CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 140

Box 141: Interior (1976) - State (1976).

F 1: Interior, Department of the (1976). National Park Service:  General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  opposition to proposed Prairie Lands National Park; Waurika Reservoir basin; NPS fire prevention program.

b. S. 1123:  "To provide for a study of the Indian Nations Trial."  94th Congress, 1st Session (1975).

c. Two grant notifications.

d. Copy of clipping:  Robert A. Pike's selection as State Parks Chief.

e. Booklet:  National Park Service:  "Seasonal Employment" (1976).  19 pages.

F 2: Interior, Department of the (1976). National Park Service:  Preservation.

a. Speech:  Ernest A. Connally (February 9, 1976).

b. Office notes:  re:  proposed designation of Oklahoma Presbyterian College as historical site.

c. Two grant notifications.

d. Memos:  re:  Oklahoma entries in National Register of Historic Places.

e. Pamphlet:  National Park Service:  "The National Register' (1975).

F 3: Interior, Department of the (1976). Outdoor Recreation:  Clayton.

Correspondence:  re:  proposed funding for Clayton public area project.

F 4: Interior, Department of the (1976). Outdoor Recreation:  General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Konawa's grant application for ball park; proposed development of OU recreational center. Correspondents include:  Jeff Johnston (OK).

b. News Release:  Department of the Interior:  "FY 76 Land and Water Conservation Fund Distributed to States and Federal Agencies" (February 1, 1976).

c. Various copies of clippings.

d. Twenty grant notifications.

F 5: Interior, Department of the (1976). Reclamation:  Courtney Reservoir.

Copy of clipping:  re:  public meeting for Courtney Reservoir.

F 6: Interior, Department of the (1976). Reclamation:  Criner Hills.

Report:  Bureau of Reclamation:  "Appraisal Report on Criner Hills Project" (June 1976).

F 7: Interior, Department of the (1976). Reclamation:  General.

a. 1977 Reclamation Budget.

b. Booklet:  Bucyrus-Erie Company:  "Western Reclamation."

c. Report:  Bureau of Reclamation:  "Water and Land Resource Accomplishments 1974" (1975).  63 pages.

F 8: Interior, Department of the (1976). Reclamation:  Higgins Reservoir.

Correspondence:  re:  Status of Higgins Reservoir (Wilburton Project).

F 9: Interior, Department of the (1976). Reclamation:  McGee Creek:  Correspondence:  January - June.

Correspondences:  re:  Construction of McGee Creek Reclamation Project.

F 10: Interior, Department of the (1976).  Reclamation:  McGee Creek:  Correspondence: June - November.

Correspondence:  re:  construction of McGee Creek Reclamation Project.

F 11: Interior, Department of the (1976). Reclamation:  McGee Creek:  Data.

a. H. R. 4923:  "To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to construct, operate, and maintain the McGee Creek project, Oklahoma, and for other purposes."  (Theodore Risenhoover - Oklahoma).  94th Congress, 1st Session (1975).  Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

b. Statement:  Roy Boatner.

c. Statements:  Buster Hight, W.O. Young, John Allen, Orlie J. Boehler, Gary E. Payne, Robert H. Anderson, James O'Brien and Carl Albert (June 17, 1976).

d. Statement:  Terry Thurman (June 15, 1976).

F 12: Interior, Department of the (1976). Reclamation:  McGee Creek:  Data.

Report:  Bureau of Reclamation:  "Interim Report on McGee Creek Project, Oklahoma" (June 1976).  195 pages.

F 13: Interior, Department of the (1976). Reclamation:  McGee Creek:  Data.

Report:  Bureau of Reclamation:  "Information on McGee Creek Project, Oklahoma" (April 1976).  193 pages.

F 14: Interior, Department of the (1976). Reclamation:  Seward Reservoir.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Support for Seward Reservoir Project.

b. Report:  Bureau of Reclamation:  "Appraisal Report on Seward Project, Oklahoma" (November 1975).

F 15: Interior, Department of the (1976). Southwestern Power Administration.

Correspondence:  re:  SPA's proposed rate increases for electricity.

F 16: Interstate Commerce Commission (1976). General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Recommendations of Robert L. Oswald for ICC.

b. Civil Aeronautics Board document:  re:  Frontier Airlines, Inc. - Central Airlines, Inc. Merger.

F 17: Interstate Commerce Commission (1976). Railroad:  Healdton.

Correspondence:  re:  Abandonment of rail service to western Carter and Jefferson counties.

F 18: Interstate Commerce Commission (1976). Trucking.

Correspondence:  re:  Permit application of McComas Truck Lines; transportation regulations in intrastate trucking; permit application of Manning Freight Lines.

F 19: Justice, Department of (1976). Drug Enforcement Administration.

Office notes.

F 20: Justice, Department of (1976). Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Correspondence:  re:  Proposed closing of Poteau FBI office; FBI investigation into alleged check kiting scheme; FBI investigation of alleged beating incident; abduction of children by natural mother. Correspondents include:  Peter W. Rodino, Jr. (NJ).

F 21: Justice, Department of (1976). General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Bombing at LaGuardia Airport in NYC; Russian spies; Patricia Hearst case; lawyer-client relationships; price-setting procedures of gasoline investigation; alleged price collusions and/or fixing of cigarette manufacturers.

b. Speech:  Edward H. Levi (May 21, 1976).

c. News Release:  Department of Justice:  "Attorney General Levi Decides US Will Not File Brief in Supreme Court at Present Stage of Boston School Desegregation Case" (May 29, 1976).

d. Speech:  Edward H. Levi (September 14, 1976).

F 22: Justice, Department of (1976). Immigration and Naturalization Service.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Oklahomans admitted to citizenship.

b. News Release:  VISA Office:  "Availability of Immigrant Visa Numbers for January, September 1976."

F 23: Justice, Department of (1976). Law Enforcement Assistance Administration:  General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Oklahoma Crime Commission's discretionary grant application for implementation of statewide law enforcement communications system; LEAA funding; legislation dealing with LEAA Programs.

b. Report:  Congressional Research Service:  "The Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA):  The Title I Program of the Omnibus Crime control and Safe Streets Act of 1968, as Amended" (November 6, 1975).  28 pages.

F 24: Justice, Department of (1976). Law Enforcement Assistance Administration:  Grants.

a. Correspondence:  re:  National Legislative Security Program of LEAA. Correspondents include:  Peyton McKnight (TX).

b. Five grant notifications.

c. News Release:  LEAA:  "Eastern Oklahoma Community Procedures Crime Prevention Documentary" (October 17, 1976).

d. Brochure:  National Conference of State Legislatures:  "Legislative Security Training Program."

F 25: Justice, Department of (1976). Law Enforcement Assistance Administration:  Oklahoma Prison.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Oklahoma Corrections Department application for funding for improvements in penal institutions. Correspondents include:  James E. Hamilton (OK).

b. Copies of Clippings:  re:  Federal aid for state prisons.

c. Office notes:  re:  Oklahoma prison proposal.

F 26: Labor, Department of (1976). Black Lung.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Black Lung Benefits Program.

b. Information Packet:  Department of Labor:  "Black Lung Benefits Program."

F 27: Labor, Department of (1976). Comprehensive Employment and Training Act.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Need for additional CETA funds for Oklahoma counties; CETA Extension; Oklahoma's proposed demonstration grant; FY 1977 Indian prime sponsors of CETA; dispersal of CETA funds in McCurtain county; support for CETA programs. Correspondents include:  David L. Boren (OK); John Dunlop.

b. Memo:  re:  CETA conference report.

c. Various information on CETA extension.

F 28: Labor, Department of (1976). General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  high unemployment rates; President's veto of job bill; on-job training program of Association of Oklahoma General Contractors; Employee Retirement Income Security ACt of 1974; occupational safety and health regulations affecting state and local employees; Labor Department policy changes affecting hospital costs; exemption application of National Association of Pension consultants and Administrators; transfer of Indian manpower job program from Talihina to Durant; William Chadwick's appointment as administrator of Pension and Welfare Benefits program; Labor Department's administration for Fair Labor Standards Act. Correspondents include:  Carl D. Perkins (KY).

b. Various copies of clippings.

c. Office note:  re:  Oklahoma Employment Service Office problems with Labor Secretary.

d. Report:  Employment and Training Administration:  "Area Trends in Employment and Unemployment, August-September 1975" (1976).  58 pages.

F 29: Labor, Department of (1976). Indian Programs.

Correspondence:  re:  funds available for summer recreation programs; effects of Title III of the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act on urban Indians. Correspondents include:  W. J. Usery, Jr.

F 30: Labor, Department of (1976). Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

a. Correspondence:  re:  OSHA regulations governing farm machinery.

b. Office notes:  re:  OSHA inspection of Diaper Jeans plant.

F 31: Labor, Department of (1976). Oklahoma Report.

Report:  Comptroller General of the United States:  "The Federal Equal Employment Program for Northeast Oklahoma Construct Projects is Weak" (May 28, 1976).  66 pages.

F 32: Labor, Department of (1976). Veterans.

Correspondence:  re:  Veterans' re-employment rights; proposal of elevation of Veterans Employment Service in Labor Department.

F 33: Library of Congress (1976).  General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  recommendation of Joseph E. Ross as new Director of the Congressional Research Service; automated Selective Dissemination of Information service; book return.

b. Library withdrawal card.

c. Office note:  re:  books checked out.

F 34: Library of Congress (1976).  Reports.

a. List of major issues system.

b. Draft Speech:  "Our Government and the Spirit of the Bicentennial" (May 26, 1976).

c. Pamphlet:  Congressional Research Service:  "Services to Congress" (January 1976).

F 35: Manpower Policy, National Commission on (1976).

a. Correspondence:  re:  Book on reassessment of manpower policy.

b. Memo:  re:  NCMP changes in telephone numbers.

F 36: National Endowment for the Arts/Humanities (1976).

a. Correspondence:  re:  hiring of artists to do paintings for government buildings; awards given for outstanding artists and educators.

b. Booklet:  National Endowment for the Humanities:  "The Adams Chronicles" (1976).  14 pages.

c. News Release:  National Endowment for the Arts:  "Boston Museum of Fine Arts to Benefit from Endowment Grant for Climate Control" (April 1, 1976).

d. Congressional Record:  Senate (March 4, 1976).

e. Memo:  re:  Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities meeting.

f. Report:  National Endowment for the Arts:  "Guide to Programs" (1975-1976).  99 pages.

F 37: National Gallery of Art (1976).

Correspondence:  re:  loan of paintings extended for Speaker's rooms.

F 38: National Labor Relations Board (1976).

Correspondence:  re:  Employees of Okar Energy, Inc.

F 39: National Science Foundation (1976).

a. Correspondence:  re; NSF's fellowship program; proposed budget reduction for NSF.

b. Lists of grants and contracts awarded.

F 40: Postal Service (1976).

Correspondence:  re:  appointment of Jim Finch to Assistant Postmaster General in Government Relations Department.

F 41: Securities and Exchange Commission (1976).

Correspondence:  re:  Opposition to Accounting standards promulgated by DEC; problems with M. H. Deckard Company.

F 42: Selective Service System (1976).

Memo:  address of SSS National Headquarters.

F 43: Small Business Administration (1976).

Correspondence:  re:  Robinson-Patman Act; Stanley-Cole, Inc.'s section 8 (a) classification.

F 44: Smithsonian Institution (1976).

Correspondence:  re:  request for traveling Smithsonian exhibit for Forest Heritage Center.

F 45: State, Department of (1976).  Agency for International Development.

a. Memo:  re:  legislative action on the Foreign Assistance Program for FY 1967.

b. Information:  re:  Guatemalan Earthquake; Italian Earthquake; Chinese Earthquake.

F 46: State, Department of (1976).  Arms Control.

Correspondence:  re; export of 48 aircraft engine kits to brazil; export of one C-130 Hercules aircraft, spare parts, data and ground support equipment to Bolivia.

F 47: State, Department of (1976).  Cyprus.

a. News Release:  Embassy of Cyprus:  "The Truth Behind the Alleged Withdrawal of 2000 Turkish Troops from Cyprus" (February 6, 1976).

b. News Release:  Embassy of Cyprus:  "Turkey Builds Air Base in Northern Cyprus" (March 4, 1976).

c. News Release:  Embassy of Cyprus:  "Turkey Sabotages Negotiations Again" (September 28, 1976).

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