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Office Files of White House Aides:
S. Douglass Cater

Folder Title List and Accompanying Descriptions

Box #

Folder Title and Description

Status

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Mr. Cater's Diary, August 9 - December 31, 1965 (2 folders)

Typed and handwritten daily entries listing telephone calls, meetings and visitors.

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1964 Daily Calendar, May - June 1964

Desk calendar sheets with handwritten entries listing telephone calls, meetings and visitors.

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Daily Calendar Jan. - Nov. 1965

Desk calendar sheets with handwritten entries listing telephone calls, meetings and visitors.

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Daily Calendar, December 1965

Desk calendar sheets with handwritten entries listing mainly meetings.

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Appointment Calendar, January 3, 1966 - August 31, 1966 (2 folders)

Desk calendar sheets with handwritten entries and typed notes incorporated by date.

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Guest Lists for White House Receptions, 1964

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[Guest Lists for White House Luncheons and Dinners, December 1963-1965 (2 folders)]

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Presidential Dinners and Reception Invitees

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[Presidential Dinner Lists - Young Executives Lists]

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Congressional Receptions [in the White House, December 1964 - March 1965]

Included among the lists are the draft remarks for a reception, February 9, 1965.

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Invitations for Mr. and Mrs. Douglass Cater (2 folders)

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3

Personal Invitations [for Douglass Cater,] January - June 1965

(5 folders)

Memo of discussion on the feasibility of organizing a Universities Center for Advanced Graduate Study in cooperation with public agencies, private research organizations, and the leading universities of the country from Robert Calkins, Brookings Institution; Biography of Foreign Minister Thanat of Thailand; material distributed at a National Conference on Education, "The Shaping of Educational Policy" by Governor Terry Sanford (1); Official Inaugural Program, January 20, 1965 (5).

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Personal Invitations [for Douglass Cater,] July - December, 1965 (2 folders)

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Personal Invitations for Douglass Cater, January - August 1966

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Personal Invitations for Douglass Cater, April - June 1966 (2 folders)

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5

Speaking Engagements Accepted, 1964

Requests for Cater to speak; thank you letters and certificates of appreciation for speeches given by Cater.

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Mr. Cater's Speaking Engagements Turned Down, [January - December 1965] (3 folders)

Letters requesting Cater to speak with accompanying brochures; Cater's letter regretting.

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Mr. Cater's Speaking Engagements, [January - December 1965] (3 folders)

Letters requesting Cater to speak with brochures, articles and documents of appreciation.

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ABC Transcripts - Interview with Mr. Cater, 9/7/65

Ernest Pendrell of ABC to record and film an interview with Cater for a documentary on Presidential Assistants. Accompanying Pendrell were: Graham Grove, Murray Alvey, George Gurlach and Duff Thomas. The interview did not begin on time and ran into the time for the Education Task Force meeting. The interviewer accompanied Cater to the meeting. Those in the meeting were: Frank Keppel, Henry Loomis, Sam Halperin, Gerald Brannon of Treasury, William Cannon, Bureau of the Budget, and Dr. Edward Dempey. Des Marais could not attend.

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[Magazine - American Education, U. S. Department of Health Education and Welfare, Office of Education, October 1966] (2 copies)

On page 20 is an interview with Douglass Cater on education and other topics.

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6

[Telephone Memos and Logs, May 26 - August 31, 1964]

Memos concerning particular telephone calls and logs of the calls made each day by Douglass Cater.

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[Telephone Memos and Logs, September 1964]

Memos concerning particular telephone calls and logs of the daily calls of Douglass Cater.

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[Telephone Memos and Logs, October - December 1, 1964]

Memos concerning particular telephone calls and logs of the daily calls of Douglass Cater.

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[Handwritten Telephone Lists, November 1964 - June 1, 1965]

Handwritten lists of incoming and outgoing telephone calls for Douglass Cater.

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Typed Telephone [Memos and] Lists, January - June 1965

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[Handwritten Telephone Lists, June - October 1965]

Handwritten lists of incoming and outgoing telephone calls for Douglass Cater.

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[Handwritten Telephone Lists, November - December 1965]

Handwritten lists of incoming and outgoing telephone calls for Douglass Cater.

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[Personal Chronological Correspondence File, 1964]

Many congratulatory letters on his appointment as an aide; comments on his book, Power in Washington; requests for appointments to see the President or Cater.

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Douglass Cater [Miscellaneous Personal Correspondence]

Correspondence from friends in Alabama; case of material concerning the Department of Labor's rules under Section 212 of the Immigration and Nationality Act; variety of dates represented.

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[Personal Correspondence]/A

Requests for statements; more concerning his appointment and book.

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[Personal Correspondence]/Autographs/Sent A-Z

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[Personal Correspondence]/Awards

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[Personal Correspondence]/B

Mentions his book, The Fourth Branch of Government; requests to meet with Cater or other governmental personnel or matters of concern; relationship with educators and press people; requests for assistance in finding jobs; interesting article, "Preliminary Appraisal for the Office of Information, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force, Community Action and Self Help in South Vietnam" by Gene E. Bradley, June 30, 1966; lecture "The Human Nature of Organizations by Dr. J. Douglass Brown; Abstract concerning the Foreign Student Volunteer Service Project, Cater to Mr. John E. Brown.

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[Personal Correspondence]/Biographical Data

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[Personal Correspondence]/Books-Booklets-Magazines

Variety of articles and booklets; Reprint from The Annals of American Academy of Political and Social Science, "A New Orientation in American Government;" report from the National Youth Conference on Natural Beauty and Conservation, June 26-29, 1966; two articles on agriculture; article by Terry Sanford, "Poverty's Challenge to the States."

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[Personal Correspondence]/C

Article, "The Teachers America Needs" by Raymond Callahan; Article, "The Pursuit of Excellence, Project Arcturus" given by Dr. W. Montague Cobb, at the National Medical Association meeting, August 2-6, 1964; Memorandum on "The New Educational and Training Concept" by Thomas Cronin.

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[Personal Correspondence]/Contributions

Two items.

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[Personal Correspondence]/D

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[Personal Correspondence]/E

Proposal for the research program of the Harry S. Truman Center for the Advancement of Peace from Eliaha Elath, President of the Hebrew University, Jerusalem.

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[Personal Correspondence]/F

Many suggestions for more effective government action; requests for Cater to read drafts of speeches, articles and books and comment on them.

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[Personal Correspondence]/G

Article, "The American Economy During 1966'" by Oscar Gass; Testimony to the Woodrow Wilson Memorial Commission by Robert F. Goheen concerning ways to honor President Wilson; material concerning the Edward R. Murrow Center of Public Diplomacy at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University.

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[Personal Correspondence]/Gifts/A-Z

Book titled, "The Friendly American, A Book of Hope, 50 Personal Stories from many parts of the World, Goals for all Men in 28 languages" from Phillip R. Wheeler, Armed Forces Writers League, 1963.

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[Personal Correspondence]/H

Reprint of an article titled "The Politics of Conscience" by August Heckscher, from Social Casework; Case of material concerning the Cold War and communication with others on a people-to-people basis from Lester Cowan includes material on exchange of films with the Russians; large memo from Bob Hunter to Cater 4/20/66 re the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

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[Personal Correspondence]/Holiday Greetings-Received

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[Personal Correspondence]/I

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[Personal Correspondence]/Invitations/1964

Requests to speak and attend meetings.

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[Personal Correspondence]/Invitations/1965

Letter concerning the National School Volunteer Program which was developed under the of the Public Education Association.

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[Personal Correspondence]/Invitations/1966

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[Personal Correspondence]/Invitations/1966/[Washington] D.C.

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[Personal Correspondence]/Invitations/1967

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[Personal Correspondence]/Invitations/1968

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[Personal Correspondence]/J

Committee print on the Atlantic Alliance Basic Issues, A Study submitted by the Subcommittee on National Security and International Operations (Pursuant to S. Res. 181, 89th Cong.), 1966.

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[Personal Correspondence]/K

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[Personal Correspondence]/L

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[Personal Correspondence]/M

Article written by Donald Maggin to the Christian Science Monitor re Community Antennea television; memo re a draft of talk before the Asian Ministers of Education in Bangkok (UNESCO/E CAFE meeting, Nov. 30); Letter to Mrs. McNamara re the plans of the D. C. Citizens for Better Education; article on Adlai Stevenson "A Way of Gallantry"; reprint from The American Scholar, by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, "Poverty and Progress", Autumn, 1964.

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[Personal Correspondence]/Memberships

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[Personal Correspondence]/Messages-Received/A-Z

Letter from Gov. Endicott Peabody re federal-state relations.

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[Personal Correspondence]/Messages-Sent/A-Z

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[Personal Correspondence]/N

Letter from Fred Warner Neal concerning Pacem in Terris Convocation, Feb. 18-20, New York, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions; excerpt from master's thesis of Marian Norby, comments on the Public Relations Problems of the Executive Branch.

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[Personal Correspondence]/Newspapers - Clippings

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[Personal Correspondence]/O

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[Personal Correspondence]/Oversize Attachments

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[Personal Correspondence]/P

Article by Benjamin F. Payton titled "The President, The Social Experts, and the Ghetto; An Analysis of an Emerging Strategy in Civil Rights."

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[Personal Correspondence]/Q [empty]

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[Personal Correspondence]/R

Preliminary draft of an article by Dr. Frank Riessman titled "A Comparison of Two Social Action Approaches: Saul Alinsky and the New Student Left", September 1965; another article by Riessman titled "Its Time for a Moon-Shot in Education", October 1965; copy of a talk given by Dr. Sidney E. Rolfe, "The Prospects for International Monetary Reform," at a Symposium on International Monetary Reform sponsored by Equity Research Associates at the Bankers Club, October 13, 1965.

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[Personal Correspondence]/Recommendations-Introductions

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[Personal Correspondence]/S

"Rough Notes on Moves to Further Victory in the Cold War's Battles for Men's Minds and Hearts"; articles by Dr. Frederick Stare "Tell Me, Doctor" and "Sense and Nonsense about Nutrition."

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[Personal Correspondence]/Speeches

Transcript of Prof. M. Cherif Bassiouni's address at the mid-East symposium held at De Paul, July 12, 1967.

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[Personal Correspondence]/T

Article "The Arts in America" by Harold Taylor reprint from the Colorado Quarterly, 1965; report from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools on its Education Improvement Project Division; Statement of James W. Rouse, President of Community Research and Development, Inc. before the Housing Sub-Committee, House Banking and Currency Committee on H.R. 12946, Title II, Land Development and New Communities, March 25, 1966.

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[Personal Correspondence]/Trips

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[Personal Correspondence]/Trips: Aspen Conference, July 1-5, 1966 [2 folders]

Contains material on the conference of colleges and university presidents at the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies on the Relationship of Higher Education to Government, June-July 1966.

 

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[Personal Correspondence]/U

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[Personal Correspondence]/V

Memos concerning the hearings of the Rogers subcommittee on Title 19 of Medicare from Prof. Frank van Dyke, 5/16/66; memos and information concerning the CYBERLITE PROJECT testing program initiated in Arizona, 9/1/66, and an article "Inferences from Visual Perception and Reaction Time to Requisites for a Collision - Preventing Cyberlite Stop Lamp."

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[Personal Correspondence]/W

Article by Dr. Clare Graves of Union Collage on "Theory of Ethical Behavior"; information on the "President's Add-a-Book Plan"; in a course of study at Amherst on "Liberalism and Social Order" one unit is devoted to Vietnam; John William Ward requested Cater's assistance in developing this unit; interesting speech by Joseph M. Goldsen, the RAND Corporation, at the American Astronautical Society National Meeting on the Impact of Space Exploration on Society, San Francisco, California, "Research on Social Consequences of Space Activities," 8/18/65; special weekly report on educational affairs, Education, U.S.A., 3/25/65.

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[Personal Correspondence]/XYZ

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Application for Employment with Mr. Cater's Office, 1964-65.

Personal vital sheets from individuals seeking employment in Cater's office.

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Recommendations [for Governmental Positions]

Few recommendations for a variety of governmental positions from individuals both inside and outside the government to Cater.

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Talent Search - 1964

Comments on the efforts of the Kennedy staff to draw talented new people into government work and the possibilities for the Johnson staff to carry on the same effort.

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Presidential Appointments to 10/2/64

Lists of individuals appointed by the President to governmental positions.

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Memos to and from Robert M. Ball (Commissioner of Social Security)

Press release from HEW, 12/29/66, re extended care facilities of the medicare program; state estimates of the need for extended care facilities.

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Memos to George Christian and Daily Press Contacts [Jan. 1967 - June 1968]

Memos informing Tom Johnson and George Christian of all press contacts Cater had daily.

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[Materials from] Harlan Cleveland, [1963]

Two copies of a reprint from Foreign Affairs, July, 1963, on "Crisis Diplomacy" by Harland Cleveland and a reprint from Department of State Bulletin, July 8, 1963, "Peace and Human Rights" by Harlan Cleveland.

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Memos from Ervin Duggan

Suggestions from Duggan to improve the President's image particularly with young people; suggestions of new innovative projects for the President to become involved with.

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Dead File, 1964

It appears that these letters from a variety of people were unanswered by Cater's staff; the file contains letters with suggestions for achieving peace in Southeast Asia; concern that the President should explain his Vietnam policies more forcefully; requests for information from Cater for projects.

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Memos to and from Paul A. Miller, Assistant Secretary for Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1967-68

Contains some information on graduate education assistance; International Education Act; Environmental Education; Urban extension approach to education; "Proposals for Future Programming of the Federal Committee on Education" are included; handwritten notes from Paul Miller concerning "Teacher Corps" and regional training centers; assignment of qualified Foreign Service Officers to academic institutions; a case concerning 1968 International Education Year; materials on the Urban Education Task Force.

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[Correspondence from] Marcus G. Raskin, 8/1/66 concerning the United Nations

Marcus Raskin, Co-Director of the Institute for Policy Studies, wrote to Cater concerning provisions in the UN Charter on the Security Council of Foreign Ministers and the seating of Red China; included a copy of the Cannon paper on new themes in social welfare legislation.

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Memos to and from George Reedy, [1964-1965]

Memos from Cater to Reedy concerning backgrounders and press releases.

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Correspondence with Steve Rivkin, President's Science Advisory Council

Speech suggestions for the President; expressed desire to assist in the campaign; statement of Dr. Jerome B. Wiesner, Director, Office of Science and Technology, before the Sub-committee on Science, Research and Development, House Committee on Science and Astronautics, Oct. 16, 1963, "Federal Research and Development: Policies and Prospects"; Draft report of the Office of Science and Technology Report to the President, July, 1964; article "The Hobbled Weapon" by Steven Rivkin reprinted from the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists; address by Dr. Donald Hornig, at Temple University Convocation, March 21, 1964; Editorial, "An International Hydrological Decade" by William C. Ackermann, Office of Science and Technology; Archives of Environment Health; Reprint "A Strategy for Innovation" by Michael Michaelis from the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, April, 1964.

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[The Editorial Tradition, 1776-1965, produced by the American Broadcasting Company]

This hand-bound book was sent to Douglass Cater from Theodore Shaker, President of ABC, March 15, 1965.

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[Correspondence concerning] Moreland Griffith Smith, F.A.I.A.

Large brochure showing the work of Sherlock, Smith and Adams, Inc., architects and engineers, Montgomery, Alabama.

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[Correspondence with and concerning, Dr. William H. Stewart, Surgeon General of the United States, July - Aug. 1966]

Memos from Stewart to Cater re the physician volunteers in Project Viet Nam and the Communicable Disease Center, Atlanta, Georgia.

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Memos to and from Lee White, [August 1965 - January 1966]

Correspondence from Robert H. Michael concerning the Task Force on International Education; material concerning the AEC power line problems; Education Week Proclamation.

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Memos to the White House Staff [May-November, 1964]

Memos concerning Task Forces; convention plans, proposals for Presidential speeches such as the "See the U.S.A. Campaign"; offer of NET for time to candidates; campaign strategy; Urban Extension Service.

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[Memos to the President,] 5/64-8/64

Contains a memo from Dean Acheson concerning the coming campaign; drafts of remarks for the President; Eugene McCarthy's speaking engagements in 1960 campaign; Cater's comments on Mrs. Johnson's tour; talking points for backgrounders; sending of FBI agents to Harlem; Southeast Asia; talent search for the government; campaign strategy; message to Geneva Conference on the peaceful uses of atomic energy.

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[Memos to the President,] 9/64 - 11/64

Task Forces materials; campaign commitments; comments on the President's book My Hope for America; suggestions for Presidential speeches; Qualze state surveys; backgrounders for bureau chiefs; draft of a whistle-stop speech.

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[Memos to the President,] 11/64 - 2/65

Handling of White House mail; requests for the President to speak; comments on bills before Congress such as the Education Bill; National Book Committee; bill on Heart, Cancer and Stroke research; comments on the balance of payments measures; letter to Congress on Truth in Lending and Truth in Packaging; President's Book Stamp Plan with ideas from Paul Horgan; Talking points on Foreign Aid; relationship to the Soviet Union; comments on steel price increases; handling of news from the White House; talk with John Hay Whitney; invitation to foreign intellectual leaders.

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[Memos to the President,] 3/65-4/65

Drafts of press releases such as one on the Antarctica; specifications to guide school districts in their desegregation plans under Title VI; discussions on the organization of HEW; relations with the press; oral contraceptive drug; Education bill; furor over an article by Joe Kraft; issue over OEO funds for birth control and family planning programs; cigarette advertising and labeling bill.

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Memos to the President, May 1965

Draft remarks such as at the Arms Control Ceremony; comments on the Dominican situation; request by Smithsonian for the old Court of Claims building; mention of Hirshhorn collection; article from The Listener, "Lyndon Johnson as Teacher" by John R. Silber, May 20, 1965; meeting with Antarctica Policy Group; Educational Television Act discussed; comments on the Higher Education Bill; meetings with the press; meeting of Southern Governor in Washington over Title VI, School Desegregation; Prospectus by Paul Horgan of a book on the Great Society.

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Memos to the President, June 1965

Comment on the "Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents"; comments on the White House Conference on Health; press relations; transfer of Court of Claims building to Smithsonian Institution; appointment to Voice of America; comments on the NEA convention in New York and workshops in Washington; economic program for Vietnam; reorganization of the Office of Education; comments by the President concerning the Railroad Labor Unions and Cohen.

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Memos to the President, July 1965

Press relations; appointment of John Gardner; Education legislation; White House Fellows program; Cold War G. I. Bill; White House Conference on Education; Education leaders; probable independent commission to study Vietnam policy; advertisement in NY Times in support of Vietnam policy; Moyers' appointment comments; Higher Education Bill; Press release on White House Conference on Education; proposed programs for assisting Negro leaders caught by the desegregation problems; materials dealing with health - meeting with AMA leaders.

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[Memos] to the President, August 1965

Press relations; Higher Education Bill; suggestions for briefing of University President on Vietnam policy; draft of speech to Alabama mayors; letter from Gerald Ford saying he plans to support the Higher Education Bill; John Gardner; appointment of a new Surgeon General; suggestions for speeches such as the State of the Union speech for 1966; meeting with the American Medical Association leaders; NIH message.

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[Memos] to the President, September 1965

Appointment of Philip Lee, Assistant Secretary for Health Services; Desalting Conference; article from The Economist on the President as an Educator; press relations; press conferences; report from Office of Education on a survey ordered by the Congress in regard to the Civil Rights Act of 1964; preliminary suggestions for a Conference on Education: Southern Region; clippings concerning the Heart, Cancer and Stroke Bill; mention of the Task Force on International Education; visit with Stennis about the Mississippi school situation; statistics concerning elementary and secondary schools; possible luncheon to celebrate signing of Higher Education Bill; new programs of HEW which need publicity; signing ceremony for the Heart, Cancer and Stroke bill; topics of discussion for the American Hospital Association.

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Memos to the President, October 1965

Comments on educational television; problems with Higher Education Bill; Teacher Corps; press relations - clippings on D. C. government; International Education Task Force; organizational problems with the Food and Drug Administration; White House Conference on Health; draft remarks for the signing of the Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke amendments.

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[Memos] to the President, November 1965

Possible topic with Erkard and Wilson on U. S. cooperation on space projects; mid-term voting statistics and implications for 1966; mention of the working group on satellites for informational and educational purposes; speech suggestions; statistics on Negroes and the Office of Education; Southern Regional Conference on Education; participation of Catholics in the White House Conference on Health; preliminary report from Health Conference.

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[Memos] to the President, December 1965

Press relations; liaison with church community; Cold War GI Bill; White House Fellows program; legislative proposals for construction of facilities in education and health; report on Southern Region Conference on Education; Webb mission to Europe on U.S.-European space efforts; antipollution programs in West Germany; State Loan Guarantee Agencies under the Higher Education bill; International Education Program; Harold Howe and Frances Keppel; article, "The Social State of the Union" by Bertram M. Gross; concern over the figures for heart, cancer and stroke centers; International Health programs

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[Memos] to the President, January 1966

Suggestions for public appearances; difference of opinion between HEW and Budget on scope of reorganization plans; Reprint from Foreign Affairs, January 1966, "Chunnel" by Frank Davidson who proposed to help bring land into use for underdeveloped nations; clippings on LBJ programs; reprint from Harper's Magazine by Gen. James Gavin, "A Communication on Vietnam"; White House Fellows; discussion with Sen. Ellender on foreign policy; International education and health programs commented on; press reactions; remarks by John Gardner at the Women's National Democratic Club; appointment of Leslie Carpenter, Assistant Secretary for Individual and Family Services; Cold War G.I. Bill; Veterans Administration hospitals.

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[Memos] to the President, February 1966

Summation of the HEW consultations on the Title VI Guidelines; suggestion to associate TVA with international food and fertilizer program; requests to speak; proposal for a binational foundation for educational development in India using excess rupies; support by the Birmingham News of the Big Red I Division in Vietnam; resume of the Congressional contacts made by Sec. John Gardner since opening of Congress; effect of revised civil rights guidelines; problems with putting the Small Business Administration into the Dept. of Commerce; letter concerning direct loan program of NDEA and the authorized guaranteed student loan program; draft of Atlantic City speech to the American Association of School Administrators; Cold War G.I. bill; report on International Health and Education Bill.

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[Memos] to the President, March 1966

Support for International Education program; HEW plan to limit obligations under Title I of the ESEA; Wayne Morse and Education Legislation; clipping on the strength of the Viet Cong, The Reporter, February 24, 1966; clippings concerning Gardner; binational education foundation for India; Student Loan program signing; future structure of HEW; messages; estimated cost for five years of the education legislation enacted in 1966; draft speech for the National Conference on Higher Education; TV spot for Medicate Enrollment Month; budget proposals for the cutback in the Impacted Area Program; draft press release on the Gardner mission to South Vietnam; invitations to speak.

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[Memos] to the President, April, 1966

Reports to the President on progress with education legislation; National Advisory Commission on Health Manpower; draft speech for the dedication of the new Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton; memo on the work by Cater, Jim Cain, and Surgeon General Stewart on health manpower; President's book on the Great Society; educational television; plans to appoint a National Advisory Commission on Health Manpower; drafts to agency heads on medical manpower; memo concerning additional authorization request to fund NDEA.

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[Memos] to the President, May, 1966

Clippings on Medicare; draft prologue for the book "This America"; Hew's preparations for Medicare; Hirshhorn collection; press briefings on Medicare; National Council of Senior Citizens annual convention; Report by Gardner on the steps taken by HEW to institute the medicare program; summer conference with education leaders to discuss future of Title I of ESEA; Paul Jacobs suggestions after visiting Watts; Chairman Teague's concern about veterans' pension benefits; ways to avoid conflict over Title VI guidelines; Senators letter to the President concerning the guidelines; AID and the priority of education programs; National Advisory Commission on Health; more on ESEA and the Perkins Subcommittee; Teacher Corps Supplemental signing; report on contacts regarding Commissioner Howe's letter to Southern state school superintendents; brief listing of the top new appointments in HEW and HUD.

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[Memos] to the President, June 1966

T.V. Statement on Medicare; congressional contacts regarding Title VI and Medicare; Health Manpower Commission; meeting with the National Institute of Health Director; meetings with Southern Education leaders; list of congressional contacts by Secretary Gardner; statement on hospital compliance; report of Wilbur Cohen and Senator Long's meeting on hospital and nursing home Medicare reimbursement; American Medical Association meeting; contact with Congressman Perkins on ESEA; memo on the proposal of a Task Force on Career Advancement; report on hospital civil rights compliance efforts in the South; prologue and epilogue for "This America"; contracts for Office of Education's new laboratories; meeting with American Bankers Association; meeting between Cater and Gardner with suggestions for peace offensive in Vietnam.

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[Memos] to the President, July, 1966

Memo on 1956 bill on disability insurance; suggestions by Cater of new ideas for the Johnson Administration to promote, voting age of 18, involve world leaders in family planning, admit Red China to United Nations; Comprehensive Health Planning and Services bill; reports on the ESEA bill; Tunisia-American education foundation; Peace Corps legislation; memo about Presidential use of television; meeting with Congressman Landrum to discuss HEW guidelines; draft remarks to the National Conference on Education of Disadvantaged Children; statement on the Library Services Construction Amendments of 1966; talking points with Lister Hill concerning education legislation and Wayne Morse; comment on President Kennedy's doodles at his last Cabinet meeting; memo on the School Savings Program; memos on Medicare's beginnings.

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[Memos to the President,] August 1966

Staff work on the National Library Commission; 18 year old vote; summer Teacher Corps; proclamation on Hill-Burton week; nursing home guidelines; discussion on Civil Rights school desegregation programs; Gardner concern for loss of momentum by the Administration in the field of domestic programs; Hill-Burton Act ceremony; Medicare implementation.

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[Memos to the President,] September, 1966

Award from the American College of Cardiology; mention of the study on local government by the Committee for Economic Development; Commissioner Howe's appearance before the Rules Committee; Margaret Sanger award in World Leadership to the President; educational television grant from Bristol Myers Co., Inc.; International Education and Australia; proposals concerning shortages in health manpower; press relations; talking points with Senator Lister Hill; Medicaid (Title XIX of the Social Security Act); drop-out high school students and unemployment welfare payments; use of sports pages and society page of newspapers to promote administration; National Advisory Commission on Libraries.

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[Memos to the President,] October, 1966

Fair Campaign Practices Committee; National Science Foundation selection of high school students to go to Australia; Wilbur Cohen answer to the changes by Wilbur Mills to Title XIX (Medicaid); comprehensive health planning bill; Beirut Convention and the International Education program; headlines concerning the Manila Conference; problems with nursing homes construction funding.

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[Memos to the President,] November, 1966

Charts and graphs on the population problem; Gen. Draper and John D. Rockefeller's comments on the Catholic bishop's statement on birth control; reprint of Cater's Lasker Awards speech concerning innovation in the Administration particularly in Education; Gardner's proposal of a Peace Agency and International Education; removal of Technical Assistance from AID; Gardner's statement on governmental reorganization; correspondence with Arthur Schlesinger; report from the National Advisory Council on Education of disadvantaged Children; telegram concerning new school guidelines; proposal for Katzenbach Committee in the State Department to examine ways to encourage initiative and innovation; comments on the International Education Act.

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[Memos to the President,] December, 1966

Suggestions for the State of the Union address; Gov. Farris Bryant's contacts with six governors concerning education guidelines; comments from Walter Wheeler on War on Poverty; congressional matters to discuss at Leadership meeting; Educational television; letter and memo from John D. Rockefeller:* concerning problem of overpopulation; Center for Scholars proposed by the Woodrow Wilson Commission; suggestions from Mary Lasker for the State of the Union message; contacts with Congressional members concerning the education guidelines and their reactions.

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[Memos to the President,] January, 1967

Views of Charles Lee, Senator Morse's assistant on education, on education programs; International Education; University leaders commenting on the funding for International Education Act; invitations to speak and attend conferences; statement by Gardner on the legislative preparations of HEW; young educators in the "Interns in Education" program; magazine article, "LBJ, 'Near Great"' by William Shannon; report concerning efforts to meet health manpower needs; memo from Jack Vaughn, Peace Corps, regarding the Middle-level Manpower Conference, New Delhi; adding of chiropractors to Medicare discussed; steps to rally support for social security; costs of social security proposals; press contacts; educational television; tax credits for college tuition and fees proposed; National Advisory Committee on International Studies; Lyndon B. Johnson Australian Science Scholars; draft of a speech by Jim Wright about U.S. role in Vietnam and possibilities of peace; national policy statement on international book and library activities.

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[Memos to the President,] February, 1967

Health and Education message; Learing on HEW bills; letter to Senator Mansfield on covert financing of government activities; draft statement on the Smith-Hughes Vocational Education Act; Williamsburg Conference on International Education; White House Fellows; memo on the organization of the House Committee on Education and Labor; memo on Highway Beautification; VISTA volunteers statement; presentation of the National Science medals.

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[Memos to the President,] March, 1967

McGraw-Hill plans for a book of selected speeches; memos on plans for the Katzenbach committee which studied CIA funding and International Education; Statement concerning the Katzenbach report; list of outstanding young executives in the U. S.; meeting with White House fellows; current status of negotiations with the Public Works Committee on the highway beauty program; meeting with American Cancer Society; list of education invitations accepted by the President; congressional support of education and related programs; talking points with meeting with Chairman Mahon and the Teacher Corps; Title IV of the Education Act; hospital costs under Medicare; Secretary Gardner comments on Dan Flood on the Appropriations Subcommittee and the attitude of Mahon toward education legislation.

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[Memos to the President,] April, 1967

Statements requested, speech delivered by Thurman Arnold on Law Day at Valparaiso University, April 28, 1967; Quie substitute to the Education Bill; President's Book Foundation; draft remarks for dedication of the Crossland Vocational Center which was an attack on the Quie substitute for ESEA; attack of billboard interests on the Highway Beautification Act; endorsement of the Teacher Corps; speech by Averell Harriman accepting the Roosevelt Memorial Award; Louisiana doctors complaining about Medicaid payments; transcript of the answers of Thanat Khoman, Foreign Minister, Thailand, on ABC's Issues and Answers, April 2, 1967, where he supports U. S. position in Vietnam; meeting with White House Fellows.

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[Memos to the President,] May, 1967

Draft of remarks by the President at the New York State Democratic Dinner, June 3, 1967, includes some information on foreign policy; suggestions of legislative amendments affecting health and education; draft of speech at the christening of the John F. Kennedy aircraft carrier; defeat of the Quie amendment; Highway Beautification Bill; Teacher Corps contingency clause; speech drafts for the Water for Peace conference; memo from Mary Lasker concerning a drug to lower cholesterol; review with Henry Wilson the White House activities on the House fight on ESEA; draft remarks to big city school administrators; letter to Nathan Pusey, President of Harvard, concerning new selective service law changes; breakdown on Office of Education assistance to developing colleges; President's Book Foundation; Guaranteed Student Loan Program.

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[Memos to the President,] June, 1967 (Folder 1 of 2)

Statement concerning older Americans; reorganization of HEW; memos concerning HEW guidelines for desegregation; transfer of the Administrator of the President's Council on Physical Fitness to HEW; Laurence Rockefeller and the Citizen's Advisory Committee on Recreation and Natural Beauty; Education Professions Act; Follow Through Program under Title II-A of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964; Annual Report of the Citizens Advisory Committee on Recreation and Natural Beauty, June, 1967; plans for a campaign book; expressions of thanks for federal assistance to small colleges; funding for International Education Act; proposal by Secretary Gardner for a signing ceremony for the Mental Health Centers Construction Act extension; draft remarks for the Austin Democratic Dinner; draft for remarks to the United States Attorneys; remarks for the presentation of Presidential Scholars.

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[Memos to the President,] June, 1967 (Folder 2 of 2)

Discussion of Fulbright's comments in the Foreign Relations Committee; suggestion of a committee to study the future of museums; discussion of a Conference for School Boards; Public Television Act; Communications Satellite Policy; World Leader's Declaration on Population Matters; Gardner's recommendation to move the President's Council on Physical Fitness under the administrative control of HEW; draft statement on the Middle East; draft remarks to the New York President's Club.

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[Memos to the President,] July, 1967

Suggestions on education programs in Vietnam; comments on Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders; draft remarks on the creation of the Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders; drafts on the city riots; suggestions for action on the riots; comments by the Sterring Committee of the Education Commission of the States; report on the Social Security Bill; consolidation of Welfare, Vocational Rehabilitation and Aging; Katzenbach Committee and the Committee on Overseas Voluntary Activities (COVA); White House Conference on Children and Youth; NIH Directors; memo concerning recommendations to Congress on cigarette smoking.

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[Memos to the President,] August, 1967

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Draft remarks to the President's Committee on Mental Health; Dick Scammon's main points about the election in 1968; comments on the project, Condition of the Negro in America; Gardner letter to Wilbur Mills analyzing the welfare programs and the Ways and Means Committee legislation; Board of Foreign Scholarships; press relations; Guaranteed Student Loan Fund and the United Student Aid Funds; national book foundation; NEA testimony concerning contracts; proposed Presidential message on communications; meeting on research and development in Air Pollution Control, July 29, 1967; meeting with American Bankers Association on the guaranteed student loan program; Public Television Corporation Bill; mention of the Vice President's Task Force on the Cities; Federal help for the District of Columbia Public School System.

 

 

 

 

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[Memos to the President,] September, 1967

Transcript of appearance of Nelson Rockefeller and Whitney Young on Issues and Answers, September 24, 1967 concerning poverty and racial problems; memo concerning topics for cabinet meetings; request for President to speak at the New York Academy of Sciences; appointing a National Advisory Commission on the Education Professions; article on "The Presidency" by Hugh Sidey who comments on Gardner; Children's Book Project; press relations; National Advisory Commission on Health Facilities; International Conference on the World Crisis in Education; proposals to improve cabinet meetings; talking points with Life Insurance Executives; who propose to invest $1 billion to alleviate problems of the central cities; Ted Etherington, President of Wesleyan University, Connecticut, comments on the image of the President and suggests how to change it.

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[Memos to the President,] October, 1967

Suggested remarks at signing of Public Broadcasting Act of 1967; construction on the National Gallery of Art; Report on the Social and Economic Conditions of Negroes in the United States, October, 1967; proposals by Gardner for the future -- new legislation, 200th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence; press relations; Max Ascoli's editorial about the attacks on the President; Michael DeBakey's comments on the Science magazine article on scientists who did not support the President's policy in Vietnam; National Security Industrial Association; White House Fellows; National Institute of Mental Health study on alcoholism; Ambassador Marshall Green and Indonesia; proposal for an educational broadcast on the power of the Presidency; briefing memo on visit with Boisfeuillet Jones, National Advisory Commission on Health Facilities; meeting with Reston.

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[Memos to the President,] November, 1967

Comments on the book by James MacGregor Burns; draft of press release on campaign for improved service to the public; memo by Samuel Halperin summing up accomplishments in health and education; report from Newsweek by Robert Christopher titled, "Why Are We in Vietnam."; outlines of 3 pro-Johnson books; memos concerning Senator Perkins and General Hershey's statement to the draft boards about draft delinquency; Public Broadcasting Act; listing of Education and Health Legislation; draft remarks to be given to the joint convention of the Association of State Colleges; proposed director for the Public Broadcasting Corporation; Health Manpower Commission; contribution of $1 million to the Public Broadcasting Corporation by the Carnegie Corporation; press relations.

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[Memos to the President,] December, 1967

Statement on Vocational and Technical Education progress; Indicators of Progress and Problems issued by HEW weekly; life insurance protection for federal employees; P. L. 90-206; statistics of Social Security amendments; Macy's report on Presidential appointments; report from each domestic Cabinet officer on year's principal accomplishments in his department; "good" comments by the press compiled by HEW; Student Aid Program; signing statement on ESEA amendments; signing statement for social security amendments; press release on National Medal of Science winners; press release drafts on the Vocational Rehabilitation Program; Gardner case outlining the themes of the Johnson Administration domestic program; talking points for President's televised conversation with network correspondents; HEW legislation; report on Stanford University School of Medicine's synthetically created living molecule; draft of article by the President to Grade Teacher; draft response to Mathilde Krim on education and day care for very young children; proposal by Mike Manus of Time of a new program called "Back to the People Movement"; memo concerning the President's suggestion of a "network for knowledge'".

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1964

Draft of a telephone message to the Iron Workers Convention; variety of memos to White House staff members concerning speech drafts and recommendations for positions; suggestions of talking points for the President when he is in Louisiana; President's itinerary; comments by Cater on Goldwater and the campaign; proposal for a ceremony on the Test Ban Treaty Anniversary; memo prepared by Roger Fisher, professor of law at Harvard on the "Radical Right Operation Through Attacks on the Council for a Livable World"; quotations which could be used in campaign speeches; suggestions for the Hartford and Brown speeches; questions about fall-out and the electronic lock on nuclear weapons; suggestions on law enforcement and the election; speech draft for Cater on The Great Society; memo from Aubrey Wagner, Chairman of TVA, in response to a request from the President for suggestions as to activities the TVA might undertake to help neighboring areas of depressed Appalachia - strip mining reclamation and forest resource improvement; fact sheet on the "Great Society" speech, University of Michigan, May 22, 1964; article from The Saturday Review, by Stewart L. Udall titled "The Arts as a Natural Resource"; article from The Saturday Review by Stewart L. Udall titled, "The Legacy of Rachel Carson"; press release on Stewart Udall's remarks as the Robie House was designated an historic landmark.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [October-December,] 1965

Letter from George Agree, National Committee for an Effective Congress proposed a T.V. study of "The Peace Movement, 1946-48"; memo concerning the use of excess foreign currencies; suggestions from HEW for "Social Goals for the Great Society"; suggestion by Prof. Bert Gross for an annual Social Report; draft of statement on "Headstart"; briefing paper on the "use of the excess capacity of the commercial communications satellites to support the Apollo Mission"; letter concerning the need for a medical school in Maine and the Health Professions Education Act of 1963, P.L. 88-129; discrimination in fraternities; letters of support for the National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities Bill; letter suggesting adapting the principles of urban renewal to campus renewal; statistics concerning participants in the White House Conference on Health.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [June - September,] 1965

Comments on the Higher Education bill and the International Education bill; requests for the President to accept special items or attend meetings; annual report of the Meridian House Foundation, a service center and coordinating agency of service to international visitors; letter concerning better health care for the aged; suggestions for companion legislation for Medicare; memo from Warren Aikins on the need for improved intergovernmental relations coordination at the Executive Office level; memo from Mary Lasker for legislation for centers of advanced graduate study; letters concerning the University of Alabama Lister Hill Memorial Hospital for Cancer-Heart Disease-Stroke; closing of PHS hospitals; proposal for a computerized National Library of Science System and Network; Conference of Southern Educators at the University of Alabama; editorials on the economy; letters and clippings from Frank Rose and support of the University of Alabama programs.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [March - May] 1965

Suggestion by Bert Gross on the Great Society seminar; letters concerning medical care for merchant seamen and the closure of Public Health Service hospitals; case concerning proposals for a modification of standard contract language for Cooperative Research Projects and the University of Oregon; resolution on Occupational Health adopted by the AFL-CIO; more correspondence from Frank Rose and the University of Alabama; memo concerning medical library assistance; proposed report on Senator Hill's Medical Library Assistance Act of 1965; letter mentioning the Boulder-Denver area of Colorado as a site for a large accelerator; press release from the Los Angeles Teachers' Association meeting where the President spoke; letter concerning the Veterans Administration and the hospitals it handles; Biomedical Library Computer Network bills (S. 597 and H.R. 3142).

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [January - February,] 1965

Request for the President to address the annual convention of the National School Boards Association; material concerning the T. S. Eliot Memorial service; 1964 Report of the Director of Selective Service; National Book Committee; article by Sidney Scheuer, "Potentialities for International Accomplishment, Attitudes and Policies"; article from Foreign Service Journal, February, 1965, by Theodore A. Wertime, "American Communications and Tomorrow's World"; reaction to President Johnson's "State of the Union address by Sidney Scheuer; a Discussion of Democratic Caucus Reforms, History-Strategy, House of Representatives, January, 1965.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [December, 1966 (Folder 1 of 2)]

Copies of the Revised Statement of Policies for School Desegregation of 1967-68; Accomplishments of the Administration compiled at the end of the year; memo on Public Health Service's guidelines for compliance of religiously or fraternally affiliated extended care facilities of Title VI of Civil Rights Act; Volunteer to America program; memo on Title VI: Notices of Hearing to five hospitals refusing to comply; suggestion of a need for more task forces in major types of cancer; briefing paper on the U.S. Government International Book and Library Activities; memo on the progress report on Creative Federalist Fellows Program; proposals from the White House Fellows for the State of the Union Message; the State of the University Speech by Frank Rose, President of the University of Alabama; memo on the handling of new drug applications by the Food and Drug Administration.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [December, 1966 (Folder 2 of 2)]

Memo concerning a meeting on the proposal for using selected foreign currencies under P.L. 480 to educate American students in overseas universities; suggestions in the fields of education, health, medical research and beautification from Mary Lasker; memo on exchange peace corps pilot projects; speech by Harris Wofford, "The Escalation of Volunteer Service", Queens College Teach-In on the Draft; publication, "Research in Education"; November, 1966, from the Educational Research Information Center; material concerning health science advancement award application from the University of Alabama; National Book Program; proposal of a Presidential Dialogue with college leaders.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [November,] 1966

Progress report on Creative Federalist Fellows Program; memo concerning possible foundation grants to the Appalachian Regional Hospitals, Inc.; proposal concerning Hospital and Health Facility Planning for South and Central America; memos concerning the White House Fellows program; background material for use in third meeting of the Task Force on Nursing Homes; possible press release on the report on summer programs for extremely deprived children; case concerning Commissioner Howe's refutation of Congressman Waggoner's charges of federal control of schools; memo concerning Task Force on Nursing Homes and the proposal for payment to federal facilities under Medicare; memo on the U.S. Government Policy on International Book and Library Activities; proposal for improving relations between youth and the President; comments from Frank Rose on Chancellor William's address to the Southern Association of Land-Grant College and State Universities which concerned the NDEA Title IV Fellowship Program; Health Service Advancement Award Application from the University of Alabama; information for members of the Task Force on Health; remarks by Charls E. Walker, American Bankers Association on student loans.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [October,] 1966

Comments by L. B. Murphy on reports "Low Income Life Styles", "Children's Problems and Services in Child Welfare Programs" and "Illness Among Children"; membership of Early Childhood Task Force; background information on two new educational institutions authorized for the District of Columbia; memo concerning the Outside Task Force on Education; memo on members of Task Force on Education, Legislation for 1967; background material for members of first meeting of the Task Force on Nursing Homes; Congressional Record, October 18, 1966, on the Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital; staff memo on foreign currencies; memos on strengthening U.S. Book Programs in the lesser developed countries; paper on "Volunteers to America" program.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [September] 1966

Memos concerning Task Forces on Education; proposal for a National Community College Policy; draft of remarks by the President on the "Frontiers of Health"; memo from Dr. Hornig concerning Science Panels on Education; memo from the Department of Labor on a Nationwide Manpower Policy and the National Service Idea; National Institute of Education and Culture Act, H.R. 16898; problems with signs used at federal construction sites; list of matters to be discussed at meeting of the Task Force on Future Directions of Education in the U.S.; memo on new approaches to the problem of schools in the central city; drafts of memos establishing task forces on Health and Education; report on Chicago public schools by Commissioner Howe.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [August] 1966

Letter from Senator Tydings concerning need for U.S. support of research on reproductive physiology in India; clipping of article by Marianne Means, "White Envoys Talking to Professors"; letter concerning the amendment in the Defense Appropriations Bill which reimposes a 20% limitation on indirect expenses for the conduct of research; resolution concerning refusal by HEW to allow newspaper people to attend local meetings of representatives of HEW and local school boards on guideline compliance; reprint from Foreign Affairs, "Tomorrow's Agenda" by Zbigniew Brzezinski, July, 1966; Staff Economic Studies, "Some Fiscal Implications of Expansion of the Social Security System" by Nancy H. Teeters.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [July] 1966

Letter suggesting need to study causes of physical and mental deterioration of the aged; memo on a program for rapid production of needed health workers in medical care institutions; memo on extended care facilities; memo from Walter Heller on preparing for prosperity after Vietnam; memo concerning Samuel Halperin's suggestions for the use of excess foreign currencies in the educational exchange program; memo concerning cancer detection clinics to be established in U.S. population centers; request from Congressman Diggs to answer a constituent's question about Title VI Guidelines; letter concerning the East-West Center in Hawaii; memo from Mary lasker, concerning a bill H.R. 13150 to sale silver dollars to benefit the American Cancer Society and the American Heart Association; Educational Television Facilities Act.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [June] 1966

Brief comment on the Indo-American Foundation; memo suggesting the President promote a new policy for the handicapped; memo on the D.C. Citizens Committee meeting, May 24, 1966; remarks by George H. R. Taylor, Economist, AFL-CIO, "Occupational Medicine"; memo concerning President's program of book tokens; H.R. 15331, Educational Television Broadcasting Facilities Act; reactions to a study done by the staff of the Federal Reserve Board on the fiscal implications of expansion of the social security system; proposal from William R. Polk of a microfilm library for overseas use; A Report to the President, June, 1964, from Public Higher Education in the District of Columbia; memo on exporting technology.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [May] 1966

Memo on review of Federal Reserve Board staff study: "Some Fiscal Implications of Expansion of the Social Security System; brochures "Why Can't Toby Go To College?" by D. C. Citizens for Better Public Education; letter to Senator Russell concerning Title VI Guidelines; letter from Kenneth Wernimont regarding federal tax policy toward fellowship recipients; memo from Mrs. Robert McNamara concerning the need of appointments of top ability to the D. C. School Board; Polk's proposal for microfilm libraries; memo concerning Philip Lee's memo on occupational health; letter regarding the computer facilities at the University of Alabama Medical Center; memo from HEW showing current status of Texas districts which have not signed 441-B; large U. S. map showing congressional districts for the 90th Congress; memo concerning the executive order on health manpower.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [April] 1966

Suggestions of a task force on occupational health; interest of AFL-CIO in an occupational health program; memos on international broadcasting; memos on health manpower

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [March] 1966

Correspondence concerning the staff of the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations in connections with the Demonstration Cities Program; memos on medical manpower; memo concerning new legislation for education of handicapped children; hearings on the ESEA amendment of 1966; requests for Cater to be a speaker such as the Quaker Educators; memo on social security proposals; memo concerning nation's dental problems; memos on Dr. Cain's proposal on utilization of physicians in the Armed Services; selected portions from the Senate Appropriations Sub-committee hearings on Impacted Area legislation.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [February,] 1966

Memos concerning physicians and military service; impacted area proposals; memos on groups opposing reduction in impacted areas aid; statistical information on P. L. 874 Title I grants.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [January] 1966

Correspondence from Bertram Gross concerning social goals and indicators in selected fields for the President's State of the Union messages; memos concerning the amendments to the 1967 budget for the Division of Occupational Health; memo from a student on the importance of opium in the economy of North Vietnam; letter concerning the selective service status of the staff members of the National Student Association.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [October-December] 1967

Memo on the implementation of the aid to families of dependent children freeze; proposal for the State of the Union address of a "back-to-people" movement; draft deferments; proposed membership of the Advisory Committee on the Teachers Corps; memos concerning current issues involving education and Selective Service - exemptions; memo and letter concerning appointees to the National Endowment for the Humanities; memos concerning a Commission on Dyslexia and Related Disorders; U.S.I.A. Task Force to recommended list of representative American books which could be used in all U.S.I.A. posts; proposed statement by Gaither and Bohen for the HEW-Labor appropriations bill; Department of State's Educational and Cultural Exchange budget situation and programs; memo from Joel Fleishman, Director, Yale Summer High School concerning the national search for under-challenged talent among the economically disadvantaged; vitae for Jerrold Sandler; suggestions from Judge Anne Alpern for use by the President concerning foreign policy and appeal to voters; comments on the Task Force on Educational Television in less Developed Countries; group letter from professors at Wesleyan University concerning the Vietnam war; article from The New Republic, September 23, 1967, by Robert Schwartz, Thomas Pettigrew and Marshall Smith, "False Panaceas for Ghetto Education, A Reply to Joseph Alsop"; Books-for-Children project.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [July-September] 1967

Recommendations for staff assistant; memo on the Sandburg Memorial Service; Children's book project, particularly the funding; lists of suggested members of board of trustees for the Book Project; proposal of a high level task force to review the major recommendations of the Task Force on Education; memo concerning candidates for the Board of Foreign Scholarships; memos concerning the Volunteers to America program being considered by the Rusk Committee; memo to people involved in Presidential Commissions or Committees of the legal and practical difficulties in financing theme; memo concerning the relationship of the Office of Education to Washington, D.C. schools; letter from Ralph Loper, Teamwork Foundation concerning new education programs; memos concerning the smoking and health report and a copy of the law requiring the report; proposed new approach to the student insured loan program; memo on the report of the Task Force on Education; membership of the Task Force on Education; telegram from the State Bankers Association on student loans.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [May - June] 1967

Civil Service Bulletin on training and counseling of summer employees/interns; Books for Children program; evaluation by Harold Howe of Senator Yarborough's bilingual education bill (S. 428); memos on the Contingent Re-payment Loan problem; report of the Panel on Educational Research and Development, PSAC, on "A Contingent Repayment Loan program-The Educational Opportunity Bank; memo on the HUD Beautification Appropriation crisis; correspondence concerning the creation of a separate National Eye Institute within the National Institutes of Health; memo to the President concerning the American Film Institute announcements; the amended certificate of incorporation, the by-laws, and the manual for chapter of the March of Dimes or the National Foundation; letter concerning the CIA's covert support of certain international educational programs; Presidential Books for Children Project; memo on the Civil Rights appropriations and the ESEA bill; suggested list of Law School Deans for the Judiciary reception.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [February - April] 1967

Proposals for the book program; legislation proposed by the National Arts and Humanities Foundation; memo on the coordination of the federal international educational and cultural programs; memo from Daniel Fader, "The President's Books-for-Children Foundation for the First Meeting of the National Committee"; meeting to announce the new head of the Urban Affairs Institute; recommendations of candidates for the Task Force on Lung Cancer from Mathilde Krim; memo concerning new legislation, the Dangerous Drug Penalty Amendments of 1968, H.R. 15355; views of B. C. Welsh on the amendment to the Communications Act of 1934; drafts of speeches and articles by James Reston for Secretary Udall such as the Southwest Water Plan, the U.N. and the seas; suggestion of an intermediate governmental unit between the District of Columbia and the national government; draft of the remarks to the Young President's Organization; memo on the contingent repayment loan proposal.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence, [January] 1967

Transfer of Saint Elizabeth's Hospital to the Public Health Service; comment on the proposed excise tax for educational television; letters from John K. Pickens, General Counsel, American Nursing Home Association concerning requirements of Title XIX on standards; comments on the support of mental retardation university-affiliated development; memo on a White House staff meeting; more on the Student Loan Program; memos on Wilbur Mills and the Title XIX amendments and the exclusion of mothers from coverage; suggestions of dealing with the South politically; memo on hospital modernization funding; memo on the alternative operating plan for continuation of the White House Fellows program; tax credits for college tuition and fees; report of discussions of the Panel on Educational Research and Development on student loans.

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Miscellaneous [Correspondence, January] 1968

Statistics and a draft statement on death rate declines since 1963; brochure, "New Atromid-S, Brand of Clofibrate, Anti-lyperlipidemic agent for reduction of serum lipids", Ayerst Laboratories, 1966; suggestions for the State of the Union address; additional proposal for the Volunteer Service idea made by OEO; "Back-to-people'" movement.

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Education: "Current" Background Information [Primarily ESEA, 1965] (Folder 1 of 5)

Proposed amendment to H.R. 2362 by Senator Dominick; NEA Legislative Commission's estimated position on Senate Legislation; Congressional Record for 1948 concerned with federal aid to education and the Donnell amendment; copies of bill reports-ESEA, H.R. 2362; table of estimated Federal payment on children; Senate voting record.

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Education: "Current" Background Information [Primarily ESEA, 1965] (Folder 2 of 5)

Memo concerning the control of Supplementary Education Centers and Services; Fact sheets on the Higher Education Act of 1965; drafts of "backgrounder" information for the President on the education program; quotes on education from Jefferson, Taft and Kennedy; questions from the New York Herald Tribune on education for the President; comments on the HEW draft education message; proposals on Instructional Improvement Demonstration Schools and cost breakdowns; Senate report on amendments to National Defense Education Act and Impacted Areas Legislation.

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Education: "Current" Background Information [Primarily ESEA, 1965] (Folder 3 of 5)

Comments on proposed amendments to H.R. 2362 by Senator Jacob Javits; distribution of funds by states and territories; press releases of remarks to the National Conference on Educational Legislation; suggestions from Sargent Shriver for the education message; memo on student need and undergraduate grants-in-aid; report of subcommittee to review Department of State Educational and Cultural Division and AID foreign student programs; statement of the position of the diocesan superintendents of schools within the National Catholic Educational Association; drafts of the Education Message to Congress.

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Education: "Current" Background Material [Primarily ESEA, 1965] (Folder 4 of 5)

Suggestions concerning physical education for the ESEA; memo concerning enforcement of the principle of separation of church and state in ESEA; material used during the House floor debate on the ESEA; memo on credit for state tax technique in the Republican school aid bill; NEA legislative commission canvass of Congress on the ESEA; response to the Chamber of Commerce's commentary on Elementary and Secondary Education Legislation; rebuttal to the minority views on H.R. 2362; distribution of funds.

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Education: "Current" Background Material [Primarily ESEA, 1965] (Folder 5 of 5)

Quie amendment; formula proposed by Congressman Dent of Pennsylvania; staff memorandum on the analysis of section 204 of the Administration's Elementary/Secondary Bill - Special Incentive Grants; memo on judicial review on the education bill; listing of major Presidential proposals before the 89th Congress.

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Education: Miscellaneous Background Working Papers (Folder 1 of 4)

Draft of leadership letter on ESEA; memo concerning low priority items in the education program; memo on new interest in dual-enrollment and released time; draft concerning the preschool program; booklet produced by the Research Council of the Great Cities Program for School Improvement, "The Challenge of Financing Public Schools in Great Cities"; memo concerning the reaction to Secretary Wirtz's memo on the State of the Union and legislative program; suggested memo to establish a task-force on university-community cooperation; article from the Harvard Educational Review, by George R. La Nove, "Religious Schools and 'Secular' Subjects"; proposal to amend the Higher Education bill; supplementary educational centers.

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Education: Miscellaneous Background Working Papers (Folder 2 of 4)

U. S. Office of Education Daily Press Digest, December 22, 1964 - January 6, 1965; draft memo on urban extension.

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Education: Miscellaneous Background Working Papers (Folder 3 of 4)

Memo on Secretary Wirtz's full employment opportunities proposal; drafts of the Education Message; memo to Cater from Colin MacLeod on education ideas; additional statistics on Education; draft of "Issues Arising in Education and Training Programs", analyses and recommendations to be considered by Cabinet committee.

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Education: Miscellaneous Background Working Papers (Folder 4 of 4)

Notes on proposals on the school-university teacher education project; statement on fiscal policies to meet the needs of the great city school systems in America; editorials from the Atlanta Constitution; drafts of the Education Message; telegrams concerning the guaranteed student loans; statement of Representative William Ayres on H.R. 2362.

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Office of Education: Appointments Recommendations and status of appointments.

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Advisory Committees on Education

Organization Chart for the Office of Education

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Bureau of the Budget [Recommendations for HEW Legislation, 1967-68]

Memo on conference committee action on the Office of Education appropriations; memo on the expenditure control act; impacted school aid; amendment to the Woodrow Wilson Center bill; suggestions of members for the National Advisory Committee on Student Financial Aid; H.R. 6418 - Partnership for Health; Health Manpower Commission; use of animals in research.

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(Dr. Donald] Hornig Memo to [Douglass] Cater Concerning Education, 9/21/66

Suggestions and comments.

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Drafts and Reports [on Education Matters]

Article by Lenox R. Lohr, President of Museum of Science and Industry on Mass Education; Proposal of establishment of an educational skills center by Dr. Albert Bowker; memo from the American Friends Service Committee and NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund on the Report on the Implementation of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in regard to School Desegregation, 1966-67; Conference Summary Report: Education for International Understanding, Airlie Foundation, Wemyss Foundation.

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Booklet: "Stepping Up with PACE," [Projects to Advance Creativity in Education, HEW]

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Booklet: "Digest of Educational Statistics," [1965 Edition, Kenneth Simon and W. Vance Grant, HEW]

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Booklet: "Projections of Educational Statistics To 1974-75," [1965 Edition, HEW]

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HEW [Press] Releases, 8/68

Includes a speech by Wilbur J. Cohen, "Social Indicators: Statistics for Public Policy" at the American Statistical Association.

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Booklet: "Health, Education and Welfare: Accomplishments, 1963-1968, Problems and Challenges, and a Look to the Future", [HEW, October 3, 1968]

Two copies.

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Booklet: "The First Work of These Times, [A Report to the People on Education," Office of Education, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare.

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Leaflets: "Report From the Capital," [February - March, 1965] Baptist Joint Committee on Public-Affairs

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Booklet: "Education is Good Business", published by the American Association of School Administrators, the Association of School Business Officials of the United States and Canada, and National School Boards Association, 1966.

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Booklet: "Education in a Changing Society", Project on the Instructional Program of the Public Schools, National Education Association, 1963 Includes a summary of the Report of the NEA Project on Instruction, Schools for the Sixties, NEA.

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Unedited Speeches of Dr. Arthur Pearl, Department of Education, University of Oregon, Distributed by the Human Rights Commission of San Francisco, "Educational Change: Why, How, For Whom"

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Reprint: "Teaching About Communism" by Richard I. Miller, Saturday Review, March 23, 1963

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Booklet: Report from the meeting of the Council on Trends and Perspective, Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America, April 8, 1968.

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Booklet: "Prospective Changes in Society by 1980", Including Some Implications for Education, Reports prepared for the First Area Conference, Designing Education for the Future, An Eight-State Project, Denver, Colorado, July, 1966.

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Department of Health, Education and Welfare Legislation since 1933 (2 folders)

Material previously contained on a black binder-, information was compiled in HEW by John T. Grupenhoff, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Legislative Services.

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Booklet: Milestones in Education, What the 88th Congress Did for American Schools and Colleges, January, 1963 - October, 1964, HEW

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Correspondence: Education (Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965)

Copies of the ESEA bill; telegram concerning the ESEA hearings; magazine, Ohio Schools, May, 1965, with an article, "LBJ, A Teacher in the White House"; two magazines, School Life, December, 1964, and Higher Education. April, 1964; letters supporting the bill; a copy of the address by Francis Keppel, "Poverty-the Only War We Seek"; presented to a Jewish group critical of the ESEA bill; memo concerning the formula proposed by Congressman Dent of Pennsylvania; reply to questions from Sen. Javits about ESEA; remarks made by Henry Loomis on occasion of his departure from Voice of America, USIA; suggestions from Arthur Strelsin of Instructional Improvement Demonstration Schools; letter from Dr. Irwin M. Blank, Social Action Commission, Synagogue Council of America, concerning Title I of ESEA; suggestion of a Citizens Committee for the Education Program.

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Booklet: Profile of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (PL 89-10) Office of Education, 1966

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Notebook of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act

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[Material on the] Education Bill [and Message] as Delivered, 1965

Copies of the education bill; memos concerning the reaction of President Johnson's Message on Education; materials concerning the Ribicoff proposals for tax credit for college tuition; drafts of the Education message.

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Statement by Francis Keppel, Commissioner of Education, before the House of Representatives General Subcommittee on Education, January 22, 1965

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Report to accompany H.R. 11322, Elementary and Preschool Child Development Act, March 3, 1966

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[Bill, H.R. 2362, Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965]

Handwritten notations on the front page.

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House Worksheet [for H.R. 2362, March 25, 1965]

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P. L. 89-10, 89th Congress, H.R. 2362, April 11, 1965

Eleven copies of the public law.

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Copies of H.R. 2361, H.R. 2362 and S. 370 concerning the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965

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Report to accompany H.R. 2362, Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965

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Releases on [Education] Legislative Programs

Amendments to Vocational Education Act of 1963; proposals for the Higher Education Development Act; material concerning the Educational Manpower Development Act of 1967; incentives to schools to eliminate segregation; material on tuition and fees subsidy and expense grant program for entering college freshmen; Equal Educational Opportunities Act; discussion paper on tuition-free junior college.

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Notebook: Estimated Budgetary Costs of Education Bills in the First Year (1966)

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Hearings Before the House Committee on Education and Labor (General Subcommittee on Education) H.R. 2361 and H.R. 2362, Aid to Elementary and Secondary Education, January 22,23,25,26,27, 1965

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Hearings Before the House Committee on Education and Labor (General Subcommittee on Education) H.R. 2361 and H.R. 2362, Aid to Elementary and Secondary Education, January 28, 29, 30, 1965.

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Hearings Before the House Committee on Education and Labor (General Subcommittee on Education) H.R. 2361 and H.R. 2362, Aid to Elementary and Secondary Education, February 1, 1964

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Stenographic Transcript of Hearings before the House Committee on Education and Labor (General Subcommittee on Education) H.R. 2362, February 2, 1965.

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Report of Proceedings, Hearing held before Senate Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, S. 370, To Improve the Quality of Elementary and Secondary Schools in the United States: Vol. 1, January 26, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearing held before Senate Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, S. 370, To Improve the Quality of Elementary and Secondary Schools in the United States: Vol. 2, January 29, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearing held before Senate Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, S. 370, To Improve the Quality of Elementary and Secondary Schools in the United States: Vol. 3, February 1, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearing held before Senate Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, S. 370, To Improve the Quality of Elementary and Secondary Schools in the United States: Vol. 4, February 2, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearing held before Senate Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, S. 370, To Improve the Quality of Elementary and Secondary Schools in the United States: Vol. 5, February 4, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearing held before Senate Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, S. 370, To Improve the Quality of Elementary and Secondary Schools in the United States: Vol. 6, February 8, 1965:

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Report of Proceedings, Hearing held before Senate Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, S. 370, To Improve the Quality of Elementary and Secondary Schools in the United States: Vol. 7, February 11, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearing held before Senate Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, S. 370, To Improve the Quality of Elementary and Secondary Schools in the United States [Duplicates of]: Vol. 2, January 29, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearing held before Senate Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, S. 370, To Improve the Quality of Elementary and Secondary Schools in the United States [Duplicates of]: Vol. 3, February 1, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearing held before Senate Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, S. 370, To Improve the Quality of Elementary and Secondary Schools in the United States [Duplicates of]: Vol. 4, February 2, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearing held before Senate Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, S. 370, To Improve the Quality of Elementary and Secondary Schools in the United States [Duplicates of]: Vol. 2, January 29, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearing held before Senate Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, S. 370, To Improve the Quality of Elementary and Secondary Schools in the United States [Duplicates of]: Vol. 2, January 29, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearing held before Senate Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, S. 370, To Improve the Quality of Elementary and Secondary Schools in the United States [Duplicates of]: Vol. 5, February 4, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearing held before Senate Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, S. 370, To Improve the Quality of Elementary and Secondary Schools in the United States [Duplicates of]: Vol. 6, February 8, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearing held before Senate Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, S. 370, To Improve the Quality of Elementary and Secondary Schools in the United States [Duplicates of]: Vol. 7, February 11, 1965

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Congressional Record, Proceedings and Debates of the 89th Congress, First Session, March 24-26, 1965 to April 9, 12-13, 1965

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Correspondence: Higher Education Bill (1)

Appointments to the National Advisory Committee on Continuing Education; actions of the Subcommittee on Education, July 20, 1965; amendments to the Higher Education Act; memos on the United Student Aid Funds, Inc.; Bureau of Budget views on Mr. Rosenblatt's amendment; material concerning the Teacher Corps; copies of the bill S. 600.

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Correspondence: Higher Education Bill (2)

Conference report on the bill; letter to Wayne Morse on the differences between the Senate and House versions of H.R. 9567, the Higher Education Act of 1965; funding outline on S. 600; Waggonner-Dirksen Amendment to H.R. 9567; legislative outline concerning school health; pamphlet titled "How Free Enterprise Is Solving the Problem of the Needy College Student"; statements presented to the Senate Subcommittee on Education.

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Correspondence: Public Higher Education [in the District of Columbia] (Folder 1 of 2)

Correspondence with Charles Horsky, Advisor for National Capital Affairs concerning testimony on publicly supported higher education in the District of Columbia; bill on public higher education in the district.

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Correspondence: Public Higher Education [in the District of Columbia] (Folder 2 of 2)

Booklet titled, A Report on the Model School Division and Its Advisory Committee, by Judge David L. Bazelon and Gaile Jr. Saliterman; A Report to the President, June, 1964, Public Higher Education in the District of Columbia; "Tri-school proposal" for three elementary schools in Southwest Washington; material concerning the District of Columbia Education Association, bill S. 293.

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Charts: Higher Education Act of 1965

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Department of Health, Education and Welfare Fact Sheets on the Higher Education Act, [January 19, 1965]

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Copy of Hearings before the Senate Subcommittee on Education, 89th Congress, First Session, on S. 600, the Higher Education Act, Part II, March 16, 22, 30, May 18-20, June 1-3, 7-8, 11, 1965

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Copy of P. L. 89-329, 89th Congress, H.R. 9567, November 8, 1965, Higher Education Act

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Copies of the Higher Education Bills: [S. 600, H.R. 3220, and H.R. 3221]

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Report of Proceedings, Hearings held before Senate Subcommittee on Education, on S. 600, Higher Education Act of 1965: Vol. 1, March 16, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearings held before Senate Subcommittee on Education, on S. 600, Higher Education Act of 1965: Vol. 2, March 22, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearings held before Senate Subcommittee on Education, on S. 600, Higher Education Act of 1965: Vol. 3, March 30, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearings held before Senate Subcommittee on Education, on S. 600, Higher Education Act of 1965: Vol. 4, May 18, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearings held before Senate Subcommittee on Education, on S. 600, Higher Education Act of 1965: Vol. 5, May 19, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearings held before Senate Subcommittee on Education, on S. 600, Higher Education Act of 1965: Vol. 6, May 20, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearings held before Senate Subcommittee on Education, on S. 600, Higher Education Act of 1965: Vol. 7, June 1, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearings held before Senate Subcommittee on Education, on S. 600, Higher Education Act of 1965: Vol. 8, June 2, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearings held before Senate Subcommittee on Education, on S. 600, Higher Education Act of 1965: Vol. 9, June 3, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearings held before Senate Subcommittee on Education, on S. 600, Higher Education Act of 1965: Vol. 10, June 7, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearings held before Senate Subcommittee on Education, on S. 600, Higher Education Act of 1965: Vol. 11, June 8, 1965

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Report of Proceedings, Hearings held before Senate Subcommittee on Education, on S. 600, Higher Education Act of 1965: Vol. 12, June 11, 1965

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Copy of Hearings before the Senate Subcommittee on Education, 88th Congress, Second Session, on S. 2490, College Student Aid Legislation, Part 2, March 11, 18, 25; April 9 and 15, 1964

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Copy of the Hearings Before the House General Subcommittee on Education, 89th Congress, First Session, on H.R. 11322, Child Development Specialists, October 19-20, 1965.

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[Report], "International Education: Past, Present, Problems and Prospects," [Selected Readings to Supplement H.R. 14643, Prepared by the Task Force on International Education, John Brademus, Chairman, for the House Committee on Education and Labor, October, 1966]

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[Copy of the] International Education Act of 1966 [November 8, 1966, 89th Congress, Second Session, produced by the Information Service of Education and World Affairs, New York]

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[Copy of the Bill, H.R. 6736,] International Education [Act of 1966, 90th Congress, First Session, March 7, 1967]

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Material on Task Force on Education (Folder 1 of 13)

Preparation for setting up the task force including letters to members; includes materials on the Task Force on Education Legislation for 1967; agendas of meetings; explanation of the Equal Educational Opportunity Act of 1967; Higher Education Development Act; Education Manpower Development Act; meeting of the Task Force on Education, report due October 31, 1966.

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Material on Task Force on Education (Folder 2 of 13)

Meetings of the Task Force on Education, January 13-14, 1967; task force meeting background papers: "The Public Service Responsibilities of Universities," "Federal Aid for Operational and Instructional Costs," "Compact for Education" and "The State of Curriculum Development;" booklet, Equality of Educational opportunity, 1966.

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Material on Task Force on Education (Folder 3 of 13)

Meeting of the Task Force on Education members; Reports: "comments on Federal Support for Educational Self Renewal", "Innovation in Higher Education," "Educational Research Manpower - Projected Needs", "Educational Planning" by Terry Sanford, "Federal Tax Sharing", "Education in Appalachia: Problems and Issues" and "College Curricular Needs."

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Material on Task Force on Education (Folder 4 of 13)

Memos on the Task Force meetings, February - March, 1967; memo on programs and research in the facilitation of development in young children; working paper on "Graduate Education in Science"

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Material on Task Force on Education (Folder 5 of 13)

Papers for consideration: "The Role of the National Council on the Arts in Education," "The Educational Laboratories',' "The Federal Effort for Improving Education for the Lower Third," "Immediate Steps and Future Goals to Meet American Manpower Needs," problems of negro college graduates; report on The First Year of Title I; report from the Department of Labor: "Some Thoughts on Education for the Poor"; supplement to "Financing Higher Education"; a paper "The Expanding Humanities and the Individual Scholar."

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Material on Task Force on Education (Folder 6 of 13)

Memo on the Government's current programs of student aid for higher education; report on "The Impact of Federal funds on Quality in Graduate Education and Research"; "Graduate Education in the Humanities"; meetings of the Task Force; "Education of the Deprived" by Daniel P. Moynihan; "Implementation of Reform" National Science Foundation; "The Education Park Concept in Pittsburgh"; some suggested programs for the Improvement of Education in the United States; memo on the schools and the community memo on coordinating Federal urban development education prepared by HUD; paper "Some Benefit - Cost Considerations of Universal Junior College Education"; pamphlet, "The Federal Investment in Higher Education," American Council on Education; memo on federal grants to institutions for general instructional purposes.

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Material on Task Force on Education (Folder 7 of 13)

Draft of Part II of the Task Force Report dealing with higher education; paper "Professional Education of Scientists, Engineers, Physicians, and Teachers'; report "Federal Financing for Elementary and Secondary Education"; reprint, "A Better Partnership for the Federal Government and Higher Education"; article "The Federal Government and Higher Education"; extract from Racial Issue in Urban America; draft of Part I of the Task Force Report dealing with elementary and secondary education and equality of opportunity; report "Curriculum Development and the National Endowment for the Arts; report, "Educational Opportunity Bank"; report of the National Advisory Council on the Education of Disadvantaged Children "Summer Education for Children of Poverty"; a proposal, "A Plan for Eliminating Tuition"; reprint, "Technology Is Knocking at the Schoolhouse Door."

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Material on Task Force on Education (Folder 8 of 13)

Draft of a revised Part II (Higher Education) of the Task Force report; memo on economic growth in higher education, 1955-1965; draft of revised Part I of the Task Force report; draft of Part III of the Task Force report.

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Material on Task Force on Education (Folder 9 of 13)

Memos on cooperative educational programs among several colleges and universities; memo to members of Congress on the Higher Education Act of 1965, Title III, Strengthening Developing Institutions; action in Congress on major HEW legislation for week, June 30, 1967

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Material on Task Force on Education (Folder 10 of 13)

Publication by Tufts University from the Seminar to Initiate New Experiments in Undergraduate Instruction, August 30 - September 11, 1965; Second Annual Report of the Advisory Council on State Departments of Education," "Reinforcing the Role of States in Education"; March, 1967.

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Material on Task Force on Education (Folder 11 of 13)

Summary, "The Economics of the Major Private Universities: An Analysis of Basic Trends and an Examination of the Role of the Federal Government"; article by Meyer Feldman, "Making Education Relevant" and "Public Education - Role for Manpower Development", paper by William G. Bowen, Princeton University, "The Economics of the Major Private Universities"; April, 1967; memo on "Developing Social Science in the National Interest."

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Material on Task Force on Education (Folder 12 of 13)

Draft of the Task Force on Education, January 14, 1967.

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[Material on] Task Force on Education (Folder 13 of 13)

Meeting of the Task Force on Education, November 30, 1967.

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1967 Task Force on Education [Report]

Task Force report from the Introduction to Section (4h); Material was in a loose leaf binder before removing it and putting it in folders.

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[Material on the] 1967 Task Force on Education

Agenda for a meeting on December 20, 1967, and proposals to consider; memo from Harold Howe concerning proposals for Higher Education; proposal to create a federally chartered educational opportunity bank for medical students; memos of proposals to be considered at the December 9, 1967, Task Force on Education meeting; Interim Report of the Task Force on Urban Educational Opportunities, December 1, 1967, used as backup material for the Task Force on Education.

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Meeting of the Task Force on Education, September 24, 1968

Preliminary proposals for consideration by the White House Task Force on Education, September 24, 1968.

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[Material on the] Task Force on [Early Child Development, 1966] (Folder 1 of 2)

Letters from staff members giving recommendations; drafts statement on the committee on political economy and family life; proposal of programs for children in neighborhood centers; draft of plans for relating services to be organized for existing agencies, institutions and laws; draft of the report of the task force; report of the subcommittee, "Research in Early Child Development"; comment on a program to promote adequate growth and development of vulnerable children; address by Ewald B. Nyquist, "Integration: Why We Can't Wait", at a Conference on Parent Education, March 31, 1966; publication, "Studies of Public School Support, 1965 series", from the State Education Department, University of the State of New York.

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[Material on the Task Force on Early] Child Development, 1966 (Folder 2 of 2)

Memos concerning the report of the Task Force on Early Child Development.

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[Material on the] Task Force on [Networks for Knowledge, Dr. Donald Hornig, Chairman, March, 1968]

Summary report of the first meeting of the Task Force, March 6, 1968; miscellaneous materials for the Task Force to consider from Andrew Cunis, Executive Secretary, COSATI, includes items on public television, educational television and the crime information system.

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[Material on] Task Force on Educational Television in Less-Developed Countries

Memos for Leonard Marks, Chairman, concerning the report of the Task Force; memos on the meetings; clippings on educational television; report on "Peace Corps Educational Television Programs"; December, 1966.

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[Report of the] Task Force on International Education, November, 1965

Report with covering letter.

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[Material on the] Task Force on International Education (Folder 1 of 2)

Suggestions and recommendations to the Chairman, Dean Rusk, and other members of the task force; rough inventory of the existing international activities of U.S. colleges and universities; paper, "Student Exchanges Sponsored by Private, Non-Academic Organizations" written by Melvin Fox and Robert Edwards.

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[Material on the] Task Force on International Education (Folder 2 of 2)

Additional suggestions and proposals for the Task Force members to consider; speech by Albert Sims, President of the College Entrance Examination Board, October 27, 1965, Report on International Education"; proposal for a Pan-African Scholarship program; a note on U.S. strategy for developing literacy abroad.

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Higher Education Memoranda

Memos concerning the International Scholarship Corporation's proposal for an overseas scholarship program financed with foreign currencies generated by the Food for Peace Act of 1966, P. L. 89-808; National Policy Statement on International Book and Library Activities; Memo concerning urban higher education and extension; urban-grant colleges.

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Wilbur Cohen Memo Concerning the Higher Education Strategy Study, April 29, 1968

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Department of Health, Education and Welfare Obligations to Institutions of Higher [Education,] Fiscal Year 1967, Reference Tables, July, 1968

In addition there is a Statistical Report, Fiscal Year 1967, Title I/Year II, Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965.

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[General] Hershey and the "Draft" Controversy

Annual Report of the Director of Selective Service, 1967; memos concerning the statement by General Hershey recommending local draft boards reconsider reclassification and the delinquency of registrants for failure to obey the selective service law; correspondence with Dr. Perkins, Perkins, President of Cornell University, and other university presidents; college deferments for those involved in protest demonstrations.

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Booklet: "The Efficiency of Freedom," Report of the Committee on Government and Higher Education, Baltimore, 1959.

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Pamphlet: "Recommendations for National Action Affecting Higher Education," A Joint Statement of the Association of State Colleges and Universities and National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, January, 1967.

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Reprint from the Winter 1966 issue of The Educational Record, "The Compact for Education, Views from Higher Education", published by the American Council on Education, Washington, D. C.

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Magazine: College Management, November, 1966

Special Report: "A Guide to Federal Aid for Higher Education"; additional reports on "How Television Triggered Better Teaching", "How-and Why-The Harvard Business School Adopted Cost Accounting" and "Opinion - Better Teachers Merit Better Pay."

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Pamphlet: "Recommendations on Desirable National Action Affecting Higher Education" by the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, January, 1965

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Booklet: "Design for an Academic Matching Service, George E. Arnstein," The Association for Higher Education, National Education Association, Washington, D. C. 1967.

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Booklet: "A Guide to Higher Education Consortiums: 1965-66," by Raymond S. Moore, Bureau of Higher Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare

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Booklet: "University-Sponsored Executive Development Programs in the Public Service," Ward Stewart and John C. Honey, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1966

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Booklet: "National Norms for Entering College Freshmen - Fall 1966, Alexander W. Astin, Robert J. Pands, and John A. Creager, Office of Research, American Council on Education

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Booklet: "The Catholic University of America, 1966-1967" Announcements, Graduate Studies, Washington, D. C., Vol. LII, March 15, 1966, No. 4

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Booklet: "Harvard University, The President's Report, 1965-66," Nathan M. Pusey, President

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Howard University Memos

Memos concerning the Howard University Centennial Commission and its recommendations; paper by Preston Valien, "Reflections on the Role of Howard University as a National Institution"; memos concerning the selection of the new president for Howard University; and a draft of the report; "Howard in the Second Century: Answer to a National Need."

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The University of Colorado

Paper by Joseph M. Russia, "The Battle of Berkeley: Crisis in the Multiversity" sent from Howard Higman, University of Colorado; memos concerning the Conference on World Affairs, April 11-16, 1965; an evaluation report on the University of Colorado Employment Security Institute on the Management and Operation of Youth Opportunity Programs, October 5-23, 1964, by Howard Higman, Robert Hunter and W. T. Adams.

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[Article by Sargent Shriver on the Contribution of the New Radicals in the Sixties to Democracy]

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Student Loan Programs (1)

Booklet, United Student Aid Funds, Inc. , "The College Reserve Program, A New Way to Help Your Deserving Students"; memo concerning government guaranteed student loans and the Killingsworth proposal on "How to Pay for Higher Education"; memos on the undergraduate students grants-in-aid (SAGE) program; public opinion poll on questions about Federal aid to education; estimated appropriations by agency, FY 1965 of federal funds for education; large memos on subsidized, guaranteed student loans; draft of the Killingsworth proposal, "How to Pay for Higher Education."

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Student Loan Programs (2)

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Letter to Senator Morse concerning the present and potential ability of non-Federal guarantee programs for non-profit higher education loans; good material prepared by Paul Doty, President's Science Advisory Committee on Education and Equal Opportunity, on utilization of part-time teachers and a program of summer science schools; handwritten notes by Douglass Cater; memo on points about education for inclusion in the State of the Union Message; cost analysis: legislative program for education.

 

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Student Loan Programs, 1967-1968

Memo on a meeting with Edith Green on guaranteed student loans and other financial aid; memo on the background of United Student Aid Funds, Inc.; proposal by E. Stanley Erlund as alternative to the Barr Committee's recommended placement and conversion fees that lenders be paid; memo concerning Joseph McMurray's proposal that student loans be treated like FRA or VA insured guaranteed loans; status of states regarding federal insured student loan program; long letter from Richard Sullivan, President, Association of American Colleges; student loan program in District of Columbia; the Higher Education Loan Program (HELP).

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Tax Credit for College Tuition, 1965

Case of material describing organizations supporting and opposing the "Ribicoff tax credit' idea; memo concerning Senator Hartke's Student Aid Proposal (S. 2303); Senate head-count on tax credit question; memo comparing three principal bills proposing a tax credit for college tuition.

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[Correspondence Concerning] Guaranteed Student Loan Program, [July, 1968]

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Manual for Financial Aid Officers, Published by the College Scholarship Service of the College Entrance Examination Board

Removed from a three-ring binder.

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Pamphlet: The National Defense Student Loan Program, [Including Participating Institutions, 1964-65, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Office of Education, 1964]

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Booklet: Special Issue Prepared for The Vice President's Conference for Mayors, "Grants-in-Aid and other Financial Assistance Programs," administered by the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1964-65 Edition.

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Pamphlet: "Tax Credits for Educational Expenses or How to Spend $1-1/4 Billion Annually in Tax Money to Help Those Who Need it Least", published by the Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges

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Booklet: "The Educational Opportunity Bank [: An Economic Analysis of a Contingent Repayment Loan Program for Higher Education]"

Working paper from the Department of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, by Professor Karl Shell, with support from the Sloan Foundation, Number 11, November 29, 1967; there is a memo of explanation from Dr. Donald Hornig accompanying the booklet.

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International Education, 1965 (Folder 1 of 2)

Memo concerning recommendations made by various panels at the White House ICY Conference; interesting letter from Charles Young, Vice Chancellor, University of California on universities and international education; paper by H. B. Wade, "Program to Implement Five Basic Objectives of President Johnson's Smithsonian Speech - Multi-lateral Aspects"; paper from Rene Maheu on the contribution of UNESCO to the points made by President Johnson at the Smithsonian; comments and proposals from Dorothy Goldberg to the Task Force on a Program for International Education; letters to Dr. William Marvel with ideas for the Task Force on International Education; Executive Order on developing U.S. programs in international education; agendas for the Task Force on International Education; Executive Order on developing U.S. programs in international education; agendas for the Task Force on International Education; digest of the numerous suggestions on the International Education Project; letters concerning the use of educational television in the less developed countries; S. 2037 on International Education; Report on the Business Council for International Understanding, 1964.

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International Education, 1965 (Folder 2 of 2)

Suggestions to be considered by the President's Task Force on International Education; Draft of the Task Force on International Education report.

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[Materials Concerning] International Education, [1965-1966]

Memoranda concerning the Sixth National Conference on International Education; tentative cost estimates for Program in International Education; memo on a meeting with Congressman Brademus on the International Education bill; memo on the International Education program; handwritten notes by Cater on the efforts to cooperate on a world- wide education endeavor.

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[International and Domestic Education]

Report of the Interagency Task Force on the Treatment of American Civilization in Schools and Textbooks Abroad; memo on hearings on Education Officers in Chairman's Rooney's subcommittee; Report on a New Instrumentality for Government Financing of Private International Activities in Education and Related Areas; memo on idea of education as a major issue for Presidential election; letter concerning elementary and secondary school problem in Brussels and U.S.-Belgium relations; comments on the U.N. International school; case on the implementation of the President's Smithsonian Address, Summary of Proposals by Field Posts.

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International Education, 1966 (Folder 1 of 2)

Bill report on H.R. 14643, the International Education Act of 1966 (2 copies); 1966 Legislative program for International Education; suggestions for the President in international education; memo on AID Educational Programs; memo on agricultural education in Latin America; agenda of a meeting of the Task Force on International Education; AID participant training: human resources development; articles on international education printed in Saturday Review; suggestion from Erich Leinsdorf of paying students for school attendance.

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International Education, 1966 (Folder 2 of 2)

Suggestions of ways U. S. business can be helpful to International Education; Fact Sheet on the International Education Exchange Program, 1946-1966; draft of an executive order: Federal Council on International Educational and Cultural Affairs: proposals to be discussed in meeting with Secretary Gardner; memo on the New Peace offensive: A Johnson Program in International Education"; suggestions for special Presidential support of international education; peace corps programs and international education.

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Notebook Concerning International Education and Health, 1966

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Advisory Council on International Education, 1967

Suggestions for council members.

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[International Education, 1967]

Remarks by Paul A. Miller, delivered before the American Council on Education Seminar, March 24, 1967; correspondence relating to the support of appropriations of the International Education Act from the Association of State Colleges and Universities; report from the Department of State on AID Education Programs; status report on IEA-CEA.

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International Education and Cultural Activities Meeting, June 25, 1968

Arrangements for the meeting; memo on the School-to-School Partnership Program; discussion topic, "Review and Consultation: The American Effort in International Educational and Cultural Activities"; interesting letter from Joseph Smiley, U.S. Advisory Commission on International Educational and Cultural Affairs, concerning appropriation for Department of State international education programs.

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Correspondence Booklet: International Education and Cultural Initiatives, 1968

Press release on establishment of an Institute of International Studies in the U.S. Office of Education; paper on AID educational activities; booklet, "Proposals for a Cultural Initiative" prepared by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, March 20, 1968; publication, International Educational and Cultural Exchange Winter, 1968; reprint from Phi Delta Kappan, December, 1965, "The Potential of the International Education Act" by Paul A. Miller.

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[NSAM 342 and International Education]

Minutes of the Fourth Meeting of the White House Task Force on Educational Television in Developing Countries, May 9, 1967; memo on foreign educational uses of communications satellites; booklet: "Educational Television Demonstration and Interference Measurement Program Using Advanced Communications Satellite Technology"; press release on the launch of French satellite; 50% of material classified.

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[COMSAT, INTELSET, and International Communications]

Annual Report on Activities and Accomplishments under the Communications Satellite Act of 1962, January 1-December 31, 1966; memo concerning the International College at Beirut; annual Report on Activities and Accomplishments under the Communications Satellite Act of 1962, January 1 - December 31, 1965.

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[International Education and Communications Satellites]

Entire folder is classified.

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[Working Group on Educational Communications Satellites (Folder 1 of 2)]

Speech by Hartford N. Gunn, Jr. "Space Satellites and Education" to the Conference on Communications Satellites and the U.S. National Interest, Tufts University, March 11, 1966; memos concerning actions taking place between the Interim Committee of INTELSET, the Federal Communications Commission and the Communications Satellite Corporation for the President; memo on educational television in Colombia; Much of material is classified.

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[Working Group on Educational Communications Satellites (Folder 2 of 2)]

Memos concerning the Marks committee; Report "Communications Satellite System for Educational and Informational Needs of Developing Nations" prepared by the Office of the Director of Telecommunications Management, December 2, 1965; paper "Communications Satellites: International Cooperation and Regulation" presented by Rosel Hyde to the 14th Conference, Inter-American Bar Association, May, 1965. 50% of this folder was classified.

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[Communications Satellites] (Folder 1 of 2)

Draft of a report with recommendations to Senate and House Commerce Committees submitted by the Intra-Governmental Committee on International Telecommunications, April 29, 1966; letter from Lee White to Jack Valenti discussing government control of communications satellites versus private enterprise (AT&T); Telecommunications Reports summary on arguments on the "authorized user" issue now pending before FCC; proposal on the use of communications satellites for educational TV purposes in Latin America; letter concerning NASA's M-1 engine, 260" solid rocket and SNAP-8 projects; letter concerning the possibilities that direct TV broadcasting might have for USIA uses; Direct Transmission of Radio and Television Programs into Home Receivers; memos setting up the informal working group to study communications satellites and connecting earth stations capable of serving informational and educational purposes in developing nations.

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[Communications Satellites (Folder 2 of 2)]

Comments of the Ford Foundation in Response to the Commission's Notice of Inquiry of March 2, 1966, on the Establishment of domestic non-common carrier communications satellite facilities by non-governmental entities; legal brief and comments of the Ford Foundation on the above topic, Report "The Needs of Education for Utilization of Space Transmission Techniques: A Report on the Space Satellite Communication Program as It Affects Education", by the National Association of Educational Broadcasters, May, 1962.

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[COMSAT]

Correspondence from the Communications Satellite Corporation concerning its activities; memo on the progress report of President's Task Force on Communications Policy.

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[Communications Satellite Service for Less Developed Countries (Folder 1 of 3)]

Booklet, Communications Satellites and Underdeveloped Countries, by Leland Johnson, prepared for NASA; article from Business Week, "Putting Space to Work to Educate the World", December 25, 1965; 2 NASA draft staff papers - Broadcast Satellites for Mark's Task Force and Ground Terminal Equipment, Staffing, and Training Requirements for Communications Satellite Terminals; Report prepared by ComSat Corporation, December, 1965.

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[Communications Satellite Service for Less Developed Countries (Folder 2 of 3)]

Appendix L, Ground Terminal Equipment, Staffing and Training requirements for Communications Satellite Terminals, NASA, December, 1965; Appendix K, Television Receive Only Earth Stations; Appendix J, Note on the Economic Viability of Earth Stations with Smaller Aperture Antennas; Appendix I, Educational Potential of Satellite and Summary Status of Television in Africa and Latin America; Appendix H, Evaluation of Terrestrial Telecommunications and Broadcasting Capabilities in: Nigeria, Ethiopia, Korea, Thailand, Colombia, and Chile.

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[Communications Satellite Service for Less Developed Countries (Folder 3 of 3)]

Appendix G, Television Transmission Demand; Appendix F, General Financial Assessment Study on Selected Developing Nations; Appendix E, COMSAT Earth Stations, Planning for Communications via INTELSAT.

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Hughes Aircraft (1) [Educational Television Satellites]

Proposal, "A Program of International Cooperation, Education and Research"; correspondence with Leonard Marks on distribution of educational television in Mexico; correspondence with Senator Fulbright concerning international education and communications satellites; Hughes Aircraft publications: Proposal for Educational Television Satellite (HSP307-108).

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Hughes Aircraft (2 folders) [Educational Television Satellites]

Memos concerning the McGovern bill S. 1212 regarding the Agency for International Development and a program for American Universities to deal with the problems of development in less developed areas; memos on the Educational Satellite System; memo on "A Program of International Cooperation, Education and Research"; paper on "Educational Television Satellite Distribution System, Management and Organization; Booklet, "Proposal for Educational Television Satellite "published by the Hughes Aircraft Co.

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Booklet: COMSAT, Reply Statement, Proceedings on the Establishment of Domestic Communications Satellite Facilities by Non-Government Entities before the FCC, March 31, 1967

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Office of Science and Technology Studies, (1 of 4)

Memos concerning the Task Force on Networks for Knowledge; background materials for the Task Force; Report of the Committee on Communications for the White House Conference on International Cooperation, November 28 - December 1, 1965; government research report, "Scientific and Technological Communication in the Government".

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Office of Science and Technology Studies (Folder 2 of 4)

Pamphlet, "Science, Government and Information", from the President's Science Advisory Committee, January 10, 1963; study report by the Ad Hock Task Group on Legal Aspects Involved in National Information Systems, "The Copyright Law As it Relates to National Information Systems and National Programs", July, 1967; article on satellites; H.R. 15067, bill on higher education; more material concerning "Networks for Knowledge" and educational television.

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Office of Science and Technology Studies (Folder 3 of 4)

Publications, "Recommendations for National Document Handling Systems in Science and Technology", committee on Scientific and Technical Information, November, 1965, Volume I.

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Office of Science and Technology Studies (Folder 4 of 4)

Publication, "Recommendations for National Document Handling Systems in Science and Technology," Committee on Scientific and Technical Information, November, 1965, Volume II.

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[Correspondence Concerning the] Business Executives Dinner, March 31, 1966

Invitations to business executives to come to the White House to discuss the President's International Education program and to hear talks from Secretary John Gardner, and Assistant Secretary Francis Keppel; letters of appreciation and additional comments.

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Meeting of the National Review Board of the East-West Center at the White House, May 13, 1965

Publication, "Hawaii's East-West Center", American Education; rough draft of a statement on the purposes, prospects and potentials of the East-West Center; Fifth Annual Report on the Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange between East and West, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 1, 1964 - June 30, 1965; suggested remarks for the President at the meeting; copy of the President's speech in May, 1961, at the Dedication of the Center; Report of the U.S. Advisory Commission on International Educational and Cultural Affairs on the East-West Center; informational materials sent by the Center.

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Booklet: "The International Programs of American Universities," published by the Institute of Advanced Projects, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, in cooperation with International Programs, Michigan State University, 1966.

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Copy of Remarks of Walter D. Scott, Chairman of the National Broadcasting Company, before the Detroit Economic Club, February 6, 1967, "A Perspective on Global Television."

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Offprint Pamphlet: Journal of World History, Vol. X, No. 1, 1966, "Intellectual Migration: A Sociological Approach to 'Brain Drain"' by A. Khoshkish

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Report: "Foreign Students in the United States, A National Survey," Volume I, Operations and Policy Research, Inc.

This report was conducted for the United States Advisory Commission on International, Educational and Cultural Affairs under a grant from the Department of State done in the spring of 1965. There are two copies of Vol. I.

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Booklet: "Encyclopaedia Britannica," Report on the 1967 Edition, A Statement by the Editor.

In the statement they say the Encyclopaedia Britannica in 1967 is a new report on the state of knowledge.

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Booklet: "A Billion Books for Education in America and the World: A Proposal" by David G. Harp and Others, March, 1967

This is a publication from the Rand Corporation.

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Study Paper: "Cooperative Instruction by Television in the Schools of American Samoa, An Outline of the Organization and Procedures" by Vernon Bronson, National Association of Educational Broadcasters, February, 1966.

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Samoan Educational Television System

Copy of a report on Samoan Educational Television System, by Dr. Clifford H. Block, A.I.D., August, 1965.

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Booklet: "An Educational Bridge for Inter-American Understanding," University of the Americas, Mexico City, Mexico

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Booklet: University of the Americas, formerly Mexico City College, General Catalog, 1966-1968

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Booklet: "Les Progres de L'Instruction Publique Aux Etats-Unis D'Amerique, 1965-1966," U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, International Division

Prepared for the UNESCO/IBE Conference held in Geneva, July 7-16, 1966.

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Reprint: Teachers College Record, Vol. 67, No. 1, October, 1965, "Afro-American Interchange: Proposals for a Two-Way Flow" by Wilton S. Dillon, National Academy of Sciences

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Booklet: "First Report of the Advisory Committee on Higher Education to His Imperial Majesty Haile Sellassie I, Chancellor of the University."

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Paperback Book: "Public Television: A Program for Action," The Report of the Carnegie Commission on Educational Television, 1967

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[Material Concerning the Public Broadcasting Act]

Draft of Presidential remarks at the signing ceremony.

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Public Television Corporation

Biographical information of the members of the Public Television Corporation; synopsis of statements before the Senate on the Public Broadcasting Corporation.

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Recommendations for Positions on the Public Television Corporation

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Current Correspondence on Public Television

Correspondence concerning the meeting of the National Citizens' Committee for Public Television

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Public Broadcasting Corporation

Copy of the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967, P.L. 90-129, S. 1160, November 7, 1967; drafted telegram from Frank Pace, Jr. to Congressman Staggers concerning funding of the Act.

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Booklet: "The Financing of Educational Television Stations," Present Patterns and Recommendations for the Future, 1964

This is the report of a study conducted by Educational Television Stations, a division of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters under a contract with the Office of Education.

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Annual A.V.B. Geohegan Lectures, University of Pennsylvania, May 1, 1967, Topic: "Public Television--Who Pays? Who Controls?--An Open Philadelphia Hearing"

Douglass Cater was a member of the panel with Professor Robert Shayon as moderator. Material consists of invitation and arrangements.

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Booklet: A Proposal to be Submitted to Hubert Humphrey, Vice-President -- "A Concept for a Proposal on Dissemination of Government Information via Education Television" submitted by William T. Gladmon, Pittsburgh Educational Television

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Booklet: Press Comment on the National Educational Television Broadcast of the State of the Union/67, National Education Television

Publication sent to Cater by Max Kampelman.

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Pamphlet: "Television for Schools" by Kenneth Fawdry, BBC Lunch-time Lectures Fifth Series--5, February 15, 1967

This is a lecture given by Kenneth Fawdry, Head of School Broadcasting, Television at the fifth of the fifth series of lunch-time lectures in the Concert Hall at Broadcasting House.

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Equality of Educational Opportunity Booklet: Equality of Educational Opportunity, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1966

Two copies of a report generated in response to the Civil Rights Act of 1964. It is a survey of the lack of availability of equal educational opportunities for individuals by reason of race, color, religion or national origin in public educational institutions in the U. S.

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Booklet: Supplemental Appendix to the Survey on Equality of Educational Opportunity, Section 9/10/Correlation tables, Office of Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1966

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Charts: A National Goal of Full Educational Opportunity, Department of Health, Education and Welfare

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[Material on] Title VI, Civil Rights Bill (Folder 1 of 8)

Several memos concerning coordinated enforcement and implementation of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 with respect to hospitals and health facilities; Interpretive Bulletin No. 1, Elementary and Secondary Schools: Standards for Compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; Non-Discrimination in Federally Assisted Programs; memos on issues involved in Alabama Statement of Compliance; Title VI situation in Virginia; draft of remarks in opposition to proposals to amend S. 370 for the purpose of authorizing judicial review of the constitutionality of grants under the bill; supplementary information regarding compliance; situation in Georgia and South Carolina; copy of Saturday Review, March 20, 1965 with an article, "How the New Laws Affect Southern Schools?"; copy of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

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[Material on] Title VI: Civil Rights Bill (Folder 2 of 8)

Information concerning consultations held on Title VI School Compliance Policies; suggestions on avoiding conflict over Title VI guidelines; memo on major legal policy decisions for school desegregation, 1966-67; revised statement of policies for school desegregation plans, December, 1966; copy of Title VI -- One Year After, a survey of desegregation of health and welfare services in the south, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 1966; memo on implementation of the HEW Civil Rights Program; compliance forms; comments by legal consultants to the Office of Education on Title VI; memo on alternative procedures for promulgating regulations of the Title VI guidelines.

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[Material on] Title VI: Civil Rights Bill (Folder 3 of 8)

Supplementary instructions to school districts; authority for HEW national school compliance policies under Title VI; Report on Title VI as it affects schools by Francis Keppel; charts showing status of desegregation plans under Title VI; form letters and instructions on compliance; letter from William Battle on Virginia compliance; memo on the discriminatory dismissal of Negro school teachers in connection with desegregation; listing by states of voluntary desegregation plans and court orders accepted under Title VI; more concerning Alabama; copy of the Voting Rights Act of 1964, P.L. 88-352; draft of press release on guidelines; general statement of policies under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 respecting desegregation of elementary and secondary schools.

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[Material on] Title VI: Civil Rights Bill (Folder 4 of 8)

Drafts of proposed guidelines (7 copies).

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[Material on] Title VI: Civil Rights Bill (Folder 5 of 8)

Report on interviews and reactions concerning the new Title VI guidelines for Elementary and Secondary schools; statement of policies under Title VI; draft of school desegregation standards for the fall of 1966; tables of the summary of compliance with Title VI guidelines; Report of the Notre Dame Conference on Federal Civil Rights Legislation and Administration, February 17-20, 1966; letter to Cater from Jean Fairfax, NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. concerning the status of American public education, 1966; memo on Title VI enforcement-Extended Care Facilities; letter on the hospitals in Atlanta; memo on three school districts in Mississippi and Georgia modifying their compliance forms to nullify the guidelines; memo on Baker County, Georgia; initiation of enforcement proceedings; lists of schools still not complying with guidelines, each of 441-B.

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[Material on] Title VI: Civil Rights Bill (Folder 6 of 8)

Memo on Title VI compliance in schools and hospitals; form letters sent to school districts not complying with guidelines; status of the equal educational opportunities program in selected school systems; statement by Charles Carroll, Superintendent of Public Instruction, North Carolina, April 14, 1966, concerning their efforts to implement school desegregation plans under Title VI; memo on the handling of Title VI figures and press relations; editorial comments from Atlanta; drafts of Secretary Gardner's school guidelines letter; Report on interviews and reactions concerning the New Title VI Guidelines for elementary and secondary schools.

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[Material on] Title VI: Civil Rights Bill (Folder 7 of 8)

Memo supplying further information on the proposed new HEW guidelines; situations in Georgia and South Carolina regarding school desegregation under Title VI requiring different handling; memo on how school districts may comply with non-discrimination requirements; memo on Georgia school districts compliance; editorials from Atlanta, Georgia; material concerning the guidelines to be promulgated by the Commissioner of Education for school desegregation plans under Title VI; correspondence with Congressman Adam Clayton Powell concerning his inquiry regarding actions taken by the Office of Education in Chicago; memo on the attacks on administration of Title VI guidelines; concern over lack of enforcement of guidelines from the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; review with HEW officials on the next few months activities of the Civil Rights school desegregation program; Senator Stennis' letter concerning the operation of public schools in Mississippi and the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

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[Material on] Title VI: Civil Rights Bill (Folder 8 of 8)

Material on hospital compliance; results of invitation to 17 Southern and border states to come to Washington to talk with HEW officials; summary of status and prospects for compliance for 1,942 districts operating under voluntary desegregation plans; drafts and copies of letters to school districts failing to file HEW form 441-B; memo on the Task Force on Voluntary Compliance.

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[Civil Rights Bill:] Proposed Guidelines and Summary -- Title VI (1)

Press conference January 4, 1966; memo on revising the Title VI guidelines; drafts of revised guidelines; summary of the statement of policies under Title VI.

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[Civil Rights Bill:] Proposed Guidelines and Summary - Title VI (2)

Drafts of the proposed guidelines.

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[Civil Rights Bill:] Complaints Under Title VI

State application to participate in Title II of P.L. 81-874 from Illinois; draft letter reply to requests for more information as to complaints under investigation under Title VI; memo concerning de facto segregation in Chicago schools and actions of Commissioner Keppel; memos concerning Georgia school districts.

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[Civil Rights Bill:] Compliance Statements - Title VI

Draft revision of a statement sent to Jack Valenti on compliance under Title VI; memo concerning the effect of the Waggonner amendment to H.R. 9567 on Title VI, which pertains to fraternities and sororities; draft of a back-to-school message; memo from the Vice President to the President concerning school desegregation; copy of the Report of the Notre Dame Conference on Federal Civil Rights Legislation and Administration, February 17-20, 1966; Staff summary of a report prepared by the Commission on Civil Rights on Title VI and school desegregation in the South; resolution from Taliaferro County (Crawfordsville) Georgia; letter and accompanying tables concerning distribution of federal funds to language and Area Centers; additional information on the effect of the Waggonner-Dirksen amendment to H.R. 9567; material concerning the status of school districts either failing to file desegregation plans or having serious compliance problems likely to lead to cut-off of funds; paper concerning Mississippi and plans pending with high percentage of Negro scholastics or construction programs; report on the effect of Title VI on schools; report on schools who do not intend to comply, those who have submitted unsatisfactory plans and are unwilling to change, and those who have not replied.

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[Civil Rights Bill:] Guidelines Enforcement - Title VI (Folder 1 of 3)

Letter from group of Senators protesting revised guidelines; memo concerning Title VI: Initiation of deferral action against Alabama Department of mental health; memo on Covington County, Alabama; memo on enforcement action against 19 school districts; school desegregation guidelines, 1967-68; summaries of various actions on several counties, primarily of southern states.

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[Civil Rights Bill:] Guidelines Enforcement - Title VI (Folder 2 of 3)

Memos concerning the Alabama Welfare Agency; Notices of hearing to 18 hospitals refusing to comply; initiation of action against 10 school districts; final decision on Anderson College, South Carolina; deferral action against six medical facilities refusing to comply; Dale County, Alabama; suggestions from Peter Libassi on education legislation; memo concerning deferral action against the Virginia Department of Mental Hygiene and Hospitals; publication, Quest for Equality, The Story of How Six Institutions Opened Their Doors to Serve Negro Children and Their Families, Martin Gula, Children's Bureau, Welfare Administration, Department of Health, Education and Welfare; drafts of letters to districts showing poor performance.

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[Civil Rights Bill:] Guidelines Enforcement - Title VI (Folder 3 of 3)

Initiation of deferral action against 12 districts with poor performance; deferral action against hospitals; memo on hospital civil rights compliance and medicare; report on Civil Rights Compliance and Atlanta, Georgia hospitals, August, 1966; Title VI Enforcement - Extended Care Facilities: memo on hospital compliance program - Congressional Contacts; memo for the Vice President concerning contact with mayors in communities where there was not a high level of compliance by hospitals with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act; memo on hospital reimbursement under Medicare; Department plans on Title VI enforcement with respect to hospitals; Draft of hospital and medical facilities modernization amendments of 1966.

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[Meeting with Califano, September 28, 1965 Concerning Title VI]

Materials probably used as background information for the meeting; features of simplified free choice registration procedures for school year, 1965-66; status of school districts either failing to file desegregation plans or having serious compliance problems likely to lead to cut-off of funds.

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[Civil Rights Bill:] Title VI School Desegregation Compliance Status Reports - Pete Libassi

Memo concerning the Title VI compliance status of Mississippi State Eleemosynary Institutions; enforcement taken on several school districts; consultations on Title VI school compliance policies status report as of February 26, 1968; copies of the forms used for Title VI filing; reprint from College Management, December, 1967, "Social Responsibility, A Wider Role for the College; copies of compliance reports for institutions of higher education; memo on the authority for Department of HEW national school compliance policies under Title VI; pamphlet from the Office for Civil Rights, "Policies on Elementary and Secondary School Compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964", March, 1968; briefing memo on national school compliance policies.

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[Report from Ramsey Clark, Justice Department, concerning Review of School Desegregation Plans]

Records of appeal from the United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama and for the Western District of Louisiana.

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Project Summer, 1968 (Folder 1 of 2)

Four identical packets of material concerning Project Summer 1968, to keep local high schools open for residents of central core cities.

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Project Summer, 1968 (Folder 2 of 2)

Packet of material concerning Project Summer 1968; proposed local school leaders meeting with President Johnson on Project Summer 1968; memo concerning the arrangements for Project Summer 1968 and the role of the National Association of School Boards; memos on recommendations for redirecting HEW funds to produce maximum impact on the urban crisis.

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[Proposals to be considered at the meeting of Douglass Cater and Commissioner Howe during the week of October 2, 1967]

Proposal for Presidential recognition of America's outstanding work-study scholar; memo on how to develop goals for education, health and income security; proposal by Dr. Charles D. Proctor, Professor of Neuropharmacology, for assisting predominantly Negro colleges and universities.

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Progress Report to the Fund for the Advancement of Education, Program to Increase Economic Opportunities for Negro Youth Through Higher Education on the Cooperative Plan and Program to Expand Specialized Services for the Encouragement of College Preparation Among Disadvantaged Youth in Certain High Schools (Boston and Revere), January 3, 1966

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Pamphlet: "The Youth We Haven't Served," A Challenge to Vocational Education, by Barbara H. Kemp, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1966

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Booklet: "The Human Frontier, Remarks on Equality in Education," by Harold Howe II, U.S. Commissioner of Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1966

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Booklet: "A Chance for Change: New School Programs for the Disadvantaged, Elementary and Secondary Act of 1965/Title I," U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Office of Education, 1966.

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Report published by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Office of Education, "Dual Enrollment in Public and Nonpublic Schools, 1963-64: Case Studies of Nine Communities", December 31, 1964.

Study of how nine public school systems have developed new educational programs and modified existing programs to serve the needs of all the people in their community

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Education and Training of the Handicapped

Memo concerning teacher shortage in special education; memo on Congressman Resnick's request for a National Conference on Handicapped Children which includes a publication from the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, "Programs for the Handicapped, January, 1967"; memo concerning a possible press conference announcement of the Task Force on the Handicapped; memo on the mental retardation progress report; amendment to S. 3046 to add to ESEA of 1965 a new title for the education of handicapped children; excerpts from testimony by witnesses before Ad Hoc Subcommittee on the Handicapped.

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Pamphlet: Federal Teacher Training Programs in Fields of the Disadvantaged and Handicapped, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Office of the Disadvantaged and Handicapped, June 1, 1966.

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Overseas Dependents Schools, 1964-65 (Folder 1 of 2)

Correspondence from groups such as the Overseas Education Association and the Overseas Federation of Teachers concerning the lack of adequate education for American children overseas; proposed memo to the President on Defense Overseas Dependents Education from Elmer Staats; Report of Survey Committee Appointed by Dr. Edward L. Katzenbach, Jr., Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Education) December, 1962, "Overseas Dependents Schools: Recommendations for Improvement"; memo on the Cater meeting with the Military/International Division on U.S. support of schools abroad; summary of the report on the "Problems of the Overseas Dependents Schools (ODS)"; bill, H.R. 6845, Overseas Teachers Pay; Statements to the House Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, Subcommittee on Federal Compensation, April 13, 1965, by the National Education Association and the Overseas Education Association; Bill H.R. 7068 Overseas Teachers Pay.

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Overseas Dependents Schools, 1964-65 (Folder 2 of 2)

Fact sheets on overseas dependents schools; correspondence concerning teachers' pay in overseas schools; correspondence with overseas teachers from the Committee for the Improvement of Overseas Schools; Exhibits on the NEA of the U.S. accompanying Prepared Testimony Presented to the House Defense Appropriations Subcommittee, March 19, 1964; pertinent statements regarding overseas schools and PL 86-91; article from NEA Journal, May, 1964, "Teaching in Overseas Schools"; many clippings.

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Teacher Corps

Publication from National Teacher Corps, HEW, "Editorial Comments on the Teacher Corps"; Teacher Corps Notes; draft remarks for the President on the Teacher Corps Appropriations signing; correspondence expressing concern over enough funding of projects; letters explaining the authority of the teacher corps; status of Congressmen on the teacher corps bill; National Teacher Corps Progress Report, 1965; memo on the information activities of the Teacher Corps; communications from the President to Congress concerning the National Teacher Corps; the Teacher Corps' bill.

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"VIPS" (Veterans in Public Service) Correspondence Concerning the Rose Garden Graduation Ceremony for Teacher Corps

Arrangement materials; memo on the teacher corps and the summer school programs including information on P.L. 90-35; Maryland Vocational Newsletter, Vol. I, No. 3; memo on the Philadelphia Veterans in Public Service (VIPS) model program; proposal concerning the VIPS from James McCronklin; memo on financing teacher training program for Veterans; memo on a VIPS program that will provide a career for the veteran.

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Project Apex [proposed by] Dr. John Robertson

Efforts to change education in the slums of major cities; Project Apex was a joint effort of New York University, New York City and the Ford Foundation to change teacher education and the school and community around it; clippings on the program; project "Clinic for Learning" by Prof. John Robertson and Prof. Neil Postman, New York University; memo on the goals of Project Apex; A Teaching Corps for the Urban Slum, 1965; Report on Project Apex: A Program for Excellence prepared by a committee of the Faculty of New York University, School of Education, February 15, 1965.

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Veterans in Teaching Program, 1967 (Folder 1 of 2)

Press release of Presidential remarks, November 15, 1967; small report "Inventory of Existing Programs" from the Office of Economic Opportunity; report "Study of Teachers: Inner City and Suburbia"; report "Legislative Possibilities Veterans Administration, Adequate School Staffing in Economically Deprived Areas"; memo on "On-the-Job Training for Veterans"; ideas from W. J. Driver, Veterans Administration jurisdiction which could motivate qualified veterans to accept teaching positions in deprived areas; draft proposal for Veterans in Teaching; suggestions from HEW to encourage veterans to teach.

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Veterans in Teaching Program, 1967 (Folder 2 of 2)

Memo on the Study Group on Veterans Teachers; draft of recommended legislative proposals to encourage veterans in teaching in deprived areas "Restore GI Bill Entitlement for Service in Deprived Area Schools" - "On-the-Job Training" - "Eliminate Bar to Duplication of Federal Educational Benefits"; memo on Veterans in Poverty Schools and the Teacher Corps; memo on OEO Poverty Income Guidelines; memo on G. I. Vista; Inventory of Existing Programs and Recommendations.

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G. I. Education Programs

Memo from W. J. Driver including comparative data dealing with participation in the education program of the Korean G. I. Bill and the Post Korean G. I. Bill (P.L. 358); memo commenting on "Project Transition" particularly for Negro veterans; proposed bill to provide special assistance to veterans who plan to pursue a public service career in deprived areas.

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Letter to President Johnson, July 21, 1965 concerning small medical schools

Digest of Dr. Stafford Warren's proposal that the Administration support legislation to develop 30 to 40 small regional medical schools - satellite institutions of existing Veterans Administration hospitals and colleges in cities of 100,000 or more; bill H.R. 9069 deals with this proposal; original letter from Dr. Warren concerning his proposal.

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Booklet: Statewide Planning for Nursing Education by Lucile Petry Leone, Southern Regional Education Board, 1967

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Booklet: 1965-66 Annual Report of the John and Mary R. Markle Foundation

Basic program is Grants for Scholars in Academic Medicine, but they also assist medical education in medical schools.

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Booklet: Training Health Service Workers: The Critical Challenge, Proceedings of the Department of Labor - Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Conference on Job Development and Training for Workers in Health Service, Washington, D. C., February 14-17, 1966.

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Advisory Council [to the] Center on Educational Cooperation, July, 1966

List of membership; letter from Wilbur Cohen concerning amendments to Title I of ESEA to Senator Morse; necessary ingredients for the Advisory Council.

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Center for Educational Cooperation

Letter from Charles Frankel discussing the role and activities of the Center for Educational Cooperation and comparing it to the committees and commissions handling the Fulbright-Hays Act; memos on the organization of the Center for Educational Cooperation; letter concerning role of business in international education and assisting less developed countries; correspondence concerning the new director; suggestions of an International Center for Advanced Study and a program for the sub-literate and illiterate; proposal from Pendleton Herring of a building for an international research center in Washington, D. C., statement by Edmund J. Gleazer, "The Role of the Community Junior College in International Education," December 17, 1965.

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A College President Looks at Cooperative Education Paper

"A College Professor Looks at Cooperative Education," by Dr. Asa S. Knowles, published by the National Commission for Cooperative Education; paper, "Effective Learning and Cooperative Education" by Dr. Clarence Leuba, published by the National Commission for Cooperative Education; reprint from the National Association of Manufacturers Reports, Vol. 10, September 20, 1965, No. 38, "Work and Learn: Cooperative Education Described in Interview.

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Booklet: Report on Cooperative Education, Summary of the Two-Year National Study of Cooperative Education made possible by a grant from the Fund for the Advancement of Education, by Dr. Ralph W. Tyler and Annie L. Mills, 1961.

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Booklet: Analysis of Student Employment in a Cooperative Education Program by Roy L. Wooldridge, published by the National Commission for Cooperative Education, September, 1966.

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Booklet: "Student Employment and Cooperative Education - Its Growth and Stability," by Roy L. Wooldridge, published by the National Commission for Cooperative Education, 1964.

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White House Fellows, 1967-68 (Folder 1 of 2)

Report of the National Advisory Council on the Education of Disadvantaged Children, January 31, 1968 and Schools for an Open Society, A Statement by the National Advisory Council on the Education of Disadvantaged Children, "The Opportunity Gap is Widening"; lists of the White House Fellows and where they were assigned; programs that the White House Fellows pursued - how the President formulates a program such as the problem of the cities and the poor; biographical information on the Fellows.

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White House Fellows, 1967-68 (Folder 2 of 2)

Selection of Fellows and the planned receptions; progress report on the Fellows; lists of the regional selection boards; Cabinet statement of the White House Fellows Program; memos discussing ways to continue Fellows without new legislation; Presidential remarks at the White House Fellows reception, May 1, 1967; memo on new funding methods.

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Report of the President's Temporary Commission on Pennsylvania Avenue on the Establishment of the Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington, D. C., 1968.

The proposed purpose of this center was to be part of an international center for scholars.

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Program: Dedication and Initial Convocation of the Center for the Study of the Causes of War and Conditions for Peace, Utah State University

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Addition to the National Gallery of Art, 1967

Plans to erect an addition to the National Gallery of Art which includes the floor plans; Report on a Survey of Reactions to the Establishment of a Center for Advanced Study at the National Gallery of Art, with Recommendations, October, 1967.

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Ford Foundation Programs, 1965

Suggestion of a grant to the University of Saigon; summary of the session on April 7, 1965, concerning liaison between the Ford Foundation and the appropriate government programs dealing with similar or related objectives in society; memo on the relationship of Ford Foundation to the Health, Education and Economic Opportunity Programs; Report, "The Ford Foundation Programs and Developing Federal Activities."

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Pamphlet: Fellowships: United States of America and Canada, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1967

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Booklet: The Hazen Foundation, 1965 and 1966, The Edward W. Hazen Foundation, Inc.

Improvement of undergraduate teaching, the student in higher education, student counseling in Asian universities, scholarly communications with Mainland China, fellowships for Asian and African college teachers.

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Booklet: Report of the President, Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1963-1964

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National Library Commission, 1966-67 (Folder 1 of 2)

Appointment to the commission; staff work setting up the National Library Commission; possible areas of investigation by the Commission; biographical data on members; problems with representation on the commission.

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National Library Commission, 1966-67 (Folder 2 of 2)

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Summary report of the National Advisory Commission on Libraries, "Library Services for the Nation's Needs: Toward Fulfillment of a National Policy", December 1967; article, "What is Happening to Public Library Circulation?" Library Journal, September 1, 1966; appointments to the Commission; text of an address by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., "Is Gutenberg Dead?", dedicatory banquet for Temple University's Samuel Paley Library, October 20, 1966; press releases and statements concerning the Commission; minutes of the November 30, 1966, meeting of the National Advisory Commission on Libraries; highlights of first meeting.

 

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National Advisory Commission on Libraries, November, 1967 (Folder 1 of 2)

Final report on the Economics of Library Operation submitted to the National Advisory Commission on Libraries, June 30, 1967.

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National Advisory Commission on Libraries, November 1967 (Folder 2 of 2)

Statement and Recommendations of the Committee on Research Libraries of the American Council of Learned Societies, "On Research Libraries", November, 1967.

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Notebook Concerning Libraries, October, 1967

Recommendations for improving libraries in the United States.

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Center for Research Libraries

Report of the Ad Hoc Joint Committee on National Library Information Systems (CONLIS), "Improving Access to Information, A Recommendation for a National Library/ Information Program", October 14, 1967.

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The Johnson Library, 1967-68

Letters soliciting papers for the Library which was to be located in Austin, Texas; draft of an explanation and definition of personal papers; history of previous Presidential Libraries, statement of the acquisition policies for the John F. Kennedy Library; chronology of the development of the Johnson Library.

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Book Programs [and] Ideas [from Paul] Horgan

Ideas about a personal library contest; proposal from Vice-President Humphrey for a book program for needy children; proposal for a Book Stamp Plan for children; memo concerning the Copyright Revision Bill (H.R. 4347 and S. 1006); statement on bills to establish a National Humanities Foundation (S. 316) and to establish a National Arts Foundation (S. 315), March 5, 1965.

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[President's Book Foundation: Children's Book Project]

Memo concerning the President's Book Foundation with designs for the publicity; memo on Bilingual Education, Senator Yarborough's bill, S. 428; additional information for the Book Foundation; selection of trustees for the foundation; possible sources of funds for the foundation.

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List of Names for Consideration of Advisory Committee on the Book Stamp Plan, June 10, 1966

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Reading is FUNdamental Program (RIF)

Suggested White House Reception List; list of confirmed members of the RIF National Advisory Board.

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Booklet: Franklin Book Programs, Inc., A Non-Profit Organization for International Book-Publishing Development, Title List of Translations, June 30, 1965

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Booklet: Franklin Book Programs, Annual Report for the Year Ending 30 June 1965

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A Billion Books for Education in America and the World: A Proposal by David G. Hays and others, March, 1967

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India Book Program, 1967

Proposal for the use of U.S.-owned rupees to alleviate the shortage of American books in India caused by devaluation.

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1965 White House Conference on Education, July 20-21, 1965 (Folder 1 of 6)

Report on the White House Conference on Education; telegrams in answer to invitations; Preliminary List of Participants; draft remarks for the conference; two programs from the conference.

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1965 White House Conference on Education, July 20-21, 1965 (Folder 2 of 6)

Actions of the Subcommittee on Education at their executive mark-up session, July 20, 1965; list of participants; paper, "Innovations in Our Schools and Colleges" by Ralph W. Tyler; speech by Vice-President Humphrey to the Conference; Background Reading for the White House Conference on Education.

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1965 White House Conference on Education, July 20-21, 1965 (Folder 3 of 6)

Packet of materials for the Conference; press release on the Conference.

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1965 White House Conference on Education, July 20-21, 1965 (Folder 4 of 6)

Panel reports: "Job, Dropouts and Automation", "Skill Obsolescence and Re-Education", "Teacher Education", "Assessment of Education Performance", "Partnership in Education: The Role of the States", "Education for World Responsibility", "International Affairs Programs", "Educating the Talented", "Educating the Handicapped", "School De-segregation", "Innovations in Education", "Research and Graduate Education", "Education in the Urban Community"; address by Jerrold Zacharias, "Learning by Teaching"; address by Francis Keppel "The Many Issues of Education"; Remarks by Anthony Celebrezze.

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1965 White House Conference on Education, July 20-21, 1965 (Folder 5 of 6)

Paper by Dr. John T. Dailey, "Education Research Center"; suggestions of possible participants in the Conference; requests to be included.

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1965 White House Conference on Education, July 20-21, 1965 (Folder 6 of 6)

Telegrams endorsing the signing of the ESEA of 1965; more requests to attend the conference; more suggestions of individuals to attend the conference; draft of the list of panelists.

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White House Summer Conference on Education, [1965] (Folder 1 of 2)

Annual Report, People/Purposes/Programs, of the American Association of Junior Colleges, 1964; list of panel members and panel titles for the Conference, 1965; more comments on potential appointments to the committee; memos on arrangements for the conference; memo on the purpose of the Conference and its organization; memo concerning past White House Conference on Education.

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White House Summer Conference on Education, [1965], (Folder 2 of 2)

Letters commenting on the White House Conference including clippings about the Conference; suggested names for the Conference participants; summary of mailings and materials sent to participants; Cater's formal invitation to the Conference; preliminary programs.

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Booklet: Background Readings, The White House Conference on Education, July 20-21, 1965.

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White House Southern Regional Conference on Education, 1965

Program for the Conference, December 2-3, 1965, Richmond, Virginia, sponsored by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools; remarks of Vice-President Humphrey; speech suggestions from President Frank Rose, University of Alabama; partial list of participants; draft of conference programs; purpose of Conference; draft of press release; comments by Alex S. Pow on the Conference; notes and proposals for a Conference to be held in Washington, D. C. in October, 1965; conclusions about the Conference from Frank Rose; address by John Gardner, "Education in Transition".

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Booklet: "Education: The Southern Hope," Proceedings of the Southern Region Conference on Education, Richmond, Virginia, December 2-3, 1965. A Report by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

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Booklet: SREB (Southern Regional Education Board), Atlanta, Georgia

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Booklet: The Department of State Bulletin, A Special Issue on The National Foreign Policy Conference for Educators, June 16-17, 1966, Vol. LV, No. 1412, July 18, 1966.

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National Foreign Policy Conference [for Educators at the] State Department, June 16, 1966

Memos concerning the A.I.D. Education Report for the President; invitations and program for the National Foreign Policy Conference for Educators; address by Charles Frankel, "Education for World Responsibility: An Old Phrase, A Transformed Problem"; memo for Cater providing information on his participation in the Conference; Bill Report to accompany H.R. 14643, the International Education Act.

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Booklet: International Conference on the World Crisis in Education, Williamsburg, Virginia, October 5-9, 1967

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Booklet: Implications for Education of Prospective Changes in Society, Reports Prepared for the Second Area Conference, Designing Education for the Future: An Eight-State Project, Denver, Colorado, January, 1967

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Booklet: National Conference on Education of the Disadvantaged, Report of a National Conference held in Washington, D. C., July 18-20, 1966

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Initial Teaching Alphabet Foundation

Copy of the Proceedings of the Second Annual International Conference on the Initial Teaching Alphabet, August 18-20, 1965, Albert J. Mazurkiewicz; correspondence concerning Sir James Pitman and the Initial Teaching Alphabet Foundation.

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Booklet: 1965, American Association of School Administrators Resolutions, Platform, Constitution, By-Laws and Ethics, Atlantic City, New Jersey, February 13-17, 1965

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Notebook from NEA, Press Releases, 1963-64

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Booklet: "NEA Research Bulletin," Vol. 45, No. 1, March, 1967, published by the Research Division of the National Education Association

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National Student Association

Draft of a letter to New York Times by William Lee Miller concerning intellectuals and the Johnson Administration; memo from Michael Wood, NSA, concerning lowering the Voting Age to Eighteen; "Foreign Student Volunteer Service Program: A Proposal for a Demonstration Grant" by John Richard Brown, September, 1966; press release from the National Committee for an Effective Congress, "Character of 90th Congress Will Emerge", October 24, 1966; draft statement for the President from Katzenbach concerning the committee appointed to explore the relationships between various government agencies and private groups operating abroad; article from Ramparts magazine by Sol Stern with the assistance of Lee Webb, Michael Ansara and Michael Wood concerning CIA funding and involvement in NSA.

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National Student Association: Newspaper Clippings - CIA Affair

Teletype and clippings concerning the controversy over CIA funding of international activities of the National Student Association.

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1966 World Medical Education Conference

General Information on the Third World Conference on Medical Education, New Delhi, India, November 20-25, 1966.

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Booklet: Program, Executive Leadership Conference on Public Affairs, Advanced Study Program, The Brookings Institution, Conference for Federal Management and Program Executives, October 2-14, 1966, Williamsburg, Virginia

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63

[Remarks of Vice-President Hubert Humphrey at the University of California at Los Angeles, April 8, 1965]

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Signing of Education Bill at the Ranch, April 11, 1965

Drafts of the President's remarks; Cater's handwritten drafts; comments on invitees; press release of the Remarks of the President on the Education Bill, April 9, 1965.

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President's Reception for Educational Groups and Members of Congress for Signing of Elementary and Secondary Education Act, April 13, 1965

Telegrams of acceptances and regrets from those invited the reception; lists of those invited; press release of the President's remarks to the National Conference on Educational Legislation, March 1, 1965; memos on arrangements.

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President's Speech to the National Education Association in New York, July 2, 1965

Press release of the Remarks by the President before the NEA; drafts of the speech including Cater's handwritten notes; memo from Keppel to the Staff of the Equal Educational Opportunities Program concerning discriminatory dismissal of Negro school teachers in connection with desegregation.

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President's Smithsonian Bicentennial Speech, September 16, 1965 (Folder 1 of 3)

Publication by the Smithsonian Institution in association with the editors of American Heritage Magazine, The Smithsonian Institution: an establishment for the increase and diffusion of knowledge among men, narrative by Walter Karp; remarks of the President, "The Noble Adventure"; correspondence with Dillon Ripley; background press briefing; September 16, 1965; press release of President's remarks.

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President's Smithsonian Bicentennial Speech, September 16, 1965 (Folder 2 of 3)

More drafts of the speech with suggestions; Cater's handwritten notes; more press releases of the remarks; copy of the address by Dillon Ripley at the Smithsonian Bicentennial, September 18, 1965, "The Museum as an Enigma."

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President's Smithsonian Bicentennial Speech, September 16, 1965 (Folder 3 of 3)

Packet of materials, including a program for Cater; press background briefings; several copies of the President's speech, "The Noble Adventure."

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Chicago Higher Education Speech [March 15, 1966]

Suggestions about remarks for President's speeches; draft of the speech itself; quotes to use; draft of material from Dr. Robert A. Solo, "The University in a Science-Based Society"; invitation to the President to speak at the 21st Annual Meeting of the National Conference on Higher Education, Chicago, March 15, 1966; abstract of a speech by Kenneth E. Boulding, "The Spotted Reality: The Fragmentation, Isolation, and Conflict in Today's World"; copy of an article, "A Blunt Warning" by Wilbur J. Bender, from College Review Board, No. 45, Fall, 1961; letter from Joseph Goldsen, Rand Corporation, to James Webb, NASA, concerning university capabilities for research into technology and natural sciences; letter from James Webb to Goldsen concerning his talk, "The Impact of Space Exploration on Society"; draft of a speech by John Gardner at the California Conference on Higher Education, May 7, 1965, "Agenda for the Colleges and Universities."

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The Princeton Speech (Folder 1 and 2)

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Memo to the President concerning where do we go from here in conservation; drafts of the President's speech; rough outline from Ervin Duggan for the public service speech with Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School of Public Affairs in mind; comments on the draft of the President's speech; handwritten notes from Cater.

 

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The Princeton Speech (Folder 2 and 2)

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Draft remarks at the Woodrow Wilson dedication at Princeton and handwritten notes; program for the ceremony; memo from Tom Johnson concerning chief topics discussed in this week's public comment - the President's speech and political developments in South Vietnam; suggestions of themes for the President's speech from Carl Stover.

 

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Education Message, 1968

Copy of the bill H.R. 6232, Higher Education Amendment of 1967; copy of NEWS, National Commission for Cooperative Education, May 10, 1967, concerning Hartke, Kuchel Lead Move for Cooperative Education Work-Study in Nation's Universities: Measure Co-Sponsored by 18 Senators; list of 47 Education Laws Enacted during President Johnson's Administration; memo regarding international education - a proposal from Frank Hopkins - additional foreign policy State of the Union Message initiative; memo on World Teacher Corps; USIA Suggestions for State of Union Message on the World Information Bank.

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Remarks [at the Signing Ceremony of the] Handicapped Children's Education [Act, September 30, 1968]

Draft of the President's statement; proposed guest list; memo for the President from Wilfred Rommel, Bureau of the Budget, concerning the enrolled bill, H.R. 18763 - Early Education of Handicapped Children includes comments from Wilbur Cohen.

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Draft of Statement for Vice President Hubert Humphrey on Education, October, 1968

Drafts of the Statement by the Vice President; press release "A New Day: Toward Excellent Education for All America", a statement by Hubert Humphrey, October 6, 1968; press release dated September 6, 1968, commenting on Vice President Hubert Humphrey and Education for Jobs in a Technological Society; position paper on Education dated August 22, 1968.

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[Health and Education Memoranda]

Memos concerning student loan amendments and memos from Dr. Hornig concerning cuts in science appropriations - serious implications for the universities; item concerning Reading-is-FUNdamental grant from the Ford Foundation; speech ideas about the Great Society; small pamphlet; Report of the Twenty-sixth American Assembly, "The Congress and America's Future", Arden House, October 29-November 1, 1964; progress report on the Creative Federalist Fellows Program-Meeting with Secretary Wirtz; memo on Follow Through grants involving Office of Education and the Office of Economic Opportunity; fact sheet on Volunteers to America; attack by Edgar Fuller on regional education officers; memo concerning group practice discussed by HUD and HEW; comments on the Public Health Service and the National Institutes of Health; memo concerning discussions with Dr. Hugh MacGuire on medical education; memo on the location of the Crippled Children's program; memo on the Migrant Health Branch; memo on possible platforms for Presidential speeches on health; memo on the Student Health Organization; comment on the words "skilled nursing home"; statement by Wilbur Cohen on social security complaints.

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[Memoranda on Health and Education]

Material concerning the Office of Education and improving the education of disadvantaged persons, the Bureau of Research including statistics; improved drafts of speech selections on HEW programs; memo with a report from Philip Lee concerning mental health programs.

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[Health Memoranda]

Memo concerning the National Diet-Heart Feasibility Study; memo on the occupational health program; meeting on the National Social Welfare Assembly; dedication program for The North Wing: University of Alabama Hospital and Clinics; memo on the rubella vaccine; regional medical programs; memo on the International Rabies programs; memo on implementation of the Veterans Hospitalization and Medical Services Modernization Amendments of 1966; memos concerning export of basic information in the health field to other countries; report and memos concerning clinical trials of the drug Atromid-S.

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[Health Manpower]

Candidates for the National Advisory Commission on Health Manpower; background questions concerning health care system; federal legislation affecting the supply and demand of health manpower, 1956-65; staff paper No. 1, Trends in Health Manpower, from the Task Force on Health, Education and Welfare Manpower Requirements and Training Programs; memo on the Federal Government's Response to New Demands for Medical Care; federal aid available for training of health services personnel; listing of the major studies of manpower requirements for health services 1930-1965; Health Manpower Source Book, Section 18, "Manpower in the 1960's", HEW.

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White House Conference on Health, September, 1965

Lists of the different panels and participants; lists of replies to invitations.

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AMA Meeting with the President, July 29, 1965

AMA representatives discussed legislation with the President; concern over H.R. 3140; briefing memo for the President before the meeting with the AMA; summary of provisions of H.R. 6675',' "The Social Security Amendments of 1965."

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[Meeting with National Medical Association, HEW and HUD, January 19, 1968]

Meeting concerned plans for a comprehensive health project in the District of Columbia which would be a prototype for projects in other major cities; background and letters setting the meeting.

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[Press Release of the President's] Health Message, [March 4,] 1968

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Booklet: "Foundation for All Our Aspirations," A Report to the People on Health, HEW, Public Health Service

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Task Force on Nutrition and Adequate Diets, October 12, 1967

Summary of draft recommendations and a draft report.

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Report for HEW on Hunger and Health, June 7, 1968

Report by the Secretary of HEW, "Incidence and Location of Serious Hunger and Malnutrition and Health Problems Incident Thereto.

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Magazine: Freedom from Hunger, Food and Agriculture Organization, "The FOA Expert," January - February, 1967, Vol. 8, No. 46

Formerly the Freedom from Hunger Campaign News

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Population - Birth Control (Folder 1 of 5)

Correspondence with John D. Rockefeller, III concerning World Leader's Declaration on Population; reprint from Journal of Marriage and the Family, Vol. XXX, No. 2, 1968, "Population Dynamics and Family Planning," by Arthur A. Campbell; publication, The Registrar and Statistician, Vol. 33, No. 4, April, 1968; article from Science, Vol. 158, "Population Policy: Will Current Programs Succeed?" by Kingsley Davis; preliminary report, "Closing the Gap in Subsidized Family Planning Services in 110 Metropolitan Areas with More Than 250,000 Population" by Frederick Jaffee and Carita Jo Bernsohn, Department of Program Planning and Development, Planned Parenthood - World Population, October, 1967; publication from The Victor Fund for the International Planned Parenthood Federation, Spring, 1968, Number 8, "A Summons to Mankind - The United Nations and the Population Crisis."

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Population - Birth Control (Folder 2 of 5)

Memo from Philip Lee concerning population research and services; comments on the meeting of the President's Committee on Population and Family Planning; memos concerning views of Ambassador Bowles and USAID/India on the need for contraceptive research includes information on the Conference on Direction and Support of Research in Technical Methods for Control of Human Reproduction, January 26, 1968; draft of a memorandum concerning the World Leader's Declaration on Population.

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Population - Birth Control (Folder 3 of 5)

Correspondence from General William G. Draper, Jr., National Chairman, Population Crisis Committee; suggestions for the State of the Union message from General Draper and Planned Parenthood/World Population; General Draper's statement before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.

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Population - Birth Control (Folder 4 of 5)

Press release from the National Catholic Welfare Conference; statement of General Eisenhower in response to Catholic Bishop's statement on birth control; statements by President Johnson concerning population; pamphlet, Facts About Population and Family Planning, New Delhi, April, 1967; draft statement on population including a proposed task force and suggested members; memos concerning the population commission.

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Population - Birth Control (Folder 5 of 5)

More concerning the Presidential Commission on Population; comments on the Conference on Population; memo from McPherson to the President concerning increasing the government's role in family planning; material concerning the National Institute for Population and Human Reproduction; memos from Philip Lee concerning research related to fertility control; talking points in meeting with John D. Rockefeller, III; material concerning the Bishop's statement on birth control including press release and clippings; memo concerning the issue between Shriver and Celebrezze over OEO grant funds for birth control and family planning programs; material from the organization Planned Parenthood-World Population.

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Booklet: "To the Children of Tomorrow," Planned Parenthood World Population, June, 1968

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Booklet: "Report on Family Planning," U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, September, 1968.

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Packet of Material from Planned Parenthood-World Population, Planned Parenthood Foundation of America, Inc.

Includes the 1965 Annual Report and other pamphlets.

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Packet of Material: Program Development Series: Family Planning Services in Public Health Programs, issued by the Department of Program Planning and Development, Planned Parenthood-World Population

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Booklet: "People in Crisis; Foreign Aid and Population Control: What Should Be the Policy of the United States," Population Crisis Committee

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Booklet - An Introduction to Mental Retardation, Problems, Plans and Programs, HEW, The Secretary's Committee on Mental Retardation, June, 1965.

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Binder: 1968 Programs for Older Americans

HEW staff study on older Americans includes recommendations and proposals.

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[Report of the Task Force on Nursing Homes and Other Institutions for the Care of the Elderly]

Packet of material concerning the task force on nursing homes, November, 1966; report of the Task Force on Nursing Homes and Other Institutions for the Care of the Elderly.

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Booklet: Nursing Homes and Related Facilities Fact Book, HEW, Public Health Service, Hospital and Medical Facilities Series (Hill-Burton Program), February, 1963

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Extension [of Enrollment in] Medicare, 1966

Guest list for the inauguration of Title 19, Medicare Programs; memo concerning the amendment to the Social Security Act to extend the Medicare deadline.

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Binder: Medical Insurance for the Elderly

Numerous pamphlets and booklets.

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Booklet: To Improve Medical Care.... A Guide to Federal Financial Aid for the Development of Medical Care, Service Facilities Personnel, HEW, April, 1966

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Publicity Kit for the Twentieth Anniversary of the Hill-Burton Program, July 1, 1947 - December 31, 1965, The Hospital and Medical Facilities Construction Program Under Title VI of the Public Health Service Act

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Booklet: A Tribute to the Honorable Lister Hill, Four Decades of Health Leadership, August 13, 1966

A dinner of the health professions honoring Senator Lister Hill on the 20th anniversary of the Hill-Burton Act.

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Public Health Service Hospitals

Chronology of recent events concerning public health service hospitals. Note on outside of folder reads: it received from Secretary Celebrezze 4/8/65.

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Booklet: Organizing Comprehensive State Health Careers Councils, U. S. Department of Health, Education,and Welfare, Public Health Service, November, 1966

Developed at a workshop for State Health Career Councils by the National Health Council under grants from the U.S. Public Health Service and U.S. Vocational Rehabilitation Administration.

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Booklet: Report of the Workshops for State Health Careers Councils and Committees, March 28-30, 1966, St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Public Health Service.

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Book: Report on Regional Medical Programs to the President and the Congress, submitted by William H. Stewart, Surgeon General Public Health Service, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, June, 1967.

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Booklet: Does Medical Research Pay Off -- In Lives? In Dollars? Compiled by the National Health Education Committee, Inc., 1964.

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Booklets: What are the Pay-Offs from Our Federal Health Programs?, A Progress Report on the Johnson Administration, 1963-1968, published by the National Health Education Committee.

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Booklet: Progress Against Cancer, 1966, A Report by the National Advisory Cancer Council, HEW, Public Health Service/National Cancer Institute/National Institutes of Health

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International Health Program, 1966[-67]

Press release of the President's Message on Education and Health in America, February 28, 1967; Press release concerning the International Education and Health Acts of 1966; summary of the total health program for 1967; proposals from Philip Lee for International Health; outline of the International Health Programs; estimates and budget bureau allowances for HEW for 1966-67; costs of the legislative program, 1967.

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Booklet: "Sumula do Programs de Agao do Ministerio da Saude, Quadrienio 1967/1970," Brasil

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Publication: Republica Dos Estados Unados do Brasil, Ministerio da Saude, Realizagoes: Medicas Sanitarias Hospitalares, 1966

Sent to Douglass Cater from Mary Lasker on June 22, 1966.

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[Excerpts from the Council's Report and Recommendations to the Conference,] White House Conference "To Fulfill These Rights" [, June 1-2, 1966, Washington, D.C.]

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[Drafts of the President's Speech on the "War on Poverty"]

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["The Great Society", A Third Year Legislative Program]

According to a note on the front of this folder, the material was removed from a Three-ring binder.

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National Anti-Poverty Plan and 1967 Budget Request, Office of Economic Opportunity, No. 65, October, 1965

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Program: Dedication Festival, March 28-April 2, 1966, North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company, Durham, North Carolina

Participants included Vice President Humphrey, Secretary of Commerce John T. Connor, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Robert C. Weaver and others. This company is a Negro insurance company incorporated in 1889.

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The President's Meeting [with] Insurance Executives, September 13, 1967

Memos concerning the offer by insurance companies to invest $1 billion in the city core areas to improve housing and create jobs; press release of the President's remarks at the meeting with the life insurance executives; press conference press release; lists of those attending the meeting and drafts of talking points; memo on meeting of Weaver and insurance executives.

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Record Set - "The Outskirts of Hope"

These records were made up by a group of radio stations called, Group W, Westinghouse Broadcasting Company, Inc., Donald McGannon, President. The records concern a series on the elements that make up huge category called poverty. The series was attempting to encourage dialogue on the issue. The set has been sent to the Audio-Visual collection.

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Charts: "The Burden of Poverty, Percentage of School-Age Children from Families with Annual Incomes Less Than $2,000"

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Booklet: Children in Need, A Study of a Federally Assisted Program of Aid to Needy Families With Children in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States Commission on Civil Rights, 1966, Urban Studies: Cleveland 1

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Booklet: Guidelines for VISTAs for Use With VISTA Book Kits, prepared by the National Book Committee for VISTA, office of Economic Opportunity, under a grant from the Fund for the Advancement of Education.

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Booklet: "The State of the Nation, Social System Accounting," by Bertram M. Gross, Professor of Political Science, Syracuse University, Revised November, 1965.

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Article: "Black Man, Go South - Specifically, as far as Atlanta, for Old There Are" by Fred Powledge, Esquire, August

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Negro Statistics

Material primarily concerns the President's statement on the report, "Social and Economic Conditions of Negroes in the United States", 1967; report was presented at a Cabinet meeting, July 31, 1968; copy of the report.

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[Address: "The Changing Status of Racial Groups" by Robert C. Weaver at the 14th Annual Conference of the National Association on Inter-group Relations Officials, Cincinnati, November 15, 1960]

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[Remarks of Vice President Hubert Humphrey before the President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped, April 30, 1965]

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Booklet: "Tension, Change and Liberty," 45th Annual Report, American Civil Liberties Union, 1966

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Booklet: Human Rights - the Wisconsin Perspective, Proceedings, Wisconsin Conference on International Cooperation Panel on Human Rights in Observance of United Nations Day 1966

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Federal Assistance Programs - Office of Economic Opportunity Books: Catalog of Federal Assistance Programs, Produced by the Office of Economic Opportunity, Executive Office of the President, June 1, 1967

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Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Alabama

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Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Alaska

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Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Arizona

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Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Arkansas

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Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, California

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Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Colorado

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Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Connecticut

open

72

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Delaware

open

72

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, District of Columbia

open

72

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Florida

open

72

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Georgia

open

72

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Hawaii

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73

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Idaho

open

73

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Illinois

open

73

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Indiana

open

73

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Iowa

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74

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Kansas

open

74

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Kentucky

open

74

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Louisiana

open

74

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Maine

open

74

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Maryland

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75

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Massachusetts

open

75

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Michigan

open

75

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Minnesota

open

75

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs," A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967, Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Mississippi

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76

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Missouri

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76

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Montana

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76

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Nebraska

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76

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on the Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Nevada

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77

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, New Hampshire

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77

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, New Jersey

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77

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, New Mexico

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77

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, New York

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77

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, North Carolina

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78

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, North Dakota

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78

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Ohio

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78

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Oklahoma

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78

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Oregon

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79

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Pennsylvania

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79

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Rhode Island

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79

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, South Carolina

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79

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, South Dakota

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79

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Tennessee

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80

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Texas

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80

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Utah

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80

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Vermont

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81

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Virginia

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81

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Washington

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81

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, West Virginia

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81

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Wisconsin

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82

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Wyoming

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82

Booklets: "Summary of Federal Programs, A Report of Federal Program Impact on Local Community, FY 1967," Produced by the Information Center, Office of Economic Opportunity, Trusts and Territories

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82

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Alabama, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968-First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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82

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Alaska, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968-First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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82

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Arizona, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968-First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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82

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Arkansas, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968-First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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83

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in California, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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83

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Colorado, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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83

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Connecticut, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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83

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Delaware, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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83

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in District of Columbia, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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83

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Florida, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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84

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Georgia, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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84

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Hawaii, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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84

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Idaho, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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84

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Illinois, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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85

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Indiana, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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85

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Iowa, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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85

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Kansas, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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86

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Kentucky, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity,

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86

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Louisiana, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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86

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Maine, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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86

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Massachusetts, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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87

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Michigan, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

open

87

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Minnesota, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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87

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Mississippi, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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88

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Missouri, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

open

88

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Montana, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

open

88

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Nebraska, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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88

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Nevada, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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88

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in New Hampshire, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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89

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in New Jersey, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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89

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in New Mexico, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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89

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in New York, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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89

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in North Carolina, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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89

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in North Dakota, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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90

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Ohio, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968-First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the office of Economic Opportunity,

open

90

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Oklahoma, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

open

90

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Oregon, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

open

90

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Pennsylvania, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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91

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Rhode Island, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

open

91

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in South Carolina, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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91

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in South Dakota, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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91

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Tennessee, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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92

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Texas, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968-First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity,

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92

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Utah, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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92

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Vermont, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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93

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Virginia, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity,

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93

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Washington, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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93

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in West Virginia, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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93

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Wisconsin, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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94

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Wyoming, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968-First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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94

Booklets: "Federal Outlays in Trusts and Territories, A Report of the Federal Government's Impact by State and County, FY 1968 - First Half," Compiled for the Executive Office of the President by the Office of Economic Opportunity

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95

Creative Federalism

Draft of address to Congress titled "Quality of Government"; Draft proposal from the National Commission on Creativity, September 13, 1965; Reprint of an article from Design News, October 14, 1964, on "Clues to Creativity" by E. W. Schrader and Calvin W. Taylor; a survey of Current Thinking about Creativity by John M. Elliott, July, 1963.

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Booklet: "Institute of the States: A New Strategy for State Initiative" by Terry Sanford, A Study of American States, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, November 15, 1966

Speech given to the National Municipal League, 72nd Annual Conference on Government, November 15, 1966.

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95

Booklets: "Modernizing Local Government to Secure a Balanced Federalism, A Statement on National Policy by the Research and Policy Committee of the Committee for Economic Development, July, 1966"

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95

Federal Task Force on Greater Miami-Cuban Refugee Problem, June 29, 1966

John Gardner was chairman and the government was attempting to resettle most of the refugees outside of Miami and make an effort to strengthen Miami's economic situation through government programs.

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Booklet: The Threatened City, A Report on the Design of the City of New York by the Mayor's Task Force, February 7, 1967.

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95

Council of Economic Advisers, 1964

Lists of possible questions and answers concerning the economy which would be useful for speech writing, October 8, 1964; draft material on economic rights and freedom which was supplied to Richard Harris in connection with the President's speech in Louisville; draft suggestions for Hartford speech, September 24, 1964; more questions and answers on economic issues; suggested speech to the Steel- workers, September 17, 1964; statement by Walter Heller before the Democratic Platform Committee, August 18, 1964; memo concerning federal relief for State-local taxpayers.

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Alphabetical Computer Run-Offs: Priorities 2/3/4, October 5, 1965

Alphabetical listing of individuals involved in health problems in the United States, federal, state and local.

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Geographical Computer Run-Offs: Priorities 2/3/4, October 5, 1965

Geographical listing of the individuals involved in health problems in the United States, federal, state and local.

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95

Occupational Computer Run-Offs: Priorities 2/3/4, October 5, 1965

Occupational listing of individuals involved in health problems in the United States, federal, state and local.

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95

Economic Indicators, September, 1966 and the Carnegie Commission Plan Chart

Pamphlet on Economic Indicators was prepared for the Joint Economic Committee by the Council of Economic Advisers; Carnegie Commission Plan prepared by Educational Television Stations, A Division of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters, March, 1967.

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Science and Technology, 1963

Outline on the Impact of Technology on Economic Activity, dated April 11, 1963; press release outline of address by Dr. J. Herbert Hollomon on science and technology outline of remarks by Dr. J. Herbert Hollomon at the Governor's Conference, July 22, 1963, on the economy and technical resources.

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Booklet: "Men Near the Top: Filling Key Posts in the Federal Service, Supplementary Paper No. 20" issued by the Committee for Economic Development, by John J. Carson and R. Shale Paul, 1966

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95

Council of Economic Advisers, Memo, July 22, 1968

Memo for the President from Arthur Okun, July 22, 1968, with attached paper on improving income maintenance.

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95

Pamphlet: "A Basic Income" by Joseph S. Thompson, President of the International Union for Land Value Taxation and Free Trade, London, and the Henry George School of Social Science, New York

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Booklet: Annual Report for the Year 1966 of the Western Union Telegraph Company

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95

Booklet: "Transportation, One of Man's Basic Needs Served by the Worthington Corporation, 1967"

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Booklet: "Colloquial Colloquies" by Joseph S. Thompson, which means "Simple Talks on Taxation", President of the International Union for Land Value Taxation and Free Trade, London, and the Henry George School of Social Science, New York

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96

Conservation

Material in opposition to the Army Engineer project for the Potomac Basin; memo for McGeorge Bundy concerning the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources.

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[Current Review of Water Resources, Number 1, March, 1965, League of Women Voters of the United States] [Carried as Cater Book Project, May, 1973 - December, 1974]

Material concerning federal departments, agencies, and commissions which offer assistance in planning, development, administration, and use of water and related land resources.

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Booklet: "Annual Report of the Tennessee Valley Authority, 1966"

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96

Highway Beautification (Folder 1 of 4)

Memos concerning the meetings on Beautification; clippings on the Highway Beautification bill; talking points the Citizens' Advisory Committee on Recreation and Natural Beauty; memo on Congressman Kluczynski and the Public Works Committee; memo from Mary Lasker concerning the beautification program; memo concerning conservation education; statement of the Washington Roadside Council, Inc., by Jack B. Robertson at the hearing on the Highway Beautification Act of 1965 (P.L. 89-285); recommendations of the Citizens' Advisory Committee on Recreation and Natural Beauty; letter in answer to Laurence Rockefeller on environmental education.

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Highway Beautification (Folder 2 of 4)

Invitation to the Conference on Scenic Driving, December 11-12, 1967; memo concerning outdoor advertising; copy of annual report to the President and the President's Council on Recreation and Natural Beauty from the Citizen's Advisory Committee on Natural Beauty, June, 1967; problems over the highway bill between the House and Alan Boyd; material on Discover America program; memo on efforts of billboard interests to undercut highway beautification act.

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Highway Beautification (Folder 3 of 4)

Material on the Highway Beautification Meeting, Monday, April 3, 1967; memo on a meeting with beauty lobbyists memo on April 5 hearings in the House Public Works Committee on the Beautification Bill.

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Highway Beautification (Folder 4 of 4)

Background material on the Highway Beautification Bill which was sent to Drew Pearson for a column; memo of a conversation between James Gaither, Dick Royce and Barry Meyer over the beautification bill.

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Booklet: "Society for a More Beautiful National Capital, Inc., Washington, D. C."

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[Article: "The First Attempt to 'Humanize' the Mall: Andrew Jackson Downing's Plan of 1851" by Wilcomb E. Washburn, Curator, Division of Political History, Smithsonian Institution]

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Hard Bound Book: Pennsylvania Avenue, Report of the President's Council on Pennsylvania Avenue, April, 1964 Autographed by Daniel Patrick Moynihan to Doug Cater.

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97

Water for Peace, May 23, 1967

Press releases of the remarks of the President to the Water for Peace Conference, May 23, 1967; drafts of the remarks with suggestions from various departments.

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97

Program: The White House Conference International Cooperation, November 28 - December 1, 1965, Washington, D. C.

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Booklet: "Concept, Conflict and Consensus in America," A Report of the 10th Annual Williamsburg International Assembly, 1966

Douglass Cater spoke on educational system.

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SECRET Memos Concerning State Department Matters [empty]

Material has been removed per classification.

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Booklet: "Some U.S. Government Agencies Engaged in International Activities," Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, U. S. Department of State, Policy Review and Research Staff, November, 1963.

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Booklet: "Annual Report, Council on Foreign Relations, Year Ending, June 30, 1966"

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Booklet: Final Report on Feasibility of the American Partners, Inc. Plan in El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua, Produced for the Industrial Development Division, Bureau of Latin American Affairs, Agency for International Development, Washington, D. C.

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Visa Regulations of Foreign Delegates to Conferences

Memo with attachments from Charles Frankel to Cater concerning the reformulation of existing policy on visa regulations, includes a background paper prepared by the U. S. National Commission for UNESCO and a statement by the Bureau of International Organizations.

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1968 Olympic Games

Memos concerning the exchange of cultural activities between HemisFair '68 and the Olympic Year in Mexico City; memo on U.S. participation in the cultural programs of the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City; comments on possible dance troupes, orchestra and stars which could be sent to Mexico City; letter from Dillon Ripley concerning activities of Smithsonian for the summer of 1968.

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United Nations, 1964

Materials concerning preparations for the International Cooperation Year includes a publication about the Canadian Committee for International Cooperation Year; press release of the President's remarks to the United Nations, December 17, 1963; press release from the State Department of the address by Harlan Cleveland before the Conference Group of U.S. National Organizations on the U.N., "The Political Year of the Quiet Sun"; copy of the State Department's memo of law on Article 19 of the U. N. Charter, February, 1964.

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Reports from UNESCO

Memos concerning the UNESCO 14th General Conference, October 25 - November 30, 1966, from Charles Frankel.

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Miscellaneous Published Materials [re Foreign Relations]

Statement by Senator J. W. Fulbright for the Christian A. Herter Lectures, Johns Hopkins University, May 5, 1966, "The Arrogance of Power"; Statements by Senator Fulbright inserted in the Congressional Record, April 25, 1966, and April 28, 1966.

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Pamphlet: "Peace Is Not a Limited Liability" by Ambassador Harlan Cleveland, The 1967 Stephen A. Ogden, Jr., Memorial Lecture at Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island.

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Booklet: "United States Military Power and Foreign Policy" by Adam Yarmolinsky, The University of Chicago, The Center for Policy Study, November, 1966

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Booklet: "Listening to the World," A Lecture by John Campbell, Head of Monitoring Service, The Fourth of the Fifth Series of Lunch-time Lectures in the Concert Hall at Broadway House, January 18, 1967

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Magazine: Reader's Digest, November, 1965 This issue contains an article which has been circled in red pencil Titled, "Samoa: America's Showplace of the South Seas. "

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Magazine: Columbia Journal of World Business, Graduate School of Business/Columbia University, Volume II, Number 1, January - February, 1967

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Booklet: Japan is One of the Biggest Countries in the World, by Edwin 0. Reischauer, United States-Japan Trade Council, 1966

Reprint from the New York Times Sunday Magazine, October 16, 1966.

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98

Speeches of Vice President Johnson, January 6 - May 17, 1963

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Speeches of Vice President Johnson, May 20 - November 14, 1963

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Speech Background Material (Folder 1 of 2)

Material from R. A. Winnacker, Office of the Secretary of Defense, concerning defense and Columbus Day, October, 1964; clippings pertaining to appointments to S.E.C., August 16, 1964; Report of the Executive Directors, Atlantic Community Development Group for Latin America, April, 1964; compilation of right-wing extremists on officials in the Administration; suggestions sent to Eric Goldman for the President, May 18, 1964; material from Senator Clark, June 19, 1964, which includes a Senate concurrent resolution on the nuclear test ban, remarks before the Planned Parenthood- World Population 50th Anniversary, January 23, 1964, an article, "The Need for Total Disarmament under Enforceable World Law" by Grenville Clark, and a bill report on full employment.

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Speech Background Material (Folder 2 of 2)

Clippings from the New York Review, June 17, 1965; titled "I'd Rather Be Wrong," The Johnson Treatment by Jack Bell reviewed by Irving Howe; booklet from the National War College for guest speakers; copy of a speech by Homer D. Babbridge, Jr., President, University of Connecticut, titled "Peace, Understanding and Education" given at the convention of the National Catholic Educational Association, April 20, 1965; copy of the Baccalaureate Address, "Faith and Secular Learning" delivered by Reverend Walter Ong, at the 82nd Annual Spring Commencement, University of Texas, May 29, 1965; copy of an article from The New Republic, May 1, 1965, titled "Berkeley and Beyond" by Irving Howe; copy of address "Is Poverty Necessary?" by Robert M. Ball at the Commonwealth Club of California, April 16, 1965; transcript of the narration text and dialogue of a new documentary film, "The Hard Way", produced by Transaction magazine and the Radio-TV Film office of Washington University concerning education. January 20, 1965.

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Statements of the President, November 22, 1963 - March 31, 1964

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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Statements of the President, April 3 - May 7, 1964

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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Statements of the President, May 8 - May 30, 1964

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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Statements of the President, June 1 - June 19, 1964

Press release of Presidential statements and remarks.

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Statements of the President, June 20 - June 30, 1964

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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Statements of the President, July 1 - August 6, 1964

Press release of Presidential statements and remarks.

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99

Statements of the President, August 7 - August 27, 1964

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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99

Statements of the President, August 28 - September 20, 1964

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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100

Statements of the President, September 21 - October 6, 1964

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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100

Statements of the President, October 7 - October 9, 1964

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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100

Statements of the President, October 10 - October 16, 1964

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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100

Statements of the President, October 17 - October 30, 1964

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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100

Booklet: "The President Speaks to the People," volume II, Addresses of Lyndon B. Johnson, September 30 - October 15, 1964

open

100

Statements of the President, January 1 - February 2, 1965

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

open

100

Statements of the President, February 3 - March 1, 1965

February 3 - March 1, 1965.

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101

Statements of the President, March 2 - April 1, 1965

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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101

Statements of the President, April 2 - May 4, 1965

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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101

Statements of the President, July 14 - July 29, 1965

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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101

Statements of the President, July 31 - August 11, 1965

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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101

Statements of the President, August 18 - August 31, 1965

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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101

Statements of the President, September 1 - September 15, 1965

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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101

Remarks of the President, November 1, 1964 - January 29, 1965

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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102

Remarks of the President, February 1 - March 1, 1965

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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102

Remarks of the President, March 15 - April 30, 1965

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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102

Remarks of the President, May 1 - 28, 1965

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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102

Remarks of the President, June 1 - July 14, 1965

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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102

Remarks of the President, September 16-18, 1965

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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102

Salute to Congress, October 7, 1965

Includes a booklet concerning the remarks by the President concerning Congress, published by the Democratic National Committee.

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102

White House Press Release, June, 1967

Press releases of Presidential statements and remarks.

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102

President's Press Conference, December 7, 1963 - April 23, 1964

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103

President's Press Conference, April 25, 1964 - July 18, 1964

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103

President's Press Conferences, July 24, 1964 - March 13, 1965

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103

[President's News Conferences, January 16 - August 29, 1965]

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103

[President's News Conferences, February 2 - February 14, 1967]

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103

[President's News Conferences, June 21 - July 7, 1967]

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103

White House Transcripts of Presidential News Conferences, December 7, 1963 - April 11, 1964

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103

White House Transcripts of Presidential News Conferences, April 16 - June 23, 1964

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103

White House Transcripts of Presidential News Conferences, July 10 - August 18, 1964

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104

President's Press Conferences, February 4 - June 1, 1966

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104

President's Press Conferences, June 18 - October 6, 1966

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104

President's Press Conferences, November 3, 1966 - January 17, 1967

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104

Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents, August 2 - December 27, 1965 [Including Annual Index]

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105

"Meet the Press" Transcript, July 26, 1964

Senator Eugene McCarthy was interviewed by Marianne Means, Richard Wilson, Robert Goralski and Tom Wicker with Lawrence E. Spivak as the moderator.

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105

[Democratic National Committee] Political News Summary, October 22 - November 5, 1964

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105

President's Campaign Speeches, 1964, Volume I [September 23 October 8, 1964]

Press releases of Presidential remarks.

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105

President's Campaign Speeches, 1964, Volume I [October 8 - 14, 1964]

Press releases of Presidential remarks.

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105

President's Campaign Speeches, 1964, Volume II [October 27-31, 1964]

Press releases of Presidential remarks.

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105

President's Campaign Speeches, 1964, Volume II [October 15 - 27, 1964]

Press releases of Presidential remarks.

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105

Goldwater-Miller Campaign Speeches, Volume I, August 19 - September 10, 1964

Republican National Committee press releases.

open

105

Goldwater-Miller Campaign Speeches, Volume I, September 11-29, 1964

Republican National Committee press releases.

open

105

Goldwater-Miller Campaign Speeches, Volume II, October 20 - November 2, 1964

Republican National Committee press releases.

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106

Goldwater-Miller Campaign Speeches, Volume II, October 2 - 20, 1964

Republican National Committee press releases.

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106

Newspaper Articles by [Senator Barry] Goldwater

Clippings from newspaper concerning the Presidency; they were drawn from the publication Where I Stand by Senator Barry Goldwater.

open

106

Cultural Leaders (1)

Cards listing addresses of cultural leaders in the United States; correspondence concerning those invited to the Medal of Freedom awards; leaders in arts and letters invited to the Inaugural Ceremony; a declaration by prominent individuals in the fields of arts and letters supporting the Johnson-Humphrey ticket; text of the President's Remarks to the National Council on the Humanities at the White House, March 3, 1966.

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106

Cultural Leaders (2)

Additional lists of cultural leaders and Medal of Freedom winners included on the Presidential Reviewing stand at the Inauguration.

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106

"Names" for the President

Suggestions of individuals to help in the campaign in different states, 1968; list of Kennedy supporters from the arts; list of possible LBJ supporters from the arts field; names of individuals from the science field which might support the Democratic ticket.

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106

Magazine: The Reporter, Vol. 32, No. 2, January 28, 1965

Contains an editorial, "BBJ Begins His Presidency" by Max Ascoli.

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106

Report: Democratic National Committee Report on the Johnson Administration, First Session of the 89th Congress, October, 1965

Material had been in a loose-leaf binder.

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106

Fair Campaign Practices Committee, Inc., 1966

Letters to the President concerning a complaint against him stating he violated the Code of Fair Campaign practices, October 13, 1966; memo from Samuel Archibald, Fair Campaign Practices Committee describing an editing job which had been done on the President's Des Moines speech, June 30, 1966, which made it appear he supported the election of Republicans; statement by John Bailey concerning the complaint by the Republican Campaign Chairman that the President misrepresented the GOP position on Social Security legislation.

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106

Mrs. Johnson's Kentucky Speech, October 5, 1968

Numerous drafts of the speech which sought support of Democratic tickets to continue the Kennedy-Johnson programs; press release of remarks by Mrs. Johnson at the presentation of the annual Albert and Mary Lasker awards to medical journalists, May 10, 1968.

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106

1966 Democratic Fact Book

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107

Outline of Book "To Earn Our Heritage" and Picture by Okamota, 1965

Memo concerning the publication of photographs by Okamota of the President, May 11, 1965; outline of a book to present the President's policies and philosophy edited by Paul Horgan.

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107

Random House - Ridge Press Agreements Concerning the Great Society Book, 1965

Letters concerning proposals for the book from Robert Bernstein; ideas from Paul Horgan and Richard Goodwin

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107

Harry Diamond Book Project, 1965

Materials concerning the President's Book Plan for Children; consultations with foundations for funding.

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107

Correspondence - My Hope For America, Volume I (1)

Memos concerning the syndication of the book to newspapers and magazines; contracts with magazines such as The Saturday Evening Post; preparation of ads for the book; contract with Random House and Hall Syndicate; drafts of sections to be revised; letters concerning earlier titles of the book, President of All the People; comments from others on possible changes in a chapter.

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107

Correspondence - My Hope for America, Volume I (2)

Handwritten notes, drafts and suggestions; contracts for the book; clippings concerning the book; publication titled, "The Nation Speaks Out for the President, Editorial Endorsements of President Lyndon Baines Johnson, 1964", break-down of newspapers by state.

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107

Correspondence - My Hope for America, Volume II (3)

Additional clippings; comments on foreign translations of the book; letters commenting on the book; comments on financing the book; press releases on the book.

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107

Correspondence - My Hope For America, Volume II (4)

Clippings concerning the book; contracts for the book; report on the distribution of the book; distribution of the magazine "The President Speaks."

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107

[Life and My Hope For America]

Arrangements with Life International on handling My Hope For America; copy of Life International, Volume 37, Number 9, November 16, 1964, which contains articles on the President.

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107

Distribution - My Hope For America (1)

Booklets containing addresses of organizations for distribution of My Hope For America such as Year Book of American Churches for 1964.

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108

Distribution - My Hope For America (2)

List made up by the Democratic National Committee for mailing; lists of those receiving books; press release on "The President Speaks"; booklet, "Johnson and Humphrey: Are For The Small Businessman"

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108

Galley Proofs - My Hope For America

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: The War on Poverty

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: Creative Federalism

open

108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: President of All the People

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: The President's Faith and Vision

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: The Demands of Justice

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: The Great Society

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: The Humor of Lyndon Baines Johnson

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: The Communist Threat

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: The Atlantic Partnership

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: The Developing World

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: Peace

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: Strength

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: The Race for Learning

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: The President Speaks to his Party

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: The President Speaks to Business, Labor and Farmers

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: Philosophy

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: Peace

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: Economy

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: Government

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: Poverty

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: Great Society

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: Welfare

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: Strength

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108

President's Book, My Hope For America, Drafts of the Chapter: Natural Resources

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109

President's Book: My Hope For America: [Xerox Copies of Drafts (Folder 1 of 2)]

Pamphlet, "One Nation, One People, Democratic Platform, 1964" published by the Democratic National Convention; xerox copies of drafts of chasers for the book with corrections; publication of excerpts of the President's remarks on April 21, 1964 to a group of editors and broadcasters "...the hand and the heart of this country... published by the Agency for International Development

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109

President's Book: My Hope For America: [Xerox Copies of Drafts (Folder 2 of 2)]

Memos including editorial changes.

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109

Foreign Language Editions - My Hope For America

Three copies of the Swedish edition and two copies of the Dutch edition.

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109

Publicity - My Hope For America

Clippings and articles commenting on the book; two kits titled "Book in the News" put out by Books in the News, Inc., an affiliate of the Hall Syndicate, Inc.

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109

Two Paperback Copies of My Hope For America, published in the United States

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109

Hardback Copy of My Hope For America published in London by Heinemann Press

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109

Three Paperback Copies of My Hope For America, translated into Japanese

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109

One Paperback Copy and Two Hardback Copies of My Hope For America, Sanskrit editions

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109

One Paperback Copy of My Hope For America, Portuguese edition

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110

Two Paperback Copies of My Hope For America, Burmese editions

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110

Two Hardback Copies of A Time For Action and My Hope For America, printed in Italian

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110

one Hardback Copy of A Family Album by Rebekah Baines Johnson, 1965.

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110

Three Paperback copies of This America, A Portrait of a Nation, by Lyndon Baines Johnson

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110

James MacGregor Burns' Book, To Heal and To Build, 1967 (1)

Memos arranging for essays to go in a book of speeches by the President; suggested format of the book; material from the Resources Planning Staff, Responses to Request for Information, January 4, 1968; copy of P.L. 90-129; concerning the Communications Act of 1934; Reprint from Special Analyses Bureau of the Budget, January, 1967, "Federal Education, Training and Related Programs."

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110

James MacGregor Burns' Book, To Heal and To Build, 1967 (2)

Lists of those to send a copy of To Heal and To Build; essay by Eugene Rostow titled, The View From This President's Window: to be edited for possible use in the book by James MacGregor Burns; memo for those individuals contributing essays to the book; letter of suggestions from MacGeorge Bundy; drafts of the book.

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110

James MacGregor Burns' Book, To Heal and To Build, 1967 (3)

Letter from Eugene Rostow-commenting on James MacGregor Burns revision of his essay with the attached revision; letters of congratulations; recommendations of items to be included in the book; lists of legislative achievements by the Administration; essay by Howard K. Smith on the President.

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111

Drafts - July, 1964 - Lady Jackson

Drafts of articles by Lady Jackson (Barbara Ward) "General Notes on a Sense of Direction in Foreign Policy," "Problems of Headlong Urbanization", and suggestions on foreign aid and the civil rights bill.

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111

Hard Bound Book Showing a Proposed Book Jacket Cover, "To Earn Our Heritage, Selected Papers of President Lyndon B. Johnson" edited and with an introduction by Richard Goodwin.

Cover proposed by Albert M. Cetta, McGraw-Hill Book Company, August 30, 1066

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112

Handwritten Notes of Douglass Cater

unprocessed

 

 

 

113

Weekly Appointments Calendar, 1965

Contains a clipping of an article written by Alan Otten, Wall Street Journal, August 18, 1965, titled, "The Men Around LBJ"; The calendar was kept sporadically beginning March 13, 1965, and lasting until September 30, 1965.

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113

Daily Appointment Sheets from a Desk Calendar, 1968

Beginning with October 27 and lasting until December 10, 1968, with incomplete entries.

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113

Daily Appointment Sheets from a Desk Calendar, 1969

Only two entries with a few yellow notesheets.

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113

Notebook Listing Incoming and Outgoing Telephone Calls, August, 1968-January, 1969

Douglass Cater resigned from the office in October, 1968, and Ervin Duggan took his place.

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113

The White House Correspondence Manual, 1961

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113

The Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Telephone Directory, June, 1968

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113

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1967-1969

Materials received after Douglass Cater resigned; promotional materials; materials pertaining to Kathy Andrews, a secretary in Douglass Cater's Office.

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113

Magazine, Medical World News, October 25, 1968

Contains an article, "Health Views of the Candidates."

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