FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 114

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Box 114: Inventions, Patents, 1968 - Labor, State Programs, 1968

F 1: Inventions, Patents, 1968.

Topics include patent laws and legislation. Correspondents include United States Patent Office.

F 2: Inventions, Trademarks and Copyrights, 1968.

Topics include library administration. Correspondents include Rudolf Friml, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers and the Oklahoma Library Association.

F 3: Judicial Affairs, Discrimination, 1968.

Topics include jury and the Jury Discrimination Act of 1967. Correspondents include Oklahoma Bar Association.

F 4: Judicial Affairs, Segregation, 1968.

Topics include rural-urban migration. Correspondents include Don McBride and the Tennessee Valley Authority.

F 5: Judicial Affairs, Human Rights, 1968.

Topics include dissenters in United States and freedom of speech in United States. Correspondents include American Civil Liberties Union.

F 6: Judicial Affairs, Claims and Litigations, 1968.

F 7: Judicial Affairs, Supreme Court, 1968.

Topics include United States Supreme Court, communists in United States, defense industries in United States, and the McCarran Act.

F 8: Judicial Affairs, Opinion Ballots, 1968.

Topics include United States Supreme Court and public opinion.

F 9 A: Judicial Affairs, Juvenile Delinquency, 1968.

Topics include Margaret Chase Smith, classification in motion pictures, juvenile courts, and motion pictures and youth.

F 9 B: Judicial Affairs, Crime, 1968.

Topics include inner cities.

F 10: Judicial Affairs, Correspondence, A-Z, 1968.

Topics include Martin Luther King Jr.,United States Congress Senate Cloture, United States Kerner Commission, discrimination in housing, rural-urban migration, segregation in education, violence in United States, United States race relations, and the Civil Rights Act of 1968. Correspondents include Edward W. Brooke, Philip A. Hart, Jacob K. Javits, Russell B. Long, Mike Mansfield, Walter F. Mondale, Joseph D. Tydings, AFL-CIO, Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in Oklahoma, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in Washington, D.C., National Council of Negro Women, United States National Welfare Rights Organization, and the United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.

F 11: Judicial Affairs, Correspondence, Commission on Civil Disorders, A,1968.

Topics include United States Kerner Commission, racism in United States, riots in United States, urban poor in United States, and United States race relations.

F 12: Judicial Affairs, Correspondence, Commission on Civil Disorders, B,1968.

Topics include United States Kerner Commission, racism in United States, riots in United States, urban poor in United States, and United States race relations. Correspondents include Charles E. Bennett, B'nai B'rith Anti-defamation League, and Negroes in a Soviet America.

F 13: Judicial Affairs, Correspondence, Commission on Civil Disorders, C-D, 1968.

Topics include United States Kerner Commission, racism in United States, riots in United States, urban poor in United States, and United States race relations. Correspondents include William H. Crook, Lyndon B. Johnson (message), National Guard Association of the United States, Ed Cole, and Ramsey Clark.

F 14: Judicial Affairs, Correspondence, Commission on Civil Disorders, E-G, 1968.

Topics include United States Kerner Commission, racism in United States, riots in United States, urban poor in United States, and United States race relations. Correspondents include Ernest Gruening, Roy E. Grantham, American Jewish Committee, and the United Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A. Board of National Missions.

F 15: Judicial Affairs, Correspondence, Commission on Civil Disorders, H-K, 1967 - 1968.

Topics include United States Kerner Commission, racism in United States, riots in United States, urban poor in United States, New York, New York race relations, and United States race relations. Correspondents include Martin Luther King Jr., American Foundation for Negro Affairs, American Nurses' Association, and Richard J. Hughes.

F 16: Judicial Affairs, Correspondence, Commission on Civil Disorders, L-O, 1968.

Topics include United States Kerner Commission, racism in United States, riots in United States, urban poor in United States, and United States race relations.

F 17: Judicial Affairs, Correspondence, Commission on Civil Disorders, P-R, 1968.

Topics include United States Kerner Commission, racism in United States, riots in United States, urban poor in United States, and United States race relations. Correspondents include Charles H. Percy.

F 18: Judicial Affairs, Correspondence, Commission on Civil Disorders, S-T, 1968.

Topics include United States Kerner Commission, racism in United States, riots in United States, urban poor in United States, and United States race relations. Correspondents include Scheuer, James H. Scheuer, United States League of Women Voters, National Conference of Christians and Jews, and the United States National Welfare Rights Organization.

F 19: Judicial Affairs, Correspondence, Commission on Civil Disorders, U-Z, 1968.

Topics include United States Kerner Commission, racism in United States, riots in United States, urban poor in United States, and United States race relations.

F 20: Labor, Conditions. Employment and Unemployment, 1968.

Note: Folder includes a number of leaflets on unemployment in various U. S. cities.

Topics include sub-employment. Correspondents include United States Department of Labor (publications).

F 21: Labor, Strikes and Work Stoppages, 1968.

Topics include strikebreakers and the Ervin Bill. Correspondents include International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen, and Helpers.

F 22: Labor, Pickets and Picketing, 1968.

Topics include strikes and lockouts, strikes and lockouts in copper mining, and strikes and lockouts in glass trade. Correspondents include Wallace F. Bennett.

F 23: Labor, Unions, 1968.

Topics include Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, government employee unions in United States, labor unions strike benefits, and railroads employees labor unions. Correspondents include Wallace F. Bennett.

F 24: Labor, American Federation of Labor, 1968.

F 25: Labor, Independent Unions, 1968.

Topics include United States National Labor Relations Board, labor unions organizing, labor unions recognition elections, and Hill Engineering in Houston, Texas. Correspondents include United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry in Muskogee, Oklahoma.

F 26: Labor, Employment of Handicapped People, 1968.

Correspondents include Joint Handicapped Council.

F 27A: Labor, Fair Labor Standards, 1968.

Topics include United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, discrimination in employment, minimum wage, and the Equal Employment Opportunities Enforcement Act. Correspondents include League of Women Voters of Oklahoma and Reuel Little.

F 27B: Labor, Fair Labor Standards, 1968.

Topics include collective bargaining steel industry, industrial safety law and legislation, iron and steel workers labor unions organizing, labor unions recognition elections, National Tank Company in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and the Occupational Safety and Health Bill. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney, United States National Labor Relations Board, and the United Steelworkers of America in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

F 27C: Labor, Employment, General, 1968.

Topics include minorities employment, and unemployment. Correspondents include Willard Wirtz, United States Department of Labor, and the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

F 28: Labor, Vocational, 1968.

Topics include Cherokee Indians employment in Oklahoma, training of employees, occupational training, and the Green Thumb Project. Correspondents include Cherokee Hills Resource Conservation and Development Project, United States Bureau of Employment Security, United States Department of Labor, Cookson Hills Community Action Foundation, and the Operation Mainstream.

F 29: Labor, State Programs, 1968.

Topics include vocational rehabilitation in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Oklahoma Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (report).

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