CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 12

Box 13: Commerce (1952) - Labor (1952).

F 1: Commerce, Department of (1952).  Census, Bureau of the.  Employment requests.

F 2: Commerce, Department of (1952).  Census, Bureau of the.  Information requests.  Resolution attached.

F 3: Commerce, Department of (1952).  Census, Bureau of the.  Printed material.

"1950 Census of Housing -- Advance Report" (January 4, 1952).

F 4: Commerce, Department of (1952).  Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Bureau of.

Charcoal companies, constituent request for names and addresses.

F 5: Commerce, Department of (1952).  Civil Aeronautics Administration.  Central Airlines.

Holdenville and Wewoka service cancellations, constituents' opposition to.  Correspondents include Donald W. Nyrop (Chairman, Civil Aeronautics Board.)

F 6: Commerce, Department of (1952).  Civil Aeronautics Administration.  Central Airlines.

McAlester/Ardmore/Durant Service.  Correspondence re service.  Includes CA statement and memorandum.

F 7: Commerce, Department of (1952).  Civil Aeronautics Administration.  Central Airlines.

McAlester/Ardmore/Durant Service.  Correspondence re service.  Includes printed materials.  Correspondents include Keith Kahle (President, Central Airlines), C. F.  Horne (Administrator, Civil Aeronautics Administration), and Donald W. Nyrop (Chairman, Civil Aeronautics Board).

F 8: Commerce, Department of (1952).  Civil Aeronautics Administration.  Central Airlines.

Newspaper clippings.

F 9: Commerce, Department of (1952).  Civil Aeronautics Administration.  General.

F 10: Commerce, Department of (1952).  Civil Aeronautics Administration.  Printed Materials.

"CAA Announces the 1953 Federal Aid Airport Program."

F 11: Commerce, Department of (1952).  General.

Correspondence includes copy of letter to U. S. Representative Victor Wickersham.

F 12: Commerce, Department of (1952).  Inventors' Council.

General.

F 13: Commerce, Department of (1952).  National Bureau of Standards.  General.

F 14: Commerce, Department of (1952).  National Production Authority.  General. 

Correspondents include Manly Fleischmann (Administrator, National Production Authority).

F 15: Commerce, Department of (1952).  National Production Authority.  General.

Includes list of locations in Oklahoma where Daily Consolidated Synopsis of proposed procurement and weekly contract awards of $25,000 or more may be obtained; "Statement: The Scott and Fetzer Company, Cleveland, Ohio, Manufacturers of 'Kirby Vacuum Cleaners.'"

F 16: Commerce, Department of (1952).  Business Economics, Office of.

General.

F 17: Commerce, Department of (1952).  Patent Office.

General.

F 18: Commerce, Department of (1952).  Patent Office.

General.

F 19: Commerce, Department of (1952).  Patent Office.

Printed material. Pamphlet "General Information Concerning Patents."

F 19b: Defense, Department of (1952). Korean War Casualty Lists.

F 20: Defense Mobilization (1952).  General.

Correspondence includes copy of letter to Charles F.  Wilson (Director of Defense Mobilization).

F 21: Defense Production Administration (1952).  Defense Production Act.

Constituents' reaction to and general.

F 21b: Defense Production Administration (1952). Housing.

Critical Housing Area.

F 22: Defense Production Administration (1952).  Printed material.

"Defense Production Digests" (January 25, 1952); (February 4, 1952). Brief (May 5, 1952).

F 23: Displaced Persons Commission (1952).  General.

F 24: Economic Stabilization Agency (1952).  Price Stabilization, Office of.  Price Controls.

Opposition to OPS.  Includes newspaper clipping.  Correspondents include Ellis Arnall (Director, Office of Price Administration).  Correspondence includes copy of letter to U. S. Senators Robert S. Kerr and A. S. Mike Monroney and U. S. Representative Victor Wickersham.

F 25: Economic Stabilization Agency (1952).  Salary Stabilization, Office of.

General.

F 26: Economic Stabilization Agency (1951-1952).  Wage Stabilization Board.

Correspondents include Nathan P. Feinsinger (Chairman, Wage Stabilization Board).

F 26b: Emergency Agencies (1952). Civil Defense Administration.

Various pamphlets on safety releases.

F 27: Federal Civil Defense Administration (1952).  Central Training School at Stillwater.

Closing of school.

F 28: Federal Communications Commission (1952).  General.

Correspondents include Paul A. Walker (Chairman, Federal Communications Commission).

F 29: Federal Communications Commission (1952).  Printed material.

Two addresses by Paul A. Walker (February 20, 1952) and (April 2, 1952); Two decisions by the Commission; Statement by Paul A. Walker before State Legislative Council (July 29, 1952).

F 30: Federal Communications Commission (1952).  Radio.

Correspondents include Paul A. Walker (Chairman, Federal Communications Commission).

F 31: Federal Communications Commission (1952).  Television.

Statement by Paul A. Walker, Chairman of the Commission, attached.  [The same material is in file 29 above.] Correspondents include Paul A. Walker.

F 32: Federal Communications Commission (1952).  Walker, Paul A.

Oklahoma delegation's endorsement of Walker as Chairman of the Commission, addressed to the President.  File has letter from Walker to CA.

F 33: Federal Communications Commission (1952).  Western Union.

Idabel Office.  Decision by the Commission attached.  Correspondents include Wayne Coy (Chairman, Federal Communications Commission).

F 34: Federal Security Agency (1952).  Food and Drug Administration.

DDT, complaint of constituent to contents of and FDA's explanation.  Correspondents include Charles W. Crawford (Commissioner, Food and Drug Administration).

F 35: Federal Security Agency (1952).  General.

F 36: Federal Security Agency (1952).  Education, Office of.  Federal Assistance to Schools.

Notification of and problems with.

F 37: Federal Security Agency (1952).  Education, Office of. Federal Assistance to Schools.

Notification of and problems with.

F 38: Federal Security Agency (1952).  Education, Office of. Federal Assistance to Schools.

Notification of and problems with.

F 39: Federal Security Agency (1952).  Education, Office of.

General.

F 40: Federal Security Agency (1952).  Education, Office of.

List of all school districts in Oklahoma which submitted applications for school construction assistance under Public Law 815.

F 41: Federal Security Agency (1952).  Education, Office of.

Printed material. Form letter re Controlled Materials Plan; "Defense Information Bulletin."  (January 11, 1952) (January 29, 1952), and (November 27, 1951); H. R. 5411.

F 42: Federal Security Agency (1952).  Education, Office of.

Printed material. Public Law 815. Public Law 874. Public Law 759.

F 43: Federal Security Agency (1952).  Education, Office of.

Statement by U. S. Senator Robert S. Kerr before Committee on Appropriations.  Includes letter from RSK to CA.

F 44: Federal Security Agency (1952).  Public Health Service.

Funds appropriated and general information.

F 45: Federal Security Agency (1952).  Social Security Administration.  Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors Benefits.

Includes map showing office locations of Railroad Retirement Boards.

F 46: Federal Security Agency (1952).  Social Security Administration.  Bureau of Public Assistance.

Includes "Standards for a Merit System of Personnel Administration."

F 47: Federal Security Agency (1952).  Social Security Administration.  General.

F 47b: Federal Trade Commission (1952).

Correspondence re: unfair trade practices.

F 48: General Services Administration (1952).  General.

F 49: Government Printing Office (1952).  General.

F 50: Housing and Home Finance Agency (1952).  Federal Housing Administration.  General.

Correspondents include Oklahoma State Senator Keith Cartwright and Franklin D. Richards (Commission, Federal Housing Administration).  Correspondence includes copy of letter to U. S. Representative W. G. Stigler.

F 51: Housing and Home Finance Agency (1952).  Federal Housing Administration.  General.

Attached "The Oklahoma Cooperative Housing Story."

F 52: Housing and Home Finance Agency (1952).  Public Housing Administration.  Victory Park Housing Project, McAlester.

Constituents' reactions to problems and rent increase.  Includes membership list, Victory Park Tenants' Association.

F 53: Housing and Home Finance Agency (1952).  Public Housing Administration.  Victory Park Housing Project, McAlester.

Constituents' reactions to problems and rent increase.  Includes memorandum.

F 54: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Carter Seminary, Ardmore, Oklahoma.

Need for funds to build recreational center.

F 55: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Five Civilized Tribes.  Land.

Constituents' desire to have restrictions removed and general information.

F 56: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Indian Welfare.

Welfare, old age assistance, and federal income tax.

F 57: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Land.

Tax exemption and requests for removal of restrictions.

F 58: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Muskogee Area Office.  General.

Includes application for federal employment from a constituent and miscellaneous filer.  Correspondents include U. S. Representative W. G. Stigler.

F 59: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Muskogee Area Office.  Land.

Removal of restrictions, per capita payments, and sale of land to qualify for old-age assistance.

F 60: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Muskogee Area Office.  Land.

Removal of restrictions, per capita payments, and sale of land to qualify for old-age assistance.

F 61: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Muskogee Area Office.  List.

Enrolled living members of the Chickasaw Nation.

F 62: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Muskogee Area Office.  List.

Enrolled living members of the Chickasaw Nation.  [Similar but not identical to File 61.]

F 63: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Muskogee Area Office.  List.

Enrolled living members of the Choctaw Nation.

F 64: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Muskogee Area Office.  List.

Enrolled living members of the Choctaw Nation.  [Similar but not identical to File 63.]

F 65: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Muskogee Area Office.  Probate Attorney.

Move of office from Ardmore to Durant, reaction to.

F 66: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Muskogee Area Office.  Proof of Heirship.

Claim of heirship and per capita payments.

F 67: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.  Muskogee Area Office.  Talihina Hospital.

F 68: Interior, Department of the (1950-1952).  Land Management, Bureau of. 

Constituents' desire to lease land, homesteading, and general information.  Includes advertisement by Bureau re lands offered through sealed bids. Also, correspondence with C. C. Dunlap, president of Eastern Oklahoma A & M College, concerning the college's use (and interest in obtaining) of Choctaw-Chickasaw lands.

F 69: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Mines, Bureau of.

General. Includes printed material, "Petroleum and Natural-Gas Research Program, Bureau of Mines, Fiscal Year 1951."

F 70: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Reclamation, Bureau of.

Constituent desire to homestead in Rocky Mountain states.

F 71: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Choctaw Chief election.  Constituents' concern with method of selection.

F 72: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Choctaw Chief election.  Constituents' concern with method of selection.

F 73: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Choctaw Chief election.  Constituents' concern with method of selection. 

Includes form letter.

F 74: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Choctaw Chief election.  Constituents' concern with method of selection. 

Includes newspaper clippings, one re Angie Debo.  Correspondents include Oscar Chapman (Secretary of the Interior), and Harry J. W. Belvin (Principal Chief, Choctaw Nation).  Correspondence includes copy of letter to U. S. Senator Elmer Thomas and copy of letter to U. S. Senator A. S.  Mike Monroney.

F 75: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Choctaw Chief election.  Newspaper clippings.

F 76: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Choctaw Chief election.  Petitions and resolutions, including some cover letters.

F 77: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Choctaw Chief election.  Petitions and resolutions, including some cover letters.

F 78: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Choctaw Chief election.  Petitions and resolutions, including some cover letters.

F 79: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Fish and Wildlife Service.  General.

Correspondents include U. S. Senator Elmer Thomas.

F 80: Interior, Department of the (1952).  General.

Includes two form letters from Service Record Division.

F 81: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Geological Survey.

General. Includes "Availability of Geological Survey Maps to Senators and Representatives."

F 82: Interior, Department of the (1952).  National Park Service.  General.

Correspondents include Oklahoma State Senator Joe B.  Thompson.

F 83: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Petroleum Administration for Defense.

General.

F 84: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Solicitor, Office of the.

Correspondence includes copy of letter to Wilburn Cartwright.

F 85: Interior, Department of the (1952).  Southwestern Power Administration.

Includes handwritten notes and news release re severe drought conditions.

F 86: Interstate Commerce Commission (1952).  Freight rates and general information. 

Correspondents include U. S.  Representative John E. Rankin (Mississippi).

F 87: Justice, Department of (1952).  Prisons, Bureau of.

General.

F 88: Justice, Department of (1952).  Federal Bureau of Investigation.  General.

Correspondents include J. Edgar Hoover.

F 89: Justice, Department of (1952).  General.

Includes Senate Report re reorganization of the Department of Justice.  Correspondence includes copy of letter to James P. McGranery (Attorney-General).

F 90: Justice, Department of (1952).  Immigration and Naturalization Service. 

Case studies and general.  Correspondents include Oklahoma State Senator Joe B. Thompson.

F 91: Justice, Department of (1952).  Immigration and Naturalization Service.

Case studies and general.  Includes notes and H. R. 3962.

F 92: Justice, Department of (1947-1952).  Immigration and Naturalization Service.

Case of Hildegard Schlecht.

F 93: Justice, Department of (1952).  Immigration and Naturalization Service.  Printed material.

"Petition for Issuance of Immigration Visa"; "Affidavit of Support"; H. Con. Res. 191.

F 94: Justice, Department of (1952).  Pardon and Parole Board.

General.

F 95: Justice, Department of (1952).  Parole Board.

General case study.  Includes handwritten letter by CA.

F 96: Library of Congress (1952).  Copyrights.

Constituent inquiry re tie clasp.

F 97: Library of Congress (1952).  General.

Includes memorandum re "The United States Quarterly Book Review."  Correspondents include U. S. Senator Theodore Francis Green (Rhode Island).

F 98: Library of Congress (1952).  General.

Includes lengthy memorandum, "Policies and Procedures Governing the Loan of Materials by the Library of Congress."

F 99: Library of Congress (1952).  Legislative Reference Service.

Lengthy summary of actions by the Committee on House Administration and its Library Subcommittee.

F 100: Labor, Department of (1952).  General.

Includes flier, "Migratory Labor in American Agriculture" and order form.

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