CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
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Press Releases, 1964

F 1: Foreign Aid, Affairs. 1964.

a."President Johnson's State of the Union Message." January 8, 1964.
b."Photograph at the Fifth Conference on International Education." March 3, 1964.
c."President Johnson's Message on Foreign Aid." March 19, 1964.
d. "American Interests in Panama."

F 2: Miscellaneous. 1964.

a."With the President." January 9, 1964.
b."Statement on the President's Budget." January 21, 1964.
c."Oklahoma`s Congressional Delegation Photographed." January 30, 1964.
d."Letter to Fred Turner, McAlester News-Capitol." February 4, 1964.
e."Appointment of W.K. (Bill) Anderson as Full-time Assistant Announced. February 6, 1964.
f."Scout Emblem Presented." February 7-13, 1964.
g. "Joe T. Dickerson Named Director of the Office of Oil and Gas." February 12, 1964.
h. "National Fallout Shelter in Southeast Oklahoma Updated." February 14, 1964.

F 3: Miscellaneous. 1964.

a."Letter to Ray O. David." March 14, 1964.
b. "Scout Jamborees in Washington." May 24, 1964.
c. "Breene M. Kerr. Welcomed." June 9, 1964.
d. "Statement on the Supreme Court's Decision on Legislative reapportionment." June 19, 1964.
e. AP news release. July 23, 1964.
f. "George J. Feldman Appointed as Advisor." August 12, 1964.
g. "Letter From the Editor, The Graphic and Reply." August 13, 1964.

F 4: Miscellaneous. 1964.

a. "Book Presented by Dr. Oliver Benson."
b."The President Invited to Oklahoma."
c."Elected as Speaker."
d."Discussion with Tome Steed on Legislative Apportionment."
e."Voter Registration Urged."
f."Meeting with a Young Constituent."

F 5: Miscellaneous. 1964.

"Exhibition of Arts and Crafts by the Handicapped."

F 6: "Proceedings and Debates of the 88th Congress, 2nd Session." February 28, 1964. Vol. 110, No. 36.

F 7: "Proceedings and Debates of the 88th Congress, 2nd Session." March 2, 1964. Vol. 110, No. 37.

F 8: "Index to the Remarks Made in the 88th Congress, 2nd Session."

Speeches, 1965

F 9: "Sir Winston Churchill." January 25, 1965. Eulogy given in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 10: "Statement on Community Development Districts." January 25, 1965.

F 11: "Vietnam." February 8, 1965. Delivered in the House. Congressional Record.

F 12: "Aid to Nasser." February 8, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 13-14: "Binai Zion, Annual Day Dinner-New York." February 14, 1965.

F 15: "Binai Zion Speech." February 14, 1965.

Folder also includes correspondence: letter from Abraham J. Multer. February 4, 1965; letter from Omar Azouni, the Palestine Arab Delegation, New York. February 15, 1965, and the reply, February 18, 1965; letter to Julian J. Rothbaum Francis Oil and Gas, Inc., Tulsa. February 17, 1965, and the reply, February 25, 1965; letter from Rabbi Mervin B. Tomsky. March 1, 1965, and the reply, March 5, 1965; letter from Herman Z. Quittman, Bina Zion, New York. March, 1965, and the reply, March 11, 1965; letter from Julian J. Rothbaum. March 23, 1965; letter from Edward Sharf, Bina Zion. March 11, 1965, and the reply, March 16, 1965; letter from Louis P. Myers, Tulsa. March 31, 1965 and the reply, April 3, 1965; letter from Julian J. Rothbaum, Tulsa. April 3, 1965, and the reply, April 26, 1965.

F 16: "Binai Zion Speech." February 14, 1965.

a. Newspaper clippings.
b. Land and Life. Vol. 20, No. 7, March, 1965.
c. Binai Zion Voice. Vol. 28, No. 3, February1965.
d. Copy of a speech delivered by then Vice President Lyndon Johnson to the Binai Zion. February 5, 1961, as recorded in the 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.
e. New York Herald Tribune. February 15, 1965; Jerusalem Post Weekly. February 19, 1965.

F 17: "Lithuanian Independence." February 16, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 18: "Sinking of the Maine." February 20, 1965. Remarks made in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder includes copy of a speech prepared by the Library of Congress; letter from Barrat O'Hara. February 20, 1965.

F 19: "Negotiated Peace in Vietnam." February 24, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 20: "Peace Corps." March 1, 1965. Tribute paid in the House to Peace Corps and Sargent Shriver. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 21: "Tribute to Clifford Davis." March 3, 1965. Delivered in Memphis, Tennessee.

Folder includes "Biographical Sketch of Clifford Davis"; "War-time Projects Aided by TVA Facilities"; copy of the "Program."

F 22: "Progress and Accomplishments of the Tennessee Valley." August 19, 1964. Delivered by Clifford Davis in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes "Tribute to Congressman Clifford Davis." October 3, 1964. Remarks made in the House by Joe L. Evins. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record ;"Tribute to Congressman Clifford Davis." October 3, 1964. Speech given by W.J. Bryan Doran in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record; two booklets on TVA entitled: Facts About TVA and A Short History of the Tennessee Valley Authority: 1933-1963.

F 23: "Statement Before the Subcommittee on Agriculture of the House Committee in Appropriations." March 10, 1965.

F 24: "Tribute: C.P. Trussell." March 31, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes thanks from the New York Times.

F 25: "Unemployment for March." April 1, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 26: 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record, Vol. 3, No. 63. April 8, 1965.

Speeches and remarks made in the House on the following subjects: "Social Security Amendments of 1965"; "Tenth Anniversary of Salk's Development of Vaccine Against Poliomyelitis"; "Legislative Program for the Week of April 12."

F 27: "The President's Action in the Dominican Republic." April 29, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes letter of thanks from the White House. May 3, 1965.

F 28: "Representative W. Pat Jennings." Delivered in Abingdon, Virginia. May 1, 1965.

F 29: "Dominican Situation." May 3, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes letter of thanks from the White House. May 5, 1965; letter of thanks from President Johnson. May 8, 1965.

F 30: "Oklahoma State Tech in Okmulgee." May 4, 1965. Remarks made in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 31: "H.J. Resolution 447: Supplemental Appropriations." May 5, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 32: "Appropriation Funds." May 5, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 33: "Birthday Anniversary and, Speeches on Correction of Record' and Additional Legislative Program.'" May 10, 1965. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 34: "Veritas Medal of Providence College." May 10, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 35: "Tribute: Charles Murphy." May 11, 1965. Tribute paid in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 36: "Appropriations for Red River Basin" and "Red River Basin." May 18, 1965. Statement given before the Subcommittee on Public Works in the U.S. Senate.

F 37-38: "Governmental Industrial Responsibility for the Technological Progress of the Nation." May 20, 1965. Delivered at the Aerospace Industries Association Meeting in Williamsburg, Virginia.

Folders also include a memorandum dated May 12, 1965; letter from the Executive Director, National Aerospace Educational Council. May 24, 1965, and the reply, May 28, 1965; letter from the Chairman and President, Curtiss-Wright Corporation. May 25, 1965; letter from the Chairman, Aerospace Industries Association of America, and the President of the Association. April 9, 1965, and the reply, April 10, 1965.

F 39: "Tom Steed Expressway." May 26, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 40: "Tribute: Ray Henle." May 27, 1965. Tribute paid in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 41: "National Democratic Dinner." May 1965.

F 42: "James E. Webb and Federal Patent Policy." June 1, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 43: "Banking and Currency Committee and the 1965 Housing Bill." June 1, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes letter of thanks from the chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Banking and Currency. June 4, 1965.

F 44: "25th Anniversary of Soviet Aggression Against the Baltic States." June 14, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes letter from Mary M. Kizis of the Lithuanian American Information Center. May 30, 1965, and the reply June 14, 1965; "Manifesto, the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of Soviet Aggression Against the Baltic States"; letter from the president, Lithuanian American Council. May 27,1965, and June 5, 1965; ."Open Letter" from the Lithuanian American Council. May 27, 1965.

F 45: "Tribute to David E. Bell." June 16, 1965. Tribute paid in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 46: "The American Apparel Manufactures' Association." Delivered before the Association in Atlanta, Georgia.

F 47: "The American Apparel Manufactures' Association Speech."

Folder includes letter of appreciation from the Assistant to the Secretary, Treasury Department. June 21, 1965, and the reply, June 22, 1965; newspaper clippings from the Atlanta Journal, dated June 18, and June 19, 1965. in box.

F 48: "Democratic Congressional Dinner, Washington, D.C." June 24, 1965.

F 49: "Our Policy in Vietnam." June 29, 1965. Statement given in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 50: "Housing and Urban Development Act." June 30, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 51: "This Nation, Under God." July 1, 1965. Remarks given at Congressional Prayer Breakfast.

F 52: "Jack Valenti's Speech." June 7, 1965. Remarks made in the House.

F 53: "George J. Feldman, Ambassador Designate to the Republic of Malta." July 9, 1965. Tribute paid in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 54: "The Voting Rights Act of 1965." July 9, 1965. Delivered in the House. Opposing the Ford--McCulloch Substitute. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 55: "Eulogy: Cleveland Bailey." July 14, 1965. Eulogy given in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 56: "Birthday, Clarence J. Brown and Gerald R. Ford." July 14, 1965. Birthday greetings extended in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 57: "The Late Adlai E. Stevenson." July 14, 1965. Eulogy given in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 58: "Rep. Lee Hamilton Rally, Freeman Field, Seymour, Indiana." July 17, 1965.

F 59: "Eulogy: Neil Curry." July 20, 1965. Eulogy given in the House.

Folder also includes copy of a letter of thanks from Mrs. Neil J. Curry. August 17, 1965.

F 60: "Economic Opportunity Amendments of 1965." July 22, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 61: "The Johnson Score Rises Higher." July 22, 1965. Remarks made in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record., p. 17351.

F 62: "Repeal of Section 14(b) of the Labor-Management Relations Act." July 26, 1965. Speeches made in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes debate in the House on July 27th and 28th on the subject as recorded in the Congressional Record.

F 63: "Alliance for Progress." August 19, 1965. Remarks made in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder includes letters of thanks from the State Department.

F 64: "Eulogy: Clarence Brown." August 23, 1965. Eulogy given in the House.

F 65: "Vietnam." August 24, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes copy of a letter from the White House. August 24, 1965.

F 66: "Task Force on Youth Opportunity." August 24, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 67: "The White House Conference on Equal Employment Opportunities." August 24, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 68: "Larry O'Brien's Appointment to the Cabinet." August 29, 1965.

F 69: "Tributes to Sidney W. Williston." August 31, 1965. Tribute paid in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 70: "Steel Industry, Labor, and the National Interest." August 1, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes New York Times clippings.

F 71: "Education." August, 1965. Address given at the Southeastern College.

Folder also includes copy of the "Program"; copy enlisting the "Manpower Training Projects Approved for Southeastern State College."

F 72: "Steel Crisis." September 2, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 73: "Emanuel Celler." September 8, 1965. Tribute paid in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 74: "John W. McCormack and Peter W. Rodino, Jr." September 8, 1965. Tribute paid in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 75: "Steel Settlement." September 8, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress,1st Session, Congressional Record.,

F 76: "India-Pakistan Conflict." September 8, 1965. Statements made in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes copy of a UPI press release.

F 77: "Arts and Humanities." September 13, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 78: "Elmer Thomas." September 21, 1965. Tribute paid in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 79: "Proposed Highway Beautification Act of 1965." September 30, 1965. One copy of a statement issued along with the Speaker and Majority Leader of the House.

F 80: "The Federal Government and Higher Education." October 4, 1965. Address given at the Annual Meeting-Convention of the Council of North Central Junior Colleges.

F 81: "Statistical Data and Discussion of the Junior College." October 4, 1965.

Folder also includes "Statistics on Oklahoma Junior Colleges"; "Junior Colleges Fact Sheet-Revised June 1, 1963; "California."

F 82: "Sugar Bill, H.R. 11135." October 13, 1965. Delivered in the House.

F 83: "Report on the Legislative Accomplishments of the 1st Session of the 89th Congress." October 22, 1965. Report presented in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 84: "The 89th Congress-A Republican View: Was Rational Debate Possible." October 22, 1965. Delivered in the House by Melvin R. Laird along with other speeches on the 89th Congress. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 85: "Republican Critics of the 89th Congress." November, 1965.

F 86: "Legislative Leadership and the Great Society." November, 1965. Address delivered at the Grinnell College, Iowa.

F 87: "Legislative Leadership and the Great Society." November, 1965.

F 88: "Legislative Leadership and the Great Society." November, 1965.

F 89: "AS&C Convention." December 8, 1965. Delivered at the convention in Oklahoma City.

F 90: "Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association." December 8, 1965. Delivered before the Association at Skirvin Hotel, Oklahoma City.

F 91: "Legislative Leadership in the Great Society." December 9, 1965. Address delivered at the School of Law, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas.

Folder also includes correspondence.

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