CARL ALBERTCOLLECTION
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F 1: Albert, Carl (May 1971).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  Carl Albert.

b. Clipping.  Daily News.  Re:  Carl Albert and Richard E. Lankford.  (May 1, 1971). 

c. Clipping.  "For Distinguished Service."  Stillwater News-Press.  Re:  photo of Albert accepting the Henry G. Bennett Distinguished Service Award from Oklahoma State President, Robert Kamm.  (May 17, 1971). 

d. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Due 4-H Alum Honor."  Stillwater News-Press.  Re:  presentation of the 4-H Alumni Recognition Award to Albert at the Oklahoma State 4-H Roundup at Oklahoma State University.  (May 20, 1971). 

e. Resolution by Credit Union National Association, Inc. commending Carl Albert.  (May 1971).

f. Journal.  "A New Ball Game on Capitol Hill Means More Clout for Farmers."  Top Op:  A Farm Journal Publication for Executive Farmers/Ranchers.  Re:  92nd Congress and their awareness to farm problems.  Includes information on various Congressmen such as Carl Albert, Robert Dole, Herman Talmadge, and others. (May 1971).

F 2: Albert, Carl (June 1-10, 1971).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  Carl Albert.

b. Clipping.  Hugo News.  Re:  Carl Albert and monument dedication at Mount Olivet Cemetery.  (June 3, 1971). 

c. Newspaper page.  "Many House Democrats Critical of New Leaders."  New York Times.  Re:  Congressional complaints against Carl Albert and Hale Boggs.  Other subjects include Democratic Caucus and Democratic party.  (June 7, 1971). 

d. News column by Hope Mullins.  Re:  Carl Albert and Welfare program. (June 7, 1971).

e. News magazine.  Tulsa Sunday World.  (June 6, 1971).

f. Clipping.  "Boy's Pollution Fight Takes Him to Capitol."  Tampa Tribune.  Re:  pollution, Carl Albert.  Includes photo of Johnny Frascarelli and Albert.  (February 18, 1971). 

g. Clipping.  "House's Little Giant Becomes its Speaker."  Tampa Tribune.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  Traces his childhood and personal and political life.  (January 10, 1971). 

h. Newspaper page.  Sebring News.  (December 31, 1970).

i. Clipping.  "Marble Folly."  New York Times.  Re:  Rayburn Building and Carl Albert.  (June 1, 1971). 

j. Magazine article.  "What Wilbur Mills Really Wants."  Newsweek.  Re:  Wilbur Mills and the Speakership.  (June 7, 1971).

k. News column by Clayton Fritchey.  New York Post.  Re:  Carl Albert calling for a national conference on employment and inflation.  (May 21, 1971). 

l. News column by Evans and Novak.  New York Post.  Re:  Carl Albert, Democratic Party, and defense budget.  (March 31, 1971). 

m. Clipping.  "Democratic Whip Asks U.S. Pullout."  New York Times.  Re:  Thomas P. O'Neill, Vietnam, and Carl Albert.  (March 30, 1971). 

n. Clipping.  "House Democrats and the War.  New York Post.  Re:  Carl Albert, Vietnam, and Democratic members of Congress.  (nd). 

o. Clipping.  "Viet Withdrawal Vote Put Off By Democrats."  New York Post.  Re:  House Democratic leaders, Carl Albert, and Vietnam.  (March 17, 1971). 

p. Newspaper.  "Stage Set for City-College Salute to Speaker Carl Albert."  Durant Daily Democrat.  Re:  various articles on Albert.  Topics include Albert and the dedication of the Durant pool, the college dormitory, and taking part in the opening of 'Carl Albert Year in Education at SCC.'"  (June 10, 1971). 

F 3: Albert, Carl (June 10-30, 1971).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  Carl Albert.

b. Newspaper.  "Speaker Albert Is Coming Here Saturday."  Johnston County Capital-Democrat.  Re:  Carl Albert and "Tishomingo Community Dedication".  (June 10, 1971). 

c. Clipping.  "Carl Albert to be Honored."  Southeastern.  Re:  Carl Albert and Southeastern State College.  (June 10, 1971). 

d. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Climbed the Ladder to Success, But He's Still Down to Earth."  Durant Daily Democrat.  Re:  personal view of Carl Albert.  (June 13, 1971).

e. Newspaper.  "Troubled Leadership" by Ronald Sarro.  Evening Star.  Re:  criticism of Albert as Speaker.  (June 17, 1971). 

f. Clipping.  Roll Call.  "Message for the Speaker."  Re:  photo of Carl Albert kissing his wife, Mary, on his 63rd birthday.  (June 24, 1971). 

g. Magazine article.  "Representative Carl Albert."  OSU Alumni Magazine.  Re:  presentation of the Henry G. Bennett Distinguished Service Award to Carl Albert.  (June-July 1971). 

h. Clipping.  "Carl Albert-Mr. Speaker."  Progressive Farmer.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  (June, 1971).

i. Magazine article.  "Legislative Rally, June 21-23."  Retirement Life.  Re:  Carl Albert's attendance at the National Legislative Rally for the National Association of Retired Federal Employees.  (June 1971). 

F 4: Albert, Carl (July 1971).

a. Remarks by Carl Albert.  "A More Perfect Union.  Re:  Bicentennial.  Included is photo of Albert with Richard Nixon and Chief Justice Warren Burger.  (July 3, 1971).   

b. Clipping.  "Washington Whispers."  U.S. News and World Report.  Re:  critics of Albert's leadership.  (July 5, 1971). 

c. Clipping.  "The First Six Months."  New York Times.  Re:  Carl Albert's effectiveness as Speaker and Democratic party unity.  Article discusses Albert and Democratic leadership in the House and their activities and success in achieving party unity by pushing economic measures to combat recession.  (July 11, 1971). 

d. Clipping.  "Anti-Albert Sentiment Mounting."  Washington Star.  Re:  Carl Albert's effectiveness as Speaker.  (July 12, 1971). 

e. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Begins to Pick Up Points." Times.  Re:  Albert's ability as Speaker.  (July 25, 1971).

f. Correspondence with Clippings.  Southwest Times Record.  Re:  photos of Port Carl Albert.  (July 29, 1971). 

g. Clipping.  "How is Rep. Albert Doing as Speaker of House?"  Alexandria Daily Town Talk.  Re:  appraisal of Albert's first six months as Speaker.  (July 27, 1971).

h. Clipping.  "Critics Zero in On Speaker Albert.  Commercial ?.  Re:  appraisal of Albert's first six months as Speaker.  (July 11, 1971).

i. Newsletter.  American Revolution Bicentennial Commission.  "Bicentennial Era."  Re:  Albert's speech, "A More Perfect Union."  Included are Richard Nixon's and Warren Burger's remarks on the bicentennial.  (July 1971).

j. Magazine.  Rural Electrification.  Re:  Carl Albert and his support for the Rural Electrification program.  (July 1971).

F 5: Albert, Carl (August 1971).

a. Clipping.  "Albert and the C.B.S. Vote" by James H. Scheuer, M.C.  New York Times.  Re:  praise of Albert as Speaker and House Commerce Committee's proposed contempt-of-Congress citation against the Columbia Broadcasting System and its president, Dr. Frank Stanton.  (August 3, 1971). 

b. Correspondence with clippings.  "Korean Likes Working With Albert."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert's secretary, Sue Park Thomson.  (August 5, 1971). 

c. Clipping.  "Albert Lead Drawing Fire."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert's effectiveness as Speaker and the Democratic legislative program.  (June 18, 1971). 

d. Clipping.  "Nixon Requests Drug Fight Aid."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Richard Nixon and drug abuse prevention.  (June 18, 1971). 

e. Clipping.  "Farm Migrants Losing Food Stamps" by Jack Anderson.  Washington Post.  Re:  FBI keeping track on Carl Albert.  (August 21, 1971). 

f. Clipping.  "Speaker Albert Confers With S. Korea's Park."  Evening Star.  Re:  Carl Albert, President Chung Hee Park, and U.S. foreign policy towards China and Korea.  (August 12, 1971).

F 6: Albert, Carl (September 1971).

Correspondence with magazine.  "New From Washington."  NARD Journal.  Re:  Albert's effectiveness as Speaker.  (September, 1971).

F 7: Albert, Carl (October 1971).

a. Correspondence and Clipping.  "Little Giant Will Have His Day at OU."  Wewoka Daily Times.  Re:  Carl Albert Day at the University of Oklahoma.  Article includes statements from Dora McFarland, Mrs. Cortez Ewing, Emil Kraettli, and Julian J. Rothbaum about Albert.  (October 1, 1971). 

b. Clipping.  "Salute to Albert!"  Norman Transcript.  Re:  appreciation of Albert.  Includes biographical sketch.  (October 1, 1971). 

c. Football program; Oklahoma vs. USC.  "The Honorable Carl Albert `31."  Sooners `71.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.  Includes photos of Albert with:  Julian J. Rothbaum, Carl Albert Award Winner John David Williamson, Velma Jones receiving trophies from the OU Dads' Association, and Albert as student in his R.O.T.C. uniform.  (October 10, 1971). 

d. Newspaper.  "Photographic View of Capitol Events."  Roll Call.  Re:  photos of Washington events.  Included is photo of Albert with "Fishbait" Miller and Assistant Secretary of the Interior, Richard Bodman, discussing the Combined Federal Campaign fund drive.  Other Congressmen featured are George E. Danielson, Goodloe E. Byron, and William Saxbe.  (October 7, 1971). 

e. Correspondence with Clippings.  "Fickle Weather Fails to Affect Happy Fans."  Norman Transcript.  Re:  Albert awarded plaque from University of Oklahoma Alumni Association.  Includes photo of Albert with Roy G. Cartwright, president of the OU Alumni Association.

f. Clipping.  "OU Flexes Academic Muscles to Honor Nine" and "Carl Albert Doubts Mansfield Bill Okay."  Norman Transcript.  Re:  banquet for Rhodes Scholars from the University of Oklahoma and the Mansfield Vietnam troop withdrawal amendment.  Included are photos of Carl Albert, Paul F. Sharp, E. E. Dale, and Horace K. Calvert.  (October 3, 1971).

g. Clipping.  "OU Plans Honor for Carl Albert."  Norman Transcript.  Re:  activities planned by the University of Oklahoma to honor Carl Albert.

h. Correspondence from Daily Moore Duvall.  Re:  biographical information about Albert.  Includes personal information from Albert about his family life and history.  Also, included is poem by Albert's first girlfriend, Ruth Sawyer Unruh, "The Old Stokie Story" which mentioned Albert and article from My Oklahoma, "A Red-Headed Boy" which discussed Albert and the National Oratorical Contest.  (June 1927). 

i. Magazine page.  "Carl Albert Festival Oct. 23."  Oklahoma Mason.  Re:  York Rite Festival honoring Carl Albert at Tulsa Masonic Temple.  (October 1971).

j. Newspaper.  "Pine Creek Dam and Lake Officially Dedicated by Carl Albert and Others."  Challenger.  Re:  Albert's attendance at dedication ceremonies of the Pine Creek Dam and Lake.  Included are photos of Albert at the dedication of Pine Creek Dam and Lake and receiving plaque of appreciation from Disabled American Veterans.  (October 28, 1971).

k. Correspondence.  Re:  information describing the duties of the Speaker.  Includes a bibliography on the Speakership and information about past Speakers.

l. Correspondence with Clipping.  Re:  Albert receiving the Masonic 33rd Degree. 

m. Clipping, "OU Fraternity to Honor Albert," Tulsa Daily World, re: Albert and Kappa Alpha chapter at University of Oklahoma.

n. Correspondence.  Re:  Carl Albert Day.  Correspondents include John Brademas, Jerry McGilbra, and Velma Collins, nee Velma Jones.

o. Clipping.  "Remember When."  Record-Citizen.  Re:  photo of Velma Collins, nee Velma Jones with Carl Albert.  (October 18, 1971).

p. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Moved by Ceremonies at OU."  Southwest Times Record.  Re:  Carl Albert Day.

F 8: Albert, Carl (November 1971).

a. Clipping.  "Albert to be Featured Speaker at Mason Ceremony."  Guthrie Daily Leader.  Re:  Albert speech at the conferral of the 33rd degree and the ceremonial of Investiture of the Knight Commander of the Court of Honour.  (November 5, 1971). 

b. News release from the Reserve Officers Association.  Re:  Albert awarded 1972 Minute Man Award.  (November 11, 1971).

c. Correspondence with clipping.  "Prayer Proposal Misses House Approval by 28 Votes."  Houston Post.  Re:  Carl Albert and proposed School Prayer amendment.  (November 9, 1971). 

d. Correspondence with clipping.  "Prayer Bill Selling Points Boomeranged."  Christian Science Monitor.  Re:  Carl Albert and proposed School Prayer amendment.  (November 10, 1971).

e. Article.  Prayer Amendment Fails to Pass in Close Vote."  Baptist Messenger.  Re:  Carl Albert and proposed School Prayer amendment.  (November 18, 1971).

f. Newspaper.  "Carl Albert Named for 'Citizen Who Has Contributed Most to National Security' Award."  Challenger.  Re:  Albert selected to receive 1972 Minute Man Award.  (November 18, 1971).

g. Correspondence with Clipping.  "Albert Backed."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Carl Albert and proposed School Prayer amendment.  Includes photos of Albert with David and Jana Boren at Seminole high school football game.

F 9: Albert, Carl (December 1971).

a. Clipping.  "Rangerette Kudos."  Kilgore News Herald.  Re:  Carl Albert and the Kilgore College Rangerettes.  (December 5, 1971).

b. Newspaper page.  "Albert Walks a Comfortable Middle Line."  Sunday Star.  Re:  Albert's political stance on issues and his ability as Speaker.  (December 19, 1971). 

c. Clipping.  Holdenville News.  Re:  photo of Albert judging the finals of a debate in the Holdenville speech contest.  (December 19, 1971). 

d. Magazine.  "How Congress Packs It In."  Newsweek.  Re:  rush by Congress to pass legislation before adjournment.  (December 20, 1971).

e. Magazine.  "The Congress: A Fight to the Finish."  Time.  Re:  rush by Congress to pass legislation before adjournment.  (December 20, 1971).

f. Questionnaire from Oklahoma Rural News.  Re:  Albert's opinion and self-evaluation of his role as Speaker.  Included is Clipping, "Steed is Hangup in Redistricting," from Anadarko paper.  Re:  Tom Steed.  (December 10, 1971).

g. Newspaper page.  "Like David, Law Professor Slays Myth About Goliath."  New York University Alumni News.  Re:  problems faced by those below average height.  (December 1970).

F 9b: Albert, Carl (1971).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  various topics, including the renaming of Poteau Community College and suggestion to hang a portrait of Carl Albert in the State Capitol.

b. Clipping.  "The Speaker and the President."  St. Louis Labor Tribune.  Re:  President of the Local 6013 of the Communications Workers, Lela Foreman.  (March 19, 1971). 

F 9c: Albert, Carl (1971).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  thank you and appreciation letters.

b. Clipping.  Home News Re:  the Albert family in a misprinted article.  (February 16, 1971). 

F 10: Albert, Carl (1971).

a. Pamphlet.  "Carl Albert Year in Education" sponsored by Southeastern Oklahoma State College, Durant Chamber of Commerce and the City of Durant, Oklahoma.  Re:  appreciation of Albert's achievements and Southeastern Oklahoma State College.

b. Newsletter.  "Free China News."  Re:  bipartisan group of Congressmen's visit to Taiwan.  Includes photo of Carl Albert, Mary Albert, Sue Park Thompson, Tammy Kitchens, President and Madam Chiang.

c. Article.  "Representative Carl Albert."  Oklahoma State Alumus Magazine.  Re:  Albert award of the Henry G. Bennett Distinguished Service Award from Oklahoma State University. 

d. Magazine article.  "An Educational-Industrial Complex."  ITV News.  Re:  Carl Albert and Oklahoma Higher Education Televised Instruction System.  Includes photo of Albert delivering principal speech at the dedication of the Oklahoma Higher Education Televised Instruction System.  (Fall 1971).

e. Resolution by the Democratic Caucus.  Re:  election of Speaker, Majority Leader, and other offices to the 92nd Congress.  (1971).

f. Clipping.  Evening Star.  Re:  photo of Carl and Mary Albert with Fred Harris' daughter, Kathryn, at opening of an American Indian art exhibit.  (February 16, 1971). 

g. Correspondence with news release.  Re:  selection by the Oklahoma Radio Broadcasters of the "Oklahoman of the Year" for 1971. 

h. Clipping.  "Third District is Better Off."  Re:  interview with Polly Ritter, Albert's secretary.  Ritter praise of Albert's work.

i. Clipping.  "Critics Zero In On Speaker Albert."  Commercial ?.  Re:  critique of Albert and his role as Speaker.

j. Article.  "10 KA's Play Prominent Role in Congress."  Kappa Alpha Journal.  Re:  brief biographical sketches of Kappa Alpha alumni that were currently serving as members of Congress.  (Spring 1971).

k. Index from the Congressional Record.  (January 21, 1971-December 17, 1971).

l. Clipping.  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  photo of Albert with Dewey Bartlett, David hall, and Raymond Gary.

m. Clipping.  "McAlester Mason Is Third Highest Official in the Government."  Oklahoma Mason.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert and his Masonic activities.

n. Clipping: "Citian Has High Regard for Carl Albert," re: Mrs. J. V. Earnest, Albert's cousin, and Carl Albert.

o. Clipping: "The House: Passive No More," re: Albert as Speaker.

p. Clippings on Albert family.

F 11: Albert, Carl (January 1972).

a. Correspondence with clipping.  "Carl Albert Takes Middle Road as House Speaker."  Toledo Blade.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  (December 26, 1971).  Includes photo of Albert. 

b. Clipping.  Oklahoma Journal.  Re:  Photo of Albert with Czar D. Langston.  Albert with plaque awarded to him by the Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives.  (January 13, 1972). 

c. Clipping.  Daily News (St Thomas, Virgin Islands).  Re:  photo of Carl And Mary Albert with Governor and Mrs. Melvin H. Evans at a reception at Government House, Christiansted.  (January 13, 1972). 

d. Correspondence with Clipping.  "Albert Praises State Co-ops."  Oklahoma City paper.  Re:  Albert and Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives.  Includes photo of Albert with David Hall.

e. Correspondence with Clipping.  "Budget Powwow."  Southwest Time Record.  Re:  photo of Albert meeting with the heads of House committees to discuss the federal budget.  Included in photo are W. R. Poage, George Mahon, and Wright Patman.  (nd). 

f. Newspaper.  "Albert Recalls `Historic' First Year as Speaker" and "REC Leaders to Hear Albert at Their 30th Annual Meeting."  Oklahoma Rural News.  Re:  Albert as Speaker and Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives.  (January 1972).

g. Magazine excerpt.  HSMHA World.  Re:  Albert, Tom Steed, and Elliot Richardson at art exhibit featuring Virginia Veal's Oklahoma landscape paintings.  Photo included.  (January-February, 1972).

h. Article.  "A Hundred Homes in Oklahoma."  Rural Electrification.  Re:  Albert at dedication ceremony of the opening of rural housing in Wilburton, Oklahoma.  Includes photos of Albert with Otha Beard and Gene Stipe.  (January 1972).

i. Magazine.  "Two Officers Whose Acts Earn Them Grateful Recognition."  Officer.  Re:  Carl Albert named "Minute Man of the Year" for 1972 by the Reserve Officers Association of the United States.  Includes biographical sketch.  Albert featured on cover.  (January 1972).

F 12: Albert, Carl (February 1972).

a. Resolution from the Oklahoma State Legislature.  Re:  requests to change name of Poteau Junior College to Carl Albert Junior College.  (February 3, 1972). 

b. Correspondence with clipping.  "Demos Plan TV Phone-In After Speech."  Fort Worth Star-Telegram.  Re:  television program in which viewers call and ask a panel of Democratic senators and representatives questions.  Program scheduled after Richard Nixon's State of the Union message.  Includes photo of Albert.  (January 17, 1972).

c. Clipping.  "Sunburst."  LeFlore County Sun.  Re:  change of the name of Poteau Junior College to Carl Albert Junior College.  (February 6, 1972).

d. Correspondence with newsletter.  "Carl Albert is Oklahoma's Honorary Heart Chairman."  Hearts on Parade.  Re:  Albert named Honorary Campaign Chairman of Oklahoma's Heart Fund Drive.  (January, 1972).

e. Newspaper.  "Albert Pledges Continued Support of REC Program."  Oklahoma Rural News.  Re:  Carl Albert and the Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives.  Includes photo of Albert with Jackie Bacon.  (February, 1972).

f. Correspondence with resolution.  Re:  Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives and Carl Albert.  (February 4, 1972).

g. Clipping.  "Banquet Draws Oklahoman."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Democratic Congressional Campaign dinner honoring Carl Albert.  Includes photos of Julian and Irene Rothbaum, Carl and Mary Frances Albert, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Skeith, and J. C. Cobb.  (February 14, 1972). 

h. Correspondence with resolution by the Oklahoma State Legislature.  Re:  name change from Poteau Junior College to Carl Albert Junior College.  (February 2, 1972).

i. Clipping.  "`No Secret Deals,' Nixon Declares."  Evening Star.  Re:  Richard Nixon's trip to China.  Included is photo of various members of Congress.  Pictured are Albert, Mike Mansfield, and Gerald Ford with Richard Nixon.  (February 29, 1972).

j. Newsletter.  "The Capital Dome."  Re:  photo of Wright Patman administering the Speaker's oath of office to Carl Albert on January 21, 1971.  (February 1972).

F 13: Albert, Carl (March 1972).

a. Correspondence with magazine clipping.  "Walter Scott's Personality Parade."  Parade Magazine.  Re:  question about Carl Albert view of Vietnam and his relationship with his wife.  (February 20, 1972). 

b. Correspondence with Clipping.  "Knows of Chickasha Honor."  Chickasha Daily Express.  Re:  photo of Albert with Fern Frey and Mary Jeter.  (February 28, 1972).

c. Correspondence with magazine clipping.  "Beta Eta Cites Growth of System."  Kappa Alpha Journal.  Re:  Carl Albert Day at the University of Oklahoma.  Includes photo of Albert with Beta Eta Chapter in front of the Kappa Alpha house.  (Winter, 1971-1972). 

d. Correspondence with magazine clipping.  Oklahoma Legionnaire.  Re:  reception for Oklahomans attending the Women's Forum on National Security.  Includes photos of Albert with Mayme Brown, Hope Reed, Fern Frey, and Margaret Elgin Smith.  (March, 1972). 

e. Correspondence with Clipping.  "Gavel Seems Too Heavy For Albert" by Jack Anderson.  Seminole Producer.  Re:  questions Albert's ability as Speaker.  (March 10, 1972). 

f. Questionnaire from the National Social Directory.  Re:  biographical sketch of Albert.

g. Statement by Carl Albert.  Re:  economic policies of the Nixon administration and unemployment.  (March 16, 1972). 

h. Clipping.  "Washington Wire."  Wall Street Journal.  Re:  criticizes Democratic leadership in the House.  (March 17, 1972). 

i. Correspondence with Clipping.  "Speaker's Post Tough on Albert."  Sunday Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert's ability as Speaker.  (March 26, 1972). 

j. Correspondence with newsletter published by the National Automobile Dealers Association. NADA Newsletter.  Re:  photos of Carl Albert with Oklahoma car dealers.  (March 3, 1972).

k. Rough draft for the Oklahoma Teacher.  Re:  "Carl Albert Year in Education" in Oklahoma honoring Albert for his service to education.

F 14: Albert, Carl (April 1972).

a. Correspondence from Ed Edmondson.  Re:  praise of Albert's leadership abilities.  (April 10, 1972).

b. Correspondence with clipping.  "Carl Albert Visited Stroud."  Stroud American.  Re:  Albert's visit to new county, Lincoln, in his district.  (April 13, 1972). 

c. Clipping.  "New Namesake."  Southwest Times Record.  Re:  name change of Poteau Junior College to Carl Albert Junior College.  Includes photo of Albert with E. T. Dunlap.  (April 12, 1972). 

d. Correspondence with magazine.  "National Leaders Attend Congressional Banquet."  V.F.W. Magazine.  Re:  photos of various Congressmen with V.F.W. members.  Albert included.  (April, 1972).

e. Program.  Re:  testimonial banquet sponsored by American Federation of Government Employees honoring Carl Albert.  (April 15, 1972).

f. Newspaper.  Daily McAlester Democrat (Carl Albert Souvenir Edition).  Re:  Carl Albert Day in McAlester, Oklahoma.  Included are various articles discussing Albert.  (April 19, 1972). 

g. Newspaper page.  "Oklahoma's AFGE Fetes Carl Albert."  Government Standard.  Re:  American Federation of Government Employees honoring Carl Albert.  (April 21, 1972). 

h. Clippings.  Atoka County Times.  Re:  flag sent by Carl Albert to Atoka High School.  (April 13, 1972). 

i. Correspondence.  Re:  Albert's advice to incoming freshmen to college. 

j. Correspondence with Clipping.  "Carl Albert Award Presented."  Norman Transcript.  Re:  Carl Albert Award at the University of Oklahoma.  Includes photos of Carl Albert, Julian J. Rothbaum, and Carl Albert Award winner, Terry Calvin McMahon.  (April 16, 1972).   

k. Magazine.  "Albert Emphasizes Duty of Americans to Defend Nation."  Officer.  Re:  Albert winner of the 1972 Minute Man of the Year of Award.  Includes speeches by Albert and Melvin R. Laird.  Photos included of Albert, Brig. Gen. Gerald Hart and Melvin A. Laird.  (April 1972). 

F 15: Albert, Carl (May 16, 1972).

Newspaper.  Hugo News.  Re:  salute to industry in Southeastern Oklahoma.  Includes letter by Albert saluting industrial progress in Southeastern Oklahoma. 

F 16: Albert, Carl (May 19, 1972).

a. Newspaper.  "Armed Forces Day Observance Opens."  Daily McAlester Democrat.  Re:  Armed Forces Day in McAlester, Oklahoma.  Albert participated in Armed Forces Day activities.  (May 19, 1972). 

b. Newspaper page.  "Attend the Armed Forces Day Parade."  McAlester News-Capital.  Re:  Armed Forces Day in McAlester, Oklahoma.  Albert participated in Armed Forces Day activities.  (May 19, 1972). 

F 17: Albert, Carl (May 20-21, 1972).

a. Newspaper.  "Carl Albert Here for Military Event; to Attend Demo Meet."  Daily McAlester Democrat.  Re:  Albert's attendance at Armed Forces Day and the Democratic County Convention.  Includes photo of Carl and Mary Albert with Admiral and Mrs. Isaac Kidd.  (May 21, 1972). 

b. Newspaper.  McAlester Sunday News-Capital.  Re:  Armed Forces Day in McAlester, Oklahoma.  (May 21, 1972). 

c. Newspaper.  Daily McAlester Democrat.  Re:  Armed Forces Day in McAlester, Oklahoma.  (May 21, 1972). 

F 18: Albert, Carl (May 1972).

a. Clipping.  "Albert's Vote Not Own Mind?"  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Carl Albert support for motion in the House to removed troops from Vietnam.  (May 2, 1972). 

b. Correspondence with Clippings.  "Due Honorary ORU Degrees" and "Southeastern Thespians in Washington."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  honorary doctorate degrees from Oral Roberts award to Albert, Jennings Randolph, and Kathyrn Kuhlman and Albert with cast from Southeastern State College's "Of Mice and Men."  Includes photos of Albert, Jennings Randolph, Kathyrn Kuhlman, Frank Wade, Janie Freeman, and Charles Wrathen.  (May 2, 1972). 

c. Newsletter.  "Armed Forces Day Here to be `Best Ever'."  McANAD News.  Re:  Armed Forces Day in McAlester, Oklahoma, in which Albert was featured guest.  Includes photo of Albert.  (May 12, 1972).

d. Newsletter.  "Depot Receives Special Praise From AFD Guests."  McANAD News.  Re:  Albert's praise of the McAlester Naval Depot on Armed Forces Day.  (May 26, 1972).

e. Magazine.  "A Salute to Carl Albert."  Oklahoma Teacher.  Re:  Carl Albert Year in Education."  Includes photo of Albert with Jim Green, NEA Federal Legislation specialist.  (May 1972). 

F 19: Albert, Carl (June 1972).

a. Newspaper.  "Port Carl Albert Dedication Held."  Sequoyah County Times.  Re:  official dedication of Port Carl Albert.  Includes photo of Carl Albert.  (June 1, 1972). 

b. Newspaper.  "McAlester Visitors."  North American Rockwell News.  Re:  photo of Albert with William H. Cecka on Armed Forces Day in McAlester, Oklahoma.  (June 2, 1972).

c. Correspondence with Clipping.  Sequoyah County Times.  Re:  Port Carl Albert.  Includes photos of Albert at Port Carl Albert dedication and with three Oklahoma Cherokee Native Americans who serve as Veterans Assistance officers.  (June 1, 1972). 

d. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Hospitalized With Chest Pains."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert illness.  (June 10, 1972). 

e. Clipping.  "Albert Apologizes For `Little Detour'."  Duncan Banner.  Re:  Albert illness.  (June 11, 1972). 

f. Newspaper page.  "Carl Albert Helps to Dedicate Mountain Fork Water System."  McCurtain Gazette.  Re:  dedication of the new Mountain Fork Water Supply district and Albert's announcement that the Farmers Home Administration had approved a loan to McCurtain County.  (June 26, 1972). 

g. Newspaper.  "Mountain Fork Rural Water System Dedicated by Carl Albert Saturday."  Challenger.  Includes photos of Albert at dedication.  (June 29, 1972). 

F 20: Albert, Carl (July 1972).

a. Memorandum.  Re:  1972 Campaign, Democratic Platform, and Third District Congressional race.

b. Clipping.  "Political Unknown Tackle `Little Giant'."  Norman Transcript.  Re:  Third District Congressional race, Albert, Marvin C. Andrews, and Harold J. Marshall.  (July 13, 1972). 

c. Newspaper.  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  photo of portrait of Albert with the artist, Mrs. Hal Pimsler.  (July 27, 1972). 

d. Newsletter.  Choctaw Nation Talking Leaf. Re:  Albert visit to the CNMCLS bookmobile.  (July, 1972).

F 21: Albert, Carl (August 1972).

a. Correspondence with Clipping.  Lindsay News.  Re:  photo of Albert.  (June 20, 1972).

b. Clipping.  "Albert Standing Firm."  Duncan Banner.  Re:  Albert's position on Vietnam.  (August 14, 1972).

c. Publication (Report by Ralph Nader Congress Project).  "Citizens Look at Congress."  Re:  detailed account of Albert's voting record on various issues, biography, Third District voting history, voting patterns, interest group ratings, and congressional reform.  (August 1972).

d. Article.  "Education Days Honor Carl Albert."  Southeastern Alumni Newsletter.  Re:  "Carl Albert Year in Education."  (August 1972).

F 22: Albert, Carl (September 1972).

a. Clipping.  "House Speaker Says Labor Has Won Better Life for All Americans."  Labor.  Re:  Carl Albert's praise of organized labor.  (September 2, 1972). 

b. Clipping.  "Albert Hits 2 Cars."  Oklahoma Journal.  Re:  Albert's involvement in car accident in Washington, D.C.  (September 11, 1972). 

c. Clippings.  "House Speaker Carl Albert Involved in Minor Accident" and House Lobby Gets Fancy."  Re:  Albert's involvement in car accident in Washington, D.C. and the redecoration of the Speaker's lobby.  (September 11, 1972).  (ns). 

d. Clipping.  "Albert Involved in Car Incident?"  Daily Oklahoman.  (September 11, 1972). 

e. Clipping.  "The District Line."  Washington Post.  Re:  Albert's involvement in car accident in Washington, D.C.  (September 12, 1972). 

f. Clipping.  "Albert Comments."  Washington Star.  Re:  Albert denied that he was drunk when car accident occurred.  (October 12, 1972).

g. Clipping.  "Albert Puts Dent in His Record."  New York Post.  Re:  Albert's involvement in car accident in Washington, D.C.  (September 11, 1972). 

h. Correspondence with material from the National Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation.  "Ross Captures Hearts of Nation's leaders in D.C."  Includes photos of Albert, George Romney, Melvin Laird, Elliot Richardson, and E. T. Klassen with 1972 National Poster Child for Cystic Fibrosis, Ross Mosier.  (September 1972).

F 23: Albert, Carl (October 1972).

a. Clipping.  "Garvin Talk."  Pauls Valley Democrat.  Re:  photo of Albert with Trenna Nation, Chairman of the Garvin County Democratic Central Committee.

b. Newspaper.  "Search for a Lost Silversmith."  Evening Star.  Re:  historic coin silver inkstand which sits on Albert's desk.  The artist's identity remains a mystery.  Includes photo of Albert. 

c. Statement by Carl Albert.  Re:  accomplishments of the 92nd Congress.  Includes list and explanation of legislation passed by Congress.  (October 14, 1972).

F 24: Albert, Carl (November 1972).

Newspaper.  "College Celebrates Building Dedication" and "Albert Says Centers Mark Reversal of Trend."  LeFlore County Sun.  Re:  dedication of the Orville Johnson building on the campus of Carl Albert Junior College.  Albert spoke at the dedication.  Includes two photos of Albert. 

F 25: Albert, Carl (December 1972).

a. Newspaper page.  "Carl Albert Selected for Education Award."  Seminole Producer.  Re:  Albert received the Higher Education Alumni Council's Public Service Award for 1972. 

b. Correspondence with editorial.  "A Good Speaker."  McCurtain Gazette.  Re:  Albert's ability as Speaker.  (December 6, 1972). 

F 26: Albert, Carl (1972).

Correspondence.  Re:  requests for information on Albert.

F 27: Albert, Carl - Personal (February-September 1972).

Correspondence.  Re:  importance of Albert's speech making skills to his career, Willmoore Kendall, David Albert, Edmon Low, travels through Spain during Oxford years, Bug Tussle, Daily McAlester Democrat's Carl Albert souvenir edition, and the Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts.  Correspondents include David Hall.

F 28: Albert, Carl (1972).

a. Clipping.  "Anti-Albert Sentiment Mounting."  Washington Star.  Re:  Albert's ability as Speaker.  (nd). 

b. Magazine.  Teachers Guide to Television.  Re:  short essays by Congressmen and Senators about their climb to their political positions.  Includes biographical material on Carl Albert, Mike Mansfield, Jacob Javits, George Mahon, Robert Taft, Jr., John O. Pastore, Gerald R. Ford, Alan Cranston, Harrison Williams, Jr., John Brademas, J. W. Fulbright, Orval Hansen, Albert Quie, Fred Schwengel, John R. Dellenback, Shirley Chisholm, Jerry L. Pettis, Bob Packwood, and Herman Badillo.  Includes photos of each.  (Fall 1972). 

c. News magazine.  The Circle:  The News Magazine of Omicron Delta Kappa.  Re:  Albert honored with plaque of membership to the Oklahoma Baptist University Circle.  Includes photo.  (Summer 1972).

d. Index.  Congressional Record.  Re:  index of the proceedings and debates from the 92nd Congress.  (January 18, 1972-October 18, 1972).

F 29: Albert, Carl (January 1973).

a. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Emerges as New Power."  Daily Ardmoreite.  Re:  Carl Albert and the 93rd Congress.  (January 12, 1973). 

b. Cartoon.  "Instant Seniority."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert, Clem McSpadden, and the seniority system.  (January 12, 1973). 

c. Correspondence with Clipping.  Daily Record.  Re:  photo of Albert with Tip O`Neill.  (January 5, 1973). 

d. Excerpt from East Oklahoma Messenger.  Re:  appreciation of Albert.  (January 17, 1973). 

e. Clipping.  "Albert and Mansfield:  They're Losing Patience With Mr. Nixon."  Washington Post.  Re: Albert, Mike Mansfield, and the Nixon administration.  (January 21, 1973). 

f. Correspondence with Clipping.  "Editor Talks with Albert, Bellmon, Bartlett in D. C." and "A Cold, Nasty Town with a Few Good People Around-That's D.C."  East Oklahoma Messenger.  Re:  interview with Carl Albert, Henry Bellmon, and Dewey Bartlett.  Topics include sale of American wheat to the Soviet Union, Rural Environmental Assistance Program, and freedom of the press.  Includes photos of Albert with Jim Hardesti and welcoming athletes from People's Republic of China.

g. Newspaper page.  "Carl Albert Starting to Show Muscle."  Washington Post.  Re:  Albert's reassertion of Speakership's power which resulted in major reforms in the House.  (January 28, 1973). 

h. Address of Carl Albert on the 50th Anniversary of Time, Inc.  "The Modern Relationship Between the Legislative and Executive Branches of the Federal Government."  (January 31, 1973).

i. Address of Carl Albert.  "Speaker's Acceptance Speech."  (1973).

F 30: Albert, Carl (February 1973).

a. Article.  "The Coming Battle Between President and Congress."  Time.  Re:  impending clash between the legislative and executive branches of government.  Includes look at Albert's relationship with the White House.  (February 1, 1973). 

b. Clipping.  "Albert Beefs Up House Muscle."  Fort Worth Star-Telegram.  Re:  Albert's reassertion of power in the House.  (February 4, 1973).   

c. Cartoon.  Fort Worth Star-Telegram.  Re:  Albert and reforms in the House.  (February 9, 1973). 

d. Clipping.  "The Speaker Revolts."  National Observer.  Re:  Albert and reforms in the House.  (February 10, 1973). 

e. Statement by Carl Albert.  Re:  rumored retirement.  (January 12, 1973).

f. Clipping.  "Mike Majors Relates Experiences in Washington D. C. as House Page."  Holdenville Daily News.  Re:  Mike Majors, Albert's page.  (February 13, 1973). 

g. Correspondence with Clipping.  "Albert and Albert Regents."  Poteau News.  Re:  photo of Albert with Carl Albert Junior College regents, Bob Lee Kidd, Jr. and Dr. Herman Thomas.  (August 17, 1972). 

h. Newspaper.  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  photo of Albert with Ed Edmondson.  (September 16, 1972). 

i. Clipping.  "Albert Assures Us He'll Run Again."  East Oklahoma Messenger.  Re:  Albert's rumored retirement.  (nd). 

j. Clipping.  "The Man From Bugtussle."  Kingfisher Times.  Re:  Albert and Ron Dellums.  (February 22, 1973). 

k. Clipping.  "A Refreshing Spirit in the House."  Washington Post.  Re:  Albert and reforms in the House.  (February 27, 1973). 

l. Clipping.  "Albert Bears Watching."  Oklahoma City Times.  Re:  Albert and reforms in the House.  (February 28, 1973). 

F 31: Albert, Carl (March 1973).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  Albert's personal experiences as a student at the University of Oklahoma.

b. Correspondence with clipping.  "New Bridge To Be Named For Albert."  Hugo Daily News.  Re:  Carl Albert Bridge over the Kiamichi River on State Highway 93. 

c. Clipping.  "Mansfield and Albert:  Key Men in Struggle With Nixon."  New York Times.  Re:  power struggle between leaders of Congress, Mike Mansfield and Carl Albert and the Nixon administration.  Includes discussion on Congressional reforms.  (March 26, 1973).

d. Correspondence.  Re:  Albert's memories of his mother.

e. Clipping, "Parents Teachers, Hardwork Made Carl Albert," Okemah News-Leader, re: Albert's education (March 1973).

F 32: Albert, Carl (April 1973).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  Carl Albert Bridge.  Includes copy of a representational sketch of the plaque located on the Carl Albert Bridge. 

b. Newspaper.  "House Speaker Carl Albert Opposes MH Funds Cut."  Psychiatric News.  Re:  proposed cutoff of federal funds for the community mental health centers program.  (April 4, 1973).

c. Correspondence.  Re:  list of Albert's Masonic affiliations.

d. Remarks of Carl Albert.  Re:  legislation for water and sewer grants.  (April 10, 1973).

e. Clipping.  "Another Birthday..."  McAlester News-Capital.  Re:  photo of former District Judge W. A. Lackey and Peter Escelle standing in front of photo of Carl Albert.  (April 12, 1973). 

f. Press release.  "Where is Speaker Carl Albert."  Re:  Spiro T. Agnew's inability to reach Albert who was on vacation.  (April 16, 1973).

g. Correspondence with newsletter.  "OK...VICA."  Re:  visit by the officers of Oklahoma Association of Vocational Industrial Clubs of America to Albert's office.  Includes photo.

h. Clipping.  "House Leadership Finding New Rules Have Little Effect."  Dallas Times Herald.  Re:  Albert's inability to unite the House Democrats.  (April 27, 1973). 

i. Newspaper.  Hugo Daily News.  Re:  newspaper devoted to Carl Albert and his achievements.  Included are photos and biographical sketch.  (April 27. 1973). 

j. Newspaper.  "Hugo Rolls Out Red Carpet for House Speaker Carl Albert."  Hugo Daily News.  Re:  Albert's visit to Hugo, Oklahoma.  (April 30, 1973). 

F 33: Albert, Carl (May 1973).

a. Clipping.  "Albert Presses House Reform Drive."  Washington Post.  Re:  first hearing of the select House committee studying reform of the committee system.  Includes photo of Albert.  (May 3, 1973). 

b. Correspondence with resolution by Oklahoma State Legislature.  Re:  Carl Albert Bridge.  Correspondents include David Hall.  (March 27, 1973).

c. Report.  AFGE Washington Letter.  Re:  Albert's involvement with the American Federation of Government Employees.  (May 11, 1973).

d. Clipping.  "Girl Page Breaks Tradition in House."  Muskogee Daily Phoenix & Times-Democrat.  Re:  Felda Looper, first female page in the House.  She was sponsored by Albert.  Includes photo of Albert with Felda Looper in front of Capitol.  (May 22, 1973). 

e. Correspondence with newspaper.  "Albert Coalition Rule Urged" and "Moral Climate Blamed."  Oklahoma Journal.  Re:  Albert, Watergate, Congress, and Bryce Harlow.  (May 12, 1973).  Correspondents include Bryce Harlow and Sula Goodman. 

F 34: Albert, Carl (June 1973).

a. Correspondence with article.  Washington Report.  Re:  photo of Albert with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rust.  (May 21, 1973).

b. Magazine article.  NARD Journal.  Re:  photo of Albert with Kenneth Mehrle, J. C. Cobb, Helen D. Gouin, and Willard B Simmons at National Association of Retail Druggist function.  (June, 1973).

F 35: Albert, Carl (July 1973).

a. Clipping.  "Divided House Democrats Feel Leadership `Energy Crisis'."  Washington Post.  Re:  lack of unity among Congressional Democrats which is blamed on Carl Albert's lack of leadership.  (July 9, 1973). 

b. Clipping.  "Carl Albert to Speak at Demo Workshop."  Wewoka Daily Times.  Re:  Grassroots Workshop for Democratic Leaders in Ada.  (July 12, 1973). 

c. Clipping.  "Impoundment:  Beyond the Law" by Carl Albert.  Re:  President's power of impoundment and how it strikes against Congress' right to appropriate monies.  (July ?, 1973). 

d. Article.  "Felda-First for Females in U. S. House of Representatives."  Journal.  Re:  Felda Looper, first female page of the House.  She was sponsored by Albert.  Include photo of Albert with Felda Looper.  (July, 1973). 

F 36: Albert, Carl (August 1973).

Clipping.  "Albert Achieves Objectives."  Holdenville Daily News.  Re:  editorial praising Albert's accomplishments which Hughes County.  (August 20, 1973). 

F 37: Albert, Carl (September 1973).

a. Clipping.  "Albert Death Rumors Nixed."  Guthrie Daily Leader.  Re:  Albert's rumored death.  (September 23, 1973). 

b. Clipping.  "Albert Calls Record of Congress Good."  Sun.  Re:  Congress' legislative record.  (September 24, 1973). 

F 38: Albert, Carl (October 1973).

a. Clipping.  "Man From Bug Tussle Now Breath Away From Presidency."  Ada Evening News.  Re:  Albert second in line to the Presidency.  (October 11, 1973). 

b. Clipping.  "Carl Albert--Next in Line."  San Francisco Examiner.  Re:  Albert second in line to the Presidency.  (October 11, 1973). 

c. Clipping.  "Albert Prefers Job He Has."  Journal (Atlanta, Georgia).  Re:  Albert second in line to the Presidency.  Includes photo of Albert.  (October 11, 1973). 

d. Clipping.  "A Voice in Naming Ford:  Carl Albert."  New York Times.  Re:  Albert's contribution to the selection of Gerald Ford as Vice President.  Includes photo of Albert with Gerald Ford.  (October 14, 1973). 

e. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Remembered by Sarasotan."  Sarasota Journal.  Re:  Former Rhodes Scholar, David St. Clair's reminscences of Albert.  (October 15, 1973). 

f. Transcript of Oklahoma Correspondent's Press Conference.  Re:  interview with Albert about his position next in line to the President and Gerald Ford as Vice President Designate.  (October 19, 1973).

g. Clipping.  "Carl Finds Role `Uncomfortable'."  Guthrie Daily Leader.  Re:  Albert second in to the Presidency and Spiro Agnew.  (October 22, 1973).  (2 copies).

h. Clipping.  "Claude Brinegar is at Bottom of Presidential Succession Line."  Rocky Mountain News (Denver, Colorado).  Re:  25th Amendment and line of Presidential succession.  (October 23, 1973). 

i. Clipping.  "Ford and the 'Firestorm'."  Washington Star-News. Re:  confirmation of Gerald Ford and Watergate.  (October 23, 1973). 

j. Newspaper page.  Oakland Tribune.  Re:  Watergate.  Includes photo of Albert and Peter Rodino.  (October 23, 1973). 

k. Clippings.  "Albert, Next in Line, Doesn't Want Job" and "Speaker is Next in Succession."  Re:  Albert next in line for the Presidency and the 25th Amendment.  Includes biographical sketch of Albert.  (October 23, 1973).

l. Clipping.  "Albert: A Heartbeat Away and Living With It."  Washington Star-News.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency.  (October 25, 1973). 

m. Clipping.  "Impeachment Probe Needed Says Albert."  Guthrie Daily Leader.  Re:  impeachment and Richard Nixon.  (October, 26, 1973). 

n. Clipping.  "State Editors Say:  Proud of Carl Albert."  Oklahoma Journal.  Re:  Carl Albert as Speaker.  (October 28, 1973). 

o. Clipping.  "Albert Performs Like a Giant."  Duncan Banner.  Re:  Albert and impeachment of Richard Nixon.  (October 28, 1973). 

p. Clipping.  "Ford as Veep:  A Price We Must Pay."  Washington Star-News.  Re:  Gerald R. Ford, Watergate, and Richard Nixon.  (October, 28, 1973). 

q. Clipping.  "President Ford of Albert? Nonsense!"  by James Kilpatrick.  Washington Star-News.  Re:  impeachment, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and Albert.  (October 28, 1973). 

r. Clipping.  "No Albert Investigation."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  call for investigation of Albert by Oklahoma Republican leaders because of Albert's position as next in line to the Presidency. (October 31, 1973). 

s. Clipping.  "Seniority on the Hill" by Marquis Childs.  Re:  Congressional reform and the seniority system, Carl Albert and John C. Stennis.   

t. Clipping.  "Albert of Oklahoma is No. 2 Man Now."  Journal (Milwaukee, Wisconsin).  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency.  Includes photo of Albert.  (October 11, 1973). 

u. Clipping.  "The Democrats' Delay for Mr. Ford" by Rowland Evans and Robert Novak.  Re:  Democratic opposition to the confirmation of Gerald Ford.   

v. Clipping.  "The Vice Presidential Vacancy..."  Washington Post.  Re:  Albert, confirmation of Gerald Ford, and Richard Nixon.  (nd). 

w. Clipping.  "What's Next?  Nixon Case Confused."  Chicago Tribune.  Re:  Richard Nixon, Watergate, and Albert.  (nd). 

x. Clipping.  "No Short and Easy Path for Ford" by Crosby S. Noyes.  Re:  confirmation of Gerald Ford, Watergate, and Richard Nixon.   

y. Clipping.  "`The Nation's on a Slippery Slope'" by Marquis Childs.  Re:  Richard Nixon, Watergate, and impeachment.  Includes drawing of Archibald Cox.   

z. Clipping "Effect of a U.S. Political Coup D'Etat" by Clare Boothe Luce.  Re:  Watergate, Richard Nixon, impeachment, and Albert.  Includes photo of Albert.   

aa. Clipping.  "If Carl Albert Is Scared, Crisis Fans, We Should All Be Scared."  Commercial Appeal.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency, Richard Nixon, and impeachment.  (October 25, 1973). 

bb. Clipping, "Speaker Albert Returns to Oxford to Present Award," Poteau News (October 11, 1973).

F 39: Albert, Carl ( November 1973).

a. Clipping.  "He's Statesmanlike" and "New Tactics Needed."  Madill Record.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency and Richard Nixon.  (November 1, 1973). 

b. Clipping.  "Ford and Albert Deal With Deep Problems."  New York Times.  Re:  Presidential line of succession, Albert, and Gerald R. Ford.  Includes photos of Albert and Gerald R. Ford.  (November 2, 1973)

c. Clipping.  "Why Carl Albert Doesn't Want Nixon's Job.  Sunday News.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency.  Includes photo of Albert, Gerald Ford, and Richard Nixon.  (November 4, 1973). 

d. Clipping.  "Questions are Raised About Speaker Albert."  Chicago Tribune.  Re:  alleged drinking problem.  (November 4, 1973).

e. Clipping.  "Albert Would Shun Presidency."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency.  (November 4, 1973). 

f. Clipping.  "Albert as Asset to the Country."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert as President.  (November 5, 1973). 

g. Article.  "The Reluctant Dragoon."  Time Magazine.  Re:  Carl Albert next in line to the Presidency.  Includes biographical sketch.  (November 5, 1973). 

h. Article.  "The Stand-In From Bug Tussle."  Newsweek(?)  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency.  Includes biographical sketch of Albert.  (November 5, 1973). 

i. Clipping.  "Little Dixie Understands Carl Albert."  Oklahoma Journal.  Re:  Third District and Carl Albert.  (November 5, 1973). 

j. Clipping.  "One Heartbeat-or Indictment-From the Presidency."  Houston Chronicle.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency.  Includes biographical sketch.  (November 7, 1973). 

k. Clipping.  "If It Isn't Nixon or Ford...President Albert?"  National Observer.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency.  Includes biographical sketch.  (November 10, 1973). 

l. Clipping.  "Albert Says He's Against Impeachment of Nixon."  Sunday Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert, Richard Nixon, and Impeachment.  (November 11, 1973). 

m. Clipping.  "Reluctant Oklahoman."  Times-Union (Albany, N.Y.).  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency and Richard Nixon.  Includes photo and biographical sketch of Albert.  (November 11, 1973). 

n. Clipping.  "The Presidency Holds No Appeal."  San Francisco Examiner & Chronicle.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency and Richard Nixon.  (November 11, 1973?). 

o. Clipping.  "Ford:  Model T Nominee."  San Francisco Examiner & Chronicle.  Re:  Vice Presidential confirmation of Gerald Ford.  (November 11, 1973).

p. Clipping.  "Home Folks Understand Carl Albert."  Los Angeles Times.  Re:  Carl Albert and Third District of Oklahoma.  (November 11, 1973). 

q. Clipping.  "Bug Tussle's Carl Albert Doesn't Want Presidency."  Christian Science Monitor.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency and Bug Tussle.  Includes personal reminiscences by people who knew Albert.  Includes photos of Flowery Mound schoolhouse and Albert.  (November 13, 1973). 

r. Clipping.  "House Speaker Carl Albert of Oklahoma."  Tribune (Oakland, Calif.).  Re:  Albert next in line for the Presidency and leadership in the House.  Includes photo of Albert.  (November 15, 1973). 

s. Clipping.  "Events Put Him in Line for Presidency of United States."  Congressional Quarterly(?)  Re:  Albert next in line for the Presidency and Albert's voting record. (nd).

t. Clipping.  "Speaker Carl Albert Not Anxious for Presidency" by Patty Hay.  Re:  Albert next in line for the Presidency, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, energy crisis, inflation, and foreign policy in the Middle East. (ns).  (November 15, 1973). 

u. Clipping.  "Albert see `Reality' About Impeachment."  Dallas Morning News.  Re:  Albert's opinions on impeachment and Richard Nixon.  (November 18, 1973). 

v. Clipping.  "Happiness Is Not Being Vice President's Wife" by Isabelle Shelton.  Re:  Mary Albert and confirmation of Gerald Ford.  (November 25, 1973). 

w. Clipping, "If We Had a Choice," Norman Transcript (November 8, 1973).

F 40: Albert, Carl (December 1973).

a. Correspondence with typescript essay.  "Recollections of My Early Life" by Carl Albert.  Re:  Albert's youth.  Includes biographical sketch.  Correspondents include Oklahoma Historical Society.

b. Article.  "Running From the Presidency."  New York Times Magazine.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency, Richard Nixon, impeachment, Watergate, Spiro Agnew, analysis of Albert's abilities as Speaker, and biographical sketch.  (December 9, 1973). 

c. Clipping.  "Albert's Work for Nation's Stability."  San Mateo Times.  Re:  Albert's ability as Speaker.  (December 17, 1973). 

d. Clipping.  "Carl Albert's Only No. 3 Again...Unless, Of Course, His House Decides to Impeach Nixon" by Robert Sherrill.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency.   

F 41: Albert, Carl (1973).

Correspondence.  Re:  various topics, including personal letters and requests for information about Albert.

F 42: Albert, Carl (1973).

a. Clipping.  "For Carl Albert:  A Time of Uncertainty" by Marquis Childs.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency, impeachment, and Richard Nixon.   

b. Clipping.  "Albert and Mansfield:  They're Losing Patience with Mr. Nixon."  Washington Post.  Re:  Albert, Mike Mansfield, and the Nixon administration.  (January 21, 1973). 

c. Clipping.  "Albert Plans to Run Again."  Oklahoma Journal.  Re:  Albert's rumored retirement.  (October 28, 1973). 

d. Clipping.  "President Carl Albert" by Bob Kuttner.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency. 

e. Transcript.  Re:  Albert discusses what it is like to be next in line to the Presidency.

f. Program.  Re:  4-H Alumni function honoring Albert as 1973 National Alumni Winner.  Albert featured speaker.  Includes sketch of Albert on program.

g. Magazine.  Teachers Guide to Television.  Re:  short essays by members of the House of Representatives and Senate about experiences or people who influenced them and their experiences and advice as a public servant.  Includes biographical material and photos of:  Shirley Chisholm, Albert Quie, Hugh Scott, Carl Albert, Orval Hansen, Jacob Javits, John Brademas, Robert Taft, Jr., Harrison Williams, Jr., Bob Packwood, Alan Cranston, Hugh Scott, Mike Mansfield, George Mahon, Herman Badillo, John Dellenback, Jerry Pettis, and John Pastore.  (Spring, 1973). 

h. Bumper sticker.  "Carl Albert in '73."

i. Clipping.  "House Speaker Urges Restraint on Vetoes."  Re:  editorial by Carl Albert about Nixon's liberal use of the veto.   

j. Questionnaire.  Re:  Albert's youth.

k. Excerpt.  Congressional Record.  Re:  index.  (January 3, 1973 to December 22, 1973).

F 43: Albert, Carl (January 1974).

a. Correspondence with typescript essay.  Re:  Albert's youth and proposed monument at Albert's birthplace.  Correspondents include Oklahoma Historical Society.

b. Correspondence.  Re:  Albert's prayer at the 1974 National Prayer Breakfast.  Correspondents include William Jennings Bryan Dorn.

c. Newspaper page.  "Mrs. Albert Glad Carl Not President" and "Albert Portrait Ready."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency, Mary Albert, and Charles Banks Wilson's portrait of Albert.  (January 10, 1974). 

d. Clippings.  Re:  photos of Albert with Joe Wood and Joe Foote in Ardmore.  (January 9, 10, 1974). 

e. Clipping.  "Clem Ponders Race for Governor."  Oklahoma Journal.  Re:  Clem McSpadden and Governor's race.  (January 11, 1974). 

f. Clipping.  "Impeachment Views Aired:  Albert Says Full Investigation Necessary."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  Albert, Watergate, impeachment, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and Spiro Agnew.  (January 18, 1974). 

g. Newspaper page.  "Albert Recounting Events Surrounding Agnew Fall."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert and resignation of Spiro Agnew.  (January 18, 1974). 

h. Newspaper page.  "Albert Says He Early Suggested Ford as VP."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Albert and confirmation of Gerald Ford.  (January 18, 1974). 

i. Clipping.  "Speaker Related Dramatic Months."  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency, Spiro Agnew, Gerald Ford, impeachment, and Watergate.  (January 21, 1974).

j. Clipping.  "White House Meeting."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  photo of Albert meeting with Richard Nixon.  (January 22, 1974). 

k. Clipping.  "Albert Works for Stability."  Oklahoma Journal.  Re:  Albert, Watergate, Richard Nixon, and Gerald Ford.  Includes biographical sketch of Albert.  (January 28, 1974). 

l. Speech by Carl Albert for the Washington Press Club.  Re:  humorous look at various political issues like Watergate.  (January 29, 1974).

m. Correspondence with clippings.  "Word of Thanks" and "Carl Albert Unsung Hero."  Hartshorne Sun.  Re:  appreciation of Albert.  (December 27, 1973). 

n. Clipping.  "Carl's Wife Relieved."  Oklahoma Journal.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency and Mary Albert.  (January 10, 1976). 

o. Correspondence with Clipping.  "Acclaim for Albert."  McCurtain Gazette.  Re: Albert, Watergate, and resignation of Spiro Agnew.  (December 27, 1973). 

p. Clippings on Albert family.

F 44: Albert, Carl (February 1974).

a. Clipping.  "Dashner Hired to Pump Up LINK."  McAlester Sunday News-Capital.  Re:  Bill Dashner.  (February 3, 1974). 

b. Correspondence with Clipping.  "Big Lines by Little Man From Bug Tussle."  Houston Post.  Re:  humorous speech by Carl Albert presented to the Washington Press Club.  (February 10, 1974).   

c. Correspondence.  "4-H Honors Carl Albert For Service."  Oklahoma Journal.  Re:  Albert present the 4-H Alumni Recognition Award.  (February 8, 1974).   

d. Draft of article by Carl Albert for the Chronicles of Oklahoma.  "Recollections of My Early Life."  Re:  Albert's youth. 

e. Clipping, "Big Politicians Speared by Carl Albert, Bug Tussle's Little Giant," Tulsa Daily World, re: humorous speech by Albert presented at the Washington Press Club (February 10, 1974).

f. Clipping, "Teen-Age Son of Carl Albert Eying Father's Seat in House," Tulsa World (February 10, 1974).

F 45: Albert, Carl (March 1974).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  Albert's experiences at Oxford.

b. Correspondence.  Re:  announcement of the 1974 Carl Albert Award winner, Katherine Henton.

c. Correspondence including questionnaire.  Re:  Albert's youth.

d. Clipping.  "Albert Award Goes to Coed."  Oklahoma Journal.  Re:  Carl Albert Award winner, Katherine Henton.  Includes photo of Albert, Dean Paige E. Mulhollan, and Katherine Henton.  (March 16, 1974). 

e. Clipping.  "Albert's Strategy:  Restraint."  San Francisco Examiner.  Re:  Albert, Richard Nixon, and Impeachment.  (March 26, 1974). 

f. Correspondence with clipping.  Re:  Albert presented 4-H Alumni Recognition Award and Indian Health Service.  Includes photo of Albert.  (Correspondents include Sula Goodman).

g. Pamphlet.  "Three Critical Decisions:  The Most Dramatic Events of My Life" by Carl Albert."  Re:  resignation of Spiro Agnew, 25th Amendment, Richard Nixon, impeachment, and confirmation of Gerald Ford.  Speech given at the Carl Albert Lecture Series at Oklahoma State University.  (January 17, 1974). 

h. Proposal.  Re:  proposed Carl Albert Cultural Interpretation Center at Bugtussle Schoolhouse.  (March 13, 1974).

i. Newsletter.  Oklahoma Historical Society.  Mistletoe Leaves.  Re:  dedication of a granite stone marking the location of the birthplace of Albert.  (March, 1974).

j. Clipping.  "Speaker Not Trying to Push Impeachment."  Oklahoma Daily.  Re:  Albert, Richard Nixon, impeachment, Watergate, and Carl Albert Award.  (March 16, 1973). 

k. Clipping.  "President's Remark Irks Albert."  Re:  Albert, Watergate, and Richard Nixon.  (March 26, 1974). 

l. Clippings on Albert family.

m. Clipping.  Re:  photo of Carl Albert, Katherine Henton, and Dr. Paige E. Mulhollan.   

F 46: Albert, Carl (April 1974).

a. Clipping.  "Critical Article Spurs Defense of Albert Leadership."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert's leadership abilities in the House and Richard Bolling.  (April 2, 1974). 

b. Clippings.  "Albert Statement I and II."  Norman Transcript.  Re:  U.S. economic problems and the Nixon Administration.  (April 15, 1974). 

c. Address of Carl Albert before the Oklahoma Historical Society.  Re:  history of the coal industry in Oklahoma and Albert's youth.  (April 26, 1974). 

d. Clipping.  "Albert Recounts Coalfield Tales."  Oklahoma Journal.  Re:  history of the coal industry in Oklahoma and Albert's youth.  (April 27, 1974). 

e. Clipping.  "40 Years Ago in Seminole."  Seminole Producer.  Re:  column by John Virden from April 5, 1934 about Albert at Oxford.  (April 5, 1974). 

f. Remarks by Carl Albert.  Congressional Record - House.  Re:  achievements of the 93rd Congress, cattle prices, mental health centers, and Railroad Retirement system.  (1974).

F 47: Albert, Carl (May 1974).

a. Newsletter with clipping.  "Carl Albert's Opinions" by Nola Helen Sturgis.  Re:  cost of redecorating the Speaker's rooms.

b. Clipping.  "Sulphur, Davis Are Lauded By Speaker Albert."  Sulphur Times Democrat.  Re:  Sulphur and Davis, Oklahoma were honored at State-Wide Community Achievement Contest.  Albert sent congratulatory letter.  (May 2, 1974).

c. Clipping.  "Speaker Carl Albert Carl Albert JC Speaker."  LeFlore County Sun.  Re:  Albert, speaker at Carl Albert Junior College Commencement.  (May 12, 1974). 

d. Correspondence with program from the Thirty-ninth Annual Commencement at the University of Oklahoma.  Re:  Albert presented a Letzeiser Medal.  (June 9, 1931).

F 48: Albert, Carl (June 1974).

a. Clipping.  "A Capitol Salute for Aaron."  Washington Star-News.  Re:  Henry Aaron honored at Flag Day ceremony in the House of Representatives.  Includes photo of Albert with Henry Aaron and his wife, Billye.  (June 16, 1974). 

b. Correspondence with Clipping.  "Speechless Sibley Plays It Cool as He Meets His Idol."  Washington Star-News.  Re:  Henry Aaron.  Includes photo of Aaron.

c. Correspondence with newspaper page.  Tulsa Sunday World.  Re:  portrait of Albert by Charles Banks Wilson.  (June 16, 1974). 

d. Newspaper page.  'White House Scores News Leak Again."  Washington Post.  Re:  Richard Nixon and Albert.  Includes photo of Albert with Richard Nixon.  (June 21, 1974). 

e. Transcript from a press conference.  Re:  Albert presented valuable coin signed by Carl Albert, former King of Sardinia (1832-1839) and impeachment.  (June 25, 1974).

F 49: Albert, Carl (July 1974).

a. Correspondence with press release.  Re:  visit of Reverend and Mrs. Kenneth Best of Ireland to Albert's office.  Includes photo of visit.  (July 10, 1974). 

b. Correspondence with Clipping.  "Steed and Albert."  Sunday Constitution.  Re:  appreciation of Tom Steed and Carl Albert.  (July 7, 1974). 

c. Correspondence with photo.  Re:  ground-breaking ceremony for the Multi-Purpose Recreation Facility in McAlester, Oklahoma.

F 50: Albert, Carl (August 1974).

a. Clipping.  "Ashen Albert Says Nixon Not Bitter."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  resignation of Richard Nixon and Carl Albert.  Includes photo of Albert.  (August 14, 1974). 

b. Correspondence with newspaper page.  "Right on Target:  Oklahoma Solons Praise President's Talk."  Re:  photo of Albert with Ford and Watergate.  Tulsa Tribune.  (August 13, 1974). 

c. Correspondence with cartoon.  Fort Worth Star-Telegram.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency.  (August 15, 1974). 

d. Clipping.  "Albert for Vice President."  New York Times.  (August 20, 1974). 

e. Clipping.  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  photo of Albert holding a framed excerpt of a speech by Gerald Ford.  (September 22, 1974). 

f. Correspondence with Clipping.  "Health Group Plans Workshop at Vo-Tech" and "Features and Facts."  Re:  Carl Albert Mental Health Center, Carl Albert and Bug Tussle. Kiamichi Magazine.  (August 25, 1974).

g. Excerpts from Clippings.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency. 

F 51: Albert, Carl (September 1974).

a. Newspaper page.  "Pension Reform Bill."  AFL-CIO News.  Re:  photo of Gerald Ford, Carl Albert, George Meany and others at the signing of the Pension Reform Bill.  (September 7, 1974).

b. Clipping.  "Little Giant, Big Gavel."  Pauls Valley Democrat.  Re:  photo of Albert with gavel made for him by Jim Morphew of Maysville, Oklahoma.  (September 10, 1974). 

c. Clipping.  "Albert on Nixon."  Lawton Constitution.  Re:  photo of Albert discussing Richard Nixon's pardon by Gerald Ford.  (September 11, 1974). 

d. Questionnaire.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency. 

e. Press release with articles.  Re:  biographical information on sculptress, Fredda Brilliant, and bronze bust of Carl Albert.  Includes photos of Brilliant and her work.

f. Correspondence with clippings.  "Albert Says Ford May Get Backlash."  Tulsa Daily World.  "Carl Albert Critical of Amnesty, Pardon."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Gerald Ford, pardon of Richard Nixon, and amnesty for war resisters.  (September 11,10, 1974). 

g. Clipping.  "The Bronzed Image of Speaker Albert."  Houston Post.  Re:  bronze bust of Albert by Fredda Brilliant at St. Peters College, Oxford.  (September 14, 1974).

h. Correspondence with Clipping.  "Albert Sparkles at Party for Gross."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  retirement of H. R. Gross and Carl Albert. 

i. Correspondence.  Re:  Albert's feeling on being next in line to the Presidency.

j. Clipping.  "Awesome for Albert."  Indianapolis Star.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency.  (September 29, 1974). 

k. Excerpt from On the Hill.  Re:  photo of Albert with Capitol Hill engineer, Danny Brechner.  (September, 1974).

l. Clipping photos of David Albert and string of bass, Hugo Daily News (September 12, 1974 and n.d.)

F 52: Albert, Carl (October 1974).

a. Transcript.  "Meet the Member" by Joseph McCaffrey.  Re:  Carl Albert's accomplishments as Speaker.  (October 1, 1974).

b. Clipping.  "Economic Message."  Fort Worth Star-Telegram.  Re:  photo of Albert, Gerald Ford, and James Eastland during Ford's economic message to a joint session of Congress.  (October 9, 1974). 

c. Address of Carl Albert.  Re:  Paul Simon, Gerald Ford's economic and farm policies, and 1974 Campaign.  (October 18, 1974).

d. Correspondence with clipping.  "Albert Featured on Capitol Broadcast."  McAlester Democrat.  Re:  Albert featured on "Meet the Member," hosted by Joseph McCaffrey.  (October 16, 1974). 

e. Correspondence with clipping.  "Citizenship is Serious Business."  Daily Ardmoreite.  Re:  Albert's accomplishments as Speaker.  (October 16, 1974). 

f. Correspondence with clipping.  "His Record Is Good."  Madill Record.  Re:  Albert's accomplishments as Speaker.  (October 17, 1974). 

g. Clipping.  "Albert Stumps for Demos."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  1974 Campaign, confirmation of Nelson Rockefeller, and Gerald Ford's economic policies.  Includes photo of Albert, Ed Edmondson, and David Boren.  (October 25, 1974). 

h. Clipping.  "Denounces Ford Tactics."  Monitor (McAllen, Texas).  Re:  photo of Albert with Ed Edmondson, and David Boren.  (October 25, 1974).

i. Clipping.  "Albert Leads `Team' Through Little Dixie."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Albert and 1974 Campaign.  Includes photo of Albert with his wife, Mary.  (October 26, 1974).

F 53: Albert, Carl (November 1974).

a. Correspondence with Clipping.  "No. 2 Man in U.S. Still Has Coal Camp Scar."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  Albert and 1974 Campaign.  Includes photos of Albert.  (November 6, 1974). 

b. Correspondence with Clipping.  "Speaker Carl Albert Right on Right Issues."  Talihina American.  Re:  Albert's accomplishments as Speaker.  (October 23, 1974). 

c. Correspondence with Clipping.  "A Heart Beat Away, Yet a Credit to All."  Coalgate Record-Register.  Re:  Albert's accomplishments as Speaker.  (November 7, 1974). 

d. Correspondence with original of article by John Hall.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency, his accomplishments, and Ford administration.  (November 6, 1974).

e. Article.  "Carl Albert Doesn't Want to be President, But He's Next in Line."  People Weekly Magazine.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency and biographical sketch of Betty Ford.  Includes photos of Carl, Mary, and Mary Frances Albert.  (November 18, 1974). 

f. Clipping.  "Albert Favors a Stronger Role for Newer House Members and the Dilution of Ways and Means Panel."  New York Times.  Re:  Congressional reforms.  (November 22, 1974). 

g. Correspondence with newspaper page.  "Little Giant in Little Dixie."  Ada Sunday News.  Re:  1974 Campaign.  (November 22, 1974). 

h. Clipping.  "Albert Asserting Leadership Role."  Sunday Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert's ability as Speaker.  (November 24, 1974). 

i. Clipping.  "Carl Albert, Ford 'Understudy,' Always Followed by Agents."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  Albert next in line to the Presidency and Gerald Ford.  Includes photos of Carl Albert, Gerald Ford, and Mike Mansfield.  (November 27, 1974). 

j. Magazine.  "Tribute to a Legend:  Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune."  Concern.  Re:  Mary McLeod Bethune Memorial.  Includes remarks by Carl Albert and Gerald Ford and photos of Carl Albert, Shirley Chisholm, and Gerald Ford.  (November 1974).

k. Clipping, "Albert 'Not Afraid'," Lincoln Sunday Journal and Star, re: Albert next in line to presidency (November 24, 1974).

F 54: Albert, Carl (December 1974).

a. Clipping.  "Albert's Credentials 'Stack Up.'"  Norman Transcript.  Re:  Gerald Ford, Congressional junkets, and Albert's ability as Speaker.  (December 1, 1974). 

b. Article.  "The Succession:  Good Soldier."  Newsweek.  Re:  Albert's ability as Speaker.  Includes photo and biographical sketch.  (December 2, 1974). 

c. Clipping.  "Mills Will Probably Lose Panel Post, Albert Says."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  Albert and Wilbur Mills.  (December 4, 1974).

d. Correspondence with Clippings.  Tulsa Daily World and Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  photos of Albert with his wife, Ed Edmondson, and David Boren, and at a University of Oklahoma football game.  (October 26, 28, 1974). 

e. Remarks of Carl Albert.  Re:  current economic problems faced by the United States.  (December 6, 1974).

f. Newspaper.  "Sweeping Demo Plan Unveiled by Albert" and "Cheering for Albert Led by Sooner Band."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  a Democratic program for the economy. 

g. Statement by Carl Albert.  Re:  a Democrat program for the economy.  (December 11, 1974).

h. Clipping.  "Winds of Change Whip House Power Structure."  Roll Call.  Re:  Congressional reforms.  Includes photo of Albert, Jim Molley, and Phil Burton.  (December 12, 1974). 

i. Correspondence with clipping.  Norman Transcript.  Re:  photo of Albert at University of Oklahoma football game.  (October 27, 1974). 

j. Clipping, "Speaker Albert Given Broad New Powers in House Shakeup," Sunday Oklahoman, re: Albert as Speaker and congressional reforms (December 8, 1974).

F 55: Albert, Carl (1974).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  various topics, including Betty Ford's hospitalization and Carl Albert, winner of the National 4-H Alumni Award.  Correspondents include Jamie L. Whitten and Gerald R. Ford.

b. Newspaper clipping.  Dallas Morning News.  Re:  photo of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aaron with Carl Albert.  (June 14, 1974).

F 56: Albert, Carl (February-July 1974).

a. Clipping.  Southwest Times Record.  Re:  photos of Albert with his wife, Mary at birthday party and Mary, Mary Frances, Carl, and David Albert standing in front of the portrait of Albert by Charles Banks Wilson.  (May 12, 1974). 

b. Clipping.  "Visit With Speaker."  Re:  photo of Albert with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aaron.   

c. Newspaper page.  "Carl Albert Graduates Hear Namesake Friday" and "Speaker Albert Present Eagle Scout Award to Fred Hardesty."  LeFlore County Sun.  Re:  Carl Albert Junior College.  (May 19, 1974). 

d. Clipping.  "Big Politicians Are Speared by Bug Tussle's Little Giant."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Albert's speech at the Washington Press Club Dinner.  (February 3, 1974). 

e. Clipping.  "House Speaker Honored."  Southwest Times Record.  Re:  photo of Albert with Gerald Ford, John Rhodes, and Thomas O'Neill at the National 4-H Alumni Award Breakfast.  (February 8, 1974). 

f. Clipping.  "After Meeting With President."  Southwest Times Record.  Re:  photo of Albert with Thomas O'Neill after meeting with Richard Nixon.  (June 21, 1974). 

g. Clipping.  "Albert Presents Award to Students."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Carl Albert Valedictory Award at McAlester High School.  (May 18, 1974). 

h. Clipping.  "Mrs. Albert Rescued From Fiery Apartment."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  fire in the Alberts' apartment.  Includes photo of Mary Albert.  (May 15, 1974). 

F 57: Albert, Carl (1974).

a. Article.  "Speaker Albert Receives Alumni Award."  N.C. Comments.  Re:  Albert winner of the National 4-H Alumni Ward.  Includes photo of Albert with Gerald Ford.  (Spring, 1974).

b. Clipping.  "Mr. House Speaker."  Re:  photo of Albert beside a bronze bust of himself sculpted by Fredda Brilliant.   

c. Clipping.  Re:  photo of Albert at Ford's address to a joint session of Congress about a tax increase.   

d. Clipping.  "Energy Problems Top Watergate, Albert Says."  Re:  Albert and energy crisis.   

e. Article.  "Anatomy of a Scandal:  the Milk Fund."  Reader's Digest.  Re:  impact of the Milk lobby on Congress.  (November, 1974). 

f. Clipping.  "The Speaker."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  photo of Carl Albert at 1974 Democratic Mid-Term Conference in Kansas City, Missouri.

g. Clipping.  Re:  photo of Carl Albert.   

h. Clipping.  "Solon's Portrait."  Re:  photo of Albert with Charles Banks Wilson in front of Albert portrait. 

i. Clipping, "Page One," re: Albert as student at University of Oklahoma.

F 58: Albert, Carl (January 1975).

a. Article.  "The Economy:  Trying to Turn It Around."  Time.  Re:  Ford administration and its economic and energy programs.  Includes photo of Gerald Ford, Carl Albert, and Al Ullman.  (January 20, 1975).

b. Article.  "The 94th Congress:  Younger, Restless, More 'Liberal.'"  U.S. News & World Report.  Re:  composition of the 94th Congress and liberal Democrats in Congress, (January 20, 1975).

c. Clipping.  "Albert Says Ford Tax Cut Would Aid Rich."  Tulsa Sunday World.  Re:  Albert, Gerald Ford, 1974 tax rebate, and energy tax.  (January 21, 1975). 

d. Clipping.  "Albert Says Ford Plan Helps Rich, Hurts Poor."  Daily Enterprise.  Re:  Albert, Gerald Ford, 1974 tax rebate, and energy tax.  (January 21, 1975). 

e. Clipping.  "Democrats Say They Can Top Ford's Plan."  Fort Worth Star-Telegram.  Re:  Albert, Congressional Democrats, and Gerald Ford's energy and tax plans.  (January 21, 1975). 

f. Clipping.  "Albert Replies to Ford Policy."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert, Gerald Ford, 1974 tax rebate, and energy tax.  (January 21, 1975). 

g. Clipping.  "Albert Uncertain About '76 Race."  Oklahoma City Times.  Re:  Albert's possible retirement in 1976.  (January 22, 1975). 

h. Clipping.  "Enter Doctor Democrat."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  (January 22, 1975). 

i. Clipping.  "Albert Plans Last Campaign."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert's possible retirement in 1978.  (January 23, 1975). 

j. Clipping.  "Albert's Challenge."  Norman Transcript.  Re:  Albert's ability as Speaker.  (January 9, 1975).

k. Clipping.  "Albert's Reforms 'Misses Point'."  Norman Transcript.  Re:  Albert and Congressional reforms.  (January 26, 1975).

l. Magazine.  "Ford's Risky Plan Against Slumpflation" and "A Whiff of Rebellion in the 94th."   Time.  Re:  Ford administration and its economic and energy programs, Carl Albert, 94th Congress, and Congressional reforms.  Includes cartoons of Carl Albert and Gerald Ford.  (January 27, 1975).

m. Correspondence with Clipping.  "Voting Over."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  photo of Albert with Phillip Burton , Frank Thompson, and Wayne Hays after the vote for the chairmanship of the House Administration Committee.  (January 23, 1975). 

n. Article.  "Health Insurance Passage Predicted for Next June."  International Teamster.  Re:  Carl Albert and a national health insurance program.  (January 1975).

F 59: Albert, Carl (February 1975).

a. Clipping.  "Speaker Albert Merits `Bravo'."  Cushing Citizen.  Re:  redecoration of the Speaker's office.  (February 9, 1975). 

b. Article.  "Seeking to Head Off a Policy Collision."  Time.  Re:  Ford administration and its economic and energy program and the 94th Congress.  Includes cartoons of Gerald Ford.  (February 10, 1975).

c. Clipping.  "Albert's Secretary Charged with Mail, Wire Fraud."  McAlester Democrat.  Re:  indictment of Joe Ben Champion and Albert's secretary, Pauline Girvin.  (February 22, 1975). 

d. Clipping.  "Albert Aide Lawyer Charged With Fraud."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  indictment of Joe Ben Champion and Albert's secretary, Pauline Girvin.  Includes photo of Champion with his wife..  (February 22, 1975). 

e. Clipping.  "Indicted Lawyer Ill, Medic Says."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  indictment of Joe Ben Champion and Albert's secretary, Pauline Girvin.  Includes photo of Champion.  (February 22, 1975). 

f. Clipping.  "Albert's Clerk, Texas Lawyer Indicted in Influence Scheme."  Washington Post.  Re:  indictment of Joe Ben Champion and Albert's secretary, Pauline Girvin.  (February 22, 1975). 

g. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Secretary Indicted."  St Louis Globe-Democrat.  Re:  indictment of Joe Ben Champion and Albert's secretary, Pauline Girvin.  (February 22-23, 1975).   

h. Clipping.  "Boren Plan Supported By Albert."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  Albert and David Boren's energy plan.  (February 23, 1975). 

i. Clipping.  "Indictment of Albert Aide Political?"  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  indictment of Albert's secretary, Pauline Girvin.  (February 26, 1975). 

j. Clipping.  "House Speaker's Secretary Pleads Innocent to Charges.  Re:  indictment of Joe Ben Champion and Albert's secretary, Pauline Girvin.   

k. Clipping.  "Albert Employe Indicted."  Re:  indictment of Joe Ben Champion and Albert's secretary, Pauline Girvin.   

l. Correspondence.  Re:  Albert's experiences at Oxford.  (February, 1975).

F 60: Albert, Carl (March 1975).

a. Clipping.  "Leadership:  In the House No Longer Order-Giving."  New York Times.  Re:  Democratic leadership in the House.  Includes photos of Carl Albert, Thomas P. O'Neill, and Philip Burton.  (March 2, 1975). 

b. Clipping.  "Albert Aide's Plea Innocent."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  indictment of Joe Ben Champion and Albert's secretary, Pauline Girvin.  (March 8, 1975).

c. Clipping.  "Pauline Girvin Expects to Resume Her Position."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  indictment of Joe Ben Champion and Albert's secretary, Pauline Girvin.  (March 9, 1975). 

d. Correspondence with clipping.  "Albert's Opportunity."  Tulsa Sunday World.  Re:  Albert leadership needed to guide Congress.  (March 16, 1975). 

F 61: Albert, Carl (April 1975).

a. Clipping.  "U.S. Leaders in Peking."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  photo of Albert with Vice Premier Teng Hsiaoping of the People's Republic of China, John Rhodes, and George Bush.  (April 1, 1975). 

b. Clipping.  "Hardy's Oklahoma."  Re:  Albert's possible retirement.  (April 24, 1975).  (ns). 

c. Clipping.  "State Women Find Trip to China Exciting."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  experiences of Albert's staff on their Congressional trip to China.  (April 24, 1975). 

d. Clipping.  "Rothbaum Visits Old Pal Albert."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Julian Rothbaum and his friendship with Albert.  (April 27, 1975). 

e. Clipping.  Re:  photo of Julian K. Rothbaum with Lisa Ann Farrell, recipient of the 1975 Carl Albert Award. 

F 62: Albert, Carl (May 1975).

a. Clipping.  "Albert Fills In for Missing Speaker."  Sunday Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert speech at the Little Dixie and Funn Country Association Banquet in place of Daniel K. Inouye and Jim Hartz.  (May 4, 1975). 

b. Clipping.  "Oklahomans Hear Albert Highlight Tourism Confab."  Sherman Democrat.  Re:  Albert speech at the Little Dixie and Funn Country Association Banquet in place of Daniel K. Inouye and Jim Hartz.  Includes photo of Albert.  (May 4, 1975). 

c. Clipping.  "Carl Albert May Retire."  Duncan Banner.  Re:  Albert's possible retirement.  (May 11, 1975). 

d. Clipping.  "Lobby Restoration Not Albert's Fault."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  restoration of the Speaker's lobby.  (May 11, 1975). 

e. Excerpt from "Walter Scott's Personality Parade."  Parade:  Sunday Newspaper Magazine.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  Includes photo of Albert.  (May 18, 1975). 

f. Typescript essay.  "My Congressman and His Job" by Nancy Jensen.  Re:  biographical sketch, description of responsibilities of the Speaker's three offices, explanation of the duties of the Speaker, and gives a personal impression of the author's work as an intern in Albert's office.  Includes bibliography, quotes by and about Albert and Third District Congressional Results, 1946-1972.  (May 23, 1975).

g. Clipping. "Problem Drinkers Abound in D.C."  Re:  Albert's alleged drinking problem.  (May 1975). 

F 63: Albert, Carl (June 1975).

a. Clipping.  "Albert's Former Secretary Takes Another Job."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Pauline Girvin.  (June 1, 1975). 

b. Clipping.  "A Funny Thing Happened to the Veto-Proof House."  Washington Evening Star.  Re:  vetoed legislation of the 94th Congress and failure of Democratic leadership in the House.  (June 6, 1975). 

c. Clipping.  "Albert As Leader:  'Gentle, Not Weak.'"  From Tucson, Arizona paper.  Re:  Albert's ability as Speaker.  (June 8, 1975). 

d. Clipping.  "Albert Rival Glorified in Book About Watergate."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Albert, Thomas O'Neill, and How the Good Guys Finally Won by Jimmy Breslin.  (June 12, 1975). 

e. Clipping.  "House Freshmen Threaten Move to Oust Albert."  Washington Star.  Re:  Albert and Democratic freshmen members of Congress.  (June 13, 1975). 

f. Clipping.  "The `Dump Albert' Target Date:  End of the 94th Congress."  Washington Star.  Re:  Albert's ability as Speaker, 94th Congress, and the Democratic freshmen members of Congress.  (June 14, 1975). 

g. Clipping.  "Howdy."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  photo of Albert with Israeli Prime Minister, Yitzhak Rabin and Thomas Morgan.  (June 14, 1975).

h. Correspondence with newspaper.  "Albert's Day Frustrating Exhausting."  Sunday Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  (June 15, 1975). 

i. Article.  "The Veto Sticks."  Time.  Re:  vetoed legislation of the 94th Congress and Democrats' Anti-Recession Bill.  (June 16, 1975).   

j. Clipping.  "Carl Albert's Head."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  Albert and Democratic freshmen members of Congress.  (June 16, 1975).

k. Press release.  Re:  Albert publicly stated that the United States would react to any North Korean Aggression on South Korea.  (June 18, 1975).

l. Press releases.  Re:  Albert and Democratic freshmen members of Congress.  (June 18 and 19, 1975). 

m. Cartoon.  Courier-Journal.  Re:  Albert and Democratic freshmen members of Congress.  (June 19, 1975). 

n. Correspondence with Clipping.  "Albert....Still Winner."  Hughes County Times.  Re:  Albert and Democratic freshmen members of Congress.  (June 16, 1975). 

o. Clipping.  "House Freshmen Mull Move to Oust Albert."  Rocky Mountain News.  Re:  Albert and Democratic freshmen members of Congress.  (June 16, 1975). 

p. Clipping.  "House Looking Unraveled."  Houston Chronicle.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  (June 18, 1975). 

q. Clipping.  "Demos Squelch Talk of Ouster."  Southwest Times Record.  Re:  Albert and Democratic freshman members of Congress.  (June 18, 1975). 

r. Clipping.  "Albert, Freshmen Mend Fences."  Washington Star.  Re:  Albert and Democratic freshman members of Congress.  (June 19, 1975). 

s. Clipping.  "Anti-Albert Move Not Caucus Issue."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Albert and Democratic freshmen members of Congress.  Includes photo of Albert.  (June 16, 1975). 

t. Clipping.  "Speakers and Bouncers."  Washington Star.  Re:  Albert and Democratic freshmen members of Congress.  (June 20, 1975). 

u. Memo from Sue Waldron.  Re:  Ford's veto of various Congressional legislation.  (June 20, 1975).

v. Clipping.  "No Threat To Albert."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  (June 20, 1975). 

w. Clipping.  "Albert Claims Press Stirring Up Dissension."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Albert and Democratic freshmen members of Congress.  (June 20, 1975). 

x. Clipping.  "Leadership, Then and Now."  Duncan Banner.  Re:  Albert's leadership abilities.  (June 22, 1975). 

y. Clipping.  "Albert Asks Demos For Campaign Plans."  Duncan Banner.  Re:  Democratic campaign platforms for 1976 election.  (June 22, 1975). 

z. Clipping.  "Albert Pushes for Democrat Prexy Platform."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Albert and 1976 Democratic presidential campaign platform.  (June 22, 1975). 

aa. Clipping.  "Coal Miners Mull Albert's Compromise to End Strike."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Albert's attempts to end coal strike in Southeastern Oklahoma.  (June 22, 1975). 

bb. Clipping.  "Albert's Efforts Fail to End Coal Strike."  Duncan Banner.  Re:  Albert's attempts to end a coal strike in Southeastern Oklahoma.  (June 23, 1975). 

cc. Clipping.  "Risenhoover Says Albert's Job Safe."  Re:  Ted Risenhoover and Albert as Speaker.   

dd. Clipping.  "Speaker Earns `Patsy' Label."  San Diego ?.  Re:  Albert's ability as Speaker.  (June 25, 1975). 

ee. Clipping.  "At 23, Skip Stephens Has Really Been Around."  Duncan Banner.  Re:  Albert staff member, Skip Stephens.  (June 29, 1975). 

ff. Clipping.  "Albert Claims Flareup Among Demos Is Over."  Re:  Albert's possible retirement and Democratic freshmen members of Congress.   

gg. Clipping.  "Albert Seeks Party Platform."  Re:  Albert and 1976 Democratic presidential campaign platform.   

hh. Clipping.  "Albert Suggests Mine Strike Plan."  Re:  Albert's attempts to end a coal strike in Southeastern Oklahoma.  (June, 1975). 

ii. Clipping.  "Freshmen Eye Ouster of Albert."  Re:  Albert and Democratic freshmen members of Congress.   

jj. Clipping.  "Albert Discusses Platform."  Re:  Albert and 1976 Democratic presidential campaign platform.   

F 64: Albert, Carl (July 1975).

a. Clipping.  "Speaker Obvious."  Daily Ardmoreite.  Re:  Democratic legislation and 94th Congress.  (July 2, 1975). 

b. Clipping.  "Albert Denies Plan to Retire."  Oklahoma Journal.  Re:  Albert's possible retirement.  (July 6, 1975). 

c. Clipping.  "Speaker Albert Eyes Retirement Next Year."  Durant Daily Democrat.  Re:  Albert's possible retirement.  (July 6, 1975). 

d. Clipping.  "Ada Church Is Scene For Kitchens-Kennedy Ceremony."  Ada Sunday News.  Re:  marriage of Albert staffer, Tamara Kitchens.  Albert gave bride away.  (July 6, 1975). 

e. Clipping.  "Albert Could Start Stampede."  Tulsa Sunday World.  Re:  Albert's possible retirement.  (July 13, 1975). 

f. Clipping.  "Albert Ired by Leaking Roof."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  roof leak in Albert's apartment.  (July 14, 1975). 

g. Article.  "The Democrats:  Ready to Think Smaller."  Time.  Re:  94th Congress, Democratic leadership and legislation, Gerald Ford's veto power, and Democratic freshmen members of Congress.  Includes photos and information on Elliot Levitas, Paul Tsongas, Robert Carr, and Norman Mineta.  (July 14, 1975).

h. Clipping.  "Congressman's Ceiling All Wet."  Columbia Record.  Re:  photo of Carl and David Albert fixing roof leak in their apartment.  (July 15, 1975). 

i. Clipping.  "Steed Says Carl Albert Would Like Another Term."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Albert's possible retirement.  (July 20, 1975). 

j. Correspondence and printed material.  Re:  Albert chosen for biographical list in Community Leaders and Noteworthy American, 1975-76.

k. Report by Carl Albert and John Rhodes.  "China:  One Step Further Toward Normalization."  Re:  U.S. foreign relations and policy with the Republic of China.  (July, 1975).

l. Clipping.  "People."  St. Louis Post-Dispatch(?).  Re:  leak in Albert's apartment.

F 65: Albert, Carl (August 1975).

a. Clipping.  Duncan Banner.  Re:  photo of Albert with member of his staff, Skip Stephens.  (August 11, 1975).

b. Clipping.  "Hill Delegation Moved by Pleas of Moscow Jews."  Washington Star.  Re:  Albert's trip to the Soviet Union and treatment of Soviet Jews.  Includes photo of Carl and Mary Albert.  (August 11, 1975). 

c. Clipping.  "19 Congressmen Meet Brezhnev."  Baltimore Sun.  Re:  Albert' trip to Eastern Europe.  Includes photo of Albert at a collective farm in Simferopol, Russia.  (August 15, 1975). 

d. Clipping.  "A Democratic Alternative."  New York Times.  Re:  Albert as Speaker.  (August 17, 1975). 

e. Clipping.  "A Party With Plans."  Berkshire Eagle.  Re:  Democratic party, 94th Congress, and 1976 campaign.  (August 19, 1975). 

f. Clipping.  "Yugoslav Figure Talks to Albert."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Albert and Yugoslav Prime Minister, Dzemal Bijedic.  (August 24, 1975). 

g. Clipping.  "Big Plans for Bugtussle."  McAlester News-Capital.  Re:  proposed Carl Albert Cultural Interpretation Center.  (August 25, 1975). 

h. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Due Honor At Bugtussle."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Carl Albert Cultural Interpretation Center.  (August 27, 1975).

i. Correspondence with news column.  Re:  Albert's trip to Eastern Europe. 

j. Clipping.  "Smile Taxpayers."  Re:  Albert's trip to Eastern Euorope and China. 

k. Clipping.  "Moscow Visit."  Re:  photo of Albert with Congressional delegation at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Moscow. 

F 66: Albert, Carl (September 1975).

a. Newspaper page.  "A Rockefeller Housewarming."  Washington Post.  Re:  photo of Albert with Nelson Rockefeller.  (September 8, 1975). 

b. Clipping.  "Agitated Albert Vows He'll File-Or Not File."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Albert's possible retirement.  (September 13, 1975). 

c. Clipping.  "Albert Blocks Maneuvering."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert's possible retirement.  (September 15, 1975). 

d. Clipping.  "Albert's Bluff."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert's possible retirement.  (September 15, 1975). 

e. Clipping.  "Myths of the House.  Washington Star.  Re:  Sam Rayburn, Freshmen Democrats in the 94th Congress, and Albert's ability as Speaker.  (September 18, 1975). 

f. Clipping.  "Mr. Sam's Image Dims With Time."  Denver Post.  Re:  Sam Rayburn, Freshmen Democrats in the 94th Congress, and Albert's ability at Speaker.  (September 18, 1975). 

g. Clipping.  "Golden 'M' In Golden Year."  McAlester News-Capital.  Re:  photo of Albert with members of the Golden M Club as they appeared in the 1926 Dancing Rabbit at McAlester High School.  (September 21, 1975). 

h. Clipping.  "Signing a Pledge."  Duncan Banner.  Re:  photo of Albert with Joseph H. Kanter, President of the National Conference on Citizenship.  (September 28, 1975). 

F 67: Albert, Carl (October 1975).

a. Clipping.  "A Worthwhile Trip."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Albert's trip to Eastern Europe.  (October 1, 1975). 

b. Clipping.  "Albert for President."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Albert as possible Presidential nominee.  (October 7, 1975). 

c. Clipping.  "Moving Slowly Good Idea for State Demos."  McAlester News-Capital.  Re:  Albert as possible Presidential nominee.  (October 8, 1975). 

d. Clipping.  "No Useful Purpose."  Duncan Banner.  Re: Albert as possible Presidential nominee.  (October 9, 1975). 

e. Newspaper.  "Salute to Congress."  Re:  photo of Albert at Air Force Association's annual National Convention in Washington, D. C. with John H. Henry and David C. Jones.  (October 10, 1975).

f. Clipping.  "High Praise for Carl Albert."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  Albert as possible Presidential nominee.  (October 12, 1975). 

g. Clipping.  "Speaker's Behavior Concerns Nation."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert's alleged drinking problem.  (October 19, 1975). 

h. Clipping.  "Carl Albert's Bugtussle Teacher to be Honored."  Oklahoma City Times (?).  Re:  Lottie Ross.  (October 21, 1975). 

i. Clipping.  "Carl Prospect for President."  Daily Ardmoreite.  Re:  Albert as possible Presidential nominee.  (November(?) 23, 1975). 

j. Clipping.  "Albert Urges New York Aid."  Oklahoma City Times.  Re:  federal aid to New York City.  (October 23, 1975). 

k. Clipping.  "State Educators Honor Lottie Ross, Speaker Carl Albert's First Teacher."  McAlester News-Capital.  Re:  Lottie Ross.  (October 26, 1975). 

l. Clipping.  "Carl Albert Favorite Son Role Touted."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert as possible Presidential nominee.  (nd). 

F 68: Albert, Carl (November 1975).

a. Clipping.  "Angry Albert Defends Support for Aid to New York."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  federal aid to New York City.  (November 5, 1975). 

b. News column for Daily Oklahoman.  "Albert's Weak Argument."  Re:  federal aid to New York City.  (November 6, 1975).

c. Clipping.  "Albert Picks an Issue:  Bailing Out New York."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  federal aid to New York City.  (November 9, 1975). 

d. Clipping.  "Albert Invited to Hear Reagan's Tulsa Speech."  Daily Oklahoman.  (November 11, 1975). 

e. Clipping.  "Albert's Stand Attacked, Praised."  Daily Ardmoreite.  Re:  federal aid to New York City.  (November 16, 1975). 

f. Clipping.  "Sooners Explain Votes on Busing."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  forced busing legislation.  (November 20, 1975). 

g. Correspondence with magazine.  Re:  photo of Carl Albert at 11th National Leadership Conference of the Vocational Industrial Clubs of America in Washington, D. C.  (October-November, 1975).

h. Clipping.  "Will Sooners Follow Carl on NYC?"  Sunday Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert's stance on various political issues.  (November 30, 1975). 

F 69: Albert, Carl (December 1975).

a. Clipping.  Washington Star.  Re:  photo of Albert with Leon Jaworski and others.  (December 4, 1975). 

b. Clipping.  "Carl Albert's Checklist."  New York Post.  Re:  Albert's alleged drinking problem.  (December 8, 1975). 

c. Clipping.  "Albert is Fading."  Annapolis Evening Capital.  Re:  Albert's ability as Speaker.  (December 10, 1975). 

d. Clipping.  "Albert, Boorstin Mull Building Allocation."  Tulsa Daily World.  Re:  library annex in the new James Madison office building.  (December 11, 1975). 

e. Clipping.  "She Remembers Coddling the Speaker of the House."  Tri-City News (Pinole, California).  Re:  Cora Crawford memories of babysitting Carl Albert.  (December 24, 1975). 

F 70: Albert, Carl (1975).

a. Correspondence.  Re:  various topics, including requests for information and personal letters. Correspondents include Henry A. Kissinger and Lottie Ross.

b. News magazine.  "And You Can't Beat the Day."  Tulsa Sunday World.  Re:  Jim Hartz family's visit to Carl Albert's office in Washington, D.C.  (June 15, 1975).

c. Biographical sketch.  National Education Association.  Re:  John Ryor, President of NEA.

d. Clipping.  "Weary Albert May Be Ready to Step Down."  Bonham, Texas paper. 

F 71: Albert, Carl (1975).

a. Typescript essay.  Re:  various crises faced by Albert as Speaker such as Watergate and Presidential succession problem. 

b. Clipping.  "Albert to Quit? Steed Says No."  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert's possible retirement. 

c. Poem.  "The Speaker."  Re:  Carl Albert.  (no author).

d. Map.  Re:  Congressional districts of Oklahoma.  (1975).

e. Biographical sketch of Carl Albert.

f. Cartoon.  Courier-Journal.  Re:  Democratic leadership in the House, Carl Albert, and Mike Mansfield.

g. Newspaper.  "12 KAs Hold U.S. House Seats."  Kappa Alpha Journal.  Re:  Kappa Alpha members of Congress.  Includes photos of Albert.  (Summer 1975).

h. Clipping.  "In Oklahoma."  Re:  Albert's possible retirement.

i. Excerpts from the Congressional Record - House.  Re:  various remarks by Carl Albert.  (1975).

j. Clipping.  "Albert's New Critics."  Re:  Albert's ability as Speaker. 

k. Clipping.  "Is Albert Slipping?" by Jack Anderson.  Re:  Albert's ability as Speaker.   

l. Clipping.  Re:  photo of Albert with Gerald Ford.   

m. Clipping.  "Albert Throws Weight Behind Bill."  Tulsa Tribune.  Re:  Albert and beef research bill.  (nd). 

n. Clipping.  "Albert Gains Broad Powers" by Allan Cromley.  Daily Oklahoman.  Re:  Albert and Congressional reform. 

o. Clipping.  "Albert to Get 6-Point Plan Instead of Ousted."  Re:  Albert and Democratic freshmen members of Congress.   

p. Clipping.  "Speaker Albert Blamed for Congress's Wallowing" by Jack Anderson.  Re:  Albert's ability as Speaker.   

q. Clipping.  "Congratulations."  Nashville Graphic.  Re:  photo of Albert with Rev. and Mrs. L. H. Fountain and Robert G, Barnes. 

r. Clipping.  Re:  autographed photo of Albert.   

s. Clipping.  "After the Cruise."  Re:  photo of Gerald Ford, John Anderson, and Carl Albert aboard the presidential yacht, Sequoia.   

t. Clipping.  "Air Force Two."  Duncan Banner(?).  Re:  photos of Albert's visit to Duncan.  Includes photos of Albert and Ed Edmondson.

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