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Box 86

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Box 86: 89th Congress, Education and Labor - Foreign Affairs

F 1-12: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Labor: Taft-Hartley Act, 14B Repeal, 1965 Jan. - 1966 Aug.

Topics include open and closed shop and right to work laws. Correspondents include George Hansen, J. G. Puterbaugh, AFL-CIO, and the Oklahoma AFL-CIO.

F 13-14: 89th Congress, Education and Labor: Taft-Hartley, Religious Conviction Clause, 1965 Feb. - 1966 Oct.

Topics include open and closed shop, labor unions and Christianity.

F 15: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Labor: U.S. Employment Service, 1965 Feb.

F 16-19: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Labor: Wage and Hour, 1965 Feb. - 1966 Oct.

Topics include minimum wage, hours of labor, and the Fair Labor Standards Act Amendments. Correspondents include George Lynn Cross, John Herman Dent, J. G. Puterbaugh.

F 20: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Labor: Wage Board Employees, 1966 May - 1966 Sept.

F 21: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Libraries, 1965 Jan. - 1966 May.

Topics include medical libraries.

F 22: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Library Services and Construction Act Amendments, 1966 May - 1966 June.

F 23-25: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, National Foundation for the Arts and Humanities, 1965 Feb. - 1965 Oct.

Topics include the National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities and the National Humanities Foundation. Correspondents include George Lynn Cross, William Sutton Moorehead, and the American Association of University Women.

F 26: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Obscenity, 1965 Mar. - 1965 Aug.

Topics include pornography and immoral literature.

F 27: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Adam Clayton Powell, 1966 June - 1966 Dec.

Topics include Adam Clayton Powell.

F 28: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Veterans, 1965 Feb.

F 29-30: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Vocational Rehabilitation, 1965 Apr. - 1965 Oct.

Correspondents include the Oklahoma State Board of Vocational Education and the Vocational Rehabilitation Division.

F 31-34: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, War on Poverty, 1965 Feb. - 1966 Oct.

Topics include Job Corps (U.S.), United States Office of Economic Opportunity, domestic economic assistance in the United States, and the Economic Opportunity Act. Correspondents include William Hanes Ayres, John D. Dingell, Sam M. Gibbons, Charles E. Goodell, Adam Clayton Powell, and Albert H. Quie.

F 35: 89th Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Welfare, 1966 Feb.

F 36: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Arms Control-Disarmament, 1965 Feb. - 1965 June.

F 37: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, China, 1966 Jan. - 1966 July.

F 38: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Colleagues, 1966 Mar.

Topics include Gerald R. Ford.

F 39: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Committee, 1965 Nov.

F 40-41: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Cuba, 1965 Sept. - 1965 Dec.

F 42: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Dominican Republic, 1965 May - 1965 Oct.

F 43: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Egypt, 1965 Jan. - 1965 Feb.

F 44-46: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Foreign Aid, 1965 Jan. - 1966 Aug.

Topics include economic assistance. Correspondents include Otto E. Passman.

F 47: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Foreign Service Act Amendments, 1965 Mar. - 1965 Sept.

Topics include diplomatic and consular service.

F 48-49: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, General, Miscellaneous, 1965 Feb. - 1966 Oct.

F 50: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Haiti, 1965 Jan. - 1965 Feb.

F 51: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Inter-American Cultural and Trade Center, 1965 Sept.

Correspondents include Claude Pepper.

F 52: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, International Claims Settlement Act Amendments, 1966 May.

F 53: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, International Living Museum, 1965 Apr.

F 54: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Latin America, 1965 Aug.

F 55: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, NATO, 1965 June.

Topics include the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Correspondents include Paul Findley.

F 56: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Olympics, 1965 Aug.

F 57: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Panama Canal Zone, 1965 Oct. - 1966 Jan.

F 58: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Peace Plans, 1965 June.

F 59: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Polish-German Border, 1965 June.

F 60: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Population, Hunger, 1965 Oct.

F 61: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Rhodesia, 1966 FEb.

F 62: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, South Pacific Commission, 1965 June.

F 63: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Tijuana River Project, 1966 Sept.

F 64: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Trade, 1965 Feb. - 1966 May.

F 65: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Travel Restrictions, 1966 May.

F 66-67: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, USSR, 1965 Feb. - 1965 Sept.

Topics include persecution and the Soviet Union.

F 68-69: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, United Nations, 1965 June - 1966 June.

Topics include the United Nations.

F 70-71: 89th Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Vietnam, 1965 Jan. - 1966 Nov.

Topics include the Vietnamese Conflict. Correspondents include Richard H. Ichord.

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