FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 75

Go to Box 74

Box 75: Institutes, Federal Institutions, 1967 - Labor, Strikes and Work Shortages, 1967

F 1: Institutes, Federal Institutions, 1967.

F 2: Institutions, Prisons, Reform Schools, Workhouses, 1967.

Topics include clemency in the United States, pardon in the United States, and parole in the United States.

F 3: Institutions, Prisons.,Reform Schools, Workhouses, 1967.

Topics include clemency in the United States, criminals rehabilitation in the United States, pardon in the United States, parole in the United States, and the Prisoner Rehabilitation Act of 1965. Correspondents include Spencer Bernard.

F 4: Institutions, Health and Mental, 1967.

Topics include physicians supply and demand in Seiling, Oklahoma and the Eastern Oklahoma Tuberculosis Sanatorium. Correspondents include Oklahoma State Department of Health.

F 5: Institutions, State Institutions, 1967.

Topics include parole in the United States.

F 6: Institutions, Nursing Homes, 1967.

Topics include nursing homes in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Oklahoma Nursing Home Association and the American Nurses' Association.

F 7: Institutions, Private Institutions, 1967.

Topics include hospitals in Weleetka, Oklahoma.

F 8: Insurance and Retirement, Federal Government, 1967.

Topics include civil service in the United States and employee fringe benefits. Correspondents include National Association of Retired Civil Employees.

F 9: Insurance and Retirement, Insurance, 1967.

Topics include government employees' disability insurance.

F 10: Insurance and Retirement, Retirement and Annuities, 1967.

Topics include civil service pensions, government employees' disability insurance, and lump sum distributions (pensions).

F 11: Insurance and Retirement,. Railroad Retirement, 1967.

Topics include pensions and railroads employees pensions. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 12: Insurance and Retirement, Compensation, 1967.

Topics include unemployment insurance.

F 13: Insurance and Retirement, State Government, 1967.

Topics include medical care and self-employed pensions. Correspondents include John Sparkman, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma, (report), Blue Cross Association (speech), and the United States Internal Revenue Service (publication).

F 14: Inventions, Patents, 1967.

F 15: Judicial Affairs, Civil Rights, 1967.

Topics include Luther Lee Bohanon, discrimination in housing, riots, school integration, and segregation in education. Correspondents include Martin Luther King Jr. and Philip A. Hart.

F 16: Judicial Affairs, Discrimination, 1967.

Topics include Luther Lee Bohanon and school integration.

F 17: Judicial Affairs, Human Rights, 1967.

Topics include Soviet Jews. Correspondents include American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry.

F 18: Judicial Affairs, Claims, Litigation, 1967.

Correspondents include Oklahoma Bar Association.

F 19: Judicial Affairs, Supreme Court, 1967.

Topics include Thurgood Marshall and the United States Supreme Court.

F 20: Judicial Affairs, Judicial, 1967.

Topics include confession (law) in the United States, and Miranda versus Arizona. Correspondents include Sam J. Ervin and Wayne L. Morse.

F 21: Judicial Affairs, Juvenile Delinquency, 1967.

Correspondents include Oklahoma State Federation of Women's Clubs.

F 22: Judicial Affairs, Constituent Correspondence, A-C, 1967.

Topics include race relations and riots. Correspondents include Edward W. Brooke (speech), American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, General Electric Company (bulletin), and the United States Kerner Commission.

F 23: Judicial Affairs, Constituent Correspondence, D-H, 1967.

Topics include United States Kerner Commission, capital punishment, race relations, and riots. Correspondents include Ernest Gruening, Philip A. Hart, and the American Bar Association.

F 24: Judicial Affairs, Constituent Correspondence, I-Mc, 1967.

Topics include United States Kerner Commission, race relations, and riots. Correspondents include Oklahoma Baptist Convention, and Committee to Reduce Crime-Now.

F 25: Judicial Affairs, Constituent Correspondence, M-Q, 1967.

Topics include United States Kerner Commission, race relations, and riots. Correspondents include Joseph Montoya, John O. Pastore, Ford Foundation (news release), Charles A. Mosher, Walter F. Mondale, and the Oklahoma Conference on Religion and Race.

F 26: Judicial Affairs, Constituent Correspondence, R-S, 1967.

Topics include United States Kerner Commission, race relations, riots, and riots in Newark, New Jersey. Correspondents include Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America.

F 27: Judicial Affairs, Constituent Correspondence, T-Z, 1967.

Topics include United States Kerner Commission, race relations, and riots. Correspondents include United States Commission on Civil Rights and the American Veterans Committee.

F 28: Labor, Conditions, Employment, Unemployment, 1967.

Topics include industrial relations, labor laws and legislation, minimum wage law and legislation, subminimum wage law and legislation, Fair Labor Standards Act, and the Equal Employment Opportunities Enforcement Act. Correspondents include George Lynn Cross and Byron Dacus.

F 29: Labor, Strikes and Work Shortages, 1967.

Topics include strikes and lockouts law and legislation and strikes and lockouts for the railroads. Correspondents include Andrew J. Biemiller and the AFL-CIO.

Go to Box 76
Fred R. Harris Collection Box List
Fred R. Harris Collection Description


Congressional Archives Home | | Carl Albert Center Home | | About the Center | | Contact Us |

Copyright, The Carl Albert Center.