CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
LEGISLATIVE SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 1

Box 2: Eightieth Congress:  Education and Labor - Judiciary

F 1: Education and Labor, Committee on (1948).  Federal Aid to Education:  Correspondence:  Q - St.

Correspondence concerning Federal Aid to Education.  Some correspondence mentions H. R. 2953 and S. 492.

F 2: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947-1948).  Federal Aid to Education:  Correspondence:  Su - Y.

Correspondence concerning Federal Aid to Education.  Some correspondence mentions H. R. 2953 and S. 492.

F 3: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947-1948).  Federal Aid to Education:  Petitions and Resolutions.

a. Petitions supporting H. R. 2953 and S. 492.

b. Resolution:  Oklahoma Association of School Administrators:  Re:  S. 492.

F 4: Education and Labor, Committee on (1946-1948).  Education:  General.

General Correspondence.

F 5: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947).  Impact Aid for Education.  Correspondence concerning H. R. 2653 ["To provide for the education of children of Federal Reservations and other federally owned property not subject to State or local taxation, and for other purposes" (J. M.  Combs - Texas)].

F 6: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947).  Libraries.  Correspondence from American Library Association.  Bills mentioned include S. 48 ["To provide for the demonstration of public library service in areas without such service or with inadequate library facilities."  (Lister Hill - Alabama; George D. Aiken - Vermont)] and H. R. 

2465 ["To provide for the demonstration of public library service in areas without such service or with inadequate library facilities."  (Thomas Jenkins - Ohio)].

F 7: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947).  Parochial Schools.  Correspondence opposing public support to parochial schools.

F 8: Education and Labor Committee on (1947-1948).  School Lunch Program.

a. Correspondence.  Topics include appropriations for public school hot lunch program.  Included in correspondence are remarks by W. S. Tharp and J. H. Belvin, members of the Southwestern Teachers Association of Oklahoma.  Bills mentioned include H. R. 1775 ["To provide additional funds for the fiscal year 1947 to enable the Secretary of Agriculture to carry out the provisions of the National School Lunch Act" (James H. Morrison - Louisiana)].

b. Resolution:  Oklahoma State Senate:  "Memorializing the Congress of the United States to enact the necessary laws to continue the hot lunch program for school children" (March 13, 1947).

F 9: Education and Labor, Committee on (1948).  University Extension Work.  Correspondence.  Correspondents include George L. Cross, President of the University of Oklahoma.  Correspondence mentions S. 2156 ["To authorize the appropriation of funds to assist the State and Territories in the further development of their programs of general university extension education of college grade" (H. Alexander Smith - New Jersey; Edward Martin - Pennsylvania)].



F 10: Education and Labor, Committee on (1948).  Coal Strike.  Correspondence.  Correspondents include Robberson Steel Company and Rep. Fred A. Hartley, Jr. (New Jersey).  Includes booklet.

F 11: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947).  Federal Employees.  Correspondence.  Correspondents include United Federal Workers of America.

F 12: Education and Labor, Committee on (1946-1948).  Labor:  General.  Correspondence:  A - L.

Two statements of Robert Keys.

F 13:  Education and Labor, Committee on (1946-1948).  Labor:  General.  Correspondence:  M - Z.  Includes pamphlets and clippings.  Correspondents include the National Farm Labor Union and Oklahoma State Industrial Union Council.

F 14: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947).  Labor:  General.  Data.

a. Statement:  Howard I. Young (President, American Zinc, Lead and Smelting Company, St. Louis, Missouri): before House Committee on Education and Labor (February 21, 1947). 

b. Government newsletter and clipping.

F 15: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947).  Industrial Health and Safety.  Correspondence.  Some mentions H. R. 475 ["To provide for cooperation with State Agencies administering labor laws in establishing and maintaining safe and proper working conditions in industry and in the preparation, promulgation, and enforcement of regulations to control industrial health hazards" (Mary T. Norton - New Jersey)] and S. 101 [same title as above (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina; Wayne Morse - Oregon)].

F 15b: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947). Labor Management Relations Act. Two copies of P. L. 101 (H.R. 3020).

F 16: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947-1948).  Minimum Wage Legislation.

a. Correspondence.

b. H. R. 3886:  "To raise the minimum wage standards of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938" (Gerald W.  Landis - Indiana).

F 17: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947-1948).  Taft and Hartley bills.  Correspondence:  A - G.  Correspondents include the American Federation of Labor, the Associated Motor Carriers of Oklahoma, James E. Berry (Lieutenant Governor of Oklahoma), American Veterans Committee, and Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees.  Includes Resolution.

F 18: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947-1948).  Taft and Hartley Bills.  Correspondence (H - O).  Correspondents include Albert W. Hawkes (U. S. Senator - New Jersey), National Cooperative Milk Producers Federation, Oil Workers International Union, and Oklahoma Farm Bureau.

F 19:  Education and Labor, Committee on (1947).  Taft and Hartley bills.  Correspondence (P - Z).

F 20: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947-1948).  Taft and Hartley bills.  Data.

a. Correspondence:  Fred A. Hartley, Jr. (U. S. Representative - New Jersey).

b. Statement:  National Clergymen's Committee on the Taft-Hartley Bill (June 17, 1945).

c. Excerpts from the Remarks of Robert N. Denham (General Counsel, National Labor Relations Board) before the Minnesota Employers' Association (June 30, 1948).

d. Rights guaranteed to employee by the Hartley Bill.

e. Statement:  Fred A. Hartley, Jr.:  "What the Labor Management Relations Act of 1947 Will Mean."  Refers to H. R. 3020.

f. Joint Statement:  Allen J. Ellender (U. S. Senator - Louisiana) and Fred A. Hartley, Jr. (U. S. Representative - New Jersey):  Re:  . . . (June 19, 1947).

F 21: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947).  Taft and Hartley bills.  Petitions and Resolutions.  Both petition and resolution condemn the enactment of the Taft and Hartley bills.

F 22: Education and Labor, Committee on (1948).  Telephone exchanges.

a. Correspondence.

b. H. R. 4709:  "To amend section 213 (525 Stat. 1067, as amended by 53 Stat. 1266) of title 29 of the United States Code, the same being a section of the Fair Labor Act of 1938, as amended, so as to eliminate the exception of small telephone exchanges from the overtime and minimum wage provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act" (George P. Miller - California).

F 23: Education and Labor, Committee on (1947).  Telephone Strike.  Correspondence.

F 24: Education and Labor, Committee on (1948).  Wage and Hour Act amendments.  Correspondence mentions H. R. 4387 ["To define the jurisdiction of the courts to effectuate collective bargaining agreements, and for other purposes" (Angier L. Goodwin - Massachusetts)].

F 25: Education and Labor, Committee on (1948).  Youth Programs.

H. R. 4646:  "To authorize the expenditure of public funds for the assistance of state and municipal youth projects" (Jacob K. Javits - New York).

F 26: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1948) Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946.

a. Hearings:  "Evaluation of Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946" (February 2, 17, 18, 23, and 25, 1948).

b. Public Law 601 (S. 2177):  "To provide for increased efficiency in the legislative branch of the Government." 

F 27: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1948).  Reorganization Plan No. 1.  Correspondence mentions H. Con. Res. 131 ["Against adoption of Reorganization Plan No. 1 of January 19, 1948" (Clare E. Hoffman - Michigan)].

F 28: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1947).  Reorganization Plan No. 3.

a. House Report . . (H. Con. Res. 51):  Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1947.

b. Hearings:  Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments:  "H. Con. Res. 51; Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1947" (June 9 and 10, 1947). 

c. Progress Report on Housing Program, published by the American Legion.

d. Above data deals with H. Con. Res. 51:  "Against adoption of Reorganization Plan No. 3 of May 27, 1947" (Clare E. Hoffman - Michigan)

F 28b: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1948).  Report.

a. Investigation on the Disposition of a Steam-Power- Generating Plant at Oklahoma Ordnance Works near Chouteau, Okla.

F 29: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1947).  CA Statement. 

Remarks deal with the need for a foreign relief bill.

F 30: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1947-1948).  Calendar.  Correspondence mentions H. R. 1345 ["To improve the calendar by making it perpetual by equalizing the quarters of the year, and fixing holidays" (John Kee - West Virginia)].

F 31: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1948).  China.

Report:  Committee on Foreign Affairs:  National and International Movements "The Strategy and Tactics of World Communism" with a supplement on country studies "Communism in China."

F 32: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1947-1948).  General Correspondence.  Included is a report by the Miami Chamber of Commerce Legislative Committee.  Correspondents include Amalgamated Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers.

F 33: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1947-1948).  Foreign Aid.  Correspondence and clippings.  Correspondents include J. Frederick Richardson (Coordinator of Information, U. S. House of Representatives).

F 34: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1947).  Foreign Aid:  H. R. 4579.

a. Correspondence from Rep. Christian Herter.

b. H. R. 4579:  "To provide means for financing United States programs of Foreign Aid and to create agencies to carry out such programs" (Christian Herter - Massachusetts).

F 35: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1947).  Greece and Turkey, Aid to.  Correspondence.  Bills mentioned include H. R. 2616 ["To provide for assistance to Greece and Turkey" (Charles A. Eaton - New Jersey)] and S. 938 [same title as H. R. 2616 (Arthur H. Vandenberg - Michigan)].

F 36: Foreign Affairs, Committee on ( - ).  Greece and Turkey, Aid to.  Statements, etc.  (Data refers to bills cited in Folder 35.)

a. Statement:  National Council of American-Soviet Friendship.

b. Pamphlet:  Henry A. Wallace:  "Answer" to President Truman's proposal on Greece and Turkey.

c. Memorandum:  Armenian National Council of America:  re:  proposed aid to Greece and Turkey (March, 1947).

d. Statement:  Harry F. Byrd, Sr. (U. S. Senator - Virginia) (April 6, 1947).

F 37: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1947).  International Refugee Organization.  Correspondence.  Some mentions S. J. Res. 77 ["Providing for membership and participation by the United States in the International Refugee Organization and authorizing an appropriation therefor" (Arthur H. Vandenberg - Michigan; Tom Connally - Texas)].

F 38: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1948).  MacArthur.  Correspondence with J. M. Wainwright, General, U.S.A.  retired.

F 39: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1947-1948).  Marshall Plan:  Correspondence (A - G).

Correspondents include the League of Women Voters and American Cotton Shippers Association.  Includes petitions.  Bills mentioned include H. R. 6556 ["To extend the authority of the President under section 350 of the Tariff Act of 1930 as amended and for other purposes" (Bertrand W. Gearhart - California)] and S. 2202 ["To promote the general welfare, national interest, and foreign policy of the United States through necessary economic and financial assistance to foreign countries which undertake to cooperate with each other in the establishment and maintenance of economic conditions essential to a peaceful and prosperous world."  (Arthur H. Vandenberg - Michigan; Tom Connally - Texas)].

F 40: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1947-1948).  Marshall Plan:  Correspondence (H - Z).

F 41: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1947).  Marshall Plan:  Publication.  Booklet:  "European Recovery Program."  Includes the following:  "Proposed Legislation for a European Recovery Program," "Explanation of Proposed Legislation for a European Recovery Program, "Essential Elements of Proposed Legislation for a European Recovery Program," "Essential Elements of Proposed United States Support for a European Recovery Program," "Commodity Requirements of European Recovery and the Cost of U. S.  Assistance," and "U. S. Government Organization and Administration for a European Recovery Program."

F 42: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1948).  Marshal Plan:  Publications and Statements.

a. Correspondence and clippings.  Correspondence from Clarence Lea (U. S. Representative - California).  Includes resolution adopted by the Committee for the Marshal Plan to aid European Recovery.

b. Statement:  H. B. Fell (Executive Vice President, Independent Petroleum Association of America) before the Oil Subcommittee of the House Armed Services Committee (February, 1948).

c. Program for "Conference on the European Recovery Program" called by the Committee for the Marshall Plan to Aid European Recovery.

F 43: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1947).  Marshall Plan:  Publications and Statements. 

a. Statement:  George W. Armstrong:  "Marshall Plan Exposed."

b. General Report:  Committee of European Economic Cooperation, Department of State (September 21, 1947).

F 44: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1948).  Middle East.

a. Correspondence with Charles Buckley (U. S. Representative - New York).

b. H. Con. Res. 149:  "Calling upon the President to modify the United States embargo on arms and ammunition to the Middle East, and for other purposes."  (Charles Buckley - New York).

F 45: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1947-1948).  United Nations

a. Correspondence.

b. H. R. 6802:  "To strengthen the United Nations and promote international cooperation for peace" (Charles Eaton - New Jersey).

c. Pamphlet:  "From Here On."  Published by a chapter of the United Nations with interpretive comments and pertinent discussion questions.

d. H. Con. Res. 59.

F 46: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1947).  UNICEF.  Summary of Discussions on the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF).

F 47: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1947).  Voice of America.  Correspondence.  Mentions H. R. 3342 ["To enable the Government of the U. S. more effectively to carry on its foreign relations by means of promotion of the interchange of persons, knowledge, and skills between the people of the U. S. and other countries, and by means of public dissemination abroad of information about the U. S., its people, and its policies" (Karl E. Mundt - South Dakota].

F 48: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1948).  War Debts. Correspondence and clippings.

F 49: General/Miscellaneous/Multi-Issue Correspondence (1947).  Correspondence (A - N) and clippings.

F 50: General/Miscellaneous/Multi-Issue Correspondence (1947).  Correspondence (P - W) and clippings.

F 51: House Administration, Committee on (1947-1948).  House Document Room. 

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Frank L.  Sundstrom (U. S. Representative - New Jersey) and Elmer Lewis (Superintendent, House Document Room).

b. Report:  Wright Patman (U. S. Representative - Texas):  "Fascism in Europe."

F 52: House Administration, Committee on (1948).  Poll Tax. Individual views of Carl Hayden (U. S. Senator - Arizona) to accompany H. R. 29 ["Making unlawful the requirement for the payment of a poll tax as a prerequisite to voting in a primary or other election for national officers."  (George Bender - Ohio)].

F 53: Housing, Joint Committee on (1948).

a. Report:  C. F. Roos; T. L. Podea; D. J. Ahearn; C. E. Young:  "Statistics and Economics of Housing."  Printed for the use of the Joint Committee on Housing (March 19, 1948).

b. Statement:  Ralph A. Gamble (U. S. Representative - New York):  "The Federal Government's Position in Housing."  Joint Committee on Housing (January 20, 1948).

c. Statement:  "A New Housing Policy."

F 54: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1948). Alcoholic Beverage Advertising.

Correspondence in support of S. 265 ["To prohibit the transportation in interstate commerce of advertisements of alcoholic beverages, and for other purposes." (Arthur Capper - Kansas)].

F 55: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1948). Aviation.  Correspondence.  Some mention H. R. 1245 ["To provide for the establishment of a national system of air marking for the facilitation, encouragement, and safety of aviation."  (Richard F. Harless - Arizona)].

F 56: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1948). Communications Act amendments.  Correspondence, including resolution.  Mentioned is S. 1333 ["To amend the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, and for other purposes."  (Wallace H. White, Jr. - Maine)].

F 57: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1947). Daylight Saving Time.  Correspondence.

F 58: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1948).  Food, Drug, and Cosmetics Act Amendments.

a. Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 3763.

b. H. R. 3763:  "To amend the Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act" (Gerald W. Landis - Indiana).

F 59: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1948).  Food and Drug Act Amendments.  Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 4071 ["To amend sections 301(k) and 304(a) of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, as amended." (William J. Miller - Connecticut).

F 60: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1947-1948).  Interstate Commerce Act amendments: Bulwinkle-Reed.  Correspondence (A - M).

a. Correspondence.  Mentioned are H. R. 221 and S. 110 ["To amend the Interstate Commerce Act with respect to certain agreements between carriers (Clyde M. Reed - Kansas)].

b. H. R. 221:  "To amend the Interstate Commerce Act with respect to certain agreements between carriers" (Alfred Bulwinkle - North Carolina).

F 61: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1947-1948). Interstate Commerce Act amendments:  Bulwinkle-Reed.  Correspondence (N - Z).

Correspondence.  Mentioned are H. R. 221 and S. 110.

F 61b: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1947).

H.R. 1234: "To prohibit any carrier subject to part I of the Interstate Commerce Act, in transporting property between two points from making a difference in its charges depending on the point of origin or destination. (Rankin)

F 62: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1947-1948).  National Science Foundation Act.

Correspondence.  Bills mentioned include S. 526 ["To promote the progress of science, to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; to secure the national defense; and for other purposes" (H. Alexander Smith - New Jersey; Guy Cordon - Oregon; Chapman Rivercomb - West Virginia; Leverett Saltonstall - Massachusetts; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; and J. William Fulbright - Arkansas)]; S. 2385 [same title as S. 526 (same authors but with Harley M. Kilgore - West Virginia also included)]; H. R. 6007 ["To promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; to secure the national defense; and for other purposes" (Charles A. Wolverton - New Jersey)]; and H. R. 4162 [same title as H. R. 6007].

F 63: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1947-1948).  Natural Gas Act amendments.

a. Correspondence.  Bills mentioned include H. R. 2185 ["To amend the Natural Gas act approved June 21, 1938, as amended" (Ross Rizley, Oklahoma)]; H. R. 4099 ["To amend the Natural Gas Act approved June 21, 1938, as amended, in order to make clear the exemption of the independent production or gathering of Natural Gas from the provisions of the Natural Gas Act" (J. Percy Priest - Tennessee)] and H. R. 4051 [same title as H. R. 2185 (Ross Rizley - Oklahoma)].

b. Report amending the Natural Gas Act approved June 21, 1938 as amended.  Submitted by Mr. Carson, from the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, to accompany H. R. 4051.

F 64: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1948). Natural Gas pipeline.  Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. J. Res. 2 ["Prohibiting the war Assets Administration from disposing of certain pipe lines and facilities used for transporting oil until six months after final report and recommendations of the Federal Power Commission in its docket no. G-580 have been submitted to the Congress" (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania)].

F 65: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1948).  Public Health.  Correspondence.  Bills mentioned include H. R. 3924 ["To amend the Public Health Service Act in regard to certain matters of personnel and administration, and for other purposes" (Charles A. Wolverton - New Jersey)]; H. R. 5644 ["To assist the States in the development and maintainence of local public health units, and for other purposes."  (James I. Dolliver - Iowa)]; and H. R. 5678 [same title as H. R. 5644 (J.  Percy Priest - Tennessee)].

F 65b: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1948). Radio. Correspondence, re: S. 2231.

F 66: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1947-1948).  Railroad Retirement:  General.  Correspondence.  Includes booklet discussing the Railroad Retirement Act.

F 67: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1948).  Railroad Retirement Act amendments.

a. Correspondence.  Bills mentioned include H. R. 5993; H. R. 6766; and H. R. 5875 ["To amend the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act, as amended" (Robert Crosser - Ohio)].

b. H. R. 5993:  "To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937, as amended" (Robert Crosser - Ohio).

c. S. 2437 [same title as H. R. 5993] (George D. Aiken - Vermont; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Irving M. Ives - New York; Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; Lister Hill - Alabama; James E. Murray - Montana; Claude Pepper - Florida).

d. Public Law 744 (H. R. 6766):  "To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937, as amended, and the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act, as amended, and for other purposes."

F 68: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1947).  Railroad Retirement and Unemployment Insurance Act amendments.  Correspondence (A - L).  Bills mentioned include H. R. 2169 ["To repeal the Act entitled `An Act to amend the Railroad Retirement Acts, the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act and subchapter B of chapter 9 of the Internal Revenue Code; and other purposes,' approved July 31, 1946; and for other purposes." (Wilson D. Gillette - Pennsylvania)]; H. R. 2310 ["To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937, the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act, and subchapter B of Chapter 9 of the Internal Revenue Code, and for other purposes" (Wilson D. Gillette - Pennsylvania)]; H. R. 2911 [same title as H. R. 2853 (Evan Howell - Illinois)]; and S. 670 [same title as H. R. 3150 (Albert W. Hawkes - New Jersey)].

F 69: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1947).  Railroad Retirement and Unemployment Insurance Act amendments.  Correspondence (M - Z).  Correspondence mentions all bills cited in folder 68:  H. R. 2169; H. R. 2310; H. R. 2835; H. R. 2854; H. R. 2911; H. R.  3150; and S. 670.

F 70: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1947).  Railroad Retirement and Unemployment Insurance Act amendments:  Data and petitions.

a. Correspondence.

b. Essay:  "Rumor vs. Reality in Connection with H. R. 3150."

F 71: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1948).  Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act amendments. 

a. "To amend the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act, as amended" (Robert Crosser - Ohio).

b. S. 2438:  "To amend the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act as amended" (George D. Aiken - Vermont; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Irving M. Ives - New York; Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; Lister Hill - Alabama; James E. Murray - Montana; Claude Pepper - Florida).

F 72: Judiciary, Committee on the (1947-1948).  Administrative Practitioners Bill.

a. Correspondence.

b. H. R. 2657:  "To protect the public with respect to practitioners before administrative agencies" (John W. Gwynne - Iowa).

F 73: Judiciary, Committee on the (1948).  Bankruptcy. 

Correspondence.

F 74: Judiciary, Committee on the (1948).  Civil Rights.  Correspondence.  Includes clippings and resolution.  Correspondents include Toby Morris (U. S. Representative - Oklahoma); Oren Harris (U. S. Representative - Arkansas); and J. Strom Thurmond (Governor of South Carolina).

F 75: Judiciary, Committee on the (1947-1948).  Displaced Persons Admission Act.

a. Correspondence.  Bills mentioned include H. R. 2910 ["To authorize the United States during an emergency period to undertake its fair share in the resettlement of displaced persons in Germany, Austria, Italy, including relatives of citizens or members of our armed forces by permitting their admission into the U. S. in a number equivalent to a part of the total quota numbers unused during the war years" (William G. Stratton - Illinois)].

b. H. R. 5004:  "To provide the privilege of becoming a naturalized citizen of the U. S. to all immigrants having a legal right to permanent residence, to make immigration quotas available to Asiatic and Pacific peoples and for other purposes" (Walter H. Judd - Minnesota). 

c. H. R. 6396:  "To authorize for a limited period of time and admission of displaced persons into the United States for permanent residence and for other purposes" (Frank Fellows - Maine).

d. S. 2242:  "To authorize for a limited period of time the admission in the U. S. of certain European displaced persons for permanent residence, and for other purposes."  (Alexander Wiley - Wisconsin).

e. Report-submitted by Frank Fellows, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to accompany H. R. 6396:  "Emergency Displaced Persons Admissions Act."

f. Public Law 774 (S. 2242):  "To authorize for a limited period of time the admission into the U. S. of certain European displaced persons for permanent residence and for other purposes."

g. Speech:  Ed Gossett (U. S. Representative - Texas):  "A New Fifth Column or the Refugee Racket."

F 76: Judiciary, Committee on the (1947-1948).  Employers Liability.  Correspondence.  Bills mentioned include H. R. 242 ["To amend the Employers' Liability Act so as to limit venue in actions brought in United States district courts or in state courts under such act" (John Jennings, Jr. - Tennessee)] and H. R. 1639 [same title as H. R. 242 (___)].

F 77: Judiciary, Committee on the (1947).  Immigration.  Resolution adopted by the American Legion with regard to immigration.

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