National Federation of Grain Cooperatives records, 1946-1976.


National Federation of Grain Cooperatives. National Federation of Grain Cooperatives records, 1946-1976.

National Federation of Grain Cooperatives records, 1946-1976.

Legislation; congressional committee hearings, comments, and press releases regarding agriculture law and legislation; press releases of farmers' associations; correspondence concerning laws, taxation, etc.; material on cooperatives and associations; records of commodity prices; newsletters, reports, memos, etc. concerning import quotas; material on the Uniform Grain Storage Agreement; and other records of agricultural associations and laws and regulations affecting agriculture. Persons named in the records include Martin Abraham Abrahamsen, Dean Acheson, George David Aiken, Carl Bert Albert, John A. Baker, Louis Hyman Bean, Ezra Taft Benson, Walter C. Berger, John Bird, Mortimer Maxwell Caplin, John Alexander Carroll, J.M. Chambers, Willard W. Cochrane, Lloyd H. Davis, Douglas Dillon, Robert J. Dole, Paul Douglas, Milton Stover Eisenhower, Paul L. Farris, William Farris, Orville L. Freeman, Guy Mark Gillette, H.D. Godfrey, Roy F. Hendrickson, Hubert Humphrey, Dr. A. Ladru Jensen, C. Warner Johnson, Edwin Clark Johnson, Lyndon B. Johnson, Robert Samuel Kerr, William Leonard Langer, Catharine May, Fred Maywald, Eugene J. McCarthy, Wilbur D. Mills, Karl E. Mundt, Charles S. Murphy, Lawrence F. O'Brien, Albert H. Quie, Don L. Short, Edward John Thye, Thomas F. Toohey, Horace Jeremiah Voorhis, Henry Agard Wallace, John Clarence Watts, and Jamie L. Whitten.

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