CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 3

Box 4: Federal Security Agency (1948) - Agriculture (1949)

F 1: Federal Security Agency (1948).  Old-Age and Survivors Insurance, Bureau of.

Benefits denied.

F 1B: Federal Security Agency (1948). Bureau of Community Facilities. General

F 2: Federal Security Agency (1948).  Education, Office of.  General.

Includes "School Lunch News," II, No. 1.

F 3: Federal Security Agency (1948).  Employees Compensation Appeals Board.  Case Studies.

Correspondence includes letter from U. S. Senator Elmer Thomas.

F 4: Federal Security Agency (1948).  Food and Drug Administration.  General.

F 5: Federal Security Agency (1948).  General.

F 6: Federal Security Agency (1948).  Public Health Service.  General.

F 7: Federal Works Agency (1948). Bureau of Community Facilities.

Correspondence re: community construction.

F 7B: Federal Works Agency (1948).  Public Roads Administration.  Highways.

Farm-to-market roads, request for.

F 8: Federal Works Agency (1948).  Public Roads Administration.

Highways. Oklahoma 1948 Primary Federal-Aid Program, problems with and controversy over.  Includes "Five Civilized Tribes Agency, Six-Year Program" (statistical information on road construction).

F 9: Federal Works Agency (1948).  Public Roads Administration.  Highways.

Oklahoma 1948 Primary Federal-Aid Program, problems with and controversy over.  Correspondents include U. S.  Senator Elmer Thomas.

F 9B: Federal Works Agency (1948). Public Roads Administration. Highways.

Requests for publications of the PRA.

F 9C: Federal Works Agency (1948). Public Roads Administration. Highways.

Includes telegrams and letters from constituents wanting urban roads for Oklahoma.

F 10: Federal Works Agency (1948).  Public Roads Administration.  Highways.

Oklahoma 1948 Primary Federal-Aid Program, problems with and controversy over.  Includes handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, resolutions, and excerpt from meeting of the Oklahoma State Highway Commission on April 7, 1948.

F 11: Federal Works Agency (1948).  Public Roads Administration.  Highways.

Oklahoma 1948 Primary Federal-Aid program, problems with and controversy over.  Includes several newspaper clippings.

F 12: Federal Works Agency (1948).  Public Roads Administration.  Highways.

Oklahoma 1948 Primary Federal-Aid program, problems with and controversy over.  Includes "1948 Federal Aid Program," "Post-war Federal-Aid Primary Program (not approved," 'Brief of Suggested Federal-Aid Projects," and "Suggested Federal Aid Projects."

F 13: Federal Works Agency (1948).  Public Roads Administration.  Highways.

Oklahoma 1948 Primary Federal-Aid program, problems with and controversy over.  Includes proposed improvements to provide a direct north-south route on U. S. 77 through the western edge of Ardmore. Also discussion of installing traffic lights on U.S. 77 in various places in Love County.

F 14: Federal Works Agency (1948).  Public Roads Administration.  Highways.

Oklahoma 1948 Primary Federal-Aid program, problems with and controversy over.  Includes "Description and qualifying conditions of six projects in State Primary Program of February 4 and January 31, 1948."  Correspondents include Oklahoma State Senator Fred Chapman, U. S. Representative Mike Monroney, U. S. Representative Toby Morris, U. S.  Representative Paul Stewart, U. S.  Senator Elmer Thomas, and Governor Roy J. Turner.

F 15: Federal Works Agency (1948).  Public Roads Administration.  Highways.

Oklahoma 1948 Primary Federal-Aid program, problems with and controversy over.  Telegrams from constituents in Atoka, Oklahoma.

F 16: Federal Works Agency (1948).  Public Roads Administration.

Highways. Oklahoma 1948 Primary Federal-Aid program, problems with and controversy over.  Telegrams from constituents in Broken Bow, Oklahoma.

F 17: Federal Works Agency (1948).  Public Roads Administration.  Highways.

Oklahoma 1948 Primary Federal-Aid program, problems with and controversy over.  Telegrams from constituents in Antlers and Madill, Oklahoma.  Also includes correspondence with H. E. Bailey (Director, Oklahoma State Highway Commission).

F 18: Federal Works Agency (1948).  Public Roads Administration.  CA Speech.

Appearance before Oklahoma Automobile Dealers Association.  Includes unidentified six-page copy on highway improvements and "Review of the Postwar Highway Program," a speech by Thomas H. MacDonald (Commissioner of Public Roads).

F 18b: Housing Administration, Public (1948). Housing and Home Finance Agency.

Correspondence re: housing programs.

F 19: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Choctaw Nation.

Appointment of Harry J. W. Belvin as Principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation.  Includes petition, correspondence, and information on other candidates.

F 20: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Coal and Asphalt Lands.

Proposed sale and problems in funding of the Choctaw- Chickasaw coal and asphalt lands.  Newspaper clipping attached.  Correspondents include Earl Welch (Justice, Oklahoma Supreme Court), U.S. Representative W. G. Stigler, Ben Dwight, and Floyd E. Maytubby.

F 21: Interior, Department of the (1948-1949).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Custody case.

F 22: Interior, Department of the (1947-1949).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Employment.

Requests for employment.  Includes petition. Correspondence on problems with employment.

F 23: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Eufaula Indian School.

Threat of closing of school.  Includes memorandum and resolution.

F 24: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  General.

F 25: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  General.

F 26: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Lease of agricultural land.

Cancellation of lease.

F 27: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Osage Tribal Council.

Opposition to House Res. 5491.

F 28: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Restrictions.

Restrictions on Indian property, concern for.  Includes resolution from Osage Tribal Council and from the Southwest Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association.

F 29: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.

Coal and asphalt lands, sale of Choctaw and Chickasaw.

F 30: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.

Coal and asphalt lands, sale of Choctaw and Chickasaw.

F 31: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.

Coal and asphalt lands, sale of Choctaw and Chickasaw.

F 32: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.

Coal and asphalt lands, sale of Choctaw and Chickasaw.  Newspaper clipping attached.  Correspondents include U. S. Senator Dennis Chavez (New Mexico), U. S. Senator Elmer Thomas, U. S. Representative Mike Monroney, and U. S. Representative W. G. Stigler.

F 33: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.

Election of Choctaw Chief.  Newspaper clipping attached.

F 34: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.

Election of Choctaw Chief.  Printed material, "Regulations Governing the Election of Candidate for Appointment as Principal Chief, Choctaw Nation, Oklahoma."

F 35: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.

Employment requests.

F 36: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  General.

F 37: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  Guardianship.

Case of Robert Lowman, problems with.

F 38: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  Information.

Requests for information.

F 39: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Insurance.

Bids on insurance for Wheelock Academy.

F 40: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  Issuance of stamp.

Issuance of commemorative stamp in honor of the Five Civilized Tribes.  Correspondence includes letter to Harry S. Truman.  Correspondents include William G.  Stigler.

F 41: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  Land.

Desire by oil company to buy land.

F 42: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  Land.

Oil and gas leases.

F 43: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  Land.

Restrictions on land sales and interest in removing such restrictions.  Correspondents include William G.  Stigler.

F 44: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  Land.

Restrictions on land sales and interest in removing such restrictions.  Correspondents include William G.  Stigler.

F 45: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  Road engineer.

Constituents' desire to retain engineer.

F 46: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  Treaty.

Dancing Rabbit Creek Treaty of September 27, 1830.

F 47: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  Rogers, Will, Jr.

Resolution to appoint Rogers as Commissioner of Indian Affairs.

F 48: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Land Management, Bureau of.

Land, desire to buy, by oil company.

F 49: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Mines, Bureau of.

Synthetic fuel, proposal for and interest in. Proposed removal of mine rescue station from McAlester to Fort Smith.

F 50: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Reclamation, Bureau of.  General.

Homesteading opportunities.

F 51: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Reclamation, Bureau of.  Printed material.

Departmental information on Klamath Project (Oregon- California) and Minidoka Project (Idaho).

F 52: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Fish and Wildlife Service.

Information request for propagation of earthworms. Fishery Leaflet 217:"Aquatic Plant Control with 2, 4-0" by Eugene W. Surber.

F 53: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Fish and Wildlife Service.

Wild turkey gobblers, desire to purchase.

F 53B: Interior, Department of the (1948). Fish and Wildlife Service.

Miscellaneous correspondence concerning a variety of topics, such as wolf trappings, the establishment of the Admiralty Island National Park, possible changes to the game laws, establishment of the Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge, and damage to crops by migratory birds.

F 54: Interior, Department of the (1948).  General.

Appropriation bills; shortage of butane gas; legislative assistance to Navajo and Hopi Indians.

F 55: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Geological Survey.

Employment request.

F 56: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Geological Survey

Information request.

F 57: Interior, Department of the (1948).  National Park Service.

Employment Requests.  Correspondents include Raymond Gary.

F 58: Interior, Department of the (1948).  National Park Service.

Employment Requests.

F 59: Interior, Department of the (1948).  National Park Service.

Information request.

F 60: Interior, Department of the (1948).  National Park Service.

Lake Texoma, various concerns.  Includes editorial from The Madill Record.

F 61: Interior, Department of the (1948).  National Park Service.

Lake Texoma, various concerns.  Correspondents include Sam Rayburn.  Correspondence includes letter to U. S.  Senator Elmer Thomas.

F 62: Interior, Department of the (1948).  National Park Service.

Lake Texoma, various concerns.  Includes printed material.

F 63: Interior, Department of the (1948-1949).  Southwestern Power Administration. 

Appropriations and power shortage.  Includes printed material and map.  Correspondents include Harry S. Truman.

F 64: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Southwestern Power Administration.  Printed material.

"Economic Feasibility of Proposed System."

F 65: Interior, Department of the (1948).  Southwestern Power Administration. 

Substation request.  Includes memorandum.

F 66: Interstate Commerce Commission (1948). 

Motor freight line, constituent desire to obtain permit to operate.

F 67: Justice, Department of (1948).  Antitrust Division.

Need for Southwest office.

F 68: Justice, Department of (1948-1949).  Prisons, Bureau of.

Constituent case.

F 69: Justice, Department of (1948).  Federal Bureau of Investigation.  General.

Correspondents include J. Edgar Hoover.

F 69b: Justice, Department of (1948). General. United States of America vs. State of Louisiana.

F 70: Justice, Department of (1948-1949).  Immigration and Naturalization Service.

Constituent cases.

F 71: Justice, Department of (1948).  Pardon and Parole Board.

Constituent case.

F 72: Justice, Department of (1948).  Pardon and Parole Board.

Constituent case.

F 73: Labor, Department of (1948).

Surety bond for self-employed allowance. Telegram and accompanying material on a Texas law on migratory labor.

F 74: National Academy of Sciences (1948).  General.

a. Brochure: "Organizations, Aims and Activities, Highway Research Board."

b. Periodical: American Highways.  XXVII, No. 2.

F 75: National Archives (1948).  Information requests.

F 76: National Housing Agency (1948).  Federal Housing Administration.

Convention hall in McAlester, request for funds to build; and raising of rent on veterans housing.

F 77: National Housing Agency (1948).  Federal Public Housing Administration.

Public housing and veterans housing, problems with.  Includes printed material.

F 78: National Housing Agency (1948).  General.

Dogs, restrictions on federal rental property.

F 79: National Housing Agency (1948).  Rent control.

Includes form: "Order Denying Petition or Terminating Proceedings" and publication, "England and France in Economic Turmoil: The Disastrous Effect of Controls."

F 80: National Munitions Control Board (1948).  Water, shortage of, in Wister, Oklahoma.

F 81: Navy, Department of the (1947-1948).  Navy Personnel, Bureau of.

Guam, subsidy payments to Roman Catholic and General Baptist Mission Churches following World War II.

F 82: Navy, Department of the (1948).  General.

Includes printed materials.  Correspondents include U. S. Representative Paul Stewart.

F 83: Navy, Department of the (1948).  McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot.

Employment problems of employees.

F 84: Navy, Department of the (1948).  McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot.  General.

F 85: Navy, Department of the (1948).  McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot.  New wage scale.

Concern for and reaction to proposed wage scale; conflict that veterans had after signing petition; complaints about over-staffing Depot with supervisory personnel.  Correspondents include John Nicholas Brown (Acting Secretary of the Navy).

F 86: Navy, Department of the (1948).  McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot.  New wage scale.

Concern for and reaction to proposed wage scale; conflict that veterans had after signing petition; complaints about over-staffing Depot with supervisory personnel.

F 87: Navy, Department of the (1948).  McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot.  New wage scale.

Concern for and reaction to proposed wage scale; conflict that veterans had after signing petition; complaints about over-staffing Depot with supervisory personnel.  Includes newspaper clipping and correspondence.

F 88: Navy, Department of the (1948).  McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot.  New wage scale.

Concern for and reaction to proposed wage scale; conflict that veterans had after signing petition; complaints about over-staffing Depot with supervisory personnel.  Includes printed material re job descriptions and hourly wages; Depot Order Number 50 "Regulations;" handwritten notes, newspaper clipping.

F 89: Navy, Department of the (1948).  R.O.T.C. programs.

F 90: State, Department of (1948).  Displaced Persons Commission.

Immigration, problems with.

F 91: State, Department of (1948).  Displaced Persons Commission. Printed Material.

a. Reprint from Federal Register: "Aliens and Nationality: Displaced Persons Commission."

b. "Delegation of Authority and Availability of Records."

c. "Individual Assurances for Relatives."

d. "Excerpts from the Displaced Persons Act of 1948."

e. "Background Information on Displaced Persons Act of 1948."

f. Public Law 774.

F 92: State, Department of (1948).  Controls, Office of.  General.

F 93: State, Department of (1948).  Controls, Office of.

Passports.

F 94: State, Department of (1948).  Controls, Office of.

Visas.

F 95: Treasury, Department of the (1948).  Internal Revenue, Bureau of.  Alcohol Tax Unit.

Personnel, transfer of.

F 96: Treasury, Department of the (1948).  Internal Revenue, Bureau of.  General.

a. Includes problems with taxes.

b. "Proposed Amendment to House Resolution 5732."

c. "Statement of Robert Ash to Subcommittee No. 3, Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives, Regarding House Resolution 2657."

d. "National Association of Employees of Collectors of Internal Revenue."

F 97: Treasury, Department of the (1947, 1948).  Internal Revenue, Bureau of.

Proposed employment tax regulations, reaction to by newspaper publisher.  Includes memorandum and Federal Register: "Proposed Rule Making" (November 27, 1947).

F 98: Veterans Administration (1948-1949).  General.

F 99: Veterans Administration (1948-1949).  Hospital in Durant, Oklahoma, closing of.

F 100: Veterans Administration (1948).  Printed material.

News release re changes in Veterans subsistence allowances and "The Oklahoma Veteran" (May, 1948).

F 101: War, Department of (1948).  Air Force Department.  General.

Correspondents include U. S. Representative William F.  "Dixie" Gilmer.

F 102: War, Department of (1948).  Air Force Department.

Promotions, policies and standards.  Correspondents include W. Stuart Symington (Secretary of the Air Force).

F 103: War, Department of (1948-1949).  Air Force Department.

Servicemen's living conditions in Burtonwood, England, and funds to correct.  Attached newspaper clipping.

F 104: War, Department of (1948).  Army.  General.

Includes "Form of Application for Establishment of Reserve Officers' Training Corps Units."

F 105: War, Department of (1948).  Army.  Printed material.

Two form letters and "Final Report of the Chief of Staff, U. S. Army, to the Secretary of the Army, 7 February 1948."

F 106: War, Department of (1948).  Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors.

Hearing announcement on Deep Fork River and Little River projects.  Includes brief of latter.

F 107: War, Department of (1948).  Corps of Engineers.  Dams and Flood Control.

Dirty Creek, Muskogee County, Oklahoma, report on.

F 108: War, Department of (1948).  Corps of Engineers.  Dams and Flood Control.

Heyburn Dam and Reservoir, Polecat Creek, Oklahoma.  Includes notice of hearing, Public Law 526, and "General Information, Proposed Reservoir Development and Management Program."

F 109: War, Department of (1948).  Corps of Engineers.

Employment request.

F 110: War, Department of (1948).  Corps of Engineers.  General.

F 111: War, Department of (1948).  National Defense.  General. 

Correspondents include J. M. Wainwright (General, U. S.  Army, retired).

F 112: War, Department of (1948).  National Defense.  Printed material.

a. "Transcript of Press Conference Conducted by Secretary of Defense Forrestal and Assistant Secretary of the Army Gray on the Report of the Committee on Civilian Components."

b. "Congress Attacks The Unknown Foe."

F 112b: War, Department of (1948). Quartermaster General.

F 113: Agriculture, Department of (1949).  Agriculture Economics, Bureau of.  Cotton.

"War Crop" determination.  Includes map, "Crop Reporting Districts."

F 114: Agriculture, Department of (1949).  Agricultural Research Administration: Bureau of Animal Industry.

Employment request.  Correspondents include Oklahoma State Senator Joe B. Thompson.

F 115: Agriculture, Department of (1949).  Agricultural Research Administration: Bureau of Animal Industry.

Foot-and-Mouth Disease.  Correspondences includes letter to U. S. Representative Jamie L. Whitten (Mississippi).

F 116: Agriculture, Department of (1949).  Commodity Exchange Authority.  Pecans.

Depressed prices on pecans.  Includes resolution from Oklahoma's Pecan Growers Association.

F 117: Agriculture, Department of (1948, 1949).  Extension Service.  General.

a. "Report of Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics, 1949."

b. "Extension Points the Way Toward a More Permanent and Prosperous Agriculture" (June, 1948).

F 118: Agriculture, Department of (1949).  Farm Credit Administration.  National Farm Loan Association.

Loan requests.  Includes constituent's map and detailed accounting of the value of his property.

F 119: Agriculture, Department of (1949).  Farm Credit Administration.  National Farm Loan Association.

Loan requests. "Handbook on the Farm Credit Administration of Wichita, Kansas"; "Wichita Bank for Cooperatives"; "Farm Mortgage Loans."

F 120: Agriculture, Department of (1949).  Farmers Home Administration. 

Boll Weevil damage, request for funds.

F 121: Agriculture, Department of (1949-1950).  Farmers Home Administration.

Employment and transfers.  Correspondents include U. S.  Senator Elmer Thomas.

F 122: Agriculture, Department of (1949-1951).  Farmers Home Administration.

Employment and transfers.

F 123: Agriculture, Department of (1949).  Farmers Home Administration.

Funds, lack of;. "Cumulative Summary of FHA Operations (Oklahoma)"; "Current Fiscal Year's Operations (Oklahoma)."

F 124: Agriculture, Department of (1949).  Farmers Home Administration.  General.

Includes "Planning That Pays."

F 125: Agriculture, Department of (1949).  Farmers Home Administration.

Indebtedness, constituents' problems with.

F 126: Agriculture, Department of (1949).  Farmers Home Administration.

Loan requests.

F 127: Agriculture, Department of (1949).  Farmers Home Administration.

Minerals owned by government as opposed to purchaser.

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