CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
SPEECH SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 1

F 1: "The Constitution." 1927. Given at the Fourth National Oratory Contest.

F 2: "The Constitution." 1928. Given at the Fourth Annual National Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest.

Speeches, 1947

F 2b: Extension of Remarks.

a. "Brake on Housing." December 11, 1947.
b. "The One Who Told Us." November 18, 1947.
c. "Noble Foundation." December 8, 1947.
d. Remarks on rural electrification. December 17, 1947.
e. "GOP, NAM, and Inflation." December 16, 1947. Extension of remarks on H. J. R. 273.
f. "Tax Reduction Bill." June 25, 1947.
g. "Government Economy." June 17, 1947.
h. "Rural and City Delivery Service." July 24, 1947.
i. "Veterans' Legislation." June 26, 1947.
j. "Albert Opposes Cut in Farm Appropriations Bill." May 28, 1947.
k. "Income-Tax Reduction for Lower Brackets." March 20, 1947. Printed and typed.
l. "Education and Health of Indians." April 24-25, 1947.
m. "Hartley Bill - H. R. 3020." April 17, 1947.
n. "Rural Electrification Administration." April 7, 1947.
o. "Teachers Endorse School-Lunch Program." March 17, 1947.
p. "School Lunch Program." March 11, 1947.
q. "Remarks of Carl Albert of Oklahoma on the Late Robert L. Owen." July 21, 1947.
r. Statement on Appropriations for Indian Health Service. 1947?

F 3: "Anti-Subversive Legislation." 1947.

F 4: "The Role of The State Colleges." 1947.

F 5: "On Post Office and Civil Service." 1947.

F 6: "Frontiers of 1947." 1947. Standard high school speech.

Press Releases, 1947

F 7: On Legislation. 1947.

a. "Excise Tax Bill." February 1, 1947. Bill passed in the House.
b. "Nation's School Lunch Program." March 11, 1947. Debate in the House.
c. "Treasury-Post Office Appropriation Bill." March 14, 1947 Remarks on Rural Delivery Service.
d. "Social Security Act." May 1947. Appearance before the Ways and Means Committee.
e. "Knutson Tax Reduction Bill." July 10, 1947. Bill voted in the House.

F 8: Armed Services. 1947.

a. "Nominations to the West Point Academy." January 22, 1947.
b. "Visit by Admiral Albert G. Noble." March 1947.
c. "Selection of Appointees for the U.S. Military Academy." May 1947. Procedure outlined.
d. New wage scale at McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot protested. December 29, 1947.

F 9: Rural, Agriculture, Forestry. 1947..

a. "Southern Electric Cooperative at Durant." January 29, 1947.
b. "Federal Works Administration and the Town of Valliant." March 10, 1947.
c. "Quotas on Peanut Crops for 1948." June 1947.
d. "Peanut Quotas." December 4, 1947.

F 10: Indian Affairs. 1947.

a. "Indian Affairs." April 1947.
b. "Indian Affairs." May 1947. Agreement between the Department of the Interior and the Officials of the Choctaw and Chickasaw tribes announced.
c. "Indian Education." May 1947.

F 11: Miscellaneous. 1947.

a. "Office Space." January 2, 1947.
b. "Opening of the 80th Congress." January 11, 1947.
c. "Small Weekly Newspapers and Increase in Postal Rates." March 17, 1947.
d. "Representation on the Democratic National Congressional Campaign Committee." April 1947.
e. Mrs. Carl Albert's Radio Talk. April 1947.
f. "Miss Mobley Joins the Staff in Washington, D.C." May 1947.
g. "Vote of Thanks for Victory at the Polls."
h. "Weekly Report on Congress." November 17, 1947.
i. "European Crisis." November 28, 1947.
j. "Foreign Aid and Peanut Quotas." December 1, 1947.
k. "Letter to Local Newspapers."

Speeches, 1948

F 12: "Automobile Dealers." February 16, 1948. Given to the Oklahoma Automobile Dealers Association.

F 13: "Forestry." February 25, 1948. Statement before the Agricultural Subcommittee on Appropriations.

F 14: "Bill to Direct the Secretary of Agriculture to Convey Certain Lands to the State of Oklahoma." March 3, 1948.

a. Speech on the Bill. May 21, 1948.
b. Copy of the Bill.

F 14b: "Proof of Age for Qualification Under Old Age Assistance Statutes and Other Federal Laws." March 12, 1948.

a. Extension of Remarks, typed.
b. Speech about H.R. 3363. n.d.

F 15: "Sequoyah and Will Rogers." May 30, 1948. Delivered on Memorial Day.

F 16: "Resolution for the Ratification of P.L. 369." June 14, 1948.

F 17: "Radio Address. KTMC--McAlester." July 2, 1948.

F 18: "Campaign Speech." 1948.

F 19: "Experiences in Congress." 1948. Delivered before Civitan Club, Oklahoma City.

F 20: "Foreign Aid." 1948.

F 21: "Foreign Affairs." 1948. Delivered before the Lions Club.

F 22:"Oklahoma Day." 1948. Delivered in Durant, Oklahoma.

F 23:"The Republican Party." 1948. Statement made before the House Appropriations Committee.

F 23b: Extension of Remarks. 1948.

a. "A Tribute to Oklahoma Youth 4-H Clubs and Future Farmers of America." April 7, 1948.
b. Remarks on Robert L. Williams. April 1948.
c. Remarks on editorial in April 18, 1948, Daily Ardmoreite.

F 23c: Indian Affairs. 1948.

Speeches by Others, 1948

F 24: "Valedictory of Senator Hawkes," June 19, 1948, and "Who Can Preserve Representative Democracy," June 14, 1948. Speeches delivered in the Senate by Albert Hawkes of New Jersey.

Press Releases, 1948

F 25: Itineraries. 1948.

F 26: Miscellaneous. 1948.

a. "Forty Bed General Hospital in Poteau, LaFlore County Approved." July 17, 1948.
b. Application for the removal of Central State Hospital Annex in McAlester, approved. July 27, 1948. Letter from the Surgeon General.
c. "Appointment to the Agriculture Committee Confirmed." August 10, 1948.
d. "Comment on the Special Session of the Congress." August 14, 1948.
e. "President Truman's Speech in McAlester." September 8, 1948.

Speeches, 1949

F 26b: "Senator Gore was a Great Orator, a Great Statesman, and a Great Man." March 16, 1949. Extension of remarks.

F 27: "Federal Government." November 30, 1949. Given to the Ardmore High School students.

F 28: "Fascism and Democracy." 1949.

F 29: "Jackson-Jefferson Day." 1949. Delivered in McAlester, Oklahoma.

F 30: "The Stake of the Federal Government in the Material and Human Resources of Oklahoma." 1949.

F 30b: Extension of Remarks. 1949.

a. Remarks on "Why Democracy Works," by William Johnson. June 1949.
b. Remarks on June 1949 article in REA Progress.

Press Releases, 1949

F 31: Armed Services. 1949.

a. Vacancy in the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. 1949.
b. Vacancy in the Naval Academy at Annapolis. 1949.

F 32:Rural, Agricultural. 1949.

a. "Subcommittee Assignment." February 11, 1949.
b. "Peanut Quota Program." March 12, 1949.
c. "National Forest Service." March 21, 1949.
d. "National Forest Service and Its Benefits." March 22, 1949.
e. "Peanut Acreage." July 1949.
f. "Peanut Acreage." July 1949.
g. "Peanut Acreage." August 3, 1949.
h. "Peanut Acreage." August 31, 1949.
i. "Department of Agriculture's Flood Control Survey of the Red River Watershed." 1949.
j. "Rural Electrification." 1949.
k. "Rural Electrification." 1949. Approval of a loan.

F 33:Indian Affairs. 1949.

a. "Indian Affairs." July 2, 1949.
b. "Indian Affairs." November 7, 1949.

F 34: Miscellaneous. 1949.

a. "Elected Chairman of the Oklahoma Congressional Delegation." January 7, 1949.
b. "Commodity Credit Corporation." 1949.
c. "Appointment to a Select Committee to Investigate Lobbying." 1949.

Speeches, 1950

F 35: "Campaign Speech." September 30, 1950. Delivered in Pittsburg County, Oklahoma.

F 36: "Agriculture." October 16, 1950. Delivered to the Oklahoma Farm Bureau.

F 37: "Agriculture." November 14, 1950. Delivered in Durant, Oklahoma.

F 38: "Foreign Relations-Eighty-first Congress." 1950.

F 39: "Junior Colleges and Decentralized Education." 1950. Delivered at Eastern Oklahoma A & M College, Wilburton, Oklahoma.

F 40: "The Library of Congress." 1950. Delivered on the 150th Anniversary of the Library in Washington, D.C.

F 41: "Campaign Speech." 1950. Delivered in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

F 42: "Campaign Speech." 1950.

Press Releases, 1950

F 43: Armed Services. 1950.

a. "Nomination to U.S. Military Academy." January 18, 1950.
b. "Army Civil Functions Appropriations Bill." January 26, 1949.

F 44: Rural, Agricultural. 1950.

a. "Bill Introduced to Amend Cotton Law." January 4, 1950.
b. "Cotton Quota Laws." February 3, 1950.
c. "Roads and Trails." February 11, 1950.
d. "Cotton Marketing Quotas and Acreage Allotments. H.J. Res. 398." February 1950.
e. "Letter." March 20, 1950.

F 45: Indian Affairs. 1950.

a. "Indian Lands." March 14, 1950.
b. "Hearing on H.R. 6515, a Bill on Indian Affairs." March 16, 1950. Statement.
c. "H.R. 6209, a Bill on Indian Affairs." June 5, 1950.
d. "H.R. 6209." September 5, 1950.

F 46: Miscellaneous. 1950.

a. "Census." January 3, 1950.
b. "Bus and Industry." March 3, 1950. Statement before the Ways and Means Committee.
c. "Statement on Renomination." May 15, 1950.
d. "Oklahoma State Tuberculosis Sanatorium at Talihina." June 30, 1950.
e. "Oklahoma Automatic Telephone Company in Kiowa, Oklahoma. September 26, 1950.

Speeches, 1951

F 47: Miscellaneous. 1951.

a. "Address." January 18, 1951. Speech made at Lake Murray dinner honoring Johnston Murray and Fred Gurley.
b. "Radio Address." June 4, 1951.

F 48: "Oklahoma Farm Bureau." November 8, 1951. Delivered to the Bureau.

F 49: "Conference of Federated Women's Clubs. Madill, Oklahoma." November 10, 1951.

F 50: "Commencement." 1951. General graduation speech.

F 51: "Commencement." 1951.

Press Releases, 1951

F 52: Armed Services. 1951.

a. "Selective Service System." April 1951.
b. "G.I. Benefits." October 11, 1951.
c. "Wage Increases at the U.S. Naval Ammunition Depot in McAlester." December 18, 1951.
d. "Wage Increases at the U.S. Naval Ammunition Depot in McAlester." December 19, 1951.

F 53: Rural, Agricultural, Forests. 1951.

a. "Farmers and the Cost of Living." January 29, 1951.
b. "Eufaula Dam." April 14, 1951. Single dam project approved.
c. "Loans to Farmers." May 14, 1951.
d. "Cattle Prices." May 17, 1951.
e. "Import of Peanuts." July 14, 1951. Amendment to the Defense Production Act adopted by the House.

F 54: Indian Affairs. 1951.

a. "Choctaw-Chickasaw Per Capita Payment." February 7, 1951.
b. "Choctaw Per Capita Payment." October 8, 1951; October 20, 1951.

F 55: Miscellaneous. 1951.

a. "Social Security Laws." February 3, 1951.
b. "State League of Young Democrats of Oklahoma Placed on Mailing List." March 9, 1951.
c. "Statement Before the Senate Committee Investigating Ethical Standards in Government."July 9, 1951.
d. "Itinerary for the Week." November 27, 1951.
e. "Itinerary for the Week." December 4, 1951.

Speeches, 1952

F 56: "Communism." September 29, 1952. Delivered before the Rotary Club, Oklahoma.

F 57: "Election Campaign." November 3, 1952. Delivered in the Third Congressional District, Oklahoma.

F 58: "Kerr Nomination." 1952. Address given to the Democratic Party National Convention.

Press Releases, 1952

F 59: Legislation and Legislators. "McCormack Amendment." May 17, 1952.

F 60: Rural, Agricultural. 1952.

a. "Crops in the Third Congressional District." January 9, 1952.
b. "Counties in the Third Congressional District Declared as Disaster Areas." January 22, 1952.
c. "Peanuts and the Loan Program." March 1, 1952.
d. "H.R. 6773." May 5, 1952.
e. "Loan for the Kiamichi Electric Cooperatives." November 24, 1952.

F 61: Indian Affairs. 1952.

a. "Blevin's Re-appointment as the Choctaw Indian Chief." October 29, 1952.
b. "Announcement Seeking the Enactment of Three Bills on Indian Affairs." December 1952.
c. A handwritten draft of a statement on "Indian Rehabilitation" presented during committee hearings.
d. "Remarks on Indian Affairs."

F 62: Itineraries. 1952.

Speeches, 1953

F 63: "Vocational Rehabilitation Program." May 25, 1953.

F 64: "Election Campaign." September 21, 1953. Delivered before the Democratic Club, Hugo, Oklahoma.

F 65: "Effects of Drouth." 1953.

F 65b: "Memorial in Congress." [1953].

Tribute to members of Congress who had died in the past year.

Press Releases, 1953

F 66: Legislation and Legislators. 1953.

a. "Committee Appointment." January 26, 1953.
b. "Nominated Majority Whip in the House." January 1953.
c. A short biographical sketch.
d. Hale Boggs of Louisiana named Deputy Democratic Party whip.

F 67: Rural, Agricultural. 1953.

a. "Price Supports." February 12, 1953. Remarks made in the House on the Secretary of Agriculture's Speech. Address by the Secretary attached.
b. "Agriculture Department Appropriations Bill." April 1, 1953.
c. "Codification of Laws Relative to Cooperative Agricultural Work." April 22 1953.
d. "Cattle." June 27, 1953. Bill introduced for the purchase of low grade cattle.
e. "Emergency Drought Relief." July 3, 1953.
f. "Telegram to the Secretary of Agriculture Protesting Discrimination Against Eastern Oklahoma." September 4, 1953.
g. "Secretary of Agriculture Criticized." 1953.

F 68: Federal Lands, Grants, etc. 1953.

a. "Transfer of Federal Lands to Eastern Oklahoma A & M College." January 16, 1953. Bill introduced.
b. "Recommendations of the Hoover Commission Task Force Criticized." March 10, 1953.
c. "Legislation for the Transfer of Surplus Property." March 10, 1953.
d. "Resolution introduced in congress to Provide Federal Assistance to Oklahoma." March 15, 1953.
e. "Federal Funds Allocated to Oklahoma." March 25, 1953.
f. "Federal Land Purchase." April 13, 1953.
g. "H.R. 4505." April or May 1953. Bill introduced for the transfer of land near Lake Texoma in Oklahoma.
h. "H.R. 4505 Passed." June 2, 1953.

F 69: Indian Affairs. 1953.

a. "Indian Affairs." July 22, 1953.
b. "Statement of the Oklahoma Members in Congress on House Concurrent Resolution 108."

F 70: Miscellaneous. 1953.

a. Letter to the editor, McAlester News, McAlester, Oklahoma. January 12, 1953.
b. Letter to the Chief of United Press, House Gallery, Washington, D.C. January 19, 1953.
c. Letter to the publisher, Davis News, Davis Oklahoma. January 23, 1953.
d. Letter to the Washington correspondent, Collier's Magazine, Washington, D.C. January 23, 1953.
e. Appearance over TV station KTEN Ada, Oklahoma. April 25, 1953.
f. "Letter to the Constituents." May 11, 1953.
g. Letter from the editor, United Mine Workers Journal. July 20, 1953.
h. Letter from the Asiatic Petroleum Corporation, Washington, D.C. September 10, 1953.
i. Note of thanks on the vote of confidence given in the primary.
j. Itinerary.

Speeches, 1954

F 71: "Political Campaign." September 11, 1954. Delivered in Virginia.

F 72: "Political Speech." September 11, 1954. Campaign speech delivered in Virginia.

F 73:"Importance of Speech and Drama Training." November 5, 1954. Delivered to the Oklahoma High School Speech League, Oklahoma University.

Press Releases, 1954

F 74: Rural, Agricultural. 1954.

a. "Farm Legislation." January 6, 1954.
b. "Cotton Acreage." January 21, 1954.
c. "Flood Prevention." March 11, 1954.
d. "Drouth Disaster Relief." March 22, 1954.
e. "Relief for Economic Distress in Oklahoma." August 25, and 25, 1954. Two releases.
f. "Farm Legislation." August 31, 1954.

F 75: Miscellaneous. 1954.

a. "Letter from the Legislative Director, International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers, and the Reply." April 29, 1954.
b. Newspaper ad rates. June 21, 1954.
c. "Itinerary."
d. "Activation of the Air Force Academy."

Speeches, 1955

F 75b: Remarks. 1955. From Congressional Record.

F 76: "Record of Congress." July 17, 1955. Radio Script.

F 77: "Legislative Record: Where Do We Stand?" July 24, 1955. Radio Talk, CBS Radio Network Release.

F 78: "Agriculture." September 24, 1955. Given to the REA Meeting, Wilburton, Oklahoma.

F 79: "Sam Rayburn Testimonial Dinner." October 10, 1955.

Press Releases, 1955

F 80: Legislation, etc. 1955.

a. Appointment of Rex M. Chaney, as Administrative Assistant. January 13, 1955.
b. "Biographical Sketch of Rex M. Chaney." January 14, 1955.
c. "Fifteen Assistant Whips Selected." January 31, 1955.
d. "Old Age Assistance." March 13, 1955. Bill introduced.
e. "Invited for a Discussion of Legislative Issues by television Station, KTEN, Ada, Oklahoma." April 25, 1955.
f. "Civil Aeronautics Administration." December 26, 1955. Legislation to make the CAA an independent government agency supported. Senator A. S. "Mike" Monroney's press releases attached.
g. "Statement on the President's Veto of the Gas Bill."
h. Statement on tariff legislation.
i. Rep. Ed Edmondson's press release.

F 81: Armed Services. 1955.

a. "Army Sergeant Ernst Stroud Relieved From Overseas Assignment. March 22, 1955.
b. "State War Veterans Home at Sulphur." December 30, 1955.

F 82: Rural, Agricultural. 1955.

a. "Peanuts." January 4, 1955.
b. "Construction of Dams on Southeastern Oklahoma." January 6, 1955.
c. "Farm Commodities." January 20, 1955.
d. "Agricultural Conservation Assistance." January 20, 1955.
e. "Library Service." January 24, 1955.
f. "Drought Relief Program." January 27, 1955.
g. "Cotton Acreage." February 26, 1955.
h. "Emergency Aid." April 11, 1955.
i. "Construction of a Bridge Over Lake Texoma." June 6, 1955. Statement.

F 83: Foreign Relations, Aid. 1955.

a. "Formosa." January 24, 1955.
b. "Far East." January 26, 1955.
c. "Contracts for Coal." April 1, 1955.

Speeches, 1956

F 83b: Remarks. 1956. From Congressional Record.

F 84: "Commencement Address." July 1, 1956. Address to the graduating class, Ardmore High School, Oklahoma.

F 85: "The Communist Party and Free Masonry." October 11, 1956.

F 86: "The Stake of the Federal Government in the Resources of Eastern Oklahoma." October 17, 1956. Delivered before the Douglas Aircraft Management Club, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

F 87: "Democratic Speech." October 18, 1956. Delivered to the "Democrats of Bartlesville, Oklahoma."

F 88: "House of Representatives." 1956. Given before a Bar Association.

F 89-90: "Campaign Speech." 1956.

Press Releases, 1956

F 91: Legislation. 1956.

a. "Legislation for Emergency Financial Assistance to Farmers." June 1956.
b. "Legislation and Southeastern Oklahoma." August 12, 1956.

F 92: Armed Services. 1956.

a. "Oklahoma State War Veterans Home at Sulphur." June 20, 1956.
b. "U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, New York." November 23, 1956.

F 93: Rural, Agricultural, Forests. 1956

a. "Government Owned Lands in Atoka, Oklahoma." January 3, 1956.
b. "Control of Predatory Animals." January 27, 1956. Statement before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior.
c. "Control of Predatory Animals." February 21, 1956.
d. "Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Act." February 11, 1956.
e. "Statement Before the Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors." April 25, 1956.

F 94: Rural, Agricultural, Forests. 1956.

a. "Library Service in Rural Areas." May 8, 1956.
b. "Ouachita National Forest in Oklahoma." June 11, 1956.
c. "Public Works Program." June 27, 1956.
d. "Soil Bank Program." July 6, 1956.

F 95: Miscellaneous. 1956.

a. "Victory Prediction During the November Elections in the House." March 11, 1956.
b. "Youth Camps and Centers." June 21, 1956.
c. "Automobile Dealers." July 2, 1956. Statement made before the House Judiciary Committee.
d. "Presidential Campaign." October 24, 1956.
e. "District Office in McAlester."

Speeches, 1957

F 95B: "Radio Script." January 20, 1957. Albert interviewed by Pat Jennings; discussion of issues of relevance to Virginia.

F 96: "Upstream Flood Control." May 1, 1957.

F 97: "The Democratic Process and Government Today." June 4, 1957. Speech prepared by William A. Coblenz of the Library of Congress.

F 98: "Functions of Leadership in the House of Representatives." June 15, 1957. Delivered before the Oklahoma Press Association.

F 99: "Soil and Water Conservation." September 1957.

F 100: "Dedication of the Post Office at Eastern Oklahoma A & M College." November 7, 1957.

F 101: "General Bill Hall Day." November 8, 1957. Delivered before the Chamber of Commerce Joint Civic Club, McAlester, Oklahoma.

Folder also includes biographical data on General William E. Hall.

F 102: "Veteran's Day." 1957. Delivered in Hugo, Oklahoma.

F 103: "Frontiers of 1957." Commencement Speech.

F 104: "The National Defense Education Act." 1957.

Press Releases, 1957

F 105: Armed Services. 1957.

a. "National Guard." January 20, 1957.
b. Veterans. June 8, 1957.
c. "Naval Ammunition Depot, McAlester, Oklahoma. July 25, 1957.

F 106: Rural and Agricultural. 1957.

a. "Farmers." June 10, 1957.
b. "Farmers." June 1957.
c. "Public Works Appropriation Bill." June 21, 1957.
d. "Multi-purpose projects in Oklahoma." June 1957.
e. "National Recreation Area." August 1957.
f. "Public Works Appropriation Bill." August 1957.

F 107: Miscellaneous. 1957.

a. Israel. February 19, 1957.
b. "Improvements in Post Offices and Federal Court Buildings." July 23, 1957.

F 107b: Clippings from District Speeches. 1957.

Speeches, 1958

F 107c: Remarks. 1958. From Congressional Record.

F 108: "Truman Dinner." February 22, 1958. Delivered in Washington, D.C.

F 109: "Future Farmers of America." March 31, 1958.

a. "Draft of Speech" prepared by John Kerr Rose from the Library of Congress.
b. Statement of Senator Robert S. Kerr.
c. Information submitted to Senator Kerr on the organization.
d. "Future Farmers of America." Reference file.

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