MILTON CLINE GARBER COLLECTION
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Series 2: Subject Files for Speeches, 1933-1947 (continued)

F 1: Labor (n.d., 1944-1946).

a. Speech: E. H. Moore (U.S. Senator - Oklahoma): "Labor - and the Responsibility of Congress" (November 8, 1945). In the U. S. Senate.
b. Reprint: P. T. Sheldrick: "The Drive for Guaranteed Annual Wages." From the Magazine of Wall Street (December 9, 1944).
c. Teletype Sheet: re: Steelworkers Union and the possibility of a strike (n.d.).
d. Reprint: Thomas L. Godey: "Weighing Today's Labor Demands on Our Postwar Economy." From the Magazine of Wall Street (March 31, 1945).
e. Clippings: re: various topics (different labor unions and the possibility of strikes) (1945-1946).

F 2: Labor (n.d.).

Clippings: re: various topics (arbitration, A.F.L., C.I.O., etc).

F 3: League of Nations (1946).

Clippings: re: disbandment of the League.

F 4: Liberated Countries (n.d.).

Clippings: re: policies to be followed in post-war Europe (Speeches, reports, friction between Allies, etc).

F 5: Littel, Norman and Frances Biddle (n.d.).

Clippings: re: investigation of Attorney-General Francis Biddle (accusations brought by Assistant Attorney-General Norman Littel).

F 6: London Conference (n.d.).

Clippings: re: United Nations, Balkans.

F 7: May-Johnson Bill (n.d.).

Clipping: "Civilian Atomic Control Favored" (n.d.).

F 8: Meat Rationing (1944-1946).

Clippings: re: possibility of meat rationing, lifting of government controls on meat, Congressional blame for shortage, soaring meat prices, government subsidies, new control plans, etc.

F 9: Medical Health Legislation (n.d., 1940, 1944-1946).

a. Release: Office of Community War Services: re: venereal diseases (November 9, 1945).
b. Release: National Physicians Committee for the Extension of Medical Service: re: health insurance (April 23, 1945).
c. Pamphlet: National Physicians Committee for the Extension of Medical Service: "An Editorial to Editors" (November 12, 1940).
d. Booklet: National Physicians Committee for the Extension of Medical Service: "The American People: What They Think - About Doctors, Medical Care and Prepayment Plans" (1944).
e. Clippings: re: various health plans, statements, and the possibility of socialized medicine (1944).
f. Photographic mats and actual newspaper photo clippings (n.d.).

F 10: Military Forces (1946).

a. UP Teletype: re: military crimes and courts (April 20).
b. Clippings: re: status of military, budget cuts, draft, new uniforms, and promotions (1946).

F 10b: Miscellaneous (n.d., 1943, 1946).

a. Pamphlet: Malcolm McDermott: "While Free Men Slept" taken from address before North Carolina State Bar (October 22, 1943).
b. Three pamphlets: George S. May Foundation: "Production Weapons", "Making Money in the Milling Industry", "Business Engineering in the Shipyards" (ca. 1943).
c. Clippings: re: Works Progress Administration, savings, Germany, Japanese policy, Manhattanville Social Center, war contracts, executive procedure, the four horsemen, socialism, community chest, Jackson County (Oklahoma), immigration, Theodore Bilbo, and Eugene Talmadge (n.d., 1946).

F 11: Montgomery Ward (n.d., 1944).

a. Speech: E. H. Moore (U. S. Senator - Oklahoma): "The Montgomery Ward Case and the Constitution" (May 27, 1944). Delivered over the Columbia Radio Network.
b. Pamphlet: Republican National Committee: "It Can't Did Happen Here" (n.d.).
c. Speech: Albert W. Hawkes: "Seizure of Montgomery Ward Plant" (May 4, 1944). Congressional Record Extract.
d. Clippings: re: seizure of Montgomery Ward and subsequent legal action (1944).

F 12: Mother's Day (n.d.).

Statement: A. McK. Griggs: "Mother's Day" (n.d.).

F 13: National Association of Manufacturers (1947).

Newsletter: National Association of Business: "NAM News", XV, No. 44 (November 1, 1947).

F 14: Office of Price Administration (1944-1945).

a. Speech: E. H. Moore (U. S. Senator - Oklahoma): "The OPA Is Wrong in Principle, Contrary to Our Constitution, and Repugnant to Americanism" (June 6, 1945). In the U. S. Senate.
b. Clippings: re: activities of the OPA (1944).

F 15: Oklahoma Business Matters (n.d., 1944).

a. Bulletin: "Oklahoma Business Bulletin", X, No. 2 (February 1944).
b. Statement: Arthur L. Price: "Oklahoma Personnel Government" (n.d.).
c. Clippings: re: business activity in the nation (n.d.).

F 16: Oklahoma Planning and Resources Board (n.d, 1943).

a. Correspondence: re: compilation of statistics.
b. Clipping: "Industrial Opportunity Knocks at Door of South, Kerr Says" (n.d.).

F 17: Otjen, W. J. (n.d., 1944).

a. Correspondence: re: letter from William H. Murray.
b. Radio Address: W. J. Otjen: no title (n.d.).
c. Speech: W. J. Otjen: no title (October 23, 1944). Given at Ponca City.
d. Clippings: re: Otjen Senatorial Campaign (1944).

F 18: Owen, Robert L. (n.d.).

Clippings: re: Robert L. Owen (n.d.).

F 19: Pacific Theatre of War (1945).

Clippings: re: Philippines, Japan, MacArthur, U. S. Navy, etc. (1945).

F 20: Paris Conference (1946).

Clippings: re: U. S. delegation, Arthur Vandenburg, Tom Connally, J. F. Byrnes, Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov, British Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin, etc. (1946).

F 21: Pauley Oil Scandal (1946).

Clippings: re: Pauley Oil trade with Japan before World War II, oil stealing, manipulations in California, nomination for Undersecretary of the Navy, withdrawal of nomination, mission to Far East, etc. (1946).

F 22: Peace Conferences (n.d., 1945-1946).

a. Newsletter: National Council for Prevention of War, Washington, D. C.: "Peace Action", XII, No. 1 (January 1946).
b. Booklet: United States News: "The United States and the Peace, Part I (August 14, 1941, to March 5, 1945" (n.d.).
c. Clipping: "Plan for Peace" (n.d.).

F 23: Pearl Harbor (n.d., 1944).

a. Statement: "Statement of the Secretary of War Regarding the Pearl Harbor Disaster" (December 1, 1944).
b. Transcript: Navy Court of Inquiry: Finding of Fact (n.d.).

F 24: Pearl Harbor (1944-1946).

a. Pamphlet: John T. Flynn: "The Truth about Pearl Harbor" (October 17, 1944).
b. Magazine: United States News: Full Text of the Official Reports Concerning the Attack on Pearl Harbor (September 1, 1945).
c. Magazine: United States News (December 14, 1945).
d. Magazine: Newsweek (April 8, 1946).

F 25: Pearl Harbor (1944).

a. Teletype: re: Pearl Harbor investigation (January 10, 1942).
b. Clippings: re: war guilt, Admiral Kimmel, investigations, Senator Harry Truman, General Short, George C. Marshall, Cordell Hull, J. F. Byrnes, etc. (1944).

F 26: Pearl Harbor (1944).

Clippings: re: possible cover-up, files, top secret data, Black Market plots, silence of F.D.R., possible British pact, etc. (1944).

F 27: Pearl Harbor (1944-1946).

Clippings: re: investigations, secret findings, responsibility, possible courts-martial, condition of fleet, etc. (1944-1946).

F 28: Pearl Harbor (n.d.).

Clipping: re: investigations, defense of General Short and Admiral Kimmel, Marshall letters to Dewey, etc. (n.d.).

F 29: People's Forum - Enid Morning News (1945).

Clippings: Letters to "People's Forum" in the Enid Morning News. Contest for best letter.

F 30: People's Forum - Enid Morning News (1946).

Clippings: Letters to "People's Forum" in the Enid Morning News. Contest for best letter.

F 31: People's Forum - Enid Morning News (1946).

Clippings: Letters to "People's Forum" in the Enid Morning News. Contest for best letter.

F 32: Phillips, Leon C. (1944).

Clippings: re: conspiracy trial of former Oklahoma governor Leon C. Phillips (1944).

F 33: Polio (n.d., 1945).

a. Statistical Data: re: polio (n.d.).
b. Release: National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis: re: Mrs. Truman and infantile paralysis (December 30, 1945).
c. Release: National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis: re: medical costs for polio victims (December 27, 1945).
d. Form Letter: Frederick W. Maguire: re: pamphlet about poliomyelitis.
e. Pamphlet.

F 34: Polish Boundary Question (n.d., 1944-1945).

a. Reprint: Bertram D. Wolfe: "Poland: Acid Test for a People's Peace" (n.d.). From Common Sense.
b. Pamphlet: Polish Labor Group: "Poland Fights", IV, No. 76 (December 20, 1944).
c. Pamphlet: Polish Labor Group: "Poland Fights", V, No. 78 (February 15, 1945).
d. Clippings: re: Polish Boundary Dispute (1944).

F 35: Politics (1944-1946).

a. Pamphlet: Fred Witman: "Presidential Possibilities of 1944" (1944).
b. Clippings: re: power politics, campaigns, election of 1944, etc. (1944-1946).

F 36: Potsdam Conference (1945).

Clippings: re: texts of announced decisions, speech texts, criticism and praise of the agreements (1945).

F 37: Price Controls (1945-1946).

a. Release: "Statement by Chester Bowles to the House Banking and Currency Committee Hearings on the extension of the Emergency Price Control Act" (February 18, 1946).
b. Speech: E. H. Moore (U. S. Senator - Oklahoma): "The OPA Is Wrong in Principle, Contrary to Our Constitution, and Repugnant to Americanism" (June 6, 1945). In the U. S. Senate.
c. Booklet: Robert R. Wason: "Testimony on Price Control" (March 18, 1946). Delivered before the Banking and Currency Committee.

F 38: Price Controls (1946).

Clippings: re: speech texts and criticism of OPA (1946).

F 39: Price Controls (1946).

Clippings: re: Truman's stance on the OPA, criticism, etc. (1946).

F 40: Publication Subscriptions (1945-1946).

Correspondence: re: MCG subscriptions.

F 41: Quebec Conference (1945).

a. Booklet: United States News: "The United States and the Peace, Part I, August 14, 1941, to March 5, 1945."
b. Clippings: re: war strategy (1945).

F 42: Quotations (n.d.).

Adaptation: "Great Minds at Work" (n.d.). List of quotes.

F 43: Rail Strike (1946).

Clippings: re: freight embargo, union strike, etc. (1946).

F 44: Rayburn, Sam (1943).

Clipping: "U. S. Aids Letter Gifts Rayburn Sends to Texas" (May 13, 1943).

F 45: Republican Convention/Campaign (1944).

Clippings: re: Presidential campaign of New York Governor Thomas E. Dewey (speeches, policies, etc.).

F 46: Republican Convention/Campaign (1944).

Clippings: re: praise of Dewey, Republican platform, criticism of F.D.R., States' Rights, speeches (John Bricker and Earl Warren), etc. (1944).

F 47: Republican Convention/Campaign (1944).

a. Teletype: First ballot of nomination at Republican Convention.
b. Speech: Thomas E. Dewey: "The Building of a Lasting Peace" (September 8, 1944). Delivered at Louisville.
c. Speech: John W. Bricker: no title (September 15, 1944). Delivered at Parkersburg, West Virginia.
d. Speech: John W. Bricker: no title (September 9, 1944). Before Indiana Republican Editorial Association.
e. Speech: Thomas E. Dewey: no title (September 7, 1944). Delivered at Convention Hall, Philadelphia.

F 48: Roosevelt, Franklin D., Campaign (1940, 1944).

a. Correspondence: re: F.D.R.
b. Pamphlets: Gid Graham.
c. Reprint: Editorial, Baltimore Sun: "The Third Term" (January 3, 1940).
d. Reprint: Editorials: re: Urging F.D.R. not to run for a third term (January 10, 1940).
e. Clippings: re: F.D.R.'s possible fourth term and campaign (1944).
f. Reprint: New York Sun: "Roosevelt Is History's Most Lavish Speaker" (July 6, 1944).

F 49: Roosevelt, Franklin D., Death (1945).

a. Congressional Record: re: Death of F.D.R. (April 13, 1945).
b. Clippings: re: F.D.R. death and rise of Harry Truman (1945).

F 50: Roosevelt, Franklin D., Presidential messages (n.d).

a. Speech: F.D.R.: no title (n.d.). Before the Congress.
b. Clippings: re: F.D.R.'s budget and inaugural speech (1945?).

F 51: Russia (1944-1946).

a. Reprint: William Hard: "Eight Things to do about the Soviet Union." From the Reader's Digest (September 1945).
b. Release: National Geographic News Bulletin: "Europe and Asia - Soviet Republics" (February 3, 1944).
c. Reprint: Charles Benedict: "As I See It: The New Russian Imperialism." From the Magazine of Wall Street (December 9, 1944).
d. Clippings: re: post-World War II Soviet policy and U.S.-Soviet relations (1945-1946).

F 52: Russia (1945-1946).

Clippings: re: post-World War II Soviet policy and Soviet diplomacy (1945-1946).

F 53: San Francisco Conference (1945-1946).

a. Speech: Henrik Shipstead: "Have the American People Yet to Lean That in Spite of All the Pious Talk to the Contrary, Peace Cannot Be Enforced without Creating Wars" (July 27, 1945). In the U. S. Senate.
b. Speech: Burton K. Wheeler (U. S. Senator - Montana): "The United Nations Charter" (July 24, 1945). In the U. S. Senate.
c. Clippings: re: San Francisco Conference (Dumbarton Oaks agreement and the United Nations) (1946).

F 54: San Francisco Conference (1946?).

Clippings: re: ratification of the U. N. Charter, analysis of structure (veto power), relationship to Monroe Doctrine, speeches, etc. (1946?).

F 55: San Francisco Conference (1946?).

Clippings: re: text of the United Nations Charter, speeches approving of the charter, Baruch Peace Plan, cost of plan once implemented, etc. (1946?).

F 56: Smear Brigade (1944).

Clippings: re: plan to re-elect F.D.R. (1944).

F 57: Stigler, William G. (1946?).

Clippings: re: facts about the life of William G. Stigler (U. S. Representative - Second District, Oklahoma) (1946?).

F 58: Taxes (n.d., 1943-1945).

a. Newsletter: Tax Foundation, New York: "Tax Front" (May 1945).
b. Release: Robert B. Dresser, Committee for Constitutional Government, New York: "Post-War Federal Taxes" (n.d.).
c. Release: Harley L. Lutz: "Jobs or 'Russian Dressing'". (n.d.).
d. Pamphlet: Hearst Papers: "Destructive Taxation" (June 11, 1943).
e. Speech: E. H. Moore (U. S. Senator - Oklahoma): "The Need of Constitutional Limitation on the Power of Congress to Tax Incomes, Inheritances, and Gifts" (February 5, 1945). In the U.S. Senate. Congressional Record extract.
f. Report: Committee on Postwar Tax Policy: "Highlights: of a Tax Program for a Solvent America" (n.d.).
g. Pamphlet: Maurice and Laura Falk Foundation: "Who's Who among the Committee on Postwar Tax Policy" (n.d.).
h. Release: Committee on Postwar Tax Policy: "Postwar Tax Committee Recommendations in Hands of Congressional Committee" (September 20, 1945).
i. Speech: J. Cheever Cowdin: "Post-War Federal Revenue Requirements and Fiscal Policy" (April 6, 1944). Before the Temple Institute on Tax Policies, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
j. Senate Document 158: "War Revenue". Seventy-eighth Congress; Second Session (1944).
k. Booklet: Committee on Postwar Tax Policy: "A Tax Program".

F 59: Taxes - Income (n.d.).

Clippings: re: simplification of the income tax structure, etc. (n.d.).

F 60: Taxes - Income (n.d.).

Clippings: re: simplification of structure, tax cuts, pay-as-you-go plan, repeal requests, etc. (n.d.).

F 61: Taxes - Miscellaneous (n.d.).

Clippings: re: tax cuts, exemption of federal lands, exempt status of cooperatives, GOP tax plank, etc. (n.d.).

F 62: Textbook Trial (n.d.).

a. Teletype: re: Howard B. "Pete" Drake Death (November 11). Textbook kickbacks.
b. Clippings: re: indictment, hearings, appeals, possible impeachment of State Education Superintendent A. L. Crable, etc. (n.d.).

F 63: Textbook Trial (n.d.).

Clippings: re: Oklahoma House of Representatives investigation of State Superintendent of Education A. L. Crable. (n.d.).

F 64: Treaty Powers - Congress (n.d.).

Clippings: re: new method of treaty ratification, possible voice for the House of Representatives in treaty matters, etc. (n.d.).

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