FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 64

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Box 64: Federal Government, Department of Agriculture, A-D, 1967 - Federal Government, Corps of Engineers, I-Mc, 1967

F 1: Federal Government, Department of Agriculture, A-D, 1967.

Topics include agricultural credit in Oklahoma, poultry broilers in Oklahoma, crop insurance in Oklahoma, and soil surveys in Oklahoma. Correspondents include National Forest Products Association, and the United States Forest Service.

F 2: Federal Government, Department of Agriculture, E-G, 1967.

Topics include agricultural prices, agricultural credit in Oklahoma, animal welfare in Oklahoma, economic development projects in Osage County Oklahoma, and rural development. Correspondents include Oklahoma State University and the United States Farm Credit Administration.

F 3: Federal Government, Department of Agriculture, H-L, 1967.

Topics include agricultural prices, animal welfare in Oklahoma, crop insurance, and crop losses.

F 4: Federal Government, Department of Agriculture, Mc-P, 1967.

Topics include agricultural prices, animal welfare in Oklahoma, forest reserves, and pesticides in Oklahoma. Correspondents include National Farmers Union.

F 5: Federal Government, Department of Agriculture, Q-Z, 1967.

Topics include agricultural prices, agricultural subsidies in Oklahoma, agricultural productivity in Oklahoma, animal welfare, soil conservation in Oklahoma, and wheat trade. Correspondents include Oklahoma State University.

F 6: Federal Government, Department of the Air Force, 1967.

Topics include airplane noise, housing, labor policies in Tinker Air Force Base Oklahoma, sonic boom, and Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma.

F 7: Federal Government, Department of the Army, 1967.

Topics include reorganization of United States Army Reserves and civil defense.

F 8: Federal Government, Atomic Energy Commission, 1967.

Topics include nuclear energy, nuclear medicine in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and nuclear power plants.

F 9: Federal Government, Civil Aeronautics Board, 1967.

Topics include airlines certification, airlines management, and airlines rates.

F 10: Federal Government, Civil Service Commission, 1967.

Topics include civil service minority employment and civil service reinstatement.

F 11: Federal Government, Department of Commerce, 1967.

Topics include census, forest management, military education, patents, and steel industry and trade. Correspondents include Tom Steed, Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission, and Oklahoma Economic Development Administration.

F 12: Federal Government, Department of Commerce, 1967.

Topics include imports, roadside improvement, and the Arkansas River. Correspondents include George A. Smathers.

F 13: Federal Government, Department of Commerce, 1967.

Topics include economic development projects in Oklahoma.

F 14: Federal Government, Commodity Credit Corporation, 1967.

Topics include Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America.

F 15: Federal Government, Corps of Engineers, A-C, 1967.

Topics include flood control, government policy and parks, water pollution, Arkansas River, Arcadia Lake in Oklahoma, Canton Lake in Oklahoma, Kaw Lake in Oklahoma, Little River in Oklahoma, Keystone Lake in Oklahoma, and Lake Texoma in Oklahoma and Texas. Correspondents include Frank Church.

F 16: Federal Government, Corps of Engineers, D-H, 1967.

Topics include eminent domain in Claremore, Oklahoma, government policy and parks, Arcadia Lake in Oklahoma, Arkansas River, and Tenkiller Ferry Lake in Oklahoma.

F 17: Federal Government, Corps of Engineers, I-Mc, 1967.

Topics include eminent domain in Hugo, Oklahoma, government policy on parks, Arcadia Lake in Oklahoma, Arkansas River, Keystone Lake in Oklahoma, and Tenkiller Ferry Lake in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Dierks Forests, Inc. (report) and Kansas City Southern Railway Company (report).

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