FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
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Box 104

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Box 104: Economy, Proposals from Local Agencies, 1968 - Education. Vocational, Manpower Power Development Conference, 1967-1968

F 1: Economy, Proposals from Local Agencies, 1968.

Topics include United States Community Action Program in Oklahoma, community development, American economic assistance in India, economic development projects, food stamps, hunger in United States, and the War On Poverty. Correspondents include Orville L. Freeman, Cooperative League of the U.S.A., Southern Oklahoma Development Association, United States Bureau of the Budget, United States Department of Agriculture, and the United States Office of Education.

F 2: Education, Adult Education, 1968.

Topics include Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity, agricultural laborers education, Indians of North America languages, and secretaries. Correspondents include the United States League of Women Voters in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, and the United States Office of Education.

F 3: Education, Bilingual Programs, 1968.

Topics include bilingual education law and legislation.

F 4: Education, Exchange Students, 1968.

Topics include student exchange programs. Correspondents include Oklahoma City University, United States Department of State, United States Office of Education, and John F. Olson.

F 5: Education, Federal Aid to Education, 1968.

Topics include Lister Hill, United States National Teacher Corps, federal aid to higher education in Oklahoma, student aid, student loan funds, Elementary and Secondary Education Act, Higher Education Amendments of 1968, and the National Defense Education Act. Correspondents include E. T. Dunlap, Lyndon B. Johnson (statement), Gaylord Nelson, Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, United States Peace Corps, United States Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Office of Education, and Oscar V. Rose.

F 6: Education, Federal Aid to Education, Correspondence, A-H, 1968.

Topics include George H. Mahon, federal aid to education, Indians of North America education in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Elementary and Secondary Education Act, and the National Defense Education Act.

F 7: Education, Federal Aid to Education, Correspondence, K-W, 1968.

Topics include federal aid to education, Elementary and Secondary Education Act, and the National Defense Education Act. Correspondents include Oklahoma State Department of Education, United States Office of Education, and Oscar V. Rose.

F 8: Education, International Education Act, 1968.

Topics include international education and the International Education Act of 1966. Correspondents include United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare.

F 9: Education, Learning Systems, 1968.

Topics include instructional systems and the Neighborhood Development Youth Program.

F 10: Education, Libraries, 1968.

Topics include federal aid to libraries in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Oklahoma Department of Libraries, Oklahoma State Department of Education, Oklahoma Library Association, United States Office of Economic Opportunity in Austin, Texas, and the United States Office of Education.

F 11: Education, Scholarships, 1968.

Topics include student aid and student loan funds. Correspondents include United States Department of State and the United States Office of Education.

F 12: Education, Scholarships for Indians, 1968.

Topics include Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity, Indians of North America education, and Indians of North America scholarships, fellowships, etc. Correspondents include LaDonna Harris, Overton James, Inter-Tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma, Osage Tribal Council, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Paul Pitts (principal chief of the Osage Tribal Council).

F 13-14: Education, Schools, 1967-1968.

Topics include cooperative education, rural education, educational law and legislation, federal aid to education in Oklahoma, Health Manpower Amendments of 1968, juvenile delinquents education, public schools in United States, school management and organization, and Work Study. Correspondents include LaDonna Harris, Robert B. Kamm, Maria Tallchief, Bank Street College of Education, Oklahoma State Department of Education, Oklahoma State University, and the United States Office of Education.

F 15: Education, Schools. Colleges and Universities, 1968.

Topics include community education, higher education in Oklahoma, federal aid to higher education in Oklahoma, nursing study and teaching, student housing, and training of teachers for universities and colleges in Oklahoma. Correspondents include J. Herbert Holloman, Robert B. Kamm, William B. Spong, East Central State College in Ada, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State Department of Vocational and Technical Education, Oklahoma Baptist University, Oklahoma State University, Southeastern State College in Durant, Oklahoma, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, United States Office of Education, University of Oklahoma, University of Tulsa, and the Research and Development Institute of the United States.

F 16: Education, Schools. Colleges and Universities, 1968.

Topics include draft, higher education in Oklahoma, federal aid to higher education in Oklahoma, federal aid to research in Oklahoma, and universities and colleges in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Robert B. Kamm, Oklahoma College of Liberal Arts, Oklahoma State University, United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, and the United States Federal Highway Administration.

F 17: Education, Schools. Indians, 1968.

Topics include bilingual education and Indians of North America Education. Correspondents include United States Public Health Service.

F 18: Education, Schools. Indian Schools run by Bureau of Indian Affairs,1968.

Topics include Indians of North America education. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs and the United States Office of Education.

F 19: Education, Schools, Public, 1968.

Topics include bilingual education, federal aid to education in Oklahoma, Indians of North America in Education, national school lunch program, public schools in Oklahoma, and school integration. Correspondents include National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in McAlester, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State Department of Education, Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, United States Department of Agriculture, and the United States Office of Education.

F 20: Education, Schools, University of the United States, 1968.

Topics include higher education in Washington, D.C. Correspondents include Bureau of Social Science Research in Washington, D.C. (report).

F 21: Education, Vocational, 1968.

Topics include agriculture study and teaching, federal aid to vocational education in Oklahoma, home economics study and teaching, nursing study and teaching, occupational training, vocational education in Oklahoma, and manpower training. Correspondents include B. D. Eddie, Francis Tuttle, Future Farmers of America, Oklahoma State Board of Vocational and Technical Education, Oklahoma Board of Nurse Registration and Nursing Education, Oklahoma State Nurses Association, Oklahoma State University Technical Branch in Okmulgee, Oklahoma, United States Ozarks Regional Commission Southeastern State College in Durant, Oklahoma, United States Department of Labor, United States General Services Administration, United States Office of Education, Oklahoma Vocational Agricultural Teachers' Association, Inc., and the Socio-Economic Institute in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

F 22: Education, Vocational, Manpower Development Conference, 1967 - 1968.

Topics include rural development projects, and rural-urban migration. Correspondents include Orville L. Freeman (speech), George S. McGovern, (speech), E. W. Mueller, (speech), and Oklahoma State University.

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