southwestern Power Administration, and the Deep Fork Watershed Association.

F 3: Public Works, I-L, 1966.

Topics include public works in Oklahoma, water resources development in Oklahoma, watersheds in Oklahoma, Verdigris River in Kansas and Oklahoma, Kaw Dam and Reservoir Oklahoma, Central Oklahoma Navigation Project, and the Sand Creek Reservoir Project. Correspondents include Jed J. Johnson, Patrick McNamara, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Phillips Petroleum Company, United States Army Corps of Engineers, United States Senate Committee on Public Works, and the United States Southwestern Power Administration.

F 4: Public Works, Mc-R, 1966.

Topics include public works in Oklahoma, water resources development in Oklahoma, Kaw Dam and Reservoir, Oklahoma Ordinance Works Authority, and the Central Oklahoma Navigation Project. Correspondents include Don McBride, A. S. Mike Monroney (report), Graham B. Purcell, Grand River Dam Authority, Oklahoma Wildlife Federation, United States Army Corps of Engineers, United States Senate Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate Committee on Public Works, United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Mines, and the United States Economic Development Administration.

F 5: Public Works, S-U, 1966.

Topics include United States Southwestern Power Administration, public works in Oklahoma, water resources development in Oklahoma, watersheds in Oklahoma, Verdigris River in Kansas and Oklahoma, Kaw Dam and Reservoir in Oklahoma, and the Central Oklahoma Navigation Project. Correspondents include Hudgins, Thompson, Ball, and Associates (report), Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, Oklahoma Wildlife Federation, United States Bureau of Reclamation, United States Bureau of the Budget, and the United States Soil Conservation Service.

F 6A-6B: Public Works, W-Z, 1966.

Topics include public works in Oklahoma, water resources development in Oklahoma, Arkansas River, Red River (Tex. - La.), Arkansas River Navigation Project, and the Red River Navigation Project. Correspondents include Arkansas Basin Development Association (pamphlet).

F 7: Public Works, Funds, Budgets, Appropriations, 1966.

Topics include public works in Oklahoma, water resources development in Oklahoma, wildlife refuges in Oklahoma, Arkansas River, Optima Reservoir Oklahoma, Red River (Tex. - La.), Kaw Dam and Reservoir Oklahoma, Optima Lake Oklahoma, Waurika Reservoir in Oklahoma, Arkansas River Navigation Project, and the Red River Navigation Project. Correspondents include Jed J. Johnson, Kerr-McGee Corporation, Oklahoma Department of Mines, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, United States Bureau of Reclamation Southwest Region, United States Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service, and Water Development Foundation of Oklahoma, Inc.

F 8: Recreation, Facilities, 1966.

Topics include United States Bureau of Outdoor Recreation and Tinker Air Force Base Oklahoma.

F 9: Recreation, Sports and Sporting Events, 1966.

Correspondents include Phillips Petroleum Company.

F 10: Reports, Statistics, General, 1966.

Topics include overpopulation and the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965. Correspondents include Appalachian Regional Commission, Planned Parenthood Federation of America (advertisement), and the United States Bureau of Census.

F 11: Roads, Federal Roads, 1966.

Topics include highway planning in Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Public Roads and the National U.S. Highway 66 Association.

F 12: Roads, Interstate Highways, 1966.

Topics include highway planning in Oklahoma and interstate highway system in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Henry Bellmon, Oklahoma Farm Bureau, Tulsa Tribune, United States Bureau of Public Roads and the Committee for Direct Interstate Routes.

F 13: Roads, State Roads, 1966.

Topics include highway planning in Oklahoma and the Oliver Wildlife Preserve in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Associated General Contractors of America, Oklahoma Department of Highways, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma Tax Commission, United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, United States Army Corps of Engineers, United States Bureau of Public Roads, United States Department of Agriculture, United States Internal Revenue Service, V. H. Odom, and the National U.S. Highway 66 Association.

F 14: Roads, Access Roads, 1966,

Topics include roads in Oklahoma and the Arkansas River Navigation Project. Correspondents include Oklahoma Department of Highways, United States Army Corps of Engineers, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States Bureau of Public Roads, United States Bureau of Reclamation, United States Forest Service, and Clem Hamilton.

F 15: Salaries, Federal Employees, Salaries and Allowances, 1966.

Topics include United States officials and employees salaries and cost-of-living adjustments.

F 16: Salaries, Wage Board, 1966.

Topics include wage payment systems and the United States officials and employees salaries. Correspondents include United States Civil Service Commission Bureau of Policies and Standards and the United States Department of the Air Force.

F 17: Salaries, Teachers, 1966.

Topics include American military post schools, foreign teachers, and teachers salaries, etc. Correspondents include Overseas Education Association.

F 18: Salaries, Minimum Wages, 1966.

Topics include minimum wage law and legislation and the Fair Labor Standards Act Amendments. Correspondents include Winston L. Prouty, Robert F. Kennedy, AFL-CIO, National Consumers' League, Texaco, Inc, United States Department of Labor, United States Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, International Paper Company, Oklahoma Oil Marketers Association, Oklahoma Retail Merchants Association.

F 19: Salaries, Minimum Wage, 1966.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, minimum wage law and legislation and the Minimum Wage Bill. Correspondents include George Lynn Cross, East Central Oklahoma Electric Cooperative, Inc., Independent Bankers Association of America, Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association, Roy E. Grantham, and the Oklahoma Livestock Marketing Association (resolution).

F 20: Science and Technology, Space Affairs, 1966.

F 21: Selective Service, Deferment Policy, 1966.

Topics include selective service college qualification test. Correspondents include United States Selective Service System.

F 22: Selective Service, Universal Military Training, 1966.

Topics include selective service college qualification test. Correspondents include George Lynn Cross and the United States Selective Service System.

F 23: Speeches, 1966.

Topics include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, agricultural development projects, agriculture, animal industry, Indians of North America, public works, transportation and automotive rates, watersheds, Arkansas River, and the Harris Amendment. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney, United States Army Corps of Engineers, and the United States Senate Committee on Public Works.

F 24: Speeches, 1966.

Topics include United States Central Intelligence Agency, agricultural development projects, aims and objectives of higher education, federal aid to research, foreign relations in Colombia, public works, Bible Translation Day, and Project Simpatico.

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