CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
LEGISLATIVE FILES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 28

Box 29: Eighty-Fifth Congress:  Banking and Currency - Foreign Affairs

F 1: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1958).  Home Loan Guarantee Corporation (H. R. 10637/S. 2791). 

a. Correspondence re H. R. 10637; S. 2791.

b. H. R. 10637:  "Creating the Home Loan Guarantee Corporation" (Albert Rains - Alabama).

c. S. 2791:  "Creating the Home Loan Guarantee Corporation" (John J. Sparkman - Alabama).

d. Statement:  re:  Proposed legislation to create a "Federal Home Mortgage Guarantee Corporation May 22, 1958."

F 2: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1957-1958).  Housing.

a. Correspondence re draft; Housing Act of 1954; Housing Act of 1958 permitting F. H. A. to insure loans to nursing homes.

b. Draft:  P. L. 345-84th. Congress Chapter 783-1st.  Session S. 2126 Title III - College Housing.

c. Bulletin:  Washington Letter.

d. Data:  "The Voluntary Home Mortgage Credit Program."

e. List:  "Eligible Areas For Voluntary Home Mortgage Credit Program Assistance."

F 3: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1957).  Housing (H. R. 6659/H. R. 7024).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 6659; H. R. 7024; Committee Print.

b. H. R. 6659:  "To extend and amend laws relating to the provision and improvement of housing, to improve the availability mortgage credit, and for other purposes" (Brent Spence - Kentucky).

c. H. R. 7024:  "To extend and amend laws relating to the provision and improvement of housing, to improve the availability mortgage credit, and for other purposes" (Henry O. Talle - Iowa).

d. Committee Print:  Summary of H. R. 6659.

F 4: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1958).  Housing (H. R. 13462/S. 4035).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 13462; S. 4035.

b. H. R. 13462:  "To amend title VII of the National Housing Act" (Toby Morris - Oklahoma).

c. S. 4035:  "To extend and amend laws relating to the provision and improvement of housing and the renewal of urban communities, and for other purposes" (John J. Sparkman - Alabama).

F 5: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1958).  Housing (S. 2995).

Correspondence re S. 2995 ["To encourage new residential construction for Veterans' housing in rural areas and small cities and towns by raising the maximum amount in which direct loans may be made from $10,000 to $13,000, to authorize advance financing commitments, to extend the direct loan program for veterans, and for other purposes" (John J. Sparkman - Alabama; Strom Thurmond - South Carolina; J. William Fulbright - Arkansas)].

F 6: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1958).  Housing (S. 3418).

a. Correspondence re S. 3418.

b. S. 3418:  "To stimulate residential construction" (John J. Sparkman - Alabama).*

F 7: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1958).  Housing (S. J. Res. 171).

S. J. Res. 171:  "To amend section 217 of the National Housing Act" (John J. Sparkman - Alabama; Homer Capehart - Indiana).

F 8: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1957).  Loan Programs (S. 2427).

Correspondence re S. 2427 ["To insure greater consistency among Federal loan programs, to avoid hidden subsidies, and to achieve more effective coordination between Federal loan programs and the fiscal and credit policies of the Federal Government" (Homer E. Capehart - Indiana)].

F 9: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1957).  National Monetary and Financial Commission (H. R. 3660).

Correspondence re H. R. 3660 ["To establish a National Monetary and Financial Commission" (Henry O. Talle - Iowa)].

F 10: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1957).  Oklahoma Semi-Centennial Coin.

Correspondence re suggested coin commemorating Oklahoma's Semi-Centennial.

F 11: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1958).  Public Facility Loan Program (H. R. 11474/S. 3497).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 11474; S. 3497.

b. H. R. 11474:  "To expand the Public Facility Loan Program of the Community Facilities Administration of the Housing and Home Finance Agency and for other purposes" (Brent Spence - Kentucky).

c. S. 3497:  "To expand the public facility loan program of the Community Facilities Administration of the Housing and Home Finance Agency, and for other purposes" (J. William Fulbright - Arkansas; John J. Sparkman - Alabama; Lister Hill - Alabama; Mike Monroney - Oklahoma; William Proxmire - Wisconsin; John Sherman Cooper - Kentucky; Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; Russell B. Long; Louisiana; Ralph W. Yarborough - Texas; George A. Smathers - Florida; Mike Mansfield - Montana; J. Allen Frear, Jr. - Delaware; Pay McNamara - Michigan; Chapman Revercomb - West Virginia; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota).*

F 12: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1958).  Small Business Loans:  S. 2920:  "To provide for small-business disaster loans in areas affected by excessive rainfall" (James O. Eastland - Mississippi; J. William Fulbright - Arkansas; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Stuart Symington - Missouri; Edward J. Thye - Minnesota; John Stennis - Mississippi).

F 13: Banking and Currency, Committee on (1958).  Small Business Loans (S. 3651).

a. Correspondence re S. 3651.

b. S. 3651:  "To make equity capital and long-term credit more readily available for small-business concerns, and for other purposes" (Lyndon B. Johnson - Texas; J. William Fulbright - Arkansas; John J. Sparkman - Alabama; Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; William Proxmire - Wisconsin; Lister Hill - Alabama; Joseph C. O'Mahoney - Wyoming; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; J. Glenn Beall - Maryland; Clifford P. Case - New Jersey; Frederick G. Payne - Maine; John Stennis - Mississippi; William Langer - North Dakota).



F 14: Congress (1957).  Accomplishments.

a. Data re present situation of various major pieces of legislation.

b. Data:  "Miscellaneous" (mainly bills and their titles).

F 15: Congress (1957).  Colleagues.

a. Correspondence re questionnaire; minutes.

b. Questionnaire:  Tabulation of total Iowa grass-roots vote.

c. Minutes:  Meeting of the 84th-85th Congress Clubs on February 26.

F 16: Congress (1957).  Committee Assignments.

a. Correspondence re desire of Carl Elliot to serve on the Committee on House Administration.

b. News Release re resolution.

c. Resolution re Elected members of the committees of the House of Representatives.

F 17: Congress (1956).  Democratic Caucus.

Correspondence re Democratic Caucus called for organizational purposes.

F 18: Congress (n.d.).  General.

Remarks CA, re Anniversary of 18-22 Members of the House.

F 19: Congress (1957).  House Document Room (H. Res. 378).

H. Res. 378:  "Fixing the compensation of the Superintendent of the House Document Room" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).*

F 20: Congress (1957).  Joint Session (H. Con. Res. 40).

H. Con. Res. 40:  "Providing for a joint session of the Congress on Thursday, January 10, 1957, at 12:30 o'clock in the afternoon" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).*

F 21: Congress (n.d.).  Membership.

a. Correspondence re booklet.

b. Booklet:  "Unofficial List of Members of the House of Representatives of the United States."*

c. Booklet:  "Information for Representatives-Elect to the Eighty-Fifth Congress."

F 22: Congress (1957-1958).  Sergeant-at-Arms.

Correspondence re Internal Revenue Service assigning to the Capitol a clerical Force to assist Members and their staffs in preparing income tax returns; Congressional Automobile Tag.

F 23: District of Columbia, Committee on the (1957).  Airport.

Correspondence re restoration of the 12 1/2 million dollars for the Washington Airport.



F 24: District of Columbia, Committee on the (19 ).  Committee Materials.

List:  "Members of the District of Columbia Committee."*

F 25: District of Columbia, Committee on the (1958).  Education.

Correspondence re hearings investigating public school conditions; District Committee report.

F 26: District of Columbia, Committee on the (1958).  Sons of the American Revolution (H. R. 9271/H. R. 9359/S. 2798).

Correspondence re H. R. 9271 ["To authorize the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution to use certain real estate in District of Columbia as the national headquarters of such society" (Howard W. Smith - Virginia]; H. R. 9359 ["To authorize the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution to use certain real estate in District of Columbia as the national headquarters of such society" (Carroll D. Kearns - Pennsylvania)]; and S. 2798 ["To authorize the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution to use certain real estate in District of Columbia as the national headquarters of such society" (Clifford P. Case - New Jersey)].

F 27: Education and Labor, Committee on (undated).  Committee materials.

List:  "U. S. House of Representatives Committee on Education and Labor" roster.*

F 28: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957-1958).  Education:  Aid to:  Pro.

a. Correspondence re hearings on bills to provide federal aid for school construction; legislation to provide federal aid to education; statement; paper.

b. Statement:  re:  Federal Aid to education.

c. Paper:  Marvin T. Edmison:  "Federal Aid to Education."

F 29: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957-1958).  Education:  Aid to:  Con.

a. Correspondence re federal aid to schools; report; article.

b. Report (The Dan Smoot Report):  "Nurturing Freedom in Education."

c. Article:  "Can You Outsmart Inflation?  If Not, What Can You Do To Stop It?"

F 30: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957).  Education:  Construction.

a. Correspondence re articles, Kelley Bill; federal aid for school construction.

b. Article:  "470,000 Classrooms Built during the Last Ten Years."

c. Article:  "Debunking the Federal Aid Crisis."

d. Report:  re:  Federal Assistance to States for School Construction (H. R. 7535).

F 31: Education and Labor, Committee on (n.d.).  Education:  Construction (H. R. 1).  Correspondence.

a. Correspondence re H. R. 1 ["To authorize Federal assistance to the States and local communities in financing an expanded program of school construction so as to eliminate the national shortage of classrooms" (Augustine B. Kelley - Pennsylvania)]; resolution [below].

b. Resolution re education construction.

c. Remarks:  Ralph W. Gwinn (New York):  "Mr. Folsom's Colossal Error."

F 32: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957).  Education:  Construction (H. R. 1).  Data.

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 1; statements.

b. H. R. 1:  "To authorize Federal assistance to the States and local communities in financing an expanded program of school construction so as to eliminate the national shortage of classrooms" (Augustine B. Kelley - Pennsylvania). 

c. Statement:  Martin B. Folsom, re H. R. 1.

d. Statement:  Steve Stahl, re federal aid to school construction.

e. Statement:  Steve Stahl, re "School Organization in Oklahoma."

f. Booklet:  "Report on the Organization of Oklahoma High School Districts."

g. Booklet:  "Who Are the Real Promoters of Federal Aid to Education ... and Why?"

h. Article:  "Federal School-Aid."

i. Article:  "School Aid Survey."

j. Article:  "More People Favor Federal Aid Then Oppose It."

k. Article:  "Public Schools and Federal Aid."

l. Article:  "Aid Need not Mean Control."

m. Article:  "Civil Rights and Aid to Schools."

n. Article:  "Needed:  School Crusade."

o. Article:  "Of All People to Oppose Federal School Aid!"

F 33: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957).  Education:  Construction (H. R. 1/H. R. 3986/S. 889).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 3986 [below]; H. R. 1 ["To authorize Federal assistance to the States and local communities in financing an expanded program of school construction so as to eliminate the national shortage of classrooms" (Augustine B. Kelley - Pennsylvania)]; and S. 889 ["To authorize a four-year program of Federal assistance to States and communities to enable them to increase public elementary and secondary school construction" (H.  Alexander Smith - New Jersey; Charles E. Potter - Michigan; Margaret Chase Smith - Maine; Frederick G. Payne - Maine; Edward J. Thye - Minnesota; Prescott Bush - Connecticut; Clifford P. Case - New Jersey; Gordon Allott - Colorado; Alexander Wiley - Wisconsin; Wallace F. Bennett - Utah; Milton R. Young - North Dakota; William Langer - North Dakota; J. Glenn Beall - Maryland; Ralph E. Flanders - Vermont)].

b. H. R. 3986:  "To authorize a four-year program of Federal assistance to States and communities to enable them to increase public elementary and secondary school construction" (Samuel D. McConnell, Jr. - Pennsylvania).

c. Data:  "School Construction Legislation."

d. Data:  "Estimated Annual Federal Allotments to States and Annual State Matching Share under Kelley Bill (H. R. 1) and Administration Bill (H. R. 3986 - S. 889)."

e. Leaflet:  "Is There a School Emergency?"

h. Data:  "How States Would Fare under Administration's School Construction Bill (S. 889 and H. R. 3986)."

F 34: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957-1958).  Education:  Data.

a. Correspondence re passage of education bill; newsletter; statement; pamphlet.

b. Newsletter:  "OEA Newsletter."

c. Statement:  Agnes E. Meyer, re "Plea for Federal Support for Education."

d. Pamphlet:  "NAACP Supports Federal Aid to Law-Abiding Schools."

e. Booklet:  "Legislative Program."

f. Booklet:  "International Education Program, 1948- 1958."

g. Newsletter:  "NEA News (March 15, 1957).

h. Newsletter:  "NEA News (March 29, 1957).

i. Remarks:  Ralph W. Gwinn (New York):  "Mr. Folsom's Colossal Error."

F 35: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957-1958).  Education:  General.

a. Correspondence re introduction of legislation to require all schools in Oklahoma to post the Ten Commandments in the classroom; statement; legislation to prevent integration by closing certain public schools; legislation to set up accelerated programs in science and mathematics; list; booklets.

b. Statement:  Oliver S. Wilhelm (President, Oklahoma State University):  "Views of Oklahoma State University on Higher Education in Relation to Education in the Sciences and Scientific Research and Development."

c. List:  recommendations for legislative action adopted as the result of a study of the Overseas Teachers Association.

d. Booklet:  "The B.V.D. Community School Improvement Awards."

e. Booklet:  "Freedom of Choice in Education."  No copy.

F 36: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Education:  Impact Aid.

a. Correspondence re P. L. 815; P. L. 874; statements; extension of legislation to assist schools in federally impacted areas; report.

b. Statement:  William G. Carr, re legislation to terminate the program of federal assistance for construction and operation of schools.

c. Statement:  R. E. Flood, re P. L. 815 and P. L. 874.

d. Statement:  Oscar V. Rose, re extension of P. L. 815 and P. L. 814.

e. Report:  "Recap of Schools Receiving over 20% of Their Expenditures Under P. L. 874."

F 37: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957).  Education:  Impact Aid (H. R. 2392/H. R. 6302/H. R. 7025).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 2392 ["To amend Public Law 874, Eighty-first Congress, relating to grants for maintenance and operation of schools in federally impacted areas, to correct an inequity" (John F. Baldwin, Jr. - California)]; H. R. 6302 ["To amend Public Law 815, Eighty-first Congress, in order to provide elementary and secondary school facilities at the United States Air Force Academy" (J. Edgar Chenoweth - Colorado)]; H. R. 7025 ["To amend Public Law 874, Eighty-first Congress, which provides federal assistance for the operation of schools in areas affected by Federal activities" (Frank T. Bow - Ohio)]; comments; statement [below].

b. Comments:  John F. Baldwin, Jr. (California) re H. R. 2392.

c. Statement re H. R 2392.

F 38: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957).  Education:  Impact Aid (H. R. 8679).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 8679 ["To provide a one-year extension of the programs of financial assistance in the construction and operation of schools in areas affected by Federal activities under the provisions of Public Laws 815 and 874, Eighty-first Congress" (Cleveland M. Bailey - West Virginia)]; communication.

b. Communication:  Oscar V. Rose, re P. L. 874.

F 39: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Education:  Impact Aid (H. R. 10490).

a. H. R. 10490:  "To extend and improve the act of September 23, 1950, and the act of September 30, 1950, which provide financial assistance in the construction and operation of schools in areas affected by Federal activities, and for other purposes" (Ralph W. Gwinn - New York).

b. P. L. 874 (H. R. 7940):  "To provide financial assistance for local educational agencies in areas affected by Federal activities, and for other purposes."  Eighty-first Congress (1950). 

c. Report re amendment and extension of P. L. 815 and P. L. 874.

F 40: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Education:  Impact Aid (H. R. 11378).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 11378; report.

b. H. R. 11378:  "To amend Public Laws 815 and 874, Eighty-first Congress, to make permanent the programs providing financial assistance in the construction and operation of schools in areas affected by Federal activities, insofar as such programs relate to children of persons who reside and work on Federal property, to extend such programs until June 30, 1961, insofar as such programs relate to other children, and to make certain other changes in such laws" (Frank Thompson, Jr. - New Jersey).

c. Report:  Oscar V. Rose, re H. R. 11378.

d. House Report 1532 (H. R. 11378):  "Extending and amending the programs of financial assistance in the construction and operation of schools in areas affected by Federal activities."

F 41: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Education:  Miscellaneous Legislation.

a. Correspondence re H. R. 10763; H. R. 13191.

b. H. R. 10763:  "To authorize assistance to States and local communities in remedying the inadequacies in the number of their teachers and teachers' salaries and the shortage in classrooms" (Lee Metcalf - Montana).

c. H. R. 13191:  "To require the Commissioner of Education to encourage, foster, and assist in the establishment of clubs for boys and girls especially interested in science" (James C. Wright, Jr. - Texas).

F 42: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Education:  National Defense Education Act (H. R. 12630/S. 3974).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 12630; S. 3974.

b. H. R. 12630:  "To strengthen the national defense and to encourage and assist in the expansion and improvement of educational programs to meet critical national needs; and for other purposes" (Carl Elliot - Alabama).

c. S. 3974:  "To provide for the reporting and disclosure of certain financial transactions and administrative practices of labor organizations and employers, to prevent abuses in the administration of trusteeships by labor organizations, to provide standards with respect to the election of officers of labor organizations, and for other purposes" (John F. Kennedy - Massachusetts; Irving M. Ives - New York; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Lister Hill - Alabama; James E. Murray - Montana).

F 43: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Education:  National Defense Education Act (H. R. 13247).  Correspondence (A - H).

Correspondence re H. R. 13247 ["To strengthen the national defense and to encourage and assist in the expansion and improvement of educational programs to meet critical national needs; and for other purposes" (Carl Elliot - Alabama)].

F 44: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Education:  National Defense Education Act (H. R. 13247).  Correspondence:  (M - U).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 13247.

b. H. R. 13247:  "To strengthen the national defense and to encourage and assist in the expansion and improvement of educational programs to meet critical national needs; and for other purposes" (Carl Elliot - Alabama).

c. Brochure:  "The Science Involved in Rocketry."

F 45: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Education:  National Defense Education Act (H. R. 13247).  Data.

a. H. R. 13247:  "To strengthen the national defense and to encourage and assist in the expansion and improvement of educational programs to meet critical national needs; and for other purposes" (Carl Elliot - Alabama).

b. House Report 2688 (H. R. 13247):  "National Defense Education Act of 1958.

c. List:  Names and Addresses of various school officials.

d. Remarks:  Albert Rains (Alabama):  "National Defense Education Act of 1958."

F 46: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957).  Education:  National Grammar Commission (H. R. 5541).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 5541; pamphlet.

b. H. R. 5541:  "To establish a National Grammar Commission to reform the spelling of English words, to publish the United States Official Dictionary, and for other purposes" (Harlan Hagen - California).

c. Pamphlet:  "Plan For U. S. Official Dictionary with Reformed Spelling."

F 47: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Education:  Salaries.

Correspondence re enactment of a finance law which would help all teachers; legislation to subsidize the salaries of mathematics and science teachers; continuation of federal aid throughout State Education agencies; H. R. 4662.

F 48: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Education:  Scholarships.

a. Correspondence re American and Russian scientific education; A proposal that part of the Social Security fund be used to provide college scholarships on a loan basis; legislation on scientific education.

b. Clipping:  "Hearing Is Resumed On Scholarship Bill."

c. Leaflet:  "The National Defense Student Loan Program."

d. Leaflet:  "The National Defense Graduate Fellowship Program."

e. Remarks:  Lee Metcalf (Montana):  "Summary of National Defense Education Act of 1958."

F 49: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Education:  Scholarships (H. R. 9635).

H. R. 9635:  "To provide for the establishment of a national program of science scholarships, and to provide for the establishment of a program of loans to educational institutions to aid in providing adequate science facilities" (Jack Brooks - Texas).

F 50: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957).  Education:  School Lunch Program (H. R. 3248).

Correspondence re H. R. 3248 ["To amend the National School Lunch Act to permit junior colleges to participate therein, and for other purposes" (John J. Rhodes - Arizona)].

F 51: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957-1958).  Education:  Vocational.

a. Correspondence re legislation to authorize a Vocational Science program; feature articles in Tulsa World.

b. Article:  "Higher Math, Science School Standards South As Means of Surpassing Russia."

c. Article:  "Science Unit On F.F.A. Lines Is Advocated."

F 52: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957).  Education:  Vocational (H. R. 5465/S. 1298).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 5465; S. 1298.

b. H. R. 5465:  "To assist States in providing needed vocational education of less than college grade in essential occupations, including retraining made necessary by scientific and technological developments, through establishment and maintenance of area vocational school programs providing vocational training and retraining for persons residing in the State or area, including related instruction for apprentices" (Carl Elliot - Alabama).*

c. S. 1298:  "To assist States in providing needed vocational education of less than college grade in essential occupations, including retraining made necessary by scientific and technological developments, through programs providing vocational training and retraining for persons residing in the State or area, including related instruction for apprentices" (Lister Hill - Alabama; J. William Fulbright - Arkansas; John J. Sparkman - Alabama; Herman E. Talmadge - Georgia; Henry M. Jackson - Washington; Thomas C. Hennings, Jr. - Missouri; Frank Carlson - Kansas; John Sherman Cooper - Kentucky; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Robert S. Kerr - Oklahoma; William Langer - North Dakota; Mike Monroney - Oklahoma; Wayne Morse - Oregon; John O. Pastore - Rhode Island; James E. Murray - Montana; W. Kerr Scott - North Carolina; Sam J. Ervin, Jr. - North Carolina; Mike Mansfield - Montana; Dennis Chavez - New Mexico; George D. Aiken - Vermont; Margaret Chase Smith - Maine; Irving M. Ives - New York; Edward J. Thye - Minnesota; Frederick G. Payne - Maine; Milton R. Young - North Dakota; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; Frank Church - Idaho; Joseph C. O'Mahoney - Wyoming; John A. Carroll - Colorado; Stuart Symington - Missouri; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina; Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; John L.  McClellan - Arkansas; Alexander Wiley - Wisconsin; John F. Kennedy - Massachusetts; Charles E. Potter - Michigan; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon; Jacob K.  Javits - New York; Pat McNamara - Michigan).

F 53: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Education:  Vocational (H. R. 13241).

Correspondence re H. R. 13241 ["To provide assistance to the States for area vocational education programs, and for other purposes" (James Roosevelt - California)].

F 54: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Education:  Vocational (S. 2956).

a. Correspondence re S. 2956.

b. S. 2956:  "To amend the Vocational Education Act of 1946 in order to promote scientific education" (Mike Monroney - Oklahoma; Pat McNamara - Michigan).

F 55: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Federal Recreation Service (H. R. 4387).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 4387; resolution.

b. H. R. 4367:  "To establish a Federal Recreation Service in the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, and for other purposes" (Martha W. Griffiths - Michigan).

c. Resolution re Public Recreation.

F 56: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957).  Handicapped (H. R. 661).

Correspondence re H. R. 661 ["To establish the Federal Agency for Handicapped, to define its duties, and for other purposes" (James G. Fulton - Pennsylvania).

F 57: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957).  Handicapped (H. R. 4671).

H. R. 4671:  "To establish the Federal Agency for Handicapped, to define its duties, and for other purposes" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).*

F 58: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957).  Handicapped (H. R. 4671/H. R. 9171).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 4671 ["To establish the Federal Agency for Handicapped, to define its duties, and for other purposes" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma)]; H. R. 9171; schedule.

b. H. R. 9171:  "To establish a national committee for the training and development of selective placement personnel" (Carl Elliot - Alabama).*

c. Schedule:  hearings on H. R. 9171.

F 59: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Handicapped (H. R. 8609/H. R. 10057/S. 2411).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 8609 ["To protect the right of the blind to self-expression through organizations of the blind" (Walter S. Baring - Nevada)]; H. R. 10057 ["To protect the right of the blind to self-expression through organizations of the blind" (John Jarman - Oklahoma)]; S. 2411 ["To protect the right of the blind to self-expression through organizations of the blind" (John F. Kennedy)]; booklet; resolution.

b. Booklet:  National Federation of the Blind:  "The Blind and the Right to Organize."

c. Resolution re H. R. 8609; H. R. 10057; S. 2411.

F 60: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Handicapped (S. 1889).

Correspondence re S. 1889 ["To provide in the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare for a loan service for captioned films for the deaf" (William A. Purtell - Connecticut)].

F 61: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957-1958).  Labor:  General.

a. Correspondence re corrective labor legislation, legislation to prohibit secondary boycotts and organizational picketing; hearings for a labor union reform bill; article; letter; inflation and the budget; leaflet; booklet; newspaper clipping.

b. Article:  Donald R. Richberg:  "The Rights and Wrongs of Labor."

c. Letter:  Archei D. Gray To Fellow Employees and Shareholders of the Gulf Oil Corporation, re organized labor.

d. Leaflet:  Kiplinger Washington Newsletter.

e. Booklet:  UAW Administrative Letter (January 13, 1958).

f. Statement: John H. Cantrell:  "Labor Enlightenment."

F 62: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Labor:  Labor Reform (S. 3974).

Correspondence re S. 3974 ["To provide for the reporting and disclosure of certain financial transactions and administrative practices of labor organizations and employers, to prevent abuses in the administration of trusteeships by labor organizations, to provide standards with respect to the election of officers of labor organizations, and for other purposes" (John F. Kennedy - Massachusetts; Irving M. Ives - New York; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Lister Hill - Alabama; James E. Murray - Montana)].

F 63: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Labor:  Longshoremen's Act (H. R. 2026, et al.).

Correspondence re H. R. 2026 ["To amend section forty-one of the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act so as to provide a system of safety rules, regulations, and safety inspection and training, and for other purposes" (Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr. - Massachusetts); H. R. 10817 ["To amend section forty-one of the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act so as to provide a system of safety rules, regulations, and safety inspection and training, and for other purposes" (Albert H. Bosch - New York)]; H. R. 10960 ["To amend section forty-one of the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act so as to provide a system of safety rules, regulations, and safety inspection and training, and for other purposes" (Albert H.  Bosch - New York]; H. R. 11513 ["To amend section forty-one of the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act so as to provide a system of safety rules, regulations, and safety inspection and training, and for other purposes" (Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr. - Massachusetts]; H. R. 11515 ["To amend section forty-one of the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act so as to provide a system of safety rules, regulations, and safety inspection and training, and for other purposes" (James Roosevelt - California); S. 3277 ["To amend section forty-one of the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act so as to provide a system of safety rules, regulations, and safety inspection and training, and for other purposes" (John F. Kennedy - Massachusetts; Irving M. Ives - New York; Wayne Morse - Oregon; William A. Purtell - Connecticut]; S. 3486 [...]

F 64: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957-1958).  Labor:  Minimum Wage.

Correspondence re farming industry; public opinion to increase hourly wages; resolutions adopted by the Kiowa County Farm Bureau in opposition to federal aid to education and the minimum wage and hour law; President's budget; proposed changes in the minimum wage law.

F 65: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957).  Labor:  Minimum Wage (H. R. 4575/S. 1267).

Correspondence re H. R. 4575 ["To amend the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended, to provide coverage for employees of employers who are engaged in activities affecting interstate commerce, to eliminate certain exemptions, and for other purposes" (Augustine B. Kelley - Pennsylvania)] and S. 1276 ["To amend the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended, to provide coverage for employees of employers who are engaged in activities affecting interstate commerce, to eliminate certain exemptions, and for other purposes" (Wayne Morse - Oregon; James E. Murray - Montana; Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia; Pat McNamara - Michigan)].

F 66: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957).  Labor:  Minimum Wage:  Retail.

a. Correspondence re proposed changes in the minimum wage law; tax cut; legislation to extend coverage under the Labor Standards Act; summary.

b. Summary:  "Detailed Statistical Summary of Survey Estimating Impact on Member Hotels If They Had Been Subject to Minimum Wage of $1.00 Per Hour with Time and One Half for Time over Forty (40) Hours Based on Calendar Year 1956."

F 67: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957).  Labor:  Minimum Wage:  Telephone Exchanges.

Correspondence re proposed changes in the minimum wage law.

F 68: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957).  Labor:  Minimum Wage:  Telephone Exchanges (H. R. 2879/S. 1178).

Correspondence re H. R. 2879 ["To amend section 213 (52 Stat. 1067, as amended by 53 Stat. 1266) of title 29 of the United States Code, the same being a section of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended, so as to eliminate the exemption of small telephone exchanges from the overtime and minimum wage provisions for the Fair Labor Standards Act" (George P. Miller - California); and S. 1178 ["To amend section 213 (52 Stat. 1067, as amended by 53 Stat. 1266) of title 29 of the United States Code, the same being a section of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended, so as to eliminate the exemption of small telephone exchanges from the overtime and minimum wage provisions for the Fair Labor Standards Act" (Wayne Morse - Oregon)].

F 69: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Labor:  Pension Plans (H. R. 13507/S. 2888).

Correspondence re H. R. 13507 ["To provide for reporting and disclosure of employee welfare and pension benefit plans" (Ludwig Teller - New York); and S. 2888 ["To provide for registration, reporting, and disclosure of employee welfare and pension benefit plans" (Paul H.  Douglas - Illinois; John F. Kennedy - Massachusetts; Irving M. Ives - New York; James E. Murray - Montana; Pat McNamara - Michigan)].

F 70: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957-1958).  Labor:  Taft-Hartley Act.

Correspondence re section 14 (a) of the Taft-Hartley Act; proposal that nonprofit hospitals not be placed under the Taft-Hartley Act.

F 71: Education and Labor, Committee on (1957).  Labor:  U. S. Steel.

a. Correspondence re newspaper clippings.

b. Clippings:

1. "Steel Boost Probe Asked."

2. "Up!"

3. "Price Rise Probe Urged."

F 72: Education and Labor, Committee on (1958).  Youth Conservation Corps (S. 3582).

Correspondence re S. 3582 ["To authorize the establishment of a Youth Conservation Corps to provide healthful outdoor training and employment for young men and to advance the conservation, development, and management of national resources of timber, soil, and range, and recreational areas" (Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; James E. Murray - Montana; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon; William Proxmire - Wisconsin; Henry M. Jackson - Washington)].

F 73: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1957).  Alien Property (H. R. 292).

H. R. 292:  "To amend the act of August 27, 1935, as amended, to permit the disposal of lands and interests in lands by the Secretary of State to aliens" (Joe M. Kilgore - Texas).*

F 74: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1958).  China.

a. Correspondence re memorandum; remarks; news release; statement; Far East situation [below].

b. Memorandum re developments in the offshore island situation.

c. Remarks:  Edith Green (Oregon):  "The Meaning of the Sputnik."

d. Remarks:  Wayne Morse (Oregon):  "The Foreign Aid Program."

e. News Release:  "Confusion in the Middle East."

f. Statement:  Hugh B. Hester:  "The Dulles War?"

F 75: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1957).  Columbia.

Correspondence re granting of loans or foreign aid to Columbia with respect to state religion.

F 76: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (n.d.).  Committee Materials.

List:  Members of the Committee on Foreign Affairs.*

F 77: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1958).  Corregidor- Bataan Memorial.

a. Correspondence re booklet.

b. Booklet:  "The Corregidor Bataan Memorial.

F 78: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1957-1958).  Foreign Aid:  Correspondence.

a. Correspondence re documents on Foreign Aid; federal spending and taxing; Long-term foreign aid commitments; A cut in the foreign aid appropriations; Extension of foreign aid; newspaper clipping; Federal Aid to Education Bill; Foreign Aid Program; article; Mutual Security Program; Book entitled 100 Hours to Suez.

b. Article:  Eugene W. Castle:  "The Great Giveaway."  Human Events.

F 79: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1957).  Foreign Aid:  Data.

Statement:  John Foster Dulles (Secretary of State, re Foreign Aid.

F 80: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1957).  Foreign Aid:  Reports.

a. Report 300 (Pursuant to S. Res. 285, 84th. Congress and S. Res. 35, 85th. Congress):  "Foreign Aid."*

b. Committee Print (Pursuant to S. Res. 285, 84th.  Congress and S. Res 35, 85th. Congress):  "Administrative Aspects of United States Foreign Assistance Programs."*

F 81: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1957).  Foreign Aid:  Report:  Central America/Caribbean.

Committee Print:  "A Report on United States Foreign Assistance Programs, specifically the Central America And The Caribbean Area."  (By James Minotto).

F 82: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1957).  Foreign Aid:  Report:  South Asia.

Committee Print:  "A Report on United States Foreign Assistance Programs, specifically South Asia (Afghanistan, Pakistan, India and Ceylon) (By Dr. Lewis Webster Jones, President of Rutgers University).*

F 83: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1958).  Foreign Aid (H. R. 12181).

Correspondence re H. R. 12181 ["To amend further the Mutual Security Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes" (Thomas E. Morgan - Pennsylvania).

F 84: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1958).  General Correspondence.

a. Correspondence re pamphlet; address; foreign policy.

b. Pamphlet:  "New Perspectives in Foreign Policy."

c. Address:  Raymond W. Miller:  "We Funny Methodists."

d. Clipping:  "Dem Warns Ike He Must Take Lead."

e. Leaflet:  "War!  With Whom?  For What?  For Whom?  On Whose Say-so?"

F 85: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1957).  Middle East.  Correspondence.

a. Correspondence re President's request for authority in the Far East and in the Middle East; cut in taxes and the budget; clippings; statement; articles; Communism; Communist Leaders; publication in the Day-Jewish Journal on Israel's Independence Day, May 6.

b. Statement:  CA, re Israel situation.

c. Clippings:

1. "New Plan For Middle East."

2. "U.S.A's Too Little, Too Late."

3. "U. N. Secretary Against Punishment of Israel/ Egypt's Verbal 'No Hostility' Pledge Not Enough for Withdrawal, Eban Says."

4. "The U.N. Is Tough - On Some."

d. Article:  "How Israel Lost the World`s Sympathy."  Israel Speaks.

h. Article:  "How Israel Regained the World's Sympathy."  Jerusalem Post.

F 86: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1957).  Middle East.  Correspondence and Data.

a. Correspondence re article; remarks.

b. Article:  "Organizations/Dollars For Israel."

c. Remarks:  James P. Richards (South Carolina):  "Dangers for the United States in the Middle-East Crisis."

d. Remarks:  CA, re Crisis in Middle East.

e. Remarks:  CA, re Israel situation.

f. Presidential Address:  "Middle East Situation."

g. List:  Members of Congress and others, who are invited to a Dinner given by His Majesty, King Saud Al Saud of Saudi Arabia, in honor of the President of the United States, Dwight David Eisenhower.

F 87: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1957).  Middle East.  Correspondence and Data:  Mideast Settlement Committee.

a. Correspondence re plans and proposals; Middle East problems; letter to Robert Murphy; retirement of U. S. Savings Bonds as an extension to proposals.

b. Plan and Proposals (General):  A World Development Corporation (Quasi-Government).*

c. Proposals:  "World Peace Bonds."*

d. Letter To Robert Murphy (Deputy Under Secretary of State) re:  The World Development Corporation.

e. Data:  (In Reply To) "The Memorandum Prepared In The State Department Commenting On:  The Plans And Proposals Submitted By the Mideast Settlement Committee."

f. Clippings:

1. "Riches of Sahara May Aid France."

2. "Amazon Jungle of Peru Is Sit of Oil Discovery."

3. "New Uranium Source."

4. "Egypt Plans To Reclaim Desert Area."

5. "U.S. Interstate Acquire Control of British Gold Concern in Brazil."

F 88: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1958).  Nuclear Tests.

Correspondence re public opposition to the testing of nuclear weapons.

F 89: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1957).  Prisoners-of-War (H. Con. Res. 23/H. Con. Res. 103/H. Con. Res. 109).

a. Correspondence re H. Con. Res. 23; H. Con. Res.  103; H. Con. Res. 109.

b. H. Con. Res. 23:  "To express the sense of Congress with respect to the return of 450 American prisoners of war who have not been accounted for by the Communists" (Thomas J. Lane - Massachusetts).

c. H. Con. Res. 103:  "To express the sense of Congress with respect to the return of 450 American prisoners of war who have not been accounted for by the Communists" (Usher L. Burdick - North Dakota).

d. H. Con. Res. 109:  "To express the sense of Congress with respect to the return of 450 American prisoners of war who have not been accounted for by the Communists" (Gardner R. Withrow - Wisconsin).

F 90: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1957).  Prisoners-of-War (H. Res. 292).

a. Correspondence re H. Res. 292.

b. H. Res. 292:  "To express the sense of the House of Representatives with respect to the return of, or a satisfactory accounting for, the 450 American prisoners of war who were taken prisoner by the Communists" (Clement J. Zablocki - Wisconsin).*

c. House Report 705 (H. Res. 292):  "Expressing the Sense of the Congress with Respect to 450 American Prisoners of War Taken Prisoner by the Communists."*

F 91: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1958).  Russia.

a. Correspondence re article.

b. Article:  "Suicide at the Summit:  Why Top-Level Conferences Are Always Disastrous."

c. Message:  N. S. Khrushchev's Message to Dwight D. Eisenhower

d. Resolution:  U. S. S. R. Supreme Soviet:  "Soviet Union's Unilateral Cessation of Atomic and Hydrogen Weapon Tests."

e. Resolution:  U. S. S. R. Supreme Soviet re atomic and rocket weapons.

F 92: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1957).  Status of Forces.

a. Correspondence re legislation to give the three military secretaries sole responsibility for turning over GI's to foreign courts; editorial; cartoon; American troops being tried in foreign countries.

b. Editorial:  "Subject to Alien Laws."

c. Cartoon:  "That's a Letter from a Constituent Who Doesn't Ask for Anything."

d. American Legion Magazine.

F 93: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1957).  Status of Forces Treaty (H. J. Res. 16).

Correspondence re H. J. Res. 16 ["Providing for the revision of the Status of Forces Agreement and certain other treaties and international agreements, or the withdrawal of the United States from such treaties and agreements, so that foreign countries will not have criminal jurisdiction over American Armed Forces personnel stationed within their boundaries" (Frank T. Bow - Ohio)].

F 94: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1957).  University of the Americas.

Correspondence re appropriation of funds for the establishment of the University of the Americas as a federal institution.

F 95: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1957).  Yugoslavia.  Correspondence re proposed visit of Tito.

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