CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
LEGISLATIVE FILES
Box and Folder Inventory

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Box 13: Eighty-Second Congress:  Appropriations - Expenditures in the Executive Departments

F 1: Appropriations, Committee on (1951).  Miscellaneous.  Correspondence re appropriation bill containing appropriation for Eaker Airport at Durant.

F 2: Appropriations, Committee on (1951).  Supplemental (H. R. 6947).

Public Law 82-375 (H. R. 6947):  "Making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1952, and for other purposes" (Clarence Cannon - Missouri).

F 3: Appropriations, Committee on (1951).  Tennessee - Tombigee River.  Correspondence with Representative John E. Rankin.

F 4: Appropriations, Committee on (1952).  Treasury:  Bureau of Internal Revenue. Correspondence.

F 5: Appropriations, Committee on (1951).  Treasury (H. R. 3282).  Postal Transportation Routes Rider.

Correspondence re H. R. 3282 ["Making appropriations for the treasury and Post Office Departments and funds available for the Export-Import Bank of Washington, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1952, and for other purposes" (J. Vaughan Gary - Virginia)].

F 6: Appropriations, Committee on (1952).  Veterans:  Contact Service. Correspondence - American Legion.

F 7: Appropriations, Committee on (1952).  Veterans:  Employment Service.

Correspondence.  Resolution adopted by the American Legion.

F 8: Appropriations, Committee on (1952).  Vocational Rehabilitation. Correspondence.

F 9: Appropriations, Committee on (1952).  Watershed Flood Control. Correspondence.

F 10: Armed Services, Committee on (1951).  Benefits (Survivors) (H. R. 5594).

H. R. 5594:  "To provide benefits for survivors of members of the uniformed services, and for other purposes."  (Paul J. Kilday - Texas.)

F 11: Armed Services, Committee on (1951).  Combat Pay.  (Miscellaneous Legislation).

Correspondence.  Includes resolution adopted by Oklahoma State House of Representatives.

F 12: Armed Services, Committee on (1951-1952).  Combat Pay (H. R. 1753).

Correspondence re H. R. 1753 ["To provide additional compensation for members of the Army, Navy and Air Force during periods of combat duty in Korea."  (Carl Vinson - Georgia)].  Correspondents include Representative Olin E. Teague).

F 13: Armed Services, Committee on (1951).  Committee Work.

Correspondence re H. Res. 38 ["Authorizing and directing the Committee on Armed Services to conduct thorough studies and investigations relating to matters coming within the jurisdiction of such committee under Rule XI (1) (c) of the rules of the House of Representatives."  (Carl Vinson - Georgia)].

F 14: Armed Services, Committee on (1951).  Construction (H. R. 4914).

Correspondence re H. R. 4914 ["To authorize certain construction at military and naval installations, and for other purposes" (Carl Vinson - Georgia)].

F 15: Armed Services, Committee on (1952).  Doctors:  Women (S. 2552).

Correspondence re S. 2552 ["To authorize the appointment of qualified women as physicians and specialists in the medical services of the Army, Navy, and Air Force" (Lester C. Hunt - Wyoming)].

F 16: Armed Services, Committee on (1950).  Draft:  Doctors, etc.

a. Correspondence - Public Law 779 (S. 4029, 81st Congress).

b. Questions and statements concerning the Physician Draft Law and Military Service.

c. Proclamation by the President of the United States of America, President Harry S. Truman. 

F 17: Armed Services, Committee on (1951).  Draft:  Eighteen- year-old's. Correspondence (A - J) and clipping.

F 18: Armed Services, Committee on (1951).  Draft:  Eighteen- year-old's. Correspondence (K - W and petition).

F 19: Armed Services, Committee on (1951).  Draft (H. R. 3364). 

a. H. R. 3364 "To provide for the common defense and security of the United States and to permit the more effective utilization of manpower resources of the United States, and for other purposes." (Graham A. Barden - North Carolina).

b. Correspondence with National Grange and Representative Graham A. Barden.

F 20: Armed Services, Committee on (1952).  Draft (H. R. 5946).

a. H. R. 5946 "To amend the Universal Military Training and Service Act to provide that certain members of the National Guard and other Reserve components, who served during World War II, shall be released from active duty upon completing seventeen months active duty after June 24, 1950." (Clinton D. McKinnon - California)

b. Correspondence

F 21: Armed Services, Committee on (1951-1952).  General.  Correspondence re requests for Public Laws 79-72, 81-351, and 81-479.

F 22: Armed Services, Committee on (1952).  G. I. Bill amendments (H. R. 5603/H. R. 8192).

a. H. R. 8192 "To amend section 302 of the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944, as amended" (Paul J. Kilday - Texas)

b. Correspondence re H. R. 8192 [above] and H. R. 5603 ["To clarify the status of certain officers heretofore retired and granted retirement pay, and for other purposes" (Paul J. Kilday)].

F 23: Armed Services, Committee on (1952).  Headstones (H. R. 8340).

Correspondence re H. R. 3340 ["To authorize the Secretary of Defense to make a monetary allowance in lieu of headstones or markers for certain graves" (Frazier Reams - Ohio)].

F 24: Armed Services, Committee on (1951).  McCarthy allegations.

Press release from the office of Senator Joseph McCarthy (January 12, 1951).

F 25: Armed Services, Committee on (1951-1952).  Marine Corps (S. 677).

Correspondence re S. 677 ["To fix the personnel strength of the United States Marine Corps, and to establish the relationships to the Commandant of Marine Corps to the Joint Chiefs of Staff."  (Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Joseph R. McCarthy - Wisconsin; George A. Smathers - Florida; Francis Case - South Dakota; J. William Fulbright - Arkansas; Guy M. Gillette - Iowa; Walter F. George - Georgia; Edwin C. Johnson - Colorado; A. Willis Robertson - Virginia; Homer Ferguson - Michigan; Charles W. Tobey - New Hampshire; Zales N. Ecton - Montana; Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia; Hugh M. Butler - Nebraska; James H. Duff - Pennsylvania; John J. Sparkman - Alabama; Andrew F. Schoeppel - Kansas; Herbert Lehman - New York; James E. Murray - Montana; Dennis Chavez - New Mexico; Owen Brewster - Maine; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Robert C. Hendrickson - New Jersey; Richard M. Nixon - California; Edward J. Thye - Minnesota; George D. Aiken - Vermont; Homer E. Capehart - Indiana; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Arthur V. Watkins - Utah; Bourke B. Hickenlooper - Iowa; Alexander Wiley, Wisconsin; Ralph E. Flanders - Vermont; Everett M. Dirksen - Illinois; Karl E. Mundt - South Dakota; Pat McCarran - Nevada; H. Alexander Smith - New Jersey; John W. Bricker - Ohio; Burnet R. Maybank - South Carolina; Milton R. Young - North Dakota; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington)].

F 26: Armed Services, Committee on (1952).  Merchant Marine. Correspondence.

F 27: Armed Services, Committee on (1952).  Nurses, Male (H. R. 911).

Correspondence re H. R. 911 ["To provide for the appointment of male citizens as nurses in the Army, Navy, and Air Force, and for other purposes."  (Francis P. Bolton - Ohio)].

F 28: Armed Services, Committee on (1951).  Pay. Correspondence. 

F 29: Armed Services, Committee on (1952).  Pay Raise (H. R. 5715).

Correspondence re H. R. 5717 ["To amend sections 201 (a), 301(e), 302(f), 302(g), 508, and 52 of Public Law 351, Eighty-first Congress, as amended" (Paul J. Kilday - Texas)].

F 30: Armed Services, Committee on (1951).  Reserves. Correspondence.

F 31: Armed Services, Committee on (1951).  Reserves (H. R. 4860/H. R. 5277).

Correspondence re H. R. 4860 ["Relating to the reserve components of the Armed Forces" (Overton Brooks - Louisiana)] and H. R. 5277 ["Relating to the Reserve components of the Armed Forces of the United States" (Overton Brooks - Louisiana)].

F 32: Armed Services, Committee on (1951).  Reserves (H. R. 5426).

Correspondence re H. R. 5426 ["Relating to the reserve Components of the Armed Forces of the United States."  (Overton Brooks - Louisiana)].

F 33: Armed Services, Committee on (1952).  R. O. T. C.  (H. R. 1168/H. R. 1775/S. 325).

Correspondence re H. R. 1168 ["To provide for a Reserve Officers' Training Corps, and for other purposes" (Overton Brooks - Louisiana)]; H. R. 1175 ["To provide for a Reserve Officers' Training Corps, and for other purposes" (Walter K. Granger - Utah)]; and S. 325 ["To provide for a Reserve Officers' Training Corps, and for other purposes" (Richard B. Russell - Georgia)].

F 34: Armed Service, Committee on (1951-1952).  Universal Military Training Correspondence (A - D) and clippings.

F 35: Armed Serves, Committee on (1951-1952).  Universal Military Training. Correspondence (E - Ha).

F 36: Armed Services, Committee on (1951-1952).  Universal Military Training. Correspondence (He - M).

F 37: Armed Services, Committee on (1951-1952).  Universal Military Training. Correspondence (N - Sm).

F 38: Armed Services, Committee on (1951-1952).  Universal Military Training. Correspondence (So - Y).

F 39: Armed Services, Committee on (1952).  Universal Military Training. Correspondence (Unsigned) and Petitions.

F 40: Armed Services, Committee on (1951).  Universal Military Training:  Data.

Booklet:  "Universal Military Training."  First Report to the Congress by the National Security Commission, October 1951.

F 41: Armed Services, Committee on (1952).  Universal Military Training:  Data.

Statement of Lt. General Raymond S. McLain, Commissioner, before the Senate Committee on Armed Services hearings on proposes National Security Training Corps Act.  (Correspondence included).

F 42: Armed Services, Committee on (1951-1952).  Universal Military Training:  Legislation (H. R. 1752/H. R. 2811/ S. 1).

a. Public Law 51 (S. 1):  "To provide for the common defense by establishing a universal training program, and for other purposes."  (Richard B. Russell - Georgia; Harry Byrd, Sr. - Virginia; Virgil M. Chapman - Kentucky; Lyndon B. Johnson - Texas; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Lester C. Hunt - Wyoming; Styles Bridges - New Hampshire; Leverett Saltonstall - Massachusetts; Wayne Morse - Oregon; William F. Knowland - California; Harry P. Cain - Washington; George W. Malone - Nevada).

b. Correspondence re H. R. 1752 ["To provide for the common defense and security of the United States and to permit the more effective utilization of manpower resources of the United States by authorizing universal military service and training, and for other purposes" (Carl Vinson - Georgia)] and H. R.  2811 ["To provide for the common defense and security of the United States and to permit the more effective utilization of manpower resources of the United States by authorizing universal military training and service, and for other purposes" (Carl Vinson - Georgia)].

F 43: Armed Services, Committee on (1952).  Universal Military Training:  Legislation (H. R. 5903/H. R. 6032/S. 2441).

a. H. R. 6032:  "To provide for the administration and discipline of the National Security Training Corps, and for other purposes." (Overton Brooks - Louisiana).

b. Statement before the Senate Armed Services Committee re S. 2441 ["To provide for the administration and discipline of the Security Training Corps and for other purposes" (Richard B. Russell - Georgia; Harry F. Byrd - Virginia; Styles Bridges - New Hampshire; Leverett Saltonstall - Massachusetts; Wayne Morse - Oregon; William Knowland - California; Harry P. Cain - Washington; Lyndon B. Johnson - Texas; Lester C. Hunt - Wyoming; John C. Stennis - Mississippi; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee)].

c. Correspondence re H. R. 6032 [above]; S. 2441 [above]; and H. R. 5903 ["To provide for the administration and discipline of the National Security Training Corps, and for other purposes" (James E. Van Zandt - Pennsylvania)].

F 44: Armed Services, Committee on (1952).  Universal Military Training:  Legislation (H. R. 5904).

Correspondence re H. R. 5904 ["To provide for the administration and discipline of the National Security Corps, and for other purposes" (Carl Vinson - Georgia)].

F 45: Armed Services, Committee on (1952).  Voting Rights.

Correspondence re request for House Document No. 407, 82nd Congress, titled "Voting in the Armed Forces."



F 46: Armed Services, Committee on (1951-1952).  World War I draftees (H. R. 563).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 563.

b. H. R. 563:  "For the relief of persons discharged from the draft in World War I" (Boyd Tackett - Arkansas).

F 47: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1952).  Bank Holding Companies. Correspondence.

F 48: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1952).  Bank Holding Companies (H. R. 6504).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 6504.

a. H. R. 6504:  "To provide for the control and regulation of bank holding companies, and for other purposes"  (Brent Spence - Kentucky).

F 49: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951).  Confederate Half-Dollar (H. R. 3145/S. 1087).

Correspondence re H. R. 3145:  "To authorize the coinage of fifty-cent pieces in commemoration of the sixty-first and final reunion of the United Confederate Veterans" (Porter Hardy, Jr. - Virginia).

F 50: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951-1952).  Controls. Correspondence (A - H).

F 51: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951-1952).  Controls. Correspondence (J - Sl).

F 52: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951-1952).  Controls. Correspondence (Sm - W) and Petitions.

F 53: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951-1952).  Controls:  Cattle and products.

F 54: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951).  Controls:  Frozen Locker Association.

Correspondence re O.P.S. Controls.

F 55: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951-1952).  Controls:  Rent. Correspondence.

F 56: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951).  Credit:  Regulation W. Correspondence.

F 57: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1952).  Defense Production Act:  Section 701-C.

F 58: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1950).  Defense Production Act amendments (S. 1717).

Public Law 56 (S. 1717):  "To amend and extend the Defense Production Act of 1950 and the Housing and Rent Act of 1947 as amended" (Burnet R. Maybank - South Carolina).

F 59: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951).  Defense Production Act Amendments (H. R. 3871).

Correspondence re H. R. 3871 ["To amend the Defense Production Act of 1950, and for other purposes"  (Brent Spence - Kentucky)].

F 60: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951).  Defense Production Act amendments (H. R. 3871):  Defense plants.

a. Joint Committee Print - Materials prepared for the Joint Committee on the Economic report by the Committee Staff

b. Correspondence with Representative Albert Rains re H. R. 3871 ["To amend the Defense Production Act of 1950 and for other purposes"  (Brent Spence - Kentucky)].



F 61: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951-1952).  Defense Production Act amendments:  Dairy Imports; Peanuts.

Correspondence re H. R. 5943 ["To repeal section 104 of the Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended" (Emanuel Celler - New York)] and S. 1717 ["To amend and extend the Defense Production Act of 1950 and the Housing and Rent Act of 1947 as amended" (Burnet R. Maybank - South Carolina)].

F 62: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951).  Defense Production Act:  Capehart amendment.

Correspondence.

F 63: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951).  Defense Production Act:  Herlong amendment.

Correspondence re requests for support of Representative Herlong's profit control and cost absorption amendments.

F 64: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951).  Defense Production Act:  Lucas amendment.

Correspondence.

F 65: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951).  Defense Production Act:  Magnuson amendment.

Correspondence re import restrictions amendment to Defense Production Act (Magnuson Amendment).

F 66: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951).  Defense Production Act:  Poage/Cole and Cooley amendments.

Correspondence re anti-rollback amendment and amendment to decontrol any commodity that is below ceiling price.

F 67: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1952).  Defense Production Act:  Talle amendment. Correspondence.

F 68: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951-1952).  Federal Reserve. Correspondence.

F 69: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951-1952).  Housing. Correspondence and clipping.

F 70: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951).  Housing (S. 349).

a. Correspondence re S. 349.

b. S. 349:  "To assist the provision of housing and community facilities required in connection with the national defense" (Burnet R. Maybank - South Carolina)

F 71: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951).  Securities Exchange Act amendments (S. 1860).

Correspondence re S. 1860 ["To amend section 12 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, and for other purposes" (J. Allen Frear, Jr. - Delaware)].

F 72: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1951).  Wage Stabilization Board (H. R. 4552).

Correspondence re H. R. 4552 ["To establish a Wage Stabilization Board, to define its function, and for other purposes" (Wingate H. Lucas - Texas).  Correspondents include Representative Wingate Lucas.

F 73: Congress - General (1951).  Committee assignments.

Correspondence re John Jarman, applicant for a committee position.

F 74: Congress - General (1951).  Co-ordinator of Information.

Correspondence with Coordinator of Information Francis M. Lemay.

F 75: Congress - General (1951).  Democratic National Congressional Committee. General correspondence.

F 76: Congress - General (1951).  Doorkeeper. Correspondence with William M. Miller, Doorkeeper.

F 77: Congress - General (1952).  Sergeant-at-Arms. Correspondence with Joseph H. Callaham, Sergeant-at-Arms.

F 78: Congress - General (1951).  Whip - House Program (1951).

Correspondence with J. Percy Priest, Democratic Whip.

F 79: District of Columbia, Committee on the (1952).  Optometry (S. 106).

Correspondence re S. 106 ["To amend the act entitled 'An Act to regulate the practice of optometry in the District of Columbia" (Olin P. Johnston - South Carolina)].

F 80: Education and Labor, Committee on (1951).  Blind, Printing House for (H. R. 1499).

Correspondence re H. R. 1499 ["To amend the act approved August 4, 1919, as amended, providing additional aid for the American Printing House for the Blind" (Thurston B. Morton - Kentucky)].

F 81: Education and Labor, Committee on (1951-1952).  Committee Work.

Correspondence with Fred G. Hussey, Clerk, Committee on Education and Labor.

F 82: Education and Labor, Committee on (1951).  Education:  Colleges and Universities.

a. House Report:  Committee on Education, pursuant to H. R. Res. 63 ["Authorizing a study by the Committee on Education of the effect of certain war activities on colleges and universities" (John McCormack - Massachusetts)]. 

b. Correspondence - Representative Graham A. Barden, Committee on Education and Labor.

F 83: Education and Labor, Committee on (1951).  Education:  Federal Aid to Education (H. R. 3180).

Correspondence re H. R. 3180 ["To establish an independent Federal Education Agency in the Federal Government and to define its organization, power and duties, and for other purposes" (Charles E. Potter - Michigan)].

F 84: Education and Labor, Committee on (1951-1952).  Education:  General.

Correspondence and clipping.

F 85: Education and Labor, Committee on (1951).  Education:  Impacted Area Aid (H. R. 5411).

Correspondence re H. R. 5411 ["To amend Public Laws Nos. 815 and 874 of the Eighty-first Congress with respect to schools in critical defense housing areas, and for other purposes" (Graham A. Barden - North Carolina)].

F 86: Education and Labor, Committee on (1952).  Education:  Indian Children (H. R. 8145).

Correspondence from the Oklahoma State Department of Public Instruction re H. R. 8145 ["To improve and extend the duration of Public Law 874 of the Eighty-first Congress, to extend the period during which appropriations may be made to pay entitlements under the title II of Public Law 815 of the Eighty-first Congress, to provide temporary supplementary aid for schools in critical defense housing areas, to make grants to States to assist distressed school districts in construction of urgently needed school facilities, and for other purposes" (Cleveland M. Bailey - West Virginia)].

F 87: Education and Labor, Committee on (1952).  Education:  Library Services.

Correspondence with Gaston Litton, Archivist of the University of Oklahoma and Joe B. Thompson, Oklahoma State Senator.

F 88: Education and Labor, Committee on (1952).  Education:  Library Services (S. 1452).

Correspondence re S. 1452 ["To promote the further development of public library service in rural areas"  (Lister Hill - Alabama; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; George D. Aiken - Vermont)].

F 89: Education and Labor, Committee on (1951).  Education:  School Construction.

Committee Print - Hearings before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, pursuant to H. Res. 73 ["To authorize the Committee on Education and Labor to conduct studies and investigations relating to matters coming within the jurisdiction of such committee under rule XI (1) (g) of the Rules of the House" (Graham A. Barden - North Carolina)].

F 90: Education and Labor, Committee on (1952).  Education:  School Lunch Program. Correspondence.

F 91: Education and Labor, Committee on (1951).  Education:  Surplus Property program. Correspondence.

F 92: Education and Labor, Committee on (1953).  Labor:  Apprenticeship Program (Oklahoma).

Essay:  R. M. Earley, Oklahoma State Supervisor, re Training of Skilled Mechanics.

F 93: Education and Labor, Committee on (1951).  Labor:  Coal. Correspondence.

F 94: Education and Labor, Committee on (1952).  Labor:  Coal Mine Safety:  Correspondence and Data.

Correspondence re H. R. 268 and S. 1310.

F 95: Education and Labor, Committee on (1951).  Labor:  Coal Mine Safety:  Legislation and Data.

a. H. R. 257:  "Amending Public Law 49, Seventy-seventh Congress, providing for the welfare of coal miners, and for other purposes" (Carl D. Perkins - Kentucky).

b. H. R. 268:  "Amending Public Law 49, Seventy-seventh Congress, providing for the welfare of coal miners, and for other purposes" (Melvin Price - Illinois.)

c. H. R. 280:  "To amend and reenact sections 4f, 4g, of title 30, United States Code, act of May 7, 1941 (Ch. 87, Secs. 1 and 2, 55 stat. 178), relative to the appointment of coal-mine inspectors" (Robert L. Ramsay - West Virginia.)

d. S. 1310:  "Amending Public Law 49, Seventy-seventh Congress, providing for the welfare of coal miners, and for other purposes" (Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia).

e. Information of all catastrophes according to states, 1905 to 1951.

F 96: Education and Labor, Committee on (1952).  Congress of Industrial Organizations.

Correspondence.  Includes highlights of C. I. O. legislative program.

F 97: Education and Labor, Committee on (1951).  Labor:  Equal Pay for Equal Work.

a. Correspondence re H. R. 4101.

b. H. R. 4101: "Providing equal pay for equal work for women, and for other purposes" (Edna F. Kelley - New York).

F 98: Education and Labor, Committee on (1951-1952).  Labor:  General.

a. Correspondence and clippings.

b. Statement of James E. Murray of Montana, Chairman, Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee.

F 99: Education and Labor, Committee on (1951).  Labor:  Legislation (Pre-82nd Congress).

Public Law 80-101 (H. R. 3020):  "To amend the National Labor Relations Act to provide additional facilities for the mediation of labor disputes affecting commerce, to equalize legal responsibilities of labor organizations and employers, and for other purposes" (Fred A. Hartley, Jr. - New Jersey).

F 100: Education and Labor, Committee on (1951).  Labor:  Minimum Wage. Correspondence.

F 101: Education and Labor, Committee on (1952).  Labor:  Occupational Health and Safety (S. 2325).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 2325.

a. H. R. 2325:  "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 industries affecting commerce, and for other purposes."  (Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota.)

F 102: Education and Labor, Committee on (1951-1952).  Labor:  Railroads.

Correspondence re dispute between railroad labor organizations and carriers.

F 103: Education and Labor, Committee on (1952).  Labor:  Steel Strike. Correspondence.

F 104: Education and Labor, Committee on (1952).  Labor:  Steel Strike (H. J. Res. 473).

Correspondence re H. J. Res. 473 ["To advise the President of the United States concerning the will of Congress respecting the labor dispute in the basic steel manufacturing industry" (John S. Wood - Georgia)].

F 105: Education and Labor, Committee on (1951).  Labor:  Taft-Hartley Amendments (S. 1959).

a. Correspondence re S. 1959.

b. Public Law 189 (S. 1959):  "To amend the National Labor Relations Act, as amended, and for other purposes."  (Robert A. Taft - Ohio; Hubert H.  Humphrey - Minnesota).

F 106: Education and Labor, Committee on (1951-1952).  Labor:  Taft-Hartley Amendments (S. 1973).

Correspondence re S. 1973 ["To amend the National Labor Relations Act, as amended, with reference to the building and construction industry, and for other purposes"  (Robert A. Taft - Ohio; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Harry P. Cain - Washington; Richard M. Nixon - California)].

F 107: Education and Labor, Committee on (1951).  Labor:  Wages (S. 1703).

Correspondence re S. 1733 ["To exempt certain wholesale marketers of petroleum from the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938" (Tom Connally - Texas)].

F 108: Education and Labor, Committee on (1951).  Labor:  Wilson, Charles E.

Correspondence with Oklahoma State Federation of Labor.

F 109: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (n.d.)  Committee Work.

a. Correspondence from William Dawson, Chairman of the Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Department re Committee activities.

b. Committee Print - Prepared by the Staff of the Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments, House of Representatives, July, 7, 1952.

F 110: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1951).  Congress.

Statement:  Senator William Benton (Connecticut) re ways by which we can improve the operating efficiency of Congress, before the Senate Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments, July 6, 1951.

F 111: Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Committee on (1952).  Federal Supply Management.

House Report, Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments, "Federal Supply Management (Overseas Survey)" May 23, 1952.

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