Health care reform--United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The John N. "Happy" Camp Collection consists of 102 cubic feet of material and covers the period 1967-1974. The collection is arranged into several series; internal arrangement is either chronological or alphabetical by topic. While Camp's papers are particularly strong in energy, mining, and Native American subjects, in contrast there are only a few cubic feet of routine materials on science and astronautics. The collection also is especially strong on agricultural topics. Documents contained...
Scope and Contents Consisting of 18.6 cubic feet of material, the collection consists of wire copies, newspaper clippings, press releases, speeches, and reports either written or gathered by Cromley during his years with the Daily Oklahoman. The collection contains a wealth of information on the Oklahoma congressional delegation as they confronted the issues on Capitol Hill. A small photograph collection is included in the collection.
Scope and Contents The McCurdy Collection is 66 linear feet plus audio-visual and oversized materials. The collection includes materials related to a variety of topics prominent during McCurdy’s service in Congress, but the strengths of collection are found in the topics that McCurdy engaged with—particularly foreign policy and politics in Central America, defense appropriations and growth, and transportation industry issues. The materials include correspondence, background material, memos, notes, speeches,...
Scope and Contents The greater part of the Synar collection, some 97,000 items, consists of legislative and research materials used by the Synar office during his years as a Congressman from Oklahoma. These materials range in date from 1979 to 1994 and include, but are not limited to, internal memos, drafts of bills, hearing materials, and background research. The materials cover a variety of topics relevant to Congress and Oklahoma but provide particular focus on issues that galvanized the Synar office...