CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
LEGISLATIVE FILES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 7

Box 8: Eighty-First Congress:  Education and Labor - House Administration

F 1: Education and Labor, Committee on (1950).  Railroad Strike.

Correspondence re Switchmen's Union Strike.

F 2: Education and Labor, Committee on (1950).  Railway Labor.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees.

F 3: Education and Labor, Committee on (1950).  Railway Labor.

Correspondence re S. 3295 ["To amend the Railway Labor Act and to authorize agreements providing for union membership and agreements for deductions from the wages of carriers' employees for certain purposes and under certain conditions" (James E. Murray - Montana; Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; Claude Pepper - Florida; Lister Hill - Alabama; Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Herbert H. Lehman - New York; Wayne Morse - Oregon)].

F 4: Education and Labor, Committee on (1950).  Railway Labor Act (H. R. 7789).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 7789

b. H. R. 7789:  "To amend the Railway Labor Act and to authorize agreements providing for union membership and agreements for deduction from the wages of carriers' employees for certain purposes and under certain conditions" (Robert Crosser - Ohio).

F 5: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949-1950).  State Employment Services.

Correspondence re H. R. 4326 ["To transfer the employment services administration of the various States to the Unites States Department of Labor" (George P. Miller - California)].

F 6: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949-1950).  Steel Industry. Correspondence.

F 7: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Taft-Hartley Act.

Correspondence (A - E).

F 8: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Taft-Hartley Act.

Correspondence (F - Ma).  Correspondents include various Oklahoma organizations and firms.

F 9: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Taft-Hartley Act.

Correspondence (Mi - Sp).  Includes clippings.

F 10: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Taft-Hartley Act.

Correspondence (St - Z).  Correspondents include Tom Steed (U. S. Representative - Oklahoma).  Includes clippings. 

F 11: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Taft-Hartley Act.

Petitions asking to repeal Taft-Hartley Labor Act.

F 12: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Taft-Hartley Act.  Data.

a. Proceedings:  American Forum of the Air:  Printed Broadcast:  "What Shall We Do about the Taft-Hartley Act?"  Speakers include Claude Pepper (U. S. Senator - Florida), Fred A. Hartley, Jr. (U. S. Representative - New Jersey), and Theodore Granik (February 21, 1949).

b. Booklet:  International Typographical Union:  "Defeat the Taft Amendment " (February 21, 1949).

c. Booklet:  International Typographical Union:  "The Thomas-Lesinski Bill Does Amend the Wagner Act" (April 19, 1949).

d. Pamphlet:  "A Brief in Support of Certain Provisions Essential to a Sound Labor Law."

F 13: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Taft-Hartley Act.  Data.

a. Statement:  David L. Roadly, Charlotte, North Carolina (American Cotton Manufacturers Association), before House Eduction and Labor Committee (March 10, 1949).

b. Press statement:  United Mine Workers of America:  To accompany a statement filed with Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, February 10, 1949.

c. Questionnaire from General Electric.

d. Clipping.

e. Pamphlet:  ... State Bar Journal:  "What about the Taft-Hartley Act?"

f. Pamphlet:  National Association of Home Builders of the United States:  "On the Labor Front:" by William J. Tobin, Jr. (Director, Labor Department, NAHB).  (Reprint of article appearing in November, 19..., issue of the Correlator, official monthly magazine of the NAHB.

F 14: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Taft-Hartley Act.  Bill comparisons:  H. R. 2032/H. R. 3228.  Correspondence.  Includes a comparison of major provisions of the Taft-Hartley "Labor Management Relations Act, 1947, "The Wood Bill (H. R. 3228)," and proposed "National Labor Relations Act of 1949" (H. R. 2032?).

F 15: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Taft-Hartley Act.  Bill Comparisons:  H. R. 2032/4290.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include John Lesinski (U. S. Representative - Michigan).

b. Comparison of major provisions of the Taft-Hartley Act, the new Wood Bill (H. R. 4290), and the Thomas-Lesinski Bill (H. R. 2032).

F 16: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Taft-Hartley Act Amendments (S. 249). 

a. Correspondence re S. 249.

b. S. 249 "To diminish the causes of labor disputes burdening or obstructing interstate and foreign commerce, and for other purposes" (Elbert D. Thomas - Utah).

F 17: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Taft-Hartley Act amendments (H. R. 2032).

Correspondence re H. R. 2032 ["To repeal the Labor-Management Relations Act, 1937, to reenact the National Labor Relations Act of 1935, and for other purposes" (John Lesinski - Michigan)].

F 18: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Taft-Hartley act amendments (H. R. 3228).

Correspondence re H. R. 3228 ["To amend the Labor-Management Relations Act, 1947, and for other purposes" (John S. Wood - Georgia)].

F 19: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Taft-Hartley Act amendments (H. R. 3228).

Correspondence re H. R. 4290 ["To establish fair and equitable rules of conduct to govern labor and management in their relations with one another, with individual workers, and with the public, to protect the interests of the public in controversies between labor and management, and for other purposes" (John S. Wood - Georgia)].

F 20: Education and Labor, Committee on (1949).  Taft-Hartley Act amendments (H. R. 4914).

a. Correspondents.  Correspondents include Andrew Jacobs (U. S. Representative - Indiana).

b. H. R. 4914:  To repeal the Labor-Management Relations Act, 1947, being Public Law No. 101, Eightieth Congress; to protect the right of parties to labor contracts to organize to bargain collectively; to protect the right of members of such organizations to govern their said organizations; to protect the public health and safety, as distinguished from public convenience; to provide additional facilities for the mediation and conciliation of labor disputes, in all cases affecting commerce; and for other purposes" (Andrew Jacobs - Indiana).

F 21: Education and Labor, Committee on (1950).  Telephone situation.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include George F. Pierson (Manager, Southwestern Bell Telephone Company).

F 22: Education and Labor, Committee on (1950).  Unemployment Hearings.

a. Correspondence and statement by Roy J. Turner (Governor, Oklahoma; Chairman, Interstate Oil Compact Commission), before sub-committee, Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare re S. Res. 274 ["To investigate the cause of increasing unemployment in certain industries" (Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia; Elbert D. Thomas - Utah)] (June 16, 1950).

b. Statement:  M. J. Rathbone (Director, Standard Oil Company (New Jersey), before Sub-committee on Unemployment, Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare (June 16, 1950).

F 23: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1949).  General Correspondence and Data.

Correspondence re S. 526 ["To provide for the reorganization of Government agencies, and for other purposes" (John L. McClellan - Arkansas; James O. Eastland - Mississippi; Joseph R. McCarthy - Wisconsin; Clyde R. Hoey - North Carolina; Herbert R. O'Conor - Maryland)]; and H. R. 2361 [same title as S. 526 (William L. Dawson - Illinois)].

F 24: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1949).  Balanced Budget (S. J. Res. 131).  Correspondence re S. J. Res. 131 ["To require the transmission to the Congress of a balanced budget for the fiscal year 1951" (John L. McClellan - Arkansas)].

F 25: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1949).  Bonds (S. 193).

Correspondence re S. 193 ["To provide for the payment by the United States of premiums on bonds of Government officers or employees" (Sheridan Downey - California)].

F 26: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1949).  Defense Expenditures.

Correspondence favoring cuts in defense expenditures.

F 27: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1949-1950).  Government Spending.

Correspondence (A - J).



F 28: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1949-1950).  Government Spending.

Correspondence (K - Y).  Includes clipping and printed material from Cecil White (U. S. Congressmen - California)

F 29: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1950).  Health:  surplus property (S. 2692).  Correspondence re S. 2692 ["To amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949 to authorize donations of certain surplus property for public health purposes" (Claude Pepper - Florida).  Correspondents include Oklahoma Department of Health.

F 30: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1951).  Presidential Powers (S. 4264/S. 4266).  Committee Print:  Hearings before the Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Department on S. 4264 ["To amend and extend certain provisions of the First War Powers Act, 1941" (Scott W. Lucas - Illinois)]; and S. 4266 ["To amend and extend title II of the First War Powers Act, 1941" (John L. McClellan - Arkansas; Herbert R. O'Conor - Maryland)].

F 31: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1949-1950).  Reorganization:  General.

Correspondence.

F 32: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1949).  Reorganization:  Federal Security Agency.

Correspondence re H. R. 782 ["To constitute the Federal Security Agency a Department of Welfare" (William L. Dawson (U. S. Representative - Illinois)]. Correspondents include William L. Dawson (U. S. Representative - Illinois).

F 33: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1949-1950).  Reorganization:  Corps of Engineers.

Correspondence.

F 34: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1949).  Reorganization:  Federal Security Agency.

Correspondence re H. R. 782 ["To constitute the Federal Security Agency a Department of Welfare" (William L. Dawson - Illinois)].  Correspondents include William L. Dawson (U. S. Representative - Illinois).

F 35: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1949-1950).  Reorganization:  Plan No. 1.

Correspondence re Plan No. 1, that would make the present Federal Security Agency a department of welfare.

F 36: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1949).  Reorganization:  Plan No. 2.

a. Correspondence re H. Res. 301 (below) and S. Res.  151 ["Disapproving reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1949" (John L. McClellan - Arkansas; Karl E. Mundt - South Dakota)].

b. House Report:  "Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1949," submitted by William Dawson to accompany H. Res.  301 ["Disapproving of Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1949" (Clare E. Hoffman - Michigan)].

c. Hearings:  House Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments re H. Res. 301 (above) (August 2, 3, and 4, 1949).

F 37: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1950).  Reorganization:  Plan No. 12.

a. Correspondence.

b. Committee Print:  Hearings before the House Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments on H. Res. 512 and H. Res. 516 ["Resolving that the House of Representative does not favor the Reorganization Plan numbered 12 of 1950 transmitted to Congress by the President on March 13, 1950" (March 21, 22, and 23, 1950)].  H. Res. 512 was authored by Ralph E. Church - Illinois and H. Res. 516 by Clare E. Hoffman - Michigan.



F 38: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1950).  Reorganization:  Plan No. 27.

Correspondence.

F 39: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1949).  Reorganization:  Veterans Administration.

a. Correspondence.  Includes resolution and correspondence from the American Legion.

b. Senate Committee Report 8:  "Controversy over Hoover Commission Recommendations Affecting Veterans."

F 40: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1949).  Reorganization (S. 526/ H. R. 1569).

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include William Dawson (U. S. Representative - Illinois).

b. H. R. 1569:  "To provide for the reorganization of Government agencies, and for other purposes" (William L. Dawson - Illinois).

c. House Report (H. R. 1569).

F 41: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1950).  Rural Electrification Administration.

House Report:  "A Study of Certain Operations of the Rural Electrification Administration."

F 42: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1950).  United Medical Administration.

Correspondence re H. R. 5182 ["To consolidate certain hospital, medical, and public health functions of the Government in a United Medical Administration" (Clare E. Hoffman - Michigan)].  Correspondents include William E. Dawson (U. S. Representative - Illinois).

F 43: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1950).  Veterans' Administration.

House Report:  "Inquiry into the Operations and Fiscal Cost of the Veterans' Administration National Service Life Insurance Program."  Seventh Intermediate Report of the Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments (July 31, 1950).

F 43b: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1950). Reports.

Reports re Reorganization Act of 1949, Truman Reorganization Plans of 1950, and Hoover Commission Report.

F 44: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1950).  Atlantic Union:  Data.

a. Correspondence.

b. Booklet:  Halford L. Hoskins:  "The Atlantic Pact."  Public Affairs Bulletin No. 69 (April, 1949). 

c. Article:  Livingston Hartley:  "Why Atlantic Union."

d. Reprint of Freedom and Union (December, 1949).

e. Report:  "Atlantic Union Points"

F 45: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1950).  Atlantic Union:  Legislation.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Estes Kefauver (U. S. Senator - Tennessee); Mike Mansfield (U. S. Representative - Montana); James W. Wadsworth (U. S. Representative - New York); Walter H. Judd (U. S. Representative - Minnesota); Francis E. Walter (U. S. Representative - Pennsylvania); Robert L. F. Sikes (U. S. Representative - Florida); and Edward J. Thye (U. S. Senator - Minnesota).  Also includes summaries of committee hearings and resolution adopted by the Memphis Chapter of the Atlantic Union Committee.  Bills mentioned are H. Con. Res. 107 ["Inviting the democracies which sponsored the North Atlantic Treaty to name delegates to a federal convention" (Hale Boggs - Louisiana)]; H. Con.  Res. 108 ["Inviting the Countries which sponsored the North Atlantic Treaty to name delegates to a Federal Convention" (Walter H. Judd - Minnesota)]; H. Con. Res.  109 [same title as H. Con. Res. 107 (George A. Smathers - Florida)]; H. Con. Res. 110 [same title as H. Con Res. 107 (James W. Wadsworth - New York]; H. Con. Res.  111 ["Relative to the North Atlantic Treaty" (Clifford Davis - Tennessee)]; S. Con. Res. 57 [same title as H. Con. Res. 107 (Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Walter F. George - Georgia; Guy M. Gillette - Iowa; Raymond E. Baldwin - Connecticut; Robert C. Hendrickson - New Jersey; Bret H. Miller - Idaho; Harry P. Cain - Washington; Zales N. Ecton - Montana; Lister Hill - Alabama; John J. Sparkman - Alabama; J. William Fulbright - Arkansas; Burnet R. Maybank - South Carolina; Edward J. Thye - Minnesota; Garret L. Withers - Kentucky; Joseph R. McCarthy - Wisconsin; Harley M. Kilgore - West Virginia; Virgil Chapman - Kentucky; J. Allen Frear, Jr. - Delaware; Frank P. Graham - North Carolina; Milton R. Young - North Dakota)].

F 46: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1950).  China. Correspondence.

F 47: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1949).  Communism.

House Document:  Report of Committee No. 5, National and International Movements, House Committee on Foreign Affairs:  "The Strategy and Tactics of World Communism, 1949."

F 48: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1949).  Foreign Aid.

Newsletter:  Department of State:  "Foreign Affairs Outline:  Building the Peace" (Spring, 1949).

F 49: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1949).  Foreign Aid:  E. C. A. amendment (H. R. 3748).

Correspondence re H. R. 3748 ["To amend the Economic cooperation Act of 1948" (John Kee - West Virginia)].  Correspondents include grain dealers.

F 50: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1950).  Foreign Aid (H. R. 7797).  Correspondence re H. R. 7797 ["To provide foreign economic assistance" (John Kee - West Virginia)].  Correspondents include various cotton associations.

F 51: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1949).  France.

Resolution:  Oklahoma State Legislature, Includes correspondence.

F 52: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1949).  Genocide Convention.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Earl Welch (Supreme Court Justice, State of Oklahoma); pamphlet.

F 53: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1950).  International Trade Organization (H. J. Res. 14).

Correspondence re H. J. Res. 14 ["Providing for membership by the United States in the International Trade Organization and authorizing and appropriation therefor" James G. Fulton - Pennsylvania)].

F 54: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (n.d.).  Korea.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Jack K.  McFall (Assistant Secretary of State).

b. Document:  Message from the President of the United States transmitting a report on the situation in Korea (July 19, 1950).

c. Resolution proposed by Ely Cubbertson (Chairman, Citizens Committee for U. N. Reform).  Includes clippings.

d. Statement:  John D. Hickerson (Assistant Secretary of State), to a delegation of the American Women for peace (August 8, 1950).

e Excerpt from address of President Truman (June 27, 1950).

F 55: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1950).  Korea:  H. Res. 206.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include John Kee (U. S. Representative - West Virginia).

b. House Report:  Committee on Foreign Affairs:  pursuant to H. Res. 206 ["Authorizing the Committee on Foreign Affairs to conduct thorough studies and investigations of all matters coming within the jurisdiction of such committee" (John Kee, West Virginia)].

F 56: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1950).  Soviet Union.

a. Correspondence.

b. Committee Print:  "Background Information on the Soviet Union in International Relations" (1950).

F 57: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1950).  Spain.

Correspondence re loan to Franco Spain.

F 58: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1950).  Third World Development.

a. Correspondence re H. R. 6834 (below); S. 2197 ["To amend the Export-Import Bank Act of 1945, as amended, (59 stat. 526,666; 61 stat. 130), to invest in the Export-Import Bank of Washington the power to guarantee United States investments abroad" (Burnet R. Maybank - South Carolina)]; H. R. 6835 [same title as H. R. 6834] (Christian A. Herter - Massachusetts)].

b. H. R. 6834:  "To promote the foreign policy of the United States and to authorize participation in a cooperative endeavor for assisting in the development of economically underdeveloped areas of the world" (John Kee - West Virginia).

F 59: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (n.d.).  United Nations.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Brooks Hays (U. S. Representative - Arkansas); Walter H. Judd (U. S. Representative - Minnesota); and Cecil Dickson (Coordinator of Information, House of Representatives).

b. Booklet:  Committee on International Political and Social Problems:  "The United Nations and World Government."

c. Handbook:  "Community Action for United Nations Day -- October 24th."  Program suggestions for observances.

F 60: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1949).  United Nations (H. Con. Res. 64).

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Brooks Hays (U. S. Representative - Minnesota).

b. H. Con. Res. 64:  "To seek development of the United Nations into a world federation" (Brook Hays - Arkansas).

c. Hearings:  House Committee on Foreign Affairs:  re:  H. Con. Res. 64.

d. Speech:  Brooks Hays (U. S. Representative - Arkansas):  re:  H. Con. Res. 64.  Congressional Record excerpt.

e. Pamphlet:  Addresses/remarks of Brooks Hays (U. S.  Representative - Arkansas); Walter H. Judd (U. S.  Representative - Minnesota); Clifford P. Case (U. S. Representative - New Jersey); Helen Gahagan Douglas (U. S. Representative - California); Walter K. Granger (U. S. Representative - Utah); John W. Heselton (U. S. Representative - Massachusetts); Chet Holifield (U. S. Representative - California); Charles R. Howell (U. S. Representative - New Jersey); Henry M. Jackson (U. S. Representative - Washington); Jacob K. Javits (U. S. Representative - New York); and Hugh B. Mitchell (U. S. Representative - Washington).



F 61: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1950).  United World Federationists.

Correspondence.  Includes resolution adopted by the Oklahoma City post of the American Legion opposing the organization known as the United World Federalists.

F 62: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1950).  Vatican Representative.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Free Masonry.

F 63: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1950).  Yugoslavia.

Correspondence protesting federal aid to Yugoslavia.

F 64: General Correspondence (1949-1950).

Topics include 1949-1950 Federal budget and legislative matters.  Includes clippings.

F 65: House Administration, Committee on (1949).  Agriculture, Committee on (H. Res. 210).

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Gladys N. Ondacho (Special Clerk, House Committee on Agriculture).

b. H. Res. 210:  "To provide funds for the expenses of the studies and investigations authorized by House Resolution 112."  (Harold D. Cooley - North Carolina).

F 66: House Administration, Committee on (1949).  American Mothers Memorial Commission (H. R. 2612). 

a. Correspondence re H. R. 2612.

b. H. R. 2612:  "To establish an American Mothers Memorial Commission to prepare plans and estimates of costs for the construction in the District of Columbia of a national memorial to the mothers of America" (E. E. Cox - Georgia).

F 67: House Administration, Committee on (1950).  Anti-trust Publication (H. Res. 557).

Correspondence re H. Res. 557 ["Authorizing the printing of the committee print entitled `Congress and the Monopoly Problem -- Fifty Years of Antitrust Development, 1900-1950' as a House Document" (Wright Patman - Texas).  Correspondents include Wright Patman (U. S. Representative - Texas).

F 68: House Administration, Committee on (1949).  Calendar of Business.

a. Calendar of Business:  House Committee on House Administration (February 10, 1949).

b. Survey of Bills and Resolutions submitted to the Committee on House Administration, Eighty-first Congress, First and Second Sessions.

F 69: House Administration, Committee on (1949).  Coins and Currency (H. R. 1331).

H. R. 1331:  "To provide for the publication of an illustrated history of the coins and currency of the United States" (Chester E. Merrow - New Hampshire).

F 70: House Administration, Committee on (1959).  Committee Matters.

Includes appointment cards and correspondence with Mary T. Norton (U. S. Representative - New Jersey; Chair, Committee on House Administration).

F 71: House Administration, Committee on (1949).  District of Columbia Sesquicentennial.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Mary T. Norton (U. S. Representative - New Jersey).

b. H. J. Res. 200:  "To authorize the National Capital Sesquicentennial Commission to proceed with plans for the celebration and commemoration of the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the establishment of the seat of the Federal Government in the District of Columbia and for other purposes" (Mary T. Norton - New Jersey).

F 72: House Administration, Committee on (1950).  Election Contests.

Hearings:  Subcommittee on Elections, House Committee on House Administration:  "Contested Election Case of George D. Stevens versus William Blackney, Sixth Congressional District of Michigan" (January 5, 1950).

F 73: House Administration, Committee on (1949).  Franklin, Benjamin.

Correspondence from the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution.  Includes report of the Benjamin Franklin Committee of that Society to the Franklin Committee of that Society to the Fifty-ninth Congress.

F 74: House Administration, Committee on (1946).  Gandhi.

Correspondence re monument to the memory of Mohandas K. Gandhi.

F 75: House Administration, Committee on (1949).  Gandhi (H. J. Res. 295/H. Res. 13).

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Emanuel Celler (U. S. Representative - New York) and India League of America.

b. H. J. Res. 295:  "To erect a memorial to the memory of Mohandas Gandhi" (Emanuel Celler - New York).

F 76: House Administration, Committee on (1949).  Government Printing Office (H. J. Res. 175).

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Charles B. Deane (U. S. Representative - North Carolina).

b. H. J. Res. 175:  "To reimburse uncompensated leave to Government Printing Office employees earned during the fiscal year 1932" (John D. Dingell - Michigan).

F 77: House Administration, Committee on (1949).  Historical Frieze (H. J. Res. 21).

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Thomas A. Jenkins (U. S. Representative - Tennessee); and Theodore Francis Green (U. S. Senator - Rhode Island).

b. H. J. Res. 21:  "To provide for the utilization of a part of the unfinished portion of the historical frieze in the rotunda of the Capitol to portray the story of aviation" (Thomas A. Jenkins - Ohio).

c. House Report 2808 (H. J. Res. 21).

d. Senate Report 1523 (H. J. Res. 21).

F 78: House Administration, Committee on (1949).  House Office Equipment (H. Res. 461).

a. Correspondence with Herman P. Eberharter (U. S. Representative - Pennsylvania).

b. H. Res. 461:  "Authorizing a survey of the feasibility of constructing a conveyor belt between the House Office buildings and the Capitol" (Herman P. Eberharter - Pennsylvania).

F 79: House Administration, Committee on (1949).  House Voting Machine (H. R. 37).

Correspondence re H. R. 37 ["To provide for the procurement and installation of a mechanism for recording and counting votes in the House of Representatives" (Glenn R. Davis - Wisconsin).  Correspondents include Glenn R. Davis U. S. Representative - Wisconsin).

F 80: House Administration, Committee on (1950).  Identification Cards.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Mary T. Norton (U. S. Representative - New Jersey).

F 81: House Administration, Committee on (1950).  Immigration Document (S. Con. Res. 88).

S. Con. Res. 88:  "To print additional copies of the report of the Committee on the Judiciary on the immigration and naturalization systems of the States" (Forrest C. Donnell - Missouri).

F 82: House Administration, Committee on (1950).  Jefferson National Expansion Memorial (H. R. 6573/H. R. 8591).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 8591 ["To provide for the construction of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial at the site of old St. Louis, Missouri, in general accordance with the plan approved by the United States Territorial Expansion Memorial Commission, and for other purposes" (John B. Sullivan - Missouri).

b. H. R. 6573:  "To provide for the construction of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial at the site of old St. Louis, Missouri, in accordance with the plan approved by the United States Territorial Expansion Memorial Commission, and for other purposes" (John B. Sullivan - Missouri).

F 83: House Administration, Committee on (1949).  Labor Union Investigation.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Wingate H. Lucas (U. S. Representative - Texas).

F 84: House Administration, Committee on (1949-1950).  Legislative Reference Service.

Memos regarding Legislative Reference Service and Program for Fiscal 1951.

F 85: House Administration, Committee on (1947-1949).  Library of Congress.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Luther H. Evans (Library of Congress).

b. Excerpts of Statutes:  re:  Library of Congress.

c. House Report 1906 (H. R. 6500):  "Making Appropriations for the Legislative Branch for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1949, and for other Purposes" (Nobel Johnson - Indiana)

d. Proposed bill to define the functions and responsibilities of the Library of Congress.

e. Resolution adopted by American Library Association.

f. Clipping

g. Newsletter.

F 86: House Administration, Committee on (1948).  Library of Congress.

a. Reprinted material from the Federal Register, December 23, 1948, pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act.

b. Essay:  "Notes on the Lacock Abbey Magna Carta of 1225," by A. J. Collins.

c. Library of Congress Catalogue:  "Folk Music of the United States and Latin America" (1948).  (Phonographic records).

d. Brochure:  "The Thomas Jefferson Murals by Ezra Winter, N. A., in the Thomas Jefferson Room, Library of Congress" (1946).

e. Order forms for Library of Congress.

F 87: House Administration, Committee on (1949).  Library of Congress.

a. Catalogue of Phonograph Records, Library of Congress.

b. Address:  Thomas Mann:  "Nietzsche's Philosophy in the Light of Contemporary Events."  Delivered in the Library of Congress April 29, 1947.

c. Address:  Thomas Mann:  "The War of the Future."  Delivered in the Library of Congress, October 13, 1943.

d. Address:  Thomas Mann:  "The Theme of the Joseph Novels."  Delivered at the Library of Congress, November 17, 1942.

e. Descriptive brochure for the Canterbury Pilgrims Mural Paintings, located in the Library of Congress.

F 88: House Administration, Committee on (1948).  Library of Congress.

a. Pamphlet:  re:  Lincoln Collections in the Library of Congress (May, 1942).

b. Introductory remarks and address:  S. Paul Johnston and John K. Northrop:  Delivered in the Library of Congress (November 3, 1948).

c. Excerpt from New York Times Magazine, reprinted by the Library of Congress.

F 89: House Administration, Committee on (1946).  Library of Congress.

a. Pamphlet:  "The Hispanic Activities of the Library of Congress with an Address by Archibald MacLeish, Washington, 1946."

b. The United States Quarterly Book List, Published for the Library of Congress by Rutgers University Press.

F 90: House Administration, Committee on (1949-1950).  Library of Congress.

a. Newsletter issued by Library of Congress.

b. Press releases.

c. Excerpt from the Sunday Star written by Luther H. Evans (Librarian of Congress).

d. H.R. 8958 "Relating to the policing of the buildings and grounds of the Library of Congress" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma)

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