DAVE McCURDY COLLECTION

CORRESPONDENCE SERIES

BOX 26

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F1: Correspondence, 1980

Topics include congratulations on election, conversion of in-house Maintenance Division operations to commercial contracts, and Howard Rutledge.

Correspondents include Donnald K. Anderson, Glenn M. Anderson, Marion S. Berry, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Benjamin J. Guthrie, Earl Hutto, James B. Lawrence, Clarence D. Long, Ronald M. Mottl, James J. Nance, Leon E. Panetta, Patricia Schroeder, F. James Sensenbrenner Jr., and Bill Tauzin.

 

F2: Correspondence, Ab-Ak, 1981

Topics include Ronald Reagan budget proposals, Community Action Agencies, American Tax Reduction Movement, Guaranteed and Insured loan programs of the Rural Electrification Administration, tax cuts, gun control, tuition tax credit, food stamp program, and combined military civil service and social security retirement.

Correspondents include Daniel K. Akaka.

 

F3: Correspondence, Al, 1981

Topics include Carl Albert Center, Write Your Congressman Club Inc., Ronald Reagan budget proposals, tuition tax credit, Oklahoma Educational Television Authority, public broadcasting, food stamp program, Community Action Agency, tax cuts, Guaranteed and Insured loan programs of the Rural Electrification Administration, Legal Services Corporation, Southern Plains Inter-Tribal Center, and Social Security.

Correspondents include Carl Albert, Bill Alexander, Angie Alltizer, Marvin D. Almon, and Alfred Alves.

 

F4: Correspondence, Am-Ar, 1981

Topics include Ronald Reagan budget proposals, Community Action Agencies, Social Security, Head Start, Guaranteed and Insured loan programs of the Rural Electrification Administration, Oklahoma Mining and Minerals Resources Research Institute, food stamp program, and National Write Your Congressman Club Inc.

Correspondents include Paul S. Anderson Jr., Charles E. Andrus, and W. C. Arnold.

 

F5: Correspondence, As-Ay, 1981

Topics include Ronald Reagan budget proposals, health insurance, abortion, national defense, tuition tax credit, and Rural Electrification Administration.

Correspondents include D. Ashari and Thomas Atwater.

 

F6: Correspondence, Bab-Ban, 1981

Topics include Ronald Reagan budget proposals, Community Action Agencies, food stamp program, Guaranteed and Insured loan programs of the Rural Electrification Administration, Social Security, Oklahoma Corporation Commission, possible extinction of American Bobcat, and school lunch programs.

Correspondents include Hamp Baker and William S. Banowski.

 

F7: Correspondence, Bar, 1981

Topics include extortion and union officials, Ronald Reagan budget proposals, Impact Aid, Community Action Agencies, Legal Services Corporation, high interest rates, Guaranteed and Insured loan programs of Rural Electrification Administration, Oklahoma Water Resource Board, tuition tax credit, food stamp program, and tax cuts.

Correspondents include Michael D. Barnes, James V. Hansen, Steven R. Barnes, James R. Barrett, and Sharon Barrow.

 

F8: Correspondence, Bas-Bay, 1981

Topics include Ronald Reagan budget proposals, United Nations, Community Action Agencies, Impact Aid, food stamp program, and extortion and union officials.

Correspondents include Dana D. Batey, R. G. Bathe, Marvin Baughman, and Jim Baxter.

 

F9: Correspondence, Bea-Bel, 1981

Topics include school lunch program, Ronald Reagan budget proposals, Community Action Agencies, Legal Services Corporation, cost-of-living adjustments, tuition tax credit, Stovall Museum of Science and History, Institute of Museum Services funding, military retirement benefits, and air traffic control.

Correspondents include Jane Beach, Duane Beachey, Elwin L. Beemer, Phyllis Belcher, Eilene Belden, Bruce M. Bell, and Jack J. Beller.

 

F10: Correspondence, Ben-Beu, 1981

Topics include Ronald Reagan budget proposals, retirement benefits, Land and Water Conservation Fund, merger of civil service and Social Security retirement benefits, tax cuts, Community Action Agencies, and Legal Services Corporation.

Correspondents include David B. Benham, Lionel K. Bentley, and Sally Betts.

 

F11: Correspondence, Bi, 1981

Topics include taking the lord’s name in vain in public broadcasts, Ronald Reagan budget proposals, Social Security, Guaranteed and Insured loans for the Rural Electrification Administration, Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives, Community Action Agencies, Impact Aid, tuition tax credit, food stamp program, and Johnson-O’Malley programs.

Correspondents include John W. Bibber, Larry Bierman, Howard and Louise Billings, Harry Birdwell, Carl Fred Bishop, Chester Bishop, and Dianna Bishop.

 

F12: Correspondence, Bl, 1981

Topics include Community Action Agencies, Ronald Reagan budget proposals, Impact Aid, and peanut farming.

Correspondents include Jon W. Blaschke.

 

F13: Correspondence, Bo, 1981

Topics include Ronald Reagan budget proposals, funding for the arts, Executive Order: Decontrol of Crude Oil and Refined Petroleum Products (full text), Community Action Agencies, Legal Services Corporation, postal services, food stamp program, Social Security, opposition to James Watt, Impact Aid, Oklahoma State Employment Service, tax cuts, Head Start, and civil service retirement combined with Social Security.

Correspondents include Suelyn Boake, Ray Boeskin, William F. Bolger, David L. Boren, David Bourbonnais, Paul Bowman, and Melvin R. Bowman.

 

F14: Correspondence, Bra-Bri, 1981

Topics include funding for higher education, Ronald Reagan budget proposals, NASA, Community Action Agencies, Social Security, postal service, Savings and Retirement Income Incentive Act, Impact Aid, and tax cuts.

Correspondents include Pat Brady, Bill Branch, John H. Brandt, Betty Brann, Florence Breeden, and J. Scott Briggs.

 

F15: Correspondence, Bro-Bry, 1981

Topics include Social Security, civil service retirement benefits, Ronald Reagan budget proposals, railroad transportation, Community Action Agencies, food stamp program, tuition tax credit, school lunch program, student loans, tax cuts, Legal Services Corporation, and Impact Aid.

Correspondents include Clara Brock, Douglas M. Broden, Curtis A. Brooks, Ben Brown, Eugene F. Brown, William E. Brown, C. B. Browning, and Jeffrey L. Brudney.

 

F16: Correspondence, Bu-By, 1981

Topics include Ronald Reagan budget proposals, tax cuts, Community Action Agencies, Guaranteed and Insured loan programs for the Rural Electrification Administration, merger of civil service and Social Security retirement benefits, food stamp program, school lunch program, tuition tax credit, Department of Education, higher education funding, and Impact Aid.

Correspondents include Paul S. Byers.

 

F17: Correspondence, Cab-Cap, 1981

Topics include Community Action Agencies, tuition tax credit, Legal Services Corporation, cost-of-living adjustments, tax cuts, Ronald Reagan budget proposal, Voting Rights Act, merging civil service and Social Security retirement benefits, and Impact Aid.

Correspondents include William L. Cadwallader, A. F. Calabro, Paul H. Calhoun, Roosevelt F. Camp, Keith A. Campbell, and Helen Kirkbride Canfield.

 

F18: Correspondence, Car-Cau, 1981

Topics include Ronald Reagan budget proposals, tuition tax credit, NASA, Social Security, Savings and Retirement Income Incentive Act, food stamp program, Community Action Agencies, tax cuts, housing market, Amtrak, Guaranteed and Insured loan programs of the Rural Electrification Administration, and merging civil service and Social Security retirement benefits.

Correspondents include R. E. Carpenter, Kendal R. Carr, Terry A. Carr, J. E. Carter, Roger Elliott Carter, Paul Castellow, and Christiana V. Caudill.

 

F19: Correspondence, Ce-Ci, 1981

Topics include Ronald Reagan budget proposal, food stamp program, tax cuts, Community Action Agencies, arms sale to Saudi Arabia, Guaranteed and Insured loan programs of the Rural Electrification Administration, funding for Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA), tuition tax credit, school lunch program, Impact Aid, air traffic controllers, and Legal Services Corporation.

Correspondents include Grady Cearley, Yolanda Charney, Richard V. Chase, Robert N. Chase, and Nancy Chess.

 

F20: Correspondence, Cl, 1981

Topics include Ronald Reagan budget proposals, tax cuts, Community Action Agencies, Social Security, air traffic controllers, tuition tax credit, Impact Aid, food stamp program, foreign aid, and Legal Services Corporation.

Correspondents include Eloise E. Clark, Paul R. Clark, Robert E. Clark, Howard Clayton, Jeanne S. Cleveland, James E. Clifford Jr., and David W. Clinkenbrand.

 

F21: Correspondence, Coa-Com, 1981

Topics include tax cuts, Ronald Reagan budget proposals, school lunch program, peanut farmers, Amtrak, TRIO programs, food stamp programs, Impact Aid, and Community Action Agencies.

Correspondents include Reuben M. Cochran, Terrell Coffey, Ronald W. Coffman, and Douglas L. Combs.

 

F22: Correspondence, Con-Cor, 1981

Topics include Ronald Reagan budget proposals, tax cuts, TRIO programs, Legal Services Corporation, school lunch programs, and Guaranteed and Insured loan programs of the Rural Electrification Administration.

Correspondents include Dale Copeland and Gary W. Copeland.

 

F23: Correspondence, Cos-Coy, 1981

Topics include Fund for Assuring an Independent Retirement, Ronald Reagan budget proposals, defense spending, tax cuts, tuition tax credit, Community Action Agencies, air traffic controllers, and food stamp programs.

Correspondents include Alan J. Couch, Lillian Couch, Thomas F. Eagleton, Richard Bolling, and James K. Coyne.

 

F24: Correspondence, Cr, 1981

Topics include Community Action Agencies, Ronald Reagan budget proposals, Social Security, Legal Services Corporation, tax cuts, tuition tax credit, Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA), housing industry, abortion, high interest rates, merging civil service and Social Security retirement benefits, and food stamp program.

Correspondents include Robert B. Craig, David Craighead, Ricky D. Crain, Philip M. Crane, William H. Crawford, Leo Cravens, Diane E. Crites, Joy Critz, and Bonnie Cross.

 

F25: Correspondence, Cu-Cy, 1981

Topics include Ronald Reagan budget proposals, education funding, Guaranteed and Insured loan programs of the Rural Electrification Administration, Democratic National Committee, and Social Security.

Correspondents include Charles E. Curry.

 

F26: Correspondence, Da, 1981

Topics include Ronald Reagan budget proposals, Oklahoma Employment Security Commission retirement benefits, tuition tax credit, IRS regulations on withholding exemption certificates, Impact Aid, Community Action Agencies, food stamp program, tax cuts, Legal Services Corporation, school lunch program, Department of Education, and abortion.

Correspondents include John Dahl, Dan Daniel, Terry D. Darnell, Ralph F. Daub, B. L. Davis, Junetta Davis, Weldon Davis, Gerald Dawkins, and Bill Dawson.

 

F27: Correspondence, De, 1981

Topics include Ronald Reagan budget proposals, Green Thumb program, Social Security, tax cuts, Legal Services Corporation, Impact Aid, Clean Air Act, tuition tax credit, and money market funds.

Correspondents include Stephen T. DeLaMater, Robert B. Delano, Lavelle Dennis, Murlin Derebery, and Mark Derichsweiler.

 

F28: Correspondence, Di, 1981

Topics include Anti-Arson Act, Ronald Reagan budget proposals, tax cuts, Social Security, tuition tax credit, and welfare.

Correspondents include Richard L. Dickson, W. W. Dickinson, Velmer J. Dimery, Edward A. Dinges, and Julian C. Dixon.

 

F29: Correspondence, Do, 1981

Topics include abortion, Ronald Reagan budget proposals, Social Security, tuition tax credit, tax cuts, Community Action Agencies, Legal Services Corporation, taxes on interest earnings, food stamp program, extortion and union officials, and Equal Rights Amendment.

Correspondents include Allen B. Dobey, Raymond Donnell, Brian Donnelly, John B. Doolin, William T. Dotts, Dotie Irene Dougherty, Kenneth Doughty, and W. D. Dowdell Jr.

 

F30: Correspondence, Dr-Dy, 1981

Topics include Ronald Reagan budget proposals, tax cuts, Community Action Agencies, food stamp program, national defense, Guaranteed and Insured loan programs of the Rural Electrification Administration, civil service retirement benefits, Social Security, Legal Services Corporation, and tuition tax credit.

Correspondents include Dan Draper, Conrad G. Drexel, W. H. Dryden, Leon Dulin, Hubert F. Dunagan, Frances R. Dunham, Grover Duncan, and E. J. Dunlap.

 

F31: Correspondence, Ea-Ed, 1981

Topics include Carl Albert Center, Ronald Reagan budget proposals, tax cuts, Voting Rights Act, Oklahoma Employment Security Commission retirement benefits, tuition tax credit, Indian Housing Program, James R. Jones budget proposals, and Guaranteed and Insured loan programs of the Rural Electrification Administration.

Correspondents include Horace D. Eaton, Melinda M. Eaton, Kent Ebner, James A. Echols, Dennis E. Eckart, Glenn W. Edwards, Jay T. Edwards, and Mickey Edwards.

 

F32: Correspondence, Eg-Ep, 1981

Topics include Ronald Reagan budget proposals, Impact Aid, Community Action Agencies, school lunch program, tuition tax credit, and taxes on interest earnings.

Correspondents include Ron Eisenhour, John C. Elkins, Rosemary Ellison, Margaret England, and John W. Enlow.

 

F33: Correspondence, Er-Eu, 1981

Topics include tax cuts, Ronald Reagan budget proposals, food stamp programs, Community Action Agencies, and school lunch programs.

Correspondents include Jessie K. Erickson, Paul Erickson, Tina Erickson, Ed Ersland, Margaret M. Erwin, Wanda Evaize, and Clyde R. Evans.


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