FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 119

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Box 119: Legislation, News, S. 843, 1968 - Mail, Obscene, 1968

F 1: Legislation, News, S. 843, 1968.

Topics include Walter F. Mondale and the Full Opportunity and Social Accounting Act.

F 2: Legislation, News, Health Research Development, 1968.

Topics include psychological aspects of poverty.

F 3: Legislation, News, Research and Development, 1968.

Topics include United States Department of Defense, defense contracts, federal aid to research, and government research and development contracts.

F 4: Legislation, News, Rural to Urban Population Shift Conference, 1968.

Topics include National Manpower Conference at Oklahoma State University in 1968 and rural-urban migration.

F 5: Legislation, News, Saturday Review Article, 1968.

Topics include National Foundation for Social Sciences.

F 6: Legislation, News, Subcommittee on Government Research Hearings,1968.

Topics include Christiaan Barnard, medical ethics, and transplantation of organs, tissues, etc. moral and ethical aspects.

F 7: Legislation, Social Sciences Articles, 1967 - 1968.

Topics include National Foundation for Social Sciences, United States Department of Defense, and social sciences research.

F 8: Legislation, Miscellaneous, 1968.

Topics include Charles L. Schultze and the United States Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research.

F 9: Legislation, Research and Development Correspondence, 1968.

Topics include National Foundation for Social Sciences, United States Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research, federal aid to research, and government research and development contracts.

F 10: Legislation, Research and Development Hearings, Preparation Material, 1968.

Topics include United States Department of Defense, defense contracts, federal aid to research, and government research and development contracts.

F 11: Legislation, S. J. Res. 64, Commission on Balanced Economic Development, 1968.

Topics include United States Commission on Balanced Economic Development and rural-urban migration. Correspondents include Karl E. Mundt and the Oklahoma Economic Development Foundation.

F 12: Legislation, Research and Development Report, Interim, 1968.

Topics include federal aid to research and government research and development contracts. Correspondents include United States Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research (interim report).

F 13: Legislation, Rural to Urban Shift, General Correspondence, 1968.

Topics include National Manpower Conference at Oklahoma State University in 1968, federal aid to research, and rural-urban migration.

F 14: Legislation, National Manpower Conference, Correspondence and Witnesses, 1968.

Topics include National Manpower Conference at Oklahoma State University in 1968, and rural-urban migration. Correspondents include Karl E. Mundt.

F 15: Legislation, Veterans Legislation, 1968.

Correspondents include Francis J. Beaton (statement - National Commander of Disabled American Veterans).

F 16: Legislation, Veterans Legislation, A-Z, 1968.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs, military pensions law and legislation, veterans' hospitals law and legislation, and the Revenue and Expenditure Control Act of 1968. Correspondents include Toby Morris and the American Legion.

F 17: Legislation, Section Analysis of Harris-Kennedy Amendment, 1968.

Topics include aid to families with dependent children programs, social security law and legislation, Revenue and Expenditure Control Act of 1968, and social security amendments of 1967.

F 18: Legislation, Indian Education Hearings in Oklahoma, 1968.

Topics include Paul J. Fannin, Robert F. Kennedy, federal aid to Indians, and Indians of North America education. Correspondents include Iola Hayden (statement - director of Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity).

F 19: Legislation, American Council on Education, 1968.

F 20: Legislation, Association for Advancement of Aging Research, 1968.

Topics include Preliminary Gerontological Research Act. Correspondents include Association for the Advancement of Aging Research (proposal).

F 21: Legislation, Department of State, 1967 - 1968.

Correspondents include Foreign Area Research Coordination Group (report and research guidelines).

F 22: Legislation, National Academy of Sciences, 1968.

Topics include International Biological Programme, bioethics, and biology research. Correspondents include United States National Research Council and the United States National Academy of Sciences Committee on Biological Research, Social Behavior, and Social Policy.

F 23: Legislation, National Institutes of Health, 1968.

Topics include federal aid to medical education and federal aid to medical research.

F 24: Legislation, National Science Foundation, 1967-1968.

Topics include nuclear physics research in Oklahoma and the National Science Foundation Act amendments of 1968.

F 25: Legislation, National Research Council, 1968.

Topics include transplantation of organs, tissues, etc. law and legislation.

F 26: Legislation, Nationwide Industries, Inc., 1968.

Topics include economic development and technology.

F 27: Legislation, New York Academy of Sciences, 1968.

Topics include federal aid to research.

F 28: Legislation, Pan American Development Foundation, 1968.

Topics include Latin America economic conditions, and Latin America social conditions. Correspondents include Fundacion Dominicana de Desarrollo (preliminary report), Dominican Development Foundation (preliminary report), and Fundacion Panamericana de Desarrollo.

F 29: Legislation, Post Office Department, 1967.

F 30: Legislation, Correspondence, 1967-1968.

Topics include United States National Institutes of Health, biopharmaceutics, drugs therapeutic equivalence, federal aid to medical research, and transplantation of organs, tissues, etc. Correspondents include Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association (news release) and Living Bank.

F 31: Legislation, Oklahoma Conference. Research in the Service of Man. Correspondence, 1968.

Note: This folder primarily consists of lists of people to whom Harris sent copies of the papers of the conference as well as responses from the recipients thanking him. Topics include Research in the Service of Man: Biomedical Knowledge, Development, and Use in year 1966. Correspondents include Harrison A.Williams, Hubert Humphrey, Paul J. Fannin, Robert B. Kamm, George Murphy, George Lynn Cross, James G. Harlow, and William H. Stewart.

F 32: Legislation, Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1967 - 1968.

Topics include biomedical engineering, federal aid to higher education in Oklahoma, federal aid to research in Oklahoma, and medical electronics. Correspondents include American Gastroenterological Association, United States National Institutes of Health (statement), and the Conference on Digestive Disease as a National Problem (report).

F 33 A-B: Legislation, Child Health Act, 1967 - 1968.

Topics include aid to families with dependent children programs, children's health and hygiene, Child Health Act of 1967 (draft), and the Social Security Amendments of 1967. Correspondents include United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare and the United States Social and Rehabilitation Service.

F 34: Lists, Congressional Record Mailing List,1968.

Note: This folder consists of correspondence regarding people who received the Congressional Record.

F 35: Mail, General, 1968.

Topics include post-office boxes.

F 36: Mail, Classes and Mail,1968.

Topics include postal service in Oklahoma.

F 37: Mail, Postage, Rates, and Permits, 1968.

Topics include postal rates and postal service in Oklahoma.

F 38: Mail, Commemorative Postage Stamps, 1968.

Note: This folder consists of correspondence regarding subjects for new commemorative postage stamps. Topics include Daughters of Rebekah, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, and Arkansas River. Correspondents include Arkansas Basin Association.

F 39: Mail, Transportation of Mail, 1967-1968.

Topics include railroads passenger traffic, railway mail service, and the United States Armed Forces postal service. Correspondents include United States Interstate Commerce Commission and James E. Hamilton.

F 40: Mail, Zip Codes, 1968.

F 41: Mail, Obscene, 1968.

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Fred R. Harris Collection Box List
Fred R. Harris Collection Description


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