CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 13

Box 14: National Guard (1952) - (1953).

F 1: National Guard (1952).  Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

Forty-fifth Division, expansion of area of the base, and constituents' reaction to; general information.  Includes newspaper clipping.

F 2: National Guard (1952).  Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

Forty-fifth Division, expansion of area of the base, and constituents' reaction to; general information.  Includes Congressional Record extract of remarks by U. S. Representative Olin E. Teague (Texas). Correspondents include Frank Pace, Jr. (Secretary of the Army) and U. S. Representative Olin E. Teague (Texas).

F 3: National Guard (1952).  Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

Forty-fifth Division, expansion of area of the base, and constituents' reaction to; general information.  Includes H. R. 5472.  Correspondence includes copy of letter to Frank Pace, Jr. (Secretary of the Army) from Johnston E. Murray (Governor of Oklahoma).

F 4: National Guard (1952).  Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

Forty-fifth Division, expansion of area of the base, and constituents' reaction to; general information.

F 5: National Guard (1952).  Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

Forty-fifth Division, expansion of area of the base, and constituents' reaction to; general information.  Includes resolution from Hobart Chamber of Commerce.

F 6: National Archives (1952).  General.

F 7: National Labor Relations Board (1952).  General.

F 8: Navy, Department of the (1952).  Yards and Docks, Bureau of.  General.

Includes printed material on McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot. 

F 9: Navy, Department of the (1952).  General.

F 10: Navy, Department of the (1952).  McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot.  Expansion and wage scale.

F 11: Navy, Department of the (1952).  McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot.  Expansion, wage scale, and general.

Includes H. R. 4914 and two announcements re Civil Service employment.

F 12: Navy, Department of the (1952).  McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot.  Wage scale and general information.

F 13: Navy, Department of the (1952).  Naval R.O.T.C.

Correspondence includes letter to CA as well as to U. S.  Senators Robert S. Kerr and A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 14: Pan American Union (1952).  General.

F 14b: Post Office (1952).

Correspondence re: job opening.

F 15: Railroad Retirement Board (1952).  General.

Includes decision of appeals board and newspaper clipping.

F 16: Railroad Retirement Board (1952).  General.

F 17: Reconstruction Finance Corporation (1952).  Loan requests.

F 18: Selective Service System (1952).  General.

Includes handwritten note and printed material re Packet Numbers 31 and 35, Transmittal Memorandum No. 50, and form letter from Lewis B. Hershey (Director).

F 19: Small Defense Plants Administration (1952-1953).  General.

Includes pamphlets "Small Defense Plants Administration"; "Government Loans to Small Defense Plants."

F 20: Smithsonian Institution (1952).  Boggy Depot and Cemetery (Atoka, Oklahoma).

Desire of constituents to have designated as historic site.

F 21: State, Department of (1952).  Churches of Christ in Italy, constituents' protest to closing of.

F 22: State, Department of (1952).  Churches of Christ in Italy, constituents' protest to closing of.

F 23: State, Department of (1952).  General.

Includes "Point 4 Technicians in the Field from the State of Oklahoma."  Correspondents include Dean G.  Acheson (Secretary of State), Jack K. McFall (Assistant Secretary of State), and Oklahoma State Senator Joe B. Thompson.

F 24: State, Department of (1952).  Controls, Office of.  Passport Division.  General.

F 25: State, Department of (1952).  Printed Matter.

"Oklahoma and Foreign Trade."

F 26: State, Department of (1952).  Prisoners-of-War.

General.  Correspondents include Jack K. McFall (Assistant Secretary of State).

F 27: Treasury, Department of the (1952).  Internal Revenue, Bureau of.  Federal Unemployment Tax Act.

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

F 28: Treasury, Department of the (1952).  Internal Revenue, Bureau of.  General.

Includes telephone messages and typed memorandum.  Correspondents include U. S. Representative Page Belcher and U. S. Senator Robert S. Kerr.

F 29: Treasury, Department of the (1952).  Narcotics, Bureau of.

Seizure of constituent's car.

F 30: Treasury, Department of the (1952).  General.

Includes printed material, "Selected Bibliography on Lost Mines."  Correspondence includes copy of letter to U. S. Senator Robert S. Kerr.

F 31: Treasury, Department of the (1952).  Internal Revenue, Reorganization of.

Includes printed material Senate Report 1748 (S. Res. 331); "General Nature of the Reorganization Plan"; "State by the President"; "Chronology of Internal Revenue Appointive Officers"; "The Management Improvement Program of the Bureau of Internal Revenue"; Correspondents include John W. Snyder (Secretary of the Treasury).

F 32: Treasury, Department of the (1952).  Secret Service.

Employment, constituent's problem with.

F 33: United Nations (1952).  General.

F 34: Veterans Affairs (1952).  General.

Includes resolution.

F 35: Veterans Affairs (1952).  General.

F 36: Veterans Affairs (1952).  GI Direct Loans.

F 37: War Claims Commission (1952).  General.

F 38: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Agriculture Research Administration.  Bureau of Animal Husbandry.

Correspondence re contaminated seed.

F 39: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Cotton: General.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include U. S. Representative John Jarman; Newsclippings re various cotton issues; Resolutions adopted by the Executive Committee of the North Carolina Cotton Promotion Committee.

F 40: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Cotton: Allotment Program.

Correspondence re proposed changes in apportioning cotton allotments.  Correspondents include U. S.  Congressman Thomas G. Abernathy; News Release: "Oklahoma Cotton Report" (July 1, 1953).

F 41: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Cotton: Cottonseed Cake Prices.

Correspondence re drought relief program and rise in cottonseed cake prices.  Correspondents include True D. Morse (Acting Secretary of Agriculture).

F 42: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Cotton: Foreign Trade.

Correspondence re foreign trade policy publications; Publication: Foreign Trade Division, National Cotton Council of America, re foreign trade policy considerations with emphasis on maintaining exports of cotton and cotton products (January 26, 1953).

F 43: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Cotton: Agricultural Education, Research, and Information.

Correspondence re recapture of proposed loss of funds for vocational agriculture; Resolution: Recommendations of the Committee on Production and Marketing (March 4, 1953); Research Publication: Oklahoma Agriculture Experiment Station: "Cotton Research for Oklahoma -- The Present and Future Program" (December, 1952).

F 44: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Cotton: Soil Conservation.

Correspondence re closing of regional soil conservation offices; Editorial: Elmer T. Peterson, re Secretary of Agriculture Benson's Reorganization of the Soil Conservation Service; Newsletters re Reorganization of the Soil Conservation Service (September 11 and September 15, 1953).

F 45: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Drought Program.

Correspondence re pleas for aid to farmers and livestock ranchers in Oklahoma.

F 46: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Drought Program.

a. Correspondence re drought relief, including aid and declarations of disaster areas.  Correspondents include Charles F. Brannan (Secretary of Agriculture), U. S. Representative Harold O. Lovre ( ), True D. Morse (Under Secretary of Agriculture), Raymond D. Gary (Acting Governor of Oklahoma), and Johnston E. Murray (Governor of Oklahoma).  Correspondence includes press copy of letter from Charles F. Brannan (Secretary of Agriculture) to U. S. Representative Clifford R. Hope (Kansas).

b. Resolution of distressed ranchers and farmers of LeFlore County, Oklahoma.

c. Resolutions directed to President Eisenhower adopted by the Executive Committee of the Oklahoma Cattleman's Association (July 11, 1953; August 27, 1953).

d. Resolution: Distressed ranchers and farmers of Pittsburg County, Oklahoma.

e. Resolution: Board of Supervisors of the Talihina Soil Conservation District on Drought conditions.

f. Resolution: Distressed ranchers and farmers of Latimer County, Oklahoma.

g. Newsclipping on Oklahoma drought.

h. Resolution adopted at the Fifty-sixth Annual Convention of the American National Cattlemen's Association (January 5-7, 1953).

i. Survey of Atoka County Cattlemen.

j. Press Release: President's Message to Congress on Drought (June 30, 1953).

F 47: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Experiment Station.

Publication: "Science Serving Agriculture -- Research Progress Biennial Report" (1946-1948); Publication: "Science Serving Agriculture.  Part II: Staff, Publications, and Financial Statement" (1946-1948).

F 48: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Extension Service.

Correspondence re continuance of the extension program; Publication: "Fifty Years' Progress in Oklahoma Agriculture" (1952).

F 49: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Farm Credit Administration.

Publication: "Report to the National Farm Loan Association from Governor I. W. Duggan" (June 30, 1952).

F 50: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Farm Credit Administration: Farm Credit Situation.

Statement: I. W. Duggan (Governor, Farm Credit Administration) to House Committee on Agriculture (April 21-24, 1953); statement from Duggan re ten years of co-op farm credit which covers the years 1942-1952.

F 51: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Farm Credit Administration.  Individual requests.

Correspondence re difficulties with constituents loan request.

F 52: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Farm Credit Administration.  Personnel.

Correspondence re Governor I. W. Duggan's resignation.

F 53: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Farm Credit Administration.  Personnel.

Correspondence re appointment of G. Beverly Irwin to the Third District Farm Credit Board.  Correspondents include U. S. Representative Ed Edmondson and U. S.  Senator Robert S. Kerr.

F 54: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Farm Credit Administration.  Personnel.

Correspondence re resignation of J. R. Isleib.

F 55: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Farm Credit Administration.  Personnel.

Correspondence re Beverly Irwin's appointment to the Farm Bureau.

F 56: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Farmers Home Administration. 

Correspondence re irrigation loans.  Correspondents include J. Earl Coke (Assistant Secretary of Agriculture).

F 57: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Farmers Home Administration.  Loan Requests.

Correspondence re constituent requests.

F 58: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Forest Service.

Correspondence; Publication: "America's Stake in World Forestry -- Excerpt from Report of the Chief of the Forest Service" (1952).

F 58b: Agriculture, Department of (1953). General.

a. Report of the Secretary of Agriculture for 1953 (1954).

b. The Daily Summary (newsletter).

c. Report on soil conservation in Oklahoma's Third Congressional District.

d. Newsletters from the Bureau of Agricultural Economics re parity.

e. Booklet on potato research in Maine

f. Memorandum and attachments re reorganization of the Department of Agriculture.

g. Brochure on fertilizer.

h. Miscellaneous correspondence. Correspondents include Ezra Taft Benson and Clifford G. McIntire.

F 59: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Peanuts.

Correspondence re imports.

F 60: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Peanuts.

Correspondence re constituent requests.

F 61: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Peanuts.

Correspondence re peanut program.

F 62: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Peanuts.

Correspondence re runner vs. Spanish peanuts.

F 63: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Production and Marketing Administration.  General.

F 64: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Production and Marketing Administration.

a. Correspondence re Agricultural Conservation Program.

b. Progress Report of the Randolph County Production and Marketing Administration.

c. Information Sheets re distribution of appropriated funds among 1952 ACP practices for Pushmataha County, Oklahoma.

d. Publication: 1952 Handbook -- Conservation Practices for Pushmataha County.

e. Publication: 1952 Handbook -- Agricultural Conservation Program for Oklahoma.

F 65: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Production and Marketing Administration.

a. Correspondence re cotton prices and allotments.

b. Press Release: "Secretary Benson Issues Statement on Cotton Acreage Allotment Determinations" (November, 1953).

c. News Release: "Daily Report of the USDA Available Releases and Reports."

d. Press Report: "CCC Commodities Available for Domestic Sale during November" (1953).

F 66: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Production and Marketing Administration.

a. Correspondence re commodities.

b. Resolution: Requesting that canned spinach be procured by the Government on a set-aside basis.

c. Publication: "The Oklahoma Agriculture Association Informer."

F 67: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Production and Marketing Administration. 

Correspondence re drought relief.

F 68: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Production and Marketing Administration.

Correspondence re Oklahoma PMA Committee; List of County and Community Committeemen.

F 69: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Production and Marketing Administration.

Correspondence re personnel changes.

F 70: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Production and Marketing Administration.

Correspondence re general request.

F 71: Agriculture, Department of (1952-1953).  Puerto Rico: Farm Bureau.

a. Correspondence re U. S. House Committee on Agriculture's visit to Puerto Rico (April 2-10, 1953); congratulatory letter to CA.

b. Itinerary: House Committee on Agriculture Visit to Puerto Rico (April 2-10, 1953).

c. Report: "Agricultural Conditions of Puerto Rico, 1953."  Brief to Hon. Ezra Taft Benson, Secretary of Agriculture.

d. Journal Copy: Sugar Journal.  XV, No. 12 (May, 1953).

F 72: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Rural Electrification Administration.

a. Correspondence re rural electric systems and their rights to generate electricity.

b. Report: U. S. District Court Opinion re rural electric system's right to borrow money from the Rural Electrification Administration.

c. Annual Report: Administrator's Report of the Rural Electrification Administration for the Year 1952."

F 73: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Choctaw Electric Cooperative.

Telegram; names area REA managers as requested; Correspondence re constituents' request for help in getting electricity installed in their communities.

F 74: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Cotton Electric Cooperative.

Correspondence re request for consideration of attached resolution drafted by farmer-members of the Cooperative.

F 75: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Rural Electrification Administration: Cooperatives: Kiamichi Electric Cooperative.

Correspondence re rate increases, telephone service, office building construction and employment problems.  Correspondents include (Administrator of the Rural Electrification Administration).

F 76: Agriculture, Department of (1953).  Shawnee Milling Company.

Correspondence re plight of the flour milling industry; discusses problems the industry has faced since the end of World War II; Chart: Wheat situation in various states.

F 77: Air Force, Department of the (1953).  General.

Correspondence re support for stronger air force and re security clearance for manufacturer of aircraft parts.

F 78: Air Force, Department of the (1953).  Air Force Academy.

Correspondence favoring Enid, Oklahoma, as site for the new Air Force Academy.

F78B: Air Force, Department of the (1953). Ardmore Air Base.

Topics include construction and employment at the base.

F 79: Air Force, Department of the (1953).  Civil Air Patrol.

Annual Report for the Year 1952 by the Civil Air Patrol.

F 80: Air Force, Department of the (1953).  Davis Air Force Base, Muskogee.

Correspondence re reactivation of the base; Newspaper clipping re non-reactivation of the base.

F 81: Air Force, Department of the (1953).  Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma City.

Correspondence re reduction of personnel at the base; Publication: Tinker Air Force Base: "Wing Tips."

F 82: Army, Department of the (1953).  General.

Correspondence re complaint about too many high-ranking officers in the Pentagon.

F 83: Army, Department of the (1953).  General.

Report: Army Battle Casualties and Non-Battle Deaths in World War II.

F 84: Army, Department of the (1953).  Corps of Engineers.

Correspondence re water projects in Oklahoma.

F 85: Army, Department of the (1953).  Corps of Engineers.

Correspondence re leasing of land at Ardmore Air Force Base, asking for investigation of resident engineer.

F 86: Army, Department of the (1953).  Corps of Engineers.

Correspondence primarily with extension of lumber contract between the Corps and an Antlers, Oklahoma, Lumber Company.

Boxes 15, 16, and 17 no longer exist.

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