CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
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Box 5

Box 6: Eighty-First Congress:  Agriculture - Campaign Expenditures

F 1: Agriculture, Committee on (1949-1950).  Rural Telephones:  Testimony and Data Compilation.

a. H. R. 2960:  "To amend the Rural Electrification Act to provide for rural telephones and for other purposes" (W. R. Poage - Texas).

b. House Report 246 (H. R. 2960).

c. Hearings:  Subcommittee, House Committee on Agriculture:  ... (February 14, 15, 16, 1949).

d. Other data include 1945 farm telephone situation in Oklahoma.

F 2: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Rural Telephones:  Testimony and Data:  Bell Companies.

a. Statement:  E. R. Widen (General Commercial Manager, Southwestern Bell Telephone Company), before the House Committee on Agriculture, re H. R. 113.

b. Statement:  H. S. Dumas (President, Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company), before the House Committee on Agriculture, re rural telephone service.

c. Statement:  Russell J. Hoplay (President, Northwestern Bell Telephone Company), before the House Committee on Agriculture, re rural telephone service to farms and ranches served by company.

d. Maps of telephone development.

F 3: Agriculture, Committee on (199).  Rural Telephones:  Testimony and Data:  Farm Organizations.

a. Statement:  J. T. Sanders (Legislative Counsel, National Grange), before the House Committee on Agriculture, re H. R. 113 ["To amend the Rural Electrification Act to provide for rural telephones and for other purposes" (W. R. Poage - Texas)].

b. Statement:  Harry B. Caldwell (Master, North Carolina State Grange), before Subcommittee, House Committee on Agriculture, re rural telephone service.

c. Statement:  Benton J. Strong (Staff, National Farmers Union), before Subcommittee, House Committee on Agriculture, re rural telephone services.

F 4: Agriculture, Committee on (n.d).  Rural Telephones:  Testimony and Data:  National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.

a. Statement:  Clyde T. Ellis (Executive Director, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association), before the House Committee on Agriculture (February 16, 1949).

b. Excerpts from letters and telegrams which have come from various states in support of a telephone bill.

F 5: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Rural Telephones:  Testimony and Data:  Telephone associations and companies.

a. Statement:  Neil Shrick (President, Bertrand Telephone Company, Bertrand, Nebraska), before the House Committee on Agriculture, re H. R. 113 (February 16, 1949).

b. Statement:  Jean Shotwell (General Manager, Lufkin Telephone Exchange, Lufkin, Texas), before the House Committee on Agriculture, re H. R. 113 (February 15, 1949).

c. Statement:  J. T. Naylor (Vice-President and General Manager, Sunland-Tujunja Telephone Company, Sunland, California), before the House Committee on Agriculture, re H. R. 113 (February 16, 1949).

d. Statement:  Minor Corman (President, Southland Telephone Company, Atmore, Alabama), before the House Committee on Agriculture, re H. R. 113 (February 16, 1949).

F 6: Agriculture, Committee on (1948-1949).  Rural Telephones:  Testimony and Data:  U. S. Independent Telephone Association.

a. Statement:  Col. William C. Henery (United States Independent Telephone Association), before the House Committee on Agriculture, re H. R. 113 (February 15, 1949).

b. Pamphlet:  U. S. Independent Telephone Association:  "The Independent Telephone Industry in the United States, August 1, 1948."

c. Data:  Number of farms and number of farms reporting telephones (1940-1945).

d. Pamphlets:  Reconstruction Finance Corporation:  Information re Loans to Business Enterprises and participants in such loans (June, 1948).

e. Exhibit:  Definition of a farm.

F 7: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Rural Telephones:  Testimony and Data:  Miscellaneous.

a. Testimony:  Claude P. Wickard (Administrator, Rural Electrification Administration), before Subcommittee, House Committee on Agriculture, re rural telephones (February 14, 1949).

b. Statement:  Frederick G. Hamley (General Director, National Association of Railroad and Utilities Commissioners), before the House Committee on Agriculture (February 15, 1949).

c. Testimony:  Gordon Persons (Montgomery, Alabama), before the House Committee on Agriculture, re H. R. 113 (February 21, 1949).

d. Data re status of Farm Telephone Service.

e. Data re increase in rural telephones.

F 8: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Rural Telephones:  Testimony and Data:  Miscellaneous.

a. Hearings:  Subcommittee, House Committee on Agriculture:  "Rural Telephones" (February 14, 15, 16, 1949).

b. Farm Telephone Manual.

F 9: Agriculture, Committee on (1945).  School Lunch Program.

Newsletter:  "Oklahoma School Lunch News."

F 10: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Soil Conservation.

Correspondence.  Includes resolutions.

F 11: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Storage Bins. Correspondence.

F 12: Agriculture, Committee on (1949).  Strip Mining (H. R. 4970).

Correspondence re H. R. 4970 ["To encourage the protection of soil and water resources of the nation by providing for cooperation with the state in the restoration of the surface of the lands on which strip-mining operations are conducted and for other purposes" (Brooks Hays - Arkansas)].

F 13: Agriculture, Committee on (1949). Swine (H. R. 4485).  H. R. 4485:  "To amend the act of July 3, 1938 (Public Law 897) entitled 'Agricultural Act of 1938'" (Harold D. Cooley - North Carolina).

F 14: Agriculture, Committee on (1950).  Swine (S. 3055).

Correspondence re S. 3055 ["To amend section 22 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act" (Guy M. Gillette - Iowa)].

F 15: Agriculture, Committee on (n.d.).  Tobacco.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Chase Going Woodhouse (U. S. Representative - Connecticut).

b. H. R. 7222:  "To amend section 301 (b) of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended (U.S.C., title 7, sec. 1301 (b)" (Mrs. Chase Going Woodhouse - Connecticut).

c. Statement:  Chase Going Woodhouse (U. S. Representative - Connecticut), before the House Committee on Agriculture, re H. R. 7222 (July 13, 1950).

d. Hearings:  Subcommittee, Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, re S. 2980 ["To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 with respect to cigar wrapper type 61 tobacco and cigar-wrappers type 62 tobacco" (Spessard L. Holland - Florida; Walter P. George - Georgia; Richard B. Russell - Georgia).

F 16: Agriculture, Committee on (1950). Virgin Islands.

Correspondence re H. R. 8357 ["To provide for an agricultural program in the Virgin Islands" (Harold D. Cooley - North Carolina)].  Correspondents include Morris F. de Castro (Governor, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands).

F 17: Appropriations, Committee on (1950).  Agriculture.

Public Law ...-146 (H. R. 3997):  "Making appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1950, and for other purposes" (Jamie L. Whitten - Mississippi).

F 18: Appropriations, Committee on (1949-1950).  Armed Services (H. R. 4146).

Correspondence re H. R. 4146 ["Making appropriations for the National Security Council, the National Security Resources Board, and for military functions administered by the National Military Establishment for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1950, and for other purposes" (George H. Mahon - Texas).

F 19: Appropriations, Committee on (1949).  Army:  Civil Functions (H. R. 3734).

a. Congressional Record excerpt:  Kenneth McKellar (U. S. Senator - Tennessee), re H. R. 3734 ["Making appropriations for civil functions administered by the Department of the Army for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1950, and for other purposes" (John H. Kerr - North Carolina)] (October 5, 1949).

b. Statement:  CA, re Army Civil Functions Appropriation Bill (H. R. 3734).

F 20: Appropriations, Committee on (198-1950). Army:  Civil Functions:  Oklahoma projects.

a. Correspondence.

b. Data:  Recommended amounts for Oklahoma projects by the Corps of Engineers, the Bureau of the Budget, and the House Committee on Appropriations.

F 21: Appropriations, Committee on (1950).  Army:  National Board for Promotion of Rifle Practice.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include the Boy Scouts of America.

F 22: Appropriations, Committee on (1950).  Bureau of American Ethnology.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include the University of Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Historical Society.

F 23: Appropriations, Committee on (1949).  Deficiency Appropriations (H. R. 5300).

Correspondence re H. R. 5300 ["Making appropriations to supply deficiencies in certain appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1949, and for other purposes" (John H. Kerr - North Carolina)].

F 24: Appropriations, Committee on (1950).  Disabled Veterans (S. J. Res. 198).

S. J. Res. 198:  "To authorize the Administrator of Veterans Affairs to continue providing automobiles and other conveyances to certain disabled veterans, and to provide funds therefor" (Robert Taft - Ohio).

F 25: Appropriations, Committee on (1950).  Government Spending. Correspondence.

F 26: Appropriations, Committee on (1950).  Hospital Survey and Construction.

Correspondence in favor of full appropriation for Hospital Survey and Construction Act.

F 27: Appropriations, Committee on (1950).  Indian Tribal Funds. Correspondence.

F 28: Appropriations, Committee on (1949-1950).  Interior. Correspondence.

F 29: Appropriations, Committee on (1949).  Interior:  Archaeological Surveys.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Robert Bell (Department of Anthropology, University of Oklahoma).

F 30: Appropriations, Committee on (1949-1950).  Interior:  Southwestern Power Administration.

Correspondence and clippings.

F 31: Appropriations, Committee on (1949).  Interior:  Southwestern Power Administration expansion:  data.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include the Oklahoma Statewide Electric Cooperative.

b. Speech:  Elmer Thomas (U. S. Senator - Oklahoma):  "What Should Be Our Public Power Policy?"

c. Compilation of wholesale rates paid by R.E.A.'s for fiscal year ended June 30, 1948.

F 32: Appropriations, Committee on (1949).  Interior:  Southwestern Power Administration expansion:  Public Service Company of Oklahoma materials.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include R. K. Lane. 

b. Statement:  R. K. Lane (President, Public Service Company of Oklahoma), protesting the granting by Congress of appropriations as requested by the Southwestern Power Administration in its request of November, 1945.

F 33: Appropriations, Committee on (1949).  Interior:  Southwestern Power Administration expansion:  Public Service Company of Oklahoma materials.

a. Correspondence.  Includes statement of Frank M. Wilkes re acceptance of contract with other electric companies, and statistical data.

b. Booklet:  "An Industry Dedicated to the Development of Oklahoma."

c. Contract from the Public Service Company of Oklahoma.

F 34: Appropriations, Committee on (1948).  Interior:  Southwestern Power Administration expansion:  Southwestern Power Administration materials.

a. Data:  Estimated Construction Schedule, Southwestern Power Administration Program.

b. Report:  U. S. Department of the Interior, Southwestern Power Administration:  "Economic Feasibility of Proposed System" (December, 1948).

F 35: Appropriations, Committee on (1950).  Omnibus Bill (H. R. 7786).

a. H. R. 7786:  "Making appropriations for the support of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1951, and for other purposes" (Clarence Cannon - Missouri).

b. Bulletin No. 66 (March 29, 1950).  Federal Spending Facts.  Re H. R. 7786.

F 36: Appropriations, Committee on (1950).  Omnibus Bill (H. R. 7786).

Public Law ...-759 (H. R. 7786):  "Making appropriations for the support of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1951, and for other purposes" (Clarence Cannon - Missouri).

F 37: Appropriations, Committee on (1950).  Reclamation. Correspondence.

F 38: Appropriations, Committee on (1950).  State Department. Correspondence re communism.

F 39: Appropriations, Committee on (1950).  Vocational Education (part of H. R. 7786). Correspondence.

F 40: Appropriations, Committee on (1949).  Warehouse Act.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include the Farmers Co-operative Grain Dealers Association of Oklahoma.

F 41a: Armed Services, Committee on (1950).  Alcohol.

Correspondence.  Mentioned are H. R. 886 ["To provide for the common defense in relation to the sale of alcoholic liquors to the members of the land and naval forces of the United States and to provide for the suppression of vice and gambling in the vicinity of military camps and naval establishments" (Stephen Pace - Georgia)] and H. R. 3314:  "To provide for the common defense in relation to the sale of alcoholic liquors to the members of the land and naval forces of the United States and to provide for the suppression of vice and gambling in the vicinity of military camps and naval establishments" (Edward H. Rees - Kansas)].

F 41b: Armed Service, Committee on (1950). Armed Forces Leave Act.

F 42: Armed Services, Committee on (1950).  Committee Matters.

Correspondence.  Topics include committee membership.  Correspondents include Carl Vinson (U. S. Representative - Georgia).

F 43: Armed Services, Committee on (1950).  Construction (S. 2440).

Correspondence re S. 2440 ["To authorize certain construction at military and naval installations and for other purposes" (Millard E. Tydings - Maryland)].  Correspondents include Carl Vinson (U. S. Representative - Georgia) and the Atlantic Coast Railroad Company.

F 44: Armed Services, Committee on (1949).  Construction (H. R. 4766).

Correspondence re H. R. 4766 ["To authorize certain construction at miliary and naval installations and for other purposes" (Carl Vinson - Georgia)].

F 45: Armed Services, Committee on (1950).  Defense Order Ratings. Correspondence.

F 46: Armed Services, Committee on (1949).  Dental Care.

Correspondence re S. 2380 ["To provide more efficient dental care for the personnel of the United States Army and the United States Air Force" (Lester C. Hunt - Wyoming)].

F 47: Armed Services, Committee on (1949).  Disability Retirement.

Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 4591 ["To provide pay, allowances, and physical disability retirement for members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Public Health Service, the Reserve components thereof, the National Guard, and the Air National Guard, and for other purposes" (Paul J. Kilday - Texas).

F 48: Armed Services, Committee on (1950).  Family Allowances. Correspondence.

F 49: Armed Services, Committee on (1950).  Family Allowances (S. 4071).

Public Law ...-771 (S. 4071):  "To provide allowances for dependents of enlisted members of the uniformed services, to suspend certain provisions of the Career Compensation Act of 1949, and for other purposes" (Millard E. Tydings - Maryland).

F 50: Armed Services, Committee on (1950).  Family Allowances (H. R. 9260, H. R. 9262, S. 3986).

Correspondence re H. R. 9260 ["To provide family allowances for the dependents of enlisted men in the Armed Forces of the United States" (Gerald R. Ford, Jr. - Michigan)]; H. R. 9267 ["To provide family allowances for dependents of enlisted members of the Armed Forces of the United States, and for other purposes" (Carl Vinson - Georgia)]; and S. 3986 ["To provide family allowances for dependents of enlisted members of the Armed Forces of the United States, and for other purposes" (Millard E. Tydings - Maryland)].

F 51: Armed Services, Committee on (1950).  Family Allowances (H. R. 9477).

a. Correspondence.

b. House Report 2982 (H. R. 9477):  ["To provide allowances for dependents of enlisted members of the uniformed services, to suspend certain provisions of the Career Compensation Act of 1949, and for other purposes" (Overton Brooks - Louisiana).]

F 52: Armed Services, Committee on (1950).  Medical Personnel.

Correspondence re H. R. 9554 ["To amend the Selective Service Act of 1948, as amended, so as to provide for special registration, classification, and induction of certain medical, dental and allied specialists categories, and for other purposes" (Carl Vinson - Georgia)]. Companion bill S. 4029 ["To amend the Selective Service Act of 1948, as amended, and for other purposes" (Chan Gurney - South Dakota)].

F 53: Armed Services, Committee on (1949).  Merchant Marine.

Correspondence re H. R. 34 ["To exempt persons who served in the merchant marine of the United States between September 16, 1940, and June 24, 1948, from induction or service under the Selective Service Act of 1948" (William Colmer - Mississippi).]

F 54: Armed Services, Committee on (1949).  Pay.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Bryce N. Harlow (Professional Staff, House of Representatives).

F 55: Armed Services, Committee on (1949).  Pay (H. R. 2553).

Correspondence re H. R. 2553 ["To provide pay allowances, retirement, and survivor benefits for members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Public Health Service, the Reserve components thereof, the National Guard, and the Air National Guard, and for other purposes" (Paul J. Kilday - Texas).

F 56: Armed Services, Committee on (1949).  Post Exchanges. Correspondence.

F 57: Armed Services, Committee on (1949).  Prisoners-of-War Allowances (S. 1586).

Correspondence re S. 1586 ["To provide for the payment of subsistence allowances to members of the Armed Forces who were held captive by the enemy during World War II" (William Langer - North Dakota).

F 58: Armed Services, Committee on (1950).  Reserves.

Correspondence and clipping.  Mentioned is H. R. 6744 ["To provide benefits for members of the reserve components of the armed forces who suffer disability or death from injuries incurred while engaged in active duty training for periods of less than 30 days or while engaged in inactive duty training" (Harold Donohe - Massachusetts)].

F 59: Armed Services, Committee on (1950).  Reserves (H. R. 5921).

Public Law ...-485 (H. R. 5921):  "To terminate lump-sum benefits provided by law to certain Reserve officers of the Navy and Air Force" (Carl Vinson - Georgia).

F 60: Armed Services, Committee on (1949).  Reserve Retirement.

Correspondence re S. 1698 ["To amend section 302(c) of the Army and Air Force Vitalization and Retirement Equalization Act of 1948" (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina)]; and H. R. 3030 ["To amend section 302(c) of the Army and Air Force Vitalization and Retirement Equalization Act of 1948" (Gerald R. Ford, Jr. - Michigan)].

F 61: Armed Services, Committee on (1949).  Supply Catalogue.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Jack Anderson (U. S. Representative - California).

b. H. R. 321:  "To promote more economical and efficient use of the nation's resources by providing for a single supply catalog system for the national military establishment" (Jack Z. Anderson - California).

F 62: Armed Services, Committee on (1949).  Retirement.

Correspondence re H. R. 2553 ["To provide pay, allowances, retirement, and survivor benefits for members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Public Health Service, the Reserve components thereof, the National Guard, and the Air National Guard, and for other purposes" (Paul J. Kilday - Texas).

F 63: Armed Services, Committee on (1950).  Rubber Plants.

Statement:  R. C. Jopling (Vice President, Phillips Petroleum Company).

F 64: Armed Services, Committee on (1949).  Unification.

Correspondence re S. 1269 ["To convert the national military establishment into an executive Department of the Government to be known as the Department of Defense; to provide the Secretary of Defense with appropriate responsibility and authority, and with civilian and military assistance adequate fulfill his enlarged responsibility, and for other purposes" (Millard E. Tydings - Maryland)]; S. 1843 ["To convert the national military establishment into an executive Department of the Government to be known as the Department of Defense; to provide the Secretary of Defense with appropriate responsibility and authority, and with civilian and military assistance adequate fulfill his enlarged responsibility, and for other purposes" (Millard E. Tydings - Maryland)]; and H. R. 5623 ["To reorganize fiscal management in the national military establishment to promote economy and efficiency, and for other purposes" (Dewey Short - Missouri)].

F 65: Armed Services, Committee on (1950).  Unitary Wind Tunnel.

Correspondence re H. R. 3434 ["To promote the national defense by authorizing a unitary plan for construction of a transsonic and supersonic wind tunnel facilities and the establishment of an Air Engineering Center" (Carl Vinson - Georgia)].

F 66: Armed Services, Committee on (1950).  Universal Military Training.

Correspondence.  Mentioned is S. 4062 ["To provide for the common defense by establishing a universal training program, and for other purposes" (Millard E. Tydings - Maryland; George W. Malone - Nevada)].

F 67: Armed Services, Committee on (1949).  Universal Military Training:  Baruch Plan. Correspondence.

F 68: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949).  Anti-trust:  Unions. Correspondence.

F 69: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949).  Bank Holding Companies.

Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 5744 ["To provide for control and regulation of bank holding companies, and for other purposes" (Brent Spence - Kentucky).

F 70: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949).  Branch Banking. Correspondence.

F 71: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1950).  Coins.

Correspondence.  Mentioned is S. 3152 ["To provide for the coinage of a 7 1/2 cent piece, and a 2 1/2 cent piece" (Glen H. Taylor - Idaho; Sheridan Downey - California; Homer E. Capehart - Indiana; Harry P. Cain - Washington)].

F 72: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949).  Committee Matters.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Wright Patman (U. S. Representative - Texas).

F 73: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949).  Commodity Credit Corporation amendments.

Correspondence.  Mentioned are H. R. 2682 ["To amend the Commodity Credit Corporation Charter Act, the Strategic and Critical Materials Stock Piling Act, and for other purposes" (Brent Spence - Kentucky)]; and S. 900 ["To amend the Commodity Credit Corporation Charter Act, the Strategic and Critical Materials Stock Piling Act, and for other purposes" (Elmer Thomas - Oklahoma; Scott W. Lucas - Illinois; Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina; Guy M. Gillette - Iowa; Spessard L. Holland - Florida; Clinton P. Anderson - New Mexico; Edward J. Thye - Minnesota; Milton R. Young - North Dakota; Bourke B. Hickenlooper - Iowa)].

F 74: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949).  Consumer Credit (Regulation "W"). Correspondence.

F 75: Banking and Currency, Committee on (n.d.).  Defense Production Act of 1950.

a. Correspondence.  Mentioned are H. R. 9176 [below] and S. 3936 ["To establish a system of priorities and allocations for materials and facilities, authorize the requisitioning thereof, provide financial assistance for expansion of production capacity and supply, strengthen controls over credit, regulate speculation on commodity exchanges, and by these measures facilitate the production of goods and services necessary for the national security and for other purposes" (Burnet R. Maybank - South Carolina)].

b. H. R. 9176:  "To establish a system of priorities and allocations for materials and facilities, authorize the requisitioning thereof, provide financial assistance for expansion of production capacity and supply, strengthen controls over credit, regulate speculation on commodity exchanges, and by these measures facilitate the production of goods and services necessary for the national security and for other purposes" (Brent Spence - Kentucky).

F 76: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949).  Deposit Insurance (S. 1775).

Correspondence.  Mentioned is S. 1775 ["To provide for supplemental reserve requirements for insured banks and for other purposes" (Burnet R. Maybank - South Carolina)].

F 77: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949).  Deposit Insurance (H. R. 884/S. 2300).

Correspondence.  Mentioned are H. R. 884 ["To increase the maximum amount of any deposit or trust fund which may be insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation under section 12B of the Federal Reserve Act, as amended" (Stephen Pace - Georgia); and S. 2300 ["To amend section 12B of the Federal Reserve Act, pertaining to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation" (John Bricker - Ohio)].

F 78: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1950).  Deposit Insurance (S. 2822).

Correspondence.  Mentioned is S. 2822 ["To amend the Federal Deposit Insurance Act (U.S.C., title 12, sec. 264)" (Burnet R. Maybank - South Carolina)].

F 79: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949).  Federal Reserve Board. Correspondence.

F 80: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1950).  Housing:  General.

Correspondence.  Includes clippings and resolution.

F 81: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949).  Housing:  Rural.

Correspondence.  Includes statement ["The Housing of Rural Families"] prepared for the White House Conference on Family Life held in Washington, D. C., May 6-8, 1948.

F 82: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949).  Housing (H. Res. 331).

a. Report:  Final Report of Subcommittee No. 1, House Committee on Banking and Currency, pursuant to H. Res. 331 ["To authorize the Committee on Banking and Currency to make investigations into any matters in the field of housing within its jurisdiction, and for other purposes" (Abraham J. Multer - New York).]

b. Final Report:  Subcommittee No. 2, House Committee on Banking and Currency, pursuant to H. Res. 331.

F 83: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949).  Housing (S. 685).

Correspondence.  Mentioned is S. 685 ["To provide assistance to farmers in securing farm housing and other farm buildings, and for other purposes" (John J. Sparkman - Alabama).

F 84: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949).  Housing (S. 712).

Correspondence.  Mentioned is S. 712 ["To amend the National Housing Act, and for other purposes" (Burnet R. Maybank - South Carolina; Robert F. Wagner - New York; Allen J. Ellender - Louisiana; John J. Sparkman - Alabama; Francis J. Myers - Pennsylvania; Lister Hill - Alabama; Claude Pepper - Florida; Russell B. Long - Louisiana)].

F 85: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949).  Housing (H. R. 4009/S. 1070).  Data.

a. Correspondence to Speaker of the House from President Harry S. Truman re H. R. 4009 ["To establish a national housing objective and the policy to be followed in the attainment thereof, to provide Federal aid to assist slum-clearance projects and low-rent public housing projects initiated by local agencies, to provide for financial assistance by the Secretary of Agriculture for farm housing, and for other purposes" (Brent Spence - Kentucky)].

b. Public Law ...-171 (S. 1070):  "To establish a national housing objective and the policy to be followed in the attainment thereof, to provide Federal aid to assist slum-clearance projects and low-rent public housing projects initiated by local agencies, to provide for financial assistance by the Secretary of Agriculture for farm housing, and for other purposes" (Allen J. Ellender - Louisiana; Burnet R. Maybank - South Carolina; Robert F. Wagner - New York; John J. Sparkman - Alabama; Francis J. Myers - Pennsylvania; Lister Hill - Alabama; Claude Pepper - Florida; Russell B. Long - Louisiana; Glen H. Taylor - Idaho; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; J. Allen Frear, Jr. - Delaware; Ralph E. Flanders - Vermont; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. - Massachusetts; Milton R. Young - North Dakota; Raymond E. Baldwin - Connecticut; Irving M. Ives - New York; Edward J. Thye - Minnesota; Margaret Chase Smith - Maine).

c. Data:  Summary of H. R. 4009/S. 1070.

F 86: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949).  Housing (H. R. 4009/S. 1070). Correspondence (A - N). 

F 87: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949).  Housing (H. R. 4009/S. 1070). Correspondence (O - Y). 

F 88: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949).  Housing (H. R. 5631/H. R. 5987/S. 2246/S. J. Res. 109).

Correspondence re H. R. 5631 ["To amend the National Housing Act, as amended, and for other purposes" (Brent Spence - Kentucky)]; H. R. 5987 ["To amend the National Housing Act, as amended, and for other purposes" (Brent Spence - Kentucky)]; S. 2246 ["To amend the National Housing Act, as amended, and for other purposes" (John J. Sparkman - Alabama)]; and S. J. Res. 109 ["To amend the National Housing Act, as amended" (Burnet R. Maybank - South Carolina)].  Includes clippings and American Legion resolution.

F 89: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1950) (H. R. 6618/ H. R. 7402).

Correspondence.  Mentioned are H. R. 6618 ["To assist cooperative and other nonprofit corporations in the production of housing for moderate income families; to amend the National Housing Act, as amended, and for other purposes" (Brent Spence - Kentucky)].

F 90: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1950).  Price Controls. Correspondence.

F 91: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949).  Rent Controls.

Correspondence (A - H).  Includes statement by John E. Owen (President, National Apartment Owners Association), before Congress; clippings; analysis of the rental housing picture in Oklahoma City and nationally as pertains to continued rent control.

F 92: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949-1950).  Rent Controls.

Correspondence (J - W) and data.  Includes clippings and results of survey of rental conditions in Oklahoma City as of November, 1949, and February, 1950.

F 93: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1949).  Rent Controls (S. 434/S. 600).

Correspondence.  Mentioned are S. 434 ["To continue rent control until June 30, 1951, and for other purposes" (Francis J. Myers - Pennsylvania)] and S. 600 ["To extend certain provisions of the Housing and Rent Act of 1947 as amended and for other purposes" (Burnet R. Maybank - South Carolina)].

F 94: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1950).  Rent Controls (H. R. 8276).

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include J. Percy Priest (U. S. Representative - Tennessee/Democratic Whip).

b. H. R. 8276:  "To extend the Housing and Rent Act of 1947, as amended, and for other purposes" (Brent Spence - Kentucky).

F 95: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1950).  Workmen's Compensation.

Correspondence re H. R. 9802 ["To grant succession to the War Damage Corporation" (Clinton D. McKinnon - California).

F 96: Campaign Expenditures, Special Committee to Investigate (1951).

Report:  "Report of the ... for the House of Representatives, 1950, pursuant to H. Res. 635."

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