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Series I, ss 4, Container list, USDA History Collection

USDA History Collection
Series I, subseries 4. Documentary Files, 1957-1977 (bulk 1957-1977)
[preliminary]

CONTAINER LIST | Scope and Content Note   ||   Collection Map

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Outline: "The United States Department of Agriculture, 1957-1977."

I

I. Economic Conditions
I A. Production changes and trends
I B. Changes in price levels and trends (free market)
I B1. Inflation
I B1a. Commodities
I B1b. Land
I B2. Depressions and recessions
I C. Demand and price forecasts (Proxmire and Ellender Reports)

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I C. Demand and price forecasts (Proxmire and Ellender Reports)
I C1. Agriculture Outlook Conference

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I C1. Agriculture Outlook Conference
I D. Changes in farm income

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I D. Changes in farm income
I D1. Savings
I D2. Debt reduction
I E. Changes in farm size and population
I E1. Part-time farming

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II

II. Purchase for domestic use
II A. Purchases for domestic use

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II A. Purchases for domestic use
II A1. Price support and surplus removal
II A2. School lunch and school milk program

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II A2. School lunch and school milk program
II A3. Donations to low-income groups, food stamp program to 1961, (including bids to process)

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II A3. Donations to low-income groups, food stamp program to 1961, (including bids to process)
II A4. Diversion
II A5. Food stamp program

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II A5. Food stamp program

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II A5. Food stamp program

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II A5. Food stamp program
II B. Purchases for foreign shipment
II B1. Programs under P.L. 480 and Mutual Security Program

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II B1. Programs under P.L. 480 and Mutual Security Program
II B2. Special disaster relief for foreign countries (white fleet)
II C. War on Poverty

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II C. War on Poverty

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II C. War on Poverty

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II C. War on Poverty

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III

III. Production
III A. Production guides and goals
III B. Acreage and marketing controls
III B1. Acreage allotments
III B2. Marketing quotas

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III B2. Marketing quotas
III C. Agricultural labor
III C1. Policies

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III C1a. Wages
III C1b. Migrant workers (including housing)
III C1c. Draft policy
III C1d. Foreign labor
III C1d(1) Mexican
III C1e. Movement of migrant laborers
III C1f. Mobilization of local labor
III C1g. Labor utilization
III C2. Labor agencies
III C2a. Labor agencies within USDA
III C2b. Labor agencies outside USDA
III D. Farm equipment and machinery

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III D. Farm equipment and machinery
III E. Materials for farm production
III E1. Fertilizers
III E2. Insecticides and other chemicals

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III E3. Bagging materials
III E4. Feed
III E5. Seed
III E6. Weed control
III E7. Fuel and energy
III F. Encouraging home production and preservation of foods including home gardens
III G. Eradication and control of plant and animal diseases and pests

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III G. Eradication and control of plant and animal diseases and pests
III H. Contract farming, vertical integration, agri-business

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IV

IV. Price programs
IV A. Price programs of USDA
IV A1. Price-support programs carried out by USDA

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IV A1. Price-support programs carried out by USDA
IV A1a. Loans, including Commodity Credit Corporation purchase agreements, "reseal" programs, and loan extension

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IV A1a. Loans, including Commodity Credit Corporation purchase agreements, "reseal" programs, and loan extension
IV A1b. Incentive payments and indirect subsidies
IV A1b(1) Wheat and cotton certificate programs

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IV A1c. Purchases for price support
IV A1c(1) Section 32 purchases
IV A1c(2) School lunch
IV A1c(3) Programs under P.L. 480
IV A1c(4) Donations for foreign relief
IV A1c(5) Diversion
IV A1d. Feed grain programs
IV A2. Costs of price support and related USDA programs
IV B. Proposals for and recommendations regarding price support programs

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IV B. Proposals for and recommendations regarding price support programs
IV B1. Congressional reactions and recommendations
IV B2. Types of programs recommended
IV B2a. Two-price
IV B2b. Income payments including the Brannan plan
IV B2c. National Agriculture Relations Act (farmer bargaining)

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IV B3. Revisions in parity formula
IV B4. Reactions and recommendations (farmers, farm organizations, economists, and others)

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IV B4. Reactions and recommendations (farmers, farm organizations, economists, and others)
IV C. Price support legislation
IV D. Price control proposals and programs

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V

V. Land use and resource conservation

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V A. Need for and status of conservation
V A1. Forest
V A2. Land
V A3. Water
V B. Changes in land use, including disposition of government land
V B1. Land for recreation
V C. Government programs

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V C. Government programs
V C1. Land
V C1a. Agricultural conservation programs
V C1b. Soil Bank
V C1b(1) Acreage reserve
V C1b(2) Conservation reserve
V C1c. Soil Conservation Service program of technical assistance

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V C1d. Great Plains programs
V C1e. Wind erosion programs
V C1f. Acreage diversion and cropland retirement programs
V C2. Water and watershed
V C2a. Reclamation and irrigation
V C2b. River valley programs and proposals (includes Tennessee Valley Authority)
V C2c. Flood prevention and control
V C3. Products
V C4. Environmental protection programs and proposals

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V C5. Job corps

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VI

VI. Surpluses and surplus management
VI A. Existences of surpluses
VI B. Causes of surpluses
VI C. Effects of surpluses
VI C1. Effects on price
VI C2. Effects on consumption
VI C3. Effects on farm management and farmers plans
VI D. Proposals and plans for surplus disposal
VI E. Management of surpluses
VI E1. Donations to low-income groups
VI E2. Donations to school lunch
VI E3. Diversion
VI E4. Disposition abroad
VI E4a. Sales under P.L. 480

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VI E4b. Other sales (including Commodity Credit Corporation sales lists)
VI E4c. Donations for foreign relief
VI E4d. Barter
VI E5. Domestic sales

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VII. Emergency relief and disaster
VII A. Designation of disaster areas (including drought disaster areas)

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VII A. Designation of disaster areas (including drought disaster areas)
VII B. Emergency loans including economic emergency loans
VII B1. Special emergency loans
VII B1a. Special livestock loans
VII B1b. Production emergency loans
VII C. Hay and feed programs
VII C1. Hay
VII C2. Feed
VII D. Freight rates, changes
VII E. Disaster insurance
VII F. Wind erosion
VII G. Costs of disaster programs
VII H. Soil Bank
VII I. Great Plains
VII J. Programs to aid flood victims
VII K. Programs to aid hurricane victims
VII L. Purchases and purchase orders
VII M. Special drought programs

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VIII

VIII. Marketing and Distribution
VIII A. Marketing

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VIII A. Marketing
VIII A1. Marketing agreements and orders
VIII A2. Changes and marketing techniques including trading stamps
VIII A3. Government service and regulatory programs for industry (including transfer of livestock)

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VIII A3a. Grades and standards
VIII A3b. Inspection and labeling
VIII A3c. Chemicals and other food preservatives
VIII A4. Food promotion campaigns
VIII A4a. Government
VIII A4a(1) Information and promotion (Presidential "E" awards)

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VIII A4a(1) Information and promotion (Presidential "E" awards)
VIII A4a(2) Cooperation and self-help promotion programs, including wool and dairy
VIII A4b. Non-government, includes food trade and farm organization
VIII A4c. Fairs and exhibits
VIII B. Distribution
VIII B1. Stocks and stockpiling
VIII B2. Storage
VIII B3. Transportation
VIII B4. Government distribution programs
VIII B4a. School lunch
VIII B4b. Donations to low-income groups
VIII B4c. Sales by government agencies
VIII B4d. Diversion
VIII B4e. Export control
VIII B4f. Purchase and procurement
VIII B5. Special consumer programs and proposals

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VIII B5. Special consumer programs and proposals
VIII B6. Conservation and rationing proposals and controls
VIII B5a. Conservation
VIII B5b. Rationing

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IX

IX. International aspects of food and agriculture
IX A. International trade in agricultural commodities

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IX A. International trade in agricultural commodities
IX A1. Foreign demand
IX A2. Commodity agreements (international)
IX A2a. Wheat agreement
IX A2b. Sugar agreement
IX A2c. Coffee agreement
IX A2d. Cocoa agreement
IX A2e. Rubber agreement
IX A3. Export programs and controls

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IX A3. Export programs and controls
IX A3a. Export payments
IX A4. Import programs and controls

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IX A4. Import programs and controls
IX A5. Tariff policies
IX A5a. Trade agreements
IX A5b. Common market, September 1962

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IX A5b. Common market, September 1962
IX A5c. European Free Trade Area
IX A5d. Central and Caribbean American Common Markets
IX A5e. Latin American Free Trade
IX A5f. East and Central African Common Market
IX A5g. Yaounde Convention
IX A6. International Trade Conferences and agreements
IX A6a. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT)
IX A6a(1) Kennedy Round
IX A6a(2) 1974 Round
IX A6b. U.N. Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)
IX B. International organizations
IX B1. U.N. other than Food & Agriculture Organization
IX B1a. U.N. Development Programme
IX B1b. World Health Organization
IX B1c. UNESCO
IX B1d. United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
IX B2. Food and Agriculture Organization

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IX B2. Food and Agriculture Organization
IX B2a. World Food Program
IX B2b. Freedom From Hunger Campaign
IX B2b(1) Fertilizer
IX B2c. Indicative World Plan
IX B3. U.S. non-governmental technical assistance programs
IX B3a. Universities
IX B3b. Voluntary groups (formerly Peace Corps)
IX B3b(1) Peace Corps
IX B3b(2) International Voluntary Service
IX B3b(3) Volunteers for International Technical Assistance (VITA)
IX B3b(4) Religious groups
IX B3b(5) CARE
IX B3b(6) Society for International Development
IX B3c. Foundations
IX B3d. Private industry

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IX B3d. Private industry
IX B4. U.S. Government foreign aid
IX B4a. Proposals and recommendations
IX B4a(1) Incentive price policies
IX B4a(2) Material for production, fertilizer, insecticides, seeds, tools
IX B4a(3) Marketing
IX B4a(4) Research
IX B4b. Food for Peace / Food for Freedom (speeches and articles)

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IX B4b. Food for Peace / Food for Freedom (speeches and articles)
IX B4b(1) Self-help programs using P.L. 480 funds
IX B4b(2) Research programs using P.L. 480 funds
IX B4c. Reactions to aid programs
IX B4c(1) Congressional
IX B4c(2) Public
IX B4d. Export-Import Bank
IX B5. USDA programs of technical assistance
IX B5a. Foreign training

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IX B5a. Foreign training

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IX B5a. Foreign training
IX B5b. Experts and consulting missions (see also individual countries)
IX B5c. Operating missions (see also individual countries)
IX B5d. Economic research
IX B5e. Scientific research
IX B5e(1) Plants and plant disease
IX B5e(2) Animal nutrition and disease
IX B5e(3) Nutrition
IX B5e(4) Farm practices
IX B5e(5) Food technology
IX B5e(6) Marketing
IX B5e(7) Foreign research supervised by USDA
IX B6. International congresses on development subjects
IX B6a. Food for Peace
IX B6a(1) Wheat Utilization Commission
IX B6a(1)(a) Far East Commission
IX B6b. World Food Congress

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IX B6b. World Food Congress
IX B6c. Land reform
IX B6d. Conservation
IX B6e. Water
IX B6f. Environment (Stockholm)
IX B7. International advisory commissions and boards
IX B8. Multilateral other than the U.N.
IX B8a. World Bank (International Bank for Reconstruction and Development)
IX B8b. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
IX B8b(1) Development assistance committee
IX B8c. Regional organization
IX B8c(1) Organization of American States (OAS) and Alliance for Progress (formerly Pan-American Union)
IX B8c(1)(a) Inter-American Development Bank
IX B8c(1)(b) IAECOSOC
IX B8c(2) Africa
IX B8c(2)(a) African Development Bank
IX B8c(3) Asia
IX B8c(3)(a) Asian Development Bank

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IX C. Agriculture programs by country
IX C1 Africa
IX C1a. North Africa
IX C1a(1) Algeria
IX C1a(2) U.A.R. - Egypt
IX C1a(3) Ethiopia
IX C1a(4) Libya
IX C1a(5) Morocco
IX C1a(6) Sudan
IX C1a(7) Tunisia
IX C1b. West Africa
IX C1b(1) Cameroon
IX C1b(2) Central African Republic
IX C1b(3) Chad
IX C1b(4) Congo (Brazzaville)
IX C1b(5) Zaire (Kinshasa) formerly Congo (Leopoldville)
IX C1b(6) Dahomey
IX C1b(7) Gabon
IX C1b(8) Ghana
IX C1b(9) Guinea
IX C1b(10) Ivory Coast

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IX C1b(11) Liberia
IX C1b(12) Mali
IX C1b(13) Mauritania
IX C1b(14) Niger
IX C1b(15) Nigeria
IX C1b(16) Senegal
IX C1b(17) Sierra Leone
IX C1b(18) Togo
IX C1b(19) Upper Volta
IX C1c. East Africa
IX C1c(1) Burundi
IX C1c(2) Kenya
IX C1c(3) Malawi
IX C1c(4) Rwanda
IX C1c(5) Somali Republic
IX C1c(6) Tanzania
IX C1c(7) Uganda
IX C1c(8) Zambia
IX C1d. Southern Africa
IX C1d(1) Angola
IX C1d(2) Botswana
IX C1d(3) Lesotho
IX C1d(4) Malagasy Republic
IX C1d(5) Mozambique
IX C1d(6) Republic of South Africa
IX C1d(7) Rhodesia
IX C1d(8) South West Africa
IX C1d(9) Swaziland
IX C2. Asia (including Middle East)
IX C2a. Burma
IX C2b. China (Mainland)
IX C2c. India

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IX C2c. India

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IX C2c. India

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IX C2c. India

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IX C2c. India
IX C2d. Iraq
IX C2e. Iran
IX C2f. Israel
IX C2g. Japan
IX C2h. Korea
IX C2i. Pakistan

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IX C2i. Pakistan
IX C2j. Syria
IX C2k. Thailand
IX C2l. Turkey
IX C2m. Viet Nam

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IX C2m. Viet Nam
IX C2n. Taiwan
IX C2o. Ceylon
IX C2p. Jordan
IX C2q. Afghanistan
IX C2r. Bangladesh
IX C3. Pacific
IX C3a. Australia
IX C3b. Indonesia
IX C3c. Malaysia and Singapore
IX C3d. New Zealand
IX C3e. Philippine Islands
IX C4. Europe
IX C4a. Austria
IX C4b. Finland
IX C4c. France
IX C4d. Germany
IX C4e. Great Britain

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IX C4e. Great Britain
IX C4f. Greece
IX C4g. Italy
IX C4h. Portugal
IX C4i. Spain
IX C4j. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
IX C4k. Yugoslavia

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IX C4l. Poland
IX C4m. Czechoslovakia
IX C5. North America
IX C5a. Canada
IX C5b. Mexico
IX C6. South America
IX C6a. Brazil
IX C6b. Chile
IX C6c. Colombia
IX C6d. Ecuador
IX C6e. Paraguay

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IX C6f. Peru
IX C6g. Argentina
IX C6h. Bolivia
IX C6i. Guyana
IX C6j. Uruguay
IX C6k. Venezuela
IX C6l. South American dependencies
IX C7. Caribbean (formerly territories and independent islands)
IX C7a. Barbados
IX C7b. Cuba
IX C7c. Dominican Republic
IX C7d. Haiti
IX C7e. Jamaica
IX C7f. Puerto Rico
IX C7g. Trinidad and Tobago
IX C7h. Caribbean dependencies
IX C8. Central America
IX C8a. Costa Rica
IX C8b. El Salvador
IX C8c. Guatemala
IX C8d. Honduras
IX C8e. Nicaragua
IX C8f. Panama
IX C8g. British Honduras
IX D. Effect of world food and population problems on American agriculture

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IX D. Effect of world food and population problems on American agriculture
IX D1. Population

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IX D1. Population
IX D2. Food supply including quantity needs and quality needs
IX D2a. Protein sources other than animal
IX D2b. Special processing including bulgur, ghee, C.S.M.

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X

X. Changes in Farm Life (Rural Life)

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X. Changes in Farm Life (Rural Life)
X A. Standards of living and welfare programs
X A1. Social security
X A2. Taxation
X A3. Housing
X A3a. Repairs to buildings and machinery
X A3b. Housing construction
X A3c. Loans
X A4. Rural health

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X B. Education
X C. Minority farm groups

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X C. Minority farm groups
X D. Farmer attitudes and opinions
X E. Farm press
X F. Proposed country life commission
X G. Agricultural Hall of Fame
X H. USDA land grant college centennial

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X H. USDA land grant college centennial
X I. Rural-urban balance

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XI

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XI. Administration of USDA
XI A. Legislation, presidential executive orders and departmental delegations and orders
XI A1. Legislation
XI A1a. Bills introduced and/or proposed legislation

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XI A1a. Bills introduced and/or proposed legislation

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XI A1a(1) Food stamp and surplus distribution
XI A1a(2) Family farm
XI A1a(3) School lunch
XI A1a(4) Low-cost milk (including school milk program)
XI A1a(5) Social Security
XI A1a(6) Marketing agreements
XI A1a(7) Foreign sales and relief and Food For Peace (P.L. 480)
XI A1a(8) Two-Price Plans, wheat, cotton
XI A1a(9) Stockpiling and storage
XI A1a(10) Revisions of parity formula
XI A1a(11) Disaster (including drought)

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XI A1a(12) Acreage allotments, marketing quotas, and carryover
XI A1a(13) Farm programs
XI A1a(14) Foreign and [aid?] other than P.L. 480

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XI A1b. Agricultural Act of 1956
XI A1b(1) Reactions to the acts
XI A1b(2) Proposed amendments (see also IXA1a)

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XI A1c. Price and income support legislation applying to specific commodities (includes Agriculture Act of 1961 and 1962; wheat and cotton)
XI A1c(1) Feed grains
XI A1c(2) Dairy

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XI A2. Executive orders and proclamations
XI A3. Departmental delegations and directives
XI A4. Departmental orders
XI B. Organizations within USDA
XI B1. Reorganizations
XI B1a. Orders
XI B1b. Suggestions and recommendations
XI B1b(1) Hoover Commission
XI B1b(2) Kestenbaum Commission on inter-governmental relations (federal-state "action group")
XI B2. Changes in the secretary's office and general staff of USDA
XI B2a. Staff offices and auxiliary services
XI B2a(1) Solicitor (general counsel)
XI B2a(2) Finance and budget
XI B2a(3) Office of Communication (formerly Information)
XI B2a(4) Office of Personnel

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XI B2a(4) Office of Personnel

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XI B2a(4) Office of Personnel

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XI B2a(4) Office of Personnel
XI B2a(4)(a) Estes, Billie Sol
XI B2a(5) Plant and Operations
XI B2a(6) Office of Hearing Examiners
XI B2a(7) Office of Administrative Management
XI B2a(8) Office of Management Appraisal and Systems Development
XI B2a(9) Office of Internal Audit and Inspection
XI B2a(10) Graduate School
XI B2a(11) Office of Marketing Services

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XI B2a(11) Office of Marketing Services
XI B2a(12) International Agricultural Development Service
XI B2a(13) Foreign Economic Development Service
XI B2a(14) Office of Intergovernmental Affairs
XI B2a(15) Office of Information Systems
XI B2a(16) [Add as needed]
XI B2b. Relations between USDA agencies
XI B2b(1) Inter-agency committees (formerly Interbureau committees)
XI B2b(1)(a) USDA Drought Committee
XI B2b(1)(b) USDA National Defense Board
XI B2b(1)(c) Rural Development Board
XI B2b(1)(d) Young Executives Committee

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XI B2c. The Secretary
XI B2c(1) Secretary Benson, Ezra Taft

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XI B2c(1)(a) Under and Assistant Secretaries under Benson
XI B2c(2) Secretary Freeman, Orville L.

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XI B2c(2) Secretary Freeman, Orville L.

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XI B2c(2) Secretary Freeman, Orville L.

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XI B2c(2) Secretary Freeman, Orville L.
XI B2c(2)(a) Under and Assistant Secretaries under Freeman

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XI B2c(2) Secretary Freeman, Orville L., Personal files. 1963-1968

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XI B2c(2) Secretary Freeman, Orville L., Official Secretary's files. 1964-1966
XI B2c(2) Secretary Freeman, Orville L., Weekly Activity Reports. 1965-1968
XI B2c(2) Secretary Freeman, Orville L., Legislative history. 1961-1968

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XI B2c(2)(a) Under and Assistant Secretaries under Freeman
XI B2c(2)(a) Robertson, Joseph, files

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XI B2c(2)(a) Abel, Martin, Subject files in alphabetical order: Appropriations, Budgets, Committees, Cooperation.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Abel, Martin, Subject files: Domestic, EEC, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Information (Speeches, Articles, Publications), Management ("Organization" and Procedures), Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Personnel, Trade.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Abel, Martin, Subject files: Travel, UN Conference on Trade and Development, Miscellaneous (usually on import/export subjects and agricultural output).

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XI B2c(2)(a) Baker, John A., Chronological files; Subject files on Research and Education, Rural Electrification Administration (REA), Baker speeches.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Baker, John A., Speeches; Trade.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Leonard, Rod, Chronological correspondence file; Memoranda to Secretary Freeman.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Leonard, Rod, Other correspondence (with John Schnittker and George Mehren, among others); Subject files in alphabetical order, A - Consumer services.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Leonard, Rod, Subject files: Co-operative Payments - Food assistance program.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Leonard, Rod, Subject files.: Food for Freedom Act - Oranges.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Leonard, Rod, Subject files: Poultry Inspection - Task Forces; Travel file, each file documenting a specific trip.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Leonard, Rod, Travel file; Testimony file; Speeches file; Meetings file.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Leonard, Rod, Meetings file; Political file.
XI B2c(2)(a) Mehren, George, chronological files, correspondence, memoranda, speeches, and reports, 1963-1968.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Robertson, Joseph, Committees and advisory committees.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Robertson, Joseph, Committees and advisory committees; Congressional reports; Cost reduction.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Robertson, Joseph, Henderson Committee reports.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Robertson, Joseph, Office of Administrative Management, OAM 8, Training in Administrative Management.
XI B2c(2)(a) Robertson, Joseph, Office of Administrative Management, OAM 11, USDA Directory of Organizations and Field Activities.
XI B2c(2)(a) Robertson, Joseph, Office of Administrative Management, OAM 16, Organization Analysis Charts.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Robertson, Joseph, Office of Administrative Management, OAM 16, Organization Analysis Charts.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Robertson, Joseph, Office of Administrative Management, OAM 16, Organization Analysis Charts.
XI B2c(2)(a) Robertson, Joseph, Office of Administrative Management, OAM 25, Manpower Utilization.
XI B2c(2)(a) Robertson, Joseph, Office of Administrative Management, OAM 27, Congressional Report on USDA Organization.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Robertson, Joseph, Office of Administrative Management, OAM 30, Organizational History of USDA and its Agencies.
XI B2c(2)(a) Robertson, Joseph, Office of Administrative Management, OAM 62, Reorganization, Agricultural Economics.
XI B2c(2)(a) Robertson, Joseph, Miscellaneous.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Robertson, Joseph, Reports, Studies and Surveys, Travel.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Robertson, Joseph, Travel.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Robertson, Joseph, USDA Organization.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Robertson, Joseph, USDA Organization.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Schnittker, John, Chronological files. 1962-May 1964

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XI B2c(2)(a) Schnittker, John, Chronological files. June 1964-January 1965

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XI B2c(2)(a) Schnittker, John, Chronological files. January-July 1965

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XI B2c(2)(a) Schnittker, John, Chronological files. August 1965-April 1967

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XI B2c(2)(a) Schnittker, John, Chronological files, August 1967-1968; Departmental History, outline-chapter IV.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Schnittker, John, Departmental History, chapter V-X; Speech file.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Schnittker, John, Subject files: Administration, Civil Rights, Commodities/Price Support.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Schnittker, John, Subject files: Commodities/Price Support.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Schnittker, John, Subject files: Commodities/Price Support, Food for Peace Technical Assistance.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Schnittker, John, Subject files: Food for Peace Technical Assistance, General.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Schnittker, John, Subject files: General.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Schnittker, John, Subject files: General, Marketing, Natural Resources.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Schnittker, John, Subject files: Natural Resources, New Town Task Force, Poverty.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Schnittker, John, Subject files: Poverty.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Schnittker, John, Subject files: Poverty.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Schnittker, John, Subject files: Poverty, Poverty and Rural Development.

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XI B2c(2)(a) Schnittker, John, Subject files: Poverty and Rural Development, "The President and the Department: an Overview."

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XI B2c(2)(a) Schnittker, John, Subject files: Rural Development, Rural Electrification Administration (REA), Farm Ownership Information, 1967

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XI B2c(2)(a) Robertson, Joseph, files
XI B2c(3) Secretary Hardin, Clifford M.

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XI B2c(3)(a) Under and Assistant Secretaries under Hardin
XI B2c(4) Secretary Butz, Earl L.

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XI B2c(4) Secretary Butz, Earl L.
XI B2c(4)(a) Under and Assistant Secretaries under Butz

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XI B2c(4)(a) Under and Assistant Secretaries under Butz
XI B2c(5) Secretary Knebel, John A.
XI B3. Federal-State relations -- agencies of USDA
XI B3a. Agricultural Conservation Programs Service
XI B3b. Agricultural Research Service

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XI B3b. Agricultural Research Service
XI B3c. Farmer Cooperative Service
XI B3d. Federal Extension Service
XI B3e. Forest Service
XI B3f. Soil Conservation Service

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XI B3f. Soil Conservation Service
XI B3g. Cooperative State Experiment Station Service
XI B3h. APHIS
XI B4. Marketing and foreign agriculture agencies of the department
XI B4a. Agricultural Marketing Service
XI B4a(1) Office of the Administrator
XI B4a(2) Commodity Divisions (Marketing Services Divisions)
XI B4a(3) Marketing Research and Statistics Divisions
XI B4b. Commodity Exchange Authority

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XI B4c. Foreign Agricultural Service
XI B4d. Consumer and Marketing Service
XI B4e. Packers and Stockyards Administration
XI B4f. Export Marketing Service
XI B4g. Food and Nutrition Service
XI B5. Agricultural stabilization agencies of USDA
XI B5a. Commodity Credit Corporation

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XI B5a. Commodity Credit Corporation
XI B5b. Commodity Stabilization Service, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service
XI B5c. Federal Crop Insurance Corporation
XI B6. Agriculture credit agencies of USDA
XI B6a. Farm Credit Administration (independent agency since 1953)

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XI B6a. Farm Credit Administration (independent agency since 1953)
XI B6b. Farmers Home Administration
XI B6c. Rural Electrification Administration
XI B6d. Rural Area Development, Public Works Acceleration Program

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XI B6e. Rural Community Development Service / Rural Development Service
XI B7. Agricultural economic research agencies of USDA
XI B7a. Statistical Reporting Service

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XI B7b. Economic Research Service

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XI B7b. Economic Research Service

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XI B7b. Economic Research Service
XI C. Relations with states and counties (cities)

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XI C1. Experiment Stations
XI C2. Extension Service and state colleges of agriculture (including 4-H)
XI C3. Forest Service

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XI C3. Forest Service
XI C4. Soil Conservation Service
XI C5. Farmers Home Administration
XI C6. Agricultural Marketing Service, and Consumer and Marketing Service
XI C7. U.S. territorial possessions
XI C8. State commissioners and departments of agriculture, and governors
XI C9. State legislatures
XI C10. Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committees
XI C11. USDA clubs
XI C12. USDA State and County Defense Boards

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XI C13. Rural Development Security St. Off.
XI D. USDA as a part of the national executive
XI D1. Relations with line departments and defense agencies
XI D1a. Commerce Department
XI D1b. Health, Education and Welfare Department
XI D1c. Interior Department
XI D1d. Labor Department
XI D1e. National Defense
XI D1e(1) Office of Civil Defense
XI D1f. Office of Defense Mobilization, Office of Defense and Civilian Mobilization, Office of Emergency Planning
XI D1g. Federal Civilian Defense
XI D1h. State Department
XI D1h(1). Agency for International Development

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XI D1h(2) Office of Food for Peace
XI D1i. Office of Economic Opportunity
XI D1j. Housing and Urban Development Department
XI D1k. Transportation Department
XI D1l. Rural Affairs Commission
XI D1m. White House Office of Food and Nutrition
XI D1n. Environmental Protection Agency
XI D1o. General Accounting Office
XI D2. Relations to the President

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XI D2. Relations to the President

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XI D2. Relations to the President
XI D2a. Executive Office
XI D2a(1) Budget Bureau, Office of Management and the Budget (OMB)
XI D2a(2) Assistants to Presidents
XI D2a(3) Council of Economic Advisors
XI D2a(4) Food for Peace Director
XI D2a(5) Consumer Council
XI D3. Relations to Congress

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XI D3. Relations to Congress
XI D3a. Agricultural Committees
XI D3b. Appropriation Committees

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XI D3b. Appropriation Committees
XI D3c. Special Investigating Committees
XI D4. Relations to political parties
XI D5. Interdepartmental committees and boards
XI D5a. Advisory Committee on Grain Sanitation
XI D5b. Water Resources Council

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XI E. Relations to organized groups
XI E1. Farm groups
XI E1a. American Farm Bureau Federation

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XI E1a. American Farm Bureau Federation
XI E1b. Farmers Union and Grain Terminal Association
XI E1c. National Grange
XI E1d. Cooperative organizations

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XI E1d. Cooperative organizations
XI E1d(1) National Council of Farmer Cooperatives
XI E1d(2) National Cooperative Milk Producers' Federation
XI E1d(3) National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
XI E1e. National Association of Soil Conservation Districts
XI E1f. National Cotton Council
XI E1g. National Conference of Commodity Organization
XI E1h. National Farmers Organization (NFO)

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XI E1h. National Farmers Organization (NFO)
XI E2. Trade groups (business, labor, including Committee for Economic Development
XI E2a. Inter-Industry Farm Utilization Council
XI E3. Labor groups
XI E4. Civic groups
XI E4a. Religious groups
XI E4b. Consumer groups (Farm-City Week)
XI E4c. National Planning Association
XI E4d. National Farm Institute
XI E5. Advisory committees and task forces
XI E5a. National Agricultural Advisory Commission

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XI E5b. Research and Marketing Advisory Committees
XI E5b(1) Agricultural Research Policy Committee
XI E5c. Industry Advisory Committees
XI E5c(1) Commodity Committees
XI E5c(2) Cold Storage
XI E5c(3) Export
XI E5d. Advisory committees to agencies
XI E5d(1) Rural Electrification Administration
XI E5d(1)(a) Administrators Policy
XI E5d(1)(b) Telephone
XI E5d(2) Commodity Credit Corporation Advisory Board
XI E5d(3) Federal Crop Insurance Corporation Advisory Committee
XI E5d(4) Foreign Agricultural Service
XI E5d(4)(a) Foreign Agricultural Trade
XI E5d(5) Soil Conservation Service
XI E5d(5)(a) Soil and Water Conservation
XI E5d(6) Agricultural Marketing Service and Consumer and Marketing Service
XI E5d(6)(a) School lunch advisors to the secretary
XI E5e. President's bipartisan commission on industrial use of agricultural products
XI E5e(1) Task groups
XI E5f. Rural Areas Development Advisory Committee
XI E6. International boards and committees: filed IX B7
XI E7. National Commission on Food Marketing
XI E8. National Advisory Commission on Food and Fiber
XI E9. National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty
XI E10. Presidential Science Advisory Commission
XI E11. Presidential Farm Policy and Rural Life Commission

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XII

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XII. Research
XII A. Economic research
XII A1. Production research
XII A1a. Production costs research
XII A1b. Pasture and ranch research
XII A2. Marketing research

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XII A2. Marketing research
XII A2a. Research and Marketing Administration projects
XII A2b. Consumption research
XII A2b(1) Household economics research
XII A2b(2) Consumer preferences research
XII A2c. Marketing margins and spreads
XII A2c(1) Marketing costs
XII A2d. Transportation

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XII A2e. Containers and packages
XII A2f. Retail and wholesale services
XII A2g. Cooperatives
XII B. Scientific
XII B1. Commodity
XII B1a. Plant
XII B1b. Animal

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XII B2. Diet and food
XII B3. Smoking and tobacco research
XII C. Conservation
XII D. Utilization and diversion (industrial uses)
XII E. Research management
XII E1. Contract
XII F. Technological advances -- including forestry

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XII F. Technological advances -- including forestry
XII G. Effect of radiation on crops, soil and food
XII H. Environmental protection programs

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XIII

XIII. Credit and crop insurance
XIII A. Farm credit situation
XIII B. Agricultural credit programs
XIII B1. Loans under Farm Credit Program
XIII B1a. Farm mortgage loans
XIII B1b. Land Bank loans
XIII B1c. Protection credit loans
XIII B1d. Loans to cooperatives
XIII B2. Loans under Farmers Home Administration Program
XIII B2a. Veterans loans
XIII B2b. Tenant purchase loans (farm ownership)
XIII B2c. Rural Development Program loans (including low income and family farms)

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XIII B2c. Rural Development Program loans (including low income and family farms)
XIII B2d. Water Facilities Program loans and watershed loans
XIII B2e. Housing loans
XIII B2f. Soil and water conservation loans
XIII B2g. Emergency and disaster loans
XIII B2h. Special livestock loans
XIII B2i. Operating loans
XIII B2j. Cooperative loans
XIII B3. Loans under Rural Electrification program
XIII B3a. Electrification
XIII B3b. Telephone
XIII B4. Price Support and Commodity Credit loans
XIII B5. Storage facility loans
XIII B5a. Loans for dryers
XIII C. Federal Crop Insurance Program

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XIV

XIV. Commodities

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XIV A. Food commodities
XIV A1. Livestock and meat

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XIV A1. Livestock and meat
XIV A1a. Hogs
XIV A1b. Beef
XIV A1c. Fish
XIV A1d. Lamb and mutton
XIV A2. Dairy

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XIV A2. Dairy
XIV A2a. Milk

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XIV A2a. Milk
XIV A2b. Butter
XIV A2c. Cheese
XIV A3. Fats and oils and oilseeds
XIV A3a. Soybeans
XIV A3b. Peanuts

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XIV A3b. Peanuts
XIV A3c. Flaxseed
XIV A3d. Cottonseed
XIV A3e. Castor
XIV A3f. Lard
XIV A3g. Tallow
XIV A3h. Tung nuts
XIV A4. Fruits and vegetables

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XIV A4. Fruits and vegetables
XIV A4a. Potatoes
XIV A5. Poultry products
XIV A5a. Chickens

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XIV A5a(1) Slaughtering
XIV A5a(2) Inspection
XIV A5b. Eggs
XIV A5c. Turkeys
XIV A6. Sugar

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XIV A6. Sugar
XIV A7. Grain and feed grains

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XIV A7. Grain and feed grains
XIV A7a. Wheat

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XIV A7a. Wheat

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XIV A7a. Wheat
XIV A7a(1) Flour
XIV A7b. Corn

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XIV A7b. Corn
XIV A7c. Rice
XIV A7d. Grain sorghum
XIV A7e. Barley
XIV A7f. Oats
XIV A8. Miscellaneous food products
XIV A8a. General
XIV A8a(1) Chicory and coffee
XIV A8a(2) Hops, malted grains, malt syrups
XIV A8a(3) Cocoa beans

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XIV A8a(4) Honey and molasses
XIV A8a(5) Nuts
XIV A8b. Imported
XIV A8b(1) Tea
XIV A8b(2) Spices
XIV A9. Food for industrial use
XIV B. Non-food commodities
XIV B1. Fibers (hemp, flax)
XIV B1a. Commodities
XIV B1a(1) Cotton

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XIV B1a(1) Cotton
XIV B1a(1)(a) Upland
XIV B1a(1)(a) American-Egyptian, long-staple
XIV B1a(2) Flax
XIV B1a(3) Hemp
XIV B1a(4) Wool
XIV B1a(5) Mohair
XIV B1a(6) Kenaf
XIV B1a(7) Sanseviera
XIV B2. Rubber and cinchona
XIV B3. Industrial alcohol
XIV B4. Tobacco

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XIV B4. Tobacco
XIV B5. Rosin and resin (naval stores)
XIV B6. Canaigre

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XIV B7. Lumber and other forest products
XIV B8. Grass and hay
XIV B9. Flowers

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XV

XV. Rural Areas Development

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XV. Rural Areas Development

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XV. Rural Areas Development

XVI

XVI. Defense

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XVI. Defense Activity Reports. 1957-1972

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Addenda
John A. Baker files

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Outline: "Classification for Files of Assistant Secretary Baker"

I (Baker Outline)

I. Natural Resources
I A. Need for and status of natural resource programs
I A1. Forest
I A2. Land
I A3. Water
I A4. Planning
I B. Government Programs
I B1. Land
I B1a. Agriculture Conservation Programs
I B1a(1) Great Plains
I B1a(2) Brush Eradication, Llano, Texas
I B1b. Diversion
I B1b(1) Cropland Adjustment
I B1c. Agriculture Production Capacity
I B1d. Soil Conservation Service Program of Technical Assistance
I B1e. Green Span
I B1f. Policies on public lands
I B1f(1) Black Hills Study
I B1f(2) Removal of summer homes from Forest Service lands
I B1f(3) Grazing on public lands
I B1g. Price Support and Adjustment Programs

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I B2. Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention
I B2a. Reclamation and irrigation
I B2a(1) Strip-mine Reclamation Project
I B2b. Pollution
I B2b(1) Abatement of Pollution in Nations Rivers and Streams
I B3. Forests
I B3a. Timber
I B3a(1) Resolve different in procedures used to appraise timber for sale
I B3a(2) Log exports
I B3b. National Forests multiple uses and sustained yield
I B3b(1) Research
I B3b(2) Roads
I B3b(3) Recreation

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I B3b(3)(a) Private development
I B3b(4) Wilderness and Primitive Areas
I B3b(5) Firefighting
I B3b(6) Exchange of Forest Service Lands
I B3c. Forestry on private lands
I B3d. Urban Forestry Programs
I B4. Credit

II (Baker Outline)

II. Rural-Urban Balance
II A. Origin of concept
II B. Rural Renaissance and Rural Renewal
II C. Development of concept
II C1. Cabinet Level Committee
II C2. Rural-Urban Balance Symposium 12/10-12/67
II D. Problems of acceptance and implementation
II E. Communities of Tomorrow, Task Force and Policy Statements

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II F. Industrial Development of Rural Areas

III (Baker Outline)

III. Family Farm Programs
III A. Stabilizing farm income
III A1. Concept of farm bargaining power
III B. Farmers Home Administration (FHA) loan programs
III B1. With Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO)
III B2. Operating
III B3. Ownership
III B4. Emergency and Disaster Loans
III B5. Loans for Special Commodities
III C. Disaster relief

IV (Baker Outline)

IV. Rural Development Programs
IV A. Housing
IV A1. Housing and urban development
IV A2. Rural housing
IV A2a. Farmers Home Administration loan programs
IV A2b. Housing Research
IV A2c. Self-Help Housing
IV B. Recreation
IV B1. Recreation loans
IV B1a. Farmers Home Administration Recreation Loans
IV C. Community Development
IV C1. Town and country
IV C2. Water and sewer programs
IV C2a. Sewer
IV C2a(1) Farmers Home Administration loans
IV C2b. Water
IV C2b(1) Effluent fees for water pollution
IV C3. Community Development in Special Areas
IV C3a. Georgia
IV C3b. Mississippi
IV C3c. California
IV C3d. North Carolina
IV C3e. Mid-Hudson area
IV C4. Rural District Planning

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IV C4. Rural District Planning, National Advisory Committee on Rural Area Development
IV C5. Beautification
IV D. Rural Areas Development

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IV D. Rural Areas Development
IV D1. Rural Areas Development Program
IV D1a. Rural Areas Development Newsletters
IV D1b. Ten-year plan
IV D1c. History of Area Redevelopment
IV D1d. Appraisals of Rural Areas Development
IV D1d(1) Secretary's Tours
IV D2. Technical Action Panels
IV D2a. Facility
IV D2b. Appraisals of Technical Action Panels
IV D3. Rural Electrification and Telephone Programs
IV D3a. East River Power Cooperative

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IV D3b. Rural Electrification Administration Loans
IV D3b(1) Electrification Loans
IV D3b(1) Electrification Loans, 1964
IV D3b(1) Electrification Loans, 1965
IV D3b(1) Electrification Loans, 1966
IV D3b(1) Electrification Loans, 1967
IV D3b(2) G[eneration] &Trans[mission] Loans
IV D4. Rural Fire Protection
IV D5. Rural Labor

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IV E. Cooperatives
IV E1. Organizing Co-ops
IV E2. Loans to Co-ops
IV E3. Taxes
IV F. Rural mobility
IV G. Research
IV H. Education

V (Baker Outline)

V. Anti-Poverty Programs
V A. Congressional attack on Poverty Programs
V B. Research
V B1. Secretary's Rural Poverty Tour
V C. Job Corps Activities and Summer Camps for Disadvantaged Youth
V C1. Weekly Reports
V C2. Mobile Structures
V D. Adjustment of programs in response to pressures
V E. Health
V E1. Environmental Health and Related Problems
V G. Outreach
V G1. Farmers Home Administration

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V G2. Rural Community Development Service
V G3. Technical Action Panels
V H. Poverty Programs in Special Areas
V H1. Mississippi

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VI (Baker Outline)

VI. Department as Part of the National Government
VI A. Legislation and Executive Orders
VI A1. Legislation
VI A1a. Proposed Legislation
VI A1a(1) National Service Corps
VI A1a(2) Small Reclamation Projects Act
VI A1a(3) Watershed Projects
VI A1a(4) Sawtooth National Forest
VI A1a(5) Redwood Park Bill

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VI A1a(6) Rural Electrification Administration Supplemental Financing
VI A1a(7) Land Use Planning and Development Act
VI A1a(8) Bargaining Bill 1967
VI A1a(9) Taos Indian Bill
VI A1a(10) Community Development District Bill

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VI A1a(11) Rural Electrification Administration Bank Proposal
VI A1a(12) Strip Mining Bill
VI A1a(13) Legislation Needed to Abate Pollution
VI A1b. Legislation Enacted
VI A1b(1) Agriculture Fair Practices Act 1967 (S. 109)
VI A1b(2) San Rafael Wilderness Act 1968
VI A1b(3) Electric Power Reliability Act of 1967
VI A1b(4) Consolidated Farmers Home Legislation
VI A1b(5) Agricultural Act of 1961
VI A1b(6) Food and Agriculture Act 1962

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VI A1b(7) Housing and Urban Development Act 1965

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VI A1b(8) Human Resources Development Act 1964
VI A1b(9) Economic Opportunity Act of 1964
VI A1b(9)(a) Proposed Draft
VI A1b(9)(b) Revised Draft
VI A1b(9)(c) Background Material
VI A1b(10) Appropriation Act of 1964
VI A1b(11) Participation Sales Act of 1966
VI A1b(12) Disaster Relief Act of 1965
VI A1b(13) Federal Aid Highway Act of 1968
VI A2a. Proposed Executive Orders
VI A2b. Executive Orders
VI A2b(2) Establishing President's Committee on Rural Poverty and National Advisory Commission of Rural Poverty
VI A3. Departmental Delegations, Directives, and Memoranda
VI A3a. Secretary
VI A3b. Under Secretary
VI A4. Speeches
VI A4. Speeches, 1961
VI A4. Speeches, 1962
VI A4. Speeches, 1963

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VI A4. Speeches, 1964
VI A4. Speeches, 1965
VI A4. Speeches, 1966
VI A4. Speeches, 1967
VI A4a. Assistant Secretary for Rural Development and Conservation
VI B. Organization within the Department
VI B1a. Proposed changes in name and functions of the Department
VI B1a(1) Department of Natural Resources
VI B1b(1) Memorandum of understanding between Forest Service, Agricultural Research Service, and Soil Conservation Service on River Basin Planning for Potomac
VI B1e. Personnel
VI B1f. Budget
VI B1g. PPB

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VI B2. Rural Development and Conservation Agencies
VI B2a. Forest Service
VI B2a(1) Forest Service Legislative Programs
VI B2a(2) Board of Forest Appeals
VI B2a(3) Bi-weekly Reports
VI B2b. Farmers Home Administration and Farm Security Administration
VI B2b(2) Farm Security
VI B2b(3) Farmers Home
VI B2b(3)(a) Knox-Lincoln Development Complex
VI B2b(3)(b) Budget and Funds
VI B2b(3)(c) Location of State and County Offices
VI B2b(3)(d) Bi-weekly Reports
VI B2b(3)(e) State Directors
VI B2c. Farmers Cooperative Service
VI B2c(1) Miscellaneous correspondence

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VI B3c(2) Bi-weekly Reports
VI B2d. Rural Electrification Administration
VI B2d(1) Financing Study Report, July 1965
VI B2d(2)(a) Southern California Edison Company
VI B2d(3) Miscellaneous Correspondence
VI B2d(4) Secretary's Memoranda on Rural Electrification Administration
VI B2d(5) Bi-weekly Reports
VI B2e. Rural Community Development Service
VI B2e. Rural Community Development Service, Poverty and Rural Development
VI B2e. Rural Community Development Service, "Towards a World without Hunger"
VI B2e(1) Rural Areas Development Reporting System

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VI B2e(2) Reorganization
VI B2e(3) Bi-weekly Reports
VI B2e(4) State Directors
VI B2f. Soil Conservation Service
VI B2f(1) Miscellaneous correspondence
VI B2f(2) Bi-weekly Reports
VI B3b. Task Forces and Boards
VI B3b(1) Communities for Tomorrow
VI B3b(2) Rural Areas Development Board
VI B3b(3) Small Farms and Farmers
VI B3b(4) Resources in Action
VI B3b(5) Ag/2000 Task Force
VI B3b(6) Program Review Board
VI B3b(8) Task Force on Administration of Rural Renewal Demonstration Programs
VI B3b(10) Task Force on Quality of the Environment

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VI B3b(11) Task Force on Migratory and Other Farm Workers
VI B3b(12) Task Force on Electric Power
VI B3c. States, Counties, and Cities
VI B3c(1) College and Experiment Stations
VI B3d. Nutrition Programs
VI B3e. Relations with the Federal Extension Service
VI B4. Relations with other Departments and Agencies
VI B4a. Interior
VI B4a(1) Minnkota Loan Application for Federal Power System
VI B4a(2) Power Right of Ways
VI B4a(3) Resources and Recreation
VI B4a(4) Boundary Waters Canoe Area
VI B4a(5) Kennecott Copper Corporation, Glacier Park Wilderness
VI B4a(5)(a) North Cascades Study
VI B4a(6) Land Exchange
VI B4a(7) National Parks

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VI B4b. Office of Economic Opportunity
VI B4b(1) USDA-Office of Economic Opportunity Letter of Understanding, February 1967
VI B4b(2) Farmers Home Administration Participation in Office of Economic Opportunity
VI B4c. Department of Housing and Urban Development
VI B4c(1) Cooperation on District Planning
VI B4d. Department of Transportation
VI B4e. Labor Department
VI B4f. Department of Commerce
VI B4f(1) Economic Development Administration
VI B4f(2) Memorandum of Agreement US Department of Commerce-USDA
VI B4f(5) AREA Redevelopment Administration
VI B4g(1) Interstate Commerce Commission vs. Northwest Agriculture Coop.
VI B4g(2) Colorado-UTE Electrical Association (not a public utility)
VI B9a(3) Cooperative
VI B9a(3)(a) Cooperative Taxation
VI B9a(3)(b) Cooperative motor-truck exemptions in Interstate Commerce
VI B9a(4) National Grange
VI B9b. Civic Organizations
VI B9b(1) Town and Country Alliance
VI B9c. Poverty Organizations

Box 1.4/A-21
VI B9c(1) Poor People's Campaign
VI B9f. Professional Organizations
VI B9g. Industry and Labor Organizations
VI B9g(1) Timber
VI B9h. Advisory Committees and Task Forces
VI B9h(1) Task Force on Rural Health Pilot Projects
VI B9h(4) Task Force on Outreach
VI B9h(5) Agriculture and Rural Life Task Force
VI B9h(7) Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations
VI B9h(8) Northern Great Lakes Resources Development Committee
VI B9i. Presidential Commissions
VI B9i(1) Commission on Rural Poverty

Box 1.4/A-22
VI B9i(2) President's Committee on Rural Poverty and a National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty
VI B9j. National conferences
VI B9j(1) Land and People's Conference
VI B9j(3) National Rural Electric Cooperative Association

VII (Baker Outline)

VII. International Relations
VII A1. Water for Peace

VIII (Baker Outline)

VIII. Civil Rights

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Addenda
Temporary addenda boxes

Materials to be inserted at designated places in other boxes when full processing of the subseries begins.

[ 1.4/Addenda 1 ]
XI B3. Federal State relations (state agricultural reports) [insert in box 1.4/82]
XI B4d. Consumer & Marketing Service [insert in box 1.4/85]
XI B6b. Farmers Home Administration, TAP manual [insert in box 1.4/87]
XI E5. Advisory Committees [insert in box 1.4/103]
XI E5a. National Agricultural Advisory Committee (NAAC) [insert in box 1.4/103]

[ 1.4/Addenda 2 ]
XI D. USDA as part of national executive, Committee on Program Review and Evaluation, (Trelogan Committee). [insert in box 1.4/94]
XI E5g. Task force on low-income farms (2 ff.) [insert in box 1.4/104]
XI E9. National Advisory Committee on Rural Poverty (2 ff.) [insert in box 1.4/104]

[ 1.4/Addenda 3 ]
II A5. Food Stamp program, publicity scrapbooks [4 binders] [insert in box 1.4/10]
XIV A7a Wheat program [1 binder] [insert in box 1.4/121]

[ 1.4/Addenda 4]
XI E1a. Farm Bureau [insert in box 1.4/101]

[ 1.4/Addenda 5 ]
XI E5f. Rural area development advisory committee [insert in box 1.4/104]

[ 1.4/Addenda 6 ]
IX B2a. UN Food Bank, World Food Program [insert in box 1.4/40]
IX C2i. Pakistan Milk Survey Program [insert in box 1.4/52]
XI B2c(3) Secretary Hardin, Clifford M., Listening Conference . . . (4 ff.)
XI B2c(3) Secretary Hardin, Clifford M., policy notes. 1971 (1 f.) [insert all Hardin material in box 1.4/80]
XI D5c. Interagency Committee on Agricultural Surplus Disposal (Francis Committee) (3 ff.) [insert in box 1.4/99]

[ 1.4/Addenda 7 and Addenda 8 ]
XI B5b. Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, Wheat and Feed programs [insert in box 1.4/86]

[ 1.4/Addenda 9 and Addenda 10 ]
XI B5b1. Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, Emergency Preparedness Division. [insert in box 1.4/86]

[ 1.4/Addenda 11 ]
IX E. Trade and Development papers. [insert in box 1.4/58]

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