JOSH LEE COLLECTION
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Series 1: Speaking Engagements and Speeches (continued)

F 1: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Fair Farm Prices Will Boost Production of Food for War" (January 7, 1942).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 2: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "S. 860 as Aid to National Defense" (January 16, 1942).

Congressional Record excerpt. Concerns prohibition of liquor on military bases.

F 3: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Pledge of Allegiance and Support to the President by the Southern Baptist Convention" (January 19, 1942).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 4: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Prevent Profiteering at the Expense of the Farmer" (January 22, 1942).

Congressional Record excerpt; parity and the small farmer.

F 5: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Our National Welfare Demands Unity" (February 23, 1942).

Delivered at the George Washington Day Dinner in Oklahoma.

F 6: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Christian Citizenship" (March 1, 1942).

Discusses sacrifice and service in the life of the American Christian, patriotism, liberty. This speech was part of the series of network broadcasts of the Southern Baptist Convention

F 7: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Christian Mobilization for War" (March 5, 1942).

Congressional Record excerpt; conversion from peace to war.

F 8: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Increase Production-No Stoppage" (March 11, 1942).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 9: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Stop Profits and Boost Production" (March 18, 1942).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 10: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Do Not Endanger America's Oil Supply" (March 19, 1942).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 11 Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Campaign Address" (May 14, 1942).

Radio address from Washington, DC.; mobilization and what it means.

F 12: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Win the War and Build a Brave New World" (May 29, 1942).

Oklahoma Baptist University Commencement exercises. People must work hard together and concentrate on winning a moral victory, must transform the world.

F 13: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Campaign Address" (July 7, 1942).

Radio address from Washington, D.C.; a listing of Lee's legislative accomplishments.

F 14: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Campaign Address" (July 13, 1942).

Radio address from Washington, D.C.; lists of legislative steps taken in escalating the war effort beginning with an attempt to fortify Guam.

F 15: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Amendment to S. 2748 re Prohibiting Liquor and Vice on Military Bases" (October 5, 1942).

F 16: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Campaign Address from Washington, D.C." (October 16, 1942).

F 17: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "United Command of Armed Forces (October 19, 1942).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 18: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Aviation Will Build a New World" (1943-1944).

Economic Club of Detroit; Ocean City; Central Kentucky Education Association, Richmond, KY.

F 19: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Civil Aviation Will Help Prevent War" (February 19, 1945).

F 20: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "The Success Insurance Company" (1946, 1953).

Formula for success.

F 21: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Four Sides of a Well Rounded Life" (also called "A Life Four-Square") (September 1948).

Description of the successful life.

F 22: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "The Planned Promotion of Air Transportation" (May 25, 1950).

Given at the National Seminar for Feeder Airlines.

F 23: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "The Local Service Airlines" (May 17, 1954).

National Convention of the American Association of Airport Executives, Louisville, Ky., development and influence of local service airlines. Was later placed in the Congressional Record by A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 24: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Transportation and Progress" (1955, 1956).

Discusses the history of transportation, focuses on air transportation.

F 25: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "The Sail, the Wheel, and the Wing" (January 24, 1956).

Development of air transportation.

F 26: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Sense and Nonsense" (September 20, 1956).

Formula for success.

F 27: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Campaign Speech" (September 27, 1956).

Norman, OK; political rally discusses differences in party principles, past party records and personalities.

F 28: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Campaign Speech" (October 18, 1956).

Fund raising dinner in Ada, OK, discusses Republican economies, corruption, Democratic personalities and principles.

F 29: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "The Eisenhower Administration" (1956).

Campaign speech. Corruption and efficiency in the Eisenhower Administration.

F 30: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "The Republican Old Guard..." (1956).

Portion of a campaign speech; inadequacies in Eisenhower's policies toward taxes and TVA, basic philosophical differences between the two parties.

F 31: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Victory is Within Our Grasp" (1956).

Campaign speech.

F 32: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Window Dressing for the GOP" (1956).

Campaign speech. Focus on Korea, communism, corruption.

F 33: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "No Leadership" (1956).

Shortcomings of Eisenhower's leadership abilities.

F 34-35: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Our Invisible Defenses" (1957; 1960-1962; 1966).

This speech was given over a period of years in a variety of places. It discusses the importance of spiritual strength in a war.

F 36: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "A Prepared Man" (1959-1961).

School commencement ceremonies in Norman, Blanchard, Tulsa and Enid.

F 37: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Patriotism of Peace" (1960, 1962).

Little Axe, OK, outlines the necessary characteristics of patriotism.

F 38: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Religion and Politics" (1960).

Campaign speech; implications of John F. Kennedy's religion.

F 39: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Religion and Politics" (1960).

Campaign speech; how the Eisenhower-Nixon administration enhanced communist infiltration by taking a permissive stance.

F 40: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "How to Make a Million Dollars in Psychological Income" (1961-1963).

Ad Club; meeting in Shamrock, Texas; State Convention of Future Business Leaders; Stillwater Junior Chamber of Commerce; Rotary District Convention, Norman, OK; how to live a clean, happy and therefore successful life.

F 41: Speaking Engagements-Speeches: "Patriotism in a Cold War" (October 3, 1963).

The importance of spiritual strength in peacetime.

Speeches by Others

F 42: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: H. R. Cromwell - "Prelude to Disaster: The Story of the Betrayal of Korea" (n.d.).

Introduction by Karl Mundt.

F 43: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: Jake Hoover - "Oklahoma" (1928).

Description of Oklahoma's qualities.

F 43B: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: Jed Johnson – “Why Pension Rich Reserve Bank Officials When Others Who Are Really Deserving Are Refused Recognition?” (February 1, 1928).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 44: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: Jed Johnson - "A Million Aliens Smuggled Into America" (1929).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 45: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: Jed Johnson - "Universal Draft Law (1928); A Plea for Those For Whom the World War Has Not Yet Ended" (1930); Hawley-Smoot-Grundy High Tariff Bill" (1930); and "Achievements and Failures of the Seventy-first Congress" (1930).

Congressional Record excerpt; folder includes correspondence.

F 46: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: Huey Long - "Efforts to Save Depositors of All Banks" (March 11, 1933).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 47: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: Huey Long - "War Cry for World Democracy; Today's Cry for American Dictatorship" (March 13, 1933).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 48: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: Robert L. Doughton - "Revenue Bill of 1935" (August 2, 1935).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 49: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: Alben W. Barkley - "Address at the Democratic National Convention" (July 16, 1940).

Historical perspective on Democratic Party development. Chicago, Ill.

F 50: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: Ross Rizley - "The Farms and Foreign Trade" (March 3, 1941).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 51: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: Mrs. Josh Lee - "Campaign Speech for Josh Lee" (1942).

Discusses Lee's war efforts.

F 52: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: Mrs. Josh Lee - "Campaign Speech for Josh Lee" (June 17, 1942).

F 53: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: J. Berry King - "Campaign Speech for Josh Lee" (June 30, 1942).

Qualities that make Lee an important leader in wartime.

F 54: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: J. Berry King - "Campaign Speech for Josh Lee" (July 12, 1942).

Answering political smears made on Lee's name.

F 55: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: Robert S. Kerr - "Campaign Address" (October 19, 1942).

F 56: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: Robert S. Kerr - "Campaign Address" (October 26, 1942).

F 57: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: Elmer Thomas - "War Effort" (October 28, 1942).

F 58: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: Carl Albert - "World Phonetic Alphabet Key to All Languages" (April 3, 1947).

Congressional Record excerpt; concerns a resolution adopted by the Oklahoma congressional delegation honoring Robert L. Owen, who developed the alphabet.

F 59: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: Ross Rizley - "Former Senator Robert L. Owen" (April 22, 1947).

F 60: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: William G. Stigler - "Them Good Old Horse-and-Buggy Days" (May 1, 1950).

Congressional Record excerpt; concerns a poem written by Jed Johnson.

F 61: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: Harry S. Truman - "Address before the Committee on Platform and Resolutions of the Democratic National Convention" (August 17, 1956).

Urges the committee to consider the platform carefully urging them to keep it. Consistent with past principles.

F 62: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: Harry S. Truman - "Address at the Democratic National Convention" (August 17, 1956).

Pledges support to Adlai Stevenson at the Democratic National Convention.

F 63: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: John J. Sparkman - "Regulatory Policies-Wise and Otherwise" (June 25, 1958).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 64: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: J. K. Stewart - "Religion in the White House" (May 22, 1960).

Can John F. Kennedy be loyal to both church and state?

F 65: Speaking Engagements-Speeches by Others: Ralph W. Yarborough - "Jennings Randolph and a Proposed Department of Peace" (July 5, 1960).

Congressional Record excerpt.

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