FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
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Box 72A

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Box 72A: Foreign Relations, Constituent Correspondence, T, 1967 - Health and Welfare, Air Pollution, 1967

F 1: Foreign Relations, Constituent Correspondence, T, 1967.

Topics include J. Edgar Hoover, American diplomatic and consular service in the Soviet Union, Soviet diplomatic and consular service in the United States, East-West trade, space weapons (international law), Panama foreign relations and treaties, Panama Canal in Panama, Outer Space Treaty, and the U.S. - Soviet Consular Treaty. Correspondents include Strom Thurmond.

F 2: Foreign Relations, Constituent Correspondence, U, 1967.

American diplomatic and consular service in the Soviet Union, Soviet diplomatic and consular service in the United States, space weapons (international law), Panama foreign relations and treaties, Panama Canal in Panama, Outer Space Treaty, and the U.S. - Soviet Consular Treaty.

F 3: Foreign Relations, Constituent Correspondence, V, 1967.

American diplomatic and consular service in the Soviet Union, Soviet diplomatic and consular service in the United States, Panama foreign relations and treaties, Panama Canal in Panama, and the U.S. - Soviet Consular Treaty.

F 4: Foreign Relations, Constituent Correspondence, W, 1967.

Note: This folder contains several letters from junior high school students in Ardmore, Oklahoma. Topics include American diplomatic and consular service in the Soviet Union, Soviet diplomatic and consular service in the United States, taxation law and legislation, Vietnamese Conflict of 1961-1975, Panama foreign relations and treaties, Panama Canal in Panama, and the U.S. - Soviet Consular Treaty.

F 5: Foreign Relations, Constituent Correspondence, X-Z, 1967.

American diplomatic and consular service in the Soviet Union, Soviet diplomatic and consular service in the United States, taxation law and legislation, Panama foreign relations and treaties, Panama Canal in Panama, and the U.S. - Soviet Consular Treaty.

F 6: Foreign Relations, United Nations, 1967.

Topics include United Nations, economic sanctions in Zambia, economic sanctions in Zimbabwe, and Rhodesia. Correspondents include Joseph S. Clark, Joseph S. and James B. Utt.

F 7A: Foreign Policy Association, 1967.

Topics include international education in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Foreign Policy Association (report).

F 7B: Form Letters, 1967.

Topics include Thurgood Marshall, civil service personnel management in Oklahoma, Medicare law and legislation, education for the mentally handicapped, postal rates, social sSecurity law and legislation, and the United States Food and Drug Administration.

F 7C: Form Letters, 1967.

Topics include Thurgood Marshall, United Nations, United States Food and Drug Administration, American diplomatic and consular service in the Soviet Union, Soviet diplomatic and consular service in the United States, Indians of North America government relations in Oklahoma, postal rates, postal zones in Oklahoma, social security law and legislation, and taxation law and legislation.

F 8: Frontiers of Science Foundation, 1966-1967.

Topics include science study and teaching in Oklahoma.

F 9A-9B: Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Higher Education, 1967.

Topics include federal aid to community health services, federal aid to education in Oklahoma, federal aid to higher education, federal aid to medical education, Indians of North America education in Oklahoma, education for the mentally handicapped, Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, and Higher Education Act, Public Health Service Act. Correspondents include John Jarman, A. S. Mike Monroney, Tom Steed, and United States Office of Education.

F 10: Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health, 1967.

Topics include federal aid to hospitals in Oklahoma, federal aid to medical education, federal aid to medical research, federal aid to vocational education, Indians of North America health and hygiene, Hill-Burton Program, Indian Sanitation Facilities Act, Mental Health and Retardation Facilities Act, and Public Health Service Act. Correspondents include Carl Albert, Page Belcher, Ed Edmondson, John Jarman, A. S. Mike Monroney, Tom Steed, National Industries for the Blind, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States Department of Labor, and United States Public Health Service.

F 11: Health and Welfare, Community Health and Sanitation, 1967.

Topics include federal aid to health planning and health planning law and legislation. Correspondents include Ralph W. Yarborough, Oklahoma Public Health Association, and United Mine Workers of America Welfare and Retirement Fund.

F 12: Health and Welfare, Stream and River Pollution, 1967.

Topics include water pollution and the Federal Water Pollution Control Act. Correspondents include John A. Volpe, Izaak Walton League of America, Oklahoma State Department of Health, United States Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, and Worthington Corporation.

F 13: Health and Welfare, Diseases and Conditions, 1967.

Topics include health education, safety education, and vision disorders in children. Correspondents include American Optometric Association, Jehovah's Witnesses, Byron Dacus, and Council on Family Health.

F 14: Health and Welfare, Population Control, 1967.

Topics include birth control, birth control religious aspects, birth control and the Catholic Church, church and social problems, Catholic Church (papal documents), overpopulation, and Populorum Progressio. Correspondents include Ernest Gruening, Association for Voluntary Sterilization, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, and Elford Cederberg.

F 15: Health and Welfare, Mental Retardation, 1967.

Topics include education of the mentally handicapped and employment of the mentally handicapped. Correspondents include National Association for Retarded Children, Oklahoma State Department of Health, Oklahoma Congress of Parents and Teachers, and United States President's Committee on Mental Retardation.

F 16: Health and Welfare, Water, Water Systems, Water Supply, 1967.

Topics include water-supply in Lawton Oklahoma and the water-supply in Wichita Falls Texas.

F 17: Health and Welfare, Drugs, 1967.

Topics include drugs law and legislation, American medical assistance in China, control of narcotics, and peyote. Correspondents include William Proxmire.

F 18: Health and Welfare, Hill-Burton Hospital Construction, 1967.

Topics include federal aid to hospitals in Oklahoma and Indians of North America hospitals in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Ed Edmondson, A. S. Mike Monroney, Oklahoma State Department of Health, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, United States Indian Health Service, United States Public Health Service, and Rex Privett.

F 19: Health and Welfare, Air Pollution, 1967.

Topics include air pollution and water pollution. Correspondents include William Jennings Bryan Dorn, Jennings Randolph, Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America, Conservation Foundation, McGraw-Hill Publications Company, National Coal Policy Conference (U.S.), and Oklahoma State Department of Health.

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