Agriculture and state--United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 104 Collections and/or Records:
Carl Albert Collection
Scope and Contents The Albert Collection is the largest held by the Carl Albert Center, and it contains over 1000 linear feet of documents, multiple maps and oversize materials including scrapbooks, and over 10,000 photographs. Because Albert served for an extended period of time during an extremely productive time in Congress, the collection includes materials related to a variety of national legislative actions and political occurrences including Great Society legislation like the Civil Rights Act, the creation...
Page H. Belcher Collection
Scope and Contents The Belcher Collection consists of 182 linear feet of material plus maps and nearly 250 photographs. Materials cover a wide-range of topics with prominence being give to agriculture, wheat, meat inspection, federal aid to education, tax legislative, social security amendments, civil rights, school prayer, oil legislation, the Vietnam War, the Republican Party, soil conservation, the Farmers Home Administration, and rural electrification. A variety of document types related to legislation exist...
John N. "Happy" Camp Collection
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...
Thomas A. Chandler Collection
Scope and Contents The Chandler collection is small and fragmentary and does not reflect his activities in the U.S. Congress. For the most part, the 300 documents in the collection are constituent correspondence from 1917-1919. Some of the topics included in the materials are military conscription, Native Americans, drought relief, anti-lynching laws, the League of Nations, and the Panama Canal.
Constituent Correspondence regarding analysis of cattle feed
Constituent correspondence regarding domestic grain production
Constituent correspondence regarding supplemental approtiations legislation
Constituent correspondence regarding "the Tahlequah F.H.A. office"
Correspondence between a constituent and Congressman James R. Jones regarding the constituent's interest in a position with the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service in Oklahoma