FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
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Box 97

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Box 97: Taxes, Constituent Correspondence, 1967 - Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, 1968

F 1: Taxes, Constituent Correspondence, 1967.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on Finance, social security law and legislation, social security taxes in the United States, surtax law and legislation in the United States, and taxation law and legislation in the United States.

F 2: Taxes, Constituent Correspondence, 1967.

Topics include American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, budget in the United States, social security taxes law and legislation in the United States, surtax law and legislation in the United States, taxation law and legislation in the United States, and Vietnamese Conflict of 1961-1975.

F 3: Taxes, Constituent Correspondence, Income Tax, 1967.

Topics include Lyndon B. Johnson, United States Commission on Noxious and Obscene Matters and Materials, United States Congress Joint Economic Committee, United States Subversive Activities Control Board, federal land banks in the United States, income tax in law and legislation in the United States, social security taxes in the United States, surtax law and legislation in the United States, Vietnamese Conflict of 1961-1975, and Simon McHugh. Correspondents include Page Belcher, Albert S. Herlong, Metropolitan Tulsa Chamber of Commerce, and the United States Internal Revenue Service.

F 4: Taxes, Constituent Correspondence, Income Tax, 1967.

Topics include income taxes in the United States, surtax law and legislation in the United States, taxation law and legislation in the United States, and the Vietnamese Conflict of 1961-1975. Correspondents include Robert B. Kamm, American Farm Bureau Federation, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Apco Oil Corporation, United States Internal Revenue Service, and Tax Council.

F 5: Taxes, Constituent Correspondence, State, 1967.

Topics include taxation law and legislation in the United States.

F 6: Trade, Import-Export Matters, 1967.

Topics include import quotas in the United States and trade regulation in the United States. Correspondents include American Importers Association, United States League of Women Voters, Chemical National Resources, and the U.S.-Austrian Chamber of Commerce.

F 7: Trade, Tariffs, Trade Agreements, 1967.

Topics include flat glass industry in the United States, tariff law and legislation in the United States, and the Trade Expansion Act of 1962. Correspondents include Margaret Chase Smith and the Stone, Glass, and Clay Coordinating Committee.

F 8: Trade, Fair Trade, 1967.

Topics include generic drugs in the United States, pharmaceutical industry in the United States, and trade regulations in the United States. Correspondents include United States Business and Defense Services Administration.

F 9: Trade, Trading with the Enemy, 1967.

Topics include trade regulations in the United States. Correspondents include Trade Relations Council of the United States.

F 10: Un-American Activities, Communism, 1967.

Topics include Lyndon B. Johnson, Thurgood Marshall, Otto F. Otepka, United States Supreme Court officials and employees selection and appointment, communism in Cuba, communism in the United States, draft resisters in the United States, flag desecration in the United States, Vietnamese Conflict of 1961-1975, Maryann Weissman, and Subversive Activities Control Act Amendments. Correspondents include Dewey F. Bartlett, Joseph D. Tydings, National Sojourners Inc., Oklahoma Office of the Governor, American Bar Association Standing Committee on Education about Communism and Its Contrast with Liberty Under Law, American-Southern Africa Council, and the Life Line Foundation (publication).

F 11: Utilities, Communications, 1967.

Topics include telephone directories and yellow pages. Correspondents include California Public Utilities Commission.

F 12: Utilities, Power, Lights, 1967.

Topics include renewable energy sources in the United States and water-power in the United States. Correspondents include United States Department of the Interior Office of the Secretary.

F 13: Utilities, Transportation, 1967.

Topics include International Conference on Urban Transportation in Pittsburgh 1967 and urban transportation in the United States. Correspondents include Ford Motor Corporation (booklet) and the National Safety Council (press release).

F 14: Utilities, Rail Carriers, 1967.

Topics include railroads in the United States. Correspondents include Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company.

F 15: Veterans, General, 1967.

Topics include disabled American veterans, American national cemeteries, veterans in Oklahoma, veterans in Philippines during World War 1939-1945, and the Mail from Home Project. Correspondents include Frederick B. Rooney, American Veterans of World War II, Korea, and Vietnam, Foundation for Economic Education Inc. (publication), Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States in Oklahoma, and Veterans & Citizens Against Communism.

F 16: Veterans, Insurance, 1967.

Topics include insurance group, military pensions in the United States, and Servicemen's Group Life Insurance Program Amendments of 1967. Correspondents include United States Veterans Benefits Administration (booklet).

F 17: Administration, Personnel, 1968.

Topics include United States officials and employees selection and appointment. Correspondents include United States Senate Office of the Sergeant at Arms.

F 18: Administration, Applications for Positions, 1968.

Topics include capitol pages selection and appointment in the United States. Correspondents include Frank J. Lausche.

F 19: Administration, Administrative Memoranda, 1968.

Correspondents include B. Everett Jordan, United States Senate Committee on Government Operations, and the United States Senate Office of the Sergeant at Arms.

F 20: Administration, Bills, Vouchers, Invoices, Purchase Orders, 1968.

Correspondents include Everett M. Dirksen, Mike Mansfield, and the United States Senate Office of the Sergeant at Arms.

F 21: Administration, Budget, 1968.

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

F 22: Agriculture, Animals and Animal Products, 1968.

Topics include agricultural industries in Oklahoma, beef industry in the United States, cattle trade in the United States, and wild horses in the United States. Correspondents include James V. Smith, American Beekeeping Federation, Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association, United States Bureau of Land Management, United States Consumer and Marketing Service, National Cattlemen's Market Stabilization Association, and the Oklahoma Animal Protection League.

F 23: Agriculture, Commodities, 1968.

Topics include International Grains Arrangement of 1967, agriculture and state, bee culture, beekeepers in Oklahoma, cotton trade in the United States, farm produce in the United States, honey, peanut industry, pecan industry, pesticides law and legislation in the United States, sugarcane, wheat price, and wheat trade in the United States. Correspondents include Virgil Browne, Orville L. Freeman, Carl T. Hayden, Joseph Montoya, American Beekeeping Federation, Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America, National Cotton Council of America, National Grange, Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service, United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association, United States Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, United States Senate Committee on Finance, United States Department of Agriculture, United States Department of Agriculture Office of the Secretary, United States Department of Commerce Office of the Secretary (press release), United States Office of the Special Representative for trade negotiations, United States Soil Conservation Service, Western Farmers Electric Cooperative, World Coffee Information Center, Grain Sorghum Producers Association, Great Plains Wheat Inc., National Association of Wheat Growers, Oklahoma Beekeepers Association, Oklahoma Cotton Cooperative Association Congress, Oklahoma Pecan Shellers, Southern Cotton Growers Inc., and Southwestern Peanut Growers' Association.

F 24: Agriculture, Dairies and Dairy Products, 1968.

Topics include dairy products industry in the United States and milk price. Correspondents include Evaporated Milk Association, Milk Industry Foundation, and the United States Consumer and Marketing Service.

F 25A: Agriculture, Entomology, 1968.

Topics include environmental pesticides aspects in the United States and tick control. Correspondents include Allen J. Ellender and the United States Department of Agriculture Office of the Secretary.

F 25B: Agriculture, Poultry and Poultry Products, 1968.

Topics include meat inspection, poultry industry in the United States, and the Wholesome Poultry Products Act. Correspondents include Andrew J. Biemiller, Thomas S. Foley, Joseph Montoya, Graham B. Purcell, Neal E. Smith, Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butchers Workmen of North America, American Federation of Government Employees, AFL-CIO Department of Legislation, National Broiler Council, and the Oklahoma State Department of Agriculture.

F 26: Agriculture, Farm Programs, 1968.

Topics include agricultural administration in the United States, agriculture and state in the United States, and the government farm program. Correspondents include National Association of Counties, United States Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, United States Department of Agriculture (press releases), and the Oklahoma Association of Farmer Elected Committeemen.

F 27A-27B: Agriculture, Farmers Home Administration, 1968.

Topics include agricultural credit in Oklahoma, rural housing in Oklahoma, sewerage in Oklahoma, rural water-supply, and the Oklahoma Rural Water Program. Correspondents include Langston University, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (newsletter), Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives, United States Bureau of the Budget, United States Department of Agriculture Office of the General Counsel, United States Farmers Home Administration, United States Federal Housing Administration, United States Rural Community Development Service, and the United States Soil Conservation Service.

F 28: Agriculture, Agricultural Experimental Station, 1968.

Topics include agriculture research in the United States. Correspondents include Southern Forest Experiment Station in New Orleans, Louisiana.

F 29: Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, 1968.

Topics include flood control in Oklahoma, Black Fork Creek in Oklahoma, Stroud Lake in Oklahoma, Black Fork Watershed Project, and the Oklahoma Watershed Project. Correspondents include American Business Press, National Newspaper Association, Oklahoma State Soil Conservation Board, Southern Oklahoma Development Association, United States Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, United States Forest Service, United States Soil Conservation Service, and the Agricultural Publishers Association.

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