FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
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Box 101: Civil Disorder, Commission on Civil Disorder, 1968 - Commerce, Patent Office, 1967

F 1: Civil Disorder, Commission on Civil Disorder, 1968.

Topics include United States Kerner Commission. Correspondents include Wilton Dillon and the Crises in the Nation Conference.

F 2: Civil Disorder, Commission on Civil Disorder, A-C, 1968.

Topics include National Conference of Christians and Jews in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States National Urban Coalition, United States Kerner Commission, poverty in United States, racism in United States, riots in United States, United States race relations, and the Scope Reading Series. Correspondents include E. Sherman Adams (report), John C. Bushman, Bayard Rustin (excerpt), B'nai B'rith Anti-defamation League, Family Service Association of America, and the United States League of Women Voters (program).

F 3: Civil Disorder, Commission on Civil Disorder, D-F, 1968.

Topics include United States Kerner Commission, crime in United States, poverty in United States, racism in United States, and United States race relations. Correspondents include Frank G. Dawson (publication), Wilton Dillon, Oklahoma District Attorney Association (resolution), and Pace College Young Democrats (report).

F 4: Civil Disorder, Commission on Civil Disorder, G-K, 1968.

Topics include Stokely Carmichael, Robert F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr., United States League of Women Voters, United States Kerner Commission, capital punishment in United States, civil rights in United States, discrimination in United States, emigration and immigration law, gun control in United States, police-community relations in Atlanta, Georgia, racism in United States, riots in United States, violent crimes in United States, United States race relations, urban crisis in United States, and the Omnibus Crime Bill. Correspondents include Hyman H. Bookbinder (proposal), David Ginsberg, Otto Kerner, First Baptist Church of Oklahoma City (resolution), and the Committee for Action on the Riot Report (petition).

F 5: Civil Disorder, Commission on Civil Disorder, L-M, 1968.

Topics include Robert F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr., United States Kerner Commission, hunger in United States, racism in United States, riots in United States, social justice, Vietnamese Conflict 1961-1975, and United States race relations. Correspondents include James O. Eastland, John V. Lindsay, Louis E. Lomax, Gary T. Marx (report), Walter F. Mondale (speech), American Public Health Association, B'nai B'rith Women (program), National Conference of Christians and Jews, C. C. Sutton, Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York, New York (program), and the Committee For Implementation.

F 6: Civil Disorder, Commission on Civil Disorder, N-S, 1968.

Topics include Martin Luther King Jr., United States Kerner Commission, civil rights in United States, discrimination in United States, poverty in United States, and violence in United States. Correspondents include Girl Scouts of the United States of America, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (publication), and Donald Quinn (proposal).

F 7: Civil Disorder, Commission on Civil Disorder, S-Z, 1968.

Topics include United States Kerner Commission, National Symposium on Law Enforcement Science and Technology 2nd (Chicago) 1968, gun control, poverty in United States, public welfare in United States, racism in United States, riot control in United States, United States race relations, and urban opportunities. Correspondents include Arnold Sagalyn (speech), and Aaron Scheinfeld (reports).

F 8: Civil Disorder, Riots, 1968.

Topics include Robert F. Kennedy, United States Kerner Commission, capital punishment in United States, discrimination in United States, racism in United States, violence in United States, and United States race relations. Correspondents include Saul Bellow (article), Ramsey Clark, Price M. Cobbs (statement), Reuven Frank, Erich Fromm, Billy Graham (article), Erwin N. Griswold, J. Edgar Hoover (article), James J. Kavanaugh (article), Marya Mannes (article), Bayard Rustin (article), Arthur M. Schlesinger, Donald H. Weiss (essay), Harrison A. Williams (reports), NBC News, United States Department of Justice, United States National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence, and Bruce S. Gelb (speech).

F 9: Civil Disorder, Riots, 1968.

Note: The issue of Mining Congress Journal contained in this folder includes an editorial about the April 1968 student unrest at Columbia University in New York. Topics include Robert F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr., Columbia University Riot 1968, United States Students for a Democratic Society, United States Kerner Commission, discrimination, Poor People's Campaign, racism in United States, riots in New York, New York, violence in United States, youth in United States, and United States race relations. Correspondents include Thomas Bradley, Herbert T. Jenkins (speech), Henry J. Taylor (publication), American Civil Liberties Union Roger Baldwin Foundation, American Mining Congress (journal), National Association of Insurance Agents, National Society of Professional Engineers, Joe Exendine, Burt L. Talcott, Ed Wimmer, and the Oklahoma Association of Insurance Agents.

F 10: Civil Rights, General, 1968.

F 11: Civil Rights, Commission on Civil Rights, 1968.

Topics include United States Kerner Commission, racism in United States, riots in United States, violence in United States, and United States race relations. Correspondents include LaDonna Harris.

F 12: Civil Rights, Communists Working in Defense Plants, 1968.

Topics include communism in United States and the McCarran Act.

F 13: Civil Rights, Legislation, 1968.

Topics include United States Department of Justice, urban renewal, and voting age in United States. Correspondents include United States Housing and Home Finance Agency.

F 14: Civil Rights, Prayer in Schools, 1968.

Note: This folder consists largely of postal cards, written correspondence, and petitions from citizens who supported re-admittance of prayer in public schools. Topics include prayer in the public schools in United States and religion in the public schools in United States. Correspondents include Everett M. Dirksen (resolutions) and the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America.

F 15: Civil Rights, Supreme Court, 1968.

F 16: Civil Service, General, 1968.

Topics include electronic data processing personnel in United States, civil-military relations, civil service retirement, pensions in United States, tax deductions, United States officials and employees retirement, United States officials and employees selection and appointment, and the National Association of Retired Civil Employees. Correspondents include National Association of Postmasters of the United States (newsletter), United Federation of Postal Clerks of Oklahoma, United Mine Workers of America Welfare and Retirement Fund (report), United States Civil Service Commission, United States Civil Service Commission Bureau of Policies and Standards, Oklahoma Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, and the Interagency Board of U.S. Civil Service Examiners in Oklahoma.

F 17: Newspaper Clippings, 1968.

Topics include Henry Bellmon, Edward W. Brooke, John B. Connally, LaDonna Harris, Mark O. Hatfield, Hubert H. Humphrey, Lyndon B. Johnson, Edward M. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, John V. Lindsay, Eugene J. McCarthy, Walter F. Mondale, Edmund S. Muskie, Richard Nixon, Charles H. Percy, Ronald Reagan, George W. Romney, Sargent Shriver, John G. Tower, Harry S. Truman, George C. Wallace, United States Kerner Commission, youth participation in crime prevention in the United States, poverty in United States, presidential candidates in United States, presidential election in the United States in 1968, racism in United States, riots in United States, vice-presidential candidates in United States, Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975, and United States race relations.

F 18: Harris Magazine Specials, 1968.

Topics include Hubert H. Humphrey, Edward M. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Walter F. Mondale, United States Kerner Commission, poverty in United States, presidential election in the United States in 1968, and riots in United States.

F 19: Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1968.

Topics include Jackson E. Betts, census, and right of privacy. Correspondents include Carnegie Corporation of New York (publication), and the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

F 20: Commerce, Exports, 1968.

Topics include Wayne L. Morse, Allied Stores Corporation, exports in Oklahoma, Export-Import Bank of the United States, foreign trade regulation, international trade, Oklahoma commerce, lumber exports, regional export expansion, and the Agribusiness Industry Advisory Committee. Correspondents include Orville L. Freeman, Union Carbide Corporation (statement), United States Bureau of International Commerce (publication), United States Department of Agriculture, United States Department of Commerce, C. R. Smith, and the Oklahoma Lumbermen's Association.

F 21: Commerce, Federal Trade Commission, 1968.

F 22: Commerce, Imports, 1968.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on Finance, balance of trade, import quotas, marks of origin, agricultural imports in United States, copper imports in United States, meat imports in United States, mining imports in United States, petroleum imports in United States, steel imports in United States, and the Iron and Steel Orderly Trade Act of 1967. Correspondents include Brotherhood of Painters, Decorators, and Paperhangers of America, American National Cattlemen's Association (statement), National Association of Secondary Material Industries, National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (resolution), Nation-Wide Committee on Import-Export Policy, Oklahoma State Department of Agriculture, United States Bureau of Customs, United States Department of Agriculture (press release), United States Foreign Agricultural Service, United Steelworkers of America, American Institute for Imported Steel, Inc. (statement), and the Southern Association of State Departments of Agriculture.

F 23: Commerce, Imports, 1968.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on Finance, United States House Committee on Ways and Means, import quotas, tariff law and legislation, beef imports, mink imports, steel imports, and the Iron and Steel Orderly Trade Act of 1967. Correspondents include Jacob K. Javits (speech), American Iron and Steel Institute (Press Release), Emergency Committee for American Trade, St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Co, United States-Japan Trade Council (publication), American International Charolais Association, Flint Steel Corporation (statement), and the New Orleans Steamship Association.

F 24: Commerce, Interstate Commerce Commission, 1968.

Topics include Frank E. Moss, United States Senate Committee on Finance, door-to-door selling, explosives transportation, taxation in United States, and the Interstate Taxation Act. Correspondents include John B. Connally, American Trucking Association, National Farmers' Union, Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association, Oklahoma Farmers Union, United States Interstate Commerce Commission, and American Farm Lines.

F 25: Commerce, Ozarks Regional Commission, 1968.

Topics include United States Small Business Administration, domestic economic assistance in United States, economic development, and the Ozark Mountains. Correspondents include Bernard Goss (report), George F. Maher, Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives, United States Ozarks Regional Commission, United States Bureau of Employment Security, United States Economic Development Association, Green River Kraft, and the Ozarka Regional Development Association.

F 26: Commerce, Patent Office, 1967.

Correspondents include United States Patent Office.

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