FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
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Box 86

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Box 86: Nominations, Federal Department and Agency Heads, 1967 - Post Office, Correspondence, D-F, 1967

F 1: Nominations, Federal Department and Agency Heads, 1967.

Topics include United States Subversive Activities Control Board, United States officials and employees selection and appointment, and Simon McHugh. Correspondents include Ramsey Clark, Leverett Edwards, J. William Fulbright, Lister Hill, Robert S. Kerr, A. S. Mike Monroney, John Sparkman, Stewart L. Udall, Bureau of International Commerce, United States Department of Justice Office of the Attorney General, United States Department of the Interior, United States Internal Revenue Service, United States National Mediation Board, and the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO.

F 2: Nominations, Indian Claims Commission, 1967.

Topics include Harry J. W. Belvin and the United States Indian Claims Commission officials and employees selection and appointment. Correspondents include James R. Jones and Stewart L. Udall.

F 3: Nominations, USDA Federal Crop Insurance Corporation for Oklahoma, 1967.

Topics include Federal Crop Insurance Corporation officials and employees selection and appointment in Oklahoma, agricultural crops in Oklahoma, and Alfred J. Hildebrand. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 4: Nominations, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, 1967.

Topics include United States Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service officials and employees selection and appointment in Oklahoma, Mart Fowler, and James T. Hickman. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney, Cherokee Hills Resource Conservation and Development Project, United States Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, and Lee Scott.

F 5: Nominations, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, 1967.

Topics include United States Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service officials and employees selection and appointment in Oklahoma and Willie Salyer. Correspondents include Don Baldwin, Lee Galloway, George Nigh, James V. Smith, Tom Steed, Oklahoma Farmers Union, Oklahoma Peanut Growers Association, United States Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, Ed Berrong, Don R. Greenhaw, Henry Lesch, and Rex Privett.

F 6: Nominations, Farmers Home Administration, 1967.

Topics include United States Farmers Home Administration officials and employees selection and appointment in Oklahoma. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 7: Nominations, Chief Contact Officer. Veterans Administration, 1967.

Topics include United States Veterans Administration officials and employees selection and appointment in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Preston J. Moore.

F 8: Nominations, U.S. Attorney. Northern District of Oklahoma, 1967.

Topics include United States Attorney (Oklahoma: Northern District), lawyers selection and appointment in Oklahoma, and United States officials and employees selection and appointment. Correspondents include Ramsey Clark, Clem Rogers McSpadden, George Nigh, Tom Steed, United States Department of Justice Office of the Attorney General, and Larry McSoud.

F 9: Nominations, U.S. Assistant Attorney. Eastern District of Oklahoma, 1967.

Topics include lawyers selection and appointment in Oklahoma and the United States Assistant Attorney (Oklahoma: Eastern District). Correspondents include Ramsey Clark, A. S. Mike Monroney, United States Department of Justice Office of the Attorney General, Jan Eric Cartwright, Clifford K. Cate, and Bruce Green.

F 10: Nominations, U.S. Assistant Attorney. Northern District of Oklahoma.

Topics include lawyers selection and appointment in Oklahoma, Hubert H. Bryant, and United States Assistant Attorney (Oklahoma: Northern District). Correspondents include Allen E. Barrow, Ramsey Clark, Ramsey, and A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 11: Nominations, All Federal Judges, 1967.

Topics include Thurgood Marshall, United States Supreme Court, and judges selection and appointment in the United States.

F 12A: Nominations, U.S. Marshal. Eastern District of Oklahoma, 1967.

Topics include United States marshals in Oklahoma.

F 12B: Nominations, 1967.

Topics include Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission.

F 13: Pages, Employment, 1967.

Topics include capitol pages.

F 14: Personal, Les Kreps, 1967.

Correspondents include Carl Albert, Page Belcher, Ed Edmondson, John Jarman, A. S. Mike Monroney, Roberta Scott, James V. Smith, Tom Steed, United Service Organizations (U.S.) (newsletter), United States Department of Agriculture Office of the Secretary, United States Department of Defense Office of the Secretary, United States President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped, Leslie R. Kreps, and the International Law Commission for Permanent World Peace.

F 15: Political Affairs, Campaign, Funds, 1967.

Topics include campaign funds in the United States and the election of presidents in the United States.

F 16: Political Affairs, Campaign, Material, Issues, Problems, and Suggestions, 1967.

Topics include United States Democratic Party and the Vietnamese Conflict of 1961-1975.

F 17-18: Political Affairs, Political Committees, 1967.

Topics include Robert F. Kennedy, Democratic Party Oklahoma, and Oklahoma politics and government. Correspondents include United States Democratic National Committee, William G. Kerr, and Otto Strickland.

F 19: Political Affairs, Democratic National Committee, 1967.

Topics include United States politics and government. Correspondents include United States Democratic National Committee.

F 20: Political Affairs, Democratic State Central Committee, 1967.

Topics include Democratic Party Oklahoma and the Democratic Party Oklahoma State Central Committee. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney and William G. Kerr.

F 21: Political Affairs, Senate Democratic Campaign Committee, 1967.

Topics include Senate Democratic Campaign Committee.

F 22: Political Affairs, Constituents, 1966-67.

F 23: Political Affairs, Elections, Congressional Elections, 1967.

F 24: Political Affairs, Personal, 1967.

Topics include Oklahoma politics and government. Correspondents include Clinton P. Anderson, Abraham Ribicoff, and Victor E. Wickersham.

F 25: Political Affairs, State Elections, 1967.

Topics include Oklahoma politics and government.

F 26: Political Affairs, Reapportionment, 1967.

Topics include apportionment (election law) in the United States.

F 27: Political Affairs, Political Relations, 1967.

F 28: Political Affairs, Press. Radio, Television, 1967.

Correspondents include George Nigh and William W. Keeler.

F 29: Post Office, Correspondence, A, 1967.

Topics include United States Post Office Department officials and employees selection and appointment in Oklahoma, postal service employees in Oklahoma, postmasters in Atoka, Oklahoma, rural free delivery in Alva, Oklahoma, and rural mail carriers in Alva, Oklahoma.

F 30: Post Office, Correspondence, Ba-Bl, 1967.

Topics include United States Post Office Department officials and employees selection and appointment in Oklahoma, postmasters in Bixby, Oklahoma, rural free delivery in Blackwell, Oklahoma, and rural mail carriers in Blackwell, Oklahoma. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney, George Nigh, and Tom Steed.

F 31: Post Office, Correspondence, Bo-By, 1967.

Topics include United States Post Office Department officials and employees selection and appointment in Oklahoma, postal service employees in Oklahoma, postmasters in Boley, Oklahoma, postmasters in Bray, Oklahoma, rural free delivery in Braman, Oklahoma, and rural mail carriers in Braman, Oklahoma. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney, Stuart Symington, and Roy E. Grantham.

F 32: Post Office, Correspondence, C, 1967.

Topics include United States Post Office Department officials and employees selection and appointment in Oklahoma, postal service employees in Oklahoma, rural free delivery in Cement, Oklahoma, rural free delivery in Chester, Oklahoma, rural mail carriers in Cement, Oklahoma, and rural mail carriers in Chester, Oklahoma. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney, American Legion Oklahoma, J. H. Arrington, Ed Berrong, and William G. Kerr.

F 33: Post Office, Correspondence, D-F, 1967.

Topics include United States Post Office Department officials and employees selection and appointment in Oklahoma, postmasters in Enid, Oklahoma, postmasters in Ft. Cobb, Oklahoma, rural free delivery in Enid, Oklahoma, rural free delivery in Ft. Cobb, Oklahoma, rural mail carriers in Enid, Oklahoma, and rural mail carriers in Ft. Cobb, Oklahoma. Correspondents include Ed Edmondson, Jed J. Johnson, and A. S. Mike Monroney.

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