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  • Collection: Dole Archives, Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics

July 1966 monthly report for the Foreign Operations and Government Information Subcommittee of the House Committee on Government Operations. This report notes on page 7 that on July 4, 1966, the President signed into law (P.L. 89-487) S. 1160, the…

The article describes the U.S. decision on continued foreign aid and agricultural assistance to India after the Congressional Delegation traveled to that country. The grain shipments to India would end on January 1, 1967 if President Johnson did not…

Members of the Congressional Delegation during a briefing at the Port of Madras, one of the principal unloading points for grain and fertilizer shipments from the United States.

Congressman Robert J. Dole at Tiruchi Airport wearing a garland of roses presented to him by local farmers who came to the airport to meet him and his colleagues.

Children crowding around Congressman Robert J. Dole were given pieces of candy by the friendly Kansas legislator.

Congressmen Poage and Dole wearing garlands just presented to them by local villagers in Purnea district, Bihar State. They are shown in a paddy field on newly irrigated land.

Members of the Congressional Delegation in Tanjoke District, Madras State, in front of a ceremonial tent where they met with farmers and village workers.

Members of the Congressional Delegation at Purnea Airport where they inspected the Bihar State Armed Constabulary guard of honor.

Senator Miller, Congressman Poage and Congressman Dole enjoy a drink of fresh coconut milk during a meeting with rice farmers in Tanore District, Madras State. The Congressmen are wearing garlands of roses presented to them by local farmers.

The Congressional Delegation sits inside a tent wearing garlands
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