CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
Boxes 1-27 and Scrapbooks
BOX 1: Memorabilia.
- Campaign bumper stickers.
- Campaign pencil.
- Speaker Albert tie clasp.
- Marbles from Pat Schroeder "How to become a Republican."
- Pin, "Enough Is Enough Rolling Thunder."
- Pin, Junior American Citizens.
- Moon Planet flag.
- Host badge from the Bicentennial Oklahoma Day festivities held Oct 1, 1976.
- Carl Albert campaign posters.
- Carl Albert State College Hall of Fame medal with blue ribbon.
- Pin, "Official Party President Truman's Train Oklahoma Sept. 28 and 29, 1948."
- American League of Professional Baseball Clubs 1973 Guest Pass.
- Pin, Scissor-tailed Flycatcher.
- Campaign “Pick Senator Gene Stipe” Pick-A-Dent.
- East Central State College Alumni window sticker.
- Billfold in process featuring Carl Albert and Capitol made by Richard Cook.
- Styrofoam egg carton filled with ping pong balls drawn with a frowning face. Each ball is labeled with the name of a serviceman and the note in the lid of the carton reads “Here is your dozen forget-me-nots.” 
- Pin reading “Support America Fly Pan Am.” 
- Bumper sticker reading “NUTS to BUTZ.” 
- Bumper sticker with a drawing of a rocket and text reading “SPACE IS THE PLACE.” 
- Rubber stamp reading “Support PAN AM, YOUR U.S. AIRLINE.” 
- Small booklet “Inequities Program: Agreements Between Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation and the United Steelworkers of America CIO.” 
- Small rock wrapped in paper with a typed note referring to the Nixon impeachment, "He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone. John 8:7" 
- Three wooden nickles each with a different message protesting big business, control of the free press, and railroad subsidies. 1975.
- Souvenir memorabilia from Richard Nixon Inauguration, January 20, 1973: menu from the House Restaurant, tickets to the inauguration ceremony, tickets to the Inaugural
Youth Ball, napkin, “The Spirit of ‘76" inaugural guide, inauguration ceremonies program, inauguration invitation, and photo prints of Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew. Donated by Norman resident Jim Dembowski who worked for U.S. Rep. Walter Flowers (D-AL) at the time of the inauguration.
BOX 2: Memorabilia.
Wooden plaque, "The Honorable Carl Albert from his Murray County friends made at OSD."
BOX 3: Memorabilia and Miscellaneous.
- Pennant souvenir of Washington, D.C.
- Scrapbook from the Friends of Carl Albert "Majority Leader Carl Albert Research Fellowship Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital" (December 9, 1962).
- United States Capitol Restoration of West Central Front: Feasibility and Cost Study (January 1971).
- Packet of material, "United States and France: The First Alliance."
- Scrapbook "Happy Birthday Carl Albert from Carl Albert Junior High, 1974."
BOX 4: Memorabilia.
Wooden chest: includes medals and citation from president of Philippines conferring the Ancient Order of Sikatuna on Carl Albert.
BOX 5: Memorabilia.
- Plaque-decking from battleship Oklahoma.
- Plaque from the Korean Amateur Baseball Association, (September 1974).
- Plaque, "Century Member Boy Scouts of America."
- Plaque, invitation of Julian Rothbaum to 1972 Carl Albert Award.
- Plaque from Ken and Gail Brown.
- Plaque from the National Rifle Association.
- License plate, "Carl Albert Titans."
BOX 6: Certificates.
- Certificate of nomination as the Democratic nominee for Congress, 3rd District (August 26, 1946).
- Certificate of nomination as the Democratic nominee for Congress, 3rd District (July 6, 1948).
- Certificate of nomination as the Democratic nominee for Congress, 3rd District (July 17, 1954).
- Certificate of nomination as the Democratic nominee for Congress, 3rd District (September 1, 1958).
- Certificate of nomination as the Democratic nominee for Congress, 3rd District (May 9, 1960).
- Certificate of nomination as the Democratic nominee for Congress, 3rd District (March 13, 1962).
- Certificate of nomination as the Democratic nominee for Congress, 3rd District (March 1964).
- Certificate of nomination as the Democratic nominee for Congress, 3rd District (September 8, 1970).
- Certificate of nomination as the Democratic nominee for Congress, 3rd District (August 1972).
- Certificate of nomination as the Democratic nominee for Congress, 3rd District (September 2, 1974).
- Certificate of election to Congress, 3rd District (November 2, 1948).
- Certificate of election to Congress, 3rd District (November 13, 1954).
- Certificate of election to Congress, 3rd District (November 19, 1956).
- Certificate of election to Congress, 3rd District (November 6, 1962).
- Certificate of election to Congress, 3rd District (November 9, 1970).
- Certificate of election to Congress, 3rd District (November 15, 1974).
- Certificate of Commission as Kentucky Colonel from the Commonwealth of Kentucky (1971).
- Certificate of Resolution on the Deaths of Soviet Cosmonauts.
- Pencil drawing of Carl Albert by Gene Bonini, Jr. from photo from Time article “The Coming Battle between the President and Congress” (1971).
BOX 7: Biographical Newspapers.
F1 - Biographical newspapers on Carl Albert (1910 - 1969).
F2 - Biographical newspapers on Carl Albert (1970).
F3 - Biographical newspapers on Carl Albert (1971).
F4 - Biographical newspapers on John Brademas (1966).
F5 - Biographical newspapers on John S. Monagan (n.d.).
BOX 8: Biographical Newspapers.
F1 - Biographical newspapers on Carl Albert (1972).
F2 - Biographical newspapers on Carl Albert (1973).
F3 - Biographical newspapers on Carl Albert (1974).
F4 - Biographical newspapers on Carl Albert (1975).
F5 - Biographical newspapers on Carl Albert (1976).
F6 - Biographical newspapers on Nick Begich (1973).
F7 - Biographical newspapers on Fred Harris (1970 - 1972).
F8 - Biographical newspapers on Wilbur Mills (1971).
F9 - Biographical newspapers on Lyndon B. Johnson (n.d.).
F10 - Biographical newspapers on Harry Truman (n.d.).
BOX 9: Campaign Newspapers.
F1 - Campaign newspapers (1944 - 1946).
F2 - Campaign newspapers (1947 - 1949).
BOX 10: Campaign Newspapers.
F1 - Campaign newspapers (1950 - 1951).
F2 - Campaign newspapers (1952).
BOX 11: Campaign Newspapers.
F1 - Campaign newspapers (1953 - 1954).
F2 - Campaign newspapers (1956).
F3 - Campaign newspapers (1957 - 1958).
BOX 12: Campaign Newspapers.
F1 - Campaign newspapers (1960 - 1964).
F2 - Campaign newspapers (1965 - 1967).
BOX 13: Campaign Newspapers.
F1 - Campaign newspapers (1968).
F2 - Campaign newspapers (1968).
F3 - Campaign newspapers (1968).
F4 - Campaign newspapers (1968).
BOX 14: Campaign Newspapers.
F1 - Campaign newspapers (1969 - 1970).
F2 - Campaign newspapers (1971 - 1972).
F3 - Campaign newspapers (1973 - 1976).
BOX 15: Departmental Newspapers.
F1 - Agriculture.
F2 - Commerce.
F3 - Defense.
F4 - Interior.
F5 - Miscellaneous.
F6 - Social Services including Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO); Housing and Urban Development (HUD); Health, Education and Welfare (HEW).
F7 - State Department.
F8 - Veterans; National Guard.
BOX 16: Departmental.
F1-2 - Agriculture.
- Membership list of Red River Valley Rural Electric Association, Marietta, OK.
- United States Department of Agriculture Statistical Handbook on Wheat (May 1949).
- Oklahoma Poultry Show Awards (1948).
- Statistics on Production of Wheat, Peanuts, Corn, Cotton.
- Analysis of Program Results.
- Product Marketing Administration Data.
- Oakman extension waterworks improvement.
- Brazil water treatment plant.
- Forrest Heritage Center.
F3 - Defense.
- 1958 Voting information chart.
- Press release on "Johnston Committee."
- Department of Army Estimated Civilian Personnel Losses, (November 1, 1949).
- Notice of Public Hearing on Lake Texoma, (January 16, 1950).
- Headquarters District of Columbia Military District, Training Memorandum Number 4 (September 15, 1950).
- Department of Defense Press Release, Korean War dead (May 12, 1951).
- Publicity Roster of Officer Cadets.
- Notice of Public Hearing on Denison Reservoir and the Red River Basin (August 29, 1952).
- Petition from landowner opposition to Ft. Sill expansion.
- Petition from Wichita Landowner Association opposing extension of Ft. Sill's boundaries.
F4 - Department of Interior: Indian Claims.
- Contracts for legal services between James E. Curry and Fort Peck Indians.
- Bill restricting lands of Five Civilized Tribes.
- Estimated construction schedules of Southwestern Power Administration program.
- Lion's Club of Hartshorne, OK Facts about Jones Academy.
- Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 7 to extend time in which tribes may file claims before Indian Claims Commission.
- Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 19 to consolidate two area Indian Offices in Oklahoma.
- Statement of George V. Labadie supporting continuation of Federal Supervision over Osage affairs.
- Resolution by Choctaw citizens to pay salary and expenses of Principal Chief Harry J. W. Belvin.
- Resolution from Choctaw citizens for appointment of Harry J. W. Belvin as principal chief.
- Resolutions calling for a vote for Choctaw principal chief.
- Crowder City Park, Crowder, OK.
F5 - Miscellaneous.
- Petitions requesting an investigation of wages at McAlester Oklahoma Naval Ammunition Depot.
- Analysis sheet of Oklahoma Postwar Program.
- Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 13 calling for establishment of Air Academy at Enid, OK.
- Copy of Oklahoma bill "Housing Authorities Law."
- List of Genealogical researchers.
- Announcement of Civil Service Examination.
- Proposal from Poteau Chamber of Commerce for Hydrogen Plant.
- Enrolled House Resolution No. 27 asking Congress to declare a moratorium on veteran's recalled to active duty.
- United States Civil Service Commission Board of Appeals and Review.
- Defense Mobilization Organization chart.
- Guide to key Defense agencies.
- Defense Mobilization Organization.
- Enrolled House Concurrent Resolution No. 5 to reserve television channels for education use.
- Federal Purchasing Directory.
- Petition from wives of Forty-Fifth Division servicemen regarding discharges for National Guardsmen.
- Consumer's Index, United States Department of Labor.
- United States of America Civil Aeronautics Board regarding renewal of air route held by Central Airlines, Inc.
- Opposition to Central Airlines for recession of temporary exemption authority Docket No. 4489.
- Petition from Antlers Chamber of Commerce to Carl Albert asking for abolition of Office of Price Stabilization.
- Interstate Commerce Commission, Class rate investigation No. 28300.
- Department of Treasury, organization of the Bureau of Internal Revenue.
- Table of collection and expenditures.
- Bibliography of books on Korea.
BOX 17: Legislative Newspapers-Committees.
F1 - Agriculture.
F2 - Appropriations.
F3 - Armed Services.
F4 - Banking and Currency.
F5 - Education and Labor.
F6 - Foreign Affairs.
F7 - General.
F8 - Government Operations.
F9 - Interior and Insular Affairs.
F10 - Judiciary.
F11 - Post Office and Civil Service.
F12 - Presidential 1963.
F13 - Presidential 1964.
F14 - Public Works.
F15 - Veterans.
F16 - Ways and Means.
BOX 18: Legislative and Miscellaneous Series.
F1 Legislative - Miscellaneous.
- Cotton Production in Oklahoma.
- Wagner Act of 1935.
- Taft-Hartley Act of 1947.
- Flyer of the National Coordinating Committee for Trade Union Action and Democracy "Call for Action on Jobs and Employment."
- Comparison of the effects of state and federal legislation on the elimination of billboards in Oklahoma.
- Chart on Monetary Figures for Red River below Denison Dam.
- Southwestern Power Administration charts.
- Southwestern Power Administration estimated construction schedules.
- Chart on National Health Insurance.
F2 - 30th Anniversary of the McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot; Supplement of the McAlester News-Capital.
BOX 19: General Newspapers.
F1 - Agnew, Spiro T.
F2 - American Revolution Bicentennial, 1776 - 1976.
F3 - Architect of the Capitol: Flag Requests.
F4 - Brezhnev, Leonid I.
F5 - Campus Unrest.
F6 - Capitol Hill.
F7 - Carl Albert Day.
F8 - Central Airlines.
F9 - Colleagues.
F10 - Communism.
F11 - Congratulations.
F12 - Congress (87th).
F13 - Congress (92nd).
F14 - Congress of American Industry.
F15 - Congressional Record.
F16 - Cotton.
F17 - Dams.
F18 - Democratic Central Committee of Oklahoma.
F19 - Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
F20 - Democratic National Committee.
F21 - Democratic National Party.
F22 - Drug Abuse.
F23 - Education.
BOX 20: General Newspapers.
F1 - Ford, Gerald R.
F2 - Foreign Affairs.
F3 - Highways.
F4 - Impeachment.
F5 - Industry in Oklahoma.
F6 - Industry in Oklahoma: Ardmore.
F7 - Industry in Oklahoma: Duncan.
F8 - Industry in Oklahoma: Durant.
F9 - Industry in Oklahoma: Hartshorne.
F10 - Industry in Oklahoma: Idabel and Valliant.
F11 - Industry in Oklahoma: McAlester.
F12 - Industry in Oklahoma: McCurtain County-Weyerhaeuser.
BOX 21: General Newspapers.
F1 - Industry in Oklahoma: Poteau.
F2 - Industry in Oklahoma: Seminole.
F3 - Japan.
F4 - Jones Academy.
F4B - Kennedy, John F.: Assassination and Warren Commission.
F5 - Korean Visit.
F6 - Labor.
F7 - Latin America.
F8 - Lists.
F9 - MacArthur, Douglas.
F10 - Majority Leader.
F11 - March of Dimes.
F12 - Miscellaneous.
F13 - Nixon, Richard, M.
F14 - Oklahoma, General.
F15 - Oklahoma Colleges, General.
F16 - Oklahoma Heritage Association.
F17 - Oklahoma Highway Commission.
F18 - Oklahoma Highway Department.
BOX 22: General Newspapers.
F1 - Oklahoma Industrial Development and Park Department.
F2 - Oklahoma Politics.
F3 - Oklahoma State University.
F4 - Organization of the American States.
F5 - Personal.
F6 - Politics.
F7 - Powell, Adam C.
F8 - President John F. Kennedy's visit to Big Cedar.
F9 - Press and Publications.
F10 - Publicity.
F11 - Racism.
F12 - Railroad Strike.
F13 - Rayburn, Sam - Sam Rayburn Library.
BOX 23: General Newspapers.
F1 - Reapportionment.
F2 - Reference.
F3 - Religion.
F4 - Sinclair, Florene R.
F5 - Sinclair Plan.
F6 - Sinclair, Ruth F.
F7 - Southeastern State University.
F8 - Southern Methodist University.
F9 - Space Exploration.
F10 - Speaker of the House (pre-Albert tenure).
F11 - Speaker of the House (Carl Albert).
F12 - Summit Conference on Inflation.
F13 - Supreme Court: School Prayer Decision.
F14 - Taxes.
F15 - Thank You and Appreciation.
F16 - Vietnam.
F17 - Visitor.
F18 - United Nations.
F19 - Watergate.
F20 - White House.
F21 - Wilburton Disaster.
F22 - Willis Bridge.
BOX 24: Travel.
F1 - Argentina.
F2 - Philippines.
F3 - Korea.
F4 - Bermuda.
F5 - China.
F6 - Middle East.
F7 - Soviet Union.
BOX 25: Life magazines.
BOX 26: Plaque Presented to Carl Albert from Naval Ammunition Depot in McAlester, OK.
Box 27: Desk Calendars (1967-1979).
- Scrapbook 1964.
- Scrapbook 1965.
- Scrapbook 1968.
- West Point - photos and biographies of Carl Albert appointees.
- Scrapbook 1961 - 1962.
- Scrapbook 1959.
- Annapolis - photos and biographies of Carl Albert appointees.
- Air Force - photos and biographies of Carl Albert appointees.
- Scrapbook - presented by Basil Bigbie in 1969.
- Scrapbook - presented by Linda Deringer in 1967.
- Scrapbook - presented by Angela Ables in 1970.
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