CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 95

Box 96: Commerce (1972) - Environment (1972)

F 1: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Economic Development Administration:  Southern Oklahoma Development Association (SODA). 

a. Report:  Southern Oklahoma Development Association:  "Component I - Management and Budget".

b. Correspondence re Integrated Grants Administration; Courtney Reservoir and SOSA's annual meeting; Courtney reservoir; Development District Program; revised work program; National Demonstration Project on Inter-governmental Relations; Antlers water project; technical assistance project; Chickasaw lands named redevelopment areas; solid waste project; development of Technical Assistance Handbook; intergovernmental demonstration project.  Correspondents include Caspar W. Weinberger.

c. Report:  Southern Oklahoma Development Association:  "Initial Certification Period - Annual Work Program" 35 pages.

d. Contract Newsletter:  SODA (July 1972).

e. Grant announcement.

f. Contract Newsletter: SODA (July 1972).

g Office memo and News Release: Office of Speaker:  "Waste Watchers" (August 28, 1972). 

h. Clipping.

i. Office notes.

F 2: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Exports.

Report:  Secretary of Commerce:  "Export Control" (May 15, 1972).  79 pages.

F 3: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Exports:  Cattle Hides.

a. News Release:  Office of the Secretary of Commerce:  "Secretary Peterson Announces Export Controls on Cattle hides to Reduce Inflationary Pressures" (July 15, 1972).

b. Correspondences re cattle hide export controls.

c. News Release:  Office of the Speaker:  "House Passes Bill Designed to Overturn Commerce Department Order on Cattle hide Exports" (August 3, 1972).

F 4: Commerce, Department of (1972).  General.

a. Correspondence re economic development of Dallas region; multinational corporations on U.S. and world economies; national computer markets; carpet and rug standards; Arctic Winter Games; effects of international investment of U.S. economy..

b. Report:  Honeywell:  "Annual Report" (1971) 46 pages.  Cover letter included.

F 5: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Indians.

Correspondence re funding for Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity, Inc.  Funding proposal included; `OK' Indian Business Development Program.

F 6: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Ozarks Regional Commission.

Report:  Ozarks Regional Commission:  "Report to the Office of the Secretary of U.S. Department of Commerce on Ozarks Regional Resource Management Information System (RRMIS)" (January 1972) 17 pages.  Cover letter included.

F 7: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Ozarks Regional Commission.

a. Memoranda Nos. 6-16, 19, 24, 25, 27 (February 22 - December 1, 1972) re Federal Programs.

b. 17 press releases (March 13 - August 16, 1972) Primarily Grant announcements.

c. Various office notes and memos.

F 8: Commerce, Department of (1972).  U.S./Soviet.

a. Report:  Commerce Secretary:  "U.S.-Soviet Commercial Relationships in a New Era" (August 1972) 76 pages.  Cover letter included.

b. Correspondence re U.S./Soviet trade agreement.  Correspondents include Peter Peterson.  Press Release:  Office of White House Press Secretary:  "Fact Sheet - joint US - USSR Commercial Commission" 16 pages.

F 9: Commerce, Department of (1972).  U.S. Travel Service.

Report:  United States Travel Service:  "Selling the USA - 16th Program Report" (January - December 1971) 28 pages.  Cover letter included.

F 10: Defense, Department of (1972).  Air Force.

a. Correspondence re Michael Nave's appointment to Air Force Academy; Correspondence re 937th Miliary Airlift group; 73rd Aero-Medical evacuation unit; availability of Air Force Plant #3 at Tulsa for acquisition by community; building for Masons on Clark AFB; development of B-1 bomber; AF ROTC unit at Southeastern State College; contract to buy AF cranes; Hound Dog II program. Correspondents include William J. Gooden (OK). 

b. House Concurrent Resolution No. 1085.

c. Office Notes.

F 11: Defense, Department of (1972).  Air Force:  Air National Guard (Oklahoma). 

Correspondence re Tulsa National Guard Unit 138 receiving c-130 Transport planes.

F 12: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers:  Albany Reservoirs.

a. Office Memo and Clipping.

b. Statement by City of Durant, Durant Chamber of Commerce, and Area Development Committee in Support of Albany Reservoir (May 9, 1972).

F 13: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers:  Arkansas Basin Development Association.

a. News Letters (December 16, 1971 and May 18, 1972).

b. Brochure:  Arkansas Basin Development Association:  "Progress Within Our Environment" (1972).

F 14: Defense, Department of (19720.  Army:  Corps of Engineers:  Arkansas River. 

a. Correspondence re sites in Oklahoma and Arkansas to be used as a terminal facility to load barges of ammunition and general cargo for shipment to New Orleans.

b. Contract award announcements.

c. Clipping.

d. Map/Brochure:  U.S. Army Engineer District: "McClellan - Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System" (1972).  Cover letter included.

F 15: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers:  Big/Little Sallisaw Creek.

Correspondence re small navigation project on Sallisaw Creeks.

F 16: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers:  Boswell Dam.

Correspondence re proposes Boswell Reservoir.

F 17: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers:  Cache Creek.

News Release:  Office of Representative Happy Camp:  "Cache Creek Feasibility Study Approved" (October 17, 1972).

F 18: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers:  Central Oklahoma.

Copy of guest editorial from the McAlester News Capital on Central Oklahoma Canal through Lake Eufaula.

F 19: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers:  Clayton Dam.

Correspondence re Public Works Appropriations bill passage; status of Clayton Lake project.

F 20: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army: Corps of Engineers:  Cookietown.

a. Correspondence re proposed Cookietown project.

b. Clipping.

c. New Bulletin:  Oklahoma's Water Resources:  (June 1972).

F 21: Defense, Department of (1972).  Courtney Reservoir.

Correspondence re organization of an irrigation district to distribute water from proposed Courtney Reservoir.

F 22: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers:  Deep Fork/Central Oklahoma Project.

a. Correspondence re extending navigation from McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System to near OKC; central OK navigation extension remarks for CA to make to Deep Fork Watershed Association; Deep Fork Watershed Association meeting; work on Arcadia Reservoir Project.

b. Newsletter on Deep Fork Watershed project.  Cover letter included.  (February 1, 1972).

c. Newsletter to Deep Fork Watershed Association (April 4, 1972); (June 1972); (October 1, 1972)..

d. Notice of Advance Engineering and Design Studies - Arcadia Lake, Deep Fork River, Oklahoma (June 28, 1972).

F 23: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers: Elm Creek.

Correspondence re salt studies' on the Red and Arkansas Rivers funding for construction.

F 24: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers:  General.

a. 1970 Map of Oklahoma

b. House Report 92-1151 (H.R. 15586): "Public Works For Water and Power Development and Atomic Energy Commission Appropriation Bill, 1973" Ninety - Second Congress; Second Session (1972).

c. House Report 92-1310 (H.R. 15586):  "Public Works Appropriations, 1973" Ninety-Second Congress; Second Session (1972).

d. H.R.  15586 (Reported Print):  "Making appropriations for public works for water and power development..." (Elvins - Tennessee).  Ninety - Second Congress; Second Session (1972).  Committee on Appropriations.

e. H.R. 15586 (Senate-amended Print):  "Making appropriations for public works for water and power development..."  Ninety-Second Congress; Second Session (1972).

f. Office Notes.

g. Correspondence re Real Estate Project Office in Hugo; appropriations to Civil Works Program; federal wildlife refuge.

F 25: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers: Kaw Reservoir.

Correspondence re public works appropriation bill; camp relocation due to Kaw Dam and Reservoir Project.

F 26: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers:  Keystone Reservoir.

Correspondences re getting Walnut Creek Park on Lake Keystone back for use by the people.

F 27: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army: Corps of Engineers: Lake Texoma.

Correspondence re Little Glasses Resort ownership; irrigation water from Lake Texoma; trailer dump stations in Texoma area.

F 28: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers:  Lake Wister.

Correspondence re raising water level in Lake Wister.

F 29: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers; Lukfata Reservoir.

a. Correspondence re environmental statements and funds of Lukfata.

b. Office memo.

c. Copy of clipping.

F 30: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army: Corps of Engineers: McGee Creek.

Correspondence re status of proposed McGee Creek Reservoir.

F 31: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers: Mississippi River.

Correspondence re flood control of Mississippi River in Winona, MN.

F 32: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers: Mountain Fork/Pine Creek.

Copies of clippings.

F 33: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army: Corps of Engineers:  Oklahoma National Recreational Area.

a. Copy of clipping.

b. Correspondence in support of proposed eastern OK National Recreational Area; public meeting on establishment of eastern OK National Recreational Area.; environmental assessment of recreation area.

c. Draft:  Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District:  "Environmental Assessment - Oklahoma Unit of the National Recreation Area System" (1972) 11 pages.

F 34: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers:  Personnel.

a. Correspondence re Carlyle Charles' transfer to Deputy Division Engineer for Civil Works in Omaha, NE.

b. News Release:  Office of the Chief of Engineers:  "Colonel John G. Driskill is Named District Engineer at Tulsa" (October 30, 1972).

F 35: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers: Poteau River.

Correspondence re small navigation project on Poteau River.

F 36: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers: Red River.

a. Copy of Clipping.

b. Newsletter:  Red River Valley Association: (May 25, 1972).

c. Announcement of Public Meeting to discuss the plan of improvement which is being considered for Red River Waterway project.  (July 17, 1972).

d. Mailing lists.

F 37: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers: Red Rock.

Correspondence in opposition to proposed Red Rock reservoir site.

F 38: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers:  Skiatook. 

Correspondence re Skiatook Dam and Reservoir.

F 39: Defense, department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers: Tamaha Reservoir.

Correspondence re development of recreation area on Kerr Lake near Tamaha.

F 40: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army: Corps of Engineers: Waurika Dam.

a. Correspondence re closing of Hugo real estate project office.

b. Office note.

F 41: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Corps of Engineers:  Wichita River.

a. Correspondence re public meeting on Wichita River part of the Water Quality Control Project.

b. Announcement of above public meeting.

c. Mailing list.

F 41b: Defense, Department of (1972). Army: Corps of Engineers: Wister Lake.

F 42: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Fort Sill.

Correspondence re situation that is having adverse effects on dental economy in Ft. Sill- Lawton area.

F 43: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army: General.

a. Brochure:  Association of the U.S. Army:  "Resolutions Adopted at 1971 Annual Meeting" (October 13, 1971) 16 pages.  Cover letter included.

b. Correspondence re military/civilian pay raise; Army's Medical Research Program; tour of key installations; experience in Army; early release policies.

F 44: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army:  Judge Advocate General.

Report:  John Jay Douglas and Thomas E. Workman:  "Educational Program for the Service Lawyer" (1972) 25 pages.  Cover letter included.

F 45: Defense, Department of (1972).  Army: National Guard/Reserves.

Correspondence re retirement of OK Adjutant General, major General L.E. Weber; Reserve Component general officer problem; locating additional helicopter company for Guthrie Army Reserve unit; State Senator James E. Hamilton request for inactive status in the U.S. Army Reserve.   Correspondents include Melvin Laird.

F 46: Defense, Department of (1972).  Budget.

Correspondence re defense budget appropriations; Senator McGovern's reduced budget proposal.

F 47: Defense, Department of 91972).  Camp Gruber.

a. Copy of clipping.

b. Office note.

c. News Release:  Oklahoma House Delegation:  "Legislation introduced to transfer title of Camp Gruber National Guard facility to State of OK" (May 17, 1972).

d. Correspondence re draft bill on Camp Gruber; procurement of Camp Gruber.  Correspondents include David Hall and Ed Edmondson (OK).

e. Copies of House Report 83-1768, Senate Report 83-1639 and Chapter 482 - Public Law 493 (H.R. 9340).

F 48: Defense, Department of (1972).  Cemeteries.

Burial and cemetery policy.

F 49: Defense, Department of (1972).  Civil Defense.

a. Report:  Office of Civil Defense:  "In Time of Emergency - A Citizen's Handbook on Nuclear Attacks, Natural Disasters" (March 1968) 92 pages.

b. Correspondence re Community Fallout Shelter Plan for Cotton Co.; Community Fallout Shelter Plan for LeFlore Co.

F 50: Defense, Department of (1972).  Drugs.

Correspondence re mass punishment due to drug problem of Battalion Personnel.

F 51: Defense, Department of (1972).  General.

a. Report:  Aerospace Industries Association of America, Inc.:  "International R&D Trends and Policies - An Analysis of Implications for the U.S."  (January 1972) 56 pages.  Cover letter included.

b. Correspondence re standardization and equalization of housing policy on military bases; Boston Fire Department Fire Prevention Week Parade; press meeting with Secretary Laird of Defense; incident in which a Japanese woman was allegedly murdered by a USAF member; excess number of military personnel. Correspondents include Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr. (MA).

c. News Release:  Honeywell, Inc.:  "Honeywell Responds to War Production Critics" (April 18, 1972).

d. News Release:  Office of Assistant Secretary of Defense:  "New Procedures Instituted to Standardize and Simplify Physical Examinations for Service Academy Applicants" (April 25, 1972). 

e. Annual Report of the Defense Supply Agency (F Y 1971) 71 p.

f. Carl Albert response to soldier who wants out of the military at any cost. Letter is typical of those found in casework where Albert urges against accepting a dishonorable discharge.

F 52: Defense, Department of (1972).  Marines.

Correspondence re Ft. Belvoir USMA Preparatory School.

F 53: Defense, Department of (1972).  National Guard.

Correspondence re Reserve Forces; changes in National Guard and Reserve roles.  Correspondents include David Hall (OK); capsule report on OK National Guard.

F 54: Defense, Department of (1972).  Navy.

a. Correspondence re first sea trials of U.S.S. Drum; first sea trials of U.S.S. Silversides; address of Admiral William F. Raborn, Jr.; "Operation Little People"; efforts of Mid-America Aviation, Inc. to obtain contracts fro Naval Air Systems Command; U.S.S. Repose addition to Christian Medical Mission Group; retirement of John McCain, Jr. as commander in chief of Pacific; personnel changes; treatment of civilian personnel at the Terminal Island Navy Shipyard; proposals for Naval facilities closing.

b. Announcement of Navy ROTC Scholarship recipients. 

c. Report:  "Mid-America Aviation, Inc."

d. Information on U.S.S. Baton Rouge SSN 689.

e. Newsletter:  "The Defense Monitor" (May 1972).

F 55: Defense, Department of (1972).  Navy:  Naval Ammunition Depot, McAlester.

a. Correspondence re overpass needed at Naval Ammunition Depot, bomb-loading facility; reduction in force; Armed Forces Day events..

b. News Release:  Office of Assistant Secretary of Defense:  "Authorization Sought from Congress for Military Construction Projects" (March 23, 1972).

c. Draft legislation re Defense Department military construction.

F 55b: Defense, Department of (1972). Navy: Naval Ammunition Depot, McAlester.

F 55c: Defense, Department of (1972). Navy: Naval Ammunition Depot, McAlester. Land Study.

Correspondence: re: land utilization study of the ammunition depot.

F 55d: Defense, Department of (1972). Navy: Naval Ammunition Depot, McAlester. Personnel Conversions.

Correspondence: re: upgrade of temporary employees to full-time, permanent positions.

F 55e: Defense, Department of (1972). Navy: Naval Ammunition Depot, McAlester. Publications

Newsletter. The McANAD News.

F 56: Defense, Department of (1972).  Nuclear Weapons.

a. Correspondence re arms race with Soviet Union.  Correspondents include James E. Hamilton (OK).

b. Report:  "Safeguard Information".

F 57: Defense, Department of (1972).  Overseas Schools.

Report:  Department of Defense:  "Overseas Employment Opportunities for Educators".  Cover letter included.

F 58: Defense, Department of (1972).  Pensions.

Correspondence re Senate bill containing recomputation of military retired pay provision.

F 59: Defense, Department of (1972).  Procurement.

Correspondence re corruption in buying processed of Defense Department; GAO Formal Protest Before Award; procurement and production.

F 60: Defense, Department of (1972).  Vietnam.

a.  Brochure:  Neil Sheehan & Sidney Hillman Foundation: "Lessons from the Pentagon Papers" (May 2, 1972).

b. Correspondence re highlights of Vietnam Military activities; release of war information; My Lai incident; war crimes allegations and investigations by armed services.

c. Memo:  Secretary Laird - Defense on Vietnam activities.

d. Correspondence re release of war information.

F 61: Defense, Department of (1972).  Viet Nam: Prisoners-of-War.

a. Correspondences re POW's.

b. Statement of Dr. Roger E. Shields, Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of Defense before the Armed Services Committee (October 10, 1972).  Cover letter included.

c. Brochure: Department of Defense: "Information Pamphlet" (1972) 13 pages.  Cover letter included.

F 62: District of Columbia (1972).

Report:  National Capital Downtown Committee, Inc.:  "Downtown Progress" (1972) 10 pages.  Cover letter included.

F 63: Emergency Preparedness, Office of (1972).  Davis Tornado.  a.Office Notes.

F 64: Emergency Preparedness, Office of (1972).  General.

a. Correspondence re 1972 drought; weather modification to increase rainfall; price of domestic crude oil; expiration of wage and price controls.

b. Newspaper Clippings re drought and emergency FHA loans.

F 65: Emergency Preparedness, Office of (1972).  Southeastern Oklahoma Flood.

a. Copies of Clippings.

b. Correspondences re emergency and disaster area declaration; disaster relief fund; disaster assistance flooding; Wilburton's disaster relief money; McCurtain County bridge..

c. News Release: Office of Emergency Preparedness:  "Presidential Disaster Aid to Oklahomans Reaches $550,000 for December Flooding" (October 17, 1972).

F 66: Environment (1972).  Council on Environmental Quality.

Report:  Council on Environmental Quality:  "The Economic Impact of Pollution Control" (March 1972) 42 pages.  Cover letter included.

F 67: Environment (1972).  General.

a. Correspondence re OK gaming laws; Southern Environmental Resources Conference Resolutions; environmental protection and energy conservation.

b. Newsletter:  American Iron and Steel Institute:  "Steel Can Recycling" (November 1972).

F 68: Environment (1972).  Publications.

a. Report:  Oklahoma Water Resources Research Institute:  "Water Resources Research in Oklahoma" (December 1971) 72 pages.  Cover letter included.

b. Report:  Better Homes and Gardens:  "Environment Yes, Hysteria No" (1971) 32 pages.  Cover letter included.

c. Report:  Bank of America:  "Getting Down to Earth" (1972) 72 pages.  Cover letter included.

d. Report: Citizen's Advisory Committee on Environmental Quality: "Annual Report to the President and to The Council on Environmental Quality." May 1972. 72 p.

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