FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
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Box 125

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Box 125: National Manpower Conference, Replies from Invitees, 1968 - Natural Resources, Water Resources and Watersheds, 1968

F 1: National Manpower Conference, Replies from Invitees, 1968.

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

F 2A-B: National Manpower Conference, Replies from Invitees, 1968.

Topics include National Manpower Conference at Oklahoma State University in 1968, automation, rural development in United States, rural-urban migration in United States, and technology.

F 3: National Manpower Conference, General Correspondence, 1968.

Topics include National Manpower Conference at Oklahoma State University in 1968 and rural-urban migration in United States. Correspondents include Hubert H. Humphrey, Lyndon B. Johnson, and B. Everett Jordan.

F 4: National Manpower Conference, Thank You, 1968.

Note: This folder consists of thank-you letters sent by Harris to people involved in running the conference. Most were employees of Oklahoma State University. Topics include National Manpower Conference at Oklahoma State University in 1968.

F 5: Natural Resources, Minerals Mines and Mining, 1968.

Topics include United States Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant Assistance Program, coal mines and mining, fluorspar industry, helium, mine inspection, mines and mineral resources taxation law and legislation, mining leases, oil sands industry, petroleum industry and trade, and the uranium industry. Correspondents include Henry M. Jackson, American Mining Congress (report of discussion), Oklahoma Department of Mines, Oklahoma Legislature (resolution), United States Bureau of Mines, United States Conference of Mayors (resolution), and James E. Hamilton.

F 6: Natural Resources, Forests, Forest Service, 1968.

Topics include United States Forest Service and reservoirs recreational use. Correspondents include United States Job Corps.

F 7: Natural Resources, Forests, National, 1968.

Topics include forest reserves in Montana and wilderness areas in Montana. Correspondents include United States Forest Service (booklet), and Tree Farmers, Inc.

F 8: Natural Resources, Forests, State, 1968.

Topics include lumber.

F 9: Natural Resources, Forests, Federal, 1968.

Topics include forest reserves in Montana, lumber, timber, and wilderness areas in Montana. Correspondents include Society of American Foresters (booklet) and the United States Forest Service (report).

F 10A: Natural Resources, Fuels, 1968.

Topics include diesel fuels taxation law and legislation, foreign trade regulation, free ports and zones, gas industry, gasoline law and legislation, helium, imports, marine gas-turbines, petroleum industry and trade, and petroleum law and legislation. Correspondents include Kenneth M. Curtis, (proposal), William D. Hathaway, Stewart L. Udall, Interstate Oil Compact Commission (resolution), National Coal Association (book), United States Department of the Interior, and John J. McKeithen.

F 10B: Natural Resources. Fuels, 1968.

Topics include coal trade, depletion allowances, foreign trade regulation, imports, oil and gas leases, petroleum industry and trade, petroleum law and legislation, petroleum products underground storage, petroleum reserves, and the uranium industry in Arizona. Correspondents include Lyndon B. Johnson (proclamations), Independent Petroleum Association of America, United States Department of the Interior, United States Office of Coal Research (annual report), and the United States Oil Import Administration.

F 11: Natural Resources, Fish and Wildlife, 1968.

Topics include United States Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant Assistance Program, endangered species law and legislation, federal aid to outdoor recreation, fish and game licenses, game laws, wildlife management, wildlife refuges in Oklahoma, and Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. Correspondents include J. N. "Ding" Darling Foundation, National Audobon Society, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit (report), United States Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, and the United States Department of the Interior.

F 12: Natural Resources, Water Pollution, Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, 1968.

Topics include recycling (waste, etc.), refuse and refuse disposal, salvage (waste, etc.), and sewerage in Oklahoma.

F 13: Natural Resources, Water Pollution, Streams and Rivers, 1968.

F 14: Natural Resources, Water Resources, 1968.

Topics include United States Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant Assistance Program, federal aid to water resources development, water pollution, water resources development, water rights, and rural water-supply in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Max N. Edwards (speech), Don McBride (study), Stewart L. Udall, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Oklahoma Water Resources Board, Tennessee Valley Authority, United States Water Resources Council, Kenneth Bousquet (speech), and J. Ben Carsey (paper - president of American Association of Petroleum Geologists).

F 15: Natural Resources, Water Resources Supply, 1968.

F 16: Natural Resources, Parks, National, 1968.

Topics include camp sites, facilities, etc. law and legislation, national parks and reserves fees, national parks and reserves law and legislation, national parks and reserves management, Arbuckle National Recreation Area in Oklahoma, Platt National Park in Oklahoma, Redwood National and State Parks in California, and Washita Battlefield National Historic Site in Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States National Park Service.

F 17: Natural Resources, Parks, National Park Service, 1968.

Topics include camp sites, facilities, etc. law and legislation, national parks and reserves management, Arbuckle National Recreation Area in Oklahoma, and history of Fort Towson, Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States National Park Service.

F 18: Natural Resources, Air Pollution, 1968.

Topics include air pollution in Sallisaw, Oklahoma, Air Quality Act of 1967, Illinois - Indiana Air Pollution Control Compact, Mid-Atlantic States Air Pollution Control Compact, and West Virginia - Ohio Air Pollution Control Compact. Correspondents include R. Buckminster Fuller (article), and the United States Senate Committee on Public Works Subcommittee on Air and Water pollution (recommendations).

F 19: Natural Resources, Watersheds, 1968.

Topics include flood control in Oklahoma, North Canadian River watershed in Oklahoma, Canyon View watershed in Oklahoma, Caston - Mountain Creek watershed in Oklahoma, Deep Fork River watershed in Oklahoma, Dumpling - Beaver watershed in Oklahoma, Jack Creek watershed in Oklahoma, Wewoka Creek watershed in Oklahoma, and the Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Act. Correspondents include Jim Wright, Central North Canadian River Conservation District (work plan), Oklahoma State Soil Conservation Board, and the United States Soil Conservation Service (storm report).

F 20: Natural Resources, Parks, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, 1968.

Topics include United States Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant Assistance Program and federal aid to outdoor recreation in Oklahoma. Correspondents include United States Bureau of Outdoor Recreation (grant notifications).

F 21: Natural Resources, Parks, State, 1968.

Topics include United States Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant Assistance Program and Heyburn Lake in Oklahoma. Correspondents include National Conference on State Parks (resolution).

F 22: Natural Resources, Fish and Wildlife, 1968.

Topics include United States Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant Assistance Program, fish protein concentrate, Quetzals, and the wildlife conservation law and legislation. Correspondents include Paul J. Fannin, National Wildlife Federation (report), and the United States Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife.

F 23: Natural Resources, Metals and Minerals, 1968.

Topics include depletion allowances law and legislation, petroleum taxation law and legislation, petroleum industry and trade in Oklahoma, and the Williams Amendment. Correspondents include Petroleum Industry Research Foundation (study).

F 24: Natural Resources, Water Resources and Watersheds, 1968.

Topics include Robert S. Kerr, United States Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant Assistance Program, United States Small Watershed Program, flood control in Oklahoma, marine resources development law and legislation, saline water conversion, water pollution, Quapaw Creek watershed in Oklahoma, Washita River watershed in Texas and Oklahoma, Lower Red Rock Creek watershed in Oklahoma, Poteau River watershed in Arkansas and Oklahoma, Pryor Creek watershed in Oklahoma, and the Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Act. Correspondents include Claiborne Pell, American Assembly (report), National Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts (newsletter), National Waterways Conference (newsletter), Oklahoma State Soil Conservation Board, United States Department of Agriculture, United States Soil Conservation Service, and the Southern Plains Watershed Research Center.

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