CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
LEGISLATIVE SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 1: Seventy-third Congress; Seventy-fourth Congress; Seventy-sixth Congress; Seventy-ninth Congress;
Eightieth Congress:  Agriculture - Education and Labor

F 1: Printing, Committee on (1934).  Senate Document Number 155:  "Enactment of a Law:  Procedure on a Senate Bill."  Seventy-third Congress; Second Session (1934).  Reprinted (1938).

F 1b: Miscellaneous typewritten drafts of legislation (1935-1936).

F 1c: Miscellaneous public laws (1940).

F 1d: Public law on regular army 1945).

F 1e: "Statistics of the Congressional Election of November 5, 1946" (1947); "Unofficial List of Members of the House of Representatives of the United States and Their Places of Residence, Eightieth Congress, November 13, 1946."

F 2: Agriculture, Committee on (1942, 1947-1948).  General Correspondence.  Topics include general farm policy, farm machinery, and constituent request.

a. Correspondence and clipping.

b. Speech:  Harry S. Truman:  "If Everybody Favors a Farm Program, Now Is the Time for Congress to Act!"  Before the Thirty-fifth Division Reunion, Omaha, Nebraska (June 5, 1948).  Reprinted as Remarks of CA in Congressional Record (June 14, 1948).

F 2b: Agriculture, Committee on (1948). Agricultural Act of 1948.

F 3: Agriculture, Committee on (1947-1948).  Agricultural Adjustment Administration/Soil Conservation Service.  Appropriation for each.  Correspondents include "Friends of the Land."

F 4: Agriculture, Committee on (1948).  Protests against possible removal of the Cactus Ordinance Fertilizer Plant at Etter, Texas, to California location.

F 5: Agriculture, Committee on (1948).  Cattle.  Legislation cited includes S. 1249 ["Authorizing additional research and investigation into problems and methods relating to the eradication of cattle grubs, ..." (Kenneth S. Wherry - Texas)] and S. 2256 ["Relating to the meat-inspection service of the Department of Agriculture" (James P. Kem - Missouri)].

a. Correspondence.

b. Resolutions Adopted at the Seventy-first Annual Convention of the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association held at El Paso, Texas, March 17-18, 1948.  Specifically mentions Foot and Mouth Disease problem.

c. Resolution:  Oklahoma State Senate:  "Requesting the Congress of the United States to Enact Legislation Regulating Trading in Farm Products on Commodity Exchanges and Boards of Trade, and to Establish a Uniform System of Grading of Farm Products" (February 20, 1947).

F 6: Agriculture, Committee on (1948).  Conservation:  support for flood control and water conservation funding.

F 7: Agriculture, Committee on (1948).  Co-operative Extension Funds.  Bankhead-Flanagan funds.

F 8: Agriculture, Committee on (1948).  Co-operatives, Banks for.  Bills mentioned include H. R. 6301 ["To provide for retirement of the Government capital in the central and regional banks for cooperatives, ..." (Clifford R. Hope -- Kansas] and S. 2543 [same title (Arthur Capper - Kansas; George D. Aiken - Vermont)].  Correspondents include the Oklahoma Farm Bureau.

F 9: Agriculture, Committee on (1947-1948).  Cotton.

a. Correspondence.  Topics include farm program, appropriations, crop insurance, research funding, and labor problems.  Correspondents include various cotton and allied organizations, Stephen Pace (U. S. Representative - Georgia) and George Mahon (U. S. Representative - Texas).  Includes clipping.

b. Draft Legislation:  "To amend the Act entitled 'An Act authorizing the Director of the Census to collect and publish statistics of cottonseed and cottonseed products, ..." (CA?)  Typescript;

c. Hearings Agenda:  Cotton Subcommittee (July 7-8, 1947).  "Study of Agricultural and Economic Problems of the Cotton Belt."

d. Resolution:  National Cotton Compress and Cotton Warehouse Association, re labor problems (April 5, 1947).  Supports H. R. 3020 ["To prescribe fair and equitable rules of conduct to be observed by labor and management in their relations with one another which affect commerce, to protect the rights of individual workers in their relations with labor organizations whose activities affect commerce, to recognize the paramount public interest in labor disputes affecting commerce that endanger the public health, safety, or welfare, ..." (Fred A. Hartley, Jr. - New Jersey).

e. Resolution:  National Cotton Council of America, re labor problems (January 30, 1947).

F 10: Agriculture, Committee on (1933-1947).  Cotton:  Data.

a. Report:  Commodity Credit Corporation, Production and Marketing Administration, U. S. Department of Agriculture:  "Cotton:  Results of Commodity Credit Corporation Programs, 1933-1946" (Issued January 23, 1947).

b. Reports:  Bureau of the Census, U. S. Department of Commerce:  "Facts for Industry:  Cottonseed and Cottonseed Products" (Reports for February 13, March 13, April 11, and April 17, 1947).

c. Report:  Bureau of the Census, U. S. Department of Commerce:  "Report of Cotton Ginned -- Crops of 1946, 1945, and 1944" (March 20, 1947).

d. Report:  Bureau of the Census, U. S. Department of Commerce:  "Facts for Industry:  Fats and Oils" (March, 1947).  Also vegetable and animal fats and oils other than cotton.

e. Reports:  Bureau of the Census, U. S. Department of Commerce:  "Facts for Industry:  Cotton Spinning Activity" (Reports for December, 1946; and January, February, March, and April, 1947).

F 11: Agriculture, Committee on (1947).  Crop Insurance.

Resolution:  Oklahoma State Senate:  "Memorializing Congress to Appropriate Funds to Pay Losses Suffered by the Cotton Farmers of Oklahoma, Which Losses Were Covered by Federal Crop Insurance" (April 14, 1947).

F 12: Agriculture, Committee on (1947-1948).  Farm Groups:  Farm Bureau (Oklahoma).

a. Oklahoma Farm Bureau News (November, 1947).  Includes Oklahoma Farm Bureau resolutions for 1947. 

b. Oklahoma Farm Bureau News (November, 1948).  Includes resolution recognizing soil as nation's most vital resource.

F 13: Agriculture, Committee on (1947-1948).  Farm Groups:  Farmers Union (National and Oklahoma).

a. Correspondence.

b. Draft Legislation:  National Farmers Union, re preliminary proposal for general agricultural legislation "to provide for conservation of the human and soil resources of the Nation by the promotion of family-type farming, of more continuous and remunerative employment in agriculture ... (April 30, 1947).

c. Statement:  James G. Patton (President, National Farmers Union), re agricultural policies and programs (April 29, 1947).  Before the House Committee on Agriculture.

F 14: Agriculture, Committee on (1948).  Farm Groups:  Oklahoma Agricultural Advisory Council.

Correspondence requesting support for the movement for unification of Oklahoma's agricultural future.

F 15: Agriculture, Committee on (1948).  Farmers Home Administration:  Appropriations for Home Supervisor Program.

Correspondence supporting larger appropriations.

F 16: Agriculture, Committee on (1948).  Forest Fire Protection.

a. Correspondence.

b. H. R. 5727:  "To authorize appropriations for carrying out the provisions of sections 1, 3, and 3 of the Act of June 7, 1924 (43 Stat. 653), as amended" (Robert L. F. Sikes - Florida).

c. H. R. 5733:  [same title as H. R. 5727] (Tom Pickett - Texas).

d. H. R. 5827:  [same title as H. R. 5727] (A. Leonard Allen - Louisiana).

F 17: Agriculture, Committee on (1948).  Mineral Rights.

Correspondence re H. R. 2706 ["To require the Administrator of the Farmers Home Administration to execute and deliver to present owners of real property quitclaim deeds to the interest in the minerals in or under such property reserved by the United States pursuant to the Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act in those cases in which such interest has only a nominal value" (E. C. Gathings - Arkansas).  Eightieth Congress: ... Session (19...).] and H. R. 5263:  "To permit the Secretary of Agriculture to execute and deliver to present owners of certain real property quitclaim deeds to the minerals in or under such lands" (Gerald W. Landis - Indiana).  Eightieth Congress; ... Session (19...)].

F 18: Agriculture, Committee on (1948).  National Land Policy Legislation.

Correspondence re S. 2318 ["To provide for a coordinated agricultural program" (George D. Aiken - Vermont; Harland J. Bushfield - South Dakota; George A. Wilson - Iowa; Elmer Thomas - Oklahoma; Edward J. Thye - Minnesota; Allen J. Ellender - Louisiana; Scott W. Lucas - Illinois).  Eightieth Congress; ... Session (19...)]; H. R. 4150 ["To provide for the coordination of agricultural soil and water conservation programs, and for other purposes" (Harold D. Cooley North Carolina).  Eightieth Congress; ... Session (19...)]; H. R. 4417 ["To provide for a national land policy based on the conservation of our soil and water resources, the orderly development and protection of the Nation's agricultural lands, and for other purposes" (Ben J. Johnson - Iowa).  Eightieth Congress; ... Session (19 ...)]; and H. R. 6054 ["To establish conservation and orderly development of the Nation's agricultural land and water conservation program and for other purposes" (Clifford R. Hope - Kansas).  Eightieth Congress; ... Session (19...)].

Includes resolution re H. R. 6054.  Correspondents include American Farm Bureau Federation, Oklahoma Farm Bureau, various soil conservation districts, and various Oklahoma country farm bureaus.

F 19: Agriculture, Committee on (1948).  Oleomargarine Tax.

Discussion re H. R. 2245 ["To repeal the tax on oleomargarine" (L. Mendel Rivers - South Carolina)] and H. R.  4681 [same title (Edward A. Mitchell - Indiana).  Correspondence (A - G).

F 20: Agriculture, Committee on (1948).  Oleomargarine Tax.

Discussion re H. R. 2245 ["To repeal the tax on oleomargarine" (L. Mendel Rivers - South Carolina)] and H. R.  4681 [same title (Edward A. Mitchell - Indiana).  Correspondence (H - M).

F 21: Agriculture, Committee on (1948).  Oleomargarine Tax.

a. Correspondence re H. R. 2245 ["To repeal the tax on oleomargarine" (L. Mendel Rivers - South Carolina)] and H. R. 4681 [same title (Edward A. Mitchell - Indiana).  Correspondence (N - Z).  Correspondents include National Cotton Council of America, Oklahoma Butter Institute, Oklahoma Retail Grocers Association, Wisconsin Buttermakers Association, and L.  Mendel Rivers (U. S. Representative - South Carolina).

b. Resolution:  Northwest Oklahoma Dairy Breeders Association, re oleomargarine tax (April 30, 1948).

F 22: Agriculture, Committee on (1948).  Price Stabilization.

a. H. Res. 638:  "Providing for the consideration of the bill (H. R. 6248) to authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to stabilize prices of agricultural commodities" (Leo E. Allen - Illinois).  Eightieth Congress; ... Session (1948).  Committee on ...

b. H. R. 6248:  "To authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to stabilize prices of agricultural commodities; to amend section 22 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act, re-enacted by the Agricultural Marketing Agreement of 1937; and for other purposes" (Clifford R. Hope - Kansas).  Eightieth Congress; ... Session (194..).*

c. Report:  Clifford R. Hope:  "Stabilization of Agricultural Prices."* ...

F 23: Agriculture, Committee on (1947-1948).  Rural Electrification.  Correspondence.

F 24: Agriculture, Committee on (1947).  Soil Conservation Appropriations.

Correspondence re need for projects in Choctaw, Cleveland, and Murray counties, et al.

F 25: Agriculture, Committee on (1947).  Soil Conservation Appropriations.

Correspondence re work in Atoka, Bryan, and McCurtain counties, et al.

F 26: Agriculture, Committee on (1947).  Soil Conservation Appropriations.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include National Cotton Council, Oklahoma Agricultural Cooperative Council, Oklahoma Bankers Association, Oklahoma Planning and Resources Board, and Osage Tribal Council.

F 27: Agriculture, Committee on (1947).  Soil Conservation Appropriations.

Correspondence.

F 28: Agriculture, Committee on (1947).  Soil Conservation Appropriations.

Correspondence.  Includes petitions.

F 29: Agriculture, Committee on (1947).  Sugar.

a. Correspondence.  Includes petition.

b.  Sugar Review:  Proposed legislation by Lowry and Company:  "The Beginning of the End of Wartime Controls" (April 3, 1947).

c. Proposed Legislation:  California and Hawaiian Sugar Refining Company (January 3, 1947).  Memorandum re sugar price decontrol.

F29b: Agriculture, Committee on (1948). Whitesboro Dam.

a. H.R. 5861. Concerns Secretary of Agriculture conveying land in LeFlore County to the State of Oklahoma for the purpose of constructing a dam.

b. Includes various correspondence.

F 29c: Appropriations, Committee on (1948). Eufaula Dam.

F 30: Appropriations, Committee on (1947).  Federal Housing Administration.

Correspondence.

F 31: Appropriations, Committee on (1947-1948).  Interior, Department of the.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Oklahoma Game and Fish Department, Interstate Oil Compact Commission, Oklahoma Public Expenditures Council, and the Oklahoma Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit.

F 32: Appropriations, Committee on (1947).  Labor, Department of.

Correspondence re H. R. 2700 ["Making appropriations for the Department of Labor, the Federal Security Agency, and related independent agencies, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1948, and for other purposes" (Frank B.  Keefe - Wisconsin).  Eightieth Congress; First Session (1947)], et al.  Correspondents include Jim Hughes (Oklahoma Commissioner of Labor)

F 32b: Appropriations, Committee on (1947). Miscellaneous.

"Urgent Deficiency Appropriation Bill, 1947." This was a report to accompany H.R. 1968.

F 33: Appropriations, Committee on (1948).  Navy, Department of the.

Correspondence.

F 34: Appropriations, Committee on (1948).  Physically Handicapped.

Correspondence re proposed budget for the President's Committee on National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week; H. J. Res. 302 ["To effectuate the principles of the President's Committee on National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week" (William J. Miller - Connecticut).  Eightieth Congress; ... Session (194..)]; H. J. Res. 303 ["To effectuate the principles of the President's Committee on National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week" (Augustine B. Kelley - Pennsylvania).  Eightieth Congress; ... Session (194..)]; and S. J. Res. 176 ["Authorizing an appropriation for the work of the President's Committee on National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week" (George D. Aiken - Vermont; John J. Sparkman - Alabama).  Eightieth Congress; ... Session (194...).  Committee on Labor and Public Welfare)].  Includes resolution from the Oklahoma State Board of Vocational Education.

F 35: Appropriations, Committee on (1947).  Tennessee- Tombigbee Inland Waterway.

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

F 36: Appropriations, Committee on (1947).  Treasury, Department of the:  Internal Revenue Service.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include National Association of Employees of Collectors of Internal Revenue.

F 37: Armed Services, Committee on (1948).  Air Force ROTC.

a. Correspondence from George L. Cross (President, University of Oklahoma).

b. Article.

F 38: Armed Services, Committee on (1948).  Alcohol.

Correspondence protesting possession of alcohol by men in Army camps.

F 39: Armed Services, Committee on (1947).  Appropriations.

Correspondence re proposed cut in military appropriations, et al.  Correspondents include the American Legion and various military-oriented groups.

F 40: Armed Services, Committee on (1946).  Court-Martial Procedures.

Correspondence.

F 41: Armed Services, Committee on (1945-1946).  Discharges.

a. Correspondence.

b. H. R. 1518:  "To regulate the character of discharges from the land and naval forces of the United States" (Paul J. Kilday - Texas).

c. House Report:  "Investigations of the National War Effort."  Committee on Military Affairs (January 30, 1946).

F 42: Armed Services, Committee on (1947).  Inspection Tour.

a. Correspondence.

b. Subcommittee Report:  Members of the Armed Services and Appropriations committees on an inspection trip which included twelve European countries.  The subcommittee was headed by Dewey Short.

c. Subcommittee Report:  Members of the Armed Services and Appropriations committees on an inspection trip which included Pacific Ocean areas, Japan, China, Korea, Indian, and Siam (1947).  The subcommittee was headed by W. Sterling Cole.

F 43: Armed Services, Committee on (1948).  Medical Personnel.

Correspondence from the Oklahoma State Medical Association.

F 44: Armed Services, Committee on (1948).  Navy Yard Employees.

Correspondence re H. R. 5850 ["Relating to the fixing of wage rates for employees in navy yards" (Homer R. Jones - Washington)]; S. 2285 ["Relating to the fixing of wage rates for employees in navy yards" (Styles Bridges - New Hampshire).  Committee on Civil Service], et al.  Correspondents include the International Association of Machinists.

F 45: Armed Services, Committee on (1947).  Remount Service.

a. Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 2868 ["To transfer the Remount Service from the War Department to the Department of Agriculture" (Francis Case - South Dakota].

b. Resolution:  Oklahoma State Senate:  "Memorializing the Congress of the United States to enact H. R. 2868, transferring the horses, property, and programs of the Remount Section of the U. S. Army to the U. S. Department of Agriculture" (May 1, 1947).

F 46: Armed Services, Committee on (1947-1948).  Reserves.

Correspondence.  Bills mentioned include H. R. 2744 ["To provide for the selection for elimination and retirement of officers of the Regular Army, for the equalization of retirement benefits for members of the Army of the United states, and for other purposes" (Overton Brooks - Louisiana)] and H. R. 3227:  ["To provide for inactive duty training pay for the Organized Reserve Corps, to provide uniform standards for inactive duty training pay for all Reserve components of the Armed Forces, and for other purposes" (Walter Andrews - New York)].

F 47: Armed Services, Committee on (1948).  Selective Service Act.

a. Correspondence.  Includes resolution adopted by the Oklahoma City Junior Chamber of Commerce.

b. H. R. 6401:  "To provide for the common defense by increasing the strength of the Armed Forces of the United States, and for other purposes" (Walter G. Andrews - New York).

c. Highlights of H. R. 6401.

F 48: Armed Services, Committee on (1942).  Surplus Property for Education.

Correspondence.  Bills mentioned include H. R. 5882 ["To authorize the Secretary of the Army, the Secretary of the Navy, and the Secretary of the Air Force to donate excess and surplus property for educational purposes" (Jack Z. Anderson - California)]; H. R. 5859 [same title (Robert L. F. Sikes - Florida)]; and S. 2389 [same title (Raymond Baldwin - Connecticut; Lister Hill - Alabama; Spessard L. Holland - Florida)].

F 49: Armed Services, Committee on (1947).  Terminal Leave Pay.

Correspondence.  Includes proposed resolution.

F 50: Armed Services, Committee on (1947).  Terminal Leave Pay.

Correspondence re H. R. 457:  "To amend the Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946 to permit settlement and compensation for terminal leave under such Act to be made in cash, to provide that bonds issued under such act shall be redeemable at any time, and for other purposes" (Edward H. Rees - Kansas).

F 51: Armed Services, Committee on (1947-1948).  Universal Military Training.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Young Women's Christian Association and the American Legion.

F 52: Armed Services, Committee on (1947-1948).  Universal Military Training.

F 53: Armed Services, Committee on (1947).  Universal Military Training.  Legislation.

a. H. R. 4278:  "To enact the National Security Training Act of 1947" (Harry L. Towe - New Jersey).  ...

b. House Report ... (H. R. ...):  "Universal Military Training."

F 54: Armed Services, Committee on (1947-1948).  Universal Military Training: Petitions.

F 55: Armed Services, Committee on (1947-1948).  Universal Military Training:  Printed Materials.

F 56: Armed Services, Committee on (1947-1948).  Universal Military Training:  Resolutions.

F 57: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1947-1948).  Bank Holding Companies.

a. Correspondence.  Bills mentioned include S. 829 and H. R. 3351 ["To provide for control and regulation of bank holding companies, and for other purposes" (Jesse P. Wolcott - Michigan).

b. S. 829:  "To provide for control and regulation of bank holding companies, and for other purposes" (Charles W. Tobey - New Hampshire).

F 58: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1947).  Consumer Credit.

Correspondence.  Mentions S. J. Res. 157 ["To provide for the regulation of consumers credit for a temporary period" (C. Douglas Buck - Delaware).

F 59: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1947-1948).  Housing.

Correspondence.  Bills mentioned include H. R. 6841 ["to amend the National Housing Act, as amended and for other purposes" (Jesse P. Wolcott - Michigan)]; H. R. 6888 [same title (Jesse P. Wolcott - Michigan)]; and S. 855 ["To establish a national housing objective and the policy to be followed in the attainment thereof, to facilitate sustained progress in the attainment of such objective and to provide for the coordinated execution of such policy through a National Housing Commission and for other purposes" (Robert A. Taft - Ohio; Allen J. Ellender - Louisiana; Robert F. Wagner - New York)]; and S. 2287 ["To amend the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Act, as amended, and for other purposes" (...)].

F 60: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1947-1948).  Housing.

Correspondence.  Topics include passage of S. 866.  Correspondents include various lumber companies and the Southwestern Lumber Association.

F 61: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1948).  Housing.  Printed Materials.

a. List:  "Friends of Housing."  Members who have signed Discharge Petition No. 6 to bring the Taft- Ellender-Wagner Bill up for action in the House of Representatives.

b. Index to H. R. 6888.

c. Principal arguments against the Taft-Ellender-Wagner Bill.

F 62: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1946-1948).  Price Controls/Office of Price Administration.

Correspondence.  Includes clipping.  Correspondents include Texas State Department of Agriculture.

F 63: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1947).  Price Controls.

Correspondence re S. 95 ["To terminate price and rent control" (W. Lee O'Daniel - Texas)].

F 64: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1948).  Price Controls.

Correspondence re S. 1888 ["To provide for the temporary control of prices on certain vital commodities in short supply that basically affect the cost of living or agricultural or industrial production, and for other purposes" (Alben W. Barkley - Kentucky)].

F 65: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1947).  Price Controls.

Correspondence re H. J. Res. 146 ["To extend the powers and authorities under certain statutes with respect to the distribution and pricing of sugar and for other purposes" (Jesse P. Wolcott - Michigan)].

F 66: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1947-1948).  Rent Controls.

Correspondence (A - H).  Correspondents include Max Mullough (Commissioner, Office of Price Administra- tion).  Includes petition.

F 67: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1947-1948).  Rent Controls.

Correspondence (J - Z).  Correspondents include Oklahoma's Apartment Owners Association and Oklahoma Hotel Association.

F 68: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1947).  Rent Controls.

a. Correspondence re H. R. 3203 ["Relative to maximum rents on housing accommodations, to repeal certain provisions of Public Law 388, Seventy-ninth Congress, and for other purposes" (Jesse P. Wolcott - Michigan)].  Correspondents include Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States.

b. Presidential Message to the Congress:  Harry S.  Truman, re H. R. 3203.

F 69: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1948).  Rent Controls.

Correspondence re H. R. 5823 ["To continue rent control until June 30, 1950, and for other purposes" (Helen Gahagan Douglas - California)].

F 70: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1947-1948).  Rent Controls.

Public Law ...-464 (S. 2182):  "To extend certain provisions of the Housing and Rent Act of 1947, to provide for the termination of controls on maximum rents in areas and on housing accommodations where conditions justifying such controls no longer exist, and for other purposes."  Original bill by Harry P. Cain - Washington.

F 71: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1947).  Veterans' Employment.

Correspondence re H. R. 157 ["To promote maximum employment, business opportunities, and careers for veterans in a free, competitive economy" (Jesse P.  Wolcott - Michigan)].

F 72: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1947).  Veterans' Employment.

Correspondence re H. R. 602 ["To promote maximum employment, business opportunities, and careers for veterans in a free, competition economy" (Bernard W.  Kearney - New York)].

F 73: Budget, Joint Committee on the (1947).  Government Spending.

a. Correspondence.

b. Excerpts from Remarks (Albert A. Gore - Tennessee):  "G.O.P.'s 'Phony' Claims of Savings Bared" (June 18, 1947).

F 74: Congress (1948).  House:  Clerk of the House.

Correspondence with Ralph W. Roberts, Minority Clerk, House of Representatives.

F 75: Congress (1948).  House:  Committee Assignments:  CA and Oklahoma Delegation assignments.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include R. R. Ummerman (Administrative Assistant to the President, Oklahoma State PMA Committee) and Wilbur D. Mills (Arkansas).

Also included is "Standing Committees of the House of Representatives of the United States," a publication which showed members of the House from the 79th Congress who would not be in the 80th Congress.

F 76: Congress (1948).  House:  Committee Assignments:  Other Members.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Lansdall Sasscer (Maryland).

F 77: Congress (1948).  House:  Doorkeeper Selection.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include S. O. Bland (Virginia), William Miller (Democratic Doorkeeper), and Landon Mitchell (Special Minority Clerk).

F 78: House (1948).  House:  House Calendar.

House Programs for January 26, 1948; May 10, 1948; May 31, 1948; and June 7, 1948.

F 79: Congress (1948).  House:  House Document Room.

Correspondence.

F 80: Congress (1948).  House:  House Memorial Exercises.

Program:  "Order of Memorial Exercises in the House of Representatives" (May 17, 1948).

F 81: Congress (1947-1948).  House:  House Office Building.

a. Correspondence.

b. Rules and Regulations of the House Office of Buildings Adopted by the House Office Buildings Commission (March 26, 1947).

F 82: Congress (1948). House.  House Post Office.

Notices for operating hours during adjournment.

F 83: Congress (1948).  House:  Sergeant-at-Arms.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Humphrey Scott Shaw (...) and A. J. Sabath (Illinois).

F 84: Congress (1947-1948).  House:  Miscellaneous Correspondence. Correspondents include John McCormack (Massachusetts) and Herman Eberherter (Pennsylvania). Also included is a committee print entitled "Explanation of Retirement Act as It Affects Members of Congress" (1947). This last item provided illustrations of benefits applicable to some of the new members of Congress.

F 85: Congress (1948).  Senate.

Public Affairs Bulletin (George G. Galloway):  "Limitation of Debate in the United States Senate."

F 86: District of Columbia, Committee on the (1948).  Home Rule.

Correspondence.  Bills mentioned include H. R. 6227 ["To provide for home rule and reorganization in the District of Columbia" (James C. Auchincloss - New Jersey)].  Correspondents include League of Women Voters of Oklahoma.

F 87: District of Columbia, Committee on the (1948).  Optometrists.

a. Correspondence.  Bills mentioned include H. R. 5241 and H. R. 6087 ["To amend the act entitled 'An Act to regulate the practice of optometry in the District of Columbia" (Everett M. Dirksen - Illinois)].

b. H. R. 5241:  "To amend the Act entitled 'An Act to regulate the practice of optometry in the District of Columbia" (Everett M. Dirksen - Illinois).

F 88: Education and Labor, Committee on (1948).  Civil Rights.

a. Correspondence.  Includes clipping.  Correspondents include National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

b. Summary of Civil Rights Program.  Summary of H. R. 229:  "To prohibit discrimination in employment because of race, color, national origin or ancestry" (William F. Dawson - Illinois).

F 89: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947-1948).  Buildings/Facilities.

Correspondence.  Bills mentioned include S. 2902 ["To authorize the making of grants and loans to the State to assist in providing adequate public elementary and secondary school facilities" (A. Willis Robertson - Virginia) Committee on Public Welfare].  Correspondents include George L. Cross (President, University of Oklahoma) and A. Willis Robertson (Virginia).

F 90: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947-1948).  Federal Aid to Education.  Legislation and Data.

a. Bills mentioned include H. R. 156 ["To authorize the appropriation of funds in order to assist in reducing inequalities of educational opportunities in elementary secondary schools" (Richard J. Welch - California)] and H. R. 1762 ["To promote the general welfare through the appropriation of funds to assist the states and territories in providing more effective programs of public education" (Jamie L. Whitten - Mississippi)].

b. Compilation:  "The Nation's Press Reports on Federal Aid to Education."  Newspaper and Magazine articles.

c. H. R. 2953:  "To authorize the appropriation of funds to assist the states and territories in financing a minimum foundation education program of public-elementary and secondary schools for the general welfare and for other purposes" (Edward O.  McCowen - Ohio).  ...

d. Interim Report:  "Federal Assistance to the States for the Purpose of Financing a Minimum Foundation Education Program and of More Nearly Equalizing Educational Opportunities."  Submitted by Mc. McCowen to accompany H. R. 2953.

e. S. 472:  "To authorize the appropriation of funds to assist the States and Territories in financing a minimum foundation education program of public elementary and secondary schools, and in reducing the inequalities of opportunities through public elementary and secondary schools for the general welfare, and for other purposes" (Robert A. Taft - Ohio; Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; Allen J. Ellender - Louisiana; Lister Hill - Alabama; H. Alexander Smith - New Jersey; John Sherman Cooper - Kentucky; Dennis Chavez - New Mexico; Charles W. Tobey - New Hampshire).

f. Senate Report ... (S. 472):  "Educational Finance Act of 1947."  Committee on Labor and Public Welfare.

g. Public Law ...-586 (S. 619):  "To amend the Act of June 8, 1936, relating to vocational education so as to provide for the further development of vocational education in the several states and territories."  ... Congress (19..).  Original bill by ...

h. H. R. 1870:  same title as H. R. 2953 (Laurie C. Battle - Alabama).

i. S. 119:  same title as S. 472 (George D. Aiken - Vermont).

j. H.R. 2188: "Education Finance Act of 1947 (Estes Kefauver - Tennessee)

k. H.R. 1803: (Thomas Abernathy - Mississippi)

l. H.R. 1942: (Gerald Landis - Indiana)

m. H.R. 947: (Cole)

n. H.R. 1722: (William Winstead - Mississippi)

o. S. 81: (Green)

p. S. 170: (McCarran)

q. S. 259: (Pepper)

F 91: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947-1948).  Federal Aid to Education.  Correspondence (A - B).

Correspondence re federal aid to education.  Some correspondence relates directly to S. 492 and H. R. 2953.

F 92: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947-1948).  Federal Aid to Education.  Correspondence (C - E).

Correspondence re federal aid to education.  Some correspondence relates to S. 492 and H. R. 2953.

F 93: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947-1948).  Federal Aid to Education.  Correspondence (F - Han).

Correspondence re federal aid to education.  Some correspondence relates to S. 492; H. R. 2953; and P. L.  586.

F 94: Education and Labor, Committee on (1948).  Federal Aid to Education.  Correspondence (Har - L).

Correspondence re federal aid to education.  Some correspondence mentions S. 492 and H. R. 2953.

F 95: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947-1948).  Federal Aid to Education.  Correspondence (M - P).

Correspondence re federal aid to education.  Some correspondence mentions S. 199; S. 492; H. R. 156; H. R. 1762; H. R. 1870; and H. R. 2953.

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