CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
MISCELLANEOUS SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory
Boxes 1-5

Box 1

F 1-36: Magna Carta Ceremonies (1976).

Box contains various correspondence, memos, essays, lists, etc.

Box 2

F 1-4: Magna Carta Ceremonies (1976).

Folders includes luncheon and dinner R.S.V.P.s

F 5: Louis Osman Collection Catalogue (n.d.).

F 6a-c: Louis Teplitsky v. United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Compensation (1968).

F 7: Goodland Indian Orphanage, Hugo, Oklahoma (1949-1950).

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, legislation; H.R. 6535 (January 3, 1950).

F 8a-c: Willis Bridge, Lake Texoma (1952-1956).

Folders include correspondence and legislation; Oklahoma Highway Department report, "History of the Willis Bridge," February 1955.

F 9-11: Public Welfare, General (1947-1948, 1951, 1953-1955).

For the most part, these folders contain case files.

F 12-19: Public Welfare, General (1958-1967).

For the most part, these folders contain case files.

F 20: Public Welfare, General (1970).

For the most part, these folders contain case files.

F 21: Social Security, General. HEW (1964-1965).

For the most part, these folders contain case files.

F 22: Albert's remarks in the Congressional Record, 89th Congress, 1st Session, (1964-1965).

F 23: Albert's remarks in the Congressional Record, 89th Congress, 2nd Session (1965-1966).

F 24: University of Oklahoma Medical Center (1965-1966).

Joint Construction Grant Application for the Basic Sciences Education Building (1965-1966).

F 25: Letter to President Nixon (December 4, 1972).

This letter was written in Bulgarian.

F 26: Oklahoma Delegation Bills, 80th-84th Congresses (1947-1955).

F 27: Miscellaneous Public Laws, 79th-82nd Congresses (1945-1951).

F 28: War Ration Book (1943).

Box 3

F 1: Bible History Timeline: "Adam to the End of the Age" (n.d.).

F 2: "Our U.S.A." (1961).

F 3: Lockheed Aircraft Corporation (1962, 1964).

F 4: Booklets (1972, 1975).

Folder includes How Our Laws Are Made and Our American Government.

F 5: Presidential Messages, 92nd Congress (1971).

F 6: Presidential Messages, 92nd Congress (1972).

F 7: Presidential Messages, 93rd Congress (1973).

F 8: Presidential Messages, 93rd Congress (1974).

F 9: Presidential Messages, 94th Congress (1975).

F 10: Presidential Messages, 94th Congress (1976).

F 11: Securities and Exchange Commission Vacancy (1976).

F 12 Military Academies: General, 1959-1976.

Topics include preparatory schools and female admissions. Correspondents include Oklahoma Military Academy.

F 13 Air Force Academy, 1954-1976.

Topics include nomination vacancies, first class admissions procedures, admissions process, academy history, and female admissions, including two nominees.

F 14 Coast Guard Academy, 1954-1976.

Topics include academy history and admissions process.

F 15 Merchant Marine Academy, 1957-1975.

Topics include admissions process and female admissions.

F 16 Naval Academy, 1949-1975.

Topics include nomination vacancies, admissions process, and "life at the academy."

F 17 West Point, 1948-1976.

Topics include nomination vacancies, admissions process, female admissions, and "life at West Point." Correspondents include Oklahoma Military Academy.

F 18-26: West Point Honor Code Violation (1976).

Box 4

F 1: Republican Policy (1960-1962).

F 2: Confidential Memos and Lists (1963-1965, 1969).

F 3: Miscellaneous Correspondence (1946-1958).

F 4-15: Miscellaneous Correspondence (1961-1976).

F 16: Crank Letters (1974).

F 17: Democratic Congressional Dinners (1967, 1974).

Folder includes programs.

F 18: Carl Albert's McAlester High School Friends (1963-1975).

Folder includes correspondence and news.

F 19-26: Speaker Albert's Official Portrait (1965, 1972-1976).

Folders include correspondence with Reva Beck Bosone, Thomas Hart Benton, Glenda Green Youritzin, Charles Banks Wilson, and the National Portrait Gallery. There is also material on finances, the unveiling ceremony, copy of Daniel Boorstin's address, and exhibit brochures.

F 27: Pamphlet: The Office and Duties of the Speaker of the House of Representatives by Hon. Carl Albert, July 1, 1976.

F 28: "Carl Albert." Article from the Tulsa Tribune, September 18, 1985.

Box 5

F 1: Miscellaneous (n.d.).

F 2-11: Lobbying Activities; Hearings Before the Select Committee (1950).

F 12: Carl C. Ballard, Relief Bill-H..R. 3863, March 28, 1949 (1944-1949).

F 13: Ebbie Kirsche, Relief Bill-H.R. 2300, February 27, 1947 (1947).

F 14: Mildred H. Gibbons, Relief Bill-H.R. 2847, February 17, 1949 (1947-1951).

F 15: Franklin O. McGuire, H.R. 9662, September 14, 1950 (1950).

Folder includes correspondence re obtaining cemetery headstone for McGuire.

F 16: Bobby Baker (1964).

Folder includes correspondence and clipping.

F 17: Phil Weaver (1964).

Folder includes correspondence re vacancy on the Federal Trade Commission.

F 18: Earl Welch (1964).

Folder includes correspondence and clipping.

F 19: Tom E. Grace (1966).

Folder includes correspondence re Grace becoming a U.S. District Judge.

F 20: Thomas F. Johnson (1968).

Folder includes correspondence re: prison sentence.

F 21: Martin Sweig (1972).

Folder includes correspondence re parole.

F 22: John Barriere (1973, 1975).

Folder includes correspondence.

F 23: Alexander Christie (1974).

Folder includes correspondence.

F 24: Craig Magee (1975).

Folder includes correspondence re: murder trial.

F 25: Paul D. Stroop (1975).

Folder includes correspondence re: South Africa embargo.

F 26: James R. (Jim) Jones (1976).

Folder includes letter of recommendation for Jones.

F 27: Jerry Litton (1976).

Folder includes correspondence.

F 28: Larry McDonald (1976).

Folder includes correspondence re McDonald's use of the Congressional Record.

F 29: Program for Ceremony of the Conferring the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws upon the Honorable Carl Albert from Seoul National University, March 6, 1969; Address of Kyung Soon Chang (Republic of Korea) to Congress, July 1, 1969.

F 30: Christmas Cards, 1971.

F 31: Armed Forces Day Parade, McAlester, Oklahoma (1973).

F 32: Social Security, Dorothy Dillard Case (1974).

F 33: North Capitol Plaza, Plans to Remodel (1974).

F 34-39: Madison Library Building, Washington, D.C. (1965-1976).

Proposals for use by the House, letters of opposition, and legislation.

F 40-41: Office Space for the House of Representatives (1965-1975).

Carl Albert Collection Box List
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