CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
LEGISLATIVE FILES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 6

Box 7: Eighty-first Congress:  Atomic Energy - Education and Labor

F 1a: Atomic Energy, Joint Committee on. (1950)

"The Hydrogen Bomb and International Control: Technical and Background Information."

F 1b: Congress (1949).  Albert Office:  Miscellaneous memos for 1949.  This is a collection of memos on different topics, including meetings with officials, private citizens, members of the press, and committees.  Legislative and other topics appear as the subjects of these memos.

F 2: Congress (1949).  Albert Office:  Miscellaneous memos from the McAlester Office.  This is a collection of memos, mostly from private citizens requesting meetings and information.

F 3: Congress (1949).  Clerk.

a. Correspondence between CA and Ralph R. Roberts, Clerk of the House of Representatives.

b. Committee Document:  "Reports to Be Made to Congress:  Letters from the Clerk of the House of Representatives Transmitting a List of Reports Which It Is the Duty of any Officer or Department to Make to Congress."

F 4: Congress (1949).  Committees:  Un-American Activities.  Correspondence.  Correspondents include Chet Holifield (U. S. Representative - California) and Helen Gahagan Douglas (U. S. Representative - California).  Suggested amendment enclosed.

F 5: Congress (1945).  Committees and Assignments:  General.

a. Official alphabetical list showing committee assignments of the House of Representative, corrected to February 1, 1949.

b. Standing Committees of the House of Representatives corrected to February 2, 1949.

F 6: Congress (1949).  Committee Assignments:  Oklahoma Delegation.

Correspondence. Correspondents include Hale Boggs (U. S. Representative - Louisiana), A. Sidney Camp (U. S. Representative - Georgia), John D. Dingell (U. S. Representative - Michigan), Herman P. Eberharter (U. S. Representative - Pennsylvania), Aime J. Forand (U. S. Representative - Rhode Island), Noble J. Gregory (U. S. Representative - Kentucky), and Wilbur D. Mills (U. S. Representative - Arkansas).

F 7: Congress (1948).  Committee Assignments:  Other Delegations.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Hale Boggs (U. S. Representative - Louisiana), Michael J. Kirwan (U. S. Representative - Ohio), Mike Mansfield (U. S. Representative - Montana), and Thomas B. Stanley (U. S. Representative - Virginia).

F 8: Congress (1949).  Congressional Record inserts.

a. Correspondence.  Includes radio address by R. W.  Frazier:  "Probation:  Its Purpose and Achievements." KSEO, Durant, Oklahoma.

b. Congressional Record:  Remarks of Elmer Thomas (U. S. Senator - Oklahoma) (June 21, 1949).

F 9: Congress (1949).  Democratic National Congressional Committee.

Correspondence.  Consists of various announcements of Democratic Conferences from Victor Hunt Harding (Executive Secretary, Democratic National Congressional Committee).

F 10: Congress (1949).  Democratic Leadership.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include John W. McCormack (U. S. Representative - Massachusetts / Majority Leader) and Sam Rayburn (U. S. Representative - Texas / Speaker).

F 11: Congress (1950).  Democratic Party Matters.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Frank Buchanan (U. S.  Representative - Pennsylvania).

F 12: Congress (1949).  Disbursing Clerk.

Correspondence with Harry M. Livingston (Disbursing Clerk, House of Representatives) regarding higher salaries.  Also includes personnel affidavit forms and employee withholding exemption certificate form.

F 13: Congress (1949-1950).  Doorkeeper.

Correspondence with William M. Miller (Doorkeeper, House of Representatives).

F 14: Congress (1948).  Legislative Reorganization.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include National Committee for Strengthening Congress.

F 15: Congress (1950).  Majority Room. Correspondence with Truman Ward.

F 16: Congress (1948).  Members.

Unofficial list of members of the House of Representatives and their places of residence.

F 17: Congress (1949).  Pages.

Correspondence concerning "The 1949 Congressional" -- a Capitol Page School publication.

F 18: Congress (1949).  Patronage. Correspondence regarding an elevator operator.

F 19: Congress (1948-1949).  Sergeant-at-Arms.

Correspondence with Neil Burnham (Sergeant-at-Arms, 1948), Joseph H. Callahan (Sergeant-at-Arms, 1949), A. Sidney Camp (U. S. Representative - Georgia), and Brent Spence (U. S. Representative - Kentucky).

F 20: Congress (1950).  Whip -- House Programs.

Correspondence with J. Percy Priest (U. S. Representative - Tennessee / Democratic Whip).  Includes Weekly House Programs for the weeks of January 17, 1949 - October 17, 1949.

F 21: Congress (1950).  Whip -- House Programs.

Correspondence with J. Percy Priest (U. S. Representative - Tennessee / Democratic Whip).  Includes Weekly House Programs for the weeks of January 9, 1950 - December 25, 1950).



F 22: Congress (1949-1950).  Whip.

Telegrams regarding House meetings.

F 23: District of Columbia, Committee on the (1949-1950).  Home Rule.

Correspondence related to S. 1527 ["To provide for home rule and reorganization in the District of Columbia" (Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Robert C. Henrickson - New Jersey; Lester C. Hunt - Wyoming; Joseph R. McCarthy - Wisconsin; J. Howard McGrath - Rhode Island; Bert H. Miller - Idaho; Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia; Andrew F. Schoeppel - Kansas; Margaret Chase Smith - Maine)].  Correspondents include Americans for Democratic Action, League of Women Voters, Home Rule Headquarters of the Central Suffrage Conference, and the Senate Committee on the Judiciary.

F 24: District of Columbia, Committee on the (1949).  Optometrists (H. R. 4237).

Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 4237 ["To amend the Act entitled `An Act to regulate the practice of optometry in the District of Columbia'" (A. L. Miller - Nebraska)].

F 25: Economic Report, Joint Committee on the (1949).  Economic Indicators.

a. Joint Committee Print:  "Economic Indicators, April 1949."  Prepared for the Joint Committee on the Economic Report by the Council of Economic Advisors and Printed for the use of the Joint Committee on the Economic Report.  (U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, 1949).

b. Committee Print:  "Economic Indicators, July 1949."  Prepared for the Joint Committee on the Economic Report by the Council of Economic Advisors.  (U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, 1949).

F 26: Economic Report, Joint Committee on the (1950).  Handbook of Regional Statistics.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Joseph O'Mahoney (U. S. Senator - Wyoming; Chairman, Joint Committee on the Economic Report).

b. Joint Committee Print:  "Handbook of Regional Statistics:"  Materials assembled for the subcommittee on Unemployment of the Joint Committee on the Economic Report pursuant to S. Con. Res. 26, 81st Congress.

F 27: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Education:  General.

Correspondence.  Mentioned is 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 educational opportunities through public elementary and secondary schools, for the general welfare, and for other purposes" (Robert A. Taft - Ohio; Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; Allen Ellender - Louisiana; Lister Hill - Alabama; H. Alexander Smith - New Jersey; John Sherman Cooper - Kentucky; Dennis Chavez - New Mexico; Charles Tobey - New Hampshire)].

F 28: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Colleges and Universities.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include the University of Oklahoma.

F 29: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Extension Work.

Correspondence.  Mentioned is S. 110 ["To broaden the cooperative extension system as established in the act of May 8, 1914, and acts supplemental thereto, by providing for cooperative extension work between colleges receiving the benefits of this act and the acts of July 2, 1862, and August 30, 1890, and other qualified colleges, universities, and research agencies, and the United States Department of Labor" (Wayne Morse - Oregon; Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; George D. Aiken - Vermont; Edward J. Thye - Minnesota; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois).

F 30: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Federal Aid to Education.  Correspondence:  A - Han.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include various Oklahoma schools.

F 31: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Federal Aid to Education.  Correspondence:  Har - Y.

F 32: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949-1950).  Federal Aid to Education.  Petitions and Data.

Correspondence.  Includes Resolution adopted by Oklahoma Education Association February 17, 1949; clippings; petition from teachers in Carter County; pamphlet; Legislative Reference Service report, "Federal Scholarship and Fellowship Programs and other Government Aids to Students" (1950).

F 33: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949-1950).  Federal Aid to Education (S. 246).

Correspondence.  Mentioned is S. 246 ["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 educational opportunities through public elementary and secondary schools, for the general welfare, and for other purposes" (Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; Lister Hill - Alabama; James E. Murray - Montana; Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia; Dennis Chavez - New Mexico; Claude Pepper - Florida; Allen J. Ellender - Louisiana; Robert A. Taft - Ohio; Charles W. Tobey - New Hampshire; George D. Aiken - Vermont; H. Alexander Smith - New Jersey; Irving M. Ives - New York; Wayne Morse - Oregon)].  Also includes resolution and correspondence from Hugo S. Sims, Jr. (U. S. Representative - South Carolina)

F 34: Education and Labor, Committee on (n.d.).  Federal Aid to Education (S. 287/H. R. 3849).

a. Correspondence.  Mentioned are S. 287 [below] and H. R. 3849 ["To authorize grants to the States for surveying their needs for elementary and secondary school facilities and for planning state-wide programs of school construction and to authorize grants for emergency school construction and for other purposes" (Leonard Irving - Missouri)].

b. S. 287:  "To provide for grants to assist the States, Territories and dependencies in the construction of elementary and secondary schools" (Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia).

F 35: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Federal Aid to Education (S. 496).

Correspondence.  Mentioned is S. 496 ["To authorize the appropriation of funds to assist in reducing the inequalities of educational opportunities through elementary and secondary schools, for the national security and general welfare, and for other purposes" (Brien McMahon - Connecticut; Edwin E. Johnson - Colorado).

F 36: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949-1950).  Federal Aid to Education (H. R. 4643).

Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 4643 ["To provide for federal financial assistance to the states in bearing certain costs of public elementary and secondary school education" (Graham A. Barden - North Carolina).

F 37: Education and Labor, Committee on (1950).  Federal Aid to Education (H. R. 5939).

Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 5939 ["To authorize the appropriation of funds to assist the states and territories in financing more equitable schedules of salaries for teachers in the public elementary and secondary schools, and to promote the general welfare, and for other purposes" (Thomas H. Burke - Ohio).  (Also mentioned S. 246; see box 7, folder 33).

F 38: Education and Labor, Committee on (1950).  Federal Aid to Education (H. R. 7160).

Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 7160 ["To provide for Federal financial assistance to the States and Territories in helping to establish and maintain an adequate minimum program of education and in attempting to more nearly equalized educational opportunities in public elementary and secondary school" (Graham A. Barden - North Carolina).

F 39: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949-1950).  Federal Aid to Education:  Impacted Areas (S. 2317/H. R. 7940).

a. Correspondence.  Mentioned are S. 2317 [below] and H. R. 7940 ["To provide financial assistance for local educational agencies in areas affected by federal activities, and for other purposes" (Cleveland M. Bailey - West Virginia)].

b. S. 2317:  "To authorize grants to the States for surveying their need for elementary and secondary school facilities and for planning State-wide programs of school construction to school districts overburdened with enrollments resulting rom defense and other federal activities, and for other purposes" (Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; George D. Aiken - Vermont; Dennis Chavez - New Mexico; Sheridan Downey - California; Lister Hill - Alabama; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Robert S. Kerr - Oklahoma; Harley M. Kilgore - West Virginia; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; Ernest W. McFarland - Arizona; Wayne Morse - Oregon; James E. Murray - Montana; Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia; Claude Pepper - Florida; Glen H. Taylor - Idaho; Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; Pat McCarran - Nevada).

c. Senate Report 2810 (S. 2317).

d. Public Law ...-815 (S. 2317).

e. Public Law ...-843 (H. R. 9526):  "Making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1951, and for other purposes" (John Kerr - North Carolina).

F 40: Education and Labor, Committee on (1950).  Aid for Handicapped (H. R. 7396).

Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 7396 ["To enable the states to make more adequate provision for special services required for the education of physically handicapped children of school age, and for other purposes" (Augustine B. Kelley - Pennsylvania).  Correspondents include Oklahoma State Board of Education.

F 41: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Foreign Language training.

Correspondence.  Mentioned is S. Con. Res. 8 ["Declaring a policy of encouraging the study of foreign languages by American citizens" (Elmer Thomas - Oklahoma)].

F 42: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949-1950).  Libraries.

Correspondence.  Mentioned are H. R. 874 ["To provide for the demonstration of public library service in areas without such service or with inadequate library facilities" (Ray J. Madden - Indiana)]; H. R. 1411 [same title as H. R. 847 (Wright Patman - Texas)]; and S. 130 [same title as H. R. 847 (Lister Hill - Alabama; George D. Aiken - Vermont; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois)].  Clippings and statistical data are also included.

F 43: Education and Labor, Committee on (1950).  Handicapped/ Disabled (S. 4051).

Correspondence.  Mentioned is S. 4051 ["To assure the provision of all necessary services to prepare disabled persons for and establish them in remunerative employment, to make special provision for the blind and other severely disabled persons, and for other purposes"  (Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; James E. Murray - Montana; Claude Pepper - Florida; Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Herbert H. Lehman - New York; George D. Aiken - Vermont; Wayne Morse - Oregon).

F 44: Education and Labor, Committee on (1950).  Handicapped/ Disabled (H. R. 9173).

a. Correspondence regarding H. R. 9173.

b. H. R. 9173:  "To establish in the Department of Labor an Agency for the Handicapped, to define its duties, and for other purposes" (John W. McCormack - Massachusetts).

F 45: Education and Labor, Committee on (1950).  Handicapped/ Disabled (S. 1066/S. 2273/H. R. 3095/H. R. 5577).  Correspondence.  Mentioned are S. 1066 ["To establish a Federal Commission of Services for the Physically Handicapped, to define its duties, and for other purposes" (John J. Sparkman - Alabama; Walter F. George - Georgia; Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; Claude Pepper - Florida; Edwin C. Johnson - Colorado; Lister Hill - Alabama; Ernest W. McFarland - Arizona; Clyde R. Hoey - North Carolina; Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina; Francis J. Myers - Pennsylvania; J. Howard McGrath - Rhode Island; Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Owen Brewster - Maine; George D. Aiken - Vermont; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Joseph R. McCarthy - Wisconsin]; S. 2273 ["To assume the provisions of all necessary services to prepare disabled persons for and establish them in remunerative employment, to provide for grants-in-aid to the states for adjustment training services for the blind, and for establishing employment opportunities for the severely disabled, to amend the Vocational Rehabilitation Act, as amended (U. S. C., 1946 ed., title 29, ch. 4), to amend the Randolph Sheppard Act (U. S. C., 1946 ed., title 20, ch. 6a) and for other purposes" (Elbert D. Thomas - Utah)]; H. R. 3095 ["To establish a Federal Commission on services for the Physically Handicapped, to define its duties, and for other purposes" (Augustine B. Kelley - Pennsylvania)]; and H. R. 5577 [same title as H. R. 2273 (John Lesinski - Michigan)].

F 46: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949-1950).  General.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include International Association of Machinists.

F 47: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  General:  Forms.

Signatures of Tulsa residents submitting a proposal of desired labor law.

F 48: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  General:  Forms.

Correspondence.  Includes questionnaire asking "How Would You Revise Our Labor Laws?"

F 49: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  General:  Form Letters.

Correspondence.  Includes questionnaire asking "What Kind of Labor-Management Relations Laws Do You Want?"

F 50: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  General:  Form Letters.

Correspondence includes questionnaire inquiring about employees feelings about existing labor laws, distributed by General Electric.

F 51: Education and Labor, Committee on (n.d.).  General:  Fulton Lewis Questionnaire.

Correspondence.  Includes answers to Fulton Lewis questionnaire.

F 52: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Child Labor.  Correspondence.

F 53: Education and Labor, Committee on (1950).  Coal Situation. Correspondence and clippings.

F 54: Education and Labor, Committee on (1950).  Coal Strike (H. Con. Res. 157).

Correspondence related to H. Con. Res. 157 ["Favoring the invoking by the President of the United States of the national emergency provisions of the Labor-Management Relations Act, 1947 in the pending coal strike" (Ralph E. Church - Illinois)].

F 55: Education and Labor, Committee on (1950.  C. I. O.:  Oklahoma.

Manual:  "Oklahoma CIO, Education and Political Action Conference," April 28-30, 1950, Norman, Oklahoma.  Prepared by CIO Department of Education and Research.

F 56: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Employee Compensation (S. 239/H. R. 76/H. R. 1236).

Correspondence.  Mentioned are H. R. 76 ["To amend section 4 of the United States Employees' Compensation Act, approved September 7, 1916" (Kenneth B. Keating - New York)]; S. 239 [same title as H. R. 76 (James E. Murray, Montana)]; and H. R. 1236 ["To provide compensation for civil service employees and for other Federal employees and for other Federal employees who receive permanent partial disabilities resulting from injuries incurred while in performance of their duties, and for other purposes" (John Lesinski - Michigan)].

F 57: Education and Labor, Committee on (n.d.).  Employee Compensation (H. R. 3191).

Public Law ...-357 (H. R. 3191):  "To amend the act approved September 7, 1916 (ch. 458, 39 stat. 742, entitled `An Act to provide compensation for employees of the United States suffering injuries while in the performance of their duties, and for other purposes,' as amended, by extending coverage to civilian officers of the United States and by other making benefits more realistic in terms of present wage rates and for other purposes" (John Lesinski - Michigan).

F 58: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Employees' Compensation Commission (S.800).

Correspondence.  Mentioned is S. 800 ["To provide for the reestablishment of the United States Employees' Compensation Commission with the same functions which it had prior to the time Reorganization Plan No. 2 became effective" (Homer Ferguson - Michigan; Wayne Morse - Oregon].  Correspondents include the American Federation of Government Employees.

F 59: Education and Labor, Committee on (1950).  Fair Employment Practices Act.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. (U. S. Representative - New York), William M. Colmer (U. S. Representative - Mississippi), and Adolph Sabath (U. S. Representative - Illinois).  Mentioned are H. R. 4453 and S. 1728 [below] and H. Res. 353 ["Providing for the consideration of the bill (H. R. 4453) to prohibit discrimination in employment because of race, color, religion, or national origin" (John Lesinski - Michigan)].

b. S. 1728:  "To prohibit discrimination in employment because of race, color, religion, or national origin" (J. Howard McGrath - Rhode Island).

c. H. R. 4453:  same title as S. 1723 (Adam C. Powell, Jr. - New York).

d. House Report 1165 (H. R. 4453).

F 60: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Fair Labor Standards Act:  Minimum Wage.

Correspondence (A - K).  Correspondents include various manufacturing and retail firms located in Oklahoma.  Topic:  Minimum wage laws.

F 61: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Fair Labor Standards Act:  Minimum Wage.

Correspondence (L - Y).

F 62: Education and Labor, Committee on (1946).  Fair Labor Standards Act:  Wage Structure Reports.

a. Wage Structure Report on General Auto Repair Shops.  United States Department of Labor.

b. Wage Structure Report on Sawmilling the South, 1946.  United States Department of Labor.

c. Wage Structure on Foundries, 1946.  United States Department of Labor.

F 63: Education and Labor, Committee on (1946-1947).  Fair Labor Standards Act:  Wage Structure Reports.

a. Wage Structure Report on Machinery, 1946.  United States Department of Labor.

b. Wage Structure Report on Metal Furniture, 1947.  United States Department of Labor.

F 64: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Fair Labor Standards Act.  Bill comparisons (H. R. 5856/H. R. 4272).

Correspondence concern H. R. 5855 ["To provide for the amendment of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, and for other purposes" (John Lesinski - Michigan)]; and H. R. 4272 [same title as H. R. 5856 (Wingate H. Lucas - Texas)].  Correspondents include John Lesinski (U. S.  Representative - Michigan) and National Consumers League for Fair Labor Standards.

F 65: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Fair Labor Standards Act:  Bill comparisons:  H. R. 5856/ H. R. 5894.

Comparison of principal provisions in:

1) Present Fair Labor Standards Act.

2) The Lesinski Bill (H. R. 5856)

3) The Lucas Bill (H. R. 5894)

F 66: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Fair Labor Standards Act amendments (S. 248).

Correspondence re S. 248 ["To provide for the amendment of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, and for other purposes" (Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; Claude Pepper - Florida; Dennis Chavez - New Mexico; Theodore Francis Green - Rhode Island; James E. Murray - Montana; Francis J. Myers - Pennsylvania; Glen H. Taylor - Idaho; Robert F. Wagner - New York)].

F 67: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Fair Labor Standards Act amendments (S. 653).

Correspondence re S. 653 ["To provide for the amendment of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, and for other purposes" (Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; James E. Murray - Montana; Claude Pepper - Florida; Lister Hill - Alabama; Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Garret L. Withers - Kentucky; Robert A. Taft - Ohio; George D. Aiken - Vermont; H. Alexander Smith - New Jersey; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Forrest C. Donnell - Missouri)].

F 68: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Fair Labor Standards Act amendments (H. R. 805).

Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 895 ["To provide for the amendment of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, and for other purposes" (Augustine B. Kelley - Pennsylvania)].

F 69: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Fair Labor Standards Act amendment (H. R. 2033).

a. Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 2033.

b. H. R. 2033:  "To provide for the amendment of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1928 and for other purposes" (John Lesinski - Michigan).

F 70: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Fair Labor Standards Act amendments (H. R. 3190):  Data.

a. Correspondence from John Lesinski re H. R. 3190 ["To provide for the amendment of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 and for other purposes" (John Lesinski - Michigan)].

b. Data:  Information and explanation of proposed amendments in H. R. 3191.

F 71: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Fair Labor Standards Act amendments (H. R. 3190).

Correspondence (B - I) re H. R. 3190.

F 72: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Fair Labor Standards Act amendments (H. R. 3190).

Correspondence (K - Y) re H. R. 3190.



F 73: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Fair Labor Standards Act amendments (H. R. 4272).

a. Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 4272.

b. H. R. 4272:  "To provide for the amendment of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 and for other purposes" (Wingate H. Lucas - Texas).

c. Remarks of Wingate W. Lucas re minimum wage bill.

F 74: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949-1959).  Fair Labor Standards Act amendments (H. R. 5856).

a. Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 5856.

b. Public Law ...-393 (H. R. 5856):  "To provide for the amendment of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 and for other purposes" (John Lesinski - Michigan).

F 75: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Fair Labor Standards Act amendments (H. R. 5894).

Correspondence.  Mentioned is H. R. 5894 ["To provide for the amendment of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, and for other purposes" (Wingate H. Lucas - Texas].

F 76: Education and Labor, Committee on (1948).  Labor Unions/Communists.

Interim report:  "Investigation of Communists Infiltration into Labor Unions Which serve the Industries of the United States" (December 17, 1948).  Submitted by Mr. Kerstin.

F 77: Education and Labor, Committee on (1950).  Maritime Hiring Halls.

Correspondence.  Mentioned is S. 2196 ["To legalize maritime hiring halls" (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington].

F 78: Education and Labor, Committee on (1950).  National Labor Relations Board.

Correspondence re termination of employees on the National Labor Relations Board.

F 79: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Occupational Health and Safety (H. R. 1247).

Correspondence re H. R. 1247 ["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" (George D. O'Brien - Michigan)].

F 80: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949-1950).  Occupational Health and Safety (H. R. 3853/H. R. 4997).

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Department of Labor and State Department of Health.

b. H. R. 3853:  "To provide for assistance to state agencies administering labor laws in their efforts to promote, establish, and maintain safe work places and practices in industry thereby reducing human suffering and financial loss and increasing production through safe-guarding available manpower" (Andrew Jacobs - Indiana).

c. H. R. 4997:  "To create in the Department of Labor a Bureau of Accident Prevention for the purpose of promoting and maintaining safe and healthful conditions of employment in hazardous industries affecting commerce, and for other purposes" (Thomas H. Burke - Ohio).

F 81: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Portal-to- Portal Act of 1947.

a. Correspondence.

b. Public Law 75-718 (S. 2475 "To provide for the establishment of fair labor standards in employments in and affecting interstate commerce, and for other purposes." 

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