CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 1

F 1: Albert, Carl (1910).

a. Scientific American.  (August 13, 1910).

b. Biographical sketch.  Re:  Birth to 1956.

F 1b: Albert, Carl (1926).

Program. McAlester High School Drama Program.

F 2: Albert, Carl (1927).

a. Correspondence with speech.  "The Constitution" by Carl Albert.  Re:  speech given by Albert at the Regional Oratorical Contest in Kansas City, Missouri, 1927.

b. Program.  Re:  the Oklahoma State Elimination Contest for the Fourth National Oratorical Contest on the American Constitution.  (April 29, 1927).

c. Clipping.  "Oklahoma Boy Wins District Oratory."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert, winner of the semi-final oratorical contest in Kansas City, Missouri.  (May 8,1927).

d. Clipping.  "McAlester Students Celebrate Victory." Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert, winner of the semi-final oratorical contest in Kansas City, Missouri.  (May 8, 1927).

e. Correspondence with newspaper.  "Carl Albert Goes East" and "The Midwest Champion Orator."  Includes photo of Albert.  From Golden Years edition of the Daily Oklahoman.  (February 23, 1972).

f. Article.  "A Red-Headed Boy."  My Oklahoma.  Re:  detailed account of Albert's climb to be a contestant at the National Oratorical Contest.  Includes photos of Carl and Ernest Albert.

g. Clipping.  "The Midwest's Champion Orator."  Daily Oklahoman.  Include photo of Albert.  (May 15, 1927). 

h. Newspaper page.  "Friends United By Paper Story."  McAlester News-Capital.  Re:  Carl Albert and Frank Watson.  (October 20, 1967).

i. Page from Dancing Rabbit (1926) and "Second Assembly Program of Poetry Club, February 25, 1927 (introduction by Carl Albert). Accompanying correspondence, 1959.

j. Clipping. "Carl Albert Captures Mid-West Semi Finals." Rabbit's Foot. Includes photo (poor quality) of Albert. (May 18, 1927).

k. Clipping. "Carl Albert Again Wins In Oratory Test." Daily Oklahoman[?]. (1927?).

l. Other Clippings on Oratorical Contest (photocopies of pictures of Albert included).

m. Program. National Semi Final, 4th Annual National Oratorical Contest with handwritten results (May 7, 1927).

F 3: Albert, Carl (1928).

a. Speech by Carl Albert.  "The Constitution."  Re:  the 4th Annual National Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest, 1928, which Albert won. 

b. Clipping. "Boy Orator Will Campaign For Mayor Charles Arnold In Constitution Speeches." (1928?).

c. Clipping. "The Little Orator Returns." Bulletin of the Better America Federation of California. (October 4, 1928).

d. Clipping. "Champion Orator Also Marvelous Mat Artist." Oklahoma Daily [?]. (1928?)

F 4: Albert, Carl (1929).

Clipping.  "State Boys Picked as Rhodes Scholarship Candidates at O.U."  (October 17, 1929).

F 5: Albert, Carl (1930).

a. Clipping.  "Youths to Reunite at Oxford."  Re: Carl Albert and Savoie Lottinville.

b. "Parliamentary Law as Used in Congress," term report by Carl Albert, May 20, 1930, with correspondence (1959).

c. "Home Talent Debators Must Talk Fast to Thwart Threat of Invading Oxonians," Oklahoma Daily, December 6, 1930.

F 6: Albert, Carl (1931).

Commencement Program.  "Thirty-Ninth Annual Commencement, University of Oklahoma, June 9, 1931."  Awards listed. 

F 6b: Albert, Carl (1933).

Photo of Albert (copied). "Orators of former days who have won prizes in the various oratorical contests sponsored by the Public Speaking Department." University of Oklahoma Bulletin (February 11, 1933).

F 7: Albert, Carl (1935).

Oklahoma City Times (Golden Years Special Edition).  Re:  Reprints of famous events which occurred in 1935-1939.  These events or people included the death Will Rogers and Wiley Post, King Edward's abdication of the English throne, Amelia Earhart, and Adolf Hitler.  (March 8, 1971).

F 7b: Albert, Carl (1945).

a. Clipping. "State Congressman Joins Up." Daily Oklahoman [?]. (1945?) Photocopy of picture with caption.

b. Clipping. "Carl B. Albert Will Return From Service in Far East." Oklahoma Daily. (November 24, 1945).

F 8: Albert, Carl (1946-1947).

a. Newspaper page.  "The Boy From Bug Tussle."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  (September 1, 1946).

b. Campaign flyer for 1946 election.  "You Can Send Carl Albert From a Cabin in the Cotton to Congress."

c. Clipping, photo and caption. "New Sooner Congressmen Tackle Job They Asked For," 6 January 1947.

F 9: Albert, Carl (1948).

a. Clipping.  "Lawrence, Albert Rap `Wall Street Tories,' `Do-nothing Congress'."  Evening Republican (Meadville, PA). (March 2, 1948).

b. Photocopy of cover of Legislative Calender for the Committee of Agriculture.  Included is page of the Index of Authors which includes Albert.  (July 8, 1948).

F 9b: Albert, Carl (1949-1950).

Clippings.

F 10: Albert, Carl (1951).

a. Photocopy of cover of Legislative Calender for the Committee of Agriculture.  Included is page of the Index of Authors which includes Albert.  (January 10, 1951).

b. Typescript of Oklahoma House Joint Resolution, No. 21.  Re:  adoption of the Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher as the Oklahoma State bird; gift from Larry Cates of wood work of Oklahoma.  (May 26, 1951).

F 11: Albert, Carl (1952).

a. Photocopy of cover of Legislative Calender for the Committee of Agriculture.  Included is page of the Index of Authors which includes Albert.  (July 18, 1952).

b. Photocopy of article.  "Shepherds of Capitol Hill" by Alfred Steinberg.  Nation's Business.  Re:  party whips.  (January 1952).

c. "Four Oklahoma Reps. Support Fair Measures," Trainsman News, May 26, 1952, on Albert, Jarman, Steed, and Wickersham.

F 12: Albert, Carl (1953).

a. Typescript of article.  "Tales Told To Me" by John M. Virden.  Re:  Albert's youth in Pittsburg County, Oklahoma.  Article appeared in Air Force Times, October, 1953.

b. Clipping.  "What Are We Waiting For?"  From Washington, D.C. newspaper.  Re:  photo of Mary Frances Albert riding bicycle.  (August 2, 1953). 

c. Typescript of article. T. & L. class publication, Grand Avenue Methodist Church. (August 2, 1953).

F 13: Albert, Carl (1954).

a. Clipping.  "Albert Seeks Enactment of Indian Bills."  Tulsa Tribune (?).  Re:  Indian Bill.  (December 9, 1954).

b. Photocopy of cover of Legislative Calender for the Committee of Agriculture.  Included is page of the Index of Authors which includes Albert.  (September 15, 1954).

c. Handwritten notes outlining Albert's life.

d. Typescript, "Votes Cast in General Elections - Third District, 1946-1954."

F 14: Albert, Carl (1955).

a. Press release.  Washington, D.C.  Re:  the appointment of Carl Albert as Majority Whip of the House.

b. United Press Extra.  "A Job Done."  Re:  Albert's reinforcement of the policy of not sending sole-surviving sons overseas during wartime.  (February 2, 1955).

c. Article.  "Oklahoma and the Democratic Whip" by Carl Albert.  Sooner Magazine.  Re:  Albert's first encounters as a Democratic whip.  (July 1955). 

d. Telegrams, between Albert and Col. John Virden.  Re:  description of contests Albert won during 1927-1929.  (November 9, 1955).

e. List.  Re:  Whips of the House of Representatives, 74th-83rd Congresses, 1935-1955.

f. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Wins Big House Battle." Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  bill that fixes prices supports on six basic commodities at a mandatory 90 percent of parity.  (1955?).

g. Clipping.  "Echoes From Capitol Hill."  Re:  Albert as Majority Whip.  (1955?).

h. Correspondence with M. L. Wardell, Faculty Sponsor, Phi Eta Sigma Fraternity, University of Oklahoma. (March 11 and 14, 1955). Re: greetings to new fraternity brothers.

i. Typescript. Biography. 1955?

j. Correspondence and Clippings. re: Albert as majority whip. The Indian (?). Includes photo of Mary Frances, Mary, David, and Carl Albert.

F 15: Albert, Carl (1956).

a. Clipping.  "Albert in Again as House Whip."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert re-elected to Majority Whip position.  (January 3, 1956).

b. Photocopy of cover of Legislative Calender for the Committee of Agriculture.  Included is page of the Index of Authors which includes Albert.  (August 7, 1956).

c. Clipping. "D. C. Wash." New York Daily News. Re: Albert's rise in politics. September 14, 1956.

d. Clipping. "Colorful Sooner Solon Fast Making National Reputation." Waco Times-Herald. September 17, 1956.

e. Typescript. "Biographical Sketch of Congressman Carl Albert." and correspondence with Dayton Blair, Associated Press, May 1956.

F 16: Albert, Carl (1957).

a. Newspaper page.  "Off to the White House."  Evening Star.  Re:  photo of Mr. and Mrs. Albert with their son, David, 2.  (March 1, 1957).

b. Article.  "Albert Defines Law Making to 500 Here."  Take Off.  Re:  Albert's speech on the Legislative Processes.  (October 31, 1957).

c. Typescript. "Biographical Sketch of Carl Albert." Used for 1957 Oklahoma Hall of Fame ceremony.

d. Mimeographed materials from U. S. Army Congressional Command and Operations Group to Carl Albert, 1957.

F 17: Albert, Carl (1958).

a. Photocopy of cover of Legislative Calender for the Committee of Agriculture.  Included is a page of the Index of Authors which includes Albert.  (December 5, 1958).

b. Correspondence.  Re:  information for Who's Who in America.  (December 26, 1958).

F 18: Albert, Carl (1959).

a. Biographical information submitted to Who's Who in America.  (January 22, 1959).

b. Biographical information. Re: suggested introduction of Carl Albert.  (February 10, 1959).

c. Report by the Library of Congress.  "Whips."  Re:  description of a Whip's responsibilities and duties.  (May 19, 1959).

d. Letter of appreciation from Sam Rayburn.  (September 17, 1959).

e. Clipping.  "Schools Are Facing Major Challenge, Albert Says."  Re:  education in the United States and U.S.S.R. 

f. Record. re: Army Reserve Record of Individual Performance of Inactive Duty Training.

g. Clipping. "Margaret Losey Feels Like Fabled Cinderella." Sooner Newsmaker. Re: Assistant to Albert returns to the University of Oklahoma. (November 1959)

F 19: Albert, Carl (1957, 1959).

Correspondence.  Re:  requests for information about Albert.

F 20: Albert, Carl (1960).

a. Clipping.  "Carl Albert and his Bull Whip."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re: Albert's influence as Democratic whip.  (February 23, 1960). 

b. Photocopy of the Legislative Calender for the Committee of Agriculture. Included is a page of the Index of Authors which includes Albert.  (November 30, 1960).

c. Correspondence with clippings. "Carl Albert - Will He Refuse a Post in the President's Cabinet?" Capitol Hill Beacon. re: overview of Albert's career.

d. Clippings. "Charlie Wards Have a Busy, Interesting Life." re: Charles and Mary Ward.

F 21: Albert, Carl (1960).

Correspondence.  Re:  various requests which included autographs, information, and photographs of Albert. 

F 22: Albert, Carl (1961).

a. Correspondence from Hale Boggs.  Re:  function honoring Albert. 

b. Clipping.  "City's Dial Phone System Starts."  Durant Daily Democrat.  Re:  Durant's new dial telephone system.  Includes photos of Albert.  (March 5, 1961).

c Western Union Telegram to Frank Smith from Sam Rayburn.  Re:  appreciation of Albert.  (September 14, 1961).

d. Clipping.  "Albert's Aide Goes on Tour of Installations."  McAlester News-Capital.  Re:  Charles L. Ward trip to European military installations.  (October 30, 1961).

e. Clipping.  "Free Garden Seen Meant Congress to Albert" by Lois Laycook.  Nashville Tennessean. Re:  Albert becoming House Majority Leader, biographical sketch included.  (December 27, 1961).

f. Clipping.  "A Tale of a Surprise That Almost Backfired" by Isabelle Shelton.  Washington Star.  Re:  surprise party for Albert.  (September 24, 1961).

g. Clipping.  Re" photo of John McCormack, Albert, Hubert Humphrey, Sam Rayburn, and Mike Mansfield at White House meetings.  (1961).

h. Clipping.  "Split in House Averted."  Jacksonville Journal (?).  Re:  Majority Leader race.  (1961).

i. Clipping.  "Free Garden Seed Meant Congress to Albert."  Re:  Carl Albert and Majority Leader race.  (1961?). 

j. Clipping. "Albert's Leadership to be Contrast." Daily Oklahoman. Re: Albert as Majority Leader. (1961?).

k. Clipping. "Southeastern Hills Turn Out Little Giant to Tackle Big Job." Daily Oklahoman. Re: Albert as majority leader. (Sept. 3, 1961.)

F 23: Albert, Carl (1961).

Correspondence.  Re:  requests for information about Albert.

F 24: Albert, Carl (January-April 1962).

a. Article.  "How Tall is a Giant?"  Sooner Magazine.  Re:  brief overview of Albert's life and job as Majority Leader.  (January 1962). Includes photo of Carl Albert, Harry Byrd, Mike Mansfield, Lyndon B. Johnson, Hubert Humphrey, and John McCormack.

b. Article.  "Carl Albert, Little Giant From Little Dixie, Named Head of House Democrats."  Kappa Alpha Journal.  Re:  Brief biography sketch and Albert's appointment as Majority Leader.  (January 1962).

c. Clipping.  "Albert Started Out In 1-Room School."  Re: Albert's chances of an appointment to the Majority Leadership position.  (January 1, 1962).

d. Clipping.  "Albert Assured of House Post."  Re:  Albert assured of election as the Majority Leader.  (January 2, 1962). 

e. Clipping.  "Next Majority Leader."  New York Times.  Re:  Albert as Majority Leader.  (January 4, 1962). 

f. Clipping.  "Carl Albert:  Nose-Counter From Bug Tussle."  Re:  Albert's political approach.  (January 12, 1962).

g. Clipping.  "BMOC to Congress."  Oklahoman Daily.  Re:  Albert's transition from Congressman to Majority Leader.  (January 13, 1962).

h. Biographical sketch of Mr. and Mrs. Albert.  (January 29, 1962).

i. Clipping.  "Know Your Congressman."  Re:  biographical sketch.  (January 29, 1962).

j. Clipping.  "Oklahomans Honor Albert."  Oklahoma Rural News.  Re: appreciation of Albert's record regarding farm legislation.  Biographical sketch included.  (February 1, 1962).

k. Speech by Carl Albert.  "The Duties of the Speaker."  Congressional Record.  (March 7, 1962).

l. Newspaper page.  "Little Giant From Bug Tussle."  McAlester Democrat. Re:  Review of article written by John M. Virden in Saturday Evening Post about Albert.  (March 22, 1962).

m. Clipping.  "Profile of the Boy From Bug Tussle."  Southeast Oklahoman.  Re:  Review of article written by John M. Virden in Saturday Evening Post.  (March 22, 1962).

n. Article.  "Little Giant From Bug Tussle." by John M. Virden.  Saturday Evening Post.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert and his new position of Majority Leader.  (April 24, 1962).

o. Clipping.  "Observer Finds It Difficult to Realize Carl Albert Man Guiding JFK's Program" by Jim Monroe.  McAlester News-Capital.  Re:  Albert's representation of his district.  (April 4, 1962).

p. Clipping.  "Albert Has Come Long Way From Bug Tussle."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  Albert's achievements.  (April 11, 1962).

q. Clipping.  "Albert Legend In Little Dixie."  Daily Ardmoreite.  Re:  Albert's style as Majority Leader.  (April 24, 1962). 

r. Information describing the duties of the Majority Leader of the U.S. House of Representatives.  (n.d.).

s. Press release from Ed Edmondson's office.  Re:  Edmondson's endorsement of Albert for Majority Leader.  (n.d.).

t. Remarks. "The Gentleman Giant from Oklahoma," by Joe I. Evins. re: biographical sketch of Albert by John M. Virden. (March 29, 1962.)

u. Clipping, "'Lilacs Bloom Without Me,' Says Mrs. Albert." Daily Oklahoman, April 15, 1962, about Mary Albert and the Albert family.

v. Clipping. "Congressmen, Press Peer Into Future." Daily Oklahoman. Re: Meeting between state Congressmen and the Oklahoma Press Association. With photos, no continuance of story enclosed. (January 29, 1962).

w. Clipping. "'Albert's Soft Sell'" Oklahoma Daily, reprint from the Wall Street Journal. (April 27, 1962; reprint from March 7, 1962).

F 25: Albert, Carl (May-December 1962).

a. Newsletter.  "Our Portrait:  Carl B. Albert-Master of Speech."  Overseas Report.  Re:  Albert as Majority Leader.  (May 1, 1962).  (Translated from German).

b. Questionnaire from Who's News.  Includes basic statistics such as birth date, education, religion, etc.  (June 6, 1962).

c. Clipping.  "It's Dr. Carl Albert Now..."  McAlester Democrat.  Re:  photo of Albert receiving honorary doctorate from President John E. Brown of John Brown University.  (June 7, 1962).

d. Clipping.  "Albert Warmly Praised by President."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  kind remarks made in Albert's behalf by President Kennedy.  (September 21, 1962).

e. List of Distinguished Service Citation Recipients from 1948-1962.  Includes Carl Albert as a recipient and gives description on program.

f. Photocopy of Legislative Calendar for the Committee of Agriculture.  Included is a page of the Index of Authors which includes Albert.  (December 20, 1962).

g. "She's a 'Silent' Political Partner," Daily Oklahoman, December 16, 1962, about Mary Albert.

h. Clipping. "'Delicate Touch' Launches Ship." Daily Oklahoman. (May 20, 1962) Mrs. Carl Albert christens destroyer.

i. Clippings of photos with captions (copied). Norman Transcript. (May 27-28, 1962).

F 26: Albert, Carl (1962).

Correspondence.  Re:  requests for information about Albert.

F 27: Albert, Carl (1963).

a. Reprint.  "The Honorable Carl Albert, Majority Leader of the House" by Walter Emery.  NAEB Journal.  Re:  Albert's views on education.  (January-February 1963).

b. Speech by Robert Everett.  "Little Giant in House-Carl Bert Albert."  Congressional Record. Appendix.  Re: reprint of article on Albert.  (February 18, 1963).

c. Clipping.  "Congressman Albert's No. 1 Duty is Representing People in His District."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  Albert's future role and tasks.  (March 20, 1963).

d. Article.  "The Boy from Bug Tussle."  Business Week.  Re:  Carl Albert heading for the role of Speaker of the House. (March 23, 1963). 

e. Correspondence.  Re:  article in Business Week.  (March 29, 1963).

f. Clipping.  "House Leader Predicts Rights Law Passage" by Robert Walsh.  Sunday Star (Washington, D.C.).  Re:  Albert predicts which bills are to pass or fail in Congress such as the Wheat and the Voting Rights bills.  (June 2, 1963).

g. Typescript copy of correspondence from President Lyndon B. Johnson.  Re:  a written testimony by Johnson for Carl Albert Appreciation Day.  (November 30, 1963).

h. Newsletter.  "Albert Works Closely With President."  Oklahoma Democrat.  Re:  Albert's relationship with President Johnson.  Others articles included:  "`Little Giant' Keeps Close Ties With Folks in Little Dixie," "Albert Quotes," "What They Say About Albert," "Neighbors Like Albert; So Does Johnson," and "Albert Predicts Johnson Will Win." 

i. Clipping on Albert family.

F 28: Albert, Carl (1963).

Correspondence.  Re: requests for information about Albert.  Correspondents include E. T. Dunlap.

F 29: Albert, Carl (January-April 1964).

a. Postcard with press release.  Re:  photo of Albert with President Johnson in the President's office.  (January 9, 1964).

b. Program for dedication and open house for the Carl B. Albert Junior and Senior High School in Midwest City, Oklahoma.  (January 12, 1964).

c. Clipping.  "Rep. Albert Dedicates School Named for Him."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Carl B. Albert Junior - Senior High School in Midwest City, Oklahoma.  (January 13, 1964).

d. Clipping.  "Sooners Returning to Snowy Capital."  Oklahoma City Times.  Re:  Oklahoma delegation return to Washington, D.C.  (January 13, 1964). 

e. Clipping.  "Congress Doing Fine, Rep. Albert Believes."  Oklahoma City Times.  Re:  88th Congress and various legislation including Civil Rights bills.  (February 25, 1964).

f. Form from Who is Who in the Oklahoma Legislature.  Re:  statistical information such as military background.  (February 27, 1964).

g. Clippings.  "Red Carpet's Out for Our Carl!" and "Welcome to Our County, Congressman Albert."  Hugo Daily News.  Re:  Events scheduled for Carl Albert Appreciation Day and an editorial about the virtues of Albert.  Correspondence included.  (April 17, 1964).

h. Newspaper page.  "Albert Honored at '27 Reunion."  McAlester News-Capital.  Re:  Albert honored at the McAlester High School class of 1927 reunion.  Picture of Albert with former teacher included.  (April 20, 1971).

i. Photocopy of telegram from Lyndon Johnson to Carl Albert, January 2, 1964.

F 30: Albert, Carl (May-December 1964).

a. Newspaper.  McAlester News-Capital.  Re:  Project `74 Forward McAlester, Oklahoma.  Week of activities include Carl Albert Appreciation Day.  Paper contains advertisements throughout which mention Albert.  (May 13, 1964). 

b. Clipping.  "Imogene Holmes of Idabel as Senator Edmondson's Secretary is Little Dixie Ambassador."  Broken Bow News.  (May 21, 1964).

c. Program for an event honoring Albert.  "In Appreciation:  The Little Giant of Little Dixie."  Event at Aldridge Hotel, McAlester, Oklahoma.  (May 14, 1964).

d. Clipping.  "Grand Renamed in Honor of Carl Albert."  McAlester News-Capital.  Re: Grand Avenue in McAlester renamed Carl Albert Parkway.  This event occurred during Carl Albert Appreciation Day.  (May 14, 1964). 

e. Clipping.  "Congressman Grateful for Hometown Tribute."  McAlester News-Capital.  Re:  Albert expressed thanks for Carl Albert Appreciation Day.  (May 15, 1964).

f. Clipping.  "`Little Giant' of Politics."  New York Times.  Re:  biographical sketch and Albert as majority leader.  (August, 1964).

g. Term paper by James D. McWilliam.  "Study of a Congressman."  Re:  Carl Albert and duties as Majority Leader.  (June 5, 1964).

h. Clipping.  "A Little Giant from Bug Tussle" by Bill Henry.  Los Angeles Times.  Re:  Albert's rise and success as Majority Leader.  (August 16, 1964).

i. Clipping.  "Dems Doubt Platform Battle; Johnson Due To Have Way."  Dallas Times Herald.  Re:  1964 Democratic Platform.  (August 16, 1964).  (Includes photo of Albert).

j. Clipping.  "Platform to Have President's Stamp."  Dallas Morning News.  Re:  1964 Democratic Platform.  (August 16, 1964).

k. Article.  "Close-up Democratic Convention-Atlantic City."  T.V. Guide.  Re:  Democratic Convention, Includes photo of Albert.  (August 25, 1964).

l. Statistics.  "Characteristics of Members of the 89th Congress."  Re:  ages, occupations, and religions of members of Congress.

m. Clipping.  "Five Key Questions Facing Congress in its New Term."  Re:  legislation and the 88th Congress.  Includes photos of Carl Albert, Mike Mansfield, Hubert Humphrey, John McCormack, Lyndon Johnson, Charles A. Halleck, and Everett M. Dirksen. (1964).

n. Clipping.  "TV, Not Mounties, Gets Carl Albert."  Re:  Carl Albert's vacation to Canada.  (1964).

o. Correspondence.  Re:  Albert's speech at the National Oratorical Contest in Kansas City in 1926.

p. "Social Calender Always Full For Carl Alberts." Sunday Oklahoman. (June 14, 1964).

F 31: Albert, Carl (1964).

Correspondence.  Re:  Albert's appreciation to various constituents for sending clippings.

F 32: Albert, Carl (January-February 1965).

Magazine.  Time. Re:  Albert's effectiveness as Majority Leader.  Albert featured on the Cover.  (January 15, 1965). 

F 33: Albert, Carl (March-November 1965).

a. Magazine.  "Majority Leader Honored in Oklahoma."  Kappa Alpha Journal.  Re:  Albert's accomplishments and qualities.  (March 1965).

b. Newspaper page.  "Four Rhodes Scholars Hold High Government Posts."  Dallas Morning News.  Re:  Rhodes Scholars that occupy government position, Albert included.  (April 27, 1965).

c. Newspaper page.  "A Day in the Life of Majority Leader."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  summary of Albert's daily schedule along with duties of Majority Leader.  (May 8, 1965).

d. Speech by Carl Albert at Congressional Prayer Breakfast.  "This Nation, Under God."  Re:  office of the Chaplain.  (July 1, 1965).

e. Clipping.  "Carl Albert:  Our Next Speaker of the House!"  Oklahoma Journal.  Re:  Albert predicted as next Speaker of the House.  Includes biographical sketch.  Includes photo of Albert with Lyndon Johnson, Hubert H. Humphrey, and Abraham J. Multer.  (October 23, 1965).

f. Program.  "Dads' Association Supplies Scholarships, Aids."  Dad's Day Official Souvenir Program.  Re:  article devoted to functions of the Dads' Association and their contribution to the University of Oklahoma.  Includes photo of Dad's Day Winners 1931 (award for outstanding seniors) which includes Albert.  (October 30, 1965).

g. Report, "Your Washington Report by A. B. Won Pat."  Re:  Albert pays tribute to Guam at a reception.  (October 1965).

h. Newspaper.  The Democrat.  Re:  special edition which salutes and praises the activities of the 89th Congress.  (November 8, 1965).

i. Program for Carl Albert Appreciation Day, Dinner, and Rally. Re:  dinner given by the Oklahoma County Democratic Central Committee.  (October 26, 1965).

j. Statement by Carl Albert.  Re:  Vietnam.  (August 6, 1965).

k. Clipping.  "Rhodes Scholars Show Education Doesn't Hurt at Election Time."  Sunday Oklahoman.  (April 25, 1965).

l. Clipping.  "It's Carl's Boy."  The Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  photo of David Albert getting the first baseman's mitt used Monday by Lyndon Johnson in throwing out the first baseball of the season.  (April 13, 1965).

F 34: Albert, Carl (December 1965).

a. Press release from the office of Carl Albert.  Re: Departure and replacement of Albert's Legislative Assistant, Thomas Kenan.  (December 27, 1965).

b. Newspaper.  White House News Photographer.  Re:  Photo of David Albert taking pictures.  (December 1965). 

c. Newspaper.  "Outranked by Four."  Oklahoma Democrat.  Re:  Albert's support for the re-election of Fred R. Harris.  (December 1965).

d. Magazine.  "Testimonial Dinner Honors Carl Albert."  DAV Magazine (Disabled American Veterans, Department of Oklahoma).  Re:  Albert's appreciation of veterans.  (December 1965).

e. Pencil sketch of Albert.  (1965).

f. Speech by Carl Albert.  "This Nation, Under God."  Congressional Record.  Re:  speech at Congressional Prayer Breakfast.  (July 12, 1965).

F 35: Albert, Carl (January 1966).

a. Article.  "Two OCA Award Winners Named."  Oklahoma Cowman.  Re:  Albert as one of award winners of the Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association annual appreciation award.  (January 1966).

b. Photocopy of Article.  "In the Circle: Carl Albert."  Washington World.  Re:  Albert as Majority Leader.  (January 1966). 

c. Article.  "What News Laws Will Congress Pass."  Nation's Business.  Re:  interviews with Albert and Gerald Ford on the subject of what bills will become laws.  (January 1966).

F 36: Albert, Carl (March 1966).

a. Clipping.  "Jim Wright to be Next House Speaker."  El Paso Times.  Re:  prediction that Jim Wright will succeed John McCormack as Speaker of the House.  (March 10, 1966). 

b. Questionnaire.  Who's Who in American Politics.  Re:  basic statistics on Albert and family.  (March 30, 1966).

F 37: Albert, Carl (April 1966).

Correspondence.  Re:  Albert as recipient for honorary membership to Epsilon Sigma Alpha International. Includes tribute by Lyndon Johnson.  (Correspondents include Hubert H. Humphrey).

F 38: Albert, Carl (May 1966).

a. Newspaper page.  "McAlester Office Vital Cog in Postal Service." McAlester News-Capital.  Re:  Albert's presentation of the flag to the McAlester Post Office.  (May 27, 1966). 

b. Speech by Carl Albert.  "The Legislative Process in Action."  Congressional Record.  Re:  Dr. Cortez Ewing and the basic legislative process.  (May 23, 1966).

c. Clipping.  "Government Not a Textbook."  ? Courier.  Re:  Albert's speech at the University of Oklahoma regarding the reality of government versus government presented in textbooks.  (May 30, 1966).

F 39: Albert, Carl (June 1966).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  dinner given by the Oklahoma State Society in honor of Albert. Correspondents include Leverett Saltonstall and William L. Springer.

b. Memorandum.  Re:  information concerning Albert's military service in the Philippines and his legislative aid to the Philippines as a congressman.

F 40: Albert, Carl -- Testimonial Dinner Correspondence (July 1966).

Correspondence.  Re:  Testimonial Dinner for Albert include list of people to attend and those to thank.  Correspondents include John Conyers, Jr., George Cross, Charles A. Halleck, Alexander Pirnie, and Stuart Symington.

F 41: Albert, Carl - Testimonial Dinner Clippings (July-August 1966).

a. Clipping.  "Top Figures To Help Fete Carl Albert." Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  those will will attend the Albert Testimonial Dinner.  (July 14, 1966).

b. Clipping.  "L.B.J., Friends Praise Carl Albert's Career."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Testimonial Dinner for Albert.  (July 30, 1966).

c. Clipping.  "Johnson Joins in Salute to Albert."  Evening Star.  Re:  Highlights from Testimonial Dinner for Albert.  (July 30, 1966).

d. Clipping.  "Albert Receives Boost as Next Speaker."  Sherman Democrat.  Re:  Testimonial Dinner for Albert.  (July 31, 1966). 

e. Clipping.  "McAlester Group at Albert Dinner."  McAlester News-Capital.  Re:  People from McAlester who attended the Testimonial Dinner for Albert.  (August 1, 1966).

f. Speech by President Lyndon B. Johnson.  "President Johnson Leads Tribute to House Majority Leader Carl Albert."  Congressional Record.  Re:  President Johnson praises Albert's achievements.  (August 2, 1966).

g. Newspaper page.  "Carl Albert Honored by State Society" by Malvina Stephenson.  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Testimonial Dinner for Albert.  (August 4, 1966).

h. Clipping.  "The Albert Testimonial and the Beatle Fuss."  Tulsa Daily World.  (August 4, 1966).

i. Press release from Fred R. Harris.  "Capitol Report."  Re:  Albert's achievements and Testimonial Dinner given in his honor.  (August 4, 1966).

j. Clipping.  "Citians Attend Dinner for Albert."  McAlester Democrat.  Re:  those from McAlester who attend the Testimonial Dinner for Albert.  (August 4, 1966). 

k. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Next House Speaker?" 

F 42: Albert, Carl - Testimonial Dinner Correspondence (August 1-6, 1966).

Correspondence.  Re:  Testimonial Dinner, includes thank you letters from Albert.  Correspondents include William D. Hathaway, Julian J. Rothbaum, Walter B. Jones, Edward G. Latch, and A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 43: Albert, Carl - Testimonial Dinner Correspondence (August 8-30, 1966).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  Testimonial Dinner, includes thank you letters from Albert. Correspondents includes Ernest L. Massad, Florence P. Dwyer, John W. Wydler, Phillip Burton, F. Edward Hebert, Robert B. Kamm, Gerald R. Ford, and William J. Holloway.

b. Excerpt from sermon by Dr. Eugene P. Poe.  "A Time For Greatness."  Re: patriotism.

F 44: Albert, Carl - Testimonial Dinner (August 1966).

a. Program for Testimonial Dinner in Honor of Carl Albert.

b. List.  Re:  people who contributed to Testimonial Dinner.

c. List.  Re:  thank you letter list for the Carl Albert Testimonial Dinner. 

F 45: Albert, Carl (September 1966).

a. Clipping.  "Lake Carl Albert Assumes Abundant Water Supply."  Southwest Times Record.  Re:  Lake Carl Albert in Talihina, Oklahoma.  (September 27, 1966).

b. Clipping.  "Personal Report:  Washington, D. C."  Dallas Morning News.  Re:  review of the hectic life of a Congressman, Albert included.  (September ?, 1966).

F 46: Albert, Carl (October 1966).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  Testimonial Dinner for Albert.

b. Clipping.  "National Political Figures."  Oklahoma City Advertiser.  Re:  Photo of Albert and Secretary of State, Dean Rusk, at the Testimonial Dinner for Albert.  (August 11, 1966).

c. Clipping.  "`Worry Wart'? Albert Isn't." Daily Oklahoman.  (October 7, 1966).

F 47: Albert, Carl (November 1966).

Clipping.  "Demo Leaders in House Face Age, Added GOP's."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  ineffectiveness of the Democratic leadership in Congress.  (November 11, 1966). 

F 48: Albert, Carl (1966-1967).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  various topics, including Albert's birthday and letters of appreciation.  (Correspondents include Arrell M. Gibson and Richard C. White).

b. Statement by Albert for McAlester News-Capital.  Re:  Frank Watson.  (October 20, 1967).

F 49: Albert, Carl (January 1967).

a. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Starts 21st Year on Hill."  Re:  essay by Howard Yourman which includes biographical sketch of Albert and relates his effectiveness as Majority Leader.  (January 8, 1967). 

b. Press release.  Re:  John McCormack election to Speaker of the House and Albert's election to the Majority Leadership position.  (January 9, 1966).

c. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Starts 21st Year on Hill."  Latimer County News-Tribune.  Re:  same as above.  (January 10, 1967).

d. Clipping.  "Albert Sure He Could Handle Speaker's Duties." McAlester News-Capital.  (January 18, 1967).

e. Speech by Albert.  "This Nation, Under God."  Congressional Record-House.  Re:  House Congressional Prayer Breakfast.  (January 19, 1967).

f. Article.  "The 90th Grids for Battle."  Newsweek.  Re:  fight for political control of Congress.  (January 23, 1967).

g. Remarks.  "Operation Government."  Congressional Record.  Re:  development of a television series on the workings of the federal government.  (n.d.).

F 50: Albert, Carl (February 1967).

Correspondence with Clipping.  "Albert Needing `Protectors' Now."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert's competition for position of Speaker of the House.  (February 4, 1967).

F 51: Albert, Carl (March 1967).

a. Clipping.  "Welcome, Carl Albert, To Seminole County."  Seminole Producer.  Re:  redistricting of Seminole County so it is represented by Albert rather than Tom Steed.  (March 1, 1967). 

b. Clipping.  "A Welcome to Carl Albert." Duncan Banner.  Re:  redistricting of Stephens and Jefferson counties so it is represented by Albert.  (March 2, 1967). 

c. Clipping.  "Youthful Politician."  Roll Call.  Re:  photo of Carl Albert with John Monahan and family.  (March 9, 1967). 

d. Clipping.  "House Democrats Score Leadership" by Leslie Carpenter.  Washington Star.  Re:  Democratic dissatisfaction for John McCormack and Carl Albert and President Johnson wanting to hire women in his administration.  (March 12, 1967). 

e. Clipping.  "House Majority Leader Agrees `Comparability' for Government."  Government Standard.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert and his views toward federal employment.  (March 24, 1967). 

f. Clipping.  "There's Less Disposition to Get Along by Going Along" by Robert Walsh.  Washington Star.  Re:  fragmentation in the House of Representatives and its effects.  (March 31, 1967).

g. Clipping, "Albert Says He's Fully Recovered," Tulsa World, March 24, 1967.

F 52: Albert, Carl (April-June 1967).

a. Magazine.  "The Public Gain...a Joint Dialogue."  General Electric Forum.  Re: interview with Gerald Ford and Albert on government-industry relations.  (April 1967).

b. Clipping.  "Durant in the Past."  Durant Daily Democrat.  Re:  events 40 years ago when Albert won first in the oratorical district competition.  (May 9, 1967).

c. Clipping.  "Sooner Lawmakers Here Talk by General" by Pauline Tabor.  Durant Daily Democrat.  Re:  General William Westmoreland addresses Cabinet members, Members of Congress, and other lawmakers.  (May 7, 1967).

d. Clipping.  "AHS Student to Work in Carl Albert Office."  Daily Ardmoreite.  Re:  Polly Ritter, secretary for Albert.  (May 21, 1967).

e. Newspaper page.  "A. M. Gee Is Honored for 50 Years in Law."  Republican Courier.  Re:  Albert's attendance at the dinner given for A. M. Gee.  (May 27, 1967). 

f. Clipping.  "2,328 Degree Candidate Participate in OU Ceremony."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Carol Marie Choate, recipient of the Carl Albert Award at the University of Oklahoma. (June 5, 1967).

g. Program for the Congressional Dinner of the Ada Chamber of Commerce.  (June 17, 1967).

F 53: Albert, Carl (July 1967).

Newspaper page.  "Albert's Office Like Old Home Week."  Durant Daily Democrat.  Re:  Durant and its connections with Washington.  (July 5, 1967). 

F 54: Albert, Carl (August 1967).

Clipping.  "Official is Host." Evening Star.  Re:  photo of Albert with Mr. and Mrs. J. Herbert Hollomon, and Commerce Secretary, Alexander B. Trowbridge.  (August 15, 1967). 

F 55: Albert, Carl (September 1967).

a. Typescript article by John M. Virden.  "Carl Albert, M.C. (Portrait of a Barefoot Boy From Bug Tussle)."  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert concentrates on period before 1945.  (September 1966).

b. Newspaper.  Holdenville Daily News (Carl Albert Special Edition).  Re:  paper is devoted to Albert and his achievements.  (September 28, 1967).

F 56: Albert, Carl (November 1967).

a. Newspaper.  "Carl Albert Visits City."  Titan Talk (Carl Albert Junior-Senior High School paper).  Re:  Albert speaking at Testimonial Dinner for Superintendent Oscar Rose in Midwest City.  (November 1, 1967).

b. Address by Carl Albert during the 69th National Association of Retail Druggists'Convention.  "Why Vietnam."  Re:  question of why the U.S. was in Vietnam.  (November 2, 1967).

F 57: Albert, Carl (December 1967).

a. Article.  "Mr Purse Strings:  The Inscrutable Wilbur Mills."  Finance.  Re:  Wilbur Mils.  Includes photo of Albert with Mill and Speaker John McCormack.  (December 1967).

b. Pamphlet.  "In Appreciation."  Re:  appreciation of Dr. Allen Shearer, President of Southeastern State College.  Includes photo of Albert with Shearer.  (December 1967).

c. Typescript essay.  "Portrait of a Barefoot Boy From Bug Tussle" by Colonel John M. Virden.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert's boyhood.  (1967).

F 58: Albert, Carl (1968).

a. Clipping.  "Move On to Have Albert Replace McCormack as Speaker" by John Herbers.  New York Times.  Re:  Albert as popular candidate to replace McCormack as Speaker of the House.  (February 26, 1968).

b. Newsletter.  "Burro Bulletin."  Re:  photo of Albert with John Mahoney and Fred Mutz.  (February 1968).

c. Photocopy of questionnaire from Esquire Magazine.  Re:  favorite things of Albert such as favorite author.  (April 22, 1968).

d. Clipping.  "Albert Celebrate Birthday at O.U."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  celebration of Albert's 60th birthday at the University of Oklahoma.  (May 11, 1968).

e. Clipping.  "Albert Like Students Today" by Bobby Adams.  Oklahoma Daily.  Re:  Albert's views on education.  (May 11, 1967).

f. Press release from the office of Carl Albert.  Re:  Albert's participation in the closing day exercises at the Bug Tussle school.  (May 18, 1968).

g. Clipping.  "Nostalgia for Old Towns Surfaces" by Ralph McGill.  Washington Star.  Re:  closing of Bug Tussle school.  (June 4, 1968).

h. Clipping.  "H. L. Hunt Backs Ted or Shriver."  Dallas Times Herald.  Re:  Edward Kennedy and Sargent Shriver.  (June 10, 1968).

i. Clipping.  "Oklahoma's Albert Attracts Support."  Re:  Albert as possible replacement of John McCormack as Speaker of the House.  (June 14, 1968).

j. Article.  "A New Speaker of the House."  Nation's Business.  Re:  focus on Gerald Ford becoming the next Speaker, also looks at other candidates including Albert.  (June 1968). 

k. Press release from Carl Albert.  Re:  Albert's support for the Constitutional amendment which lowers the voting age to 18.  (July 1, 1968).

l. Press release from Carl Albert.  Re:  Albert's opposition to both major gun bill that were before the House.  (July 1, 1968).

m. Photocopy from the Congressional Record - House.  "Legislative Program for Week of July 22."  Re:  District bills.  (July 19, 1968).

n. Clipping.  "Carl Albert...A Tribute" by Clyde H. Duncan. McAlester Democrat.  Re:  Albert's achievements and current activities.  (August 25, 1968).

o. Advertisement for re-election of Carl Albert.  McAlester Democrat.  (August 25, 1968). 

p. Clipping.  "Dispute Rages Over Bugtussle."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  dispute over the name Bug Tussle versus Flowery Mound.  (September 10, 1968).

q. Typescript essay about Albert.  "Meet the Good Guy - Your Congressman" by Susan Kilgore.  Includes correspondence.  (December 1968).

r. Clipping. "Rep. Albert Faces a Challenge to His Political Future from Young Attorney." Chicago Tribune. Re: 1968 election, John Marshal, and Carl Albert.  Includes biographical sketch.  (July 28, 1968).

F 59: Albert, Carl (1968).

Correspondence.  Re:  various topics, including Albert's favorite quote and requests for information.

F 60: Albert, Carl (January-May 1969).

a. Clipping.  "Virden's Death Ends Area Correspondence" by Phil Harris.  Muskogee Sunday Phoenix and Times-Democrat.  Re:  John Virden's, a close friend of Albert, death.  (January 5, 1969). 

b. Memorandum.  Re:  verification of Albert's membership to the American Legion.  (January 29, 1969).

c. Clipping.  "President Visits House Floor; Meets Leaders of Both Parties." New York Times.  Re:  photo of President Nixon with Albert.  (January 29, 1969).

d. Clipping.  Baltimore Sun.  Re:  photo of President Nixon, John McCormack, and Albert.  (January 29, 1969).

e. Clipping.  "Albert Matriculate First at `Big Four College' in McAlester."  Daily McAlester Democrat.  Re:  Albert revisits barbershop in McAlester where he got his first haircut.  (February 20, 1969).

f. Photocopy of article.  "Nixon's New Smile."  Parade Magazine.  Re:  President Nixon.  (March 9, 1969).

g. H. R. 8822.  Re:  Federal Firearms Act.  Bill introduced by Tom Steed, Albert and Ed Edmondson.  (March 12, 1969).

h. Clipping.  "Talk Business at Washington Parties?  No, No!" by Malvina Stephenson.  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Albert discusses etiquette at social events.  (April 7, 1969). 

i. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Hails Project at Dedication of Aldridge."  Ada Evening News.  Re:  dedication ceremony for new public housing in which Albert delivered the principle address.  (April 13, 1969). 

j. Newspaper.  "Hodgens Job Corps Get Axe; Albert Upset."  Re:  what the effects would be if the Hodgens Job Corp closed and efforts by Albert to prevent its closing. "Albert talks to County Audiences."  Re: Albert's dedication of the Shady Point Post Office.  Photos included.  LeFlore County Sun.  (April 13, 1969). 

k. Newspaper magazine.  "Armed Forces Day, 1947-C.  Kiamichi Sunday Magazine.  Re:  photo of Albert, 'Plowboy' Edwards, and Charlie Brane.  (May 18, 1969). 

F 61: Albert, Carl (June-October 1969).

a. Clipping.  "What Holiday?" by George Hill.  Coalgate Record-Register.  Re:  Albert works through the holidays. (June 5, 1969). 

b. Newspaper page.  " Carl Albert Works Hard at Job" by Lee Slater.  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Albert working through Easter vacation.  (April 12, 1969). 

c. Clipping.  Duncan Banner.  Re:  photo of Albert receiving a painting at Duncan High School commencement.  (June 20, 1969).

d. Speeches.  "Washington Workshops Students Visit with Congressman Edwards" by Edwin W. Edwards and "Washington Workshops Work for Youth" by Claude Pepper.  Congressional Record.  Re:  Washington Workshops.  (June 30 and July 2, 1969).

e. House of Representatives Concurrent Resolution recognizing 1969 as Baseball's Centennial Year.  (July 15, 1969).

f. Clipping.  "`Bill' Holloway Recalls Chief Executive Era" by Jerry Scarbrough.  Oklahoma City Times.  Re:  political life of Holloway.  Correspondence with Holloway included.  (August 19, 1969). 

g. Clipping. Washington Star.  Re:  photo of Albert, Gerald Ford, and Marjorie Hunter, President of Women's National Press Club.  (September 10, 1969).

h. Clipping.  "`Political Honeymoon Appears to Have Ended on Capitol Hill."  Clearwater Sun.  Re:  Conflict between the Democratic controlled Congress and Republican administration.  Democrats criticize Republicans for failing to take a position on much legislation before Congress.  (September 18, 1969). 

i. Clipping.  "Albert Favored as Next House Speaker" by John Beckler.  Duncan Banner.  Re:  Albert as possible replacement of John McCormack as Speaker of the House.  (September 29, 1969). 

j. Front cover and table of contents of the Officer Magazine.  Re:  photo of Albert, John McCormack, General Ray D. Free, Robert Sikes, Gerald R. Ford, and F. Edward Hebert on the cover of the magazine.  (September 1969). 

k. Newspaper page.  "L.B.J. Attends Brooks Fete."  Beaumont Enterprise.  Re:  Albert and Brooks paid tribute to former President Johnson at Brooks Appreciation Dinner.  (October 8, 1969). 

l. Typescript copy of article in the Daily Oklahoman.  "Albert Assails Vietnam Views of Senator Harris" by Al Cromley.  Re:  Senator Harris' and Albert's opposing views on Vietnam.  (October 10, 1969).

m. Clipping.  "Leadership Fight May Prove Political Boon for Albert."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  John McCormack's plan to run for Speaker again.  (October 26, 1969).

n. Magazine.  "Debate on 'Slow' Congress:  Rebuttal from Top Democrats."  U.S. News and World Report.  Re:  Albert defends the accusation that Congress is moving too slow.  (October 27, 1969).

F 62: Albert, Carl (November-December 1969).

a. Clipping.  "Albert Playing Delicate Role."  Norman Transcript.  Re:  Albert being in the middle of young House members and Committee chairmen on the drive to dump John McCormack from the Speakership position.  (November 10, 1969).

b. Correspondence.  Re:  Albert's favorite Bible verse (Matthew 4:19) and reasons why.  (November 15, 1969).

c. Excerpt from the Congressional Record.  Re:  discussion of gun control amendment.  (November 17, 1969).

d. Correspondence.  Re:  photo of cedar from Bug Tussle transplanted by Hendrix school children to Hendrix, Oklahoma, on Arbor Day.  (See photo archives).

e. Typescript essay.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  (1969).

F 63: Albert, Carl (1969).

Correspondence.  Re:  requests for information about Albert and thank you letters, includes information on Bug Tussle.

F 64: Albert, Carl (January 1970).

Questionnaire for the National Social Directory.  Re:  basic statistics of Albert.  (January 15, 1970).

F 65: Albert, Carl (February 1970).

a. Article.  "These Were the Days That Were."  Kiamichi Magazine.  Re:  full page of photos of Albert in his youth.  (February 1, 1970). 

b. Photocopy of article.  "The Leaderless Majority" by Les Gapay.  The Nation.  Re:  author feels Democrats in Congress have no strong leader.  (February 9, 1970).

F 66: Albert, Carl (March 1970).

Photocopy of newsletter.  "Cable T. V. Lines."  Re:  photo of Albert with Bill Daniels and NCTA President, Donald V. Taverner.  (March 1970).

F 67: Albert, Carl (May 1970).

a. Political biography.  "Role Evaluation of Congressman Carl Albert" by William C. Stroh.  Re:  review of Albert's political career, performance evaluation, and prospects for re-election.  (May 15, 1970).

b. Clipping.  "Johnson is Recipient of Carl Albert Award at O.U."  Oklahoma Eagle.  Re:  Claude Johnson receives Outstanding Senior award in the College of Arts and Sciences.  (approx. May 22, 1970). 

c. Clipping.  "Diligence, Work Pay Off for State's `Little Giant'."  Norman Transcript.  Re:  Albert's hard work should pay off into the Speakership position.  ((May 22, 1970).

d. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Award Announced."  Norman Transcript.  Re:  O.U. student, Claude Johnson, wins Carl Albert Award.  (May 22, 1970).

e. Press release.  Re:  1970 recipient of the Carl Albert Award, Claude Johnson.  (May 23, 1970).

f. Clipping.  "Johnson Wins Albert Award.." 

g. Clipping.  "Albert is Small In Stature, But He's Big in Influence."  Re:  Albert's candidacy for the Speakership position.  (May 29, 1970).

h. Clipping.  "Albert Possibility `Thrills' Hometown." Tulsa World.  Re:  Albert as Speaker of the House.  (May 21, 1970).

i. Clipping.  "Carl Albert in Line for Speaker's Chair."  Denison Herald.  (May 21, 1970). 

j. Clipping.  "Carl Albert to Succeed McCormack."  Muskogee Times-Democrat.  (May 21, 1970).

k. Newspaper clipping.  "Nation's Third Top Job to Carl Albert." (May 21, 1970).

l. Clipping.  "The `Little Giant' From Bug Tussle."  Enid Morning News.  (May 22, 1970). 

m. Clipping.  "`Speaker' Carl Albert Sounds Good."  Duncan Banner.  (May 22, 1970). 

n. Clipping.  "Little Giant Makes It Big."  Oklahoma Journal.  (May 22 1970). 

o. Clipping.  "Albert Grasps Ideas Quickly."  San Antonio Express/News.  (May 24, 1970). 

p. Clipping.  "Albert:  `Little Giant From Little Dixie'."  Washington Post.  (May 24, 1970).

q. Article.  "Lindsay for President," by Richard Bolling. Look Magazine.  (May 5, 1970).

F 68: Albert, Carl (June 1970).

a. Typescript newspaper column.  "Main Street, U.S.A."  by Bert Mills.  Re:  Albert as prime candidate as successor to the Speaker of House.  (June 1970).

b. Photocopy of newspaper clipping.  "Albert Has Eye on Speaker's Job" by David Craighead.  Oklahoma Journal.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert and states Albert's qualification for the Speakership position.  (June 30, 1970).

c. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Has Bid in as House Speaker."  Oklahoma Rural News.  Re:  Albert's attribute which qualify his for the Speakership.  (June 1970).

d. Clipping.  "His Climb Was Steady." Calvin Chronicle.  Re:  Speakership.  (June 8, 1970).

e. Clipping.  "Albert Keeps Eye on Speaker's Chair."  Chicago Tribune.  Re:  Speakership.  (June 14, 1970).

f. Clipping.  "Albert Appears Top Choice."  Dallas Morning News.  Re:  Speakership.  (June 22, 1970).

g. Clipping.  "Albert:  No Way But Up."  Re: Speakership.

h. Clipping.  "Hall See Demo Lift Via Albert."  Re:  Speakership. 

i. Clipping.  "`Little Giant From Dixie!"  Washington Post.  Re:  Speakership. 

j. Clipping.  "Mainstreet, U.S.A."  Maui News. Re:  Albert as Speaker.  (June 10, 1970). 

k. Clipping.  "Demos Feel Albert Has Job Clinched."  Re:  Speakership.

l. Clippings: "Rep. Albert to Keynote Fall Event for Mead," Dallas Morning News, June 11, 1970; "Rep. Albert Will Speak at Dallas Dem Dinner," Dallas Times Herald, June 10, 1970.

F 69: Albert, Carl (July 1970).

a. Clipping.  "State Editors Say..."  Oklahoma Journal.  Re:  Albert's political prestige is on the upswing.  (July 2, 1970). 

b. Newspaper.  "Oklahoma's Carl Albert." Oklahoma Motor Carrier.  Re:  article written by Colonel John M. Virden about Albert's youth.  (July 15, 1970).

c. Correspondence.  Re: various statement made about Albert in various newspapers.  (July 21, 1970).

d. Clippings.  "Oklahoma Bantam Will Run House with an Iron Hand."  San Gabriel Valley Tribune.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  (July 23, 1970).

e. Clipping.  "Albert Won't be Softy."  San Antonio Express.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  (July 22, 1970).

f. Clipping: "Words of Discontent Arise After Royal Ball," Tulsa Daily World, July 21, 1970, re.: Mary Frances Albert at the Royal Ball.

F 70: Albert, Carl (August 1970).

a. Clipping.  Roll Call.  Re:  Photo of Albert with Larston D. Farrar, author of Washington Lowdown and The Sins of Sandra Shaw.  (August 1970).

b. Questionnaire for the Congressional Quarterly Editorial Research Reports.  Re:  basic statistics. 

c. Article.  "A Democratic Appraisal of Nixon's Record So Far."  U.S. News and World Report.  Re:  interview with Albert.  Topics discussed include:  Evaluation of Nixon's Republican Administration, Congress in Session, the November election issues, and Divisions within the Parties.  (August 1970).

F 71: Albert, Carl (September 1970).

a. Biographical sketch by David Black.  Re:  Albert's political background, his role in Congress, and a description of the Third District of Oklahoma. 

b. Photocopy of excerpts from the Congressional Record.  Re:  Washington workshops.  (Remarks made by Brock Adams, Henry S. Reuss, and Joseph M. McDade).  (1969).

c. Clipping.  "What's Ahead..."  Christian Science Monitor.  Re:  Washington Workshops Foundations.  (June 28, 1969). 

d. Newspaper page.  "Texas Demos Gathering for Judge Mead Dinner."  Irving Daily News.  Re:  Albert's attendance at the Mead Dinner.  (September 13, 1970). 

e. Clipping.  "Camp Sooners' Top Dissenter."  Sunday Oklahoman.  Re:  John N. Happy Camp, Carl Albert, and National Security Council.  (September 27, 1970).

F 72: Albert, Carl (October 1970).

a. Photocopy of article.  "The Easy Chair" by John Fischer.  Harper's Magazine.  Re:  forecast of Albert as the next Speaker of the House and sees much turbulence in Congress due to administration change.  (October 1970).

b. Clipping.  "Guitarist Carl Albert Appearing at the Pub."  Midland Reporter-Telegram.  Re:  Guitarist with same name as Albert.  (October 18, 1970).

F 73: Albert, Carl (November 1970).

a. Article.  "Washington Outlook."  Business Week.  Re:  forecast that Albert as Speaker of House will transform the conservative anchor of government into its seat of activism.  (November 7, 1970).

b. Clipping.  "Pint-Sized Albert Guaranteed Giant-Sized Job by Voter."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  forecasts Albert as Speaker of the House.  Include biographical sketch.  (November 8, 1970).

c. Newspaper page.  "Little Man, Big Job."  Dallas Times Herald.  Re:  forecast of Albert as Speaker of House.  Includes biographical sketch.  (November 11, 1970). 

d. Clipping.  "Rep. Carl Albert's Advance to Speaker Clinched by Vote."  Amarillo Globe-Times.  Re:  Albert as Speaker of the House and biographical sketch.  (November ?, 1970). 

e. Clipping.  "Little Man to get 2d(sic) Biggest Job."  Winston-Salem Journal.  Re:  Albert of Speaker of the House.  Includes biographical sketch.  (November 9, 1970).

f. Clippings.  "Democrats Control Key Legislatures."  Re:  Democratic majority in Congress.  "New House Offensive Planned by Democrats."  Re:  Democrats are planning to take offensive in drafting a legislative program for the 92nd Congress.  Daily Oklahoman.  (November 5, 1970).

g. Clipping.  "HHH Regains Political Credentials."  Re:  Hubert Humphrey's victory in the U.S. Senate.  "The Old and the New, Happy."  Re:  photo of Albert with John McCormack.  Oklahoma Journal.  (November 5, 1970). 

h. Clipping.  "Consumer Bill First Test for Albert" by Milton Viorst.  Washington Star.  Re:  bill to establish the Consumer Protection Agency.  Author believes the fate of Bill will reflect how the House of Representatives will conduct its affairs.  (November 17, 1970).

i. Clipping.  "Little Man, Big Job."  Re:  Albert as Speaker of the House.  Includes biographical sketch.  "Mere Feet Can't Gauge Stature of Carl Albert."  Re:  biographical sketch.  Dallas Times Herald.  (November 11, 1970). 

j. Clipping.  "Carl Albert is Little Man with Big Job."  Rocky Mountain News.  Re:  Albert as Speaker of the House, Includes biographical sketch.  (November 8, 1970).

k. Clipping.  "Daughter Didn't Vote for Albert."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Mary Frances' residence in Texas.  (November 13, 1970).

l. Article.  "Carl Albert....Another John McCormack?"  Washingtonian.  Re:  similarities between Albert and John McCormack.  (November 1970).

m. Clipping.  "Albert's Daughter Unable to Cast Vote for Father."  Re:  Mary Frances' residence in Texas.

n. Clipping.  "Pint-Sized Man for Giant Job." Tampa Tribune-Times.  Re:  Albert as Speaker of the House.  Includes biographical sketch.  (November 8, 1970).

o. Clipping.  "Carl Albert is Little Man with Big Job in House." Denver Post.  Re:  Albert as Speaker of the House.  Includes biographical sketch.  (November 8, 1970). 

p. Clipping: "Election Gave Huge Responsibility to 'Little Carl Albert'," Albuquerque Journal, re: Albert's election to Speaker, November 11, 1970.

F 74: Albert, Carl (December 1970).

a. Questionnaire from Congressional Quarterly.  Re:  legislation and Congress.  (December 9, 1970).

b. Clipping.  "Seeing Eye to Nose."  St. Petersburg Times.  Re:  photo of John McCormack with his successor, Albert.  (December 9, 1970).

c. Article.  "Carl Albert:  What Kind of Leader."  Wall Street Journal.  Re:  Albert's potential to be an effective Speaker of the House.  (December 10, 1970).

d. Clipping.  "Albert CS Banquet Speaker."  Government Standard.  Re:  forecast of Albert as Speaker of the House.  (December 11, 1970). 

e. Clipping.  "Future Speaker Albert Sees More Liberal House Next Session."  San Antonio Light.  Re:  interview with Albert which discusses major issues that will be topics of Congressional sessions such as the economy.  (December 20, 1970).

f. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Keeps 'em Guessing."  Alexandria Daily Town Talk.  Re:  forecasts that Albert will be the next Speaker of the House.  Includes biographical sketch.  (December 22, 1970). 

g. Clipping.  "Speaker-to-Be See More Liberal House."  News American.  Re:  Interview with Albert regarding his views on important issues facing Congress and the President.  (December 20, 1970).

h. Congressional Record Re:  Proceedings and debates of the 91st Congress.  Includes remarks by Tom Steed in appreciation of Albert (December 22, 1970).

i. Newspaper.  Tulsa Tribune (Innovate Section).  Re:  Section of newspaper devoted to Albert.  Includes various articles and photos dealing with Albert.  Articles include:  "A Few Votes Opened Doors."  Re:  Albert's political beginnings.  "Those Who Knew Him `When' Expected Big Things."  Re:  quotes and stories from McAlester residents concerning Albert.  "The Job Has Colorful History." Re:  position and history of the Speakership.  Includes other articles.  (December 30, 1970). 

F 75: Albert, Carl (1970).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  requests for information about Albert and thank you and appreciation letters. 

b. Clipping.  "Secretary Gain Special Awards in Small Service."  Daily Oklahoman.  (March 7, 1970).

c. Clipping.  "Bug Tussle Boy." Sacramento Bee.  Re:  photo of Carl Albert and his first grade teacher, Mrs. C. C. Ross.

F 76: Albert, Carl (1970).

a. Clipping.  "Carl Albert:  Heir to the Gavel" Denison Herald.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert, 1908-1970.  (nd). 

b. Statement by Carl Albert delivered before the Committee on National Priorities of the Democratic Policy Council.  Re:  economic problems.

c. Clipping.  "McCormack Plans to Retire."  Re:  John McCormack, the Speakership, and Carl Albert.

d. Cartoon.  Re:  Carl Albert and Gerald R. Ford.

e. Cartoon.  The Boston Globe.  Re:  Carl Albert and Democratic party.

f. Pamphlet.  Re:  Washington Workshops, a seminar for secondary school students.  Instructs high school students about Washington affairs.

g. Booklet, Omicron Delta Kappa Manual, 1970-1972.

h. Certificate, re: Albert selected to appear in the 1970 edition of Personalities of the South.

i. Newspaper: "Carl Albert: From Bug Tussle," The Majority Report, re: overview of Albert's life and speakership (n.d.)

j. Clipping, "Albert to Speak at Demo Dinner," Chickasha, n.d.

F 77: Albert, Carl (January, 1-10, 1971)..

a. Correspondence.  Re:  Carl Albert and Speakership.  (Correspondents include George Steinbrenner III, James V. Stanton, and Charles A. Halleck).

b. Certificate.  National Police Officers Association of America.  Re:  appointment of Albert as Honorary Vice President.  Membership card included.  (January 1, 1971).

c. Newspaper page.  "Bug Tussle Still Home to Carl" by Roger Summers.  Fort Worth Star-Telegram.  Re:  Carl Albert and Bug Tussle.  Includes comments from McAlester residents about Albert as a youngster.  Brief sketch of Albert's education and parents included.  (January 3,1971). 

d. Clipping.  "The End of Long Journey."  Denton Record Chronicle.  Re:  Albert and Speakership.  (January 3, 1971).

e. Clipping.  "Little Giant:  From Bug Tussle, Oklahoma to Hustle 'N Bustle of D.C."  Stillwater News-Press.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  Includes biographical information.  (January 3, 1971).

f. Clippings.  "Oklahoman Likely to Give Low-Key But Strong House Leadership" and "Albert Election Called Prelude to Leadership."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  expected effectiveness of Albert as Speaker.  Lists Albert's goals as Speaker.  (January 4, 1971). 

g. Clipping.  "Diminutive Carl Albert May Get Top House Post."  Re:  Albert's background and Speakership.  (January 5, 1971).

h. Clipping.  "It's a Double Honor."  Coalgate Record-Register.  Re:  the importance of Albert's position as Speaker to Oklahoma.  (January 7, 1971).

i. Clipping.  "How Say You, Carl Albert?"  Cincinnati Enquirer.  Re:  Albert as Speaker. (January 7, 1971).

j. Clipping.  "Albert Supports Veterans."  Oklahoma Legionnaire.  Re:  Albert, veterans and hiring preference.  (January, 1971).

k. Newspaper page.  "Carl Albert:  Next House 'More Liberal.'"  Herald-Examiner.  Re:  92nd Congress, Albert, and Speakership.  (January 8, 1971). 

l. Article.  "Congress Gets Ready to Battle Nixon."  Business Week.  Re:  Albert, Democratic majority in the House of Representatives, and Richard M. Nixon.  (January 9, 1971).

m. Newspaper page.  "Carl Albert:  Little Giant of the House."  Daily Progress.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  Traces Albert's childhood and personal and political life.  (January 10, 1971). 

n. Newspaper.  "Carl Albert `Little Giant; of the House."  Plain Dealer.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  Traces Albert's childhood and personal and political life.  (January 10, 1971). 

o. Newspaper page.  "He's All Grit and Determination."  Grand Rapids Press.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  Traces Albert's childhood and personal and political life.  (January 10, 1971). 

p. Clipping.  "Carl Albert's Career Long success Story."  Sunday Oklahoman.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  Traces Albert' childhood and personal and political life.  (January 10, 1971).

q. Newspaper page.  "House's `Little Giant' Becomes Its Speaker."  Tampa Tribune-Times.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  Traces Albert's childhood and personal and political life.  (January 10, 1971). 

r. Clipping.  Carl Albert' Road to the Capitol Was Paved By `Burning' Ambition'."  Minneapolis Tribune.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  Includes biographical sketch.  (January 10, 1971).

s. Clipping.  "Three Faces on Capitol Hill."  Palm Beach Post-Times.  Re:  Albert's climb to the Speakership.

t. Clipping.  "Carl Albert's Long Journey from Bug Tussle to Speakership."  Houston Chronicle.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  Traces Albert's childhood and personal and political life.  (January 10, 1971).

u. Clipping.  "From Bug Tussle to Speaker of the House.  State Journal (Frankfort, Kentucky).  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  Traces Albert's childhood and personal and political life.  (January 10, 1971).

v. Clipping.  "McAlester' 'Little Giant.'"  Tulsa Sunday World.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  Includes biographical information and photos of Albert, Mary Albert, Velma Jones Collins, and David Albert.  (Janaury 10, 1971).

w. Newspaper page.  "Carl Albert:  Heir to the Gavel."  Denison Herald.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  Traces Albert's childhood and personal and political life.  (January 20, 1971). 

x. Clipping.  "New U.S. House Speaker Modern Example of Great Success Tale."  El Paso Times.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  Traces Albert's childhood and personal and political life.  (January 10, 1971). 

y. Clipping.  "The Man From Bug Tussle:  Carl Albert's Long Road To Triumph."  Herald-Leader (Lexington, Kentucky).  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  Includes biographical sketch.  (January 10, 1971).

z. Magazine.  "Speaker Carl Albert:  The Little Giant Everybody Loves."  Parade Magazine.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  (January 31, 1971).

aa. Newspaper page.  "Meet Washington's Next `Mr. Speaker'."  Arkansas Gazette.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  Traces Albert's childhood and personal and political life.  (January 10, 1971). 

bb. Magazine article.  "Congress Gets Ready to Battle Nixon."  Business Week.  Re:  Albert as Speaker and Democratic majority in Congress.  (January 9, 1971).

F 78: Albert, Carl (January 11-18, 1971).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  Carl Albert and Speakership.

b. Clipping.  "Albert Near Career Goal.  Wichita Eagle.  Re:  personal and professional profile of Albert.  (January 11, 1971). 

c. Clipping.  "Albert will be More Vigorous than McCormack."  Houston Chronicle.  Re:  Albert and the Speakership.  (January 11, 1971).

d. Clipping.  "What Kind of House Speaker Will Carl Albert Make?"  Alexandria Daily Town Talk.  Re:  Albert's potential abilities as Speaker.  (January 12, 1971).

e. Clipping.  "New Leadership in the House."  New York Times.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  (n.d.).

f. Newspaper.  Daily Oklahoman. Re:  David Hall and Albert's climb to the Speakership.  Photos of Hall inauguration included.  (January 12, 1971). 

g. Clipping.  "Journey From Bug Tussle Has Been Long."  Baltimore Sun.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  Includes biographical information.  (January 12, 1971).

h. Clipping.  "Washington Offbeat:  The Man with Second Most Powerful Job" by Vera Glaser and Malvina Stephenson.  Re:  Albert and his goals if elected to Speakership.  (January 14, 1971).

i. Clipping.  "CBS Filming Albert Data."  McAlester News-Capital.  Re:  interest of the press in Albert's past and climb to the Speakership.  (January 14, 1971).

j. Clipping.  "Carl Albert:  A Big Little Man."  Albuquerque Journal.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert, focus on childhood.  (January 17, 1971). 

k. Newspaper.  "Quiet Carl Albert Approaches the Top."  Sunday Star.  Re:  Albert's former law practice and his future.  (January 17, 1971). 

l. Clipping.  "A Bug Tussle Boy New Helm of House."  Los Angeles Times.  Re:  Albert, Speakership, House of Representatives.  (January 17, 1971).

m. Clipping.  "Carl Albert:  From Bug Tussle to the Speaker of the House."  Detriot Free Press.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  Includes biographical sketch.  (January 17, 1971).

n. Clipping.  "Choosing the House Majority Leader."  Alexandria Daily Town Talk.  Re:  Hale Boggs and Wayne Hays.  (January 18, 1971). 

o. Clipping: "Albert's First Goal to Speed Up Congress," Tulsa World, January 17, 1971.

F 79: Albert, Carl (January 19-22, 1971.)

a. Correspondence.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.

b. Newspaper.  "House Votes Albert Speaker with Only Token Opposition" and "Even 'I Knew Him When' Crowd Surprised at Albert's Success."  McAlester News-Capital.  Re:  Albert, Speakership, Congressional status of Mississippi, and recollections of Albert by old friends.  Photo of family included.  (January 19, 1971). 

c. Remarks by James W. Symington.  Re:  Symington seconding the nomination of Carl Albert for Speaker.  Speech gives reasons why Albert would be an effective Speaker.  (January 19, 1971).

d. Clipping.  "Albert Nominated Speaker; Boggs New Majority Leader."  Lexington Herald.  (January 20, 1971).

e. Clipping.  "Okie From Bug Tussle Sworn in as Speaker."  Stillwater News-Press.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  (January 21, 1971).

f. Clipping.  "Dr. Powell, Judge Hert Remember Albert's Depression Fight at OU."  Stillwater News-Press.  Re:  Albert's days at University of Oklahoma during Depression.  Includes photos of Carl Albert and John Watts.  (January 21, 1971).

g. Statement by Carl Albert.  Re:  Albert's acceptance speech for the Speakership position.  (January 21, 1971).

h. Program.  "Carl Albert, Third District Oklahoma."  Re:  Albert's first day as Speaker.  Includes brief biographical sketch.  (January 21, 1971).

i. Clipping.  "Albert Brings Prestige To State, Ability to Job."  Norman Transcript.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  Includes biographical information.  (January 21, 1971).

j. Clipping.  "Albert Sets 8-Year Limit" and "Women in Albert's Life Watching."  Stillwater News-Press.  Re:  Albert as Speaker, his future retirement date, Mary Albert, and Lottie Ross.  (January 22, 1971). 

k. Clipping. "New Speaker Exemplifies Intelligence, Persistence."  Fort Worth Star-Telegram.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert concentrates on his youth.  (January 21, 1971).

l. Clipping.  "Mr. Speaker Tells Plans-Talks Return to Bug Tussle" and "State Well Represent at 'Carl Albert Appreciation.'"  McAlester Democrat.  Re:  Albert's plans for retirement and Carl Albert Appreciation Dinner in Washington, D. C.  (January 22, 1971). 

m. Newspaper.  "New Team:  Albert and Boggs as 92nd Congress Starts."  Roll Call.  Re:  Carl Albert and Hale Boggs.  (January 21, 1971).

n. Clipping.  "Delegate Backed on House Unit."  Washington Post.  Re:  District of Columbia nonvoting delegate in Congress.  (January 22, 1971). 

o. Clipping.  "Long Live the Revol...Whoops!"  News (Birmingham, Ala.).  Re:  Congressional reform and democratic leadership in the House.  (January 21, 1971).

p. Clipping.  "House Favors Change in Seniority System."  Nashville Tennessean.  Re:  seniority system in Congress.  (January 21, 1971). 

q. Clipping.  "New Faces, Some Reforms in the New Congress."  Louisville Courier-Journal.  Re:  Congressional reform, Democratic leadership in the House and the seniority system.  (January 22, 1971). 

F 80: Albert, Carl (January 23-30, 1971).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  Carl Albert.

b. Clipping.  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  reflections of Albert's student days at the University of Oklahoma.  (January 23, 1971).

c. Clipping.  "House Mates Turn Down Albert's Bid for Power."  Re:  a proposed new House rule which would have given Albert the power to break a Rules Committee bottleneck on legislation.  (January 23, 1971).

d. Press release.  "Carl Albert, New Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives" Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  Traces his political and personal life from youth to present.  (January 21, 1971).

e. Clipping.  "Demos' Best News in 2 Years:  Albert."  Austin American - Statesman.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  (January 24, 1971).

f. Clipping.  "Top Demos See Tough Going for Proposals."  Austin American.  Re:  Carl Albert, Mike Mansfield, Richard Nixon's proposals for revenue sharing and Cabinet reorganization.  Includes photos of Albert and Mansfield.  (January 25, 1971).

g. Newspaper.  "O 'Speaker' E A Professora."  Diario de Noticias, New Bedford.  Re:  Albert and Lottie Ross.  (January 27, 1971). 

h. Clipping.  "Albert Gets State `OK'."  Wilson Post-Democrat.  Re:  Third District of Oklahoma and their approval of Albert as Speaker.  (January 28, 1971). 

i. Clipping.  La Gacita (Tampa, Florida).  Re:  photo of Albert.  (January 29, 1971).

j. Clipping.  "Capitol Stuff" by Frank Jackman.  Daily News.  Re:  Albert's speech at Women's National Press dinner.  (January 30, 1971).

k. Clipping.  "Revenue Plan Faces Fight."  Nashville Tennessean.  Re:  Nixon administration's proposals for revenue sharing and Cabinet reorganization and Democratic leadership in the House.  (January 25, 1971). 

l. Clipping.  "The People Be Damned!"  New York Daily Mirror.  Re:  92nd Congress, Congressional reform, and Democratic leadership in the House.  (January 25, 1971).

m. Clipping.  "Little Hope Offered For Tax-Sharing Cabinet Proposals."  St. Louis Globe-Democrat.  Re:  Nixon administration's proposals for revenue sharing and Cabinet reorganization and Democratic response.  (January 25, 1971). 

F 81: Albert, Carl (January 31, 1971).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  Carl Albert.

b. Magazine.  "Speaker Carl Albert:  The Little Giant Everybody Loves" by Jack Anderson.  Parade.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  (January 31, 1971).

F 82: Albert, Carl (January 1971).

a. Clipping.  "Albert Supports Veterans.  Oklahoma Legionnaire.  Re:  Albert, Employment, and Manpower Act.  (January, 1971). 

b. Clippings scrapbook.  Re:  various clippings from Tulsa newspaper commemorating Albert's election to Speaker of the House.  Correspondence included. 

c. Memorandum from Carl Albert.  Re:  duties of the Speakership, his role, and how the Speaker is elected.

d. Clipping.  "Carl Albert, Our Next...`Mr. Speaker'."  Oklahoma Rural News.  Re:  Albert's opponents for the Speakership, biographical sketch of Albert, and comments from colleagues about Albert.  (January, 1971).

e. Newspaper.  "Meet Washington's Next `Mr. Speaker'."  Arkansas Gazette.  Re:  Carl Albert.  (January 10, 1971). 

f. Clipping.  "House Democrats Pick Albert, Boggs."  Courier-Journal.  Re:  Albert as Speaker and Hale Bogg as Majority Leader.

g. Clipping.  "Citian Has High Regard for Carl Albert."  Re:  Mrs. J. V. Earnest, cousin of Carl Albert.

h. Clipping.  "The House:  Passive No More."  Re:  Albert as Speaker.

i. List.  Re:  those attending Albert's Speakership Swearing-In Ceremony.

F 83: Albert, Carl (February 1-17, 1971).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  Carl Albert.

b. Report.  "Carl Albert Named Speaker of House" and "Duties of the Speaker of the House."  Report from the Capital.  Re:  short biographical sketch of Albert and duties of the Speaker.  (February, 1971). 

c. Magazine article.  "The Coming Battle Between President and Congress."  Time.  Re:  Carl Albert, Richard Nixon, and Congress.  (February 1, 1971). 

d. Prayer given by Carl Albert at National Prayer Breakfast at Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, D. C.  (February 2, 1971). 

e. Clipping.  Oklahoma Farm Bureau Farmer.  Re:  photo of Carl Albert in the Speaker's office.  (February 5, 1971). 

f. Clipping.  "The House:  Fains and Losses."  New York Post.  Re:  seniority system and House committees.  (February 5, 1971). 

g. Clipping.  New York Post.  Re:  Albert and House Doorkeeper, William "Fishbait" Miller.  (February 8, 1971). 

h. Magazine article.  "Drummers for the Revolution."  Time.  Re:  Richard Nixon and his domestic reforms, Albert, and Congress, (February 8, 1971).

i. Newspaper.  "'Kleiner Gigant' Oder Grosser Kompromissler?"  Aufbau.  Re:  photo of Albert, Richard Nixon, and John McCormack.  Newspaper printed in German.  (February 12, 1971).

j. Clipping.  AFL-CIO News.  Re:  photo of Albert, Hale Boggs, Kevin White (Mayor of Boston), James Late (Mayor of Philadelphia), and John Lindsay (Mayor of New York City).  (February 13, 1971).

k. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Gets Heart of the Year Award," "Albert Admirers to Washington, D. C.," and "Oklahoma's Own Carl Albert Named as Speaker of the House of Representatives."  The Westville Reporter.  Re:  Albert, recipient of the American Heart Association's 1971 Heart-of-the Year Award and Albert as Speaker.  (February, 1971).  Photo included.

l. Newsletter from Catholic School Office.  "Option."  Re:  Carl Albert and Bug Tussle.  (February 17, 1971).

F 84: Albert, Carl (February 18-28, 1971).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  Carl Albert.

b. Newspaper.  El Tiempo Nueva York (Spanish newspaper).  Re:  photo of Albert with boy, Johnny Frascarelli.  (February 18, 1971).

c. Newspaper.  Dziennik Chicagoski (The Polish Daily News).  Re:  photo of Albert.  (February 19, 1971).

d. Newspaper.  Hebrew newspaper (New York).  Re:  photo of Carl Albert and TV show called, "Ask Congress." (February 18, 1971).

e. Statement by Czar D. Langston, Jr., General Manager of Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives.  Re:  introduction to a documentary on Albert sponsored by the Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives.  (February 8, 1971).

f. Newspaper page.  "Carl Albert is Native Oklahoma Who, as Speaker of the House Ranks 3rd in Nation."  Reporter.  Re:  review of Albert's service to Third District of Oklahoma.  (February 25, 1971). 

g. Clipping.  "Albert's Record."  Houston Tribune.  Re:  critical review of Albert's record.  (February 25, 19710. 

h. Clipping.  "Washington Group in Congress for Anniversary Observance."  Svoboda Ukrainian Daily.  Re:  photo of Albert with others at the observance of Ukraine's independence anniversary at the House of Representatives, January 29, 1971.  (February 27, 1971).

i. Clipping.  "`Hair' Do."  Sunday News.  Re:  Mr. and Mrs. Albert's attendance at the Washington opening of "Hair."  (February 28, 1971).

j. Newspaper page.  "Bug Tussle Still Home to Carl."  Fort Worth Star-Telegram.  Re:  Carl Albert and Bug Tussle.  (January 3, 1971). 

k. Newspaper.  "Carl Albert:  Heir to the Gavel."  San Antonio Express/News.  Re:  Carl Albert and Speakership.  (January 10, 1971). 

l. Newspaper page.  "Carl Albert's Career Long Success Story." Sunday Oklahoman.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  Traces Albert's childhood and personal and political life.  (January 10, 1971). 

F 85: Albert, Carl (March 1971).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  Carl Albert. Correspondents include Robert Kamm.

b. Clipping.  "Badillo Asks the U.S. to Lend Cities $20B."  New York Post.  Re:  government loans to cities and states and Herman Badillo.  (March 4, 1971).

c. Speech by Joe L. Evins (reprint).  Congressional Record.  "Outstanding Record of Members of 80th Congress Refutes the Epithet of the 'Do Nothing' Congress-`Infamous' Class Produced Many Famous Americans."  Re:  evaluation of 80th Congress including Carl Albert, John F. Kennedy, Richard M. Nixon, and others.  (March 4, 1971).

d. Clipping.  "Altered Landscape" by Joseph Alsop.  Re:  Albert and Democratic leadership in the House.

e. Clipping.  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  photo of Albert receiving Heart Award from Richard Nixon and President of the American Heart Association, Dr. William W. L. Glenn.  (February 26, 1971).

f. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Proving to be Just an Old Smoothie."  Daily Ledger-Gazette.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  (March 5, 1971). 

g. Article.  "Washington Intern."  Alpha Phi Quarterly.  Re:  Lowelle Childers, intern for Albert.  Includes her experiences and opinion of Albert.  (Winter, 1971).

h. Newspaper page.  "America's History is Mirrored in Her Waterways."  Longview Daily News.  Includes Albert's speech before the National Rivers and Harbors Congress.  (March 23, 1971). 

i. Clipping.  "Durant Officials in D.C."  Denison Herald.  Re:  photo of Albert with Mary Dollar Robb, Spudds Widener, Tommy Holland, Clyde Robb and Joe Adair in Speaker's office.  Visitors in Washington for conference of the Oklahoma Disabled American Veterans.  (March 28, 1971).

j. Newspaper page.  "House Reformers Find Carl Albert Listens."  Denison Herald.  Re:  Albert, Congress, and House reforms.  (March 31, 1971). 

k. Newsletter.  The Sooner States published by the Oklahoma State Society of Washington, D.C.  Re:  photo of Albert with oversized gavel at reception given in his honor by the Oklahoma Delegation on January 21, 1971.  (March, 1971). 

l. Clipping.  Oklahoma Union Farmers.  Re:  Oklahoma Farmers Union resolution in appreciation of Albert for his contribution to the Farm Union program adopted at the 66th annual state convention.  (March, 1971).

m. Magazine.  National AMVET Re:  photo of Albert and other leaders of the 92nd Congress.  (March-April, 1971).

n. Magazine.  Retail Clerks Advocate.  "Carl Albert...New Speaker of the House."  Re:  Carl Albert.  Includes biographical sketch.  (March, 1971).

o. Magazine.  Retirement Life.  Re:  photos of Albert.  Includes photos of various members of 92nd Congress.  Albert featured on cover of magazine. (March, 1971).

F 86: Albert, Carl (April 1971).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  Carl Albert and Texas Breakfast Club.

b. Newspaper.  "Complete Dedication to Job at Hand Paces Speaker's Career."  Amarillo Sunday News-Globe.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  Traces his childhood and personal and political life.  Includes his opinions of the Nixon administration.  (April 4, 1971). 

c. Newspaper.  Roll Call.  Re:  Carl Albert, Hale Boggs, and Thomas P. O'Neill.  Includes photo of Albert with Janus Brothers from circus.  (April 8, 1971).

d. Newspaper.  "The Democrats and Price-Wage Control."  New York Post.  Re:  Carl Albert, price-wage controls, and Nixon administration.  (April 9, 1971). 

e. Clipping. "New House Speaker Wields Power Quietly."  Christian Science Monitor.  Re:  Carl Albert and Nixon administration.  (April 15, 1971).

f. Newspaper.  Muskogee Sunday Phoenix and Times-Democrat.  Re:  photo of Carl Albert and Ed Edmondson with Clayton Taylor, President of Oklahoma 4-H Clubs.  (April 18, 1971).

g. Newspaper page.  "Albert:  `I Was Available'."  Daily News.  Re:  Albert, Spiro Agnew, and antiwar demonstrations.  (April 20, 1971). 

h. Newspaper.  "Officers Describe Torture."  New York Post.  Re:  Albert imposed new blackout on the Congressional war crimes inquiry which investigated allegations against American soldiers who abused the Vietnamese.  (April 27, 1971).

i. Clipping. J. Davis by Carl Albert.  (April 30, 1971).

j. Magazine article.  "House Speaker Albert Pays Tribute to `Old Friend' in Presenting ROA Minute Man of Year Award."  The Officer.  Re:  Strom Thurmond, Carl Albert, Reserve Officer Association's Minute Man of the Year Award.  (April, 1971). 

k. Clipping: "The House Under New Management," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, April 5, 1971.

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