CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 9

Box 10: Smithsonian Institution (1950) - Commerce (1951).

F 1: Smithsonian Institution (1950).  General.

F 2: Treasury, Department of the (1950).  Comptroller of the Currency.

Constituents' opposition to Comptroller Office being consolidated with Treasury Department.

F 3: Treasury, Department of the (1950).  Internal Revenue, Bureau of. 

Employment request.  Includes copy of letter to U. S. Representative A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 4: Treasury, Department of the (1950).  Internal Revenue, Bureau of.  General.

F 5: Treasury, Department of the (1950).  Internal Revenue, Bureau of.  Income tax.

Includes correspondence with Oklahoma State Representative Paul Harkey.

F 6: Treasury, Department of the (1950).  Internal Revenue, Bureau of.  Osage Tribal Council.

Taking of headrights.  Includes resolution.  Correspondents include John Oberly (Chief, Osage Tribe).

F 7: Treasury, Department of the (1950).  Internal Revenue, Bureau of.  Printed material.

"Summary of H. R. 8920, 'The Revenue Act of 1950,' as Agreed to by the Conferees."

F 8: Treasury, Department of the (1950).  Internal Revenue, Bureau of.  Travel and living expenses.

Deduction of these expenses.

F 9: Veterans Administration (1950).  Ammunition boxes.

Desire to sell.  Includes "Basic Facts about Selling to the Government."

F 10: Veterans Administration (1950).  General.

Includes "Preliminary Draft of Proposed Letter to the President Regarding Hoover Commission Plans for Reorganization of Veterans' Affairs."  Includes letter from CA to U. S. Representative A. S.  Mike Monroney and correspondence with Harry S. Truman.

F 11: Veterans Administration (1950).  General.

F 12: Veterans Administration (1950).  General.

Includes two resolutions and newspaper clipping.

F 13: Veterans Administration (1950).  General.

Includes two resolutions and form letter from Vocational Rehabilitation Office.  Correspondents include U. S.  Representative W. G. Stigler, U. S. Representative Victor Wickersham, and U. S. Representative George Howard Wilson.

F 13b: Veterans Administration (1950). Hoover Commission.

Health and Medical programs.

F 14: Veterans Administration (1950).  Hospitals.

Constituents' concern for Norman and Oklahoma City V.A.  hospitals.  Includes brief, resolution, and "Veterans Hospital Situation in Oklahoma."

F 15: Veterans Administration (1950).  Hospitals.

Constituents' concern for Norman and Oklahoma City V.A.  hospitals.  Includes newspaper clippings and two resolutions.

F 16: Veterans Administration (1950).  Hospitals.

Constituents' concern for Norman and Oklahoma City V.A.  hospitals.  Includes statement of the Oklahoma State Medical Association on medical personnel necessary to operate Veterans' Administration hospitals in Oklahoma and graph re "V.A. Hospital Bed Load."  Correspondence includes copy of Roy J. Turner (Governor of Oklahoma) letter to U. S. Senator Claude Pepper (Florida), copy of George Lynn Cross letter to Pepper and Pepper form letter on need for additional V.A. hospitals.

F 17: Veterans Administration (1950).  Korean Veterans.

Benefits for these veterans.  Includes speech of U. S.  Representative John E. Rankin (Mississippi) before the House and form letter form him to House Members.

F 18: Veterans Administration (1950).  Muskogee (Oklahoma) Veterans Hospital.  General.

Includes brochure, "Expansion of United States Veterans Administration Hospital at Muskogee, Oklahoma."

F 18b: Veterans Administration. (1950). National Service

Life Insurance.

F 19: Veterans Administration (1950).  Printed Matter.

"Title I, Public Act No. 2, 73rd Congress, and Law Supplemental Thereto, as Amended, Granting Benefits to Veterans and Their Dependents" (August 11, 1950). "Chart of Resolutions Adopted at 1949 National Conventions of the American Legion, American Veterans of World War II, Disabled American Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars" (January 17, 1950).

F 20; Veterans Administration (1950).  Printed Material.

"Source of National Service Life Insurance Dividend" (February 24, 1950; "Address List of Field Stations (Excepting VA Offices) of the Veterans Administration, Names of Managers and Announcement of Changes"; "Federal Benefits Available to Veterans and Their Dependents as of December 1, 1949"; State of Ohio: "Amended Substitute Senate Joint Resolution No. 6" re compensation for World War II veterans.

F 21: Veterans Administration (1950).  Veterans Re-employment.

Includes "Veterans' Re-employment Rights, Question and Answer Handbook" (October, 1950).  Correspondents include Maurice J. Tobin (Secretary of Labor).

F 22: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Cotton.

Price ceiling, constituents' concern for and other letters re exports and price of cotton.  Includes magazine clipping.  Correspondence includes copy of telegrams to U. S.  Senator Robert S. Kerr and copy of Kerr letter to U. S.  Senator Burnet R. Maybank (South Carolina).

F 23: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Extension Service.

General. Includes booklet, "Salt of the Earth" and application form for employment.

F 24: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Farm Credit Administration.  General.

Includes booklet, "Report to the National Farm Loan Associations for the Year Ended June 30, 1950" and a resolution.

F 25: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Farmers Home Administration.  Employment.

F 26: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Farmers Home Administration.  General.

Includes list of names.

F 27: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Farmers Home Administration.  Loans.

Desire to purchase land and mineral rights withheld by government.  Includes memorandum from "Lee."  Correspondents include Oklahoma State Senator Raymond Gary.

F 28: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Farmers Home Administration.  Printed Material.

"Comparison of Provisions of H. R. 2642 and H. R. 4077, Identical Bills, with S. 684 as Passed by the Senate"; "The Farmers Home Administration Program, Atoka County, Oklahoma"; "Farm Housing Loans."

F 29: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Farmers Home Administration.  Progress Report.

Oklahomans who borrowed and repaid FHA operating loans.

F 30: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Fertilizer.

Includes copy of letter to Frank Pace, Jr. (Secretary of the Army) and copy of letter to U. S. Representative Thomas G. Abernethy (Mississippi).

F 31: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Forest Service.  General.

F 32: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Forest Service.  Ouachita National Forest.

Includes "Quarterly Review," II, No. 1; "1950 Report of the Chief of the Forest Service."

F 33: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  General.

Includes resolutions.  Includes copy of letter addressed jointly to U. S. Representative Harold D. Cooley (North Carolina) and U. S. Representative Thomas G. Abernethy (Mississippi).

F 34: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  General.

Includes newspaper clipping and statement by Charles F. Brannan (Secretary of Agriculture).  Correspondence includes copy of letter from U. S. Representative Thomas G. Abernethy (Mississippi), and copy of letter to U. S.  Representative Harold D. Cooley (North Carolina).  Correspondents include U. S. Representative Reva Beck Basone (Utah), Charles F. Brannan (Secretary of Agriculture), and U. S. Representative John L. McMillan (South Carolina).

F 35: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  General.

Includes provisional report, "Family Farm Policy Review"; Correspondents include C. J. McCormick (Under-Secretary of Agriculture).

F 36: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  General.

List of names re employees in the various agriculture offices in the Third Congressional District of Oklahoma.  Includes correspondence.

F 37: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  General.

Parity prices on farm commodities, constituent letters on.

F 38: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  General.

Printed materials. "Sulfur and Its Importance in Food Production"; "Migrant Labor Agreement of 1951"; "Work Contract."

F 39: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  General.

Testimony by Under-Secretary of Agriculture Clarence J. McCormick on rural manpower situation.  Includes newspaper clipping.

F 39b: Agriculture, Department of (1951). National

Agriculture Mobilization Committee.

F 40: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  Alfalfa Seed.

Includes statistical information re comparisons of Kansas and Oklahoma common alfalfa.

F 41: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  Atoka County, Oklahoma.

Service charge for checking surplus peanuts, constituent concern for.  Correspondents include Oklahoma State Representative Floyd Mason.

F 42: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  Bryan County, Oklahoma.

Employment, problems of personnel and with program.

F 43: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  Bryan County, Oklahoma.

Employment, problems of personnel and with program.

F 44: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  Carter County, Oklahoma.

Moving of PMA office in county, problems with.  Includes copy of letter from U. S. Senator Robert S. Kerr to Charles F. Brannan (Secretary of Agriculture) and copy of letter to U. S. Senator A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 45: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  Choctaw County, Oklahoma.

General.

F 46: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  Comanche County, Oklahoma.

Progress report re soil and water conservation and soil building.

F 47: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  Commodity Credit Corporation.

Grain sorghum, price support of; maize, storage.

F 48: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  Consolidation.

Proposed consolidation of PMA, Soil Conservation Service, and Farmers Home Administration, reaction to.  Includes "Agricultural Agencies to Be Consolidated."  Correspondents include Charles F. Brannan (Secretary of Agriculture).

F 49: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  Consolidation.

Proposed consolidation of PMA, Soil Conservation Service, and Farmers Home Administration, reaction to.  Includes "Memorandum No. 1280, Reorientation of Department Agencies for Agricultural Mobilization Purposes" (February 16, 1951).  Correspondence includes copy of letter to Charles F. Brannan (Secretary of Agriculture).

F 50: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  Employment.

Request.

F 51: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  Federal Crop Insurance Corporation.  Insect control.

"Statement Regarding Avoidable Losses and Poisoning for Insect Control."

F 52: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  Fertilizer and other farm supply items.

F 53: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  General.

Includes floor plan for Department of Agriculture offices in Madill.

F 54: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  General.

Includes "15 Years of Progress" (in Oklahoma) and list of names, "PMA County Committeemen," by county.

F 55: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  LeFlore County, Oklahoma.

General. Includes newsletter, brochure, "Greener Pastures for Better Living" and "1951 Agricultural Conservation Program Handbook for LeFlore County."

F 56: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  McCurtain County, Oklahoma.

Castor bean program and general.  Includes handbook for McCurtain County and "The Castor Bean Program."  Correspondence includes copy of letter to U. S. Senator A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 57: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  Peanuts.

Unmailed Carl Albert letter to PMA office re quota.

F 58: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  Pittsburg County.

General.

F 59: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Production and Marketing Administration.  Printed materials.

"Fourteen-Year Summary of Range Improvement Studies" for Woodward, Oklahoma; "Agricultural Conservation Program," (Handbook for 1951 Oklahoma).

F 60: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Choctaw Electric Cooperative.

Consumer service.

F 61: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Choctaw Electric Cooperative.

Loan approval.  Includes resolution.  Correspondence includes copy of letter to U. S. Senator Robert S. Kerr.

F 62: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Cimarron Electric Cooperative.

General.  Includes resolution.

F 63: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: KAMO Electric Cooperative.

Loan approval.  Includes printed material, "KAMO's March of Time."

F 64: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Kiamichi Valley Electric Cooperative.

Consumer service.

F 65: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Kiamichi Valley Electric Cooperative.

General.  Includes information re allocation of materials by REA to cooperatives.

F 66: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.

Opposition to recently passed House amendment and to private power companies sponsoring the "farm electrification week."  Includes "Rural Electrification's Minute Men" and "Statement of Federal Power Policy."

F 67: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Northfork Electric Cooperative.

General.

F 68: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Oklahoma Statewide Electric Cooperative.

Allocation of scarce materials, possibility of getting REA to handle and general.

F 69: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Red River Cooperative.

Consumer service.

F 70: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Red River Cooperative.

General.

F 71: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Southeastern Electric Cooperative. 

Allocation of essential materials and general.

F 72: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Rural Electrification Administration: General.

F 73: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Rural Electrification Administration: Printed material.

"Rural Electrification Act of 1936 with Amendments Approved to November 1, 1949)"; Eleven maps on various topics; "Statement Regarding Status and Progress of REA Programs before House Agriculture Committee, by Claude R. Wickard, Administrator, REA."

F 74: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Rural Electrification Administration: Telephones.

General.  Includes resolution.

F 75: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Soil Conservation Service.  General.

Includes pamphlet, "All True Wealth Comes from the Soil."  Correspondence includes copy of letter to Charles F.  Brannan (Secretary of Agriculture).

F 76: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Sugar.

General.

F 77: Air Force, Department of the (1951).  Ardmore Air Academy.

General. Includes "Certificate of Merit" from Central Airlines.

F 78: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Ardmore Air Base.

Reactivation of base, reaction to.  Correspondence includes letter from U. S. Representative Toby Morris.

F 79: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  Ardmore Air Base.

Newspaper clippings.

F 80: Agriculture, Department of (1951).  General.

Correspondents include Thomas K. Finletter (Secretary of the Air Force), with attached news release "62 New Air Force ROTC Sites Named" with list of states, institutions and locations attached.

F 81: Army, Department of the (1951).  Army Engineers.  Red River.

Problems resulting from changes in the river's course, and general.  Correspondents include Oklahoma State Representative Clint H. Livingston.

F 82: Army, Department of the (1951).  Camp Maxey, Texas.

Reactivation of.  Includes "Camp Maxey, Paris, Texas."

F 83: Army, Department of the (1951).  Combat Rotation Program, Korea.

Includes news release re direct rotation from Korea to the U. S. and "The Army Combat Rotation Program."

F 84: Army, Department of the (1951).  General.

Request for employment and constituent views on "West Point cribbing scandal."

F 85: Army, Department of the (1951).  Lake Texoma.  Army Engineers.  General. 

Includes newspaper clipping.  Correspondence includes copy of letter to U. S. Senator Robert S. Kerr.

F 86: Army, Department of the (1951).  Lake Texoma.  Army Engineers.  Printed Material.

Leaflet, "Willow Springs Resort"; Newspaper clipping; Leaflet re Kingston, Oklahoma; H. R. 2437; Ford Times (February, 1951).

F 87: Army, Department of the (1951).  Lake Texoma.  Army Engineers.

"Statement of Senator Robert S. Kerr, Relative to the Need for Legislation Affecting Mineral Rights to Lands Inundated by Lake Texoma."

F 88: Army, Department of the (1951).  Quartermaster Corps.  General.

F 89: Army, Department of the (1951).  Quartermaster Corps.  Printed material.

Public Law 871; "Application for Headstone or Marker."

F 90: Army, Department of the (1951).  Remount Service.

General. Includes newspaper clipping.

F 91: Army, Department of the (1951).  Reserve Program.

General. Includes news release "Enlisted Inactive and Volunteer Reservists to Be Released from Army Service."

F 92: Atomic Energy Commission (1951). 

General.

F 93: Civil Aeronautics Board (1951).  Central Airlines.

Continued service in Oklahoma and renewal of certificate to carry mail.  Includes "Exhibits of the City of Ardmore re continued local airlines service, memorandum from CA's office and "Central Airlines Certificate Renewal Case.  Docket No. 4083, et al."  Map and brochure attached.  Correspondents include Jesse M. Donaldson (Postmaster General); Sixth Annual Report of operations under the Federal Airport Act.

F 93b: Civil Aeronautics Board. (1951). Durant Airport.

Appropriations.

F 94: Civil Aeronautics Board (1951).  Victory Park Housing Project, McAlester, Oklahoma.

Constituent desire to re-open.

F 95: Civil Defense Administration (1951).  General.

Includes newspaper clipping.

F 96: Civil Service Commission (1951).  Board of Appeal.

Case of Benjamin E. Cook, Applicant, Hearing or Trial Examiner.

F 97: Civil Service Commission (1951).  Employment and Retirement.

Includes "confidential inquiry" form re applicant.

F 97b: Civil Service Commission (1951). Subversive Activities Control Board. First Annual Report.

F 98: Commerce, Department of (1951).  Census, Bureau of the.  Printed matter

"1950 Census of Population Advance Report (Oklahoma)"; form letter re information from the Census records; "1950 Census of Population, Preliminary Report (Oklahoma)."

F 99: Commerce, Department of (1951).  Census, Bureau of the.  Search of Records, Requests for. 

Includes request by Carl Albert.

F 100: Commerce, Department of (1951).  Census, Bureau of the.  Statistical Information.

Re LeFlore County Census by age and "Summary Data from 1950 and 1945 Census of Agriculture for Oklahoma Congressional District Number 3."  Letters attached.

F 101: Commerce, Department of (1951).  Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Bureau of. 

Information requests.  Includes list "Oklahoma Contract Outlets."

F 102: Commerce, Department of (1951).  Public Roads, Bureau of. 

Washita River, desire for funds to repair, and loan re highway right-of-way.

F 103: Commerce, Department of (1951).  Civil Aeronautics Administration.  McAlester Airport.

Communications station and lengthening of the landing strip.  Includes handwritten notes.

F 104: Commerce, Department of (1951).  Civil Aeronautics Board.

Report in support of continued local airline service as presently provided by Central Airlines, Inc.  Submitted by Oklahoma Aviation Commission.  Includes printed materials, "Aviation in Oklahoma," "Oklahoma Airports Directory and Aeronautical Manual," "Oklahoma Holiday with Nature for Company," and "Factors Favoring Business Expansion in Oklahoma."

F 105: Commerce, Department of (1951).  National Production Authority.  Farm equipment.

Continued production of.  Includes news release on topic and "M-55A-Farm Equipment, Third Quarter 1951."

F 106: Commerce, Department of (1951).  National Production Authority.  General.

Includes memorandum and handwritten notes.

F 107: Commerce, Department of (1951).  National Production Authority.  Steel.

Allocation and freight rates.  Includes "Defense Production Digest" (July 25, 1951) re alleviation of the shortage of iron and steel scrap.  Correspondents include C. A.  Stoldt (Director, Oklahoma Department of Highways).

F 108: Commerce, Department of (1951).  National Production Authority.  Printed Material.

House Report 504: "Certificate of necessity and Government Plan Expansion Loans"; "Defense Production Aids," re V-loans for Defense Production; NPA Publication, "Part 600 -- Issuance of Necessity Certificates under Section 124A of the Internal Revenue Code"; Miscellaneous.

F 109: Commerce, Department of (1951).  National Production Authority.  Truck-Trailer Production Program.

Allocation of materials for.  Constituent letter.

F 110: Commerce, Department of (1951).  Patent Office.

General.

F 111: Commerce, Department of (1951).  Weather Bureau.

General.

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