CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 10

Box 11: Defense (1951) - National Labor Relations Board (1951).

F 1: Defense, Department of (1951).  Casualties, Korean War.

Gives names, branch of service, rank, and next of kin, by state (May 29, 1951).

F 2: Defense, Department of (1951).  General.

F 3: Defense Mobilization, Office of (1951).  General.

Includes newspaper clipping.  Correspondence includes form letter from U. S. Representative Frederic R. Coudert, Jr. (New York), to U. S. Representative Carl Vinson (Georgia), copy of letter to U. S. Senator A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 4: Defense Production Administration (1951).  Nitrate Plant.

Proposed plant in Lawrence, Kansas.

F 5: Defense Transportation Administration (1951).  Printed material, "Automobile Transportation in Defense or War," with attached letter.

F 6: Defense Transportation Administration (1951).  Steel and scrap metal.

Shortages.

F 7: Defense Transportation Administration (1951).  Storage space.

Constituent desire to rent to government.

F 8: Displaced Person Commission (1951).  General.

F 9: Economic Stabilization Agency (1951).  Price Stabilization, Office of.  Beef.

Rollback on prices and price ceilings.

F 10: Economic Stabilization Agency (1951).  Price Stabilization, Office of.  Beef.

Rollback on prices and price ceilings.  Includes statement of the Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association and newspaper clipping.  Correspondence includes copy of letter to Charles F. Brannan (Secretary of Agriculture).

F 11: Economic Stabilization Agency (1951).  Price Stabilization, Office of.  Beef.

Rollback on prices and price ceilings.

F 12: Economic Stabilization Agency (1951).  Price Stabilization, Office of.  Beef.

Rollback on prices and price ceilings.  Includes newspaper clipping.

F 13: Economic Stabilization Agency (1951).  Price Stabilization, Office of.  Beef.

Rollback on prices and price ceilings.

F 14: Economic Stabilization Agency (1951).  Price Stabilization, Office of.  Employment.

F 15: Economic Stabilization Agency (1951).  Price Stabilization, Office of.  General.

Correspondence includes copy of letter to Harry S. Truman.

F 16: Economic Stabilization Agency (1951).  Price Stabilization, Office of.  Printed material.

F 17: Economic Stabilization Agency (1951).  Rent Stabilization, Office of.  General.

Includes "Analysis of Provisions of the New Rent Control Law."

F 17b: Executive Office of the President (1951). White House.

General Correspondence.

F 18: Federal Communications Commission (1951).  Broadcasting.

Religious and educational broadcasting.  Includes two speeches by Commissioner Paul A. Walker on topics.  Correspondents include E. T. Dunlap.

F 19: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (1951).  Form letter.

F 20: Federal Loan Agency (1951).  Reconstruction Finance Corporation.  General.

Includes newspaper clipping and news release.  Correspondence includes copy of unsigned letter to U. S. Senator Harry F. Byrd (Virginia).

F 21: Federal Loan Agency (1951).  Reconstruction Finance Corporation.  Printed material.

"Information Regarding Loans to Business Enterprises and Participation in Such Loans"; "Study of RFC."  Interim Report of the Committee on Banking and Currency.

F 22: Federal Security Agency (1951).  Education, Office of.  Federal Aid to Schools.

Includes completed application for "Construction Projects," memoranda, Public Law 815 and Public Law 874

F 23: Federal Security Agency (1951).  Education, Office of.

Federal Aid to Schools. Includes "Commissioner's Bulletin No. 66, Field Bulletin No. 3" (October 3, 1950) and "McAlester (Oklahoma) School District #80, Budget Check Sheet."

F 24: Federal Security Agency (1951).  Education, Office of.

Federal Aid to Schools.

F 25: Federal Security Agency (1951).  Education, Office of.

Printed material. "Outline for a Report of Facilities" with attached letter.

F 26: Federal Security Agency (1951).  Education, Office of.

Statement by U. S. Senator Robert S. Kerr before the Subcommittee on Labor-Federal Security of the Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare.  Includes statistical information.  Memorandum attached.

F 27: Federal Security Agency (1951).  Employees' Compensation, Bureau of.

General.

F 28: Federal Security Agency (1951).  Employees' Compensation Appeals Board.

General.

F 29: Federal Security Agency (1951).  Food and Drug Administration.

Bread and food production.  Includes "The Fight for Better Bread" published by the Cooperative League of the USA and Congressional Record extract re labeling of bread.

F 30: Federal Security Agency (1951).  General.

F 31: Federal Security Agency (1951).  Social Security Administration.  List.

List of names, persons employed in the Social Security Administration Field Offices in the Third Congressional District of Oklahoma.

F 32: Federal Security Agency (1951).  Social Security Administration.  Bureau of Old Age and Survivors' Insurance.

F 33: Federal Security Agency (1951).  Social Security Administration.  General.

F 34: Federal Security Agency (1951).  Social Security Administration.  Printed material.

Public Law 271, Public Law 379, Public Law 719, and Public Law 734; Material re decision of FSA not to approve the Indiana State plans for aid to the needy aged and to dependent children and aid to the blind.

F 35: General Services Administration (1951).  General.

Includes news release by U. S. Senator Robert S. Kerr.

F 36: Government Printing Office (1951).  General.

Includes two copies of delivery receipts.

F 37: Housing and Home Finance Agency (1951).  Federal Housing.

General.

F 38: Housing and Home Finance Agency (1951).  Public Housing Administration.

General.

F 39: Housing and Home Finance Agency (1951).  Victory Park Housing Project, McAlester, Oklahoma.

Desire by constituents to re-open project for rental.

F 40: Indian Claims Commission (1951).  Oklahoma State Senate Resolution.

Resolution re extension of time in which Indian tribes may file claims before the Commission.

F 41: Interstate Commerce Commission (1951).  Freight Rates and General Information.

F 42: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Choctaw-Chickasaws.

Removal of restrictions on land, dead claim payments, and general information.  Includes signed resolution.

F 43: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Choctaw-Chickasaws.

Carter Seminary, investigation following constituent's complaint about irregularities; payment of coal funds.

F 44: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Choctaw.

Chief selection.

F 45: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Choctaw.

Commutation of annuities.

F 46: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Creek.

Creek Indian Council resolution.

F 47: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  Employment.

Correspondence includes copy of letter to U. S. Senator A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 48: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  Debo, Angie.

Correspondence with CA.

F 49: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  General.

F 50: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  General.

F 51: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  Chickasaw.

Selection of Governor. Correspondence includes copy of letter to U. S. Senator Robert S. Kerr.

F 52: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  Probate attorneys and farm management supervisors.

Constituents' reaction of reduction in Indian Service.  Includes resolution; Correspondents include Harry J. W. Belvin (Principal Chief, Choctaw Nation), Oklahoma State Senator Raymond Gary, and Johnston E. Murray (Governor of Oklahoma).

F 53: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  Probate attorneys and farm management supervisors.

F 54: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  Redistricting of area for administrative purposes.

Explanation of the redistricting by D. S. Myer (Commissioner of the BIA).  Includes map showing boundaries of the new districts and the headquarters of each.

F 55: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  General.

F 56: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  General.

Includes "Newsletter No. 6" from the Governors' Interstate Indian Council.

F 57: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  General.

F 58: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Indian Claims Commission.

Payment of Leased District claims.  Includes two resolutions and one petition.  Correspondents include Harry J. W.  Belvin (Principal Chief, Choctaw Nation).  Correspondence includes letters of U. S. Representative W. G. Stigler.

F 59: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  List.

List of names, employees of Bureau serving Oklahoma's Third Congressional District.  Includes correspondence.

F 60: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Move.

Moving of Probate Attorney's Office from Ardmore to Durant, reaction to.

F 61: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Muskogee Office.

Removal of restrictions on land and general information.  Correspondents include Oklahoma State Senator Clem Hamilton.

F 62: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Navajo Indians.

Education and welfare of.

F 63: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Osage Indians.

Includes resolution and two statements by George V.  Labadie of the Osage Tribal Council.

F 64: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Roads.

Statement re "Construction "Roads and Trails)" by unidentified author.

F 65: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Talihina Indian Hospital.

Employment and admission policies.

F 66: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Welfare and Old Age Assistance.

Problems with such programs.  Includes "Relationship with Other Agencies" by U. S. Indian Service.

F 67: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Welfare and Old Age Assistance.

Problems with such programs.  Includes "Summary of Area Director's Report on Hendrix McMillion Case."  Correspondents include Harry J. W. Belvin (Principal Chief, Choctaw Nation) and Floyd E. Maytubby (Governor, Chickasaw Nation).

F 68: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Yakima Indians.

Fishing rights.  Includes statement re Yakima Indians' appeal to save their vested fishing rights at Celilo Falls on the Columbia River.

F 69: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Land Management, Bureau of.  Land.

Coal, oil, and gas.

F 70: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Land Management, Bureau of.  Alaska.

Request for information re homesteading; prospecting permit for lead in LeFlore County, Oklahoma.

F 71: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Mines, Bureau of.

General.

Includes list of employees in the Bureau in the Third Congressional District of Oklahoma.

F 72: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Reclamation, Bureau of.  Printed material.

"Public Announcement No. 6 for the Columbia Basin Irrigation Project in the State of Washington"; Correspondence includes form letter from U. S. Representative John R. Murdock (Arizona). Pamphlet: Central Valley Project.

F 73: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Reclamation, Bureau of.  Printed material.

"General Study of Irrigation and Reclamation Problems"; "Rural Electrification Program."  Monthly Statistical Bulletin, No. 125 (July, 1951).  Re authorizations and loans approved.

F 74: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Defense Minerals Administration.

Mineral lease, request for information for development.  Newspaper clipping attached.

F 75: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Fish and Wildlife Service.  General.

Includes magazine clipping.  Correspondents includes Oklahoma State Representative C. Plowboy Edwards.

F 76: Interior, Department of the (1951).  General.

F 77: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Geological Survey.  General.

F 78: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Petroleum Administration for Defense.  General.

Includes handwritten notes and lengthy memorandum.  Correspondence includes form letter from U. S. Representative Frank T. Bow (Ohio) with attached statement and copy of letter to U. S. Representative Toby Morris.

F 79: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Southwestern Power Administration.  General.

Includes statistical material re "Western Missouri Projects."

F 80: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Southwestern Power Administration.  Speeches.

Three speeches by Douglas G. Wright, Administrator, SPA: (1) Lebanon, Missouri (June 29, 1951); (2) Okmulgee, Oklahoma (April 13, 1951); and (3) Cherokee, Oklahoma (April 10, 1951).

F 81: Interior, Department of the (1951).  Territories, Office of.  Guam.

Income tax, inquiry by constituent.

F 82: Justice, Department of (1951).  Federal Bureau of Investigation.  General.

F 83: Justice, Department of (1951).  General.

Includes resolution and newspaper clipping.  Correspondents include J. Howard McGrath (Attorney-General).  Correspondence includes copy of letter from U. S. Representative Toby Morris.

F 84: Justice, Department of (1951).  Immigration and Naturalization Service.  General.

Correspondents include Oklahoma State Senator Joe B.  Thompson.

F 85: Justice, Department of (1951).  Prison Bureau.

General.

F 86: Labor, Department of (1951).  General.

Copeland Anti-kickback Act and Davis-Bacon Act.  Includes printed matter; "Regulations and Principal Statutes Applicable to Contractors and Subcontractors on Public Building and Public Work"; "Anti-Kickback (Copeland) Act"; "Standards, Regulations, and Procedures with Respect to Administration and Enforcement ..."

F 87: Labor, Department of (1951).  Lists.

a. Labor Department's revised list of critical occupations."

b. Oklahoma State Employment Service managers.

F 88: Labor, Department of (1951).  Wage and Hour and Public Contracts Division.  Breaks in Morning and Afternoon for Employees.

Constituents' questions about.

F 89: Labor, Department of (1951).  Wage and Hour and Public Contracts Division.  Railroad Strike.

Response to.  Includes newspaper clipping.  Correspondence includes copy of telegram to Harry S. Truman.

F 90: Library of Congress (1951).  General.

Includes copy of poem, "Oh! Why Should the Spirit of Mortal Be Proud," by William Knox.

F 91: Library of Congress (1951).  General.

F 92: Library of Congress (1951).  Public Affairs Bulletin No. 89, "Middle East Oil in United States Foreign Policy."

Criticism of bulletin by certain oil company representatives.  [Copy of bulletin not included.]

F 93: Maritime Commission (1951).  General.

F 94: National Labor Relations Board (1951).  General.

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