GEORGE H. WILSON COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 1

Series 1: Subject, 1927-1950

F 1: Agriculture Department (1950).

a. Correspondence.  Topics include speech invitation, custom combines, and federal lands.

b. H. R. 3997: "Making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1950, and for other purposes"  (Jamie L. Whitten - Mississippi). Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949). 

c. H. R. 8850: "To establish two additional offices of Assistant Secretaries of Agriculture and office of an Administrative Assis tant Secretary of Agriculture, and for other purposes" (Harold D.  Cooley - North Carolina).  Eighty-first Congress; Second Session (1950).

F 2: Agriculture -- Brannan Plan (1949-1950).

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Homer Duffy and John I.  Taylor. Topics include cooperative marketing of wheat.

b. Booklet: National Farmers Union: "The Brannan Price Support Program" (1949).

c. Press Release: U. S. Department of Agriculture: re: wheat marketing quotas (July 14, 1949).

F 3: Agriculture -- Brannan Plan (1949-1950).

a. Hearings: "General Farm Program (Testimony of Secretary of Agriculture Brannan)."  House Committee on Agriculture.  Eighty-first Congress; Second Session (April, 1949).

b. Report: Legislative Reference Service, Library of Congress: "The Brannan Plan."  Public Affairs Bulletin No. 78 (July, 1950).  Report by John Kerr Rose. 

F 4: Agriculture -- Brannan Plan (1949).

Statement: Charles F. Brannan: House Committee on Agriculture and Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry (April 7, 1949).  U.S.D.A. release and Congressional Record reprints. 

F 5: Agriculture -- Brannan Plan (1949-1950).

a. Release: U. S. D. A.: "Questions and Answers on Proposed Price Support Program" (May, 1949). 

b. Release: U. S. D. A.: "Comparison of the Price Support Provisions of the Agricultural Act of 1949 with Changes Recommended by [the] U. S. D. A." (February 17, 1950). 

F 6: Agriculture -- Brannan Plan (1949).

a. Typescript: GHW(?): "What Kind of Farm Program?" (1949?).

b. Statement: Allan B. Kline: before the National Farm Program Subcommittee, House Committee on Agriculture (April 28, 1949).  Supporting the Agricultural Act of 1948 and objecting to the Brannan Plan.

c. Statement: Allan B. Kline: before the National Farm Program Sub-committee, Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry (July 14, 1949).  Supporting revisions of the Agricultural Act of 1948 and discussing S. 1971.

F 7: Agriculture -- Brannan Plan (1949).

a. Booklet: American Forum of the Air: Volume XII, No. 16 (April 18, 1949): "The New Farm Program."  Discussants were Charles F. Brannan and Senator Edward J. Thye (Minnesota).

b. Booklet: Bureau of Agricultural Economics, U. S. Department of Agriculture: The Agricultural Situation: Volume XXXIII, No. 5 (May, 1949).  Contents include "The Secretary's Program" by Wesley McCune.

c. H. R. 5345: "To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended, and for other purposes" (Stephen Pace - Georgia).  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  Handwritten notes on progress of the bill.

d. House Report 998 (H. R. 5345): "Agricultural Act of 1949."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).

e. H. R. 5617: "To authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to stabilize prices of agricultural commodities; to amend section 22 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act, reenacted by the Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937; and for other purposes" (Albert Gore - Tennessee).  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  Note attached.

f. Public Law 85 (S. 900): "To amend the Commodity Credit Corporation Charter Act, and for other purposes."  Eighty-first Congress (1949).  Original bill by Elmer Thomas (Oklahoma), et al.

F 8: Agriculture -- Butter (1949-1950).

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Carl Albert.  Topics include price supports and government purchases.

b. Announcement: Production and Marketing Administration, U. S.  Department of Agriculture: "Salted Creamery Butter" (February 21, 1949).  Re: sale of butter.

c. Release: Production and Marketing Administration, U. S. Department of Agriculture: "Butterfat Support Program for 1949" (February 8, 1949).

d. List: "Directory of Production and Marketing Administration Commodity Offices" (1948).

e. Release: Production and Marketing Administration, U. S. Department of Agriculture: "Standard Contract Conditions" (1946).

f. Booklet: Dairy Products Marketing Association: DPMA News (October, 1949).  Contains articles on farm legislation and vitamin A content in butter.

g. GHW office memoranda.

F 9: Agriculture -- Cotton (1950).  Acreage Allotments.

a. H. J. Res. 398: "Relating to cotton and peanut acreage allotments and marketing quotas under the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended" (Harold D. Cooley - North Carolina).  Eighty-first Congress; Second Session (1950).  Reported print.

b. House Report 1509 (H. J. Res. 398): "Emergency Cotton Quota Adjustments."  Eighty-first Congress; Second Session (1950).

c. House (Conference) Report 1803 (H. J. Res. 398): "Emergency Cotton Quota Adjustments."  Eighty-first Congress; Second Session (1950).

d. Public Law 471 (H. J. Res. 398).  Eighty-first Congress (1950). 

F 10: Agriculture -- Cotton (1949-1950).  Acreage Allotments.

a. House Report 1148 (H. R. 5738): "Cotton Acreage Allotments and Marketing Quotas."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  Original bill by Stephen Pace (Georgia).

b. H. R. 9109: "To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended, the Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act; Public Law 74, Seventy-seventh Congress; the Agricultural Act of 1949; and for other purposes" (Stephen Pace - Georgia).  Eighty-first Congress; Second Session (1950).  Introduced print.

c. House Report 2566 (H. R. 9109): "Cotton Acreage Allotments and Marketing Quotas."  Eighty-first Congress; Second Session (1950).

F 11: Agriculture -- Cotton (1949-1950).

a. Correspondence: Correspondents include Charles F. Brannan, Harold D.  Cooley (form), Stanley Draper, Horace Hayden, Stephen Pace (form), Elmer Thomas, and John I. Taylor.  Topics include acreage allotments, labor bill, and exports.

b. Minutes: Oklahoma Cotton Ginners' Association meeting: "Oklahoma cotton acreage allotments for 1950 and future years" (May 4, 1949).

c. Release: U. S. Department of Agriculture: Text of telegram from Allan B. Kline, President, American Farm Bureau Federation, to Secretary of Agriculture Charles F. Brannan, and Brannan letter in response (December, 1949).

d. Speech: Tom Pickett (U. S. Representative - Texas): "Cotton and Peanut Acreage Allotments" (March 29, 1950).  Delivered in the House.

F 12: Agriculture -- Crop Insurance (1949-1950).

a. Correspondence.  Topics include green bug infestation and insecticides.

b. H. R. 3825: "To amend the Federal Crop Insurance Act" (Watkins M.  Abbitt - Virginia).  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  Reported print.

c. House Report 420 (H. R. 3825): "Crop Insurance."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).

d. Public Law 268 (H. R. 3825).  Eighty-first Congress (1949).

e. Booklet: "Report of the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation for 1948" (1949).

f. Informal Reports: re Oklahoma cotton crop insurance, wheat crop insurance, and multiple crop insurance programs (1948-1951).  Includes maps showing counties affected.

F 13: Agriculture -- Farm Surpluses (1950).

a. Correspondence and clippings.  Topics include potatoes, eggs, and school lunch program.

b. H. R. 7327: "To authorize delivery of surplus agricultural commodities for distribution to relieve hardship caused by unemployment." Eighty-first Congress; Second Session (1950). (Thomas J. Lane - Massachusetts).

c. H. R. 7751: "To amend Public Law 439, Eight-first Congress, cited as the 'Agricultural Act of 1949.'" Eighty-first Congress; Second Session (1950).  (Dean P. Taylor - New York).

d. H. J. Res. 430: "To amend the Agricultural Act of 1949 so as to authorize delivery of surplus farm commodities to the States." Eighty-first Congress; Second Session (1950). (Henry D. Larcade, Jr.- Louisiana).

e. Statement: Production and Marketing Administration, U. S. Department of Agriculture: "Domestic Availability of Commodities under Section 416 of the Agricultural Act of 1949" (February 27, 1950).

F 14: Agriculture -- Farm Retail Price Spreads (1949-1950).

a. Correspondence.

b. Typescript: "The Market Basket."  Compares food costs, 1913-1949.  Page two only.

c. Report: Legislative Reference Service, Library of Congress: "Farm-to-Retail Price Spreads: Selected Agricultural Commodities, 1932, 1939, 1947 and 1949."  Typescript; two discrete copies.

d. Senate Report 2377 (S. Res. 36 and S. Res. 198): "Utilization of Farm Crops: Price Spreads -- Coffee."  Eighty-first Congress; Second Session (1950).

e. Booklet: Bureau of Agricultural Economics, U. S. Department of Agriculture: Price Spreads Between Farmers and Consumers, by Richard O. Been.  Agricultural Information Bulletin No. 4 (1949). 

F 15: Agriculture -- Farmers' Bulleting (1949). Requests.

Lists.

F 16: Agriculture -- Farmers' Bulletins (1949).  Requests.

Lists and correspondence.

F 17: Agriculture -- Farmers' Bulletins (1950).  Requests.

Lists and correspondence (A - L).

F 18: Agriculture -- Farmers' Bulletins (1950).  Requests.

Correspondence (M - Z).

F 19: Agriculture -- Farm Parity; Brannan Plan (1949-1950). 

News Clippings.

F 20: Agriculture -- Farm Parity; Brannan Plan (1949-1950).

News Clippings.

F 21: Agriculture -- Farm Parity; Brannan Plan (1949-1950).

a. Correspondence (A - L) and clippings.  Correspondents include Lyle L. Hague and Z. H. Lawter.  Topics include price supports, wheat, Anderson bill (S. 2522), Brannan Plan, and pecans.

b. Resolution: Oklahoma Pecan Growers Association (December 9-10, 1948).  Re: pecan marketing and price supports.

F 22: Agriculture -- Farm Parity; Brannan Plan (1949-1950).

a. Correspondence (M - W) and clippings.  Correspondents include Stephen Pace (form) and John I. Taylor.  Topics include H. R.  5382 corn, wheat, potatoes, Anderson bill, and Brannan Plan.

b. Crop forecasts: A. W. Erickson Field Notes Crop Reporting Service (March, 1950).  Re: wheat.

F 23: Agriculture -- Farm Parity; Brannan Plan (1949).  GHW office materials.  

F 24: Agriculture -- Farm Parity; Brannan Plan (1949-1950).  Legislative Data.

a. Committee Schedule: House Committee on Agriculture (1949).  Re: price support hearings.

b. Statement: R. B. Taylor, Oregon Wheat Growers League (May, 1949). Re: wheat price supports.  Before House Committee on Agriculture.

c. Booklet: "Federal Price Support for Agricultural Commodities," by Robert H. Shields and Edward M. Shulman.  Reprint from Iowa Law Review, XXXIV, No. 2 (January, 1949).  Distributed by the National Farmers Union.  Memorandum enclosed.

d. Booklet: Farm Price Support Program, by Charles F. Brannan (1949?). Distributed by the National Farmers Union. Memorandum enclosed.

e. Extension of Remarks: GHW: "Our Farm Program..A realistic and Constructive Endeavor to Make Democracy Work" (July 24, 1950).  Typescript; Congressional Record sheet.

F 25: Agriculture -- Farm Parity; Brannan Plan (1948-1950).  Legislation.

a. Public Law 897 (H. R. 6248): "To authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to stabilize prices of agricultural commodities; to amend section 22 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act, re-enacted by the Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937, and for other purposes" (Agricultural Act of 1948).  Eightieth Congress (1948).  Original bill by Clifford R. Hope -- Kansas.

b. House Report 998 (H. R. 5345): "Agricultural Act of 1949."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949). 

c. Public Law 439 (H. R. 5345). 

d. H. R. 5382: "Two amend the provisions of the Perishable Commodities Act, 1930, relating to practices in the marketing of perishable agricultural commodities."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  (Lloyd M. Bentson, Jr. -- Texas).

e. H. R. 7135: "To amend Public Law 439, Eighty-first Congress, cited as the `Agricultural Act of 1949.'"  Eighty-first Congress; Second Session (1950).  (Hugh D. Scott, Jr. -- Pennsylvania).

f. H. R. 7751: "To amend Public Law 439, Eighty-first Congress; Second Session (1950).  (Don P. Taylor -- New York).

g. S. 2522: "To stabilize prices of agricultural commodities."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  (Clinton P. Anderson -- New Mexico).  Reported print.

h. S.  2283: "To stabilize farm income and farm prices of agricultural commodities at a fair level, and to provide an adequate, balanced, and orderly flow of agricultural commodities in interstate and foreign commerce."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  (Elmer Thomas -- Oklahoma).

F 26: Agriculture -- Grain (1949-1950).

a. Correspondence.  Topic is Canadian wheat purchases with European Recovery Program funds.

b. Release: Economic Cooperation Administration (September 15, 1949).  Re: E.C.A. funding for British purchases of Canadian wheat.

c. Memorandum (August 4, 1949).  Re: 1950 wheat acreage allotments for Oklahoma.

d. Booklet: Oklahoma State Employment Service (1950): "Oklahoma Small Grain Harvest Guide for Custom Combine Owners."  Lists wheat acreage allotment by county.

e. Release: Production and Marketing Administration, U. S. D. A. (July 14, 1950).  Re: 1951 wheat allotment.

f. Booklet: Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations, U. S. D. A.: "The International Wheat Agreement of 1949" (March 31, 1949).

g. News clipping. 

F 27: Agriculture -- Grain Storage (1950).

News clippings. 

F 28: Grain Storage -- (1949-1950).

a. Statement: GHW (1950).  Re: grain storage.  "Not presented" written across top.

b. Report: Library of Congress: "Grain Storage: Plans and Programs." 

c. Membership list: Subcommittee on Agriculture: Senate Committee on Appropriations.

d. H. R. 3757: "To permit Commodity Credit Corporation to acquire real property for the purpose of providing storage for agricultural commodities close to farms where such commodities are grown."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  (Lowell Stockman - Oregon).

e. S. 663: "To provide for an adequate national reserve of agricultural commodities, and for other purposes."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  (Elmer Thomas -- Oklahoma).

f. S. 900: "To amend the Commodity Credit Corporation Charter Act, the Strategic and Critical Materials stock Piling Act, and for other purposes."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  (Elmer Thomas -- Oklahoma, et. al.). Reported print.

g. S. 3469: "To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933, as amended."  Eighty-first Congress; Second Session (1950).  (Elmer Thomas -- Oklahoma).

F 29: Agriculture -- Grain Storage (1949-1950).

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Homer Duffy.  Topics include grain storage, railroad car supply, S. 900, H. R. 2682, and amendments to S. 2826 and H. R. 6567.

b. H. R. 3757. 

c. Memorandum: National Association of Refrigerated Warehouses (April 15, 1949).  Re: legislation to provide public warehouses (S. 900; H. R. 2682).

d. Proposed Legislation (1949).  Re: Creation of Grain Storage Authority.

e. Proposal: One million bushel grain elevator at Oklahoma City (1950).

f. Statement: Dale H. Johnston (March 24, 1949).  Re: H. R. 3757 and related legislation concerning government grain facilities. (Banking and Currency Committee).

F 30: Agriculture -- Livestock (1948-1949).

a. Correspondence and news clippings.  Correspondents include Carl Albert.  Topics include cattle tick control, Brannan Plan and meat-packing industry, and hoof-and-mouth disease.

b. Memo: Glenn W. Faris to Stanley C. Draper.  (January 13, 1949).  Re: proposed Hoof-and Mouth Disease Vaccine Plant.

c. Memo: Wayne Morris (March 1, 1949).  Re: "Department of Agriculture Proposal to Liquidate Government Stallion Program."

d. Senate Document 211: "Control of Foot-and Mouth Disease."  Eightieth Congress; Second Session (1948).  Subcommittee of Committee on Appropriations. 

F 31: Agriculture - Marketing (1947-1949).

a. Speech: Ralph S. Trigg, Administrator, Production and Marketing Administration (December 5, 1949).  Before PMA National Conference.

b. Booklet: Bureau of Agricultural Economics, U. S. D. A.: The Marketing and Transportation Situation (July 1949).  Re: livestock/meat price spreads.

c. Booklet: U. S. D. A. Technical Bulletin No. 934 (August 1947): Marketing Margins and Costs For Grains, Grain Products and Dry Edible Beans, by Donald R. Stokes.

F 32: Agriculture -- Miscellaneous (1949-1950).

a. Correspondence.  Topic is soil conservation appropriations.

b. Pamphlet: Production and Credit Association: "Loans For Farmers and Stockmen" (n.d.).

c. Pamphlet: Guymon Chamber of Commerce: "Guymon, Oklahoma: Livestock, Wheat, and Petroleum Capitol" (n.d.).

d. Pamphlet: Re: U. S. Route 54.  (The highway crosses the Oklahoma Panhandle).

e. Pamphlet: Financial Statement, City National Bank, Guymon, Oklahoma (October 4, 1950). 

f. Report: Sixteenth Annual...: Enid Production Credit Administration (1934-1949).

g. Report: Sixteenth Annual...: Kiamichi Production Credit Administration (1934-1949).

h. Report: Sixteenth Annual...: Muskogee Production Credit Administration (1934-1949).

i. Report: Sixteenth Annual...: Ponca City Production Credit Administration (1934-1949).

j. Report: Sixteenth Annual...: Shawnee Production Credit Administration (1934-1949).

k. Pamphlet: University of Illinois College of Agriculture Circular 640: "Some Economic Facts for Farmers," by R. W. Bartlett.

l. Booklet: American Institute of Cooperation: "Agricultural America" (1949).

F 33: Agriculture - Miscellaneous (1949-1950).

a. Resolutions: "Thirty-first Annual Convention of the American Farm Bureau Federation" December 15, 1949).

b. Pamphlet: "Agricultural Policy and Program Recommendation... The National Grange" (November 1949).

c. Booklet: Democratic National Committee: The Administration Farm Program: A Training Kit for Leaders (1949).  Cover memo from India Edwards (August 11, 1950).

d. Pamphlet: Alabama Polytechnic Institute Agricultural Experiment Station: "Agricultural Opportunities and Problems of the South from the Research Point of View," by M. J. Funchess (June, 1950).  Cover letter from Rep. George Andrews (July 21, 1950).

e. House Report 1757 (H. R. 6567): "Increasing the Borrowing Power of Commodity Credit Corporation."  Eighty-first Congress; Second Session (1950).  House Committee on Banking and Currency.  Original bill by Brent Spence (Kentucky).

f. Table: "Commodity Credit Corporation Costs of Operation" (August 9, 1950).

F 34: Agriculture -- Mung Beans (1949-1950).

a. Correspondence and news clippings.  Topics include exports and government purchases. 

b. Leaflets: Commodity Credit Corporation, U.S.D.A.: Invitations No. 5 (July 19, 1949) and No. 7 (August 1, 1949).  Re: sale of mung beans.

c. Leaflets: Tariff Commission (1950).  Re: trade agreements with Chile; mentions beans.

d. Office memoranda.

F 35: Agriculture -- Oleomargarine (1949-1950, and undated).

a. Correspondence regarding oleomargarine taxes.  Correspondents include W. R. Poage (form).

b. Pamphlet: American Butter Institute, et al. (n.d.).  Re: butter vs. oleomargarine.

c. Booklet: National Association of Margarine Manufacturers (n.d.).  Reproductions of editorial cartoons.

F 36: Agriculture -- Oleomargarine (1948-1949, and undated).

a. Correspondence and news clippings regarding oleomargarine taxes.  Correspondents include various dairy groups.

b. Pamphlet: National Cotton Council, et al.: "When Do We Get Yellow Margarine?"  (1949).

c. Pamphlet: National Cooperative Milk Producers Federation: "The Oklahoma Farmer and Oleomargarine" (1949).

d. Pamphlet: National Cooperative Milk Producers Federation: "Oleomargarine and the Farmers" (1948).

e. Pamphlet: American Butter Institute, et al.: "Background Memorandum: Butter vs. Imitations" (n.d.). 

f. Pamphlet: National Cooperative Milk Producers Federation: "Comparative Nutritional Values: Butter and Oleomargarine" (n.d.). 

g. Pamphlet: National Cooperative Milk Producers Federation, et al.: "One-third of these Restaurants Served Oleo as Butter" (n.d.).

h. Booklet: National Cooperative Milk Producers Federation: "Colored Oleo Served as Butter" (n.d.).

i. Booklet: National Cooperative Milk Producers Federation: "Oleomargarine and the Farmer: (1948).

j. H. R. 2023: "To regulate oleomargarine, to repeal certain taxes relating to oleomargarine; and for other purposes."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  (Walter K. Granger - Utah).  Reported print.

k. House Report 277 (H. R. 2023): "Oleomargarine."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).

l. Pamphlet: American Butter Institute, et al.: "Background Memo (No. 2): Butter vs. Margarine" (n.d.).

m. Pamphlet: American Butter Institute, et al.: "Background Memorandum No. 3: Butter vs. Imitations" (n.d.).

F 37: Agriculture -- Oleomargarine (1949-1950).

a. H. R. 3: "To repeal the tax on oleomargarine to amend the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to as to complete the requirements for the positive identification of yellow oleomargarine, and for other purposes.'  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  (W. R. Poage - Texas).

b. H. R. 2023: " To regulate oleomargarine, to repeal certain taxes relating to oleomargarine, and for other purposes."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  (Walter K. Granger - Utah).  Reported version.

c. House Report 277 (H. R. 2023): "Oleomargarine."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).

d. House (Conference) Report 1731 (H. R. 2023): "Repealing the Taxes on Oleomargarine."  Eighty-First Congress; Second Session (1950).

e. Public Law 459 (H. R. 2023).  Eighty-first Congress (1950).

f. H. R. 2836: "To regulate oleomargarine, to repeal certain taxes relating to oleomargarine, and for other purposes."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  (Gardner R. Withrow - Wisconsin).

F 38: Agriculture -- Peanuts (1949-1950).

a. Correspondence and news clippings.  Topics include anti-trust suit and allotments.

b. Resolution: National Peanut Council: Opposing anti-trust action against Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company and Atlantic Commission Company (June 2, 1950).

c. Various tables of data relating to peanuts.

F 39: Agriculture -- Peanuts (1949-1950).

a. S. 900: "To amend the Commodity Credit Corporation Charter Act, the Strategic and Critical Materials Stock Piling Act, and for other purposes."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  (Elmer Thomas - Oklahoma, et al.).  Reported version.

b. Senate Report 125 (S. 900): "Amending the Commodity Credit Corporation Charter Act."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).

c. H. R. 2682: "To amend the Commodity Credit Corporation Charter Act, the Strategic and Critical Materials Stock Piling Act, and for other purposes."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  (Brent Spence - Kentucky).

d. H. R. 3454: "To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 in respect of the apportionment among the states of the national acreage allotment."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  (Victor Wickersham - Oklahoma).

e. H. R. 3606: "To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 with respect to the Apportionment of the acreage allotment for peanuts."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

f. H. R. 3623: "To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 with respect to the apportionment of the acreage allotment for peanuts."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).

g. H. R. 3623: "To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 with respect to the apportionment of the acreage allotment for peanuts."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).

h. H. R. 4081: "To amend section 359 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1948, as amended, in order to permit the delivery of excess peanuts to agencies designated by the Secretary of Agriculture and to define the term `cooperator' with respect to price supports for peanuts, and for other purposes."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  (Stephen Pace - Georgia).

i. H. R. 7357: "To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended, relative to the peanut acreage allotment."  Eighty-first Congress; Second Session (1950).  (Robert L. F. Sikes - Florida).

F 40: Agriculture -- Potatoes (1949-1950).

a. Statement: Charles F. Brannan: Re: price supports (March 15, 1949).  Before subcommittee of Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry.

b. Synopsis of testimony: Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry: Re: marketing quotas (March 15, 1950), concerns S. 2634 and S. 3049.

F 41: Agriculture -- Poultry - Milk (1949-1950, and undated).

a. Correspondence and news clippings.  Topics include price supports and marketing orders.

b. Petitions: Ponca City Milk Shed producers and consumers: re: milk marketing conditions (n.d.).

F 42: Agriculture -- Poultry - Milk (1947, 1949-1950).

a. H. R. 3242: "To direct the Secretary of Agriculture to announce the parity price of milk, and to direct the Secretary of Agriculture to immediately announce the support price of milk."  Eighty-first Congress; First Session (1949).  (Ralph Harvey - Indiana).

b. H. R. 7304: "To amend the Agricultural Act of 1949 so as to authorize the Commodity Credit Corporation to sell grain to egg producers at such prices as maybe necessary to establish an equitable egg-feed ratio."  Eighty-first Congress; Second Session (1950).  (George M. Rhodes - Pennsylvania).

c. Oklahoma House Bill No. 243: "Relating to eggs,..." attached summary, rules and regulations, etc. (1947).

d. Booklet: Bureau of Agricultural Economics, U.S.D.A.: "The Dairy Situation" (May, 1949).

F 43: Agriculture -- Publications (1949-1950).

a. Booklet: Bureau of Agricultural Economics, U.S.D.A.: Agricultural Finance Review. Vol. XII (November, 1949).

b. Booklet: Bureau of Agricultural Economics, U.S.D.A.: Agricultural Finance Review--Supplement. Vol. XII(May,1950).

c. Pamphlet: U.S.D.A.: "Monthly List of Publications and Motion Pictures" (September, 1950).

F 44: Agriculture -- Speeches (1949-1950).

a. Charles F. Brannan: "1950 -- Year of Opportunity" (December 13, 1949).  Before Farmers Union Grain Terminal Association, St. Paul, Minnesota.

b. Charles F. Brannan: "The Extra Bushel" (February 18, 1950).  Before National Farm Institute, Des Moines, Iowa.

c. Hutchinson, Knox T.: "Price Supports for Perishables" (October 10, 1949).  Before National Poultry, Butter, and Egg Association, Chicago, Illinois.

d. Loveland, Albert J.: "Working Together -- With a Purpose" (August 10, 1949).  Before Arkansas Farmers Union, Little Rock, Arkansas.

F 45: Agriculture -- Wheat (1949-1950).

a. Correspondence and clippings. Topics include acreage allotments and price supports.

b. Pamphlet: Oklahoma State Employment Service: "Oklahoma Small Grain Harvest Guide for Custom Combine Owners" (1950).

c. Lists: Acreage allotments and related data for U.S. and for counties in GHW's district.

d. Release: Production and Marketing Administration, U.S.D.A.: "State Acreage Allotments for 1950 Wheat Crop" (July 21, 1949).

e. Release: Production and Marketing Administration, U.S.D.A.: "1951 Wheat Allotment Set at 72.8 Million Acres" (July 14, 1950).

F 46: Agriculture -- Yearbooks (1949-1950).

a. Correspondence and lists.

b. Release: U.S.D.A.: Re: Yearbook "Trees" (June 29, 1949).

F 47: Agriculture -- Yearbooks (1950).

Correspondence.

F 48: Agriculture -- Yearbooks (1950).

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Pat Sutton (Representative - Tennessee).

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