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Box 98: Agriculture, Rural Electrification Administration, 1968 - Humphrey Campaign, Budget, Financing and Agricultural Briefing, 1968.

F 1: Agriculture, Rural Electrification Administration, 1968.

Topics include United States Federal Power Commission, rural electrification in Oklahoma, rural electrification in the United States, and the Federal Power Act Amendment of 1967. Correspondents include National Council of Farmer Cooperatives (pamphlet), National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives, and the United States Rural Electrification Administration.

F 2: Agriculture, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service,1968.

Topics include Agricultural Conservation Program in Oklahoma, agriculture finance, agriculture and state in Oklahoma, small farms in Oklahoma, and soil erosion in Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States National Association of Wheat Growers Foundation Committee on National Farm Programs.

F 3: Agriculture, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service,1967.

Topics include agriculture finance, agriculture and state in Oklahoma, small farms in Oklahoma, cotton programs, and wheat programs. Correspondents include Orville L. Freeman and the United States Department of Agriculture.

F 4: Agriculture, Food Stamp Program, 1968.

Topics include food stamps. Correspondents include Orville L. Freeman (press release), Lloyd Rader, Oklahoma Department of Public Welfare, and the United States Department of Agriculture Office of the Secretary.

F 5: Agriculture, Federal Crop Insurance Corporation, 1968.

Topics include crop insurance in the United States. Correspondents include Orville L. Freeman and the United States Department of Agriculture Office of the Secretary.

F 6: Agriculture, Soil Surveys, 1968.

Topics include soil surveys in Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States Soil Conservation Service.

F 7: Agriculture, Department of Agriculture, 1968.

Topics include United States Department of Agriculture appropriations and expenditures, food relief in the United States, and the Agriculture Appropriations Bill. Correspondents include Jacob K. Javits, National Sharecroppers Fund, and the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.

F 8A-8B: Book, Alarms and Hopes, 1968.

Page proofs of book. Correspondents include Harper & Row, Publishers.

F 9: Book, Alarms and Hopes, Correspondence, 1968.

Correspondents include Carl Albert, Robert T. Ashmore, Edward L. Bartlett, Tom Bevill, John A. Blatnik, James C. Boggs, Richard W. Bolling, Edward W. Brooke, Jack Brooks, Garry Brown, Quentin N. Burdick, J. Herbert Burke, Howard W. Cannon, Joseph S. Clark, Delwin Clawson, E. De La Garza, William L. Dickinson, Thomas J. Dodd, Samue; N. Friedel, J. William Fulbright, Richard H. Fulton, Cornelius E. Gallagher, Ezekiel C. Gathings, Henry B. Gonzalez, Edith Green, Richard T. Hanna, George Hansen, Julia Butler Hansen, Vance Hartke, William D. Hathaway, Carl T. Hayden, Lister Hill, Chet Holifield, Spessard L. Holland, Frank J. Horton, Daniel K. Inouye, Charles R. Jonas, B. Everett Jordan, Thomas S. Kleppe, John C. Kluczynski, Frank J. Lausche, Warren G. Magnuson, Eugene J. McCarthy, John L. McClellan, George S. McGovern, Lee Metcalf, Wilbur D. Mills, Patsy T. Mink, A. S. Mike Monroney, Frank B. Morse, Frank E. Moss, John E. Moss, Daniel P. Moynihan, George Murphy, John Myers, William F. Nichols, John O. Pastore, Edward J. Patten, William Proxmire, Jennings Randolph, Ogden R. Reid, John J. Rhodes, John J. Rooney, Donald H. Rumsfield, Philip E. Ruppe, Robert L. F. Sikes, George A. Smathers, Margaret Chase Smith, John Sparkman, Robert G. Stephens, Samuel S. Stratton, Olin E. Teague, Willard Wirtz, John W. Wydler, Harper & Row, Publishers, United States Office of the Special Counsel, H. Brenner, Robert V. Denney, Odin Langen, Richard D. McCarthy, Jerry L. Pettis, Charlotte T. Reid, William J. Scherle, John M. Zwach, and the Carnegie Study of the Education of Educators.

F 10: Book, Alarms and Hopes, Correspondence, 1968.

Correspondents include Wilburn Cartwright, Silvio O. Conte, Leverett Edwards, Martha Wright Griffiths, Ernest Gruening, Mark O. Hatfield, Melvin R. Laird, John V. Lindsay, Don McBride, Thomas P. Tip O'Neill, James H. Quillen, and Strom Thurmond.

F 11: Appropriations, General, 1968.

Topics include Lister Hill, National Center for Biomedical Communications, United States National Teacher Corps, Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity, United States Department of Agriculture appropriations and expenditures, United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare appropriations and expenditures, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development appropriations and expenditures, United States Department of the Interior appropriations and expenditures in Oklahoma, Indians of North America legal status, laws, etc., mineral rights, vocational education, Bermuda Islands, Fort Cobb Reservoir in Oklahoma, United States Independent Offices appropriations and expenditures, and the Agriculture Appropriations Act. Correspondents include Carl Albert, Andrew J. Biemiller, Robert C. Byrd, Ed Edmondson, Orville L. Freeman, Spessard L. Holland, Hubert H. Humphrey, Jacob K. Javits, Robert B. Kamm, George S. McGovern, Gaylord Nelson, John O. Pastore, Lloyd Rader, Richard B. Russell, Tom Steed, Willard Wirtz, AFL-CIO, Farm Journal Inc, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Oklahoma Department of Public Welfare, Oklahoma State University, United States Ozarks Regional Commission, Skelly Oil Company, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States Bureau of Reclamation, United States Office of Civil Defense, United States Soil Conservation Service, Oscar Rose, and the Bermuda Trade Development Board (memorandum).

F 12: Appropriations, Federal Appropriations, 1968.

Topics include United States Bureau of Reclamation, United States Department of Agriculture appropriations and expenditures, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development appropriations and expenditures, United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration appropriations and expenditures, United States Rural Electrification Administration, United States Soil Conservation Service appropriations and expenditures, agricultural conservation program, civil defense in Oklahoma, flood control in Oklahoma, National School Lunch Program, roads design and construction, roads finance, soil conservation projects in Oklahoma, United States independent offices appropriations and expenditures, Waurika Reservoir in Oklahoma, Agricultural Conservation Programs for 1969, and the Federal Highway Aid Highway Program of 1968. Correspondents include William Proxmire, Stephen M. Young, American Forestry Association, National Congress of Parents and Teachers, National Education Association of the United States, Oklahoma Department of Civil Defense, Oklahoma Department of Highways, Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association, Oklahoma Congress of Parents and Teachers, Oklahoma water Resources Board, United States Department of the Interior (press release), United States Office of Civil Defense, Arbuckle Soil and Water Conservation District, Association of Oklahoma General Contractors Highway-Heavy Construction Division, Beaver Creek Watershed Improvement Association, Deep Fork Watershed Association, Oklahoma Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts, Oklahoma Memorial Association, and the Upstream Flood Control Conservation Contractors Association.

F 13: Appropriations, State Appropriations, 1968.

Topics include federal aid to transportation in Oklahoma, federal aid to water resources development in Oklahoma, and the Red River in Texas and Louisiana. Correspondents include Oklahoma Department of Highways and the Red River Valley Association.

F 14: Appropriations, Department of the Interior, 1968.

Topics include United States Department of the Interior appropriations and expenditures, Indians of North America education in Oklahoma, kindergarten, federal aid to education in Oklahoma, flood control in the United States, and the Johnson-O'Malley Act. Correspondents include League of Women Voters of Oklahoma.

F 15: Appropriations, Army Corps of Engineers, 1968.

Topics include United States Army Corps of Engineers appropriations and expenditures, flood control in Louisiana, public works in the United States, Lake Pontchartrain, and Louisiana and Vicinity Hurricane Protection Project. Correspondents include Don McBride, Louisiana Board of Levee Commissioners of the Orleans Levee District and the United States Army Office of the Chief of Engineers.

F 16: Associations and Committees, Civic, Citizens, Fraternal, 1968.

Topics include United States Senate Youth Program. Correspondents include Richard E. Lankford, Catholic Relief Services, National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America Church World Service, Propeller Club of the United States, United Jewish Appeal, International Platform Association, National Foundation to Increase Public Understanding of Congress, and the William Randolph Hearst Foundation.

F 17: Humphrey Campaign, Advance Men Assignments, 1968.

Topics include Hubert H. Humphrey, United States Democratic Party, electioneering in the United States, presidential candidates in the United States, and the presidential election in the United States in 1968.

F 18: Humphrey Campaign, Advertising, 1968.

Topics include Hubert H. Humphrey, United States Democratic Party, electioneering in the United States, presidential candidates in the United States, and the presidential election in the United States in 1968. Correspondents include United Democrats for Humphrey.

F 19-20: Humphrey Campaign, Budget, Financing and Agricultural Briefing, 1968.

Topics include Hubert H. Humphrey, United States Democratic Party, electioneering in the United States, presidential candidates in the United States, and the presidential election in the United States in 1968. Correspondents include United Democrats for Humphrey.

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