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Box 38

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Box 38: McAlester: Office of Civil Defense (1966) - Oklahoma Human Rights Commission (1966)

F 1: McAlester. Office of Civil Defense (1966).

Report. Civil Defense Agency. Re: Progress report and FY-67 Budget Request.

F 2: McCurtain County (1966).

a. Correspondence. Re: the new McCurtain County Multi-Service Center.

b. Quarterly report. "McCurtain County Multi-Service Center. (August 1-October 31, l966).

F 3: Miscellaneous (A-B) (1966).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Editorial. "A Tired American." Rock County Herald. (n.d.).

c. Newspaper clippings from the McCurtain Gazette, Enid Morning News, Bell Glade Herald, and Farm Journal.

d. Reprint. "ASCAP Hail Negroes Songwriters in Top Ranks As Creators of Our Music." New York Amsterdam News. (n.d.).

F 4: Miscellaneous (B-C) (1966).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Newspaper clippings. Re: various political issues. Clippings from Cleveland Press, Plain Dealer, Oklahoma City Times, Enid Morning News, and Rock County Herald).

c. Program. "Veteran's Day Observances." (November 11, l966).

d. Newsletter. "Washington Report on the Medical Sciences." (June 6, l966).

F 5: Miscellaneous (C-D) (1966).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Article. "Running For Office..." Washington Post Potomac. (July l7, l966).

c. Brochure. Center for Arts of Indian America. "SIPAPU, a Panoramic Drama of Myths, Dances Chants of Indian America."

d. Flyer. Re: The National Legislative Platform of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc.

e. Carl Kaysen, Littauer Professor of Political Economy, Harvard University. "Business and Government: Do Good Fences Make Good Neighbors?"

f. Magazine. Media/Scope. Re: detailed Study of the Oklahoma City and Tulsa Media. (August, l966).

g. Flyer. William F. Drake Co. Re: the "Speechmaster."

F 6: Miscellaneous (D-G) (1966).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Henry H. Fowler.

b. Summary. Population Crisis Committee. Re: food Situation in India.

c. Newspaper clippings. Re: various political issues. Clippings from Hartshorne Sun and Daily Oklahoman).

d. Article. "Does Driver Education Produce Safer Drivers?" Ford Times. (April, l966).

e. Article. "What Your Vote Can Do For Congress." Reader's Digest. (October, l966).

f. Statement. Treasury Department. Re: Savings Bond.

g. Resolution. The Association of School Business Officials. Re; policy. (October l3, l965).

h. Articles. The Network of Patriotic Letter Writer. Re: Politics.

i. Brochure. Re: American Medical Center at Denver.

j. Letters. Medical World News. (October 7, l966).

k. Newspaper page. Daily Oklahoman. (November 9, l966).

l. Article. Chamber of Commerce of the United States. "The New Scientific Age."

m. Newspaper clippings. "NAD's Boss To Be Guest On McAlester Navy Day." McAlester News-Capital. Re: Arthur R. Gralla. (October l6, l966).

F 7: Miscellaneous (H-L) (1966).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Program. City of Philadelphia: Department of Recreation. Re: dedication of a New Playground. (June 28, l966).

c. Resolution. Association of Southern Commissioners of Agriculture. Re: tariffs and their relation to the American Farmer. (June l0, l966).

d. Article by Murray Raphael. "An Open Letter to a Newspaper Publisher." Reporter of Direct Mail Advertising. (n.d.).

e. Flyer. Shell Gas Stations. Re: United States Travel Guides.

f. Newspaper clipping. "Ever Think of the Man Who Pays The Bills?" (n.s;n.d.).

g. Advertisement. Re: Dierks Forest, Inc.

F 8: Miscellaneous (M-Q) (1966).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Press release. National Foundation on The Arts and Humanities. "National Endowment for the Humanities Announces Initial Programs." (June 29, l966).

c. List. Re: members of the Council on the Humanities.

d. Advertising program. "Indian Dance Oklahoma Style." Time. (May 20, l966).

e. Newspaper clipping. "Voice of the People." McAlester News-Capital. (February l4, l966).

f. Advertisement. International Paper. Look Magazine. Re: Project Headstart. (n.d).

g. Newspaper page. "Hostility Toward Poverty War Said Caused by Anxiety." Robstown Record. (February 3, l966).

h. Newsletter. The Mississippi Valley Association. (March, l966).

i. Essay. O.L. Nossaman. "Lethargy."

j. Newspaper clipping. "Nochols Joins Language Arts Faculty for `66'." (n.s;n.d.).

k. Brochure. Re: Palliser Advertising Agency.

l. Program. Re: Eastern Oklahoma A and M College Chorale group.

m. Remarks. Norman Scott, Executive Vice President Matson Lines, San Francisco. "Containerization--l966." (May 26, l966).

n. Article. "Companies Rush For Cheaper Money." Business Week. (June 11, l966).

o. Pamphlet. Tax Foundation, Inc. "The Fiscal Outlook For State and Local Government to l975." Government Finance Brief No.7.

F 9: Miscellaneous (R-S) (1966).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Article. David Lawrence. "Law Forbidding Labor Trusts Or Monopoly Is Long Overdue." (n.s;n.d.).

c. Reprint. Wall Street Journal. Re: Power Engineering Advertisement. (November 9, l9660.

d. List. "Eastern Airlines Air -Shuttle Historical Summary."

e. Script. "Foreign Aid." Life Line. (May 6, l966).

f. Newspaper clippings. Re: various topics. Clippings. from Caddo Star.

g. Booklet. Re: texts of the Resolutions adopted by the Association of the United States Army. (October 27, l965).

h. Brochures. Re: NORDAM, Incorporated.

i. Article. "Housing." Time. (December l6, l966).

j. Newsletter. St. Mary's Hospital. (Christmas, l966).

k. Press release. "Bells on Independence Day." (February ll, l966).

l. Information. Re: Bells on Independence Day."

F 10: Miscellaneous (S-V) (1966).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Plan. Re: Economic Advancement Council.

c. Information. Re: Historical material on Byelorussian Liberation Front. (March l966).

d. Information. Re: the Universal Exchange Program.

e. Reprint. "The Birth of A Drug." Chicago Daily News. (February l4, l966).

f. Newspaper page. "Carl Albert Says, He Isn't About To Step Down." Daily Oklahoman. (November 5, l966).

g. Newspaper clippings. Re: various political issues. Clippings from Daily Oklahoman, Dallas News, Durant Daily Democrat, Houston Chronicle and Minneapolis Star).

h. Program. Re: Dedication of Fort Washita. (June 22, l965).

i. Remarks by Dante B. Fascell. "British Molasses Monopoly Detrimental to U.S. Sugar Industries." Congressional Record - House. (March 16, l966).

j. Brochure. "Alaska 67." Re: the Centennial Exposition. (May 27, September l0, l967).

F 11: Miscellaneous (W-Z) (l966).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Sam Yorty.

b. Open Letter. Western States Mining and Business Men's Association. Re: political issues. (December 25, l966).

c. Newspaper clippings. Re: various political issues. Clippings from Newark Sunday News, Wall Street Journal, Oklahoma City Times, Sulphur Times-Democrat, and Los Angeles Herald-Examiner).

d. Report. Re: Teacher Corps. (July l9, l966).

F12-12B: Miscellaneous (1966).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics, including population policy and the Panama Canal. Correspondents include American Israel Public Affairs Committee.

b. Report. Re: Modernization of ordinances Corps Facilities.

c. Newspaper clippings. Re: various political issues. Clippings from Tulsa World, Baltimore Sun, Madill Record, and Washington Daily News).

d. Newspaper page. "We Need Not Be A Drought Disaster Area!" (n.s;n.d).

e. Book. "l966 Blue Cross Blue Shield Fact Book."

f. Proclamation and Program. Re: the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce at the Camelot Inn in Tulsa. (November 28-29, l966).

g. Invitation. Re: the Mongollon Mountains of New Mexico.

h. Newsletter. Chickasaw Historical Society. (October l4, l966).

i. Newsletter. Friends of John J. Heimburger Committee. (October 4-14, l966).

j. Pamphlet. Thurston Greene and Company, Inc. and Turner Brothers, Inc. "Sugar Market Review." (October 4-14, l966).

k. News bulletin. "Northwestern REC News." (January, l966).

l. Newsletter. "The Challenger." Re: the Alpha Phi Omega fraternity at the University of Oklahoma. (May 1, l966).

m. Program. Re: Alpha Phi Omega Annual Awards Banquet. (May 1, l966).

n. Newsletter. "National Institute on Religion and Race, Inc. (May 28, l966).

o. Folder. "The Energy Key To Our Future." (n.s).

F 13: National Cowboy Hall of Fame (1966).

Booklet. City of Oklahoma City: Planning Department. "The National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center Area Development Plan." (March, l966).

F 14: National Foreign Trade Council, Inc., 1966.

Topics include international trade.

F 15: National Genealogical Society, 1966.

F 16: National Safety Council, 1966.

F 17: NATO, 1966.

Correspondents include North Atlantic Treaty Organization (Press release).

F 18: North American Aviation, 1966.

F 19: Office Appointments, 1966.

F 20: Office Memos and Business, 1966.

Correspondents include Ed Edmondson.

F 21: Office Memos and Business, 1966.

F 22: Oklahoma City: Urban Renewal, 1966.

Correspondents include Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority (Report).

F 23: Oklahoma Congressional Delegation, 1966.

Correspondents include Fred R. Harris.

F 24: Oklahoma: General, A-G, 1966.

Correspondents include Henry Bellmon.

F 25: Oklahoma: General, H-Q, 1966.

Correspondents include George Nigh and the Oklahoma Water Resources Board (Proposal).

F 26: Oklahoma: General, R-Z, 1966.

Correspondents include Oklahoma Hospital Association, Inc. and the Oklahoma Center for Economic Development (Report).

F 27: Oklahoma: General, 1966.

F 28: Oklahoma: General, 1966.

Topics include industry in Durant (OK) and the Oklahoma Constitution State questions.

F 29: Oklahoma Human Rights Commission (1966).

a. Correspondence. Re: human rights legislation.

b. Oklahoma Anti-Discrimination Act. (n.d.).

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