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Box 82: Meetings, Meetings Declined, C, 1967 - Military, Clinton-Sherman Air Force Base, 1967

F 1: Meetings, Meetings Declined, C, 1967.

Correspondents include Frank Carlson, Don H. Clausen, United States Democratic National Committee, Independent Petroleum Association of America, National Waterways Conference, United States Commission on Civil Rights, and the United States House Committee on Science and Astronautics.

F 2: Meetings, Meetings Declined, D-E, 1967.

Correspondents include Allen J. Ellender, Chrysler Corporation, International Institute for Medical Electronics and Biological Engineering, National Research Council, Oklahoma Education Association, Population Crisis Committee, and the Deep Fork Watershed Association.

F 3: Meetings, Meetings Declined, F-G, 1967.

Topics include federal land banks. Correspondents include Orville L. Freeman, Sargent Shriver, Future Farmers of America, New York Stock Exchange, United States Department of Agriculture, and the American Indian Exposition.

F 4: Meetings, Meetings Declined, H, 1967.

Topics include Hassan II (king of Morocco). Correspondents include Joseph S. Clark, John S. Cooper, Vance Hartke, Lister Hill, J. Herbert Hollomon, Raymond L. Horn, American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, Bacone College, Members of Congress for Peace Through Law, United States National Science Foundation National Science Board, Ozarka Regional Development Association, and the United States Bureau of Public Roads.

F 5: Meetings, Meetings Declined, I-J, 1967.

Topics include Lyndon B. Johnson. Correspondents include Frank Carlson, B. Everett Jordan, Joseph E. Karth, William W. Keeler, Edward M. Kennedy, Walter F. Mondale, American Israel Public Affairs Committee, Cherokee Nation, Independent Petroleum Association of America, and William Karty.

F 6: Meetings, Meetings Declined, L, 1967.

Correspondents include Russell B. Long, American Petroleum Institute, Indian Rights Association, Inc., United States Savings and Loan League, and Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States.

F 7: Meetings, Meetings Declined, M, 1967.

Correspondents include Warren G. Magnuson, Bob Mathias, Edmund S. Muskie, A. S. Mike Monroney, Joseph D. Tydings, National Association of Counties, National Education Association of the United States National Training Laboratories, Oklahoma Farm Bureau, and the Red River Valley Association.

F 8: Meetings, Meetings Declined, Mc-O, 1967.

Topics include Stanley C. Draper. Correspondents include Eugene J. McCarthy, Gale W. McGee, Arkansas Basin Development Association, Central Oklahoma Economic Development District, National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials, National Rifle Association, and the Robert A. Taft Institute of Government.

F 9: Meetings, Meetings Declined, P-Q, 1967.

Topics include Spiro T. Agnew and fire stations in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Correspondents include J. J. Pickle, National Federation of Federal Employees, National Federation of Grain Cooperatives, National Pharmaceutical Council, Population Crisis Committee, and Union Equity Cooperative Exchange.

F 10: Meetings, Meetings Declined, R, 1967.

Correspondents include Dewey F. Bartlett, Jennings Randolph, Calvin W. Verity, American Iron and Steel Institute, American Legion Auxiliary, American Public Power Association, Future Farmers of America, Oklahoma Office of the Governor, Oklahoma Hospital Association, Inc., Smithsonian Institution, and the United States Public Health Service.

F 11: Meetings, Meetings Declined, S, 1967.

Correspondents include Allan Shivers, William B. Spong, Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America, and the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce.

F 12: Meetings, Meetings Declined, T-V, 1967.

Correspondents include Joseph D. Tydings, Cooperative League of the U.S.A., National League of Cities, Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity, United States Civil Service Commission, and the United States Navy Department Office of Legislative Affairs.

F 13: Meetings, Meetings Declined, W-Z, 1967.

Topics include Will Rogers World Airport, and the International Conference and Exposition on Water for Peace. Correspondents include Wes Watkins, Kiamichi Economic Development District of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, and Westinghouse Electric Cooperative.

F 14: Meetings, White House Tours, 1967.

F 15: Meetings, Designated Representatives, 1967.

Correspondents include Jacob K. Javits, Robert L. F. Sikes, and Stewart L. Udall.

F 16: Meetings, Miscellaneous, 1967.

Topics include volunteerism in the United States, Correspondents include George W. Ball, Walter F. Mondale, Frank Carlson, B. Everett Jordan, Toby Morris, and the United States Kerner Commission.

F 17: Meetings, Visitors, 1967.

Topics include Volunteers in Service to America. Correspondents include Edward M. Kennedy, Sargent Shriver, and the Future Farmers of America.

F 18: Meetings, Visitors, 1967.

Topics include Jacqueline (Bouvier) Kennedy, and Robert F. Kennedy. Correspondents include Edward W. Brooke, LaDonna Harris, Hubert H. Humphrey, Charles Banks Wilson, Center for the Arts of Indian America, National Conference of Christians and Jews, Oklahoma Arts and Humanities Council, Oklahoma Bankers Association, and the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 19: Meetings, Visitors, 1967.

Topics include Hubert H. Humphrey. Correspondents include Stanley Carlyle Draper, John William Gardner, Future Farmers of America, Oklahoma Bankers Association, Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, Oklahoma Education Association, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, American Indian Exposition, and Stanton L Young.

F 20: Memoranda, 1967.

Correspondents include United States Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research.

F 21: Military, Air Force, 1967.

Topics include United States Air Force, Altus Air Force Base in Oklahoma, and Vance Air Force Base in Oklahoma. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney (press release) and the United States Department of the Air Force.

F 22: Military, Clinton-Sherman Air Force Base, 1967.

Topics include Clinton-Sherman Air Force Base in Oklahoma and the Northwest Regional Services Act. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney, James V. Smith, Tom Steed, United States Department of Defense, United States Department of Defense Office of Economic Adjustment, and the United States Economic Development Administration.

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