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Don Hunter, Representative Ben Reifel, and Merle Flyger

Representative Ben Reifel meets with Don Hunter of Centerville, South Dakota and Merle Flyger of Hurley, South Dakota to talk about the sugar beet industry in South Dakota, Representative Reifel holds a bowl of sugar cubes for Hunter and Flyger to put in their coffee

Glenn Martz Radio Interview

Glenn Martz from Washington, D.C., publisher of 'The Lowdown on Farm Affairs' interview at KOTA radio station in Rapid City, South Dakota. Martz revisits a speech he gave in Rapid City, South Dakota about socialism and communism in the United States. Martz discusses the Farmers Union and cooperatives connections to communism. He claims the Farmers Union has been infiltrated by communists.

Indian Council Fire Achievement Award Ceremony in 1971

Dr. Ned A. Hatathli, President of Navajo Community College, received the 1971 Indian Council Fire achievement award from Ben Reifel; from left to right: Dr. Ned A. Hatathli; Louis R. Bruce, Commissioner of Indian Affairs; Ben Reifel, director, Office of Indian Programs, National Parks Service; Elmer Bennett, Arrow Inc.

Indian Council Fire Achievement Award Ceremony in 1971

Indian Council Fire Achievement award ceremony held at the National Aviation Club in Washington, D.C., Dr. Ned A Hatathli is the 1971 Indian Achievement award winner; from left to right: Ben Reifel, director, Office of Indian Programs, National Park Service; Leo W. Vocu, executive director, National Congress of American Indians; Louis R Bruce, Commissioner of Indian Affairs; Dr. Ned A. Hatathli, President of Navajo Community College; Forrest Gerard, director, Office of Indian Affairs, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; Tom Colosino Director or Arrow Inc.; Hon. Virgil L. Kirk, Chief Justice, Navajo Tribal Courts; Elmer Bennett, Arrow Inc.

Indian Council Fire Achievement Award Ceremony in 1971

Dr. Ned A. Hatathli, President of Navajo Community College, received the 1971 Indian Council Fire achievement award; from left to right: George Lavatta, Special Assistant to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs; Ben Reifel, director, Office of Indian Programs, National Park Service; Louis R. Bruce, Commissioner of Indian Affairs; Dr. Ned A. Hatathli, President of Navajo Community College; Leo W. Vocu, executive director, National Congress of American Indians; Forest Gerard, director, Office of Indian Affairs, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare

Interior Department Distinguished Service and Valor awardees in 1961

Distinguished Service and Valor awardees and the Secretariat - 25th Honor Awards Convocation - Interior auditorium; Left to Right - Top Row: Captain Matthew V. Carson, Jr., USN, Office of the Secretary; Joseph V.B. Wells, Geological Survey; Christopher J. San Fellipo, Geological Survey; Paul Zinner, Bureau of Mines; Ulric J Gendron, Bureau of Reclamation; William M. Deaton, Bureau of Mines; James Westfield, Bureau of Mines; Elmer P. Myers, Bureau of Indian Affairs; John S. Knowles, Bureau of Land Management; George L. Collins, National Park Service; Charles E. Peterson, National Park Service; A. Clark Stratton, National Park Service; Dick Sutton, National Park Service; Left to Right - Front Row: Floyd H. Phillips, Bureau of Indian Affairs; Alphonse Kemmerich, Bureau of Commercial Fisheries; Administrative Assistant Secretary Beasley; Andrew W. Anderson; Bureau of Commercial Fisheries; Monty Wilcox; Louise A. Wilcox; Orpha R. McPherson, Bureau of Indian Affairs; Secretary Udall; Clara B. Gonzales, Bureau of Indian Affairs; Assistant Secretary Carver; Assistant Secretary Holum; Fannibelle Jackson, Bureau of Land Management; Under Secretary Carr; Assistant Secretary Briggs; Benjamin Reifel, Bureau of Indian Affairs; Father John G. Kuhn, Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle

National Farmers Union 1967 Convention, Part 2

Continuation of National Farmers Union 1967 Convention, Part 1 (MA012-AV-0010_01). National Farmers Union president Tony Dechant at the National Farm Press Conference in Washington, D.C. He discusses the crisis in agriculture, the Agricultural Adjustment Act in regards to dairy imports, direct payments to farmers, and production control. He also give his support to the Fair Farm Budget Act which introduces to Congress by Senator Mondale of Minnesota.

National Farmers Union Weekly Radio News Report from Washington, D.C.

National Farmers Union Weekly Radio News Report from Washington, D.C., presented by Victor Ray, Director of Public Affairs for the National Farmers Union. Topics of the news report are cuts in wheat acreage for 1970, cuts to international grains prices to Japan and South America, wheat prices, farm policy, price supports, and changes to the federal reclamation law proposed by Senator George Murphy of California.

Portrait of Senator Karl Mundt in 1961

Signed portrait from Senator Karl Mundt to Representative Ben Reifel: To Ben Reifel, A great campaigner with a bright congressional future. You are a real credit to our native state of South Dakota. Karl E. Mundt, U.S. Senate Jan. 16, 1961

Representative Ben Reifel

Representative Ben Reifel and an unknown man in Washington, D.C.; there is illegible writing in the bottom right hand corner of the image

Representative Ben Reifel and Alice Reifel with constituents on the steps of the US Capitol in 1964

Representative Ben Reifel and Alice Reifel with constituents on the steps of the US Capitol. Back row Ben Reifel, Sister Esther, Karl Mundt, Elsie Nelson, Mrs. Glen Hilland. Second row: Mrs. Niels Weber and daughter, Mrs. McGovern, Mrs. Mundt, Alice Reifel, Mrs. Pat Harvey. Front row: Niels Weber, Sister Elizabeth Ann

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