CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
LEGISLATIVE SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 3B

Box 4: Eightieth Congress:  Veterans Affairs - Ways and Means Eighty-First Congress:  Agriculture

F 1: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947-1948).  General:  Correspondence.  Legislation mentioned includes H. R.  157, H. R. 577, H. R. 1000, H. R. 1677, H. R. 1889; S. 652; and P. L. 1, P. L. 16, P. L. 101, P. L. 702, P. L. 864, P. L. 868, and P. L. 877.

F 2: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947-1948).  General:  Releases.

a. Address on the floor of the House by Congressman William G. Stigler, Oklahoma, April 7, 1947.

b. Resolution: Veterans Affairs Committee, Southern Governors Conference, November 22, 1943.

F 3: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947-1948).  G. I.  Bill.  Correspondence.

Correspondents include William G. Stigler (U. S. Representative - Oklahoma) and Veterans Administration.

F 4: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947).  Housing:  H. R. 4488.

Correspondence re H. R. 4488 ["To amend the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944, as amended, to provide homes for veterans, through veterans; through veterans' homestead association, and the public facilities essential therefor" (Edith Nourse Rogers - Massachusetts)].

F 5: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1948). Housing: H. R. 4720.

Correspondence re H. R. 4720 ["To amend the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944, as amended, to provide homes for veterans, through veterans' homestead associations, and the public facilities essential therefor" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma)].  Correspondents include Edith Nourse Rogers (U. S. Representative - Massachusetts).

F 6: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947).  Job Training.  Correspondence and Clippings.

F 7: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947).  Job Training:  H. R. 246.

a. Correspondence.

b. H. R. 246:  "To raise the ceilings on wages and allowances payable to veterans undergoing training on the job, and for other purposes" (Bernard W. Kearney - New York).

c. House Report No. 77 (H. R. 245).

F 8: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947).  Job Training:  H. R. 2170. 

a. Correspondence. 

b. H. R. 2170:  "Relating to institutional on-farm training for veterans" (Glen D. Johnson - Oklahoma).

F 9: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947).  Job Training:  H. R. 2181.

Correspondence re H. R. 2181 ["Relating to institutional on-farm training for veterans' (W. M. Wheeler - Georgia).

F 10: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947).  Life Insurance.  Correspondence.

Correspondents include Disabled American Veterans.

F 11: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947).  Life Insurance:  H. R. 1328.

Correspondence re H. R. 1328 ["To amend certain provisions of the National Service LIfe Insurance Act of 1940, as amended" (Edith Nourse Rogers - Massachusetts)].

F 12: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1948).  Multi-Bill.  Correspondence.  Bills mentioned include H. R. 4745 ["To amend the Veterans' Preference Act of 1944, as amended, to include administrative reorganizations within the provisions of the act relating to reduction in personnel, and for other purposes" (Edward H. Rees - Kansas)] and H. R.  2176 ["To amend certain provision of Veterans' Regulation No. 1(a), as amended" (Edith Nourse Rogers - Massachusetts)].

F 13: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947).  Pensions:  Spanish - American War.  Correspondence.

F 14: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947).  Pensions:  Spanish - American War.  H. R. 969.

Correspondence re H. R. 969 ["To provide increases in the rates of pensions payable to Spanish-American War veterans and their dependents" (Edith Nourse Rogers - Massachusetts)].

F 15: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1948).  Pensions:  Spanish - American War:  H. R. 1268.

Correspondence re H. R. 1268 ["To amend subparagraphs (a) and (d) of paragraph 1 of part III of veterans Regulation No. 1 (a), as amended" (Edith Nourse Rogers - Massachusetts)].

F 16: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947).  Pensions:  Spanish - American and Civil War:  H. R. 3961.

Correspondence re H. R. 3961 ["To provide increases in the rates of pensions payable to Spanish-American War and Civil War veterans and their dependents" (Alvin E. O'Konski - Wisconsin)].  Correspondents include United Spanish War Veterans.

F 17: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947-1948).  Pensions:  World War I.  Correspondence.

F 18: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947).  Pensions:  World War I:  H. R. 26.

Correspondence re H. R. 26 ["Granting pensions to veterans and the widow and dependent children of veterans of the World War equivalent to pensions granted to veterans, and the widows and dependent children of veterans, of the war with Spain" (Lindley Beckworth - Texas)].

F 19: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947-1948).  Pensions; World War I:  H. R. 677.

Correspondence re H. R. 677 ["To provide pensions for disabled veterans of World War I under similar conditions, and in the same amounts, as now provided for disabled veterans of the Spanish-American War" (Edith Nourse Rogers - Massachusetts)].

F 20: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1945-1947).  Reports. 

a. Booklet:  "Veteran's Statutory Reemployment Rights" October 15, 1945.

b. Booklet:  "Veterans Rights, Privileges, Benefits" the G.I. Bill of Rights, Reemployment Provisions of the Selective Service Act.  October 15, 1945.

c. Pamphlet:  Veterans Legislation "Resume of Bills Reported by the Committee on Veterans' Affairs."  August 14, 1947.

F 20b: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1948). Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944.

F 21: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947-1948).  Subsistence Allowance.  Correspondence.  Included are resolutions from American Legion Posts of Payne County, Oklahoma State Association of Master Plumbers, and University of Oklahoma Board of Regents.

F 22: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947).  Subsistence Allowance.  S. 1394.

Correspondence re S. 1394 ["To provide increased subsistence allowance to veterans pursuing certain courses under the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944, as amended, and for other purposes' (Wayne Morse - Oregon; Irving M. Ives - New York; William E. Jenner - Indiana; Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; Claude Pepper - Florida; Lister Hill - Alabama)].

F 23: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947).  Subsistence Allowance.  H. R. 870.

Correspondence re H. R. 870 ["To amend certain provisions of Veterans Regulation No. 1(a), as amended" (Edith Nourse Roger - Massachusetts)].

F 23b: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1947-1948). Various public laws.

F 24: Veterans' Affairs, Committee on (1948).  Veterans Hospitals:  H. R. 5070.

Correspondence re H. R. 5070 ["To authorize an appropriation in the amount of 500,000, for the expansion of hospital facilities at the United States Veterans Hospital at Muskogee, Oklahoma" (William G. Stigler - Oklahoma)].

F 24b: Veterans's Affairs, Committee on (1948). Veterans' Information guide.

F 25: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Barbiturates.  Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 588 ["To provide for the coverage of barbiturates under the Federal narcotic laws" (Edith Nourse Rogers - Massachusetts)].

F 26: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Bonus.  Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 1889 ["To provide adjusted service compensation for those persons who served in the armed forces of the united states during World War II and to adjust with respect thereto the monetary benefits received pursuant to the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944, as amended, and for other purposes" (George B. Schwabe - Oklahoma)].

F 27: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Castleberry, Albert D.

Correspondence regarding proposed relief bill.

F 28: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Gun Control.  Correspondence.  Bills mentioned include H. R. 1061 ["Providing for the registration of firearms and for other purposes." (Henderson H. Carson - Ohio)] and S. 332 ["To provide for the registration of certain firearms, the taxation of the transfers thereof, and for other purposes."  (Alexander Wiley - Wisconsin)].

F 29: Ways and Means, Committee on (1948).  Government Spending.  Correspondence.  Includes newsletter.

F 30: Ways and Means, Committee on (1948).  Inflation.  Correspondence and clipping.

F 31: Ways and Means, Committee on (1948).  National Health Insurance.  Correspondence.  Mentioned is S. 545 ["To coordinate the health functions of the Federal Government in a single agency; to amend the Public Health Service Act for the following purposes:  To expand the activities of the Public Health Service Act; to promote and encourage medical and dental research in the National Institute of Health and through grants-in-aid to the States; to construct in the National Institute of Health a dental research institute; and for other purposes" (Robert A. Taft - Ohio; H. Alexander Smith - New Jersey; Joseph H. Ball - Minnesota; Forrest C. Donnell - Missouri)].

F 32: Ways and Means, Committee on (1948).  Newspaper/Magazine Vendors.  Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 5052 ["To exclude certain vendors of newspapers or magazines from certain provisions of the Social Security Act and Internal Revenue Code." (Bertrand W. Gearhart - California)].  Correspondents include Herman Eberharter (U. S. Representative - Pennsylvania).

F 33: Ways and Means, Committee on (1948).  Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act.

H. R. 5711:  "To amend the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act, as amended, and for other purposes' (Richard M. Simpson - Pennsylvania).

F 34: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947-1948).  Social Security/ Old Age Pensions.  Correspondence (A - C). Bills mentioned include H. R. 2410 ["To amend the Social Security Act (49 Stat. 620) by adding a new title thereto to be know as title XIV, and for other purposes" (Toby Morris - Oklahoma)] and H. R. 3362 [same title as H. R. 2410 (CA)].

F 35: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947-1948).  Social Security/Old Age Pensions:  Correspondence (D - K). Bills mentioned are H. R. 2410 and H. R. 3362.

F 36: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947-1948).  Social Security/Old Age Pensions:  Correspondence (L - N) and clippings.  Mentioned is H. R. 5804.

F 37: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947-1948).  Social Security/Old Age Pensions.  Correspondence (O - R). Mentioned is H. R. 2410.

F 38: Ways and Means, Committee on (1946-1948).  Social Security/Old Age Pensions:  Correspondence (S - Z). Bills concerning Social Security benefits mentioned include H. R. 58, H. R. 670, H. R. 1568, H. R. 1630, H. R. 2410, H. R. 2476, H. R. 3097, H. R. 3133, H. R. 3339, H. R. 3362, H. R. 3459, H. R. 4303, H. R. 4969, S. 466, and S. 1679. 

F 39: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Social Security/ Old Age Pensions:  Data.

a. Resolution:  Oklahoma State Senate:  Relates to H. R. 2410 ["To amend the Social Security act (49 Stat. 620) by adding a new title thereto to be know as title XIV and for other purposes" (Toby Morris - Oklahoma)].

b. Congressional Record.  Mentions H. R. 1881 ["A bill to equalize state old-age assistance payments and to provide burial allowances under title I of the Social Security Act" (Paul Stewart - Oklahoma)].

F 40: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Social Security/ Old Age Pensions:  Petitions.

Petitions support passage of H. R. 2410.

F 41: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947). Social Security/ Old Age Pensions:  Morris/Albert bills.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Toby Morris (U. S. Representative - Oklahoma) and Gerald W.  Landis (U. S. Representative - Indiana).

b. H. R. 2410:  "To amend the Social Security Act (49 Stat. 620) by adding a new title thereto to be known as title XIV, and for other purposes" (Toby Morris - Oklahoma).

c. H. R.  3362:  same title as H. R. 2410 (CA).

F 42: Ways and Means, Committee on (1948).  Social Security:  Educators.  Correspondence.

Correspondents include George L. Cross (President of the University of Oklahoma).

F 43: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947-1948).  Social Security:  Hospitals.  Correspondence.

Correspondents include the Oklahoma State Nurses Association.

F 44: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Social Security:  S. 1355 and S. 1679.

Correspondence.  Bills mentioned include S. 1355 ["To amend the Social Security Act to enable States to establish more adequate public welfare programs, and for other purposes."  (John Sherman Cooper - Kentucky)] and S. 1679 ["To provide for a national program of retirement survivors, and extended disability insurance" (James E. Murray - Montana; Robert F. Wagner - New York; J. Howard McGrath - Rhode Island)].

F 45: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Social Security:  H. R. 781.

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Gerald W.  Landis (U. S. Representative - Indiana) and John R.  Murdock (U. S. Representative - Arizona).

b. H. R. 781:  "Providing direct Federal old-age assistance at the rate of $60 per month to needy citizens sixty years of age and older" (Gerald W.  Landis - Indiana).

F 46: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Social Security:  H. R. 2951.

Correspondence re H. R. 2951 ["Providing direct assistance at the rate of sixty dollars per month to citizens sixty years of age or over" (Noble J. Johnson - Indiana)].

F 47:  Ways and Means, Committee on (1948). Social Security:  H. R. 5777.

a. H. R. 6777:  "To extend the coverage of the old-age and survivors Insurance system, to increase certain benefits payable under such system, and for other purposes" (Daniel A. Reed - New York).

b. House Report 2168 (H. R. 6777)

F 48: Ways and Means, Committee on (1948). Social Security: H. J. Res. 296. Correspondence. Mentioned is H. J. Res. 296: "To maintain the status quo in respect of certain employment taxes and social security benefits pending action by Congress on extended social-security coverage" (Bertrand W. Gearhert - California).

F 49: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947). Townsend Plan.

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Homer D. Angell (U.S. Representative - Oregon), J. Hardin Peterson (U.S. Representative - Florida), and Townsend Recovery Plan. Includes clippings.

b. H. R. 16:  "To provide every adult citizen in the United States with equal basic federal insurance, permitting retirement with benefits at age sixty, and also covering total disability from whatever cause for certain citizens under sixty; to give protection to widows with children; to provide an ever expanding market for goods and services through the payment and distribution of such benefits in ratio to the Nation's steadily increasing ability to produce, with the cost of such benefits to be carried by every citizens in proportion to the income privilege he enjoys" (Homer D. Angell - Michigan).

c. Remarks:  Homer D. Angell (June 29, 1947).

d. Remarks:  Homer D. Angell (March 4, 1947).

F 50: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Tariffs.

a. Correspondence.

b. Booklet:  National League of Women Voters:  "Trade Agreements -- Bridge to Peace" (April, 1945).

F 51: Ways and Means, Committee on (1948).  Tariffs:  H. R. 6556.

Correspondence re H. R. 6556 ["To extend the authority of the President under section 35) of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended, and for other purposes" (Bertrand W.  Gearhart - California)].

F 52: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Tariffs:  Copper:  H. R. 2404.

a. Correspondence re H. R. 2404 ["To suspend certain import taxes on copper" (James T. Patterson - Connecticut).

b. House Report No. 108 (H. R. 2404).

F 53: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947-1948).  Taxation:  Correspondence (A - K) and clippings.

F 54: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Taxation:  Correspondence (M - O) and clippings.

F 55: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947-1948).  Taxation:  Correspondence (P - W) and clippings.

F 56: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Taxation:  Albert StatementCongressional Record (Eightieth Congress; First Session): Remarks of Carl Albert:  "Income-Tax Reduction for Lower Brackets" (March 20, 1947).

F 57: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Taxation:  Charitable Projects.  Correspondence.  Includes a summary of a bill proposing an amendment to the Internal Revenue Act.

F 58: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Taxation:  Co-operatives.  Correspondence.  Included are pamphlets on pro-cooperative taxation.

F 59: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Taxation:  Corporate Taxes.  Correspondence.

F 60: Ways and Means, Committee on (1948).  Taxation:  Estate Taxes.  Correspondence.

Mentioned is H. R. 5918 ["Exempting from the Federal estate tax the proceeds of national service life insurance and United States Government life insurance" (CA)].

F 61: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947-1948).  Taxation:  Excise Taxes:  Amusement Taxes.  Correspondence.  Includes correspondence from various amusement organizations, including the American Association of Museums.

F 62: Ways and Means, Committee no (1948).  Taxation:  Excise Taxes:  Communications.  Correspondence. Mentioned is H. R. 5995 ["To repeal the taxes on telegraph, telephone, radio and cable services" (James H. Morrison - Louisiana)].

F 63: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Taxation:  Excise Taxes:  Cosmetics.  Correspondence.

F 64: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Taxation:  Excise Taxes:  Jewelry.  Correspondence.

F 65: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947-1948).  Taxation:  Excise Taxes:  Transportation.  Correspondence.

Mentioned is H. R. 3318 ["To repeal the tax on the transportation of persons" (Joseph R. Farrington - Hawaii)].

F 66: Ways and Means, Committee on (1948).  Taxation:  Federal Lands.  Correspondence.

Mentioned is H. R. 6288 ["To provide for local taxation of real estate owned by the United States and for other purposes" (CA)].

F 67: Ways and Means, Committee on (1948).  Taxation: General Data. 

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include William F.  Russell (Sergeant-at-Arms).

b. Newsletter:  Prentice-Hall:  "What's Happening in Taxation and Government Regulation" (March 8, 15, 1948).

c. Booklet:  Bulletin of America's Town Meeting for Radio Broadcast:  "Should the President's Tax Plan Be Adopted?"

F 68: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Taxation:  House Trailers.  Correspondence.

Mentioned is H. R. 3878 ["To amend section 3404(b) of the Internal Revenue Code" (Robert A. Grant - Indiana)].

F 69: Ways and Means, Committee on (1948).  Taxation:  Income Tax preparers.  Correspondence.

Mentioned is H. R. 5732 ["To prohibit unqualified individuals from receiving compensation for preparing or assisting in the preparation of income-tax returns."  (Gregory McMahon - New York).  First page of bill included.

F 70: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Taxation:  Individual exemptions.  Correspondence.

Mentioned is H. R. 2649 ["To increase the normal tax and surtax exemption from $500 to $1000 and the credit for dependents from $500 to $7500" (CA)].

F 71: Ways and Means, Committee on (1948). Taxation: Partnerships.

a. Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 6086.

b. H. R. 6986:  "To define partnerships for income tax purposes" (Carl T. Curtis - Nebraska).

F 72: Ways and Means, Committee on (1948).  Taxation:  Racing Shells.  Correspondence.

Mentioned is H. R. 5933 ["To permit the temporary free importation of racing shells" (Herman P. Eberharter - Pennsylvania)].

F 73: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Taxation:  Tax Revision:  H. R. 1.

Correspondence re H. R. 1 ["To reduce individual income-tax payments" (Harold Knutson - Minnesota)].

F 74: Ways and Means, Committee on (1948).  Taxation:  Tax Revision:  H. R. 4708.

Correspondence re H. R. 4708 ["To increase personal exemptions under the individual income tax, to reduce certain excise tax rates, to equalize Federal income taxes upon married persons, and for other purposes" (John D. Dingell - Michigan)].

F 75: Ways and Means, Committee on ( - ).  Taxation:  Tax Revision:  H. R. 4790.

Statement.  Mentions in brief H. R. 4790 ["To reduce individual income-tax payments, and for other purposes" (Harold Knutson - Minnesota)].

F 76: Ways and Means, Committee on (1948).  Taxation:  Tax Revision:  H. R. 6712.

Correspondence re H. R. 6712 ["To provide for revenue revision, to correct tax inequalities, and for other purposes" (Harold Knutson - Minnesota)].

F 77: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947-1948).  Taxation:  Tobacco:  H. R. 968.

Correspondence re H. R. 968 ["To assist states in collecting sales and use taxes on tobacco" (Dwight L. Rogers - Florida)].

F 78: Ways and Means, Committee on (1948).  Taxation:  Tobacco:  H. R. 2974.

Correspondence re H. R. 2974 ["To assist states in collecting sales and use taxes on tobacco" (Dwight L. Rogers - Florida)].

F 79: Ways and Means, Committee on (1948).  Taxation:  Tobacco:  H. R. 3345.

Correspondence re H. R. 3345 ["To assist states in collecting sales and use taxes on tobacco" (Thomas A. Jenkins - Ohio)].

F 80: Ways and Means, Committee on (1948).  Taxation:  Tobacco:  H. R. 5645.

a. Correspondence.

b. H. R. 5645:  "To assist states in collecting sales and use taxes on cigarettes" (Thomas A. Jenkins - Ohio).

c. House Report No. 1588 (H. R. 5645).

F 81: Ways and Means, Committee on (1947).  Unemployment Compensation.  Correspondence.  Includes resolution adopted by State Legislative Council.

F 81b: Eightieth Congress. Miscellaneous. Includes private bill for Eddie Kirechke.

F 82: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Acreage Allotments.  Correspondence.  Correspondents include the American Farm Bureau Federation.

F 83: Agriculture, Committee on (1948-1949).  Agriculture Adjustment Act Amendments:  S. 732.

a. S. 732:  "Providing for the taking of action in 1949 with respect to quotas for the 1950 crops of corn, wheat, cotton, rice and tobacco" (George Aiken - Vermont).

b. Senate (?) Report No. 331 (S. 732).

F 84: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Agricultural Adjustment Act Amendments:  H. R. 4753.

H. R. 4753:  "To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended, by the Agricultural Act of 1948" (Harold D. Cooley - North Carolina).

F 85: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Agricultural Adjustment Act amendments:  H. R. 5617.

H. R. 5617:  "To authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to stabilize prices of agricultural commodities; to amend section 22 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act reenacted by the Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937; and for other purposes" (Albert Gore - Tennessee).

F 86: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1949:  S. 1971.

a. S. 1971:  "To stabilize farm income and farm prices of agricultural commodities; to provide an adequate, balanced and orderly flow of agricultural commodities in interstate and foreign commerce; and for other purposes" (Elmer Thomas - Oklahoma).

b. Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1949.

F 87: Agriculture, Committee on (1950-1951).  Brannan Plan.  Correspondence.  Includes petition.

F 88: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Butter.  Correspondence.

F 89: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Coffee.  Correspondence.  Correspondents include Cains Coffee Company.

F 90: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Committee Matters.  Correspondence.  Includes an outlined summary of work outlined for the Committee on Agriculture, rules and procedures governing the Committee, Committee budget.  Correspondents include Charles B. Hoeven (U. S. Representative - Iowa), Stephen Pace (U. S. Representative - Illinois).

F 91: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Committee Matters:  Puerto Rico Trip.  Correspondence.

F 92: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Committee Matters:  Special sub-committee.  Correspondence.  Correspondents include Stephen Pace (U. S. Representative - Georgia).

F 93: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Commodity Exchange Act amendments:  (H. R. 4685.

H. R. 4685:  "To amend the Commodity Exchange Act, as amended" (Harold D. Cooley - North Carolina).

F 94: Agriculture, Committee on (1948).  Co-operatives.  Correspondence.  Correspondents include Oklahoma Agricultural Cooperative Council.

F 95: Agriculture, Committee on (1949-1950).  Co-operative Banks:  H. R. 848.

Correspondence re H. R. 848 ["To provide for retirement of the government capital in the central and regional banks for cooperatives, and for other purposes" (Clifford R. Hope - Kansas)].  Correspondents include Oklahoma Farm Associations.

F 96: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Corn

a. Statement:  T. B. Walker (Chief Program Analysis, Division Grain Branch, U.S.D.A.):  before Special sub-committee of the House Committee on Agriculture (March 28, 1949).

b. Statement:  Charles Brannan (Secretary of Agriculture):  before Special Sub-Committee on the House Committee on Agriculture (March 22, 1949):  Re:  Corn Acreage allotments and marketing quotas.

c. Proclamations and Determinations relating to corn allotments.

F 97: Agriculture, Committee on (1949-1950).  Cotton:  General:  Oklahoma Correspondence (A - F).

F 98: Agriculture, Committee on (1949-1950).  Cotton:  General:  Oklahoma Correspondence (G - M).

The general topic is cotton acreage allotment.

F 99: Agriculture, Committee on (1940-1950).  Cotton:  General:  Oklahoma Correspondence (O - W) and petitions.  Correspondents include Victor Wickersham (U.S. Representative - Oklahoma).  Includes petitions adopted by cotton producers of Marshall County, Oklahoma.

F 100: Agriculture, Committee on (1949-1950).  Cotton:  General:  Out-of-State Correspondence.  Clippings.

F 101: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Cotton Legislation:  Albert Amendment (proposed).  Draft of a bill proposed by CA  "To provide that acreage planted to cotton in 1949 shall not be used in computing cotton acreage allotments for any subsequent year."

F 102: Agriculture, Committee on (1949- ).  Cotton Legislation:  S. 1962.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include American Farm Bureau Federation.

b. S. 1962:  "To amend the cotton and wheat marketing quota provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended" (Clinton P. Anderson - New Mexico; Dennis Chavez - New Mexico); Carl Hayden - Arizona; Ernest W. McFarland - Arizona; William F. Knowland - California; Sheridan Downey - California; Tom Connally - Texas; James O. Eastland - Mississippi; John C. Stennis - Mississippi; John L. McClellen - Arkansas; J. William Fulbright - Arkansas; Allen J. Ellender - Louisiana; Russell B. Long - Louisiana; John J. Sparkman - Alabama; Lister Hill - Alabama; Clyde R. Hoey - North Carolina; Burnet R. Maybank - South Carolina; Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina; Spessard L. Holland - Florida; Claude Pepper - Florida; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Virgil Chapman - Kentucky; Garrett L. Withers - Kentucky; Kenneth McKellar - Tennessee; Elmer Thomas - Oklahoma; Robert S. Kerr - Oklahoma; Frank P. Graham - North Carolina; Pat McCarran - Nevada).

c. Public Law 272 (S. 1962).

d. House (?) Report no. 1259 (S. 1962).

e. Hearings (S. 1962).

f. Statistical data in reference to Oklahoma Cotton allotments.

g. Senate (?) Report No. 597 (S. 1962).

F 104: Agriculture, committee on (1950).  Cotton Legislation:  S. 2919

a. S. 2919:  "Relating to farm acreage allotments for cotton under the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933" (James O. Eastland - Mississippi; John C.  Stennis - Mississippi; Lister Hill - Alabama; John L. McClellan - Arkansas; Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina; John J. Sparkman - Alabama).

b. Hearings on S. 2191and H. J. Res. 

398:  "A resolution relating to cotton and peanut acreage allotments and marketing quotas under the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended."

F 105: Agriculture, Committee on (1949):  Cotton Legislation:  H. R. 128.

a. H. R. 128:  "To provide that acreage planted in cotton in 1949 shall not be used in computing cotton acreage allotments for any subsequent year."

b. House Report no. 269 (H. R. 128).

F 106: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Cotton Legislation:  H. R. 5392.

a. Correspondence.

b. H. R. 5392:  "To amend the cotton marketing quota provisions for the Agricultural adjustment Act of 1938, as amended" (Stephen Pace - Georgia).

F 107: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Cotton Legislation:  H. R. 5392:  CA amendment.  Refers to acreage allotment in relation to H. R. 5392.

F 108: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Cotton Legislation:  H. R. 5738.

a. H. R. 5738:  "To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended, and for other purposes" (Stephen Pace - Georgia).

b. House (?) Report no. 1148 (H. R. 5738).

c. Committee Print:  "A summary of H. R. 5738 Relating to Marketing Quotas for Cotton."

F 109: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Cotton Legislation:  H. R. 6596.

Correspondence re H. R. 6596 ["To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended" (CA).

F 110: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Cotton Legislation:  H. R. 8032.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Victor Wickersham (U. S. Representative - Oklahoma).

b. H. R. 8032:  "To provide emergency cotton allotments in area which have been infested by green bugs" (Victor Wickersham - Oklahoma). 

F 111: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Cotton Legislation:  H. R. 8540.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Stephen Pace (U. S. Representative - Georgia).

b. H. R. 8540:  "To amend the cotton-acreage allotment and marketing-quota provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended" (Stephen Pace - Georgia).

F 112: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Cotton Legislation:  H. R. 8665.

Correspondence re H. R. 8665:  "To amend the cotton acreage allotment and marketing quota provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended" (Stephen Pace - Georgia).  Correspondents include Paul C. Jones (U. S. Representative - Missouri) and George Mahon (U. S. Representative - Texas).

F 113: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Cotton Legislation:  H. R. 8969.

Correspondence re H. R. 8969 ["To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended; the Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act (Public Law 74, 77th Congress); the Agricultural Act of 1949; and for other purposes" (Compton I. White - Idaho)].

F 114: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Cotton Legislation:  H. R. 9109.

Correspondence contains an agreement of producer groups on proposed cotton legislation and suggested amendments to H. R. 9109 ["To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended; the Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act; Public Law 74, Seventy-Seventh Congress; the Agricultural Act of 1949; and for other purposes" (Stephen Pace - Georgia)].

F 115: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Cotton Legislation:  H. J. Res. 398.

a. H. J. Res. 398:  "Relating to cotton and peanut acreage allotments and marketing quotas under the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended."  (Harold D. Cooley - North Carolina)

b. Public Law 471 (H. J. Res. 398).

c. House? Report 1276 (H. J. Res 398):  "Cotton Marketing Quotas and Acreage Allotments."

d. Conference Report no. 1784 (H. J. Res. 398):  "Emergency Cotton Quota Adjustments."

e. House Report 1509 (H. J. Res. 398):  "Emergency Cotton Quotas Adjustments."

f. Remarks:  Elmer Thomas:  Re:  an amendment to H. R. Res. 398 offered by John Williams of Delaware. 

F 116: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Cotton Legislation:  H. J. Res. 398.

a. Correspondence re H. J. Res. 398. 

b. Joint resolution draft introduced by Harold Cooley.

c. Statement:  CA:  "Cotton Marketing Quotas and Acreage Allotments - H. J. Res. 398."

F 117: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Cotton:  Subcommittee.  Correspondence.  Correspondents include Paul C. Jones (U. S. Representative - Missouri) and Stephen Pace (U. S. Representative - Georgia).  Also includes memorandum regarding cotton marketing quotas and draft of a Joint Resolution "Relating to cotton acreage allotments and marketing quotas under the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended."

F 118: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Cotton:  Testimony.

F 119: Agriculture, Committee on (1949-1950).  Cotton:  Testimony and Data.  Correspondence.  Includes acreage estimation, statement by Missouri Producers Association, Statement from office of John C. Stennis (U. S. Senator - Mississippi).

F 120: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Cotton:  Testimony and Data.

a. Speech:  submitted by Agriculture Committee, Delta Council, Mississippi.

b. Tabulation of Oklahoma crop land.

c. Notes and summary:  Belt-Wide cotton conference (April 24, 25, 1949).

d. Booklet:  Missouri Cotton Council:  "Cotton acreage control and Its social effect."

e. Resolution and Agreements:  Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation and Delta Council:  Re:  Cotton Legislation.

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