FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
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Box 112

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Box 112: Housing, General, 1968 - Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1962, 1968

F 1: Housing, General, 1968.

Topics include public housing management in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.

F 2: Housing, Federal Assistance, 1968.

Topics include federal aid to housing, federal aid to recreation, and housing finance. Correspondents include United States Land and Facilities Development Administration.

F 3: Housing and Urban Affairs, General, 1968.

Topics include urban policy in New York, New York. Correspondents include United States National Association of Home Builders (publications) and the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America.

F 4: Housing and Urban Affairs, Construction, 1968.

F 5: Housing and Urban Affairs, Financing, 1968.

Topics include housing finance. Correspondents include International Union of Building Societies and Savings Associations.

F 6: Housing and Affairs, Urban Renewal, 1968.

Topics include urban renewal in Oklahoma. Correspondents include John C. Culver, National Association of Counties, and the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.

F 7: Housing and Urban Affairs, Growth Cities Seminar, 1968.

Topics include cities and towns growth. Correspondents include Metropolitan Tulsa Chamber of Commerce.

F 8: Housing and Urban Affairs, Open Housing, 1968.

Topics include discrimination in housing and Fair Housing Law. Correspondents include American Association of University Women, National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America, United States National Farmers' Union, and the United Steelworkers of America.

F 9: Housing and Urban Affairs, Zoning, 1968.

Topics include public housing in Oklahoma.

F 10: Housing and Urban Affairs, Model Cities Program, 1968.

Folder missing July 26, 2001.

F 11: Housing and Urban Affairs, Urban/Rural Migration, 1967 - 1968.

Topics include rural poor and rural-urban migration. Correspondents include United States National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty (report).

F 12: Housing and Urban Affairs, Indians, 1967-1968.

Topics include Five Civilized Tribes Housing and Indians of North America housing in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity (report), United States Bureau of Indian Affairs Muskogee Area Office, and the United States Housing Assistance Administration.

F 13: Housing and Urban Development, 1968.

Topics include Martin Luther King Jr. Correspondents include Langston University and the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.

F 14: Housing and Urban Development, Federal Housing Administration, 1968.

Topics include federal aid to housing and repossession.

F 15: Housing and Urban Development. Interest Rates, 1968.

Topics include repossession. Correspondents include United States Federal Housing Administration.

F 16: Housing and Urban Development. Informational Reports, 1968.

Topics include federal aid to community development, government lending, public facility loans, and public works finance. Correspondents include United States Land and Facilities Development Administration.

F 17: Housing and Urban Development, Model Cities, 1968.

Topics include urban renewal in Lawton, Oklahoma.

F 18: Housing and Urban Development, Low Rent Housing, 1968.

Correspondents include Victor E. Wickersham.

F 19: Housing and Urban Development, Public Housing, 1968.

Correspondents include United States Federal Housing Administration and Finis Smith.

F 20: Housing and Urban Development, Urban Community Centers, 1968.

Topics include federal aid to community development and Neighborhood Facilities Program. Correspondents include United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.

F 21: Housing and Urban Development, Public Housing Construction, 1968.

Topics include public housing in Oklahoma.

F 22: Housing and Urban Development, Urban Renewal, 1968.

Topics include urban renewal in Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States Renewal Assistance Administration.

F 23: Immigration and Naturalization, General, 1968.

Correspondents include James E. Hamilton.

F 24: Immigration and Naturalization, Citizenship, 1968.

F 25: Immigration and Naturalization, Passports and Visas, 1968.

Topics include Cuba emigration and immigration and Jose J. Guijarro. Correspondents include James O. Eastland, Michael A. Feighan, Arch A. Moore, United States Immigration and Naturalization Service, and Teruo Morishige.

F 26A: Immigration and Naturalization, Policy, 1968.

F 26 B: Indian Affairs Policy, Recommended Changes, 1968.

Topics include Indians of North America government relations, Indians of North America land tenure, Indians of North America politics and government, Washo Indians ,and tenure, and the Federal General Indian Allotment Act. Correspondents include Sam J. Ervin, Henry M. Jackson, George S. McGovern, ENKI Research Institute, and the Tribal Indian Land Rights Association.

F 27A: Indian Affairs, General, 1966 - 1968.

Topics include United States National Council on Indian Opportunity, Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity, Indians of North America economic conditions, Indians of North America education, Indians of North America government relations, Indians of North America health and hygiene, Indians of North America housing, and Indians of North America social conditions. Correspondents include LaDonna Harris, Carl T. Hayden, Lyndon B. Johnson (messages), Robert F. Kennedy (speech), George S. McGovern, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States Department of the Interior, United States Public Health Service, and Iola Taylor (testimony).

F 27B: Indian Affairs, General, 1968.

Topics include Indians of North America economic conditions, Indians of North America government relations, and Indians of North America social conditions. Correspondents include Milton R. Young, Indian Rights Association, Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity, and the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F 28A: Indian Affairs, Policy, 1968.

Topics include Indians of North America government relations.

F 28B: Indian Affairs, Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity, Project Peace Pipe, 1968.

F 29: Indian Affairs, Arts and Crafts, 1968.

Topics include Indian arts. Correspondents include Center for the Arts of Indian America and the Red Cloud Opera Foundation.

F 30: Indian Affairs, National Council on Indian Affairs, 1968.

Topics include United States National Council on Indian Opportunity appropriations and expenditures. Correspondents include Spessard L. Holland, Richard B. Russell, and Milton R. Young.

F 31: Indian Affairs, Indian Association, 1968.

Correspondents include League of Nations Pan American Indians.

F 32: Indian Affairs, Indian Associations, National Congress of American Indians, 1967 - 1968.

Topics include Indians of North America government relations and Indians of North America social conditions.

F 33: Indian Affairs, Indian Claims Commission, 1968.

F 34: Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1962, 1968.

Topics include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs Concho Agency, Indians of North America in Alaska, Indians of North America government relations, Salt River Reservation in Arizona, and the American Indian Athletic Hall of Fame (proposed). Correspondents include United States Bureau of Indian Affairs Anadarko Area Office, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs Muskogee Area Office, Robert L. Bennett, Wendell Chino (president of the Mescalero Apaches), and Watonga Chamber of Commerce.

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