Box 1: Conservation, Arbuckle Project (1956-1962) - Conservation, Caney-Coon Creek Watershed (n.d., 1958-1959)
F 1-2: Conservation, Arbuckle Project (1956-1962).
Topics include the Lake of the Arbuckles on Rock Creek. Contains "An Economic Base Study of the Arbuckle Mountain Area of Oklahoma" by the Bureau of Business Research, University of Oklahoma; "Reconnaissance Report on Arbuckle Project, Oklahoma" by the Bureau of Reclamation; and statement by Kerr. Correspondents include U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, City of Ardmore, Southern Oklahoma Development Association, and A. S. Mike Monroney.
F 3: Conservation, Arkansas Basin Development Association (1955-1962).
Contains correspondence, speeches, reports, and newsletters.
F 4-6: Conservation, Arkansas River (n.d., 1939, 1943, 1945-1946, 1950, 1953-1962).
Contains correspondence, reports, speeches, data, and clippings on the development of the Arkansas River. Correspondents include Charles E. Ingersoll (Folder 6-speech), Robert S. Kerr (Folder 6-speech), and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
F 7: Conservation, Arkansas River and Red River Salinity Study (1961-1962)
Correspondence from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers re salt in Arkansas and Red Rivers.
F 8: Conservation, Arkansas, White and Red River Basins (1957).
Contains lengthy Senate document entitled "Development of Water and Land Resources of the Arkansas-White and Red River Basins."
F 9: Conservation, Atoka Reservoir (n.d., 1958-1959, 1961).
Contains miscellaneous pamphlets on development of Atoka Reservoir as source of water for Oklahoma City.
F 10: Conservation, Bear-Fall-Coon Creek Watershed (1958, 1961).
Correspondence re approval of budget for development of watershed.
F 11: Conservation, Bear-Hybarger Creek Watershed (1959-1960).
Contains work plan for watershed; correspondence especially concerned with city of Lindsay, Oklahoma, wanting to use reservoir for municipal water supply.
F 12: Conservation, Bird Creek Project (1956, 1958, 1961).
Correspondence re flood control on Bird Creek.
F 13: Conservation, Bitter Creek Watershed 91958-1959).
Correspondence with Bitter Creek Watershed Association re legislation for loans to assist local organizations with flood control projects.
F 14: Conservation, Bixby, Oklahoma, Flood Control (1957, 1959-1960).
Correspondence include U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
F 15: Conservation, Boswell Dam (1955-1958, 1961-1962).
Correspondence re construction of Boswell Dam on Boggy River. Correspondents include Dennis Chavez, Oklahoma Water Resources Board and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
F 16: Conservation, Braden's Bend (n.d. 1951-1953).
Correspondence re bank stabilization along Arkansas River. Correspondents include U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
F 17: Conservation, Brazil Creek (1955, 1960).
Correspondence re proposed reservoir on Brazil Creek near Panama, Oklahoma.
F 18: Conservation, Broken Bow Reservoir (1961-1962).
Correspondence and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reports re Broken Bow Reservoir on Mountain Fork River. Some of the material also mentions Pine Creek Reservoir.
F 19: Conservation, Cane Creek (1957-1958, 1961).
Correspondents include U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reports re flood control project on Cane Creek, a tributary of Arkansas River.
F 20: Conservation, Caney River (1953-1955, 1957, 1959-1962).
Correspondence re flood control projects on Caney River. Correspondents include Kansas-Oklahoma Caney Watershed Council of Soil Conservation Districts, Caney Watershed Association of Oklahoma and K. S. Adams.
F 21: Conservation, Caney-Coon Creek Watershed (n.d., 1958-1959).
Correspondence re city of Coalgate, Oklahoma, wanting to participate in watershed in order to insure municipal water supply.
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