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Box 7: Federal Land Bank, 1932 Dec. - 1937 June - Forest Service, 1931 Apr. - 1934 Dec.
F 1-4: Federal Land Bank, 1932 Dec. - 1937 June.
Topics in these folders are also found in Box 6, Folders 73-77.
F 5: Federal Land Banks, 1947 June.
F 6: Federal National Mortgage Association, 1950 May.
Topics include Federal National Mortgage Association, government loans guaranty, and veterans loans.
F 7: Federal Power Commission, Rate Survey, 1935 Jan. - Aug.
Topics include electric utilities and rates. Correspondents include United States Federal Power Commission (Report).
F 8-11: Federal Power Commission, 1935 June - 1950 Dec.
Topics include United States Federal Power Commission officials and employees and rural electrification. Correspondents include Clyde Ellis, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, and the United States Federal Power Commission (Press release).
F 12-19: Federal Public Housing Authority, 1946 Jan. - 1948 Aug.
Topics include public housing in Oklahoma, student housing, World War, 1939-1945,veterans in Oklahoma, Blackwell(Okla.), Guymon (Okla.), and veterans housing. Correspondents include George Lynn Cross, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and United States Federal Public Housing Authority.
F 19B: Federal Reserve Board, 1932 Feb.
Topics include the Board of Governors of the U.S. Federal Reserve System.
F 20-28: Federal Reserve System, 1935 June - 1950 Dec.
Topics include John Jacob Thomas, the Board of Governors of the U.S. Federal Reserve System officials and employees, automobile industry and trade finance, banks and banking, consumer credit, federal reserve banks, and monetary policy. Correspondents include Ira Monroe Finley (folder 20), William G. Stigler (folder 23), and the Board of Governors of the U.S. Federal Reserve System.
F 29-33: Federal Security Agency, 1946 Oct. - 1950 Nov.
Topics include Howard University, the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, federal aid to child welfare, federal aid to medical research, federal aid to public welfare, social security in the United States, and workers' compensation. Correspondents include Robert S. Kerr and the United States Federal Security Agency.
F 34-40: Federal Trade Commission, 1933 Nov. - 1949 Sept.
Topics include the United States Federal Trade Commission, governmental investigations, grain trade law and legislation in the United States, newspapers, the Chicago Grain Market, the Blackwell Daily Journal, and the Blackwell Tribune.
F 41-47: Federal Works Agency, 1945 June - 1950 Apr.
Topics include federal aid to education, grants-in-aid, public works, Lanham Act, war mobilization and Reconversion Act of 1944. Correspondents include Stanley C. Draper, Harry Truman, United States Federal Works Agency, and Oscar V. Rose.
F 48A: Ferguson Committee, 1948 Feb.
Topics include Homer E. Ferguson, William J. Holloway, commodity futures, and the United States Congress and ethics.
F 48B: Fish and Wildlife Service, 1940 Dec. - 1944 May.
Topics include United States Dept. of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service.
F 49-52: Fisheries, Bureau of, 1936 June - 1936 Dec.
Correspondents include United States Bureau of Fisheries.
F 52B-56: Flood Control, 1933 Mar. - 1950 Mar.
Topics include Arkansas River. Correspondents include Don McBride, A. Willis Robertson, and the Arkansas Basin Development Association.
F 57: Flying Farmers' Association, 1949 Nov. - 1950 Mar.
Topics include aeronautics in agriculture. Correspondents include National Flying Farmers' Association.
F 58: Food Distribution Administration, 1943 Apr. - May.
Topics include produce trade. Correspondents include United States Office of Price Administration.
F 59: Food for Europe, 1941 Apr. - Nov.
Topics include Herbert Hoover and American economic assistance in Europe.
F 60: Food Problems, 1945 Mar. - Apr.
Topics include Clyde Martin Reed and agricultural machinery.
F 61: Food Stamp Plan, 1941 Jan. - July.
Topics include food stamp program in Oklahoma.
F 62A: Foreign Economic Administration, 1944 Jan. - 1946 Dec.
Correspondents include United States Foreign Economic Administration.
F 62B-E: Foreign Policy, 1924 July - 1929 Nov.
Topics include Herbert Hoover, League of Nations, Interparliamentary Union(1928), international relations, militarism, and reparations for World War (1914-1918). Correspondents include R. R. Bowker.
F 63-72: Foreign Policy, 1930 May - 1935 July.
Topics include Emma Goldman, World Court, armaments, international relations, neutrality, Argentina, Germany, Mexico, Nicaragua, and the St. Lawrence Seaway Treaty. Correspondents include Melven Cornish, D. Van Hecke, and the Foreign Policy Association.
F 73-76: Foreign Policy, 1936 Jan. - Nov.
Topics include American Association of University Women, international relations, international trade, neutrality, Hawaii, Mexico, and the St. Lawrence Seaway Treaty. Correspondents include Samuel W. King, Frederick J. Sisson, and United States Tariff Commission (Report).
F 76B-77B: Foreign Policy, 1939, 1941, 1944.
Topics include international relations, neutrality, and the Roosevelt Doctrine.
F 78-81: Foreign Policy, 1947 May - 1950 Dec.
Topics include international relations, France, Latin America, Morocco, and Spain. Correspondents include Institute of Inter-American Affairs (U.S.).
F 82: Foreign Policy, Dean Acheson, 1950 Nov. - Dec.
Topics include Dean Acheson and international relations.
F 83: Foreign Policy, Asia and China, 1948, 1950 June - Dec.
Topics include American economic assistance in China, international relations, and Japan.
F 84A-B: Foreign Policy, 1950 Nov. - Dec.
Topics include international relations, neutrality, and Yugoslavia.
F 85-88: Forest Service, 1931 Apr. - 1934 Dec.
Topics include Mount Scott Road. Correspondents include United States Forest Service (Report).
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