Box 1: Aeronautics (1951) -- Agriculture (1953).
F 1: Aeronautics (1951).
Use of Okmulgee Airport as pilot training school; map.
F 2: Aeronautics (1952).
Training Air Force personnel at Okmulgee Airport; aeronautical training; Central Air Lines: route extension; Continental Airlines; U.S. Air Force accidents; decommissioning of the Hobart Civil Aeronautics Administration; Braniff Airways application to the Civil Aeronautics Board; visual control tower at Lawton Airport; statement by Kerr to Civil Aeronautics Board re: Central Air Lines.
F 3: Aeronautics (1953).
Central Air Lines: route extension and Okmulgee-Henryetta route; Beech Aircraft Corporation. Correspondents include; Keith Kahle.
F 4: Aeronautics (1954).
Copy of H.R. 8898: Amendment to Civil Aeronautics Act; copy of S. 3759: Permanent certification for local service air carriers; Central Air Lines: route extensions, cutbacks, and headquarters in Muskogee. Correspondents include: Ed Edmondson; Keith Kahle.
F 5: Aeronautics (1955).
Copy of H.R. 2225: Amendment to Civil Aeronautics Act; copy of S. 651: Amendment to Civil Aeronautics Act; copy of S. 651: Permanent certification of local air service; North American Air Lines; copy of S. 1855: Amendment to Federal Airport Act; Central Air Lines: route extensions; statements of Kerr and Mike Monroney before the Civil Aeronautics Board, certification of local air service, and Muskogee headquarters. Correspondents include: Keith Kahle.
F 6: Aeronautics (1956).
Air Transportation Association meeting; Central Air Lines: route extensions, Jet Fuel Project, and maps. Correspondents include: Keith Kahle.
F 7: Aeronautics (1958).
Copy of S. 3880: Federal Aviation Act of 1958; S. Res. 327; Public Law 85-568; press release from Mike Monroney's office; subsidies for airline domestic trunks. Correspondents include: Strom Thurmond.
F 8: Aeronautics (1959).
Material on the Senate Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences; statement by Lyndon B. Johnson; correspondence re H.R. 4049 which would amend the Federal Aviation Act of 1958 to authorize free or reduced rate transportation for certain persons.
F 9: Aeronautics (1960).
S. 3563 and S. 3564: Federal Aviation Administration Act amendments.
F 10: Aeronautics (1961).
Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences; statement of James E. Webb, administrator of National Aeronautics and Space Administration, before the House Committee on Science and Astronautics; transportation tax; space program; military air transport; air piracy; publications from Dresser Industries re: company's involvement with lunar exploration. Correspondents include: Stephen M. Young; Stuart Symington; John Stennis; Clinton P. Anderson; Stanley Draper.
F 11: Agriculture, Crop Insurance (1947).
Correspondents include: Mike Monroney; Preston E. Peden; Toby Morris; W.G. Stigler; Elmer Thomas; Glen D. Johnson; Carl Albert.
F 12: Agriculture (1949).
General. Copy of H.R. 2753: To amend the act relating to additional homestead entries in order to prevent evasion of the cultivation requirement; copy of H.R. 3997: Making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1950; copy of H.R. 4800: To direct the Secretary of Agriculture to convey certain mineral interests; transfer of timberlands from Department of Agriculture to Department of the Interior; poultry. Correspondents include: Carl Albert; and Elmer Thomas
F 13: Agriculture, Commodity Credit Corporation (1949).
Summary of the cotton marketing quota provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended; comparison of marketing quota provisions of department bill with existing marketing quota law; statement by Secretary of Agriculture Charles F. Brannan at a joint hearing of House and Senate Agriculture Committees; copy of S. 1971: To stabilize farm income and farm prices of agricultural commodities; copy of S. 900; Conference Report and Public Law 81-85; amendment to the Commodity Credit Corporation Charter Act; statement from Secretary Brannan announcing a grain storage program; copy of Public Law 81-272 for S. 1962: To amend the cotton and wheat marketing quota provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938; memorandum for Kerr pertaining to S. 1971; copy of H.R. 5345: To stabilize prices of agricultural commodities; Public Law 81-439.
F 14: Agriculture, Commodity Credit Corporation, Correspondence (1949).
Correspondence regarding storage, S. 900, H.R. 2682. Correspondents include: Victor Wickersham; B. D. Eddie; Oklahoma Grain and Feed Dealers Association; American Farm Bureau Federation; Oklahoma Farmers Union.
F 15: Agriculture, Extension Service (1949).
Copy of S. 1083: To foster the cooperative agricultural education work of the extension services; resolution passed by Oklahoma Farmers Union at the 44th Annual Convention urging separation of extension department from any farm organization; list of county extension agents for Oklahoma.
F 16: Agriculture, Fort Reno Remount Station (1949).
Copy of S. 1788: To set aside certain lands known as the Fort Reno Military Reservation for the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Indians of Oklahoma; copy of S. 2527: To transfer lands of Fort Reno to attorney general; report on conference with Secretary of Agriculture Charles F. Brannan re: future of government remount service.
F 17: Agriculture, Future Farmers of America (1949).
Copy of S. 1472: To prohibit unauthorized use of the name of insignia of the Future Farmers of America. Correspondents include: Homer Ferguson; Pat McCarran.
F 18: Agriculture, Oleomargarine (1949).
Copy of H.R. 2023: To regulate oleomargarine, to repeal certain taxes relating to oleomargarine; report on H.R. 2023; "Senate Oleo Report Ignores Economic Issues" issued by National Cooperative Milk Producers Federation, American Butter Institute, and National Creameries Association; background memorandum.
F 19: Agriculture, Oleomargarine, Correspondence (Jan. - Mar. 1949).
Correspondence re: H.R. 2023. Correspondents include: National Association of Margarine Manufacturers (cartoons); National Cotton Council of America.
F 20: Agriculture, Oleomargarine, Correspondence (Apr. 1949).
Correspondence re: H.R. 2023.
F 21: Agriculture, Oleomargarine, Correspondence (May - Dec. 1949).
Correspondence re: H.R. 2023. Correspondents include: National Cooperative Milk Producers Federation; National Association of Margarine Manufacturers; American Dairy Association of Oklahoma.
F 22: Agriculture, Rural Electric and Telephone Service (Jan. - Apr. 1949).
Correspondence re: REA, rural electric cooperatives, S. 1254, and H.R. 2960. Correspondents include: Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company; National Rural Electric Cooperative Association; Southwestern Bell.
F 23: Agriculture, Rural Electric and Telephone Service (May - July 1949).
Correspondence re: REA, rural electric cooperatives, S. 1254, and H.R. 2960; statement of Kerr before Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry re: S. 1254.
F 24: Agriculture, Rural Electric and Telephone Service (Aug. - Oct. 1949).
Correspondence re: REA, rural electric cooperatives, S. 1254, and H.R. 2960.
F 25: Agriculture (1950).
General. Fort Reno Remount Station; Farm Bureau-Extension Service divorce bill; farm mineral rights; Department of Agriculture appropriations; coffee production and trade. Correspondents include: Henry G. Bennett; George Howard Wilson.
F 26: Agriculture, Commodity Credit Corporation (1950).
Copy of S. 2826: To increase the borrowing power of the Commodity Credit Corporation; correspondence re: S. 2826; acreage allotments; Brannan farm plan; cotton and peanut acreage allotments; price supports for potatoes; supply and price of sugar; agricultural research; H.R. 6567: CCC bill. Correspondents include: Warren G. Magnuson.
F 27: Agriculture, Future Farmers of America (1950).
Copy of S. 2868: To incorporate the Future Farmers of America; correspondence re: S. 2868; drafts and suggested revisions of S. 2868; statement by Kerr to Judiciary Committee; table of Future Farmers of America membership by states. Correspondents include: Harry Darby; Herbert R. O'Conor; J. W. Fulbright; Pat McCarran; John W. McCormack; Future Farmers of America; Claude Pepper.
F 28: Agriculture, Oleomargarine (Jan. 3 - 11, 1950).
Correspondence re: H.R. 2023. Correspondents included Alexander Wiley.
F 29: Agriculture, Oleomargarine (Jan. 12 - June 1950).
Correspondence re: H.R. 2023.
F 30: Agriculture (1951).
General. Copy of S. 1001: To facilitate the administration of the national forests; correspondence re: S. 1001; authorization of an investigation relative to expanded uses of farm crops; publication of National Milk Producers Federation; sulfur in food production; farm production loans; Agricultural Research and Marketing Act; Phillips Petroleum's leasing of Cactus Ordnance Works at Etter, Texas, for fertilizer production; chemicals used in food production; publication of National Agricultural Chemicals Association; livestock slaughter quotas; food prices; proposed committee on consumer interests; correspondence re: House Bill 241 (Oklahoma legislature): dealing with animal research and vivisection. Corespondents include: Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation.
F 31: Agriculture, Appropriations (1951).
Copy of H.R. 3973: Making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for fiscal year ending June 30, 1952; correspondence re: H.R. 3973.
F 32: Agriculture, Commodity Credit Corporation (1951).
Report on H.R. 2615: To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938; list of active and announced price support programs; analysis of program results; report on H.R. 4475: To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938.
F 33: Agriculture, Farm Labor (1951).
Correspondence re: S. 984: To amend the Agricultural Act of 1949 (providing for importation of Mexican agricultural workers); copy of public law created by S. 984; analysis of S. 984. Correspondents include: American Farm Bureau Federation; National Cotton Council of America; Homer M. Adkins; Oklahoma Farm Bureau.
F 34: Agriculture (1952).
General. Copy of H.R. 7314: department appropriations for fiscal year 1953; correspondence re: H.R. 7314; Defense Production Act; information functions of the department; pecans; insect problems; fertilizer consumption; Extension Service; livestock diseases; pasture development and water conservation development projects; importation of butter; raisins; meat inspection; soil conservation; rural telephone loans. Correspondents include: Oklahoma Farm Bureau; National Farmers Union.
F 35: Agriculture, Price Supports (1952).
Milk; statement by Senator M. R. Young before Senate Agriculture Committee relating to S. 2115 and S. 450, regarding price supports for various commodities; Parity Handbook (Senate document prepared by Department of Agriculture); conference report on H.R. 8122, regarding price supports for various commodities; cottonseed oil price ceilings; peanuts; potatoes. Correspondents include: National Cotton Council of America.
F 36: Agriculture, Price Supports, S. 2996 (1952).
Copy of S. 2996: To amend the Agricultural Act of 1949 (to provide for price supports); drafts of S. 2996; testimony of Kerr before the Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry; Congressional Record with Kerr's remarks on the bill; correspondence re: the bill. Correspondents include: National Farmers Union; Charles F. Brannan.
F 37: Agriculture (1953).
General. Administration's farm plan; cotton; farm income; acreage allotments; information on the grain sanitation program; Oklahoma State Senate Resolution pertaining to contemplated reduction of funds for the Future Farmers of America and Future Homemakers of America; soil and water conservation; flood prevention; appropriations; reorganization of department; correspondence re: Farm Credit Reorganization Bill; timberlands; statement by Kerr re: Agriculture Conservation Payments; pasture development and water conservation development projects; freight rates; price supports; copy of Senate Agriculture Committee hearings on cotton marketing quotas and acreage allotments. Correspondents include: Ezra Taft Benson; Victor Wickersham; Milton R. Young; Hubert H. Humphrey; Margaret Chase Smith; J. L. McClellan; National Farmers Union; National Council of Farmer Cooperatives; and Lyndon B. Johnson.
F 38: Agriculture, Cattle (1953).
Copy of S. 798: To provide mandatory price support for beef cattle; related information; draft of S. 798; presidential proclamation re: import duties on cattle; Department of Agriculture beef purchase program; livestock news report for San Antonio; Kerr press release; Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association resolutions; special livestock loans.
F 39: Agriculture, Cattle, Correspondence (Jan. - June 1953).
Correspondence re: cattle price supports and S. 798; copy of article by Representative Clifford R. Hope in Country Gentleman. Correspondents include: Byron G. Rogers; Hugh Butler; Bernard J. Boyle.
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