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Speeches by Others
F 1: Brown, Carl B. (January 18-20, 1959).
Nationwide Progress in the Small Watershed Program 1954-1959. Speech given at the annual meeting of the Oklahoma Association of Soil Conservation Districts, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
F 2: Stans, Maurice H. (January 23, 1959).
The Federal Budget for 1960. Speech given before the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
F 3: Young, Milton R. (January 29, 1959).
Young's Appraisal of Latest Benson Farm Proposal. Speech before U.S. Senate.
F 4: Ford, Henry II (February 19, 1959).
Speech given before the student body of Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut.
F 5: Ellender, Allen J. (February 27, 1959).
Speech given on water resource development before the annual meeting of the New York State Waterways Association, New York, New York.
F 6: Fulbright, J. W. (February 28, 1959).
Speech on the Exchange Program given at Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.
F 7: Whitten, Jamie L. (March 4, 1959).
F 8: Itschner, E. C. (March 6, 1959).
Speech on conservation given before the Arkansas Basin Development Association, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Speech is incomplete.
F 9: Monroney, Mike (March 9, 1959).
Senator Bob Kerr, the Oklahoma Gusher. Speech given before the U.S. Senate.
F 10: Fletcher, Roger Mrs. (March 12, 1959).
League of Women Voters and Water Resources Study. Speech given before the League of Women Voters, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
F 11: Itschner, E. C.(April 3, 1959).
The Army Engineers' Contributions to American Defense and Advancement. Speech given at the annual dinner of Washington Newcomen, Washington, D.C.
F 12: Dulles, Allen (April 8, 1959).
The Challenge of Soviet Power. Speech given to Edison Electric Institute in New Orleans, Louisiana.
F 13: Smith, Howard K. (April 12, 1959).
Weekly News Analysis. CBS news broadcast, New York, New York.
F 14: Gore, Albert (May 16, 1959).
Political speech given at the annual Gridiron Club Dinner, Indianapolis, Indiana.
F 15: Seaton, Fred A. (May 25, 1959).
Speech given on water conservation before the American Watershed Congress, Washington, D.C.
F 16: Seaton, Fred A. (June 7, 1959).
Commencement address given at the University of Redlands, Redlands, California.
F 17: Manville, M. F. (June 27, 1959).
Speech at Masonic Association, Stonewall, Oklahoma.
F 18: Lowry, F. W. (September 18, 1959).
Why We Will Have Space Travel. Speech given at sales symposium for Westinghouse Electric Corporation in Lima, Ohio.
F 19: Itschner, E. C. (October 28, 1959).
Franklin's River Today. Speech given at the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
F 20: Williams, D. A. (November 5, 1959).
Keeping Pace with Today's Broadening Conservation Concept. Speech given before annual meeting of Oregon Association of Soil Conservation Districts, Salem, Oregon.
F 21: Gonzalez, Richard J. (December 1, 1959).
Percentage Depletion for Petroleum Production. Statement before House Committee on Ways and Means.
F 22: Cohn, Morris M. (December 10, 1959).
Water: The Common Denominator of Economic Progress. Speech at Statewide Conference and Workshops on Water Resource Planning and Development.
F 23: Schad, Theodore M. (January 29, 1960).
National Water Resources. Speech given before Interstate Conference on Water Problems, Chicago, Illinois.
F 24: Williams, D. A (February 1, 1960).
Soil and Water Conservation Job Ahead. Speech given at joint meeting of the Southeast Section of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers Soil and Water Section and Soil Conservation Section of the Association of Southern Agricultural Workers in Birmingham, Alabama.
F 25: Ingersoll, Charles E. (March 11, 1960).
Speech on railroad industry and development of waterways given before Arkansas Basin Development Association.
F 26: Partain, Lloyd E. (April 25, 1960).
Water-A Key To Industrial Development. Speech given before the American Railway Development Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.
F 27: Williams, D. A. (April 28, 1960).
Improving Great Plains Economy Through Conservation Farming. Speech given before the Colorado Bankers Association Awards Banquet, Yuma, Colorado.
F 28: Randolph, Jennings (May 30, 1960).
The Shield of Freedom. Speech given at the VFW Memorial Day Service, Huntington, West Virginia.
F 29: Ozbirn, Mrs. E. Lee (June 17, 1960).
From Where I Stand. Speech given at meeting of General Federation of Women's Clubs, Washington, D.C.
F 30: Woodward, L. A.(October 25, 1960).
The Petroleum Industry in the Oklahoma Economy. Speech given before Cushing Conference on Economic Education, Cushing, Oklahoma.
F 31: Fersh, George L. (November 4, 1960).
Resource-use Education: Children, Classrooms and Conservation. Speech given at the fifth annual East Central States Education Conference in Michigan.
F 32: De Florez, Luis (January 23, 1961).
Weather - Take It or Make It. Speech given at the Institute of the Aerospace Sciences.
F 33: Jones, L. Dan (February 15, 1961).
Statement given before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the Convention of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
F 33b: O'Connor, Lawrence J. Jr. (February 28, 1961).
Speech on oil imports before the Society of Petroleum Engineers, AIME.
F 34: McBride, Don (March 11, 1961).
Recreational Development-A Big Business. Speech given at the annual meeting of the Arkansas Basin Development Association.
F 35: Skinner, Carlton (March 17, 1961).
Statement on desalination to the Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.
F 36: Rayburn, Sam (April 15,1961).
Speech at the Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner at Raleigh, North Carolina.
F 37: Zuckert, Eugene M. (April 15, 1961).
Politics in the Space Age. Speech at Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
F 38: Williams, D. A. (May 12, 1961).
Multi-Purpose Goals in Watershed Projects. Speech given at the Poteau River Watershed Council Meeting, Poteau, Oklahoma.
F 39: Ellis, Clyde T. (May 16, 1961).
The Norris Mission: Key to the Western World. Speech given before the George W. Norris Centennial Conference, Washington, D.C.
F 40: Paiewonsky, Ralph (May 22, 1961).
Speech given before the Propeller Club of Puerto Rico to commemorate National Maritime Day.
F 41: Wilson, Walter King, Jr. (May 26, 1961).
Water Resources Development and Our National Future. Speech given before the National Rivers and Harbors Congress, Washington, D.C.
F 42: Greenwalt, Crawford H. (September 13, 1961).
Statement before Senate Finance Committee on DuPont ownership of GM stock.
F 43: Monroney, Mike (September 25, 1961).
a. Wiley Post: The Air Pioneer.
b. Speech on floor of Senate.
c. Speech material - Press release; typed sketch on Post; article by Clayton Vaughn.
F43b: Albert, Carl (September 27, 1961).
Speech on forests given before the House of Representatives.
F 44: Smith, Dan Throop (October 12, 1961).
The Federal Tax System: A Critique. Speech given to the Economic Institute, Washington, D.C.
F 45: Cassidy, William F. (October 21, 1961).
Western Water Development and the Army Engineers. Speech given at the meeting of National Reclamation Association in Billings, Montana.
F 46: Whitton, Rex M. (October 26, 1961).
The Interstate System and the Motor Hotel Business. Speech given at national convention of the American Motor Hotel Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
F 46b: Monroney, Mike (November 13, 1961).
Oil and War. Speech given at the annual meeting of the American Petroleum Institute, Chicago, Illinois.
F 47: Strackbein, O. R. (December 11, 1961).
Statement before the Boggs Subcommittee of the Joint Economic Committee on Economics on import-export policy..
F 48: Little, Bill .
Water Development in Oklahoma. Speech given to the Coal County Chamber of Commerce.
F 49: Malik, Charles (1962).
a. The Present World Situation.
b. Speech before Virginia State Bar Association.
c. Speech material - Excerpt of speech by RSK which was in a Washington Star article by David Lawrence.
F 49b: McGovern, George (January 10, 1962).
The Role of Food for Peace in U.S. Overseas Operations. Speech given at the Conference on Food and People, Washington, D.C.
F 50: Leach, Jack W. (February 19, 1962).
Broadcast on government information program in the Virgin Islands given in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.
F 50b: Fulenwider, Frank B. (March 10, 1962).
Oil's Future on the Arkansas Waters. Speech given before the Arkansas Basin Development Association, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
F 51: Kirkpatrick, Glade R. (May 17, 1962).
Statement on the Arkansas River Basin Project before the House Public Works Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee.
F 52: Cope, Gene (June 26, 1962).
Statement on the Arbuckle Project before Senate Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation in behalf of the city of Sulphur, Oklahoma.
F 53: Dillon, Douglas (June 26, 1962).
Statement on debt limit before Senate Finance Committee, Washington, D.C.
F 53b: Shriver, Sargent (June 26, 1962).
Challenge of the Peace Corps. Speech given at the annual convention of the General Federation of Women's Clubs.
F 54: Wilson, Walter King Jr. (July 13, 1962).
The Army Engineers' Role in Space. Speech given before Western Regional Convention, Society of American Military Engineers, Seattle, Washington.
F 54b: Monroney, Mike (July 31, 1962).
Depletion and the National Interest. Speech given before the American Petroleum Institute Midcontinent Conference. There are both a typed version and a printed version of this speech. The printed version said that the speech was given before the General Depletion Committee for the petroleum industry, Dallas, Texas.
F 55: Scantlan, Sam W. (August 2, 1962).
Giants of Anak. Speech given at the meeting of board of directors of S.A.N.E, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
F 56: McBride, Don (August 20, 1962).
What's Your Hurry. Speech on water resources given before Oklahoma Training Institute, Ada, Oklahoma. This speech was not given.
F 57: Littin, Basil R. (September 7, 1962).
Outlook in Washington. Speech given before the Arkansas-Louisiana Division of the Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Authority, New Orleans, Louisiana.
F 58: Mansfield, Michael (October 5, 1962).
Tribute to Senator Kerr. Speech given before the U.S. Senate.
F 58b: Connelly, D. L. (November 3, 1962).
Is There a Future in the Oil Industry. Speech given at a seminar of the Desk and Derrick Club of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
F 59: Cram, Ira H. (November 19, 1962).
Petroleum and National Strength. Speech given to the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Washington, D.C.
F 60: Agriculture (n.d. 1943-1948).
a. Topics include conservation, price parity, inflation, farm policy.
b. National Farm Chemurgic Council: Advance the Industrial Life of American Farm Products Through Applied Science, a pamphlet from the National Farm Chemurgic Council.
c. Fact Sheet "Farmers and Price Controls" from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Office of Price Administration.
d. "Farmers Stake in Finishing the Fight Against Inflation" from the Office of Price Administration.
e. "Plow, Plant and Play" an article on the reclamation era.
F 61: Agriculture (1949-1952).
a. Topics include farm policy.
b. News release from the office of Secretary Brannon; asks step-up in farm equipment conservation.
c. Excerpts from address by Marshall N. Dana at the 50th anniversary celebration, Roosevelt National Park, N. D.
d. Report from Kerr for President Headquarters with record and program of RSK on farm policy.
f. "Administration Again Trying to Scare Farmers" by George D. Aiken.
g. Index on farm and retail food prices for selected months.
h. Summary report of the 82nd Congress, Second Session.
i. Booklet, The General Farm and National Cooperative Organization of the United States.
j. Questions from the Oregon Farm Bureau Federation with answers from RSK.
k. Platform comparisons on price supports.
F 62: Agriculture (1953).
a. "President Eisenhower on a Deficit Next Year and the Farm Problem" from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.
b. S. 798, a bill to provide mandatory price supports for beef cattle.
c. Fact sheet dealing with the administration's "new negative policy" on agriculture from the Democratic National Committee.
d. Congressional debate on "Additional Emergency Assistance to Farmers and Stockmen." Debated by RSK, George Aiken, Mike Monroney, Russell Long., Hubert Humphrey, Wayne Morse, Sen. Albert Gore and Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson.
F 63: Agriculture (1954-1957, 1959, 1961).
a. Speech material dealing with federal price fixing blight on natural gas production. (Probably from the Democratic National Committee).
b. USDA price releases on price supports; pork.
c. News release from the office of Hubert H. Humphrey, "Republicans Farm Public Relations Firm Faces Criminal Charges."
d. Special memorandum to Democratic congressmen and senators on administration "soil bank" proposal from the Democratic National Committee.
e. Special memorandum on President Eisenhower's message on agriculture from Democratic National Committee.
f. Release from the offices of Mike Monroney and Robert S. Kerr on amendment to farm bill.
g. Press release from the office of Allen J. Ellender on Eisenhower's farm program.
h. News release from Hubert Humphrey, "Joker in Ike's Farm Bill Would Drive Farm Prices Down."
i. Special memorandum to Democratic congressmen and senators on analysis of President Eisenhower's State of the Union message from Democratic National Committee.
j. Presidential recommendations in special agriculture message from Senate Democratic Policy Committee.
k. Typescript on parity.
l. Congressional debate on the veto of farm bill. Debaters include RSK, Richard Russell, Sam Ervin and MiltonYoung.
m. President's agricultural recommendations for 1959.
p. Farm Legislative Status Report and Farm Economic Situation.
F 64: Allies and Allied Organizations. (n.d., 1942, 1951, 1961-1962).
Topics include France, Great Britain, Ethiopia, military protection, and Lend Lease; memorandum on the genocide convention.
F 65: American Forum of the Air (1949, 1951-1954).
a. Transcript of program "Should We Continue Price Controls" (June 24, 1951). The panelists were Paul H. Douglas and Everett M. Dirksen. The show was moderated by Theodore Granik.
b. Transcript of program "What's Going to Happen to Mobilization?" (August 19, 1951). Panelists were Hubert H. Humphrey and Everett M. Dirksen. Moderated by Theodore Granik.
c. Transcript of program "The Election Outlook at the Halfway Point." (October 12, 1952). Panelists were Homer Capehart and Robert S. Kerr. Moderated by Theodore Granik.
d. Transcript of program "Can We Prevent World War III?" (October 21, 1951). Panelists were Everett M Dirksen and Blair Moody. Moderated by Frank Blair.
e. Transcript of program "What Is the Future of the Republican Administration?" (November 1,1953). Panelists were Robert S. Kerr and Hugh Scott. Moderated by Stuart Finley.
f. Transcript of program "The Issues of 1952" (March 2,1952) Panelists were Robert S. Kerr and Everett Dirksen. Moderated by Theodore Granik. There is considerable correspondence concerning the March 2, 1952 show with RSK and Dirksen.
F 66: American Heart Association (1949-1950).
Correspondence concerning Kerr's possible appearance on the "VIP" amateur show on February 2, 1950. This show kicked off the 1950 heart campaign.
F 67: American Legion (1955-1960).
Contains information on the status of Kerr bills in the 84th and 85th Congress; summary of veteran's legislation reported in the first session of the 85th Congress; notes for speech Kerr gave at 1960 convention in Oklahoma City.
F 68: American Water Works Association (1961).
Newsletter: Willing Water (June 1961); Mueller Record (June-July 1961); Detroit Water: Where It Comes From, How It Is Treated and Distributed, Where It Goes.
F 69: America's Town Meeting of the Air (n.d., 1944, 1947, 1951-1953, 1955-1956).
a. Transcript for show, "Should the United States Government Develop Foreign Oil Reserves?" broadcast on March 16, 1944, with speakers Harold L. Ickes and E. H. Moore.
b. Material on Korea and foreign policy as well as transcript for show, "What Will the Korean Truce Mean," broadcast on July 17, 1951, with Orville A. Hitchcock as moderator; guests included Val Peterson, RSK, and Benjamin A. Cohen.
c. Background questions on various topics such as foreign policy and communism for show, "Our Foreign Policy: Success or Failure," broadcast on March 9, 1952, with RSK and Harry Cain; correspondence from those who heard the broadcast.
d. Correspondence, notes, and transcript for show, "Republicans or Democrats-Which Will Give Us a Better Foreign Policy?", broadcast on May 13, 1952, with Orville Hitchcock as moderator; guests included Owen Brewster and RSK.
e. Correspondence and notes for other broadcasts slated for 1952.
f. Transcript for show, "Should Congress Liberalize Our Foreign Trade Policy?" broadcast on January 27, 1953, with Gunnar Back as moderator; guests included RSK and Henry Dworshak.
g. Transcript for show, "Box-Score on the 84th Congress," broadcast on July 24, 1955 with Gunnar Back as moderator; guests included Carl T. Curtis, RSK, Eugene McCarthy, Chet Holifield, Kenneth Keating, and George Meader.
h. "Good Evening Neighbors": Fifteen Years of America's Town Meeting of the Air (1950).
F 70: Baptists (1952, 1962).
Leaflet on the graduates of the 1962 Baptist Children's Home and Boy's Ranch Town; speech material for the Oklahoma Baptist Convention on November 13, 1952.
F 71: Business and Industry. (n.d., 1940, 1946, 1948)
Typescript on various businesses and industries; correspondence. Correspondents includes Newt Graham.
F 72: Campaign of 1940 (1940)
Win With Roosevelt, leaflet written by RSK.
F 73: Campaign of 1942 (1942).
Includes correspondence and notes.
F 74: Campaign of 1944 (1944).
Various typed documents comparing FDR and Thomas E. Dewey; material on absentee civilian Democratic voters.
F 75: Campaign of 1946 (1946).
a. Platform of the Democratic Party of California.
b. Flyer for Will Rogers, Jr. campaign for U.S. Senate seat from California.
c. Flyer for John F. Shelley campaign for Lieutenant Governor from California.
d. Material from the Democratic National Committee.
e. Information on Olney Flynn.
f. Booklet on Democratic ticket for congressional seats for Missouri.
g. Flyer for reelection of William G. Stigler.
h. What Is the New Deal, booklet by Harve L. Melton. Concerns Olney Flynn.
F 76: Campaign of 1948 (1948).
Folder includes correspondence and notes. Also included is a comic book, The Story of Harry Truman.
F 77: Campaign of 1950 (1950).
a. Flyer for Edmund G. Brown campaign for Attorney General from California.
b. Typescript prepared by Illinois Democratic State Central Committee on Everett Dirksen and national defense and foreign affairs.
c. Biographical sketch on Johnston Murray.
d. Campaign literature for Scott W. Lucas, U.S. Senate candidate from Illinois.
e. Factual Campaign Information (government document).
f. "Who Voted to Strengthen the Free World? The Record of the United States Senate on Foreign Policy." Published by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.
g. Radio spots on the Oklahoma primary campaign involving Democratic candidates Elmer Thomas and Mike Monroney.
F 78: Campaign of 1952, Miscellaneous (1951-1953).
a. Georgetown University radio forum on "Issues in the Great Debate of 1952."
b. Miscellaneous correspondence and memoranda related to RSK's campaign activity after the national convention. Correspondents include Clinton P. Anderson.
c. Government publications on campaign facts and on foreign policy since WWII.
d. Claude Pepper, "The Influence of the Deep South Upon the Presidential Election of 1952," Georgia Review.
F 79: Campaign of 1952, Democratic National Committee (1951-1953).
Folder includes A Campaign Guide to Political Publicity, a handbook for candidates.
F 80: Campaign of 1952, Democratic National Convention in Chicago (1952).
Folder includes information on selecting delegates; lists of delegates; Democratic platform; Democratic Digest (August-September).
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