CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
SPEECH SERIES
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Speeches, 1962

F 1: "Speech Before the President's Summer Seminar for Students." July 17, 1962.

F 2: "National Pre-Campaign Conference." July 18, 1962.

F 3: "United Nations Peace Keeping Forces Assessments." July 20, 1962. Remarks made in the House, 87th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 4: "Vital Interests and Objectives of the United States." August 10, 1962. Delivered before the National War College.

F 5: "Vital Interests and Objectives of the United States." 1962.

Includes copy of speech prepared by Tom Kenan and an outline; copy of a speech prepared by the Library of Congress.

F 6: "Vital Interests and Objectives of the United States." 1962.

Includes addenda" on "Congo."

F 7: "New U.S. Test Ban Proposals." August 16, 1962. Delivered in the House. 87th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 8: "Public Works Bill." August 29, 1962. Delivered in the House. 87th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 9: "Agriculture." August 30, 1962. Delivered in the House. 87th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 10: "The World Needs the Truth About America." August 30, 1962. Delivered in the House. 87th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 11: "Cleve Baily Speech." September 6, 1962. Delivered in West Virginia.

F 12: "Accomplishments of the 87th Congress." September 7, 1962.

Folder also includes a statement on "Aid to India." July 12, 1962.

F 13: "United Nations Bonds." September 13, 1962.

F 14: "John Monagan Political Endorsement." October 3, 1962. Radio Talk.

F 15: "Decisions." October 4, 1962.

F 16: "John Holton, Legislative Assistant to the Speaker." October 5, 1962. Delivered in the House.

F 17: "Campaign Speech." October 19, 1962.

F 18: "Taped Message to the Third District." October 1962.

Includes copy of the message and letter sent to Senator Robert S. Kerr.

F 19: "Association of Oklahoma General Contractors." November 19, 1962.

Folder also includes invitation extended by Bill Skeith and the correspondence; information on the 87th Congress and the Oklahoma Highway and Construction Industry; copy of the "plaque" presented on the occasion and the accompanying letter.

F 20: "The Role of the Congress of the United States." December 5, 1962. Delivered before the Command and General Staff College, Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas.

F 21: "Children's Asthma Research Foundation Dinner." December 9, 1962.

F 22: "Fiscal Policy." December, 1962. Statement given to the United States Chamber of Commerce.

F 23: "What is a Newspaper." 1962. Statement given on the occasion of the "Newspaper Week National."

F 24: "Cuba." 1962. Campaign Speech.

F 25: "National Economy." 1962. Campaign Speech.

F 26: "Conference of Democratic Candidates." 1962.

F 27: "87th Congress-Major Legislative Accomplishments." 1962.

F 28: "United Nations Bonds." 1962.

F 29: "Centennial of the Morrill Land-Grant Act." 1962.

F 30: Campaign Speech Index. 1962.

Includes speeches on national defense and the European Common Market. Also has reference material on federal debt.

Press Releases, 1962

F 31: Legislation. 1962.

a. "President's Trade Message." January 25, 1962.
b. "Pleasant Petition." February 2, 1962.
c. "Department of Urban Affairs and Housing." February 7, 1962. Letter to the Mayors.
d. "Department of Urban Affairs and Housing." February 11, 1962.
e. "Big Foreign Trade Cuts Farm Surplus." April 15, 1962.
f. "Oklahoma, Nebraska Congressmen Write to OPA..." Oklahoma Publisher, June 1962.

F 32: Miscellaneous. 1962.

a. "Appointment to U.S. Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs." February 15, 1962.
b. "Peace Corps." February 22, 1962.
c. "Supreme Court Decision on Prayer in Schools." June 27, 1962.
d. Letter from the National Health Federation, Washington, D.C., requesting news letters, and the reply. June 20 and July 10, 1962.
e. "Science Committee." July 11, 1962.
f. Letter from David Koonce, Cargill, Inc., requesting newsletters, and the reply. July 9 and July 12, 1962.
g. "Possible Press Release on a Forthcoming Speech." September 1, 1962.
h. Release. "At Will Rogers Feet." April 12, 1962.
i. Letter from Don Maclean of the Washington Daily News requesting newsletters and news releases. March 16, 1962.
j. Release. To the editor of the Poteau News and Sun and Station KLCO in Poteau. Re: Urban Renewal funds for Poteau. March 5, 1962.
k. Letter from William B. Roberts, assistant editor of the Cementer, the house organ of the Halliburton Company and the reply. RE: amendments to H.R. 10, a bill which was designed to allow for self-employed persons to set up their own retirement plan. October and November 1962.
l. Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1962. RE: to strengthen the President's ability to develop national policy as it affects or is affected by science and technology.

F 33: Miscellaneous. 1962.

a. "Rep. Cleveland Bailey." September 15, 1962.
b. "McAlester General Hospital." October 31, 1962.
c. "Itinerary." November 1, 1962.
d. "National Forest Funds."
e. "Column for National Milk Pictorial on the Late Sam Rayburn."
f. "Post Office in McAlester."
g. "Miss Worthy's Visit."
h. "Letter of Thanks."
i. "President's Program."
j. "Scout Presentation."
k. "Upper Blue River Watershed Project in Southeastern Oklahoma."

Speeches, 1963

F 34: "Acceptance of Election as Majority Leader." January 8, 1963.

F 35: "Democratic Caucus." January 8, 1963. Given for the Enlargement of Rules Committee.

F 36: "Rules Committee." January 9. 1963. Delivered on the Opening Day of the 88th Congress. Congressional Record, 88th Congress, 1st Session.

F 37: "Eulogy: Senator Robert S. Kerr." January 10, 1963. Congressional Record, 88th Congress, 1st Session.

F 38: "The Political Triangle: White House-Congress-Home." January 17, 1963. (canceled speech).

F 39: "Eulogy: Senator Dennis Chavez." January 31, 1963. Congressional Record, 88th Congress, 1st Session.

F 40: "Health of the American People." February 7, 1963.

F 41: "Eulogy: James McGranery." February 7, 1963.

F 42: "Cuba." February 7, 1963. Remarks. (not used).

F 43: "Youth Employment Act." February 14, 1963. Delivered in the House on the President's Message.

F 44: "Tribute to Speaker McCormack." February 14, 1963. 88th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 45: "Committee Staffing." February 27, 1963. Delivered in the House. 88th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 46: "Civil Rights." February 28, 1963. Delivered in the House. 88th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 46b: "National Conference of Reserve Officers Association." 1963.

F 47: "Tribute to Lew Deschler" March 4, 1963.

Includes letter of thanks from Lewis Deschler (March 5, 1963).

F 48: "Committee on Education and Labor Expenses." Remarks made in the House. Congressional Record, 88th Congress, 1st Session.

F 49: "Public Opinion on Administration's Policies: U.S. News and World Report Questionnaire." March 6, 1963. Remarks made in the House. Congressional Record, 88th Congress, 1st Session.

F 50: "Eulogy: Clyde Doyle." March 14, 1963.

F 51: "Deep Fork: Army Corps of Engineers." March 16, 1963. Delivered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

F 52: "Fourth Anniversary of Hawaiian Statehood." March 18, 1963.

Includes letter from Spark M. Matsunaga, member of Congress from Hawaii (March 14, 1963).

F 53: "Recent Survey of Western European Public Opinion." March 21, 1963.

Includes material supplied by the White House.

F 54: "Tribute to Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt." March 28, 1963.

Includes biographical sketches.

F 55: "Private Utility Companies." March 28, 1963. Delivered in Phoenix, Arizona.

F 56: "Richmond Speech." March, 1963. Delivered in Richmond, Virginia.

F 57: "Wheat Referendum." April 1, 1963.

F 58: "Appropriations Budget for 1964." April 2, 1963.

F 59: "America First of America Last." April 2, 1963.

Concerned with appropriations budget for 1964, critical of a proposed budget reduction by Republicans; summary of the speech.

F 60: "Accelerated Public Works Amendment." April 10, 1963.

F 61: "The Death of the President of Israel." April 24, 1963. Remarks made in the House. Congressional Record, 88th Congress, 1st Session.

F 62: "Feed Grain Act of 1963." April 25, 1963. Delivered in the House.

F 63: "Roy Whitman." April 30, 1963. Tribute paid in the House.

Includes "Biographical Sketch of Roy L. Whitman."

F 64: "May Day." May 1, 1963. Radio talk, Choctaw County, Oklahoma.

Includes typescript; correspondence with Lon Kile, Hugo Oklahoma; letter from Director, American Bar Association, Washington Office.

F 65: "Eulogy: Mrs. Jessica 'Judy' Weis." May 2, 1963. Eulogy paid in the House.

F 66: "AFL-CIO Speech." May 8, 1963.

F 67: "Eulogy: Mrs. Nina Kay Gore." May 9, 1963. Eulogy paid in the House.

F 68: "Wheat Referendum." May 10, 1963. Radio Broadcast.

F 69: "Eulogy: Jed Joseph Johnson." May 13, 1963. Eulogy Paid in the House. 88th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 70: "ABCD Inaugural." Concerned with the McAlester's ABCD postal program.

F 71: "Tribute to Tad Walter." May 23, 1963. Delivered in the House. 88th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 72: "Eulogy: Francis E. Walter." June 3, 1963. Eulogy given in the House. 88th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 73: "Office of the Chaplain" June 28, 1963. Concerned with the Office of the Chaplain in the Senate and House of Representatives.

F 74: "Labor Day Greetings to Labor Union Members." July 9, 1963.

F 75: "Tribute to Carl Vinson." July 17, 1963. Delivered in the House. 88th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Includes letter of thanks from Carl Vinson. July 17, 1963; newspaper and magazine clippings.

F 76: "Tribute to Eugene Kinnaly." July 18, 1963. Tribute paid in the House. 88th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Includes letter of thanks from Eugene Kinnaly. July 24, 1963.

F 77: "Eulogy: Philip L. Graham." August 5, 1963. Eulogy given in the House. 88th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Includes newspaper clippings on Philip L. Graham

F 78: "Senior Citizens Village." August 20, 1963. Dedication of the Senior Citizens Village, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

F 79: "Foreign Assistance Act of 1963." August 21, 22, and 26, 1963.

Folder includes speeches made in the House captioned as follows: "Foreign Aid Authority-H.R. 7885"; "Congressional Consent on Certain Projects"; "Fourth Quarter Balance of Payments Report of Department of Commerce"; "Cuts in Foreign Aid"; "Speech for Floor Action." August 26, 1963.

F 80: "Heavener Post Office Dedication." August 31, 1963.

F 81: "H.R. 8200 (Civil Defense)" September 17, 1963. Delivered in the House. 88th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 82: "Ardmore Post Office Dedication." September 22, 1963.

F 83: "Southeastern State College." October 11, 1963. Delivered at Homecoming.

Includes data on Durant; copy of the Southeastern, newspaper. September 19, 1963.

F 84: "Eighteenth Anniversary of the United Nations." October 24, 1963. Delivered in the House. 88th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Includes a copy of a speech which was not used; letter from the Secretary of State Dean Rusk. November 5, 1963.

F 85: "Arkansas League of Young Democrats, Little Rock, Arkansas." November 9, 1963.

F 86: "Tribute to Carl Vinson." November 18, 1963. Delivered in the House. 88th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Includes letter of thanks from Carl Vinson. November 20, 1963.

F 87: "John Nance Garner-95th Birthday." November 21, 1963. Tribute in the House. 88th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Includes copy of a letter addressed to John Nance Garner along with a copy of the speech in the-House; newspaper clippings from the New York Times, November 17, 1963.

F 88: "Face the Nation." December 1, 1963. CBS Television and CBS Radio Networks Broadcast.

F 89: "Cotton Bill-H.R. 6196." Delivered in the House. 88th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record. December 4, 1963.

F 90: "Alliance for Progress." December 16, 1963. Delivered in the House. 88th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Includes editorials in the New York Times and Baltimore Sun, December 16, 1963; letter of thanks from Teodoro Moscoso, Department of State, December 23, 1963; letter of thanks from Thomas C. Mann, Assistant Secretary, Department of State. January 13, 1964.

F 91: "The Grief of Maria." (President Kennedy's Assassination) December 16, 1963. Delivered in the House. 88th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Includes letter from George O. Huey, American Embassy, Buenos Aires, Argentina. December 6, 1963, with enclosure of a column "The Grief of Maria" from the Buenos Aires Herald, Buenos Aries, Argentina and a copy of the editorial "The Body and the Spirit" from the same newspaper and the reply. December 13, 1963.

F 92: "Interview with Detroit News, Newark News, St. Louis Post Dispatch and Washington Star." 1963.

F 93: "Bryan County Teachers' Association." 1963. Delivered before the Association in Bryan County, Oklahoma.

F 94: "University of Oklahoma Press." 1963. Delivered in the House.

F 95: "Indians Recognize Edmondson's Service." 1963. Delivered in the House.

Press Releases, 1963.

F 96: Rural, Agricultural, Forestry. 1963.

a. "Wheat Program." April 1, 1963.
b. "Research at State Agricultural Experiment Stations." August 1, 1963. One copy of a "Bill." One copy of a report on "Experiment Station Research Facilities." One copy of a press release from Tom Steed's Office, joint sponsor.
c. "Drouth Aid." October 31, 1963.
d. "Broken Bow and Pine Creek Dam in McCurtain County." November 14, 1963.
e. "Eufaula Reservoir." December 4, 1963.
f. "Arbuckle Conservancy District." December 18, 1963.

F 97: Foreign Affairs and Foreign Aid. 1963.

a. "Survey of Western European Public Opinion" March 21, 1963.
b. "Chester Bowles as Ambassador to India." April 9, 1963.
c. "Foreign Aid Appropriations Bill." December 24, 1963.
d. "Action in Vietnam."

F 98: Itineraries. 1963.

F 99: Miscellaneous. 1963.

a. Letter from KGAF, Gainesville, Texas, and the reply on "News Releases." February 5, 1963.
b. "Gripes from Third Congressional District, Oklahoma." February 8, 1963.
c. "Lincoln Day." February 13, 1963.
d. "53rd Boy Scouts Anniversary." February 19, 1963.
e. "Fuel Plant at Muskogee, Oklahoma." February 21, 1963.
f. "In Capitol Office." February 21, 1963.
g. "Amendment to the U.S. Constitution." February 21, 1963.
h. "ABC News." March 1, 1963.
i. "Nancy in Washington." April 4, 1963.

F 100: Miscellaneous. 1963.

a. "Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, Oklahoma City." May 16, 1963.
b. Newspaper clipping. July 3, 1963.
c. "Celler Interview." July 7, 1963.
d. "Heavenerite's Painting." August 8, 1963.
e. "Miss Whorton in Washington." August 8, 1963.
f. "Senior Citizens Village in Oklahoma City." September 20, 1963.
g. "Request for a Statement in the Oil Daily." September 20, 1963.
h. "Senior Citizens." September 26, 1963.

F 101: Miscellaneous. 1963.

a. News Release. October 5, 1963.
b. Letter from Richard White of "The Tulsa Tribune," and the reply. November 5,1963.
c. "Conference with Congressional Leaders." December 4, 1963.
d. "Union Message."
e. "Tax Message."
f. "Abraham Lincoln Week."
g. "Elected as Speaker."
h. "Statement on Elementary and Secondary Education Bill passed by the House."
i. One copy of an article, "The Land Grant Movement" by Edward D. Eddy, Jr.

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