FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 95

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Box 95: Social Security, Medicare, 1967 - Subcommittee on Government Research, News Articles, 1967

F 1-3: Social Security, Medicare, 1967.

Topics include medicare claims administration in Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, United States Social Security Administration, and Carl H. Guild (folder 1).

F 4: Social Security, Medicare, Home Care, 1967.

Topics include United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, United States Social Security Administration, and nursing homes in the United States. Correspondents include Wilbur J. Cohen, American Nursing Home Association, and the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

F 5: Social Security, Medicare. Hospital Participation, 1967.

Topics include nursing homes in the United States. Correspondents include Donald F. Turner, Oklahoma State Department of Health, United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, United States Department of Justice, and the United States Social Security Administration.

F 6: Social Security, Reader's Digest Article, 1967.

Topics include social security law and legislation in the United States. Correspondents include Wilbur J. Cohen.

F 7: Social Security, Reimbursement Procedure, 1967.

Topics include medicare, nursing homes in the United States, and social security law and legislation in the United States. Correspondents include Saint Anthony's Hospital in Oklahoma City, United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, and the United States Social Security Administration.

F 8: Senate Committee on Government Operations, 1967.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on Government Operations and federal aid to research in the United States. Correspondents include United States Department of Agriculture.

F 9: Senate Committee on Government Operations, Subcommittee on Government Research, 1967.

Topics include United States National Institutes of Health, United States Public Health Service, and federal aid to medical research. Correspondents include John L. McClellan, Navy League of the United States, United States Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research, and the Fountain Committee (report).

F 10: Subcommittee on Government Research, American Chemical Society, 1967.

Topics include chemical literature in the United States. Correspondents include the American Chemical Society Chemical Abstracts Service.

F 11: Subcommittee on Government Research, American Institute of Physics, 1967.

F 12: Subcommittee on Government Research, Bibliography, 1967.

Topics include United States Congress Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research.

F 13: Subcommittee on Government Research, Brookings Institution, 1967.

F 14: Subcommittee on Government Research, Budget, 1967.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research appropriations and expenditures.

F 15: Subcommittee on Government Research, Correspondence, 1967.

Topics include United States National Science Foundation, United States Congress Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research, and federal aid to research in the United States. Correspondents include B. Everett Jordan, Robert F. Kennedy, Joseph M. Montoya, James A. Rhodes, United States Ozarks Regional Commission, Research Triangle Park in North Carolina (brochure), United States Congress House Committee on Government Operations Research and Technical Programs Subcommittee, United States Department of Defense, United States Department of the Interior, United States Office of Science and Technology, University of Oklahoma Research Institute, Midas-International Corporation (booklet), and the Ohio State Advisory Council on Unemployment Compensation Bureau of Unemployment and Compensation.

F 16: Subcommittee on Government Research, Hearing Letters, 1967.

Topics include United States Congress Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research and federal aid to research. Correspondents include Wallace F. Bennett, Allan Bible, Robert C. Byrd, Jordan B. Everett, Daniel K. Inouye, James B. Pearson, Richard B. Russell, John Sparkman, Stuart Symington, Strom Thurmond, Milton R. Young, and Auburn University.

F 17: Subcommittee on Government Research, Hearing. Planning, 1967.

Topics include United States National Science Foundation and federal aid to research in the United States. Correspondents include Carl T. Curtis (statement), Lyndon B. Johnson, United States Congress Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research, and the United States Office of the White House Press Secretary (press release).

F 18: Subcommittee on Government Research, Hearing, Witnesses' Correspondence, 1967.

Topics include Lyndon B. Johnson and federal aid to research in the United States. Correspondents include J. Herbert Hollomon, B. Everett Jordan, John L. McClellan, Walter F. Mondale, Edmund S. Muskie, Appalachian Regional Commission, United States National Academy of Sciences, United States National Science Foundation, United States Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research, and the United States Office of Science and Technology.

F 19: Subcommittee on Government Research, Hearing, S. 843, 1967.

Topics include social policy in the United States and the Full Opportunity and Social Accounting Act of 1967. Correspondents include Walter F. Mondale, Ford Foundation, and the United States Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research.

F 20: Subcommittee on Government Research, Meet the Press, 1967.

Topics include riots in the United States

F 21: Subcommittee on Government Research, Miscellaneous, 1967.

Topics include federal aid to research in the United States and venture capital in the United States.

F 22: Subcommittee on Government Research, Miscellaneous, Ralph E. Lapp,1967.

Topics include United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration, federal aid to research in the United States, military weapons in the United States, and science and state in the United States.

F 23: Subcommittee on Government Research, Miscellaneous, Bert Gross, 1967.

Topics include civil rights in the United States and discrimination in the United States. Correspondents include Bertram M. Gross.

F 24: Subcommittee on Government Research, National Academy of Sciences, 1967.

F 25: Subcommittee on Government Research, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1967.

F 26: Subcommittee on Government Research, National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities, 1967.

Topics include federal aid to research in the United States, federal aid to humanities in the United States, and the National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities Act of 1965.

F 27: Subcommittee on Government Research, National Institute of Health,1967.

Correspondents include United States Public Health Service.

F 28: Subcommittee on Government Research, National Research Council, 1967.

Topics include federal aid to research in the United States. Correspondents include United States National Academy of Sciences.

F 29: Subcommittee on Government Research, National Science Foundation,1967.

Topics include Kitt Peak National Observatory and federal aid to research in the United States. Correspondents include United States Council of Social Science Data Archives (booklet) and United States General Accounting Office.

F 30: Subcommittee on Government Research, News Articles, 1967.

Topics include federal aid to research in the United States.

F 31: Subcommittee on Government Research, News Articles, 1967.

Topics include Walter F. Mondale, federal aid to education in the United States, federal aid to research in the United States, and the Full Opportunity and Social Accounting Act of 1967.

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