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Box 84

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Box 84: 89th Congress, Banking and Currency - Education and Labor

F 1: 89th Congress, Banking and Currency Committee, Housing and Urban Development, 1965 May - 1965 July.

Topics include dormitories, mobile homes, poor housing, public housing, and rent subsidies. Correspondents include William A. Barrett, Fred R. Harris, Spark M. Matsunaga, Wright Patman, and Charles Longstreet Weltner.

F 2-4: 89th Congress, Banking and Currency Committee, Interest Rates, 1966 May - 1966 Sept.

Correspondents include Wright Patman.

F 5: 89th Congress, Banking and Currency Committee, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/International Finance Corporation, 1965 July.

F 6: 89th Congress, Banking and Currency Committee, Oklahoma City, 1966 May - 1966 June.

Topics include urban renewal in Oklahoma City.

F 7: 89th Congress, Banking and Currency Committee, Sales Participation Act, 1966 May.

F 8: 89th Congress, Banking and Currency Committee, Savings and Loans/Credit Unions, 1966 Jan.

F 9: 89th Congress, Banking and Currency Committee, Silver Dollars, 1966 Apr. - 1966 June.

F 10: 89th Congress, Banking and Currency Committee, Time Deposits, 1966 June.

Topics include certificates of deposit.

F 11: 89th Congress, Banking and Currency Committee, Truth in Lending, 1966 Aug.

F 12: 89th Congress, Banking and Currency Committee, Urban Planning, 1966 Aug.

F 13: 89th Congress, Banking and Currency Committee, Wheat Agreement, 1965 July - 1965 Aug.

F 14: 89th Congress, Colleagues, 1965 Mar.

Topics include James W. Trimble, the Appalachia Bill, and the Water Pollution Control Bill. Correspondents include Russell B. Long.

F 15: 89th Congress, General, 1965 Jan. - 1966 May.

Topics include United States Congress House Committee on Committees. Correspondents include Michael J. Kirwan, Democratic Party (U.S.), and the National Congressional Committee.

F 16: 89th Congress, District of Columbus Committee, General, 1965 Mar. - 1966 Oct.

Topics include Washington (D.C.).

F 17-20: 89th Congress, District of Columbia Committee, Home Rule, 1965 Aug. - 1966 Dec.

Topics include Americans for Democratic Action, and Home rule (District of Columbia). Correspondents include Robert J. Dole, Bernie Sisk, and the United States Congress House Committee on the District of Columbia.

F 21: 89th Congress, District of Columbia Committee, Optometry, 1966 Feb. - 1966 June.

F 22: 89th Congress, District of Columbia Committee, Traffic Problems, 1964 Sept. - 1965 Feb.

F 23: 89th Congress, District of Columbia Committee, Transit Program, 1965 Feb. - 1965 July.

Topics include local transit and Washington (D.C.).

F 24: 89th Congress, District of Columbia Committee, Youth Council on Civic Affairs, 1965 Jan.

Correspondents include the Youth Council on Civic Affairs, Inc.

F 25: 89th Congress, Joint Economic Committee, General, 1965 Mar. - 1966 Feb.

F 26: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Civil Rights, 1965 Aug. - 1966 Apr.

Topics include Affirmative Action Programs.

F 27: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Committee Materials, 1965 June - 1966 Sept.

Topics include the United States Congress House Committee on Education and Labor. Correspondents include Adam Clayton Powell.

F 28-29: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, 1965 May - 1965 Dec.

F 30: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Education: Busing, 1966 Oct.

F 31-33: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Education: Church and State Separation, 1965 Jan. - 1966 Mar.

Topics include federal aid to private schools, church schools and finance.

F 34-35: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Education: Colleges and Universities, 1965 Feb. - 1966 Jan.

Topics include federal aid to higher education, Greek letter societies, and library education.

F 36-40: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Elementary and Secondary Education Act, 1965 Feb. - 1966 May.

Topics include adult education, federal aid to education, school buildings, and impacted areas. Correspondents include Alonzo Bell and Patsy Mink.

F 41-42: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Education: General/Misc. Correspondence, 1965 Feb. - 1966 Oct.

Topics include federal aid to education and Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965.

F 43-44: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Education: Impact Aid, 1966 Apr. - 1966 Nov.

Topics include federal aid to education. Correspondents include Fernand J. St. Germain.

F 45: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Education: Integration of Schools, 1966 May - 1966 Aug.

Topics include busing for school integration.

F 46: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Education: International Studies, 1966 May.

Correspondents include John Brademas.

F 47: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Education: Loans, 1965 May - 1965 July.

Topics include federal aid to vocational education. Correspondents include John Herman Dent.

F 48-50: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Education: National Defense Education Act, 1965 Mar. - 1966 June.

F 51-52: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Vocational Education, 1965 Apr. - 1966 Nov.

Topics include federal aid to vocational education.

F 53: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Family Planning, 1966 June.

F 54: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, General, 1965 Feb. - 1966 Aug.

F 55-57: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Handicapped, 1966 Mar. - 1966 Oct.

Topics include federal aid to handicapped service.

F 58: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Joint Committee to Study Collective Bargaining, 1966 Sept.

F 59: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Labor: Agricultural, 1966 Jan.

F 60: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Labor: Bonding, Provisions of Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act, 1965 May.

F 61: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Labor: Coal Mine Safety, 1965 June.

F 62-70: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Fair Labor Standards Act Amendments, 1965 May - 1966 Sept.

Topics include minimum wage and hours of labor. Correspondents include William Hanes Ayers, Harold Dunbar Cooley, Elmer Joseph Holland, Clarence D. Long, Santiago Polanco-Abreu, Joseph Phillip Vigorito.

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