FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 70

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Box 70: Federal Government, Tennessee Valley Authority, 1967 - Foreign Relations, Constituents' Correspondence, B, 1967

F 1: Federal Government, Tennessee Valley Authority, 1967.

F 2: Federal Government, Department of Transportation, 1967.

Topics include United States Coast Guard, motor vehicles safety regulations, roads finance law and legislation, time systems and standards in the United States, traffic safety, National Highway Safety Act of 1966, and the Uniform Time Act of 1966. Correspondents include Alan S. Boyd, Wilburn Cartwright, A. S. Mike Monroney, National Highway Safety Bureau, United States Federal Highway Administration, William H. Skeith, and Wesley V. Disney.

F 3: Federal Government, Department of the Treasury, 1967.

Topics include Billy James Hargis, church and state in the United States, income tax, and tax exemption law and legislation in the United States. Correspondents include United States Internal Revenue Service and A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 4: Federal Government, Department of the Treasury, 1967.

Topics include diesel fuel taxation, income tax, savings bonds, tax administration and procedure, and the Federal Deposit Plan. Correspondents include United States Internal Revenue Service and Tom Vail.

F 5: Federal Government, Small Business Administration, 1967.

Topics include small business, small business investment companies, War on Poverty, and the Economic Opportunity Loan Program. Correspondents include George A. Smathers (speech) and Tom Steed.

F 6: Federal Government, United States Information Agency, 1967.

F 7: Federal Government, United States Tariff Commission, 1967.

Topics include tariff on glass. Correspondents include Everett M. Dirksen, B. Everett Jordan, Abraham Ribicoff, William B. Spong, John C. Stennis, and Herman E. Talmadge.

F 8: Federal Government, Veterans Administration, 1967.

Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 9: Federal Government, Constituents' Correspondence, 1967.

Topics include loyalty oaths in the United States, prayer in the public schools law and legislation in the United States, and Keyishian v. University of New York. Correspondents include Everett M. Dirksen.

F 10: Finance, Banking, 1967.

F 11: Finance, Public Debt. Spending, 1967.

Topics include budget law and legislation in the United States, Vietnamese Conflict of 1961-1975, Great Society, and the War on Poverty. Correspondents include Charles H. Percy (speech), and Stuart Symington (speech).

F 12: Finance, Public Debt. Spending, 1967.

Topics include public debts in the United States, Great Society, and the War on Poverty.

F 13: Firearms Legislation, Constituents' Correspondence, 1967.

Topics include Emanuel Celler, Thomas J. Dodd, Roman L. Hruska, firearms law and legislation, and gun control.

F 14: Firearms, Constituents' Correspondence, 1967.

Topics include American diplomatic and consular service in the Soviet Union, Soviet diplomatic and consular service in the United States, firearms law and legislation, gun control, and the United States-Soviet Consular Treaty. Correspondents include Roman L. Hruska.

F 15: Foreign Relations, Constituents' Correspondence, 1967.

F 16: Foreign Relations, War Debt, 1967.

Topics include Charles de Gaulle, gold standard, and American loans in France.

F 17: Foreign Relations, Foreign Aid, 1967.

F 18: Foreign Relations, Foreign Policy, 1967.

Topics include Adam Clayton Powell, Export-Import Bank of the United States, international banks and banking, economic sanctions in Zambia, economic sanctions in Zimbabwe, United States foreign relations, Rhodesia, and the Export-Import Bank Bill. Correspondents include Harry L. Kingman, Gale W. McGee, Joseph S. Clark, Clarence K. Streit, James B. Utt, International Movement For Atlantic Union, Inc., and Citizens' Lobby for Fair Play.

F 19: Foreign Relations, Constituents' Correspondence, 1967.

Topics include Export-Import Bank of the United States, international banks and banking, economic sanctions in Zambia, economic sanctions in Zimbabwe, United States foreign relations, Rhodesia, and the Export-Import Bank Bill. Correspondents include Robert C. Byrd, Hubert H. Humphrey, Lee Metcalf, Clarence K. Streit, Disabled American Veterans, National Committee on United States-China relations, and Reuel W. Little.

F 20-21: Foreign Relations, Constituents' Correspondence, A - B, 1967.

Topics include Vietnamese Conflict of 1961-1975.

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