FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
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Box 76

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Box 76: Labor, Strikes and Work Stoppages, 1967 - Legislation, Finance, Constituent Correspondence, J-K, 1967

F 1: Labor, Strikes and Work Stoppages, 1967.

Topics include government policy on labor in the United States, picketing law and legislation in the United States, National Labor Relations Act, and the Situs Secondary Boycott Bill. Correspondents include AFL-CIO, Muskogee Chamber of Commerce, and the Oklahoma Municipal Contractors Association.

F 2: Labor, Unions, 1967.

Topics include government policy on labor in the United States, picketing law and legislation in the United States, strikes and lockouts law and legislation in the United States, Fair Labor Standards Act, Situs Secondary Boycott Bill, and the Taft-Hartley Act. Correspondents include Ed Edmondson, AFL-CIO Building and Construction Trades Department, International Association of Machinists, International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron Ship Builders, Blacksmiths, Forgers, and Helpers, Oklahoma Farm Bureau, Railway Labor Executives' Association, and the United States National Labor Relations Board.

F 3: Labor, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, 1967.

Topics include AFL-CIO.

F 4: Labor, Independent Unions, 1967.

F 5: Labor, Employment of Handicapped People, 1967.

Topics include employment of the handicapped in Oklahoma and rehabilitation of the handicapped in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Oklahoma Governor's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped (newsletters).

F 6: Labor, Fair Labor Standards, 1967.

Topics include Fair Labor Standards Act and the Wage and Hour Bill.

F 7: Labor, Migrant Labor and Seasonal Labor, 1967.

Topics include children of migrant laborers.

F 8: Labor, Taft-Hartley Act, 1967.

Topics include open and closed shop law and legislation in the United States, right to labor in Oklahoma, and the right to work. Correspondents include National Right to Work Committee.

F 9: Land, Acquisition and Disposal, 1967.

F 10: Legislation, Judiciary Committee, 1967.

Topics include United States Congress House Committee on the Judiciary and the National CARIH Asthma Week.

F 11: Legislation, General, 1967.

Topics include United States Armed Forces reserves, Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, Reserve Forces Bill of Rights and Vitalization Act. Correspondents include United States Catholic Conference.

F 12: Legislation, Finance Committee, 1967.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on Finance, attachment and garnishment, campaign funds law and legislation, federal aid to education, military pensions, steel industry and trade, Consumer Credit Protection Act, Quie Amendment to Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, and the Veterans Pension Act of 1967. Correspondents include American Farm Bureau Federation and the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States.

F 13: Legislation, Armed Services Committee, 1967.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on Armed Services.

F 14: Legislation, Aviation Subcommittee, 1967.

Topics include United States Senate Subcommittee on Aviation and aeronautics safety measures. Correspondents include John M. Burzio.

F 15: Legislation, Appropriations Committee, 1967.

Topics include United States Bureau of Indian affairs appropriations and expenditures, United States Senate Committee on Appropriations, federal aid to medical research, Indians of North American claims, Indians of North America public welfare, outer space exploration public opinion in the United States, and Eufaula Indian School. Correspondents include William Proxmire, Vance Hartke, Harry F. Byrd, Carl T. Hayden, W. E. McIntosh, A. S. Mike Monroney, Stephen M. Young, Warren G. Magnuson, and the Oklahoma Medical Center.

F 16: Legislation, Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences, 1967.

This folder missing from box: January 19, 2000.

F 17: Legislation, Committee on Banking and Currency, 1967.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on Banking and Currency.

F 18: Legislation, Commerce Committee, 1967.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on Commerce, Animal Welfare Act, Fire Research and Safety Act, and the Merchant Marine Act. Correspondents include Warren G. Magnuson.

F 19: Legislation, Government Operations Committee, 1967.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on Government Operations, federal aid to community development, government contractors, American surplus government property, traffic safety in Michigan, Appalachian Region, Federal Property and Administrative Service Act of 1949, and the Manpower Development and Training Program Act of 1962. Correspondents include Ramsey Clark, Jacob K. Javits, Edmund S. Muskie, Automobile Club of Michigan (pamphlet), International Union of Operation Engineers, National Grange, and the National Association for Community Development.

F 20: Legislation, Finance Committee, 1967.

Topics include Mike Mansfield, United States Senate Committee on Finance, public law and legislation in the United States for debts, fur farming, import quotas in the United States, olive marketing in the United States, steel industry and trade, and tariff law and legislation in the United States. Correspondents include Lee Metcalf, United States Tariff Commission (report), and the National Board of Fur Farm Organizations, Inc.

F 21: Legislation, Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, 1967.

Topics include the United States Central Arizona Project, Central Valley Project in California, patent assignments, Central Valley (Calif.: Valley), politics and government for the Virgin Islands of the United States. Correspondents include Gordon Allott and Carl T. Hayden.

F 22: Legislation, Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, 1967.

Topics include United States Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations and riots research. Correspondents include John L. McClellan.

F 23: Legislation, Senate Labor Committee, 1967.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on Labor and television in secondary education. Correspondents include Paul J. Fannin.

F 24: Legislation, Judiciary Committee, 1967.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights, civil rights, electoral college in the United States, holidays law and legislation in the United States, Indian courts, Indians of North America civil rights, Indians of North American legal status, laws, etc., and United States officials and employees. Correspondents include Joseph D. Tydings, Sam J. Ervin, Roman L. Hruska, Russell B. Long, Frank E. Moss, Hiram Fong, John L. McClellan, Birch Bayh, and the International Typographical Union.

F 25: Legislation, Senate Committee on Constitutional Amendments, 1967.

Topics include constitutional amendments in the United States and the electoral college in the United States. Correspondents include B. Everett Jordan.

F 26: Legislation, Democratic Policy Committee, 1967.

Topics include United States Senate Democratic Policy Committee and the United States Senate presiding officer. Correspondents include Mike Mansfield.

F 27: Legislation, District of Columbia Committee, 1967.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on the District of Columbia and politics and government in Washington D.C. Correspondents include United States District of Columbia government (report).

F 28: Legislation, Ethics Committee, 1967.

Topics include United States Congress Senate Committee on Ethics and libel and slander in the United States. Correspondents include Thomas J. Dodd.

F 29: Legislation, Finance, Conference Report, 1967.

Topics include public welfare, social security cost-of-living adjustments law and legislation in the United States, and social security amendments of 1967. Correspondents include George Meany, Walter Reuther, Roy Wilkins, AFL-CIO, Americans for Democratic Action, Child Welfare League of America, Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, National Association of Social Workers, National Council of Senior Citizens, National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America, National Farmers' Union, National Social Welfare Assembly, Oklahoma Retired Teachers Association, United Steelworkers of America, and the Community Service Society of New York.

F 30: Legislation, Finance, Constituent Correspondence, A, 1967.

Topics include social conditions of the aged in the United States, chiropractic law and legislation in the United States, medicare law and legislation, public welfare, social security cost-of-living adjustments law and legislation in the United States, and the social security amendments of 1967. Correspondents include American Pharmaceutical Association and the International Chiropractors Association.

F 31: Legislation, Finance, Constituent Correspondence, B, 1967.

Topics include chiropractic law and legislation in the United States, medicare law and legislation, social security cost-of-living adjustments law and legislation in the United States, social workers supply and demand in the United States, social security amendments of 1967, and social work manpower and training legislation. Correspondents include Andrew J. Biemiller, James T. Broyhill, George Meany, American Chiropractic Association, American Physical Therapy Association, American Veterans Committee, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, Oklahoma Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Oklahoma Hospital Association, Oklahoma State Medical Association, United States Social Security Administration (bulletin), AFL-CIO, Paris Medicare Committee, and the Puerto Rico Medical Association (bulletin).

F 32: Legislation, Finance, Constituent Correspondence, B-C, 1967.

Topics include chiropractic law and legislation in the United States, medicare law and legislation, podiatry law and legislation, public welfare, social security cost-of-living adjustments in the United States, Election Reform Bill, social security amendments of 1967, and social work manpower and training legislation. Correspondents include Andrew J. Biemiller, AFL-CIO, American Psychological Association, Children's Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, National Governors' Conference, Oklahoma Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Oklahoma State Medical Association, St. Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States Social Security Administration (bulletin), Young Women's Christian Association, National Sharecroppers Fund, and the Oklahoma County Pharmaceutical Association.

F 33: Legislation, Finance, Constituent Correspondence, C-D, 1967.

Topics include social conditions of the aged in the United States, health and hygiene of children in the United States, chiropractic law and legislation in the United States, drugs prices law and legislation in the United States, medicare law and legislation, public welfare, social security cost-of-living adjustments law and legislation in the United States, social security amendments of 1967, and the Talmadge Amendment. Correspondents include Maryland State Department of Health, United States National Farmers' Union, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, Texas Medical Association, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Walter P. Dornaus, American Federation of Senior Citizens, and the Oklahoma Chiropractic Physicians Association.

F 34: Legislation, Finance, Constituent Correspondence, D-E, 1967.

Topics include health and hygiene of children in the United States, chiropractic law and legislation in the United States, drugs prices law and legislation in the United States, federal aid to hospitals, medicare law and legislation, physical therapy law and legislation in the United States, public welfare, social security cost-of-living adjustments law and legislation in the United States, social security amendments of 1967, and the Talmadge Amendment. Correspondents include Robert F. Kennedy, American Podiatry Association, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, National Association of Social Workers, National Council of Senior Citizens, Southern States Industrial Council, and the American Protestant Hospital Association.

F 35: Legislation, Finance, Constituent Correspondence, F-G, 1967.

Topics include social conditions of the aged in the United States, health and hygiene of children in the United States, chiropractic law and legislation in the United States, drugs prices law and legislation in the United States insurance, unemployment law and legislation in the United States, medicaid law and legislation, medicare law and legislation, social security cost-of-living adjustments law and legislation in the United States, social security amendments of 1967, social work manpower and training legislation, and the Talmadge Amendment. Correspondents include Children's Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Community Council of Greater New York, Council of State Governments, Federation of American Hospitals, Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce, Oklahoma Hospital Association, St. Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Transport Workers Union of America, Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, and the Association of New York State Physicians and Dentists.

F 36: Legislation, Finance, Constituent Correspondence, G-H, 1967.

Topics include chiropractic law and legislation in the United States, drugs prices law and legislation in the United States, federal aid to child welfare, medicare law and legislation, podiatry law and legislation in the United States, public welfare, single mothers, social security cost-of-living adjustments law and legislation in the United States, social security amendments of 1967, and social work manpower and training legislation. Correspondents include Martha Wright Griffiths, American Association of Retired Persons, Child Welfare League of America, International Association of Health Underwriters, National Association of Counties, United States National Association of Manufacturers, National Association of Social Workers, National Jewish Welfare Board, Oklahoma Hospital Association, Oklahoma Retired Teachers Association, Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association, Salvation Army, Travelers Aid Association of America, and the National Retired Teachers Association.

F 37: Legislation, Finance, Constituent Correspondence, H-J, 1967.

Topics include health and hygiene of children in the United States, chiropractic law and legislation in the United States, medicaid law and legislation, medicare law and legislation, podiatry law and legislation in the United States, public welfare, social security cost-of-living adjustments in Law and legislation in the United States, and social security amendments of 1967. Correspondents include Vance Hartke, James M. Hanley, American Association of Retired Persons, American Mutual Insurance Alliance, American Public Welfare Association, Health Insurance Association of America, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and the National Association of Social Workers.

F 38: Legislation, Finance, Constituent Correspondence, J-K, 1967.

Topics include aid to families with dependent children programs, chiropractic law and legislation in the United States, drugs prices law and legislation in the United States, medicare law and legislation, physical therapy law and legislation in the United States, podiatry law and legislation in the United States, public welfare, social security cost-of-living adjustments in law and legislation in the United States, social workers supply and demand in the United States, social security amendments of 1967, social work, and manpower and training legislation. Correspondents include Jacob K. Javits, Robert F. Kennedy, Thomas H. Kuchel, George Meany, AFL-CIO, American Chiropractic Association, Community Council of Greater New York, Oklahoma State Medical Association, Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association, United States Social Security Administration, Oklahoma Podiatry Association, and the Oklahoma Retail Merchants Association.

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