ROBERT S. KERR COLLECTION
CLIPPING SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory
Boxes 1-5

Box 1: Acheson, Dean - Corporations

F 1: Acheson, Dean (1951).

Also includes:

a. Headlines, vol. 3, no.1 (February 1, 1951).

b. Victor Lasky, "The Case Against Dean Acheson" and William Bradford Hue. "The Untold Facts in the Forrestal Case." Reprints from the Congressional Record (December 6, 1950).

F 2: Aeronautical and Space Exploration (1961-1962).

F 3: Agriculture (1949-1962).

Also includes:

a. Farmers Union in Washington, vol.5, no. 47 (April 3, 1953).

b. Congressional Record. "Veto of the Farm Bill," Kerr (April 16,1956).

c. Oklahoma Union Farmer, vol. 32, no.6 (June1954).

d. A Dairy Policy... 1951. No. 41 (November 13-16,1950). National Milk Producers Federation Bulletin, Educational Series. Resolutions passed by federation at 1950 convention.

e. Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin No. B-341: Income Value of Undeveloped Mineral Rights in Western Oklahoma (December 1949), by L.A. Parcher.

f. L.A. Parcher, Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin No. B-337: Undeveloped Mineral Rights as a Source of Farm Income in Western Oklahoma (October 1949).

g. National Farmers Union - Washington Newsletter, vol.9, no. 10 (March 23,1962).

h. National Union Farmers, vol. 28, no.4 (April 1950).

i. Agricultural Outlook Digest (March 1962).

j. Agricultural Outlook Digest (July 1962).

k. National Publisher (May 1961).

l. Foreign Agricultural Trade Digest (May 1961).

m. Foreign Agricultural Circular, FDAP 1-61 (May 1961).

n. Foreign Agricultural Circular, FD 2-61 (May 1961).

F 4: Agriculture (1951-1960).

Also includes:

a. Livestock and Meat Situation, LMS-95 (May 1958).

b. Human Events, "Farmer Gets $6,100 Car for Not Farming." (July 14,1961).

c. Farm Journal, "What Do We Do Now?" (August 1962).

d. Agricultural Leaders' Digest, vol. 36, no. 3 (March 1955).

e. North Dakota Union Farmer, vol. 18, no. 24 (May 5, 1952).

f. Oklahoma Union Farmer, vol. 30, no.5 (May 16, 1952).

g. Family Farm Policy Review: The Family Farm's Future, PA 168 (June 1951).

h. Editorial Page of KVOO- Farm Department - "As Sam Sees It" (July 22,1951).

i. Gordon R. Clapp, "The Purpose of TVA Fertilizer," reprint from Fertilizer Review for July - September 1952.

j. Frank Hamm, "Let Farmers Run Agriculture," Progressive Farmer, Texas ed.(October 1953).

F 5: Agriculture (1951-1962).

Also includes:

a. Sections from the GTA Digest (December 1951).

b. Spotlighting MEAT - 39th Annual Report National Livestock and meat board, 1961-1961 (with Bumper- sticker)

c. Pamphlet -- Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act: The Case for Exempting Retailers Buying from Licensed Wholesalers.

d. The 5th Plate, U.S. Department of Agriculture Booklet, PA-191 (December 1951).

e. The Farmer-Stockman, Reprints from October-December 1958 and January 1959.

f. The Dan Smoot Report, vol. 5, no. 14 (April 6, 1959).

F 6: Alaskan Statehood (1949-1953).

Also includes:

a. Alaska Statehood Committee, Statehood for Alaska! Biennial Report (Feb. 15, 1951).

b. Jessen's Weekly, vol. 10, no. 50 (December 20, 1951).

c. Congressional Record, Speech of Hon. Joseph C. O. Mahoney of Wyoming (February 4,1952).

d. Congressional Record, Speech of Hon. Joseph C. O. Mahoney of Wyoming (July 10, 1950).

F 7: Alcohol (1949-1960).

Also includes:

a. "Alcohol Worse than War Says Senator Robert S. Kerr," Listen (1950).

b. Robert S. Kerr, "Stand Fast Oklahoma!"

c. "Let's Face It," Listen (1951).

F 8: Americanism (1950, 1955, 1961).

F 9: Appreciation Dinners (1952, 1956, 1959-1962).

Also includes:

a. Banquet programs.

b. Campaign Kick-off Dinner- Kent Country, Delaware.

c. Oklahoma, vol. 45, no. 4 (January 26,1961).

F 10: Armed Forces Day (1961-1962).

F 11: Astronauts (1962).

Also includes:

Post card with color photo of Kerr, Alan B. Shepard, John Glenn, and Virgil Grissom.

F 12: Atkinson, William P. (1961-1962).

F 13: Atomic Energy Generating Plant (1961).

F 14: Aviation Industry, (n.d., 1927-1930, 1948,1960-1962).

Also includes:

a. Portions of The Wright Engine Builder, vol. 9, no.6 (June 1927); vol. 10, no.9 (Sept. 1928); vol. 10, no.12 (Dec, 1928); vol. 11, no.1 (January 1929); vol. 11, no.2 (February1929); vol. 11, no.4 (April 1929); vol. 11, no.6 (June 1929).

b. Trade Winds. vol. 11, no. 7 (July 1929).

c. Curtis-Wright Review (August 1930).

d. Aeronautics Board. Docket No. 5482 (March 31, 1960). Kansas-Oklahoma Local Service Case; brief of Stillwater and OSU.

e. Civil Aeronautics Board. Docket No. 5482 (May 17, 1960). City of Guymon.

F 15: Baptist Church and Other Religious Material (1948-1953, 1962).

Also includes:

a. Third Baptist Church of St. Louis, Missouri, Year-in-Review (Jan. 18, 1950)

b. Southwide Baptist Digest, vol.3, no. 11 (November 1949).

c. John W. Raley, "Conquest of America." Address to Baptist Convention of Oklahoma, at Tulsa. (November 12,1953).

d. John W. Raley, "Mechanics of Christianity," Delivered at the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma, in session at Oklahoma City. (November 13,1952).

F 16: Beaumont YMCA Fund Drive (1949).

Also includes:

An Investment in Youth for a Growing Beaumont, booklet.

F 17: Boron (1961-1962).

Also includes:

Science Week, vol. 1, no. 11 (April 13, 1962).

F 18: Bricker Amendment (1954).

F 19: Bryant, Anita (1961-1962).

F 20: Budget (n.d., 1949-1953, 1961).

F 21: Callery Chemical Company (1961-1962).

F 21b: Cartoons-Political (n.d., 1950-1953, 1959).

F 22: Central Airlines (1961).

F 23: Churches (n.d., 1949-1957).

Also includes:

a. Pamphlets and programs.

b. Monthly newsletters from Crescent Hill Church of Christ, sponsor of Frascati Orphans' Home.

c. Christian Chronicle, vol. 7, no. 30 (December 21, 1949); vol.7, no. 36 (February 1, 1950); vol. 14, no. 35 (May 1, 1957).

d. Francis J. Connell, Freedom of Worship: The Catholic Position.

e. O. C. Lambert, Roman Catholicism Un-American.

F 24: Civil Defense (1958-1962).

Also includes:

a. Booklet, Fallout Protection in What to Know and Do About Nuclear Attack.

b. Summary of Phrase I Study of Oklahoma Emergency Operation System.

c. The National Plan for Civil Defense Mobilization, Annex 4 (August 1959).

d. The National Plan for Civil Defense Mobilization, Annex 27 (November 1960).

e. Federal Civil Defense Administration, "For Your Information," # 517 (May 7, 1958).

f. State of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Civil Defense, "Emergency Operating Center" - Phrase I (April 5, 1960).

g. State of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Civil Defense; "Discussion and Narrative Based on Feasibility Study," Phrase II, (January 6, 1961).

F 25: Civil Rights (1948-1955, 1962).

Also includes:

Common Sense (September 1, 1955). This was an anti-Communist newspaper.

F 26: Congressional Reform (1949-1950).

F 27: Conservation, A-Arb (1958-1962).

Also includes:

Congressional Record ( Senate), "Importance of Pure Water Research," by Mike Monroney (August 25, 1962).

F 28: Conservation, Arkansas River Basin (1949-1962).

Also includes:

a. Area Redevelopment Administration, Newsletter, ARA 62-10 (June 15,1962).

b. Walter C. Hornaday, "A Texan in Washington," news release from Dallas News, September 1, 1958.

c. The Oklahoma Voter, vol. 23, No 4. (December 1959).

F 29: Conservation, Arkansas River Basin (1951-1961).

F 30: Conservation, Arkansas River Basin (1962).

F 31: Conservation, Army Corps of Engineers (1956-1962).

F 32: Conservation, Blue River Project (1961-1962).

F 33: Conservation, Canals and Water Transportation (1955-1961).

Also includes:

a. Engineering News-Record, "Biggest Desalting Plant Finished" (June 11,1959).

b. Engineering News-Record, "Desalting Cost May be Halved by 1969" (June 4,1959).

c. Chicago Sunday Sun-Times, Editorial Columns Section Two (August 14, 1960).

F 34: Conservation, Drought (1956-1957).

F 35: Conservation, Floods and Flood Control (1948-1962).

F 36: Conservation, Kaw Dam (1957-1962).

F 37: Conservation, Land, Wood, and Water (1960-1962).

Includes numerous clippings on the barbecue which "kicked-off" the publication of Kerr's book. This barbecue was attended by Lyndon B. Johnson and Sam Rayburn.

F 38: Conservation, Don McBride (1959, 1962).

F 39: Conservation, Miscellaneous (1948 -1962).

F 40: Conservation, Pollution (1953-1962).

Also includes:

a. Saturday Evening Post, "Water - Hole Wonderland" by Evan Hill (August 25- September 1962)

b. Press release from Science Service

F 41: Conservation, Senate Select Committee on National Water Resources (1959-1961).

Also includes:

a. Press release from National Wildlife Federation (September 11, 1959).

b. Reclamation News, vol. 23, no. 9 (September 1959).

c. Newsletter from National Association of Soil Conservation Districts, September 29, 1959.

F 42: Conservation, Senate Select Committee on National Water Resources, Hearings in Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, and California (1959-1960).

F 43: Conservation, Senate Select Committee on National Water Resources, Hearings in North Dakota, South Dakota, Michigan, and Pennsylvania (1959).

F 44: Conservation, Senate Select Committee on National Water Resources, Hearings in Kansas, Iowa, and Colorado (1959).

F 45: Conservation, Senate Select Committee on National Water Resources, Hearings in New Mexico, Utah, and Arkansas (1959).

F 46: Conservation, Senate Select Committee on National Water Resources, Hearings in Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Florida (1959).

F 47: Conservation, Senate Select Committee on National Water Resources, Hearings in Maine, Massachusetts, and South Carolina (1959-1960).

F 48: Conservation, Soil Conservation (1949-1962).

Also includes:

a. Address by H. H. Bennett, chief, U.S. Soil Conservation Service, "True Conservation Can Be Achieved by an Informed Citizenry," before the Conservation Workshop for Teachers, Murray College, Murray, Kentucky (July 11, 1949).

b. Address by H. H. Bennett, Chief, U.S. Soil Conservation Service, "Working Together To Speed Soil Conservation," Soil Conservation and Small Grain Field Day, Lafayette, Indiana (June 30, 1949).

F 49: Conservation, Soil Conservation (1944).

F 50: Conservation, Speaking Engagements (1958-1961).

F 51: Conservation, Verdigris River Project (1961-1962).

F 52: Conservation, Water Shortage (1950, 1959-1962).

Also includes:

a. Congressional Record, "Americans Warmed of Imperiling Water Shortage," Remarks of Hon. Alexander Wiley (May 27, 1960).

b. Hugh Hammond Bennett, "Warning: The Water Problem Is National," Saturday Evening Post (May 13, 1950).

F 53: Conservation, Water Projects and Resources (1947-1962).

Also includes:

a. Bulletins from the National Reclamation Association (February 5, 1947 and February 26, 1947).

b. Department of Interior Information Service - "Reclamation Reports on Proposed Waurika Project In Southwestern Oklahoma" (January 17, 1961).

c. Water Supply Forecasts for the Columbia River System, 1946-47 Water Year and other leaflets on water issued by the Department of Commerce.

F 54: Corporations (1951-1961).

F 55: Corruption in Government (1951-1952).

Box 2: Democratic Party - Election, Kerr Presidential Campaign

F 1: Democratic Party (1948-1962).

Also includes:

a. Capital Comment, vol. 5, no. 19 (June 23, 1951).

b. Democratic Digest, vol 30, no.1 (February1953).

F 2: Dorset Electronics, Inc., Dedication (1961).

F 3: Douglas Aircraft Company (1961-1962).

F 4: DuPont Plant, Tulsa (1961).

F 5: Economy (1933, 1951-1962).

Also includes:

a. Microfilm copies of 1933 editions from Daily Oklahoma.

b. Economic Indicators, October 1951.

c. Federal Spending Facts, Bulletin no. 90 (October 24, 1951).

F 6: Education (n.d., 1948-1954, 1961).

a. From Dependence to Independence Through Medical and Vocational Rehabilitation. Publication from Oklahoma A. and M. College, School of Technical Training at Okmulgee.

b. Report on Indian Enrollment and Present Training Program at Oklahoma A. and M. College, School of Technical Training of Okmulgee.

c. Poteau Community College Booklet.

d. The Facts on Federal Aid for Schools (October 1948), booklet from National Education Association of U.S.

F 7: Education (1928, 1949-1953, 1960).

a. NEA News, vol. 3, no. 4 (March 11, 1949).

b. Congressional Record, vol. 106, no. 56 (March 28, 1960). Concerns honorary degree for Michael J. Kirwan.

c. Educator's Special, Issue no. 5,

d. Oklahoma, vol. 37, no. 51 (December 24, 1953).

e. Public Affairs Abstracts (April 1950). Concerns educational issues before Congress.

f. What Education Means to Oklahoma Industries, Address by L. K. Covelle (May 11, 1950).

F 8: Educational Grants (1961-1962).

F 9: Election (1948).

F 10: Election (1948).

F 11: Election (1948).

Also includes:

a. Notes on White Circle Activities, 1948.

b. Oklahoma Statehouse Reporter, vol. 13, no. 7 (October 1948).

F 12: Election (1948).

F 13: Election, The Democrat (1948).

Includes:

The Democrat, vol. 1, no. 10 (July 1948); vol. 1, no. 11 (July 1948); vol. 1, no. 12 (July 29, 1948); vol.1, no. 13 (August 1948); vol. 1, no. 14 (August 12, 1948); vol. 1, no. 16 (August 26, 1948).

F 14: Election, The Democrat (1948).

Includes:

The Democrat, vol. 1, no. 19 (September 16, 1948); vol. 1, no. 20 (September 23, 1948); vol. 1, no. 22 (October 7, 1948); vol. 1, no. 23 (October 14, 1948); vol. 1, no. 24 (October 21, 1948).

F 15: Election, Critical Publicity (1948).

F 16: Election (1950).

Also includes:

Factual Campaign Information, compiled by the Senate Library (September 28, 1950).

F 17: Election (1950).

F 18: Election (1952).

F 19: Election (1952).

Also includes:

a. Booklet, The Influence of Television on the 1952 Election.

b. William T. Bradford, "An Analysis of the 1948-1950: Elections Returns and Forecasts for 1952."

c. Life, "A Report on the Citizens' View of 1952."

F 20: Election (1952).

F 21: Election, Alben W. Barkley (1952).

F 22: Election, California Primary (1952).

F 23: Election, Campaign Issues (1952).

F 24: Election, Campaign Issues, Civil Rights (1952).

F 25: Election, Cartoons (1952).

F 26: Election, Democratic Midwestern Conference at Kansas City, Missouri (1952).

F 27: Election, Democratic National Convention at Chicago, Illinois (1952).

F 28: Election, Democratic National Convention at Chicago, Illinois (1952).

Also includes:

Robert Bendiner, "The 12 Who'll Rule Our '52 Conventions," Collier's (January 5, 1952).

F 29: Election, Democratic National Convention at Chicago, Illinois (1952).

F 30: Election, Democratic National Convention at Chicago, Illinois (1952).

F 31: Election, Democratic National Convention at Chicago, Illinois (1952).

F 32: Election, Democratic National Convention at Chicago, Illinois (1952).

F 33: Election, Democratic National Convention at Chicago, Illinois (1952).

F 34: Election, Democratic National Convention at Chicago, Illinois (Bribery and Vote Buying Charges) (1952).

F 35: Election, Democratic Party (1952).

F 36: Election, Dwight D. Eisenhower (1952).

F 37: Election, Dwight D. Eisenhower (1952).

Also includes:

Theodore H. White, "The Candidate from Marly Forest," The Reporter (April 29, 1952).

F 38: Election, W. Averell Harriman (1952).

F 39: Election, Estes Kefauver (1952).

Also includes:

a . The Kefauver News (March 15, 1952) Nebraska - Wisconsin Editions.

b. Pathfinder, "Estes Kefauver, Symbol of Honesty?" (December 26, 1951).

F 40: Election, Estes Kefauver (1952).

Also includes:

Inside Detective, "In Kefauver's Backyard," by Hugh Sparrow (June 1952).

F 41: Election, Kerr Biographical Material (1949-1952).

F 42: Election, Kerr Biographical Material (1952).

F 43: Election, Kerr for President Club (1952).

F 44: Election Kerr Presidential Campaign (1952).

F 45: Election, Kerr Presidential Campaign (1952).

Also includes:

a. Marquis W. Childs, "The Big Boom From Oklahoma," reprints from the April 9, 1949, issue of the Saturday Evening Post.

b. Ada Evening News, Special Kerr Selection.

c. Sooner State Press (March 1, 1952).

F 46: Election, Kerr Presidential Campaign (1952).

F 47: Election, Kerr Presidential Campaign (1952).

F 48: Election, Kerr Presidential Campaign (1952).

Box 3 : Election, Kerr Presidential Campaign - Indian Affairs

F 1: Election, Kerr Presidential Campaign (1952).

F 2: Election, Kerr Presidential Campaign (1952).

F 3: Election, Kerr Presidential Campaign Material (1952).

Also includes:

a. Political advertisements.

b. Campaign packet.

F 4: Election, Kerr Presidential Campaign, Labor Opposition (1952).

F 5: Election, Kerr Presidential Campaign, Negro Support (1952).

F 6: Election, Kerr Vice Presidential Possibility (1952).

F 7: Election, League of Women Voters (1952).

F 8: Election, A. S. "Mike" Monroney (1952).

F 9: Election, Nebraska Primary (1952).

Also includes:

a. Kerr for President luncheon ticket.

b. Nebraska Kerr for President Club cards.

c. Reception invitation.

F 10: Election, Nebraska Primary (1952).

F 11: Election, Nebraska Primary (1952).

F 12: Election, Nebraska Primary (1952).

F 13: Election, Nebraska Primary (1952).

F 14: Election, New Hampshire Primary (1952).

F 15: Election, Oklahoma Democratic Party (1952).

F 16: Election, Oklahoma Democratic Party (1952).

F 17: Election, Oklahoma Democratic Party (1952).

F 18: Election, Oklahoma Democratic Party (1952).

F 19: Election, Oklahoma Democratic Party (1952).

F 20: Election, Political Polls (1952).

F 21: Election, Presidential Nomination History (1952).

F 22: Election, Primaries (1952).

F 23: Election, Samuel T. Rayburn (1952).

F 24: Election, Republican Party (1952).

F 25: Election, Republican Party (1952).

F 26: Election, Richard B. Russell (1952).

F 27: Election, Richard B. Russell (1952).

F 28: Election, Speeches (1952).

F 29: Election, Harold E. Stassen (1952).

F 30: Election, State and County Democratic Convention (1952).

This folder includes clippings from states outside Oklahoma.

F 31: Election, Adlai E. Stevenson (1952).

F 32: Election, Adlai E. Stevenson (1952).

F 33: Election, Robert A. Taft (1952).

F 34: Election, Robert A. Taft (1952).

F 35: Election, Television and Campaign (1952).

F 36: Election, Harry S. Truman (1952).

F 37: Election, Harry S. Truman (1952).

F 38: Election, Wives and Relatives of Presidential Candidates (1952).

F 39: Election (1954).

F 40: Election (1954).

F 41: Election (1954).

Also includes:

a. National Farmer Union's, Washington Newsletter (October 1, 1954).

b. OEA Newsletter (June 2, 1954).

F 42: Election (1954).

F 43: Election (1954).

F 44: Election (1954).

F 45: Election (1956).

F 46: Election (1960).

F 47: Election (1962).

F 48: European Common Market (1962).

F 49: Everglades National Park, Florida (1949).

F 50: Expenditures (1951-1953).

F 51: FAA Center, Will Rogers Field, Oklahoma City, OK (1961-1962).

F 52: Federal Power Commission (1950-1954).

F 53: Federal Reserve Board (1951, 1958).

Also includes:

Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 37, no. 7 (July 1951).

F 54: Finance Committee (1950-1951, 1958).

F 55: Fort Sill Construction (1961).

F 56: G. I. Bill and Veteran Benefits (1950-1954).

Also includes:

a. Veterans Hospitalization Planning (September 1950). Published by American Hospital Association.

b. Gerhord Harlman and Arlyn Works, "Local Impact of Veterans Hospitals." Reprint from Hospitals.

F 57: Gambling and Racketeering (n.d., 1951).

F 58: Glass Industry (1961-1962).

F 59: Governorship of Kerr (1943-1947).

Also includes:

Facts About Oklahoma, booklet from Oklahoma Planning and Resources Board.

F 60: Grain Storage (1962).

F 61: Graduation and Dedication Appearances at Schools and Colleges (1950, 1961-1962).

F 62: Health and Welfare (1960-1961).

F 63: Highway Construction and Safety (1950, 1956, 1961-1962).

Also includes:

Henry K. Evans, "Will Tolls Roads Ease Highway Financing Difficulties," reprinted from Better Roads (April 1950).

F 64: Highway Construction (1946, 1949-1953, 1961-1962).

Also includes:

a. Robert S. Kerr, "All Weather Roads for the Farmers," reprinted from Farm Policy Forum, vol. 2, no. 4 (October 1949).

b. The Highway User (December 1962).

c. AAA News Review, vol. 10, no. 2, (November 1949).

d. Program for American Automobile Association, Nov. 1-3, 1949, Cleveland, OH.

e. Oklahoma Highway Construction Bulletin: Statement of Projects January, 1943 to December 1946.

F 65: Hobbs, Herschel H. (1962).

F 66: Immigration (1956-1957).

F 67: Indian Affairs (1953-1955, 1960-1962).

Box 4: Indian Affairs - Physical Fitness

F 1: Indian Affairs (1949, 1954).

Also includes:

a. Lewis J. Moorman, "Health of the Navajo - Hopi Indians." Reprinted from the Journal of the American Medical Association (February 5, 1949).

b. National Congress of American Indians News Bulletin, vol. 10, no.1 (January - April 1954).

c. The University of Chicago Round Table: The American Indian Now, no. 828 (February 21, 1924).

d. W. V. Eckardt, "'Terminating' the American Indians," The New Leader, vol. 37, no. 17, (April 26, 1954).

F 2: Indian Affairs (1961-1962).

F 3: Indian Affairs (1945, 1947-1954, 1961-1962).

Also includes:

The Indians: America's D.P.'s (pamphlet).

F 4: Interest Rate (n.d., 1953, 1959,1962).

F 5: Interest Rate (n.d., 1953, 1957, 1961).

F 6: Jacobs, Emery "Red"(1962).

F 7: Jefferson, Thomas (1949).

F 8: Kemmerer, Bert (1950).

Includes copies of column "Oklahoma in Washington" by Kemmerer.

F 9: Kerr Robert S., Biographical Material (1959-1962).

F 10: Kerr, Robert S., Death (1963).

F 11: Kerr, Robert S., Family and Home Life (1949-1963).

Includes information on Grayce (wife); Breene (son); Robert Jr. (son).

F 12: Kerr, Robert S., Funeral (1963).

F 13: Kerr, Robert S., Illness (December 1962)

F 14: Kerr - Capehart Debate (1957).

F 15: Kerr- McGee Corporation (1949-1952, 1961-1963).

F 16: Kerr Natural Gas Bill (1950).

F 17: Kerr Natural Gas Bill (1949-1950).

F 18: Kerr Natural Gas Bill (1950).

F 19: Kerr Natural Gas Bill (1947-1952).

Also includes:

a. Evans Claque, "The CPI - A Summary of Its Essential Features." Reprint from the Monetary Labor Review (July 1948).

b. Interstate Natural Gas Company Inc., vs. Federal Power Commission, et al. (1947).

c. Phillips Petroleum Co., vs. State of Oklahoma, Corporation Commission of Oklahoma, et al., (1950).

d. Federal Power Commission vs. Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Co., et al. (1949).

e. "Construction of Consumers' Price Index," U.S. Department of Labor, from the Monthly Labor Review, 1949.

f. Arno C. Fieldner, "The National Fuel Reserves," reprint from Mechanical Engineering (March 1947).

g. The Natural Gas Bill - Senate Bill 1948.

h. Statement by Senator Francis Myers. Hearings on Bills to Amend the Natural Gas Act (February1948).

i. Remarks of Senator Robert S. Kerr. - Senate Consideration of Senate Bill 1948.

j. Congressional Record, "The Farmers' Interest in the Kerr Gas Bill" (1950) by RSK.

k. Congressional Record, "Abundant Supply of Gas for Consumers" (1952).

l. Congressional Record, "The Kerr Natural-Gas Bill" (1950) by RSK.

F 20: Kerr Natural Gas Bill (1950).

F 21: Kerr Natural Gas Bill (1950).

Also includes:

a. J. French Robinson, The Natural Gas Act...Must It Become a Blueprint for Chaos?

b. Federal Power Commission, Natural Gas Act (1949).

F 22: Kerr Natural Gas Bill (1949-1952).

Also includes:

a. The Oil Forum, "Editorial" (May 1950).

b. John T. Kimball, "Employee Cooperation vs. the Rule Book," Public Utilities Fortnightly (December 21, 1950).

c. Leland Olds and Claude L. Draper, Federal Power Commission - A Natural Gas Investigation (1948).

d. Robert E. Wilson, Oil Competition in the Midwest. Published by National Petroleum Association.

e. Paul S. Stacey, "Natural Gas and Its Ethical Implications." Lecture given at America Catholic Philosophical Association. Published by Catholic University of America.

f. "The People's Interest in the Kerr Gas Bill." Interview with RSK, (March 10, 1950).

g. The Housewives' Interest in the Kerr Gas Bill. Address by Robert S. Kerr (March 13, 1950).

h. John Osborne, "Natural Gas and the Authoritarian 'Liberals'" Reprinted from Fortune Magazine (May 1952).

i. Annual reports of Columbia Gas System; Eastern Gas Fuel; and Phillips Petroleum.

F 23: Kerr Ranch Near Poteau (1957-1958, 1962).

F 24: Kerr Radio Station (1949-1952).

F 25: Korean War (1950 -1953).

F 26: Labor (1952-1962).

Also includes:

a. News from CIO, August 30, 1954; September 5, 1954.

b. Labors League for Political Education of the American Federation of Labor, no. 3-54, (June 11, 1954).

c. News from the Department of Labor, August 25, 1961.

d. Confederated Union of American - What It Means to Your Union and to You.

e Labor's Daily, vol.2, no. 90 (January 22, 1954).

f. Trade Union Courier, no. 19, no. 3 (March 31, 1954).

g. Material from the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs.

F 27: Lead and Zinc (1961-1962).

Also includes:

a. Press release from Alan Bible.

b. Daily Metal Reporter, vol. 61, no. 24 (February 4, 1961).

F 28: Legislation (1950-1961).

F 29: Lincoln, Abraham (n.d., 1949, 1961).

F 30: MacArthur, Douglas (1951-1952, 1961).

F 31: MacArthur, Douglas (1951).

Also includes:

The Commonwealth, "Week by Week" (April 20, 1951); (May 11, 1951).

F 32: McCarthy, Joseph (1951-1954).

Also includes:

The Overflow Gusher, vol. 3, no. 7 (February 14, 1952).

F 33: McCormick, Robert Rutherford (1949, 1952).

F 34: Medicare and Other Health Care Issues (1949-1962).

F 35: Minerals (n.d., 1952).

F 36: Military and Naval Appointments (1954-1962).

F 37: Miscellaneous (1949-1962).

F 38: Miscellaneous (1950-1962).

F 39: Miscellaneous (1953-1962).

F 40: Miscellaneous (1951-1961).

F 41: Miscellaneous (1959-1962).

F 42: Murray, Johnston (1951-1953).

Includes copy up opinion of Oklahoma Attorney General re taking "non-communist" oath by public officers and employees.

F 43: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (1960-1962).

F 44: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (1961-1962).

F 45: National Conference of Christians and Jews (1957-1959).

Includes several pamphlets.

F 46: National Defense (1948-1961).

Also includes:

a. National Security Factor in Industrial Location.

b. Speaker's Guide: Armed Forces Day, May 16, 1959.

c. Geoffrey Growther, "Are We Buying Defense or Disaster?"

F 47: Natural Gas (1952-1961).

Also includes:

Speech by Allen J. Ellender.

F 48: Oklahoma (1949-1962).

F 49: Oklahoma Area Redevelopment (1961-1962).

F 50: Oklahoma Community Development (1961-1962).

F 51: Oklahoma, Congressional Delegation Votes (1961-1962).

F 52: Oklahoma, Disasters (1951, 1961).

F 53: Oklahoma, Enid State School (1961).

F 54: Oklahoma, Future Farmers of America (n.d., 1950).

F 55: Oklahoma Government and Politics (1947-1961).

Also includes:

a. Lester Orfield, "What Should Be the Function of the States In Our System of Government?" (September 1949).

b. "Your Report on Government" (February1948); April 1949.

F 56: Oklahoma, Industrial (n.d., 1951-1961)

Includes press release re Western Electric.

F 57: Oklahoma Ordinance Works, Pryor (1961-1962).

F 58: Olds, Leland, Appointment to Federal Power Commission (1949-1951).

F 59: Operation Moon (1961).

F 60: Peace Corps (1961-1962).

Also includes:

Statement by RSK.

F 61: Pearson, Drew (1947-1959).

F 62: Petroleum Industry (n.d., 1949-1954).

F 63: Petroleum Industry (1930, 1944, 1949-1963).

Also includes:

The Bridgeport Driller, vol. 7, no. 7 (July 1930).

F 64: Petroleum Industry (n.d., 1949-1950, 1955).

Also includes:

a. "Atmospheric Contamination and Purification," reprint from Industrial and Engineering Chemistry (November 1949).

b. Mineral Wealth in the Friscobelt. Discusses Oklahoma's minerals.

c. Petroleum Imports: A Report of the National Petroleum Council.

F 65: Pett, Saul (1962).

Includes stories on RSK written by Pett, an AP columnist.

F 66: Physical Fitness (1962).

Box 5: Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Weather

F 1: Reconstruction Finance Corporation (1950-1951).

Also includes:

Annual report for RFC (June 30, 1950).

F 2: Recreation (1961-1962).

F 3: Republican Party (n.d., 1946-1958).

F 4: Revenue and Taxation (n.d., 1950).

F 5: Road Dedication at Big Cedar (1961).

Includes clippings from JFK's visit to Oklahoma.

F 6: Roads (1950-1962).

F 7: Rogers, William Penn (1939).

F 8: Roosevelt, Franklin Delano (n.d., 1941, 1948).

F 9: Rural Electrification Administration (REA) (1949-1963).

Also includes:

a. Oklahoma Rural News, vol. 7, no. 6 (June 1954).

b. Rural Electrification (December 1951).

c. "Policy Switch Short - Circuit Power Deal," Business Week (September 19, 1953).

F 10: Senator Kerr Says Column (1950-1962).

F 11: Senatorial Office Staff (1950-1952, 1961).

F 12: Smith, Billie Kay (1962).

F 13: Social Security (1949-1962).

Also includes:

Pamphlets and literature from the Social Security Administration.

F 14: Space Conference, Tulsa, Oklahoma (1961).

F 15: Spending (n.d., 1949-1951, 1954, 1961).

F 16: Sugar Beets (1961-1962).

F 17: Synthetic Liquid Fuel (1951).

F 18: Taft-Hartley Act (n.d., 1949, 1954).

F 19: Tariffs (1949-1962).

Also includes:

a. Tables and charts.

b. The United States in World Trade (February1958).

F 20: Thiokol (1961).

F 21: Thomas, Elmer (1949-1950).

F 22: Tideland Oil (1952).

Also includes:

a. Congressional Record, "Tidelands Grab Boomerangs" (February 18, 1952).

b. Tidelands - States Rights (March 1952).

F 23: Tinker Air Force Base, Midwest City, Oklahoma (1956, 1961).

F 24: Troy, Frosty (1961-1962).

Folder has columns written by Troy.

F 25: Tulsa, Oklahoma (n.d., 1955, 1961-1962).

Also includes:

Publications from the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce.

F 26: Turner, Roy J. (1951-1954).

F 27: United Nations (n.d., 1949-1952).

Also includes:

a. One World - or None. Published by United World Federalists.

b. The New Orleans States, "Where Do We Go." Editorials on Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

c. Congressional Record, "The Greatest Subversion Plot in History," by John T. Wood (October 18,1951).

d. Congressional Record, "World Government Is a Substitute for U.S.," by Lawrence H. Smith (March 24, 1952).

e. Congressional Record, "The Story of the United Nations," by John T. Wood (October 15, 1951).

F 28: U.S. Budget and Oklahoma (1960-1962).

F 29: U.S. Congress (1949-1950, 1953-1962).

Also includes:

Who Voted to Strengthen the Free World, by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.

F 30: U.S. Economics (1949-1953, 1961).

Also includes:

Clinton P. Anderson, Twenty Years of Team Work (1952).

F 31: U.S. 82nd Congress (1951-1952).

F 32: U.S. Fiscal Policy (1948-1962).

Also includes:

Life, "The Expense Account Aristocracy" (March 9, 1953).

F 33: U.S. Foreign Aid Bill (1961).

F 34: U.S. Foreign Relations (1950, 1962).

Also includes:

a. Truth About Greece, pamphlet XIII (July- August 1950).

b. Department of State Bulletin, "German Federal Republic Monthly Economic Reviews," (October 16, 1950) 619-620.

c. Life Line, "United Nations" (May 10, 1962). Radio transcript.

d. Life Line, "Foreign Policy" (May 25, 1962). Radio transcript.

F 35: U.S. Foreign Relations (1961-1962).

F 36: U.S. Foreign Relations (n.d., 1949-1959).

F 37: U.S. Foreign Relations (1950-1952).

F 38: U.S. Foreign Relations, Cuba (n.d., 1961-1962).

F 39: U.S. Foreign Relations, Korea (n.d., 1950-1951).

F 40: U.S. Foreign Relations, Russia (n.d., 1946, 1950-1962).

Also includes:

a. John E. Rouse, It Is Later Than We Think.

b. Taylor, Henry J., "No Watchdogs for America; The Fabulous Orphan, Stalin's Great Target" (October 30, 1950). Radio talk show.

c. Americans... To Save America from the Communist Conspiracy. Compiled 1961. Printed by Cinema Educational Guild.

F 41: U.S. Foreign Relations, Yugoslavia (n.d., 1962).

F 42: U.S. Politics, Miscellaneous (1944-1951).

F 43: U.S. Politics, Miscellaneous (1950-1962).

Also includes:

Henry S. Commager, "A Few Kind Words for Harry Truman," reprint from Look (August 25, 1951).

F 44: U.S. Post Office Department (n.d., 1961).

F 45: U.S. Senate Aeronautical and Space Science Committee (1961-1962).

F 46: Washington Daily News (1961).

F 47: Weather (1961).

Robert S. Kerr Collection Box List
Robert S. Kerr Collection Description


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