FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
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Box 121: Meetings, Appointments and Engagements, 1968 - Memorials and Holidays, State, 1968

F 1: Meetings, Appointments and Engagements, 1968.

Correspondents include J. Herbert Holloman, Henry M. Jackson, and A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 2: Meetings, Appointments and Engagements, A-E. Accepted, 1968.

Note: Most documents are alphabetized by the person who signed the letter and not by the organization he or she represented. Some are alphabetized by a corporate name or the name of an event. Topics include United States Constitution 1st - 10th Amendments and urban education.

F 3: Meetings, Appointments and Engagements, F-K, Accepted, 1968.

Note: Most documents are alphabetized by the person who signed the letter and not the organization he or she represented. Some are alphabetized by a corporate name or the name of an event. Correspondents include Muriel Humphrey.

F 4: Meetings, Appointments and Engagements, L-O, Accepted, 1968.

Note: Most documents are alphabetized by the person who signed the letter and not by the organization he or she represented. Some are alphabetized by a corporate name or the name of an event. Correspondents include George S. McGovern, Edmund S. Muskie, American National Cattlemen's Association, and the National Manpower Conference at Oklahoma State University in 1968 (tentative program).

F 5: Meetings, Appointments and Engagements, P, Accepted, 1968.

Note: Most documents are alphabetized by the person who signed the letter and not by the organization he or she represented. Some are alphabetized by a corporate name or the name of an event. Topics include rural education, rural conditions, and rural youth. Correspondents include National Outlook Conference on Rural Youth in 1967 (speeches).

F 6: Meetings, Appointments and Engagements, R-Z, Accepted, 1968.

Note: Most documents are alphabetized by the person who signed the letter and not by the organization he or she represented. Some are alphabetized by a corporate name or the name of an event. Correspondents include George A. Smathers and Chalmers Wylie.

F 7: Meetings, Appointments and Engagements, A, Declined, 1967-1968.

Note: Most documents are alphabetized by the person who signed the letter and not by the organization he or she represented. Some are alphabetized by a corporate name or the name of an event. Topics include Yitzhak Rabin.

F 8: Meetings, Appointments and Engagements, B, Declined, 1967-1968.

Note: Most documents are alphabetized by the person who signed the letter and not by the organization he or she represented. Some are alphabetized by a corporate name or the name of an event. Correspondents include Ray Blanton, Edward W. Brooke, and Curtis L. Lawson.

F 9: Meetings, Appointments and Engagements, C, Declined, 1968.

Note: Most documents are alphabetized by the person who signed the letter and not by the organization he or she represented. Some are alphabetized by a corporate name or the name of an event. Correspondents include Earle Cabell, Don H. Clausen, Jeffery Cohelan, B. Everett Jordan, and James B. Pearson.

F 10: Meetings, Appointments and Engagements, D-E, Declined, 1967-1968.

Note: Most documents are alphabetized by the person who signed the letter and not by the organization he or she represented. Some are alphabetized by a corporate name or the name of an event. Topics include Black nationalism in United States, human experimentation in medicine, and medical ethics. Correspondents include Everett M. Dirksen.

F 11: Meetings, Appointments and Engagements, F-G, Declined, 1968.

Note: Most documents are alphabetized by the person who signed the letter and not by the organization he or she represented. Some are alphabetized by a corporate name or the name of an event.

F 12: Meetings, Appointments and Engagements, H, Declined, 1967-1968.

Note: Most documents are alphabetized by the person who signed the letter and not by the organization he or she represented. Some are alphabetized by a corporate name or the name of an event. Correspondents include George M. Rhodes, Joseph S. Clark, Edmund S. Muskie, Hubert Humphrey, Vance Hartke, and Steny H. Hoyer.

F 13: Meetings, Appointments and Engagements, I-K, Declined, 1968.

Note: Most documents are alphabetized by the person who signed the letter and not by the organization he or she represented. Some are alphabetized by a corporate name or the name of an event. Topics include Yitzhak Rabin. Correspondents include Jacob K. Javits, and the American Bankers Association.

F 14: Meetings, Appointments and Engagements, L-Mc, Declined, 1968.

Note: Most documents are alphabetized by the person who signed the letter and not by the organization he or she represented. Some are alphabetized by a corporate name or the name of an event. Correspondents include George S. McGovern and Gale W. McGee.

F 15: Meetings, Appointments and Engagements, M, Declined, 1968.

Note: Most documents are alphabetized by the person who signed the letter and not by the organization he or she represented. Some are alphabetized by a corporate name or the name of an event. Correspondents include Edmund S. Muskie and Carl T. Hayden.

F 16: Meetings, Appointments and Engagements, N-P, Declined, 1968.

Note: Most documents are alphabetized by the person who signed the letter and not by the organization he or she represented. Some are alphabetized by a corporate name or the name of an event. Correspondents include Harry F. Byrd.

F 17: Meetings, Appointments and Engagements, R-T, Declined, 1967-1968.

Note: Most documents are alphabetized by the person who signed the letter and not by the organization he or she represented. Some are alphabetized by a corporate name or the name of an event. Correspondents include Sam J. Ervin, B. Everett Jordan, George S. McGovern, Donald W. Riegle, James H. Scheuer, George A. Smathers, and Joseph D. Tydings.

F 18: Meetings, Appointments and Engagements, U-Y, Declined, 1968.

Note: Most documents are alphabetized by the person who signed the letter and not by the organization he or she represented. Some are alphabetized by a corporate name or the name of an event. Correspondents include John G. Tower, Stewart L. Udall, Ralph W. Yarborough, and the Urban Land Institute (pamphlets).

F 19: Meetings, Designated Representatives, 1967-1968.

Correspondents include Page Belcher, George Lynn Cross, Orville L. Freeman, Daniel K. Inouye, and Wes Watkins.

F 20: Meetings, Speakers Other than Senator Harris, 1968.

Topics include United States Congress study and teaching (internship), ballet in Oklahoma, and Indian ballerinas in Oklahoma.

F 21: Meetings, General, 1968.

Topics include urban community development, community development corporations, and inner cities. Correspondents include Frank J. Horton, Edward M. Kennedy, Edmund S. Muskie, and Margaret Chase Smith.

F 22: Meetings, Schedules, 1965-1968.

F 23: Meetings, Contacts, 1968-1970.

Note: Many documents have a month and day but no year listed.

F 24: Memorials and Holidays, National and Federal, 1968.

Topics include holidays law and legislation and Spanish Fort in Jefferson County, Oklahoma. Correspondents include Great Plains Historical Association and the United States National Park Service.

F 25: Memorials and Holidays, State, 1968.

Topics include Robert S. Kerr homes and haunts.

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