FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
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Box 117

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Box 117: Legislation, National School Lunch Act, H. R. 15398, 1967-1968 - Legislation, Constituent and Non-Constituent Correspondence, T-Z, 1968

F 1: Legislation, National School Lunch Act, H. R. 15398, 1967 - 1968.

Topics include National School Lunch Program law and legislation. Correspondents include Clifford P. Case, Philip A. Hart, Joseph M. Montoya, Edmund S. Muskie, and the United States Consumer and Marketing Service.

F 2: Legislation, H. R. 15414. Tax Adjustment Act, 1968.

Topics include automobiles taxation, corporations taxation, excise tax, industrial development bonds, tax exemption, and telephone taxation. Correspondents include Henry H. Fowler (statement), United States Senate Committee on Finance (report of proceedings), and the National Federation of Business.

F 3: Legislation, H. R. 16913, Appropriations for Department of Agriculture, 1968.

F 4: Legislation, H. R. 17354, Appropriations for Department of Interior, 1968.

F 5: Legislation, H. R. 18037, Appropriations for Departments of Labor and Health, Education and Welfare, 1968.

F 6: Legislation, H. R. 20300, Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1968.

Topics include United States appropriations and expenditures.

F 7: Legislation, S. 2935, Social Security Act, "Disability," 1968.

F 8: Legislation, S. 2938, Amend Manpower Development and Training Act,1968.

Correspondents include Joseph S. Clark.

F 9: Legislation, S. 2973, National Agricultural Bargaining Act, 1968.

Topics include farm produce marketing. Correspondents include Walter F. Mondale (statement).

F 10: Legislation, S. 2994, Appropriated Funds for Creek Indians, 1968.

Topics include Creek Indians claims.

F 11: Legislation, S. 3013, Appropriations for Economic Opportunity Act,1968.

Topics include United States Office of Economic Opportunity appropriations and expenditures.

F 12: Legislation, S. 3018, Relief of Hortensia Elena Viso, 1968.

F 13: Legislation, S. 3063, Emergency Employment and Training Act, 1968.

Topics include poor employment.

F 14: Legislation, S. 3098, Higher Education Act, 1968.

F 15: Legislation, S. 3115, Robert S. Kerr Memorial Arboretum and Nature Center, 1968.

F 16: Legislation, S. 3209, Choctaw Tribe, 1968.

F 17: Legislation, S. 3248, Appropriated Funds for Creek Indians, 1968.

Topics include Creek Indians claims.

F 18: Legislation, S. 3272, Appropriated Funds for Delaware Indians, 1968.

Topics include Delaware Indians claims.

F 19: Legislation, S. 3410, Advisory Commission on Freight Rates for Farm Products, 1968.

Correspondents include Quentin N. Burdick.

F 20: Legislation, S. 3459, Chouteau Lock and Dam and Lake, 1968.

Topics include Auguste Chouteau and the Verdigris River in Kansas and Oklahoma.

F 21: Legislation, S. 3460, Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge,1968.

Correspondents include Henry M. Jackson, Stewart L. Udall, and the United States Department of the Interior.

F 22: Legislation, S. 3481, Quapaw Indian Land Restrictions, 1968.

Topics include Quapaw Indians land tenure.

F 23: Legislation, S. 3534, Chouteau Lock and Dam, 1968.

Topics include Auguste Chouteau and the Verdigris River in Kansas and Oklahoma.

F 24: Legislation, S. 3554, Oil and Gas Leases, 1968.

Topics include Phillips Petroleum Company, and David Miller.

F 25: Legislation, S. 3590, Agricultural Act, 1968.

Topics include agricultural prices government policy and agriculture and state in United States.

F 26: Legislation, S. 3624, Peoria Tribe Bill, 1968.

Topics include Peoria Indians claims.

F 27: Legislation, S. 3633, State Firearms Control Assistance Act, 1968.

F 28: Legislation, S. 3638, Dairy Farmers' Milk, 1968.

Topics include milk quality and pesticide residues in food. Correspondents include Joseph M. Montoya.

F 29: Legislation, S. 3640, Executive Reorganization and Management Act,1968.

Topics include executive departments reorganization in United States.

F 30: Legislation, S. 3710, Rivers and Harbors, 1968.

Topics include Arcadia Lake in Oklahoma.

F 31: Legislation, S. 3711, Marketing Program for Peanuts, 1968.

Topics include peanuts prices. Correspondents include Orville L. Freeman and the United States Department of Agriculture.

F 32: Legislation, S. 3728, Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Tribes Claims, 1968.

F 33: Legislation, S. 3745, Youth Participation Act, 1968.

Topics include public service employment and young volunteers in community development.

F 34: Legislation, S. 3782, Amend Internal Revenue Code, 1968.

Topics include industrial development bonds.

F 35: Legislation, S. 3784, Preliminary Gerontological Research Act, 1968.

Topics include aging.

F 36: Legislation, S. 3875, Community Self-Determination Act, 1968.

Topics include domestic citizen participation of economic assistance in the United States and the poor.

F 37: Legislation, S. 3987, Amend Revenue and Expenditure Control Act,1968.

Topics include United States Department of Agriculture appropriations and expenditures.

F 38: Legislation, S. 4027, Kaw Reservoir Project, 1968.

Correspondents include United States Department of the Army.

F 39: Legislation, S. 4059, Amend Internal Revenue Code, 1968.

Topics include agriculture costs and income tax deductions. Correspondents include Lee Metcalf.

F 40: Legislation, End-of-Year Reports, 1968.

Correspondents include United States Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research.

F 41: Legislation, Proposed Plan of Work, 1968.

Correspondents include United States Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research.

F 42: Legislation, Rural to Urban Population Shift, S. 843, 1968.

Topics include rural-urban migration.

F 43: Legislation, S. J. Res. 97, Establish a Joint Commission on Civil Strife, 1967.

F 44: Legislation, S. Res. 165, Subcommittee to Study Indian Education, 1967-1968.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare Special Subcommittee on Indian Education and Indians of North America education. Correspondents include Paul J. Fannin (statement), and Robert F. Kennedy (statement).

F 45: Legislation, S. 1136, Commission on Science and Technology, 1965,1968.

Topics include United States Commission on Science and Technology.

F 46: Legislation, S. 1305, Study of the Federal Government's Programs on Science and Technology, 1966-1968.

Topics include United States Senate Select Committee on Technology and the Human Environment. Correspondents include Edmund S. Muskie (remarks).

F 47: Legislation, H. R. 18242, National Foundation for the Social Sciences Act, 1968.

Topics include National Foundation for Social Sciences.

F 48: Legislation, Press Releases, 1968.

Topics include aid to families with dependent children programs in United States, Poor People's Campaign, rural-urban migration, Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma, Green Thumb, and the Mountain Park Project. Correspondents include John L. McClellan (remarks) and the United States Federal Highway Administration.

F 49: Legislation, Publications, 1968.

F 50: Legislation, H. R. 421, Amend Title 18 of U.S. Code, 1968.

Topics include riots.

F 51: Legislation, H. R. 875, National Institutional Grants Program, 1967 - 1968.

Topics include federal aid to research. Correspondents include Emilio Q. Daddario (remarks) and Leland J. Haworth.

F 52: Legislation, H. J. Res. 1233, National Commission on Health Science and Society, 1968.

F 53: Legislation, H. R. 2516, Rights of Indians, 1968.

Topics include Indian courts and Indians of North America civil rights.

F 54: Legislation, Constituent and Non-Constituent Correspondence, A-B, 1968.

Topics include federal aid to recreation, firearms law and legislation, mineral resources in submerged lands, mining leases, wildlife conservation, and the Dodd Bill. Correspondents include Dewey F. Bartlett, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma Industrial Development and Park Department, Oklahoma Wildlife Federation, and the Propeller Club of the United States.

F 55: Legislation, Constituent and Non-Constituent Correspondence, C-G, 1968.

Topics include copyright, and firearms law and legislation Correspondents include Philip A. Hart, American Bakers Association, and the National Association of Broadcasters.

F 56: Legislation, Constituent and Non-Constituent Correspondence, H-Mc, 1968.

Topics include copyright, firearms law and legislation, and United States officials and employees pensions. Correspondents include Chickasaw Nation, Oklahoma Restaurant Association, Oklahoma State Federation of Women's Clubs, and the National Committee for the Recording Arts.

F 57: Legislation, Constituent and Non-Constituent Correspondence, M-O, 1968.

Correspondents include American Bar Association and the Oklahoma Farm Bureau.

F 58: Legislation, Constituent and Non-Constituent Correspondence, P-S, 1968.

Topics include firearms law and legislation and Kansa Indians claims. Correspondents include Laurance S. Rockefeller, AFL-CIO in Oklahoma, World Neighbors (organization), and the Oklahoma Rifle Association.

F 59: Legislation, Constituent and Non-Constituent Correspondence, T-Z, 1968.

Topics include firearms law and legislation. Correspondents include Wichita Indian Tribe of Oklahoma.

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