CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
SPEECH SERIES
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Speeches, 1966-1967

F 1-3: "National Coal Association."

Folders also include letter from Rex Chaney, June 23, 1966, and the reply, June 27, 1966.

F 4: "Veterans of Foreign Wars." June 25, 1966. Delivered before the Convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

F 5: "The 89th Congress has met its Responsibilities." June 27, 1966. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 6: "Presidential Job Rating." June 29, 1966. Remarks made in the House.

F 7: "The President Makes Clear the Role of the United States in this Generation." July 13, 1965. Delivered in the House. 89th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 8: "Carl Albert Appreciation Dinner, Sheraton Park Hotel." July 29, 1966. Dinner Speech.

Folder includes note from Rep. Sikes.

F 9: "Brown University Interns." August 17, 1966.

F 10: "National Association of Retail Druggists." September 10, 1966.

This speech was "not delivered" but instead read by Sen. Fred Harris. Folder also includes speech prepared by Edward Klebe, from the Library of Congress. August 29, 1966; notes on J. C. Cobb.

F 11: "Remarks of Wright Patman to the National Association of Retail Druggists." October 14, 1965.

Folder also includes "Testimony Presented for the National Association of Retail Druggists." August 3, 1964. Extension of remarks of Wright Patman. 89th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record; "Independent Retail Druggists in the Great Society." January 14, 1965. Delivered by Patman in the House. 89th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 12: "Major Legislative Actions: 89th Congress." A Summary of the Major Legislative Actions Taken by the 89th Congress up to September 27, 1966.

F 13-16: "Report of the House Majority Leader on the Accomplishments of the 89th Congress." October 22, 1966. Remarks Made in the House.

F 17: "Accomplishments of the 89th Congress-Second Session." October 20, 1966. A draft speech prepared by Sharon A. Congwer from the Library of Congress.

F 18: "Resume of Congressional Activity of Eighty-Ninth Congress." October 25, 1966. A resume recorded in the 89th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 19: "Report of the House Majority Leader on the Accomplishments of the 89th Congress." "Public Concern About Inflation." October 25, 1966. Results of a Nationwide Study Conducted by Opinion Research Corporation of Princeton, New Jersey.

F 20: "Summaries of Legislative Enactments Concerned with Education." November 16, 1966.

Booklet prepared by Terry Pridgen, Library of Congress, Legislative Reference Service.

F 21: "Herbert Bonner." Tribute paid in the House.

F 22: "John Taylor." Remarks made in the House.

F 23: "Robert K. Walsh." Remarks made in the House.

Folder also includes biographical sketch on Robert K. Walsh.

Statements Issued, 1966

F 24: "Statement in Support of the President`s Crime Message."

F 25: "Oklahoma State Legislature's Proposed Amendment to U.S. Constitution Concerning Reapportionment."

F 26: "Legislative Apportionment."

F 27: "Index to the Remarks in the Congressional Record."

News Releases, 1966

F 28: Legislation. 1966.

a. President Johnson's State of the Union Message." January 12, 1966.
b. "Statement given to `Oklahoma City Times.'" January 12, 1966.
c. "The State of the Union-A Republican Appraisal." January 7, 1966. One copy of Gerald R. Ford's Address.
d. "Statement in Response to Republican State of the Union Report." January 17, 1966.
e. UPI release. January 24, 1966.
f. "The President's Economic Report." January 27, 1966.
g. "Statement on the Legislative Accomplishments of the Congress." April 7, 1966.

F 29: Armed Services. 1966.

a. "Medal of Honor Award and the Family Gathering of the Late Sergeant Larry Pierce." March 6, 1966.
b. "G.I. Bill and the Veterans." March 7, 1966.
c. "Support for Vietnam." June 1, 1966.
d. "Naval Air Depot, McAlester." June 28, 1966.
e. "Salute Armed Forces Day."
f. "Appointed to Joint Philippine-U.S. Commission for Study of Philippine Veterans Problems."

F 30: Rural, Agricultural, etc. 1966.

a. "Ozarka Area Tour." January 28, 1966.
b. "Entrance Fees on Lakes and Reservoirs." March 11, 1966.
c. "Appearance Before a Subcommittee on the House Committee on Public Works." April 5, 1966.
d. "Testimony of Harold Haddock Before the House Public Works Committee." April 22, 1966.
e. "Soil Stewardship Week." May 16, 1966. Also includes a message from President Johnson.
f. "Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge." May 18, 1966. Press release from the Office of Senator Mike Monroney.
g. "Screw-Worms." June 6, 1966.
h. "Emergency Loans to Farmers." July 19, 1966.
i. "Hugo Dam and Reservoir."
j. "Export Controls of Cattle Hides."

F 31: Foreign Affairs, Aid. 1966.

a. "Resumption of Bombing in Vietnam." January 31, 1966.
b. "World Wide Coop Partners." January 1966. Additional material on the World Wide Coop and the Coop League of the U.S.A.
c. "Bombing of Hanoi and Haiphong." July 1, 1966.
d. "Asian Development Bank."

F 32: Miscellaneous. 1966.

a. "Bethlehem Steel Co. Increase in Price of Structural Steel." January 1, 1966.
b. Letter from the Office of the Vice President requesting press releases. February 11, 1966 and the reply.
c. "Community Improvement Program for Arkoma, Oklahoma Approved." February 16, 1966.
d. Newsletter from the producer NBC News, New York. February 3, 1966, and the reply February 18, 1966, on news releases.
e. News releases to the Durant Democrat. February 21, 1966.
f. "Domestic Health." March 1, 1966.
g. "Organized Crime." March 9, 1966.
h. UPI press releases on the President's Budget. March 10, 1966.
i. "Clown Greeted." March 15, 1966.

F 33: Miscellaneous. 1966.

a. "Summer Head Start Program." March 17, 1966.
b. Senator Mike Monroney's press release on "Head Start Programs."
c. "Miss Mary Lou DeFratus Welcomed" April 18, 1966.
d. "Miss Virginia Rice Welcomed." April 18, 1966.
e. "Honored by Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Ardmore, Oklahoma." April 21, 1966.
f. "HEW's Grant to Nursing Home, Durant, Oklahoma." May 3, 1966.
g. UPI press release. May 4, 1966. Also includes statement by the House Minority Leader.
h. Letters of appreciation. May 5, 1966.
i. UPI press release. May 12, 1966.

F 34: Miscellaneous. 1966.

a. "White House Photo Exhibit." May 16, 1966.
b. "Dedication of McAlester's Post Office." May 19, 1966.
c. AP release on plane crash. May 19, 1966.
d. "Third District Essay Contest Winners Greeted" June 6, 1966.
e. "VISTA Volunteers Visit." June 24, 1966.
f. Telegram of congratulations to William G. Kerr. June 24, 1966.
g. Presidential Job Rating." June 27, 1966.
h. Photographed with Dr. and Mrs. Kilpatrick. August 20, 1966.
i. "Larry Joe Lindley`s Visit." August 23, 1966.

F 35: Miscellaneous. 1966.

a. "Miss Helen Lucille Newman Joins the Staff." August 26, 1966. Also includes biographical sketch of Miss Newman.
b. "Jon Ashmore of McAlester Presented a Fountain Pen." August 27, 1966.
c. "Mrs. Clement Visits." August 29, 1966.
d. "Dr. Donald Brown Visits" September 1, 1966.
e. Press releases following heart attack, dated September 6, 1966; September 7, 1966; September 8, 1966; September 9, 1966; September 19, 1966.

F 36: Miscellaneous. 1966.

a. "Antlers American, Antlers, Oklahoma." Selected to receive "Citation of Merit." October 12, 1966.
b. "Federal Power Commission's Grant to Oklahoma" October 17, 1966.
c. Press release. October 24, 1966.
d. "Nixon's Vietnam Policy." November 6, 1966.
e. Itinerary for November 16 and 17, 1966. November 15, 1966.
f. Letter from KXII-TV News, Ardmore, Oklahoma. November 28, 1966, and the reply, December 2, 1966.
g. "Jim Moore on College Work-Study Grants for Oklahoma Colleges." December 12, 1966.
h. "TV Broadcast with the Vice President as Guest." December 22, 1966.
i. "Poteau Community College, Poteau." December 22, 1966.
j. "Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C."
k. "Waterway Benefits."

F 37: Reference and Other Material. 1966.

a. "Vietnam." January 27, 1966. 89th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.
b. "Missing Sailor Son." March 27, 1966.
c. "Water Resources Research Act of 1964." March 30, 1966. 89th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.
d. Senator Mike Monroney's Office Press Release. April 1966.
e. "Henry Ford II's Speech in Detroit." May 3, 1966. Copy of the Ford Motor Company's press release.
f. Memorandum from the National Commission on Food Marketing. September 14, 1966.
g. Senator Mike Monroney's Office Press Release. September 15, 1966.
h. "Congressional Secretaries Club Bulletin." September 22, 1966.
i. "The Accomplishments of the 89th Congress." October 17, 1966. Speech by John W. McCormack, 89th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 38: Letters re Speech Requests. 1966.

Mrs. Elaine F. Crane. April 7, 1966; Robert T. Borth. April 8, 1966; Chet Holifield. May 3, 1966; Chairman, Five Civilized Tribes Museum, Muskogee, Oklahoma. October 29, 1966; Harvard Project Physics. December 7, 1966; National Medical Physical Research Foundation, Inc. December 13, 1966.

Speeches, 1967

F 39: "Majority Leader Acceptance Speech." January 9, 1967. Delivered at the Democratic Caucus Following Election as the Leader of the Democratic Party in the House.

F 40: "Administration of the Oath of Office to Adam Clayton Powell." January 10, 1967. Debate in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 41: "Rules of the House." January 10, 1967. Debate in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 42: "The President's Message." January 11, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 43: "The Late Walt Horan." January 17, 1967. Tribute paid in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 44: "Speaker McCormack." January 17, 1967. Tribute paid in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 45: "McAlester Newspaper Salutes Carl Albert." January 17, 1966. Article by Howard Yourman in the McAlester Democrat." Placed in the record. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 46: "John Fogarty." January 18, 1966. Eulogy given in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 47: "House Congressional Prayer Breakfast." January 19, 1967. The majority leader's message, "This Nation Under God," placed on record. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 48: "The Proposed Social Security Act Amendments." January 23, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 49: "The Republican `State of the Union' Presentation." January 23, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 50: "Henry Aldous Dixon." January 23, 1967. Eulogy given in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 51: "Commodity Report." January 23, 1967. Delivered in the House placing on record an article from the "Journal of Commerce Newsletter for January 4, 1967." 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 52: "President's Budget." January 24, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 53: "John W. McCormack." January 24, 1967. Tribute given in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 54: "Older Americans." January 24, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 55: "Charles A. Buckley." January 24, 1967. Eulogy given in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 56: "Prices in 1967." January 26, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F57: "Graham Barden." January 30, 1967. Eulogy given in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 58: "Astronauts Deaths." January 30, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 59: "President's Message on Natural Heritage." January 30, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 60: "The Vietnam Servicemen and Veterans Act of 1967. Remarks made in the House.

F 61: "Edwin E. Willis." February 1, 1967. Tribute paid in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 62: "The Presidents Message on Crime." February 6, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 63: "Public Debt Limit." February 8, 1967. Debate in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 64: "Debt Limit." February 8, 1967. Debate in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 65: "Children and Youth." February 8, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 66: "President's Message on the District of Columbia." February 27, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 67: "President's Message on Education and Health." February 28, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 68: "Equal Rights for Women." February 28, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 69: "Adam Clayton Powell Debate." March 1, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 70: "The President and Vietnam." March 8, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 71: "Powell Case." March 9, 1967. Debate in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 72: "Aid to India." March 9, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 73: "The President in Vietnam." March 13, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 74: "Alliance for Progress." March 13, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 75: "Legislative Program." March 14, 1967. Debate in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 76: "War on Poverty." March 15, 1967. Delivered in the House.

F 77: "Economic Opportunity Act." March 15, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 78: "Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker." March 15, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 79: "Rufus J. Pearson, Jr." March 15, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 80: "CA's Election to the Committee on Education and Labor" March 16, 1967. Debate in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 81: "New Consular Treaty with the Soviets." March 20, 1967. Debate in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 82: "Quality of Government." March 20, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 83: "H.R. 2068. (Veterans' Pensions)" March 20, 1967. Voting in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 84: "H.R. 2513. (National Observance of Holidays)" Voting in the House. March 20, 1967. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 85: "Truman on Vietnam." March 21, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 86: "H.R. 5277. (Pacific Islands)" March 21, 1967. Voting in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 87: "Politics in Post Office Department." March 21, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 88: "New Team for Saigon." March 22, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 89: "Urban Renewal." March 22, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 90: "Vietnam." March 22, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 91: "Dr. Rufus Pearson." March 22, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 92: "Operation Government." March 23, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 93: "The 90th Congress is Making a Fine Record." March 23, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 94: "Larry O'Brien on Postal Service." April 3, 1967. Remarks made in Congress. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes letter of thanks from Larry O'Brien and a press release from the post office department.

F 95: "Golden Anniversary of the Federal Land Bank System." April 3, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 96: "Wayne Aspinall." April 3, 1967. Birthday Greetings extended in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 97: "Address by Secretary Freeman." April 4, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 98: "President Johnson." April 4, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 99: "Correction of Record." April 5, 1967. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 100: "Federal Pay Raise." April 5, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 101: "Proceedings on the Case of Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., et al. vs John W. McCormack, et al." April 10, 1967. The proceeding placed in record. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 102: "Rep. Heckler." April 13, 1967. Tribute paid in the House.

F 103: "John W. McCormack School in Boston, Mass." April 17, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 104: "The Disposal of Nickel." April 17, 1967. Debate in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 105: "Punta Del Este." April 17, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 106: "Expansion of the National Science Foundation." April 17, 1967.

F 107: "Choice of Railroad Mediators." April 18, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 108: "Konrad Adenauer." April 20, 1967. Eulogy given in the House.

F 109: "Collective Bargaining." April 24, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 110: "Loss of Russian Cosmonaut." April 24, 1967. Expression of sorrow in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 111: "Participation Certifications." April 24, 1967. remarks made in the House.

F 112: "To Amend the Rules of the House." April 25, 1967. Debate in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 113: "The National Foundation on Arts and Humanities." April 26, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 114: "Entrance Fees to Recreational Sites Owned by the United States." April 26, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 115: "General Westmoreland's Speech Printed in the Record." April 28, 1967. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 116: "Republicans Aim Body Blow at Federal Aid to Primary and Secondary Education." April 28, 1967. Statement issued.

F 117: "OU Students: No Withdrawal from Vietnam." May 1, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 118: "President's Proposal to Extend Collective Bargaining in the Railroad Dispute." May 4,1967.

Folder includes remarks supporting the President and President's message to Congress. May 4, 1967.

F 119: "Model Cities Program-Tulsa, Oklahoma." May 8, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 120: "Harry Truman's Birthday." May 8, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 121: "Statement Before House Subcommittee on Public Works." May 8, 1967.

F 122: "The Teacher Corps." May 9, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 123: "Overseas Economic Programs." May 15, 1967. Remarks made in the House.

F 124: "Republican Vote on the Independent Offices Appropriation Bill." May 17, 1967. Statement issued.

F 125: "Aid to Education." May 18, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 126: "Middle East Crisis." May 24, 1967.

F 127: "Retirement of House Chaplain." June 5, 1967. Tribute paid in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 128: "Voting on Mailing Privileges for U.S. Armed Services." June 5, 1967. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 129: "Vote on Appropriations Bill." June 6, 1967. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 130: "District of Columbia Reorganization Plan." June 6, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 131: "Vote on Public Debt Limit." June 7, 1967. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 132: "Job Corps Woman." June 7, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 133: "Potential Effects of a National Rail Strike." June 7, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 134: "Legislation on Electric Power Systems." June 12, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 135: "Tribute to Mr. W. F. Arbogast June 12, 1967. Tribute paid in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 136: "The Church and the Poverty War." June 20, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 137: "Peace in Middle East." June 20, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 138: "Report of the Department of Agriculture." June 20, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 139: "Pride in Oklahoma Essay Contest." June 22, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 140: "H.R. 10480: Legislation to Protect Flag of the United States." June 23, 1967. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes letter from Vern Harrison, American Legion, McAlester.

F 141: "The Republican New Look." June 29, 1967. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

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