Agriculture--Economic aspects--United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Dewey F. Bartlett Collection
Scope and Contents The Bartlett Collection contains 68 linear feet in addition to oversize materials, maps, and nearly 2,000 photographs. The majority of the documents relate to Bartlett’s successful bid in 1972 to become a U.S. Senator and his tenure in that office (1973-1978). They include constituent correspondence, memos, background research, bills, and other legislative-based documents. A smaller number of documents relate to Bartlett’s service at the state level, including his time as governor. Of...
Correspondence between a constituent and an aid to Congressman James R. Jones regarding changes to the supervision of the Veterinary Services branch of the Animal and Pland Health Inspection Service Department of the United States Department of Agriculture
Correspondence between a constituent and Congressman James R. Jones regarding "the present economic situation"
Correspondence between a constituent of Congressman James R. Jones, the Deputy Administrator of USDA Marketing Program Opperations, and Congressman James R. Jones regarding meat grading standards
Correspondence between the Executive Vice President of Robinson-Poole Cattle Co. Inc. Mr. Patrick Poole, the Secretary of State, the Honorable William P. Rogers, The Secretary of Agriculture, the Honorable Earl Butz, the Administrator of the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service, Mr. Raymond A. Ioanes, the Assistant Secretary for Congressional Relations for the Department of State, Mr. Marshall Wright, and Congressman James R. Jones regarding "a group that would like to furnish assistance, equipment, and livestock to the country of Honduras"
Notes and a letter pertaining to the potential viability of rail systems as transportation for the United States livestock industry from James M. Mason to Synar, 1984 , April 5, 1984
Scope and Contents Contains materials including handwritten notes and correspondence with Jim Mason, president of MASSCO, pertaining to tests enacted by the USDA on the viability of using rail systems to transport livestock.
Official correspondence regarding "a current report on Famers Home Administration loan and grant activity"