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Box 92: Public Relations, Legislation, Constituent Correspondence, C, 1967 - Public Relations, Legislation, Constituent Correspondence, Q-R, 1967

F 1: Public Relations, Legislation, Constituent Correspondence, C, 1967.

Topics include United States National Advisory Commission on Selective Service, draft, fire fighters retirement, import quotas, government employees' life insurance, Kansa Indians, meat inspection, mutual funds, pollution, retirement, social security, Redwood National Park in California, and United States officials and employees pensions. Correspondents include Don H. Clausen, John S. Cooper, Frank Carlson, Howard W. Cannon, and Page Belcher.

F 2: Public Relations, Legislation, Constituent Correspondence, D, 1967.

Topics include campaign funds, copyright, draft, and import quotas.

F 3: Public Relations, Legislation, Constituent Correspondence, E, 1967.

Topics include postal service employees salaries, etc. Correspondents include Sam J. Ervin and Roman L. Hruska.

F 4: Public Relations, Legislation, Constituent Correspondence, F, 1967.

Topics include copyright, draft, and import quotas. Correspondents include Hiram Fong, Paul J. Fannin, and Orville L. Freeman.

F 5: Public Relations, Legislation, Constituent Correspondence, G, 1967.

Topics include draft, import quotas, medical care, monopolies, picketing, post employment benefits, railroads employees pensions, tuition tax credits, United States officials and employees pensions, and the National Capital Visitor's Center in Washington, D.C. (proposed). Correspondents include Robert P. Griffin, John L. McClellan, and Kenneth J. Gray.

F 6: Public Relations, Legislation, Constituent Correspondence, H, 1967.

Topics include attachment and garnishment, copyright, depreciation allowances, draft, import quotas, automobile insurance in the United States, meat inspection, military pensions, national parks and reserves, social security taxes, tariff on textile fabrics, United States magistrates, and the United States Armed Forces reserves. Correspondents include Joseph Montoya, Carl T. Hayden, Vance Hartke, and Clifford P. Hansen.

F 7: Public Relations, Legislation, Constituent Correspondence, I-J, 1967.

Topics include government ownership of banks and banking and import quotas. Correspondents include Daniel K. Inouye, Jacob K. Javits, and A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 8: Public Relations, Legislation, Constituent Correspondence, K, 1967.

Topics include United States officials and employees pensions, air pollution standards, apportionment (election law), draft, fire fighters pensions, gerrymandering, import quotas, tuition tax credit, and United States officials and employees pensions. Correspondents include Edward M. Kennedy and Thomas H. Kuchel.

F 9: Public Relations, Legislation, Constituent Correspondence, L, 1967.

Topics include draft, import quotas, and United States officials and employees pensions. Correspondents include Edward V. Long and Russell B. Long.

F 10: Public Relations, Legislation, Constituent Correspondence, Mc, 1967.

Topics include draft, import quotas, Indians of North America, and social security. Correspondents include Eugene J. McCarthy, W. E. McIntosh, and James E. Hamilton.

F 11: Public Relations, Legislation, Constituent Correspondence, M, 1967.

Topics include draft, import quotas, medical care, military pensions, monopolies, mutual funds, and tuition tax credit. Correspondents include Warren G. Magnuson, Joseph Montoya, Edmund S. Muskie, Karl E. Mundt, Frank E. Moss, A. S. Mike Monroney, Lee Metcalf, Mike Mansfield, and George Murphy.

F 12: Public Relations, Legislation, Constituent Correspondence, N-O, 1967.

Topics include draft, Miami Indians in Oklahoma and the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C. Correspondents include Robert L. Bennett and Henry M. Jackson.

F 13: Public Relations, Legislation, Constituent Correspondence, P, 1967.

Topics include draft, import quotas, Indians of North America, military pensions, social security, Redwood National Park in California, and the National Home Ownership Foundation Act. Correspondents include James B. Pearson, William Proxmire, Philip J. Philbin, Charles H. Percy, and Santiago Polanco-Abreu.

F 14: Public Relations, Legislation, Constituent Correspondence, Q-R, 1967.

Topics include agriculture, banks and banking, campaign funds, cotton trade, draft, home ownership, hospital's emergency services, import quotas, interstate commerce taxation, military pensions, and social security. Correspondents include Russell B. Long, Abraham Ribicoff, and George S. McGovern.

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