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Dairy and the US Congress

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This collection documents legislative issues relating to dairy such as milk pricing, subsidies, and oleomargarine. Vermont's congressional delegation has a long and active history in matters relating to Vermont's dairy farmers and the dairy industry. George Aiken, Elbert Brigham, James Jeffords, and Patrick Leahy all served on Agriculture committees and their collections document many of the agricultural issues that faced Congress in the 20th Century.

Time Period Covered: 1941-1975 

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Congressional Papers

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George D. Aiken Papers

Published:  November 07, 2006,  University of Vermont, Bailey/Howe Library, Special Collections

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Title:   Dairy Bill Correspondence, 1962

Creator:  Aiken, George D. (George David), 1892-1984.

Date:  1962

Resource type:   text

Topics include correspondence with constituents about President Kennedy's dairy bill; milk production controls and marketing quotas; dairy price supports; milk marketing and promotion; letter from Elmer Town, Vermont Commissioner of Agriculture, concerning producer milk quotas; copy of a letter from Elmer Towne to Carl Vinson, Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, in regard to a bill that would require the Armed Services to recognize state milk pricing regulations; Senate debate on the farm bill, and difficulty of Republican minority in opposing administration backed proposals.

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