CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
LEGISLATIVE FILES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 8

Box 9: Eighty-First Congress:  House Administration - Post Office and Civil Service

F 1: House Administration, Committee on (1949).  Memorial Services.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Ken Regan (U. S. Representative - Texas; Chair, Subcommittee on Memorials).

F 2: House Administration, Committee on (1949-1950).  "Money Makes the Mare Go" (H. Con. Res. 50).

Correspondence re H. Con. Res. 50 ["Providing for the printing of 30,000 copies of the document entitled 'Money Makes the Mare Go', and providing for distribution" (Compton I. White - Idaho)].  Includes copy of Congressional Record excerpt:  "Money Makes the Mare Go" and correspondence from Compton White (U. S. Representative - Idaho).

F 3: House Administration, Committee on (1950).  Office Equipment (H. J. Res. 418).

Correspondence with Wayne Hays (U. S. Representative - Ohio) re H. J. Res. 418 ["Authorizing the purchase of automatic typing equipment for use in the offices of Members, officers, and committees of the House of Representatives (Thomas B. Stanley - Virginia)].

F 4: House Administration, Committee on (1949).  Poll Tax.

Correspondence re H. R. 3199 ["Making unlawful the requirement for the payment of a poll tax as a prerequisite to voting in a primary or other election for national office" (Mary T. Norton - New Jersey)]; and H. R. 7 [same title as H. R. 3199 (Vito Marcantonio - New York)].  Correspondents include Burr P. Harrison (U. S. Representative - Virginia).

F 5: House Administration, Committee on (1949).  Poll Tax (S. 1727).

S. 1727:  "Making unlawful the requirement for the payment of a poll tax as a prerequisite to voting in a primary or other election for national officers" (J.  Howard McGrath - Rhode Island).

F 6: House Administration, Committee on (n.d.).  Presidential Elections (H. Con. Res. 128).

Correspondence re H. Con. Res. 128 ["Authorizing the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives to have printed additional copies of the hearings held before said committee on the bills entitled `To amend the Constitution with respect to election of President and Vice-President'" (Ed Gossett - Texas)].  Correspondents include Charles B. Deane (U. S. Representative - North Carolina).

F 7: House Administration, Committee on (1950).  Reports.

House Document:  Letter from the Clerk of the House of Representatives transmitting a list of reports which it is the duty of any officer of department to make to Congress" (January 3, 1950).

F 8: House Administration, Committee on (1949).  Smithsonian Paleontological Investigations (H. R. 2290).

H. R. 2290:  "To provide for cooperation by the Smithsonian Institution with State, educational, and scientific organizations in the United States for continuing paleontological investigations in areas which will be flooded by the construction of government dams" (Carl T. Curtis - Nebraska).

F 9: House Administration, Committee on (n. d.).  Stationery.

Stationery of Mary T. Norton (U. S. Representative - New Jersey).

F 10: House Administration, Committee on (n.d.).  Subcommittee on Enrolled Bills, etc.  Appointment card included.

F 11: House Administration, Committee on (1949).  Subcommittee on Printing.

Correspondence and appointment cards included.

F 12: House Administration, Committee on (1949).  Telegram Service.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Robert L. F.  Sikes (U. S. Representative - Florida) and Mary T. Norton (U. S. Representative - New Jersey).

F 13: House Administration, Committee on (1950).  Territorial Papers (S. 2348).

a. Correspondence.

b. S. 2348:  "To increase the annual authorization for the appropriation of funds for collecting, editing, and publishing of official papers relating to the Territories and States" (Carl Hayden - Arizona).

F 14: House Administration, Committee on (1950).  Veterans Manual (H. Con. Res. 21).

Correspondence re H. Con. Res. 21 ["Providing for the printing as a House document of the pamphlet entitled `Manual Explanatory of the Privileges, Rights, and Benefits Provided for Persons Who Served in the Armed Forces of the United States During World War I, World War II, or Peacetime (after April 29, 1898), and Those Dependent Upon Them, With Special Reference to Those Benefits, Rights, and Privileges Administered by the Veterans' Administration'" (John E. Rankin - Mississippi)].

F 15: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1950).  Air Mail.

Correspondence re H. R. 9184 ["To provide for the separation of subsidy from air-mail pay, and for other purposes" (John W. Heselton - Massachusetts)].  Correspondents include Citizens Committee for the Hoover Report and National Association of Letter Carriers.

F 16: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1950).  Alcohol. Correspondence and resolution.

F 17: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1950).  Alcohol Advertising (S. 1847).

Correspondence re S. 1847 ["To prohibit the transportation in interstate commerce of advertisements of alcoholic beverages, and for other purposes" (William Langer - North Dakota)].

F 18: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1949).  Child Abandonment. Correspondence.

F 19: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1949).  Drug Labeling (H. R. 4203).

Correspondence re H. R. 4203 ["To amend section 5031 (b) of the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of June 25, 1938 as amended" (Carl T. Durham - North Carolina)].

F 20: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1950).  Freight Forwarding (H. R. 5967).

Correspondence re H. R. 5967 ["To amend the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended, to clarify the status of freight forwarders and their relationship with motor common carriers" (Robert Crosser - Ohio)].

F 21: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1950).  Freight Rates. Correspondence and clippings.



F 22: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1950).  Gambling (S. 3357).

Correspondence re S. 3357 ["To prohibit transportation of gambling devices in interstate and foreign commerce" (Edwin C. Johnson - Colorado)].

F 23: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1950).  Health (S. 1411).

Correspondence re S. 1411 ["To provide for the general welfare by enabling the several states to make more adequate provisions for the health of school children through the development of school health services for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of physical and mental defects and conditions" (Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; James E. Murray - Montana; Claude Pepper - Florida; Lister Hill - Alabama; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Garrett T. Withers - Kentucky; Robert A. Taft - Ohio; George D. Aiken - Vermont; H. Alexander Smith - New Jersey; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Forrest C. Donnell - Missouri; Leverett Saltonstall - Massachusetts)] and S. 1453 ["To amend the Public Health Service Act and the Vocational Education Act of 1946 to provide an emergency five-year program of grants and scholarships for education in the fields of medicine, osteopathy, dentistry, dental hygiene, public health and nursing professions, and for other purposes" (Claude Pepper - Florida; James E. Murray - Montana; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia; Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; Lister Hill - Alabama; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Louis Graham - Pennsylvania; Robert A. Taft - Ohio; George D. Aiken - Vermont; H. Alexander Smith - New Jersey; Forrest C. Donnell - Missouri; George D. Aiken, Vermont; H. Alexander Smith, New Jersey)].

F 24: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1949).  Health Grants (S. 1456).

Correspondence re S. 1456 ["To authorize grants to enable the States to survey, coordinate, supplement, and strengthen their existing health resources so that hospital and medical care may be obtained by all persons" (Lister Hill - Alabama; Herbert R. O'Conor - Maryland; Garrett L. Withers - Kentucky; George D. Aiken - Vermont; Wayne Morse - Oregon)].

F 25: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1950).  Health Service Grants (S. 522/H. R. 5865).

Correspondence re S. 522 ["To amend the Public Health Service Act to authorize assistance to states and political subdivisions in development and maintenance of local public health units and for other purposes" (Lister Hill - Alabama; Leverett Saltonstall - Massachusetts; Guy Cordon - Oregon; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Virgil Chapman - Kentucky; H. Alexander Smith - New Jersey; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; George W. Malone - Washington; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; William F. Knowland - California; Claude Pepper - Florida; Allen J. Ellender - Louisiana; George D. Aiken - Vermont; Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; James E. Murray - Montana; Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia; Garrett L. Withers - Kentucky; Robert A. Taft - Ohio; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Forrest C. Donnell - Missouri)] and H. R. 5865 [same title as S. 522 (J. Percy Priest - Tennessee)].

F 26: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1950).  Health Training (S. 1453/H. R. 9435).

a. Correspondence.

b. H. R. 9435:  "To provide for the training of nurses for the Armed Forces, governmental and civilian hospitals, health agencies, and defense industries, through grants to institutions providing such training, and for other purposes" (Thomas J. Lane - Massachusetts).

c. S. 1453:  "To amend the Public Health Service Act and the Vocational Education Act of 1946 to provide an emergency five year program of grants and scholarships for education in the fields of medicine, osteopathy, dentistry, dental hygiene, public health and nursing professions and for other purposes" (Claude Pepper - Florida; James E. Murray - Montana; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia; Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; Lister Hill - Alabama; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Frank P. Graham - North Carolina; Robert A. Taft - Ohio; George D. Aiken - Vermont; H. Alexander Smith - New Jersey; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Forrest C. Donnell - Missouri).

F 27: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (n.d.).  Hospitals.

Public Law 79-725 (S. 191):  "To amend the Public Health Service Act to authorize grants to the States for surveying their hospitals and public health centers and for planning construction of additional facilities and to authorize grants to assist in such construction of additional facilities and to authorize grants to assist in such construction" (Lister Hill - Alabama; Harold Burton - Ohio).

F 28: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1950).  Motor Vehicle Registration (H. R. 7766/H. J. Res. 410/ H. J. Res. 437.

a. H. R. 7766:  "To provide for a nationally uniform system of automobile registration" (Abraham J. Multer - New York).

b. H. J. Res. 410:  "Establishing a Federal Motor Vehicle Commission for the purpose of making uniform laws pertaining to operation, ownership and control of motor vehicles" (Dean P. Taylor - New York).

c. H. J. Res. 437:  same title as H. J. Res. 410 (Henry J. Latham - New York).

F 29: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1949-1950).  National Health Insurance.

Correspondence (A - O) re socialized medicine and health insurance.  Correspondence includes Oklahoma State Medical Association. 

F 30: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1949-1950).  National Health Insurance.

Correspondence (P - Y) re H. R. 4313 ["To provide a program of national health insurance and public health and to assist in increasing the number of adequately trained professional and other health personnel, and for other purposes" (Andrew Biemiller - Wisconsin)].  Also includes statement from Dr. R. B. Robins (Democratic National Committeeman for Arkansas).

F 31: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1949-1950).  National Health Insurance.

Resolutions and Petition re opposition to compulsory health insurance legislation.

F 32: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1949).  National Health Insurance:  S. 5/H. R. 783/H. R. 2892.

a. Correspondence re S. 5 (below); H. R. 783 ["To provide a national health insurance and public health program" (John D. Dingell - Michigan)]; and H. R. 2892 ["To amend the Social Security Act to enable States to establish more adequate public welfare programs, and for other purposes" (Robert L. Doughton - North Carolina)].

b. S. 5:  "To provide a national health insurance and public health program" (James E. Murray - Montana; Robert F. Wagner - New York; Claude Pepper - Florida; Dennis Chavez - New Mexico; Glen H. Taylor - Idaho; J. Howard McGrath - Rhode Island).

F 33: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1949- 1950).  National Health Insurance (S. 1579/H. R. 4312/ H. R. 4313).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 4312 (below); H. R. 4313 [same title as H. R.  4312 (Andrew Biemiller - Wisconsin)]; and S. 1679 [same title as H. R. 4312 (Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; James E. Murray - Montana; Robert F. Wagner - New York; Claude Pepper - Florida; Dennis Chavez - New Mexico; Glen H. Taylor - Idaho; Howard McGrath - Rhode Island; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota)].

b. H. R. 4312:  "To provide a program of national health insurance and public health and to assist in increasing the number of adequately trained professionals and other health personnel and for other purposes" (John D. Dingell - Michigan).

F 34: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1949).  National Health Insurance (H. R. 4313).

H. R. 4313:  "To provide a program of national health insurance and public health and to assist in increasing the number of adequately trained professional and other health personnel, and for other purposes" (Andrew J. Biemiller - Wisconsin).



F 35: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1950).  National Science Foundation appointments.

Correspondents include J. Percy Priest (U. S. Representative - Tennessee); and G. L. Cross (President, University of Oklahoma).

F 36: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1950).  National Science Foundation (H. R. 4896).  Correspondence re H. R. 4896 ["To promote the progress of science; to advance the national health prosperity, and welfare; to secure the national health, prosperity, and welfare; to secure the national defense; and for other purposes" (J. Percy Priest - Tennessee)].

F 37: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1949- 1950).  Natural Gas.

Correspondence.  Includes resolution adopted by the Oklahoma State Senate.

F 38: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1949).  Natural Gas (H. R. 79).

a. Correspondence.

b. H. R. 79:  "To amend the Natural Gas Act, approved June 21, 1938, as amended" (John E. Lyle, Jr. - Texas).

F 39: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1949).  Natural Gas (H. R. 1758/S. 1498).

Correspondence re H. R. 1758 ["To amend the Natural Gas Act approved June 21, 1938, as amended" (Oren Harris - Arkansas)] and S. 1498 ["To amend the Natural Gas Act, approved June 21, 1938, as amended" (Robert S. Kerr - Oklahoma; Elmer Thomas - Oklahoma)].

F 40: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1949- 1950).  Petroleum. 

a. Correspondence and clippings.

b. Address:  Walter S. Hallahan:  "Another Great Milestone in the Progress of Oil.

c. Statistical Bulletin of the Interstate Oil Compact Commission (February 15, 1949).

F 41: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (n.d.).  Petroleum:  Conservation.

Prepared report:  Hines H. Baker (President, Humble Oil and Refining Company, Houston):  "Achievements and Unsolved Problems in Oil and Gas Conservation" (March 9-11, 1949).

F 42: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1950).  Petroleum Investigation (H. J. Res. 423).

Correspondence re H. J. Res. 423 ["Authorizing the Federal Trade Commission to make a study and investigation of the production, transportation, refining and distribution of petroleum products" (Clarence Cannon - Missouri)].

F 43: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1949).  Public Health (S. 1453/H. R. 5940).

Correspondence re S. 1453 ["To amend the Public Health Service Act and the Vocational Education Act of 1946 to provide an emergency five-year program of grants and scholarships for education in the fields of medicine, osteopathy, dentistry, dental hygiene, public health, nursing professions, and for other purposes" (Claude Pepper - Florida; James E. Murray - Montana; Hubert H. Humphrey, Minnesota; Matthew M. Neely, West Virginia; Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; Lister Hill - Alabama; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Frank P. Graham - North Carolina; Robert A. Taft - Ohio; George D. Aiken - Vermont; H. Alexander Smith - New Jersey; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Forrest C. Donnell - Missouri)]; and H. R. 5940 same title as S. 1453] (Andrew J. Biemiller - Wisconsin).

F 44: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1949).  Public Health Units (S. 522).

Correspondence re S. 522 ["To amend the Public Health Service Act to authorize assistance to states and political subdivisions in the development and maintenance of local public health units, and for other purposes" (Lister Hill - Alabama; Leverett Saltonstall - Massachusetts; Guy Cordon - Oregon; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Virgil Chapman - New Jersey; H. Alexander Smith - New Jersey; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; George W. Malone - Nevada; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; William F. Knowland - California; Claude Pepper - Florida; Allen J. Ellender - Louisiana; George D. Aiken - Vermont; Elbert D. Thomas - Utah; James E.Murray - Montana; Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia; Garrett L. Withers - Kentucky; Robert A. Taft - Ohio; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Forrest C. Donnell - Missouri; Frank P. Graham - North Carolina)].

F 45: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1949-1950).  Railroad Retirement Act. Correspondence and petitions.

F 46: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (n.d.).  Railroad Retirement Act (H. R. 4123).

Correspondence re H. R. 4123 ["To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937 so as to provide full annuities at half salary or wages, based on the five highest years of earning for individuals who shall have completed thirty years of service" (John F. Kennedy - Massachusetts)].

F 47: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1950).  Railroad Safety (H. R. 378/S. 238).

Correspondence and clippings re H. R. 378 ["To amend section twenty-five of the Interstate Commerce Act to require certain common carriers by railroad to install and maintain communication systems and to establish and observe operating rules, regulations, and practices to promote safety of employees and travelers on railroads, and for other purposes" (Robert Crosser - Ohio)]; and S. 238 [same title as H. R. 378] (Edwin C. Johnson - Colorado).

F 48: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1950).  Railroad Strike. Correspondence and press release.

F 49: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1949).  Synthetic Fuels (S. 6/H. R. 566).

Correspondence re S. 6 ["To aid in preventing shortages of petroleum and petroleum products in the United States by promoting the production of synthetic liquid fuels" (Pat McCarran - Nevada)]; and H. R. 566 [same title as S. 6 (Charles A. Wolverton - New Jersey)].

F 50: Judiciary, Committee on the (1950).  Administrative Practices (H. R. 8201).

Correspondence re H. R. 8201 ["To protect the public with respect to practitioners before administrative agencies" (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania)].

F 51: Judiciary, Committee on the (1950).  Anti-trust:  A & P.

Correspondence re Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company.

F 52: Judiciary, Committee on the (1949-1950).  Anti-trust Laws:  S. 1008/H. R. 2222.

a. Correspondence (A - L) re S. 1008 and H. R. 2222 [same title as S. 1003 (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania)].  Correspondence include Farmers Union.

b. S. 1008:  "To provide a two-year moratorium with respect to the application of certain antitrust laws to individual, good-faith delivered price systems and freight absorption practices" (Francis J. Myers - Pennsylvania).

F 53: Judiciary, Committee on the (1949-1950).  Anti-trust Laws" S. 1008/H. R. 2222.

Correspondence (M - Z) re S. 1008/H. R. 2222.

F 54: Judiciary, Committee on the (1949).  Anti-trust Laws:  H. R. 2734.

Correspondence re H. R. 2734 ["To amend an act entitled `An act to supplement existing laws against unlawful restraints and monopolies, and for other purposes,' approved October 15, 1914 [38 (stat.730)], as amended" (Emanuel Celler - New York)].

F 55: Judiciary, Committee on the (1950).  Bankruptcy:  S. 938.

Correspondence re S. 938 ["To amend an act entitled `An act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United States,' approved July 1, 1898, and acts amendatory thereof and supplementary thereto" (Pat McCarran Nevada)].  Correspondents include Karl Stefan (U. S. Representative - Nebraska) and Walter S. Baring (U. S. Representative - Nevada).

F 56: Judiciary, Committee on the (1949).  Bankruptcy:  H. R. 118.

Correspondence re H. R. 118 ["To amend section 53 D of an act entitled `An act to establish uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United States,' approved July 1, 1898, and acts amendatory thereof and supplementary thereto" (Chauncey W. Reed - Illinois)].

F 57: Judiciary, Committee on the (1950).  Change of Venue:  H. R. 7550.

Correspondence re H. R. 7550 ["To amend section 1404 of title 28, United States Code, with respect to the transfer of certain civil actions from one district to another" (Emanuel Celler - New York)].  Includes resolution.

F 58: Judiciary, Committee on the (1948-1950).  Civil Rights:  S. 1725/S. 1726/S. 1734.

a. Correspondence.  Includes clipping; speech of Brooks Hays (U. S. Representative - Arkansas):  "The Arkansas Plan for Civil Rights Legislation" (February 2, 1949).  Correspondents include William L. Dawson (U. S. Representative - Illinois).

b. S. 1735:  "To provide means of further securing and protecting the Civil rights of persons within the jurisdiction of the United States" (J. Howard McGrath - Rhode Island).

c. S. 1726:  "To provide protection of persons from lynching and for other purposes" (J. Howard McGrath - Rhode Island).

d. S. 1734:  "To establish a Commission on Civil Rights and for other purposes" (Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota).

F 59: Judiciary, Committee on the (1950).  Clarksons' relief:  H. R. 9663.

a. Correspondence.

b. H. R. 9663:  "For relief of Mrs. Lennie G. Clarkson and William E. Clarkson" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

F 60: Judiciary, Committee on the (1949).  Contracts:  H. R. 834.

Correspondence re H. R. 834 ["To amend the Contract Settlement Act of 1944 so as to authorize the payment of fair compensation to persons contracting to deliver certain strategic or critical minerals or metals in cases of failure recover reasonable costs, and for other purposes" (Clair Engle - California)].

F 61: Judiciary, Committee on the (1950).  Deputy Marshals:  S. 3993.

Correspondence re S. 3993 ["To provide for the appointment of deputy United States Marshals without regard to the provisions of the civil-service laws and regulations" (Pat McCarran - Nevada)].

F 62: Judiciary, Committee on the (1949).  Displaced Persons.

Correspondence re Displaced Persons Legislation.  Includes clipping.

F 63: Judiciary, Committee on the (1949).  Displaced Persons.  H. R. 4567.

Correspondence re H. R. 4557 ["To amend the Displaced Persons Act of 1948" (Emanuel Celler - New York).

F 64: Judiciary, Committee on the (1949).  Displaced Persons:  H. R. 2018.

Correspondence re H. R. 2018 ["To amend the Displaced Persons Act of 1948 to authorize the admission into the United States of 500 displaced doctors and 1,000 nurses, to provide for their employment in Government hospitals, including Indian Hospitals and for other purposes" (Francis Case - South Dakota)].

F 65: Judiciary, Committee on the (1949).  Electoral College:  S. J. Res. 2.

a. Correspondence re S. J. Res. 2

b. S. J. Res. 2:  "Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States providing for the election of President and Vice-President" (Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. - Massachusetts; Pat McCarran - Nevada; J. William Fulbright - Arkansas; Clyde R. Hoey - North Carolina; John J. Sparkman - Alabama; John C. Stennis - Mississippi; Matthew M. Neely - Virginia; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; H. Alexander Smith - New Jersey; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Ralph E. Flanders - Vermont).

c. Hearings:  Subcommittee, Senate Committee on the Judiciary:  re:  S. J. Res. 2

d. Senate Report (S. J. Res. 2.).

F 66: Judiciary, Committee on the (1950).  Equal Rights for Women:  H. J. Res. 68/S. J. Res. 25.

Correspondence re H. J. Res. 68 ["Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to equal rights for men and women" (Katherine St. George - New York)]; and S. J. Res. 25 [same title as H. J. Res.  68 (Guy M. Gillette - Iowa; Robert S. Kerr - Oklahoma; William F. Knowland - California; J. Allen Frear, Jr. - Delaware; J. William Fulbright - Arkansas; William Langer - North Dakota; Millard E. Tydings - Maryland; Claude Pepper - Florida; Joseph C. O'Mahoney - Wyoming; Francis J. Myers - Pennsylvania; Alexander Wiley - Wisconsin; Herbert O'Conor - Maryland; Bourke B. Hickenlooper - Iowa; H. Alexander Smith - New Jersey; John J. McClellan - Arkansas; Clyde M. Reed - Kansas; Hugh Butler - Nebraska; Homer Ferguson - Michigan; Bert H. Miller - Idaho; Andrew F. Schoeppel - Kansas; Ralph E. Flanders - Vermont; Harry P. Cain - Washington; Lester C. Hunt - Wyoming; Homer E. Capehart - Indiana; Robert C. Hendrickson - New Jersey; J. Melville Broughton - North Dakota; Edward Martin - Pennsylvania; George W. Malone - Nevada; Arthur V. Watkins - Utah; Edward J. Thye - Minnesota; Sheridan Downey - California; Dennis Chavez - New Mexico).

F 67: Judiciary, Committee on the (1949).  Federal Courts Picketing (S. 1681/H. R. 5647).

Correspondence re S. 1681 ["To prohibit the picketing of United States Courts" (Allen Ellender - Louisiana)] and H. R. 5647 ["To prohibit the picketing of United States Courts" (Hale Boggs - Louisiana)].

F 68: Judiciary, Committee on the (1949-1950).  Federal Family Support Act:  H. R. 4565.

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

b. H. R. 4565:  "To provide for the enforcement of support orders in certain State and Federal Courts, and to make it a crime to move or travel in interstate and foreign commerce to avoid compliance with such orders:  (Andrew Jacobs - Indiana).

F 69: Judiciary, Committee on the (1949).  Federal Judgeship:  H. R. 4861.

Correspondence re H. R. 4861 ["To provide for the appointment of additional circuit and district judges, and for other purposes" (William T. Byrne - New York)].

F 70: Judiciary, Committee on the (1950).  Food and Drug:  H. R. 9158.

Correspondence re H. R. 9158 ["To revise, codify and enact into law title 21 of the United States Code, entitled 'Food and Drugs.'" (Joseph R. Bryson - South Carolina)].



F 71: Judiciary, Committee on the (1950).  Good Friday:  H. J. Res. 442.

Correspondence re H. J. Res. 442 ["Authorizing the President to call upon Government officials to fly the flag at half-staff Good Friday" (Norris Poulson - California)].

F 72: Judiciary, Committee on the (1949-1950).  Immigration:  S. 753.

a. Correspondence.

b. S. 753:  "For the relief of Sisters Anoinette Comett, Mary Gebin, Angela Pelosire, Emma Ghisieni, Elisabetta De Caterin and Onorina Fangina" (Scott W. Lucas - Illinois).

F 73: Judiciary, Committee on the (1950).  Judicial Annuities:  H. R. 7593/S. 3108.

Correspondence re H. R. 7593 ["To provide for payment of an annuity to widows of justices and judges" (Emmanuel Celler - New York)] and S. 3108 [same title as H. R.  7593:  (Pat McCarran - Nevada)].

F 74: Judiciary, Committee on the (1949-1950).  Nationality Act amendments:  H. R. 2164.

a. Correspondents.

b. H. R. 2164:  "To amend the Nationality Act of 1940, to preserve the nationality of naturalized veterans, their wives, minor children, and dependent parents" (Emanuel Celler - New York).

F 75: Judiciary, Committee on the (1949).  Riots:  H. R. 2270.

Correspondence re H. R. 2270 ["To amend title 18 of the United States Code (Crimes and Criminal Procedure) to make unlawful the transportation or importation of false and defamatory statements designed to arouse intergroup conflict" (Arthur G. Klein - New York).

F 76: Judiciary, Committee on the (1949).  Tax Courts:  H. R. 3113.

Correspondence re H. R. 3114 ["To amend title 28 of the United States Code, 'Judiciary and Judicial Procedure,' and incorporate therein provisions relating to the United States Tax Court and for other purposes" (Chauncey W. Reed - Illinois)].

F 76b: Judiciary, Committee on the (1949-1950). Correspondence and bill (H. R. 1270) on Thompson relief.

F 77: Judiciary, Committee on the (n.d.).  Tidelands. Correspondence.

F 78: Library, Joint Committee on the (1950).  Brigham Young statue.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Reva Beck Bosone (U. S. Representative - Utah).

F 79: Library, Joint Committee on the (n.d.).  Capitol Law Library.

Correspondence.  Includes list of statutes pertinent to occupancy of capitol building by Law Library of Congress and statistical data concerning the Law Library of Congress and statistical data concerning the Law Library.  Correspondents include Burr P. Harrison (U. S.  Representative - Virginia) and Russell King (Chief Clerk, Joint Committee on the Library).

F 80: Library, Joint Committee on the (1949).  Committee Materials. Appointment Card.

F 81: Library, Joint Committee on the (1949).  Ezra Pound/ Bollingen Prize.

Press release:  Statement of the Committee of the Fellows of the Library of Congress in American letters in reply to published criticisms of the Bollingen prize in Poetry.



F 82: Library, Joint Committee on the (1949).  Far Eastern Materials.

Correspondence re cataloguing certain Far Eastern material.

F 83: Library, Joint Committee on the (1949).  Koussevitsky Music Foundation.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Theodore Francis Green (U. S. Senator - Rhode Island; Chairman, Joint Committee on the Library).

b. Agreement between the Koussevitzky Music Foundation, Inc., and Library of Congress Trust Fund Board, September, 1949.

F 84: Library, Joint Committee on the (1949).  Latin American Law Center.

Memorandum re Creation of a Latin American Law Center in the Library of Congress.

F 85: Library, Joint Committee on the (1949).  Libraries.  Correspondence.

F 86: Library, Joint Committee on the (1949-1950).  Library of Congress expenditures.

Correspondence.  Includes a statement of needs for the immediate and near future for the Library of Congress by Luther H. Evans (Library of Congress).  Correspondents include Theodore Francis Green (U. S. Senator - Rhode Island).

F 87: Library, Joint Committee on the (1949-1950).  Microfilming project. Correspondence and clippings.

F 88: Library, Joint Committee on the (1950).  Northeastern Regional Library.

Correspondence re proposal for Northeastern Regional Library.

F 89: Library, Joint Committee on the (1950).  State Law section. Correspondence.

F 90: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  American Bar Association.

Correspondence re contingent fees.

F 91: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  American Enterprise Association.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Frank Buchanan (U. S. Representative - Pennsylvania; Chairman, Committee on Lobbying Activities).

F 92: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  Brannan, Charles F.

Correspondence re Brannan trip to St. Paul, Minnesota.

F 93: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  California Wage Earners Committee.

Correspondence. 

F 94: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  Civil Rights Congress.

Correspondence.  Includes a summary of the Civil Rights Congress' activities and accomplishments (August 2, 1950). 

F 95: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  Committee for Constitutional Government.

Correspondence re efforts to investigate the Committee for Constitutional Government's financial backing.  Includes statements and press releases.  Also mentions America's Future, Inc; Constitution and Free Enterprise Foundation; Fighters for Freedom; and National Economic Council.

F 96: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee on Investigate (1949-1950).  Committee Material.  Miscellaneous.

Correspondence.  Includes remarks of Frank Buchanan (U. S. Representative - Pennsylvania).  February 6, 1950.  Includes clippings and bill.

F 97: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  Committee Materials:  Expenditures.

Includes expenditures of the Select Committee for February and July, 1950.

F 98: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  Committee Materials:  Memoranda.

a. Personnel data for the Select Committee.

b. Draft Memorandum re Proposed agenda for an executive session (July 19, 1950).

F 99: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  Committee Materials:  Report Planning.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Frank Buchanan (U. S. Representative - Pennsylvania; Chairman, House Select Committee on Lobbying Activities).

F 100: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  Committee Materials:  Schedules.

Correspondence and hearing schedules.  Correspondents include Frank Buchanan (U. S. Representative - Pennsylvania; Chairman, House Select Committee on Lobbying Activities).

F 101: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950)/Congress of Industrial Organizations.

Appointment card.

F 102: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  Constitutional Educational League.

Correspondence.

F 103: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  Corporate Letter.

a. Correspondence with Frank Buchanan (U. S. Representative - Pennsylvania; Chairman, House Select Committee on Lobbying Activities).

b. Press Release re business corporations.

F 104: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (n.d).  Federal Lobbying Act.

"An Analysis of the Federal Lobbying Act," by Norman J. Tutor.

F 105: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  Foundation for Economic Education.

a. Appointment card.

b. One page print by the Constitutional Educational League, entitled "The Constitution Speaks."

F 106: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  General Correspondence.

Also includes clipping and press release.



F 107: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  General:  Requests for copy of hearings, etc.

F 108: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  Harding College.

Correspondence.  Correspondents include Wilbur D. Mills (U. S. Representative - Arkansas).

F 109: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  Housing and Home Finance Agency.

Appointment card.

F 110: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  Inland Steel Corporation. Correspondence.

F 111: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  Labor Press Association.

Topics of newsletters include Lobby Probers, Price Manipulation, CIO, and Federal Rent curbs.

F 112: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  Lobbying Report Forms.

Correspondence.  Includes excerpt from the Congressional Quarterly News Features.

F 113: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  Miscellaneous investigations.

a. Correspondence.

b. Appointment Card:  re:  Federal Security Administrator and National Housing Conference.

F 114: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  National Association of Home Builders.

a. Correspondence.

b. Hearings on National Association of Home Builders of the United States (April, 1950).

F 115: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  National Association of Railroads and Utilities Commissioners.

Correspondence.

F 116: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  National Association of Real Estate Boards.

a. Correspondence.

b. Statement:  National Association of Real Estate Boards to the members of the House Select Committee on Lobbying Activities (April 19, 1950).

F 117: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  National Council of Farmer Cooperatives.

Correspondence re attacks on Farmer cooperatives.

F 118: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1947-1950).  National Economic Council.

a. Correspondence.  Correspondents include Merwin Hart (President, National Economic Council).

b. Appointment Cards.

F 119: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (n.d.).  National Patent Council. 



F 120: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  National Retail Lumber Dealers Association.

Appointment card.

F 121: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (n.d.).  Public Affairs Institute.

Includes statement of receipts and expenditures, contribution, and statement of Dewey Anderson (Executive Director, PAI) before the Select Committee (July 14, 1950).

F 122: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  Shearon, Marjorie. Correspondence.

F 123: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  Slaughter, Roger C.

Memorandum:  United States of America vs. Roger C. Slaughter.

F 124: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (n.d.).  Small Business Action.

Lists objectives and programs of National Committee of Small Business and the Self-Employed.

F 125: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  Stout, Rex.

Correspondence re Select Committee investigation of Rex Stout.

F 126: Lobbying Activities, Select Committee to Investigate (1950).  United States Savings and Loan League.

Correspondence and memorandum.

F 127: Merchant Marine and Fishers, Committee on (1949).  Migratory Bird Hunting (S. 1076/H. R. 3711).

Correspondence re H. R. 3711 ["To amend the Migratory Bird Hunting Stamp Act of March 16, 1934 (43 stat. 451; 16 U. S. C. 718b) as amended" (Clark W. Thompson - Texas)] and S. 1076 [same title as H. R. 3711 (Edwin C. Johnson - Colorado)].

F 128: Merchant Marine and Fishers, Committee on (1949).  Fish Management:  H. R. 1746.

Correspondence re H. R. 1746 ["To provide that the United States shall aid the states in fish restoration and management projects, and for other purposes" (John D. Dingell - Michigan).

F 129: Merchant Marine and Fishers, Committee on (1950).  Fish Management:  H. R. 6533.

Correspondence re H. R. 6533 ["To provide that the United States shall aid the states in fish restoration and management projects, and for other purposes" (John D. Dingell - Michigan)].

F 130: Merchant Marine and Fishers, Committee on (1950).  World War II (H. R. 5975).

Correspondence re H. R. 5975 ["To provide aid for persons who served in the United States Merchant Marine during World War II, and for other purposes" (George D. O'Brien - Michigan)].

F 131: Newsprint and Paper Supply, Select Committee on (1947).  House Report:  Interim Report, pursuant to H. Res. 58 "Creating a select Committee to conduct a study and investigation with respect to present and future supplies of newsprint, printing and wrapping paper, paper products, paper pulp, and pulpwood" (Clarence Brown - Ohio).

F 132: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1949).  Benefits (S. 1772).

Correspondence re S. 1772 ["To provide additional benefits for certain postmasters, officers, and employees in the postal field service with respect to annual and sick leave, longevity pay, compensatory time, and promotion, and for other purposes" (William Langer - North Dakota; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Kenneth McKellar - Tennessee; Zales N. Ecton - Montana; Robert C. Hendrickson - New Jersey; J. Allen Frear, Jr. - Delaware; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Raymond E. Baldwin - Connecticut)].

F 133: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1949).  Benefits (H. R. 4595).

Correspondence re H. R. 4595 ["To provide additional benefits for certain postmasters, officers, and employees in the postal field service with respect to annual and sick leave, longevity pay, and promotion, and for other purposes" (Harold C. Hagan - Minnesota)].

F 134: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1949).  Civil Service Retirement.

a. Correspondence

b. Public Law 80-426 (H. R. 4127):  "To amend the Civil Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930, as amended" (William Stevenson - Wisconsin). 

F 135: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1949).  Civil Service Retirement (S. 878).

Correspondence re S. 878 ["To provide certain benefits for annuitants who retired under the Civil Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930, prior to April 1, 1948" (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina)].

F 136: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1950).  Civil Service Retirement (S. 1275/H. R. 3893).

Correspondence re H. R. 3893 ["To amend the Civil Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930, to provide that certain periods of employment in the service of a state, Territory, or possession of the United States may be included as allowable service under such act" (Glen R. Davis - Wisconsin)] and 1275 ["To amend the Civil Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930, as amended" (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina: Zales N. Ecton - Montana)].  Correspondents include Olin D. Johnston (U. S.  Senator - South Carolina)].

F 137: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1950).  Civil Service Retirement (H. R. 4295).

Correspondence re H. R. 4295 ["To provide certain benefits for annuitants who retired under the Civil Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930, prior to April 1, 1948" (Homer Thornberry - Texas)].

F 138: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (n.d.).  Committee materials.

Extension of remarks:  Tom Murray (U. S. Representative - Tennessee).

F 139: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1949).  Federal Employees Pay (S. 1762/S. 2379/H. R. 5169/ H. R. 5931).

Correspondence re S. 1762 ["To establish a standard schedule of rates of basic compensation for certain employees of the Federal Government; to provide an equitable system for fixing and adjusting the rates of basic compensation of individual employees; to repeal the Classification Act of 1923, as amended, and for other purposes" (Russell B. Long - Louisiana)]; S. 2379 [same title and author as S. 1762]; H. R. 6169 ["Making the Administrative Procedure Act applicable to certain hearings in the Post Office Department" (Hugh B. Mitchell - Washington)]; and H. R. 5931 [same title as S. 1762 (Tom Murray, Tennessee)].  Correspondents include the National Federation of Federal Employees.

F 140: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1949-1950).  General/Miscellaneous.

Correspondence re various legislation.  Includes resolution. This folder also includes copies of various bills regarding benefits for postal employees.

F 141: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1950).  Job Preference (H. R. 87).

Correspondence (A - L) re H. R. 87 ["Relating to the promotion of Veterans of World War II in the field service of the Post Office Department" (George P. Miller - California)]. 

F 142: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1950).  Job Preference (H. R. 87).

Correspondence (M - W and multi) re H. R. 87 ["Relating to the promotion of Veterans of World War II in the field service of the Post Office Department" (George P. Miller - California)].

F 143: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1949).  Job Preference (H. R. 2446/S. 660).

Correspondence re H. R. 2446 ["To amend the Veterans' Preference Act of 1944 and to preserve the equities of permanent classified civil-service employees of the United States" (Arthur G. Klein - New York)] and S. 660 ["To amend the Act of June 27, 1944, Public Law 359, and to preserve the equities of permanent classified civil service employees of the United States" (William Langer - North Dakota)].

F 144: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1950).  Job Preference (H. R. 8925).

Correspondence re H. R. 8925 ["To provide a recruitment procedure for the competitive Civil Service in order to insure selection of personnel on the basis of open competition and merit, and for other purposes" (Tom Murray - Tennessee)].

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