FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 67

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Box 67: Federal Government, Department of Interior, A-E, 1967 - Federal Government, Office of Economic Opportunity, Miscellaneous,1967

F 1: Federal Government, Department of Interior, A-E, 1967.

Topics include federal aid to outdoor recreation in Oklahoma, gasoline prices, national parks and reserves, water quality in Oklahoma, Foss Reservoir Oklahoma, and the Seminole Indian Historical Museum. Correspondents include David Boren.

F 2: Federal Government, Department of Interior, F-I, 1967.

Topics include gasoline prices, Grand Coulee Dam in Washington, water quality in Foss Reservoir Oklahoma, and Platt National Park Oklahoma. Correspondents include Stewart L. Udall.

F 3: Federal Government, Department of Interior, J-Mc, 1967.

Topics include flood control on Beaver Creek, Oklahoma, gasoline prices, Grand Coulee Dam in Washington, public use of parks, watersheds in Oklahoma, Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma, and Chickasaw Council House. Correspondents include Stewart L. Udall and Chickasaw Nation.

F 4: Federal Government, Department of Interior, M-S, 1967.

Topics include gasoline prices, Indians of North America education in Oklahoma, national parks and reserves, and Arbuckle Recreation Area Oklahoma.

F 5: Federal Government, Department of the Interior, T-Z, 1967.

Topics include public lands in Oklahoma, water supply in Oklahoma, and Arbuckle Lake Oklahoma.

F 6: Federal Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, 1967.

Topics include United States Federal Power Commission, railroads and freight rates, railroads and train discontinuance in Oklahoma, and trucking.

F 7: Federal Government, Interstate Commerce Commission. Santa Fe Trail Transportation Company, 1967.

Correspondents include the Santa Fe Trail Transportation Company.

F 8: Federal Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, 1967.

Topics include Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Company, railroads freight, and trucking.

F 9: Federal Government, Department of Justice, 1967.

Topics include Rockwell-Standard Corporation, citizenship, discrimination in banking, and patent infringement. Correspondents include Ramsey Clark.

F 10: Federal Government, Department of Justice, 1967.

Topics include eminent domain in Keystone Lake Oklahoma, jails in Oklahoma, police-community relations in Oklahoma City Oklahoma, and the Colorado-Ute Electric Association.

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

Topics include United States Neighborhood Youth Corps in Oklahoma, agricultural laborers, employment of children, hazardous occupations, occupational training in Oklahoma, overtime in Oklahoma, technical institutes in Oklahoma, unemployment, workers' compensation claims in Oklahoma, and the Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962. Correspondents include Willard Wirtz.

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

Topics include United States Neighborhood Youth Corps in Oklahoma, employment of children, minimum wage, occupational training, and the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1966. Correspondents include Dewey F. Bartlett.

F 13: Federal Government, Maritime Administration, 1967.

F 14: Federal Government, National Aeronautics and Space Administration,1967.

Topics include federal aid to education. Correspondents include Robert B. Kamm, Oklahoma State University, and University of Oklahoma.

F 15: Federal Government, National Foundation of the Arts and Humanities,1966 - 1967.

Topics include National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities appropriations and expenditures, and federal aid to the arts. Correspondents include Robert F. Kennedy, Oklahoma Arts and Humanities Council, and the University of Oklahoma.

F 16: Federal Government, National Institute of Health, 1967.

F 17: Federal Government, National Labor Relations, 1967.

Correspondents include the United States National Mediation Board.

F 18: Federal Government, National Mediation Board, 1967.

F 19: Federal Government, National Science Foundation, 1967.

Topics include National Science Foundation appropriations and expenditures, federal aid to higher education in Oklahoma, and runes in Heavener, Oklahoma. Correspondents include Robert B. Kamm, Oklahoma State University, Smithsonian Institution, and the University of Oklahoma.

F 20: Federal Government, Department of the Navy, 1967.

Topics include nuclear submarines and the Vietnamese Conflict of 1961-1975. Correspondents include Carl Albert, A. S. Mike Monroney, and Hyman George Rickover.

F 21: Federal Government, Office of Economic Opportunity. Miscellaneous,1967.

Topics include A. S. Mike Monroney, Tom Steed, United States Neighborhood Youth Corps in Oklahoma, birth control clinics, contracts, federal aid to education in Oklahoma, grants-in-aid in Oklahoma, Head Start programs, occupational training, research grants, rural electrification in Oklahoma, student aid, urban renewal in Oklahoma, watersheds in Oklahoma, and Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States National Science Foundation, United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, and United States Department of Labor.

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