FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
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Box 109

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Box 109: Foreign Relations, Constituent Correspondence, A-F, 1968 - Health, Drug Studies, 1968

F 1: Foreign Relations, Constituent Correspondence, A-F, 1968.

Topics include Lyndon B. Johnson, international finance, Pueblo Incident of 1968, Vietnamese Conflict of 1961-1975, United States foreign relations from 1963-1969, and the Mansfield Resolution. Correspondents include Frank Church and the Japanese American Citizens' League.

F 2: Foreign Relations, Constituent Correspondence, G-M, 1968.

Topics include Lyndon B. Johnson, international finance, Vietnamese Conflict of 1961-1975, United States foreign relations of 1963-1969, and the Mansfield Resolution. Correspondents include Mark O. Hatfield.

F 3: Foreign Relations, Constituent Correspondence, N-Z, 1968.

Topics include Lyndon B. Johnson, international finance, Pueblo Incident of 1968, Vietnamese Conflict of 1961-1975, United States foreign relations from1963-1969, and the Mansfield Resolution. Correspondents include Oklahoma Legislature Senate (Vietnam Resolution) and Rose Bucher.

F 4: Foreign Relations, Foreign Aid, 1968.

Topics include American economic assistance and international finance. Correspondents include Chester Bowles, Harry F. Byrd, League of Women Voters of Oklahoma, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, and the World Neighbors (organization).

F 5: Foreign Relations, United Nations, 1968.

Correspondents include Robert P. Griffin and William Proxmire.

F 6: Foreign Relations, World Court, 1968.

F 7: Foreign Relations, Agency for International Development, 1968.

Topics include American educational assistance and American technical assistance.

F 8: Foreign Relations, Balance of Payments, 1968.

F 9: Foreign Relations, Foreign Nations, General, 1968.

Topics include United States foreign relations from 1963-1969.

F 10: Foreign Relations, Africa, 1968.

Topics include American humanitarian assistance in Eastern Nigeria, Civil War of 1967-1970 in Nigeria, and Biafra. Correspondents include Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu.

F 11: Foreign Relations, Central America, 1968.

F 12: Foreign Relations, France, 1968.

F 13: Foreign Relations, Germany, 1968.

Correspondents include Andrew D. Phillips.

F 14: Foreign Relations, India, 1968

F 15: Foreign Relations, Israel, 1968 - 1969.

Topics include United States Foreign relations in Middle East.

F 16: Foreign Relations, Korea, 1968.

Topics include Pueblo Incident, 1968 and United States foreign relations with North Korea.

F 17: Foreign Relations, Rhodesia, 1968.

F 18: Foreign Relations, Russia, 1968.

Topics include nuclear non-proliferation, Czechoslovakia Intervention in 1968, United States foreign relations with Soviet Union, and United States treaties with Soviet Union.

F 19: Foreign Relations, Vietnam, 1968.

Topics include Vietnamese Conflict of 1961-1975. Correspondents include Lester L. Wolff.

F 20: Foreign Relations, Trade, 1968.

F 21: Foreign Relations, Treaties and Peace Pacts, 1968.

Topics include nuclear non-proliferation and United States treaties with Soviet Union. Correspondents include Lyndon B. Johnson, International Union United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, and the League of Women Voters of Oklahoma.

F 22: Foreign Relations, United Nations, 1968.

Correspondents include United States Department of State.

F 23A: Forest Resources, 1968.

F 23B-27: Form Letters, 1968.

Topics include United States politics and government from 1963-1969.

F 28: Health, General, 1968 - 1969.

F 29: Health, Alcoholism, 1968.

Topics include advertising alcoholic beverages. Correspondents include United States Public Health Service.

F 30: Health, Birth Control, 1968.

F 31: Health, Cigarettes, 1968.

F 32: Health, Diet Foods, 1968.

Topics include dietary supplements. Correspondents include George Murphy.

F 33: Health, Drugs, 1968.

Topics include United States National Academy of Sciences, antibiotic residues, dimethyl sulfoxide, food contamination, meat contamination, and veterinary drug residues. Correspondents include United States Food and Drug Administration, Lewis M. Kamas, and the Council on Family Health.

F 34: Health, Hospital Construction, 1968.

Topics include Lister Hill, hospitals design and construction in Oklahoma, and the Hill-Burton Program. Correspondents include Carl Albert, Oklahoma State Department of Health, and the Oklahoma Hospital Association.

F 35: Health, Indians, 1968.

Topics include Indians of North America health and hygiene, Indians of North America hospitals, and Indians of North America hospitals in Holdenville, Oklahoma. Correspondents include Harry J. W. Belvin, Overton James, Inter-Tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma, Southern Oklahoma Development Association, United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, United States Indian Health Service, and Elmer Manatowa.

F 36: Health, Insurance and Retirement, 1968.

F 37: Health, Mental Health, 1968.

Topics include mental retardation. Correspondents include United States Public Health Service, and the President's Committee on Mental Retardation (report)

F 38: Health, State Health Programs, 1968.

Correspondents include Oklahoma Health Planning Agency.

F 39: Health, Professional Services, 1968.

Correspondents include Eastern Oklahoma Economic Development District.

F 40: Health, Mental Retardation, 1968.

Topics include United States National Institute of Mental Health appropriations and expenditures and mental health services finance. Correspondents include Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation, and the Oklahoma Association for Mental Health.

F 41: Health, Nursing Homes, 1968.

F 42: Health, Rehabilitation Programs, 1968.

Topics include nursing study and teaching in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Oklahoma State Department of Health and the Oklahoma State Nurses Association.

F 43: Health, Drug Studies, 1968.

Topics include drugs research. Correspondents include United States Food and Drug Administration, and the United States Public Health Service.

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