CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 114

Box 115: White House (1973) - Agriculture (1974).

F 1: White House (1973). Cost of Living Council: Oil and Gas:  Oklahoma Correspondence (August - October ).

Correspondence:  re:  Phase IV controls on oil production; proposed roll back in domestic crude oil prices.

F 2: White House (1973). Cost of Living Council: Oil and Gas:  Out-of-Correspondence.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Phase IV regulations on petroleum.

b. News Release:  Cost of Living Council:  "Freeze Extended on Petroleum."  (August 10, 1973).

c. Report:  Cost of Living Council:  "Phase IV Oil Regulations" (August 17, 1973).

F 3: White House (1973). Cost of Living Council: Publications.

a. Information Packet:  Cost of Living Council:  "Phase III" (1973).  Cover Letter included.

b. Booklet:  Cost of Living Council:  "Freeze and Phase IV" (June 18, 1973).  63 pages.

F 4: White House (1973). Cost of Living Council: Publications.

a. Report:  Cost of Living Council:  "Economic Stabilization Program Quarterly Report" (1973).  90 pages.

b. Booklet:  Cost of Living Council:  "Freeze Facts" (July 10, 1973).  90 pages.

c. Booklet:  Cost of Living Council:  "Phase IV Regulations and Questions and Answers" (August 1973).  165 pages.

F 5: White House (1973). Cost of Living Council: Publications.

a. Seventy-one news releases (June 12 - December 21, 1973).

b. Booklet:  Cost of Living Council:  "Phase IV Final Food Regulations" (September 7, 1973).  12 pages.

F 6: White House (1973). General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  hand-painted urn donated to decorate Nixon Library; proposed FHA luncheon with Mrs. Nixon; desire for picture of President Nixon and the White House; Annual Review of Cadets at OU; congratulation from White House on sixth consecutive son becoming and Eagle Scout; official biography of the President; Peace Corps..

b. Copy of clipping:  re:  President Nixon.

F 7: White House (1973). Handicapped, President's Committee on Employment of the.

a. Pamphlet:  President's Committee on the Employment of the Handicapped:  "Work and How to Get It."

b. Pamphlet:  PCEH:  "He's Back - Business Backs The Disabled Veteran."

c. Booklet:  PCEH:  "A List of Guidebooks for Handicapped Travelers" (September 1972).  22 pages.

d. Booklet:  PCEH:  "In Our Path - A Program Guide 1972 - 1973."  33 pages.

e. Booklet:  PCEH:  "Accessibility of Junior Colleges for Handicapped" (1972).

f. Booklet:  PCEH:  "American Profile - What States Are Doing (And Can Do) to Hire the Handicapped."  74 pages.

g. Booklet:  PCEH:  "About Jobs and Mentally Retarded People" (1972).  38 pages.

h. Booklet:  PCEH:  "Twenty-fifth Anniversary Annual Meeting - Minutes" (May 1972).  56 pages.

F 8: White House (1973). Impeachment.

a. Correspondence:  re:  opposition to impeachment process; support for the impeachment process; Watergate hearings.

b. Various copies of clippings.

F 9: White House (1973). Personnel.

a. Correspondence:  re:  George Hann's retirement from Office of Education; Donald Coppock' consideration for appointment as Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization Service. Correspondents include:  Tom Steed (Oklahoma).

b. Office Notes:  re:  Possible appointment of Duke Ligon as Director of Oil and Gas; retention of Mr. Crawford as Bureau of Hearings and Appeals' regional representative for a year beyond his mandatory retirement date.

F 10: White House (1973). Policy Issues.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Rural Environmental Assistance Program.

b. Office Notes:  re:  Energy Crisis.

F 11: White House (1973). Press Releases and Speeches.

a. Eleven Speeches and Addresses:  President Nixon (January 20 - September 27, 1973).

b. Seven News Releases (April 12 - December 4, 1973).

F 12: White House (1973). Tours.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Passes for White House tours.

b. Office Notes:  re:  Passes for White House Tours for constituents.

F 13: Water Resources Council (1973).

a. Correspondence:  re:  Principles and standards proposed by Water Resources Council.

b. News Release:  Water Resources Council:  "Warren D. Fairchild to be Sworn in as Director of Water Resources Council" (September 10, 1973).

F 14: Action (1974).  Foster Grandparents.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Sequoyah Foster Grandparents Project; Sallisaw Foster Grandparent program; support for Foster Grandparent program.

b. Report:  Sequoyah Foster Grandparent Project:  "Program Report" (1973).

c. Application:  Sequoyah Foster Grandparent Project:  "Renewal Application" (1973).

F 15: Action (1974).  McAlester.

Correspondence:  re:  McAlester Voluntary Action Center and refunding of it. Correspondents include:  David Hall (Oklahoma).

F 16: Action (1974).  Peace Corps.

Correspondence:  re:  Charles Marshall's application to serve in Peace Corps.

F 17: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Agricultural Service Centers.

Correspondence:  re:  Restructuring of implementation procedures for service centers program. Correspondents include:  James E. Hamilton (Oklahoma).

F 18: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service.

Correspondence:  re:  Size of ASCS work force in Cotton County; 1973 and 1974 REAP programs; Public Access program.

F 19: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service:  Third District and Oklahoma Reports.

a. Report:  Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service:  "Activity Summary - Third Congressional District, Oklahoma" (1973).  26 pages.

b. Report:  Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service:  "Activity Summary - Oklahoma" (1973).  48 pages.  Cover Letters included.

F 20: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Bailing Wire (January).

a. Correspondence:  re:  Supply/demand imbalance in steel and steel products; shortage of bailing wire. Correspondents include:  Frederick B. Dent.

b. Office notes:  Bailing wire shortage.

c. News Release:  Office of the Speaker:  "CA Briefs President Nixon on Bailing Wire Shortage" (January 26, 1974).

F 21: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Bailing Wire (February).

a. Correspondence:  re:  Shortage of bailing wire.

b. Office notes:  re:  Steel pricing.

F 22: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Bailing Wire (March - April).

a. Correspondence:  re:  bailing wire shortages; export of steel to Mexico. Correspondents include:  Frederick B. Dent.

b. News Release:  Office of James R. Jones, M.C.:  "Jones Says Ruling of Commerce Department Contributing to Bailing Wire Shortage" (June 14, 1974).

c. Copies of clippings:  re:  bailing wire shortages.

F 23: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Beef Imports:  CA/Department.

a. Form letter on cattle situation.

b. P. L. 93-357:  "To provide temporary emergency livestock financing through the establishment of a guaranteed loan program" (1974).

c. House Report 93-1171 (H. R. 15560):  "To provide temporary emergency livestock financing through the establishment of a guaranteed loan program."  93rd Congress, 2nd Session (1974).

d. Speech:  Speaker Carl Albert:  "Opening of Economic Summit Conference" (September 27, 1974).

e. News Release:  House Committee on Agriculture:  "Congressman Vigorito, D - PA, Announces Public Hearings to Find Out Cause of High Levels of Retail Meat Prices" (September 30, 1974).

F 24: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Beef Imports:  CA Statement.

Four Drafts of CA statement to Committee on Agriculture.

F 25: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Beef Imports:  Oklahoma.

a. Form telegram to phone callers.

b. Report:  Oklahoma State Department of Agriculture:  "Proceedings of the Governors' Multi-State Conference on Financial Stability in Agriculture" (1974).  35 pages.  Cover letter included.

F 26: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Beef Imports:  Out-of-State.

Correspondence:  re:  import restraints; beef situation for ranchers.

F 27: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Brucellosis/Screw worm.

a. Correspondence:  re:  funding for cooperative brucellosis screw worm eradication programs; support for funding of brucellosis, screw worm and meat inspection programs. Correspondents include:  Jamie L. Whitten (MS).

b. Office note:  funding for screw worm program.

F 28: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Cattle:  CA Office.

a. News Release:  Office of Speaker Albert:  "Nixon Discriminates Against farmers, ranchers and Dairymen by Placing Ceiling on Meat, Pork, and Lamb Prices" (March 20, 1973).

b. Office notes:  re:  cattle industry.

c. News Release:  Office of Speaker Albert:  "Albert Urges Controls on Beef Imports" (June 7, 1974).

F 29: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Cattle:  Butz Meeting.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Cattle industry situation.

b. Office notes:  re:  Meeting of Secretary Butz with Texas cattlemen.

c. Magazine:  Oklahoma Cattlemen`s Association:  "The Oklahoma Cowman" (October 1974).  44 pages.

d. Pamphlet:  Associated Milk Producers, Inc.:  "Dairy Imports Will Increase Your Food Costs" (July 1974).

e. Report:  Bureau of the Census:  "Farm Population of the United States:  1973" (September 1974).  21 pages.

f. Copies of Clippings.

g. Booklet:  Committee on Agriculture:  "Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Domestic Marketing and Consumer Relations on H. R. 3723 and H. R. 13264" (1974).  27 pages.

h. Statement:  Reuben L. Johnson:  "Economic Situation on FArms and the Funding of Essential Services Provided by the USDA" (April 1974).

i. News Release:  Office of Speaker Albert:  "Speaker Announces Meeting with Agriculture Secretary Butz and Oklahoma Cattlemen" (October 10, 1974).

j. Report:  Congressional Research Service:  "Economic of Current Livestock Situation" (October 11, 1974).

k. Statement:  Speaker Albert (June 18, 1974).

F 30: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Cattle:  Colleagues.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Suggested comments for Speaker Albert for use in Missouri; emergency loan legislation for cattle industry; opposition to emergency loans for cattle industry. Correspondents include:  W. R. Poage (TX).

b. News Release:  Happy Camp, M.C.:  "Oklahoma Delegation Asks Beef Import Restrictions" (June 6, 1974).

c. Agriculture Committee Resolutions on Red Meat Import Quotas.

d. Statement:  William L. Hungate, M.C.:  "Livestock and Poultry Owners" (June 26, 1974).

e. Report:  Bob Price, M.C.:  "Agriculture and the Local Economy" (June 2, 1974).

F 31: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Cattle:  Atoka County.

Correspondence: re: import restrictions on beef.

F 32: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Cattle:  Bryan County.

Correspondence: re: import restrictions on beef.

F 33: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Cattle:  Caddo County.

Correspondence: re: import restrictions on beef.

F 34: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Cattle:  Carter County.

Correspondence: re: import restrictions on beef.

F 35: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Cattle:  Choctaw County.

Correspondence: re: import restrictions on beef; grading of beef. Correspondents include:  W. R. Poage (Texas).

F 36: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Cattle:  Cleveland County.

Correspondence:  re:  cattle industry.

F 37: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Cattle:  Coal County.

Correspondence: re: import restrictions on beef.

F 38: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Cattle:  Comanche County.

Correspondence: re: import restrictions on beef.

F 39: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Cattle:  Cotton County.

Correspondence: re: import restrictions on beef.

F 40: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Cattle:  Craig County.

Correspondence: re: import restrictions on beef.

F 41: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Cattle:  Delaware County.

Correspondence:  re:  cattle prices.

F 42: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Cattle:  Garvin County.

Correspondence:  re:  problems in cattle industry.

F 43: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Cattle:  Grady County.

Correspondence: re: import restrictions on beef.

F 44: Agriculture, Department of (1974). Cattle:  Greer County.

Correspondence:  re:  grants and loans for cattlemen. Correspondents include:  Victor Wickersham (Oklahoma).

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