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Box 40

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Box 40:Teen-Dems (1966) - Colleagues, U-Z (1967)

F 1: Teen-Dems (1966).

F 2: Tulsa Urban Renewal Authority (1966).

Correspondents include Tulsa Urban Renewal Authority (Report).

F 3: United States Chamber of Commerce (1966).

Correspondents include Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America.

F 4: University of Oklahoma (1966).

Topics include Fred R. Harris and Norman (OK). Correspondents include Julian J. Rothbaum, William R. Carmack (administrative aide to Harris), Gilbert C. Fite, and Jack D. Haley.

F 5: University of Oklahoma: Carl Albert Award (1966).

Correspondents include Julian J. Rothbaum and Savoie Lottinville.

F 6: University of Oklahoma Research Institute (1966).

Topics include University of Oklahoma Research Institute.

F 7: Vietnam (1966).

Correspondents include Hubert H. Humphrey.

F 8: Warren Commission (1966).

F 9: White House, A-O (1966).

Topics include United States Department of Defense and Vietnam. Correspondents include William J. Holloway, Hubert H. Humphrey (Speech), Lyndon B. Johnson (Memorandum), Don McBride, John Connally, and Liz Carpenter.

F 10: White House, P-Z (1966).

Topics include Vietnam. Correspondents include Lyndon B. Johnson and the United States Office of Emergency Planning (Guide).

F 11: White House (1966).

Correspondents include Hubert H. Humphrey and James R. Jones.

F 12: White House Fellows (1966).

F 13: White House: Governor's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped (1966).

Correspondents include Governor's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped.

F 14: Wilburton Industry (1966).

F 15: Will Rogers World Airport (1966).

F 16: Wright, M. A. (Mike) (1966).

Topics include Myron A. Wright.

F 17: Young Democratic Clubs of America (1966).

Correspondents include Young Democratic Clubs of America.

F 18: Young Democrats (1966).

Correspondents include John R. Hansen.

F 19: Albert Birthday, A-L (1967).

Correspondents include Hubert H. Humphrey.

F 20: Albert Birthday, M-Z (1967).

Correspondents include Spark M. Matsunaga.

F 21: Albert Illness (1967).

F 22: Albert Opinion (1967).

Topics include Adam Clayton Powell and Thomas Jefferson.

F 23: Albert: Speeches and Remarks (1967).

Topics include Republican Party (U.S. 1854- ), United States House of Representatives committees, veterans, and the Vietnamese Conflict (1961-1975).

F 24: American Political Science Association (1967).

F 25: Appreciation (1967).

Correspondents include Richard J. Daly.

F 26: Architect of the Capitol (1967).

Topics include United States Capitol (Washington D.C.), architecture, conservation and restoration.

F 27: Architect of the Capitol (1967).

Topics include United States Capitol (Washington D.C.), architecture, conservation and restoration.

F 28: Atlanta Speech (1967).

Topics include Vietnamese Conflict (1961-1975) protest movements and Communism.

F 29: Bellamy Award (1967).

F 30: Boren, David L. (1967).

Topics include skin-grafting. Correspondents include David Boren.

F 31: Boy Scouts (1967).

F 32: Cancer (1967).

F 33: Capitol Close-up: Educational Film (1967).

F 34: Chandler, Judge Stephen S.

Topics include Judge Stephen S. Chandler.

F 35: Cherry Blossom Princess (1967).

F 36: Colleagues, A-B (1967).

Topics include Mike Mansfield, Thomas J. Dodd, Ray Blanton, John Bell Williams, Adam Clayton Powell, confidential communications, census, and Chet Huntley. Correspondents include Watkins M. Abbitt, Jackson E. Betts, Tom Bevill, John A. Blatnik, Hale Boggs, Richard W. Bolling, John Brademas, Jack Brooks, Omar Burleson, Frank Annuncio, Jonathan B. Bingham, Ben B. Blackburn, Frank J. Brasco, and Clarence J. Brown.

F 37: Colleagues, C-E (1967).

Topics include Redwood industry. Correspondents include Hugh L. Carey, Frank L. Chelf, Don H. Clausen, William M. Colmer, John Conyers, Ed Edmondson (Speech), Joe L. Evins, Paul Dague, and John H. Dent.

F 38: Colleagues, F-H (1967).

Topics include John Edward Fogarty, Henry B. Gonzalez, United Nations, and International Antidumping Code. Correspondents include Michael A. Feighan, Daniel J. Flood, John J. Flynt, Henry B. Gonzalez, John P. Hammerschmidt, Vance Hartke, Ken Hechler, James J. Howard, Leonard Farbstein, Nick Galifiankis, Jacob H. Gilbert, Durward G. Hall, and Ralph Harvey.

F 39: Colleagues, H-L (1967).

Topics include Joshua Bryan Lee, flood control in Panther Creek Reservoir, Peter Kyros, and the Dickey-Lincoln School Hydroelectric Project. Correspondents include Lee Hamilton, Richard H. Ichord, William D. Hathaway, Albert Sydney Herlong, Hubert H. Humphrey, Jed J. Johnson, Robert E. Jones, James Kee, Michael J. Kirwan, James M. Hanley, Andrew Jacobs Jr., W. Pat Jennings, Eleanor Connolly Keating, and Horace R. Kornegay.

F 40: Colleagues, M-Q (1967).

Topics include Adam Clayton Powell, Mansfield Endowment of the University of Montana Foundation, and the War on Poverty Program. Correspondents include Ray J. Madden, Mike Mansfield, John O. Marsh, Spark M. Matsunaga, James A. McClure, John W. McCormack, John L. McMillan, Lee Metcalf, George P. Miller, A. S. Mike Monroney, James H. Morrison, Abraham J. Multer, Robert N. Nix (Speech), Barratt O'Hara, James G. O'Hara, Wright Patman, Omar Burleson, Carl Dewey Perkins, Adam Clayton Powell (press release), Albert H. Quie (press release), James Armstrong Mackay, Lowell B. Mason, Lloyd Meeds, Walter H. Moeller, John S. Monagan, and F. Bradford. Morse.

F 41: Colleagues, R-T (1967).

Topics include Lyndon B. Johnson administration, Dan Rostenkowski, Emanuel Celler, Tom Steed, Robert G. Stephens, and the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration Apollo Review Board. Correspondents include William Fitts Ryan (Statement), Fernand St. Germain, Robert L. F. Sikes, H. Allen Smith, James V. Smith, Olin E. Teague, Frank Thompson, Strom Thurmond, Joseph Y. Resnick, Fisher Muldrow, and Standish Fletcher Thompson.

F 42: Colleagues, U-Z (1967).

Topics include Adam Clayton Powell and John Bell Williams. Correspondents include Morris K. Udall, Basil Lee Whitener, Lionel Van Deerlin, Albert Watson, and Paul B. Johnson, John W. Wydler.

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