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Box 5: Eighty-First Congress:  Agriculture

F 1: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Cotton:  Testimony and Data.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include American Farm Bureau Federation.

b. Report:  Crop Reporting Board, Bureau of Agricultural Economics:  "Estimating Cotton Acreage in Cultivation" (July 1, 1949).

c. Comments:  Charles Brannan (Secretary of Agriculture) before House Committee on Agriculture (January 26, 1949).

d. Statement:  Stephen Pace (U. S. Representative - Georgia):  re proposed farm bill (June 23, 1949).

e. Summarization of testimony with respect to the recommendations of the Department of agriculture.

F 2: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Cotton:  Testimony and Data.

a. Statement:  W. L. Smith (California State Grange):  before House Committee on Agriculture, re cotton allotments (February 1, 1949).

b. Statement:  Ralph B. Bunje (West and Southwestern Irrigated Cotton Regions), before the House Committee on agriculture, re cotton allotments (February 7, 1949).  Includes exhibits.

c. Statement:  W. Burton Shibley, Newbern Dyer County, in behalf of Tennessee cotton farmers, before the sub-committee on the House Committee on Agriculture, re cotton allotments (February 9, 1949).

d. Statement:  Louis J. Ivey, El Paso, Texas, before the House Committee on Agriculture, re, cotton allotments (February 8, 1949).

e. Statement:  Agricultural Council of Arkansas, West Memphis, Arkansas (February 3, 1949).

F 3: Agriculture, Committee on (nd.).  Cotton:  Testimony and Date.  Miscellaneous typewritten and Handwritten testimony. 

F 4: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Cotton:  Testimony and Date.

a. Statement:  W. W. Andrews (Chairman, Cotton Committee, North Carolina State Grange), before House Committee on Agriculture (February 1, 1949).

b. Statement:  ... (Under Secretary of the Army):  Before the House Committee on Agriculture.

c. Memorandum to Stephen Pace (Chairman, Subcommittee of Committee on Agriculture) by H. Wickliffe Rose (American Viscose Corporation (May 14, 1945).

d. Statement:  Walter L. Randolph (American Farm Bureau Federation), before House Committee on Agriculture, re, cotton allotments (January 31, 1949).

e. Testimony:  James G. Patton (Presidents, National Farmers Union) before Sub-committee on Cotton of the House Committee on Agriculture, re, cotton (February 2, 1949).

F 5: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Cotton:  Testimony and Data.  Data includes recommendations with respect to changes in cotton acreage allotment; computation of parity and price support level for cotton, 1948; Report of the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation for 1948; statistical data concerning cotton septem spinning, production, price and cloth production; statement:  farm census show one-tenth of the cotton farms grow two-fifths of the cotton crop.

F 6: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Cotton:  Testimony and Data.

a. Correspondence from Stephen Pace (Chairman, Subcommittee on Cotton).  Includes tables showing cotton production, consumption, exports, suppliers, requirements, prices, number of cotton farms, acreage allotments and size of allotments.

b. Data:  Cotton planted acreage and allotments by acres in the United States and Acreage of all cotton in cultivation in the United States July 1, 1923-1948.

F 7: Agriculture, committee on (1950).  Cotton:  Testimony and Data.

a. Publication:  Monthly Business Review of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas:  "Price Supports, Acreage Allotments, and Marketing Quotas--Their Significance to Texas Farmers."

b. Publication:  "Mechanical Cotton Picker Operation in the Yazoo-Mississippi Delta -- a Progress Report by Grandy B. Crow."  Correspondence from Stephen Pace (U. S. Representative - Georgia) included.

c. Publication:  "The Marketing of Cotton and the Financing of Cotton Merchants" by Frank A. Richards.  Published by Chase National Bank of New York City.

F 8: Agriculture, Committee on (1949-1950).  Cotton:  Testimony and Date:  Oklahoma Cotton Ginners Association.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Horace Hayden (Secretary, Oklahoma Cotton Ginners' Association).

b. Oklahoma Cotton Acreage Allotments for 1950 and future years.

c. Tabulation of cotton production in Oklahoma, crop of 1932 and crops of 1944-47, both included.

d. Publications:  "Cotton:  Monthly Review of the World Situation (July 1949)."  Published by International Cotton Advisory Committee.

F 9: Agriculture, Committee on (1948).  Cotton Trade:  Testimony and Data.

a. Publication: United States Tariff Commission:  "Rules of Practice and Procedure."

b. Publication:  Federal Register:  The National Archives of the United States" (Saturday, November 6, 1948).  Contains articles related to trade agreements.

c. Press Release:  announcement of intention to enter into tariff negotiations, April, 1949, and lists of products on which U. S. tariff concessions may be considered.

F 10: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  County Buildings.  Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 402 ["To authorize a program for the construction of county agricultural buildings through assistance in planning and financing such projects in counties where agriculture is a predominant industry, thereby providing centralized housing and facilities for Federal, State and Local offices engaged in administering agricultural and related programs concerned with the welfare of the Farm population" (Brooks Hays - Arkansas)].

F 11: Agriculture, Committee on (1950). Extension Work:  H. R. 3222.  Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 3222 ["To foster the cooperative agriculture education work of the extension services; to free the extension services from the performance of non-governmental functions and political activity; and to promote economy in agriculture extension work; and for other purposes" (Walter K. Granger - Utah).

F 12: Agriculture, Committee on (1950). Extension Work:  H. R. 8676.

Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 8676 ["To assist the Cooperative Agricultural Extension Service of the United States Department of Agriculture and the State land-grant colleges in providing services to the people of the United States on an equitable basis" (Walter K. Granger - Utah).

F 13: Agriculture, Committee on (n.d.). "Family Farmers' 100% of Parity Act of 1940 [sic?]."  Draft of a bill "To assure the stability and adequacy of agricultural income, with special reference to that of family-type farmers, and the stability, and adequacy of national supplies of food and fibre, and for other purposes."

F 14: Agriculture, Committee on (1949-1950).  Farm Bureau. 

a. Correspondence

b. Resolution:  Preamble of the Oklahoma Farm Bureau 1949 resolutions and a list and description of adopted resolutions.

F 15: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Farm Credit.  Correspondence.

F 16: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Farm Labor.

Hearings (H. R. 5557):  "To provide for coordination of arrangements for the employment of agricultural workers, admitted for temporary agricultural employment from foreign countries in the Western Hemisphere, to assure that the migration of such workers will be limited to the minimum numbers required to meet domestic labor shortages. and for other purposes" (E. C. Gathings - Arkansas).

F 17: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Farm Program:  Correspondence.  Correspondents include the National Grain Trade Council, A. J. Sabath (U. S. Representative - Illinois), Texas Department of Agriculture, National Independent Meat Association, and U. S. Department of Agriculture.  Includes clippings.

F 18: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Farm Program.

a. Hearings:  House Committee on Agriculture:  "General Farm Program (Testimony of Secretary of Agriculture Brannan."  Part 2 (April 7, 11, 12, 25 and 26, 1949).

b. Hearings:  Special sub-committee of the House Committee on Agriculture: "General Farm Program (Price Support through Use of Production Payments)."  Part 6 (June 6, 7, and 8, 1949).

F 19: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Farm Program.  Agriculture Committee Report:  "Federal-State-Local Relations in Agriculture" by John D. Black (January 7, 1949).

F 20: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Farm Program:  Testimony and Data.

a. Statement:  James B. Patterson, before the House Committee on Agriculture (February 7, 1949).

b. Statement:  James G. Patton (President, National Farmers Union), before the House Committee on Agriculture (April 27, 1949), re revision of general agricultural programs.

F 21: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Farm Program:  Testimony and Data.

a. Statement:  Charles F. Brannan (Secretary of Agriculture), joint hearing of the House Committee on Agriculture and the Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry (April 7, 1949).

b. Report:  "Agricultural Act of 1948 as It Relates to Marketing Quotas."

c. "Discussion of Title II of the Agricultural Act of 1948."  Mainly talks about agriculture prices.

F 22: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Farm Program:  Testimony and Data.

Statement:  Allan B. Klin (President, American Farm Bureau Federation), before Farm Program Subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry (July 14, 1949).

F 23: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Farm Program:  S. 2522. 

a. Correspondence

b. S. 2522:  "To stabilize prices of agricultural commodities" (Clinton P. Anderson - New Mexico).

F 24: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Farm Program:  H. R. 5345.

a. Correspondence

b. H. R. 5345:  "To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 as amended, and for other purposes" (Stephen Pace - Georgia).

c. House Report 998 (H. R. 5345).

d. Conference Report (H. R. 5345):  "Agricultural Act of 1949."

e. Summary of the Farm Program bill as passed by the Senate, October 12, 1949.

F 25: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Farmers' Markets.  S. 368:  "Providing for grants to aid in establishing farmers' markets" (Richard B. Russell - Georgia).

F 26: Agriculture, Committee on (1959).  Farmers Union.  Correspondence.

F 27: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Fats and Oils.  Hearings before the House Committee on Agriculture on H. R. 4538:  "To amend the Agricultural act of 1948 by adding thereto a new section to establish an average parity price for fats and oils and to aid in maintaining such parity price to producers" (Walter K. Granger - Utah); H. R. 4889:  same title as H. R. 4538 (Hubert B. Scudder - California); and H. R. 4893:  same title as H. R. 4538 (William M. Colmer - Mississippi).

F 28: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Federal Farm Loan Act Amendments.  Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 3699 ["To amend the Federal Farm Loan Act, as amended, to authorize loans through national farm-loan associations in Puerto Rico; to modify the limitations on Federal Land-bank loans to any one borrower; to repeal provisions for subscriptions to paid-in surplus of federal land banks and cover the entire amount appropriated therefor into the surplus fund to the Treasury; to effect certain economics in reporting and recording payments on mortgages deposited with the registrars as bond collateral, and canceling the mortgage and satisfying and discharging the lien of record; and for other purposes" (W. R. Poage - Texas)].

F 29: Agriculture, Committee on (1945).  Federal Lands.  Hearings:  House Committee on Agriculture: re: 

H. R. 3982:  "To authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to sell certain lands to the Sisters of St. Joseph in Arizona Inc., of Tucson, Arizona, to consolidate the Desert Laboratory Experimental area of the Southwestern Forest and Range Experimental Station, and for other purposes" (Harold A. Patten - Arizona); H. R. 4641:  "To authorize the Secretary of agriculture to accept to certain land owned or to be acquired by the county of Plumas, State of California, and in exchange therefore to convey to Plumas County certain land owned by the United States in said county" (Clair Engle - California); H. R. 2015:  "To authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to convey and exchange certain lands and improvements in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, for lands in the State of Minnesota, and for other purposes" (Walter K. Granger - Utah).

F 30: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Fertilizer.  Press releases.

F 31: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Field Stations hearings:  Subcommittee no. 3 of the House Committee on Agriculture on H. R. 3715 ["To authorize the transfer of certain agricultural dry land and irrigation field stations to the states in which such stations are located, and for other purposes" (Walter K. Granger - Utah)] (Superseded by H. R. 5679 ["To authorize the transfer of certain agricultural dry land and irrigation field stations to the States in which such stations are located, and for other purposes" (Walter K. Granger - Utah)].

F 32: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Forestry (H. R. 2001/ H. R. 2296). 

a. Correspondence.

b. H. R. 2296:  "To amend and supplement the act of June 7, 1924 (434 Stat. 653)" (Walter K. Granger - Utah).

c. H. R. 2011:  "To amend section 9 of the act of May 22, 1928, as amended, authorizing and directing a national survey of forest resources" (Robert L. F.  Sikes - Florida).

F 33a: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Forestry. (H. R. 2419/H. R. 2968/H. R. 5889).  Hearings:  Subcommittee No. 3 of the House Committee on Agriculture:  H. R.  2968:  "To facilitate and simplify the work of the Forest Service, and for other purposes" (Walter K. Granger - Utah); H. R. 2419:  "Relating to the disposition of moneys received from the national forests" (Boyd Tackett - Arkansas); and H. R. 5839:  "To facilitate and simplify the work of the Forest Service, and for other purposes" (Walter K. Granger - Utah).

F 33b: Agriculture, Committee on (1950). Forestry: Report.

F 34: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial Redwood Forest.

a. Correspondence.

b. California State Senate Joint Resolution no. 26, associated with H. R. 2394 ["To create the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial Redwood Forest and for other purposes" (Helen Gahagan Douglas - California)].

F 35: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Fur-bearing Animals.

Hearing:  Subcommittee no. 3 of the House Committee on Agriculture:  H. R. 5043:  "To assist in bringing about a more sound agricultural economy through diversification of its productive resources by providing for research into the basic laws and principles relative to domestically raising fur bearing animals" (Walter K. Granger - Utah).

F 36: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Honey.  Correspondence.  Correspondents include Clover Bloom Honey Company. 

F 37: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Imports.

a. Correspondence.

b. H. R. 7576:  "To amend section 22 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of, to strengthen its provisions providing for the imposition of import quotas on agricultural commodities when imports of such commodities tend to interfere with price support or other programs administered by the Department of Agriculture, to transfer its administration from the United States Tariff Commission to the United States Department of Agriculture, and for other purposes" (Stephen Pace - Georgia).

F 38: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Insects.  Correspondence.  Correspondents include Oklahoma State Department of Agriculture.  Includes Oklahoma State Legislature House Resolution no. 53.

F 39: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Livestock.  Correspondence.

F 40: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Livestock:  Brucellosis.

Correspondence.  Mentioned is S. 2188 ["To amend the act of May 29, 1884 as amended to permit the interstate movement for immediate slaughter of domestic animals which have reacted to tests for brucellosis, and for other purposes" (Elmer Thomas - Oklahoma)].

F 41: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Loans.

a. Correspondence.  Includes explanation of H. R. 7149 and S. 2996:  Same title as H. R. 7149 (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington)

b. H. R. 7149:  "To authorize loans to make available in any area or region credit formerly made available in such area or region by the Regional Agricultural Credit Corporation" (Walt Horan - Washington).

F 42: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Market Facilities.  Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 8320 ["To encourage the improvement and development of marketing facilities for handling perishable agricultural commodities" (Harold D. Cooley - North Carolina)]; H. R. 8378 [same title as H. R. 8320 (M. B. Burnside - West Virginia); H. R. 8485 [same title as H. R. 8320 (John Phillips - California)]; and H. R. 9141 [same title as H. R. 8320 (Harold D. Cooley - North Carolina)].

F 43: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Mineral Rights.  Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 4880 ["To direct the Secretary of Agriculture to convey certain mineral interests, and for other purposes" (Walter K. Granger - Utah).

F 44: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Missouri Basin Agriculture Program.  House Document:  Letter from the Secretary of Agriculture transmitting a report entitled "Missouri River Basin Agricultural Program."

F 45: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Missouri Basin Agricultural Program.

a. Statement:  Oris V. Wells (Chief, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, U. S. Department of Agriculture), before the House Committee on Agriculture (August 1, 2, 1950) re Missouri River Basin Agricultural Program.  Statement mentions H. R. 8356 ["Authorizing the Missouri River Basin Agricultural Program" (Harold D. Cooley - North Carolina)].

b. Statement:  Charles F. Brannan (Secretary of Agriculture), before House committee on Agriculture, re Missouri River Basin Agricultural Program (August 1, 1950).

c. Statement:  Gladwin Young (Chairman, U. S. D. A.  Field Committee for the Missouri River Basin), before House Committee on Agriculture, re Missouri River Basin Agricultural Program (August 1-2, 1950).

F 46: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Missouri Basin Project.

Hearings:  Subcommittee No. 3, House Committee on Agriculture (H. R. 2538):  "To authorize completion of the land development and settlement of the Angostura unit of the Missouri Basin project, notwithstanding a limitation of time" (Francis Case - South Dakota); and (H. R. 3926):  "To rename a game sanctuary in the Harney National Forest as the Norbeck Wildlife Preserve, and for other purposes" (Francis Case - South Dakota).

F 47: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Monosodium Glutamate.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Jack Anderson (U. S. Representative - California).  Also includes information on Monosodium Glutamate.

F 48: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Norbeck Wildlife Preserve.

Hearings:  Subcommittee No. 3, House Committee on Agriculture (H. R. 2538):  "To authorize completion of the land development and settlement of the Angostura unit of the Missouri Basin Project, notwithstanding a limitation of time" (Francis Case - South Dakota) and (H. R. 3926):  "To rename a game sanctuary in the Harney National Forest as the Norbeck wildlife Preserve and for other purposes." (Francis Case - South Dakota).

F 49: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Oleomargarine. 

a. H. R. 3:  "To repeal the tax on oleo-margarine, to amend the Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act so as to complete the requirements for the positive identification of yellow oleo-margarine, and for other purposes" (W. R. Poage - Texas).

b. Related Bill:  H. R. 2023:  "To regulate oleomargarine, and for other purposes" (Walter K. Granger - Utah).

F 50: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Oleomargarine:  Correspondence (A - F).  Mentioned are H. R. 3 [See above, Folder 49.] and H. R. 2023 ["To regulate oleomargarine, to repeal certain taxes relating to oleomargarine, and for other purposes" (Walter K. Granger - Utah)].

F 51: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Oleomargarine:  Correspondence (G - K).  Mentioned are H. R. 3 and H. R. 2023

F 52: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Oleomargarine:  Correspondence (L - Q).  Mentioned are H. R. 3 and H. R. 2023

F 53: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Oleomargarine:  Correspondence (R - W).  Mentioned are H. R. 3 and H. R. 2023

F 54: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Oleomargarine:  Federal Trade Commission Rider.  Correspondence.  Topic:  Sleeper amendment attached to oleomargarine bill.

F 55: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Peanuts:  Albert Statement.

Statement from the office of Carl Albert re cuts affecting Oklahoma's peanut acreage.

F 56: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Peanuts:  Correspondence (A - E).  Correspondents include United States Department of Agriculture.

F 57: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Peanuts:  Correspondence (F - M).  Correspondents include Oklahoma Divisions, United States Department of Agriculture.  Includes clippings.

F 58: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Peanuts:  Correspondence (N - W).  Correspondents include various Oklahoma peanut companies and Southwestern Peanut Shellers Association.

F 59: Agriculture, Committee on (1949-1952).  Peanuts:  Data.

Data Topics:  Support prices on peanuts and crop acreage allotment.

F 60: Agriculture, Committee on (n.d.).  Peanuts:  Pace Bill (Draft).

Proposed legislation "To amend section 359 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, 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 support for peanuts, and for other purposes" (Stephen Pace - Georgia).

F 61: Agriculture, Committee on (n.d.).  Peanuts:  S. 1962.

Public Law 272 (S. 1962):  "To amend the cotton and wheat marketing quota provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment act of 1938, as amended.  (Stephen Pace - Georgia).

F 62: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Peanuts:  H. R. 1923.

H. R. 1923:  "To amend the Agricultural act of 1948, and for other purposes" (Stephen Pace - Georgia).

F 63: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Peanuts:  Albert Bills:  Legislation.

a. H. R. 3606:  "To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 with respect to the apportionment of the acreage allotment for peanuts" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

b. H. R. 3623: "To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 with respect to the apportionment of the acreage allotment for peanuts" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

c. H. R. 3624:  "To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 with respect to the appointment of the acreage allotment for peanuts" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

d. Drafts of above bills included. 

F 64: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Peanuts:  Albert Bills:  Correspondence.

Correspondents mentions H. R. 3036, H. R. 3623, and H. R. 3624.

F 65: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Peanuts:  H. R. 5738.

H. R. 6599:  "To amend the peanut marketing quota provisions of the Agriculture Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended, and for other purposes" (Stephen Pace - Georgia).

F 66: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Peanuts:  H. R. 6599. 

H. R. 6599:  "To amend the peanut marketing quota provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended" (George M. Grant - Alabama).

F 67: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Peanuts:  H. R. 7044. 

H. R. 7044:  "To amend the peanut-marketing-quota provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended" (Watkins M. Abbitt - Virginia).

F 68: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Pecans.  Correspondence.

F 69: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Potatoes.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Stephen Pace (U. S. Representative - Georgia).

b. H. R. 5751:  "To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended, to provide allotment and marketing quotas for potatoes, and for other purposes" (Stephen Pace - Georgia).

c. Hearings:  Special Subcommittee on the House Committee on Agriculture (H. R. 5751).

F 70: Agriculture, Committee on (1949-1950).  Poultry.  Correspondence.  Correspondents include New Jersey Poultry Farmers Committee. Also includes draft of bill entitled "Federal Poultry Improvement Act.

F 71: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Price supports.  Correspondence.

F 72: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Rabbits.  Correspondence concerning tax on rabbit skin.

F 73: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Rabbits:  H. R. 4599.  Mentioned is H. R. 4599 ["To amend the Agricultural Act of 1948 and the Agricultural Adjustment act of 1938, as amended, to provide price support for angora rabbit wool" (John H. Marsales - Colorado)].

F 74: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Remount Stations.  Hearings:  Subcommittee No. 2, House Committee on Agriculture (H. R. 1242):  "Authorizing the transfer of a certain tract of land in the Robinson Remount Station to the City of Crawford, Nebraska, and for other purposes" (A. L. Miller - Nebraska; (H. R. 3003):  "To transfer the Ponona station of the Agriculture Remount Service, Department of Agriculture, At Pomona, California (Cecil F. White - California); (H. R. 3022):  same title as H. R. 3003 (Paul W. Shafer - Michigan); and (S. 969): same title as H. R. 3003 (Elmer Thomas - Oklahoma).

F 75: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Research and Marketing Act.  Correspondence.  Correspondents include Stephen Pace (U. S. Representative - Georgia).  Includes Statement.

F 76: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Rural Electrification Administration.  Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R 6782 ["To amend the Rural Electrification Act of 1936, as amended, and for other purposes" (Boyd Tackett - Arkansas)].

F 77: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Rural Rehabilitation Trust Fund.  Data and material on Oklahoma Rural Rehabilitation Corporation.  Related bills include H. R. 2392 ["To provide for the liquidation of trusts under the transfer agreements with state rural rehabilitation corporations, and for other purposes" (Harold D. Cooley - North Carolina)] and H. R. 3244 [same title as H. R. 2392 (Clifford R. Hope - Kansas)].

F 78: Agriculture, Committee on 91949).  Rural Telephones:  Correspondence.  Correspondents include Mabel Downey (Clerk, House of Representatives).  Mentioned are H. R. 113 ["To amend the Rural Electrification Act to provide for rural telephones, and for other purposes" (W. R. Poage - Texas)] and H. R. 2960 [same title as H. R. 113 (W. R. Poage - Texas)].

F 79: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Rural Telephones:  Legislation.

a. H. R. 113:  "To amend the Rural Electrification Act to provide for Rural Telephones, and for other purposes" (W. R. Poage - Texas).

b. H. R. 2960:  same title as H. R. 113 (W. R. Poage - Texas).

c. House Report NO. 246 (H. R. 2960).

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