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Box 119

Box 120: Federal Energy Administration (1974) - Health, Education and Welfare (1974).

F 1: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Oklahoma Correspondence (April - June).

Correspondence:  re:  Shortage of steel in the oil industry; assistance in the construction of a solar heating unit, and stripper wells.

F 2: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Oklahoma Correspondence.  (July - November).

Correspondence:  re:  unleaded pricing regulations; allocation of petroleum products and crude.

F 3: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Oklahoma Correspondence:  Departmental.

Correspondence:  re:  mandatory petroleum allocation program; fuel requirements of crop dusters.

F 4: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Out-of-State Correspondence (January - March).

Correspondence:  re:  independent oil producers; fuel allocation of agricultural production, etc.

F 5: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Out-of-State Correspondence (April - December).

Correspondence:  re:  Regulations imposed by Federal Energy Administration and other correspondence.

F 6: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Data:  Clippings.

Newspaper articles:  re:  Federal Energy Administration and its programs.

F 7: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Data:  FEA (January - February).

a. Correspondence:  re:  energy allocation programs.

b. Press Release:  re:  Fuel shortages; petroleum allocation regulations.

c. Fact Sheets: re:  Non preferential treatment for gasoline customers and mandatory fuel allocation regulations."

d. Report:  Federal Energy Office:  "Mandatory Petroleum Allocation Summary" (1974).

F 8: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Data:  FEA (March - June).

Press Releases:  re:  crude royalties; tubular goods distribution; fuel for summer power needs.

F 9: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Data:  FEA (June - December).

a. Correspondence:  re:  energy conservation; regulations of propane pricing.

b. Press release:  re:  Federal Energy Administration policies.

F 10: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Data:  Miscellaneous.

a. Report:  Oklahoma State University:  "E = MC2:  Living Energy in Our Future" (1974).

b. Report:  The Council of State Governments:  "State Government" (1973).

c. Magazine:  "Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Business" (1974).

d. Speech:  Fred L. Hartley, President, Union Oil Company:  "The Next Step:  Facing Up to the Energy Crisis" (1974).

e. Report:  Ohio LP - Gas Dealers Association:  "Propane Gas Price Crisis Report" (1974).

f. Newspaper:  "Houston - Energy Capital of the World" (1974).

F 11: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Data:  Miscellaneous.

a. Report:  Sam Love:  "Energy:  The Crisis Behind the Crisis."

b. Statement:  Donald E. Weeden before the Federal Energy Administration.

F 12: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Data:  Miscellaneous.

a. Correspondence and book:  re:  "Man and His Home" by Daniel J. Albert and Norman Spector.

b. Report:  Basic Industries, Inc.:  "Clean Energy from Clean Industry for the Nation" (1974).

F 13: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Data:  New York.

a. Correspondence and report:  New York Assembly:  "Proceedings of the New York State Assembly/AISLE Conference on Energy and the Environment" (1974).

b. News Release:  re:  above mentioned conference on energy and the environment.

F 14: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Data:  Other Federal Agencies.

a. Press Release:  Department of the Interior:  "U.S. Energy Uses Up Nearly 5 Percent in 1973" (1974).

b. Press Release:  Department of Interior:  "Morton Sees Adequate Energy Supplies as `Ransom' for Oil Industry."

c. Press Release:  U.S. Department of Agriculture:  "Mandatory Fuel Allocation Regulation Now In Effect" (1974).

d. Press Release:  Office of Public Affairs:  "Petrochemical Pricing Actions" (1974).

F 15: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Data:  Robert Platt Associates.

Bulletins:  Robert Platt Associates, LTD:  re:  Various topics ranging from energy legislation to petroleum products.

F 16: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Hutchens, Reid.

Correspondence:  re:  Increase fuel allotment; increased monthly allocation.

F 17: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Ligon, Duke nomination.

Correspondence:  re:  Confirmation of Duke Ligon as Administrative Assistant of Federal Energy Administration.

F 18: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Oklahoma University Grant.

Correspondence:  re:  Grant for University of Oklahoma College of Business.

F 19: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Project Independence.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Project Independence to analyze energy problems in the 1980's.

b. Brochure:  Federal Energy Administration:  "Project Independence."

F 20: Federal Energy Administration (1974). White House.

Press Release:  Federal Administration:  "Federal Budget For Science and Technology - FY 1975."

F 21: Federal Energy Administration (1974). Wright, Douglas.

a. Correspondence:  re:  General Electric agreement to develop an integrated combined cycle power generation plant.

b. Memorandum:  "Wright" Energy Plan.

F 22: Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (1974).  Halliburton Services.

Correspondence:  re:  Need for better paying jobs in Duncan, Ok.

F 23: Federal Power Commission (1974).

Correspondence and report:  re:  Federal Power Commission; "Typical Electric Bills - 1972."

F 24: Federal Trade Commission (1974).

Correspondence:  re:  Opposition to Federal Trade Commissions Bureau of Economics proposed annual line of business report.

F 25: General Accounting Office (1974).  General.

Correspondence:  re:  Campaign financing legislation; pricing of "old oil".

F 26: General Accounting Office (1974).  Impoundment Act. 

General Accounting Office:  "The Congressional Budget and Improvement Act of 1974 - An Analysis of its impact on the authorizing Committees and its provisions for GAO in the area of program review and evaluation."

F 27: General Services Administration (1974).  General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Wright City's need for a fire truck; Consumer Information Index.

b. Report:  General Services Administration:  "Managing the Emergency" (1974).

F 28: General Services Administration (1974).  Historic Preservation.

Report:  Advisory Council on Historic Preservation:  "A Report to the President and the Congress of the United States for the Years 1971-1972."

F 29: Government Printing Office (1974).

Correspondence:  re:  Exchange with Public Printer and having House reports printed at GPO.

F 30: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1974). Cigarettes.

Correspondence:  re:  Proposal by Department of Health, Education and Welfare to ask Congress for the Authority to limit, regulate or control the smoking of cigarettes.

F 31: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1974). Departmental.

General correspondence. Correspondents include:  Caspar W. Weinberger.

F 32: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1974). Drugs.

Report:  Drug Abuse Council, Inc.:  "Summary of Governmental Response to Drugs:  Fiscal and Organizational."

F 33: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1974). Education:  Basic Educational Opportunity Grant Program.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Basic Educational Opportunity Grant Program.

b. Application for Basic Educational Opportunity Grant Program.

F 34: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1974). Education:  Central State University.

Correspondence:  re:  Grant for Central State University for sociological expedition.

F 35: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1974). Education:  Civil Rights:  Title IX.

Correspondence:  re:  Exclusion of Rhodes Scholarships from Title IX requirements of Education Amendment of 1972, guidelines to sex education classes.

F 36: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1974). Education:  Civil Rights:  Title IX - Data.

a. News Release:  HEW:  "Sex Discrimination."

b. Memorandum:  HEW:  "Sexual Discrimination."

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