CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
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Speeches 1968 (continued)

F 1-7: "Democratic Party Convention." August 1968.

Folders include a draft of a speech from Charles S. Murphy and friends; reference materials.

F 8: "Dedication of Dormitory at Carter Seminary." September 14, 1968.

F 9: "Count Your Many Blessings." September 14, 1968. Delivered before the International Union of Operating Engineers, Ardmore Oklahoma.

F 10: "Dedication of Davis , Oklahoma, Water Plant." September 15, 1968.

F 11: "Charlie Halleck." September 18, 1968. Tribute paid in the House.

F 12-14: "Patrick F. Kelley for Congress." September 27, 1968. Delivered in Kansas.

F 15: "District of Columbia Bills." October 2, 1968. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 16: "Edna Kelly Tribute." October 2, 1968. Remarks in the House. 90th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 17: "President Johnson's Efforts for Peace." October 3, 1968. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 18: "Tribute: James E. Webb." October 7, 1968. Tribute paid to Webb, NASA Administrator, on his Retirement. 90th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

Folder includes biographical sketch of James E. Webb.

F 19: "Arkansas River Story." October 9, 1968. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 20: "Democratic Campaign Dinner." October 11, 1968. Delivered at Democratic Campaign Dinner, Sheraton Hotel Ballroom, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

F 21: "Dedication of Tupelo, Oklahoma, Post Office." October 12, 1968.

F 22: "Dedication of Mannsville Water System." October 12, 1968.

F 23: "E.C. Gathings." October 14, 1968. Tribute paid in the House. 90th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 24: "Letter From GI Who Was Killed in Vietnam." October 14, 1968. 90th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 25: "History of the Heavener (Okla) Ledger." October 14, 1968. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 26: "The Second Generation of the Heavener (Okla) Ledger."October 14, 1968. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 27: "National Business Women's Week, October 20 to 26." October 14, 1968. Delivered in the House. 90th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 28: "Pride in Oklahoma." October 15, 1968. Delivered before the Business and Professional Women's Club, Durant, Oklahoma.

F 29: "Rural Electrification." October 17, 1968. Delivered at REA Luncheon, Lindsay, Oklahoma.

F 30: Cattlemen's Barbecue, McAlester, Oklahoma. October 19, 1968.

F 31-34: "Report on the Accomplishments of the Second Session of the 90th Congress." October 21, 1968. Remarks made in the House. 90th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 35-36: "Paul in the City of Athens." November 13, 1968. Delivered at Oral Roberts University.

F 37: "Senator Robert F. Kennedy." Statement issued on the assassination of the Senator.[1968].

F 38: "Dedication of Talimina Scenic Drive." [1968].

F 39: "The Veterans Administration." [1968].

F 40: "Secretary of Agriculture's Speech." [1968].

F 41: "Legislative Program." Remarks made in the House. [1968].

F 42: "Senator Robert F. Kennedy." Eulogy given in the House. [1968].

F 43: "President's Crime Message." Remarks. [1968].

F 44: "Remarks made in the House." [1968].

F 45: "90th Congress." [1968].

F 46: "Radio Topics for the 1968 Campaign." [1968].

Folder includes typescripts on education, economic growth and stability, the world, and terms of our duty.

F 47: Remarks of CA about Johnson's announcement not to run for president.[1968].

F 48: "Labor." (for Radio) [1968].

F 49: "NHD and Other Employees." (for Radio). [1968].

F 50: "Beef Import Controls and Farm Legislation." (for Radio). [1968].

F 51: "Farm Income and Beef Import Limitations Legislation." (for Radio). [1968].

F 52: "Conservation and Resources Development." (for Radio). [1968].

F 53: "Education." (for Radio). [1968].

F 54: "Crime." (for Radio). [1968].

F 55: "General Election." (for Film).[1968].

F 56: "General Election: LeFlore County Radio Stations." [1968].

F 57: "General Election: McAlester Radio Stations." [1968].

News Releases, 1968

F 58: Legislation. 1968.

a. "State of the Union Address and the Republicans." January 18, 1968.
b. "Legislation to Deal with Crime." January 27, 1968.
c. "The President's Message on Cities." February 22, 1968.
d. "President's Health Message." March 4, 1968.
e. "Legislation to Establish Robert S. Kerr Memorial Arboretum in LeFlore County. March 7, 1968.
f. "President's Plan on Conservation." March 8, 1968.
g. "Memorial from Oklahoma Legislature." March 27, 1968.

F 59: Miscellaneous. 1968.

a. "Speech Before South Carolina State Democratic Convention." March 28, 1968.
b. "Bill Passed by the House Creating Robert S. Kerr Memorial Arboretum in LeFlore County."

F 60: Miscellaneous. 1968.

a. "The Association of Federal Investigators' Award in the Legislative Category." Given May 31, 1968.
b. "Conference with the President." June 24, 1968.
c. "Constitutional Amendment to Lower Voting Age." July 1, 1968.
d. "Opposition to Gun Bills Announced." July 1, 1968.
e. "House and Its Legislative Capacity." October 11, 1968.

F 61: Armed Services. 1968.

a. "Veterans Administration Regional Office in Muskogee." February 18, 1968.
b. "Glen Massad to Be Nominated as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense." May 22,1968.
c. "Glen Massad Confirmed." June 7, 1968.
d. "Keynote Speaker of the American Legion of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City." July 15,1968.

F 62: Rural, Urban, Agricultural, etc. 1968.

a. "Grant for Texoma State Park." January 15, 1968.
b. "Grant to the Seminole County." January 16, 1968.
c. "Title V Project Under the Economic Opportunity Act." January 29, 1968.
d. "Funding of a Manpower Development and Training Act Project." February 1, 1968.
e. "Grant for Poteau Community Center." February 3, 1968.
f. "Grant to Jefferson-Love Counties Community Action Foundation, Inc." February 21,1968.
g. "President's Farm Message." February 27, 1968.
h. "Green Thumb in Southeastern Oklahoma." February 27, 1968.

F 63: Miscellaneous. 1968.

a. "Model Cities Planning Grant for McAlester." March 8, 1968.
b. "McCurtain County to Participate in Medical Aid Program." March 20, 1968.
c. "Design for Laboratory at Durant, Oklahoma, Approved." April 22, 1968.
d. "Grants for Vocational Education Centers in Southeastern Oklahoma." May 7, 1968.
e. "Photograph with the Hugo and Clayton Reservoir Project Boosters." May 8, 1968.
f. "Photograph with the Waurika Reservoir Boosters." May 8, 1968.
g. "Grant to Eastern Oklahoma State College, Wilburton." May 8, 1968.
h. "OEO Grant to McCurtain County in Idabel." May 10, 1968.
i. "EVA Grant to Shawnee." May 18, 1968.
j. "Grant to Shawnee." May 22, 1968.

F 64: Miscellaneous. 1968.

a. "OEO Grants in Oklahoma." May 23, 1968.
b. "Water Resource Projects in the 3rd District." May 31, 1968.
c. "Grant for Waurika." May 31, 1968.
d. "Two Representatives of Rural Electrical Coop of Lindsay Welcomed." July 12, 1968.
e. "EDA Grant for Durant." June 17, 1968.
f. "Copies of a Letter to Sandy Britton and Neville Wilson and Others." June 18, 1968.
g. "Grant to Schools in District I." June 26, 1968.
h. "HEW Grant to Poteau Community College." June 26, 1968.
i. "EDA Grant to Southern Oklahoma Development Association." June 28, 1968.
j. "EDA Grant to Southern Oklahoma." June 28, 1968.

F 65: Miscellaneous. 1968.

a. "Housing Loan for State College, Durant, Oklahoma." July 5, 1968.
b. "Emergency Loans for Farmers in Johnson County." July 8, 1968.
c. "Grant for Salisaw." July 11, 1968.
d. "Grant for Latimer County." August 6, 1968.
e. "Contract to Poteau Trucking Company." August 9, 1968.
f. "Certificate of Safety Achievement for Arbuckle Center." November 21, 1968.

F 66: Indian Affairs. 1968.

a. "Award of Contracts." August 20, 1968.
b. "Steed Bill for the Seminole Tribe." September 16, 1968.
c. "Indian Claims Commission Bill." September 16, 1968.

F 67: Foreign Affairs. 1968.

a. "President's Message on Vietnam." January 17, 1968.
b. "Appearance by Secretary Rusk." March 12, 1968.
c. "Oklahoma Legislative Support for the Vietnam Policy." March 27, 1968.
d. "Remarks Made in New York on Vietnam." March 29, 1968.
e. "Statement on Vietnam." No date.

F 68: Itineraries. April 22, 1968; May 18, 1968; May 19, 1968; May 1968; June 13, 1968.

F 69: Miscellaneous.1968.

a. "Charley Halleck's Retirement." January 24, 1968.
b. "With Friends." February 20, 1968.
c. "President's District of Columbia Message." March 13, 1968.
d. "President Eisenhower." March 28, 1968.
e. "Rainwater in Washington." April 24, 1968.
f. "Flag for the Kennedy Memorial." April 25, 1968.
g. "Photographed with Postmaster General." May 16, 1968.
h. "Greeted by President Johnson." June 14, 1968.
i. "Selected as Permanent Chairman for Democratic National Convention." June 18, 1968.

F 70: Miscellaneous. 1968.

a. "4-H Clubbers." July 13, 1968.
b. "Steel Prices." August 7, 1968.
c. "With the Scouts." August 11, 1968.
d. "Draft of Statement for the Platform Committee." August 21, 1968.
e. "GSA Release." October 18, 1968.
f. "Senator Russell Long's Campaign Speech." October 22, 1968.
g. "Orville J. Montgomery's Appointment as General Counsel of the USIA." October 29,1968; biographical sketch.

F 71: Miscellaneous. 1968.

a. "Southeastern State College, Durant, Oklahoma, Awarded Grant." July 5, December 28, 1968; list of colleges and universities receiving grants.
b. "Suggested Press Release on Educational Funds." No date.
c. "Greetings." No date.

Speeches by Others, 1969

F 72: "A Call for National Action to Improve our Health Care." January 23, 1968. Given by Rosenthal in the House. 90th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 73: "Bellmon Address Covers Many Topics." March 2, 1968. Article in the Oklahoma Daily, Norman.

F 74: "Thank You Mr. President." March 4, 1968. Given by Basil L. Whitener in the House. 90th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 75: "Major General Ernst L. Massad." March 14, 1968. Tribute paid in the Senate by Senator Monroney. 90th Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

Speeches 1969

F 76: "Retirement of Robert K. Walsh." January 1969.

F 77: "1969 Majority Leader Acceptance Speech." January 2, 1969.

F 78: "Dedication of Association's New Headquarters Building." January 4, 1969. Delivered before Oklahoma Association of General Contractors.

F 79: Reception for President Lyndon B. Johnson." January 7, 1969. Remarks made at the Longworth House Cafeteria and included in Congressional Record. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 80: "The Rural Electrification Administration and the Elimination of Rural Poverty." January 10, 1969. Delivered at the Noon Luncheon of National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Washington, D.C.

F 81: "Inaugural Exercises." January 17, 1969. Remarks made in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 82: "The Late Oscar Rose." January 29, 1969. Eulogy given in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 83: "Averell Harriman." January 29, 1969. Tribute paid in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 84: "Jesse Wolcott." January 29, 1969. Tribute paid in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 85: "A Kinder Verdict on L.B.J." January 30, 1969. Remarks made in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes correspondence with Mike Monroney.

F 86-87: "President Lyndon B. Johnson." January, 1969. Remarks made in the House.

F 88: "Ross Rizley." March 11, 1969. Tribute paid in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 89: "Hawaii's 10th Anniversary." March 12, 1969. Delivered in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 90: "Frank Boykin." March 13, 1969. Remarks made in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 91: "Legislative Program." March 13, 1969 Remarks made in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 92: "Henry O. Talle." March 17, 1969. Eulogy given in the house. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 93: "The Government Story." March 17, 1969. Delivered in the House on a TV program. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 94: "Humanitarian Waitress." March 18, 1969. Delivered in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 95: "Debt Limitation." March 19, 1969. Remarks made in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 96: "Legislative Program." March 20, 1969. Remarks made in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 97: "Oklahoma's Winningest Coach." March 21, 1969. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 98: "Special Election." March 26, 1969. Remarks made in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 99: "Mrs. Hamilton Fish." March 27, 1969. Remarks made in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 100: "Special Orders." March 31, 1969. Remarks made in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 101-102: "Dwight D. Eisenhower." March 31, 1969. Eulogy and Resolution given in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 103: "Report on the Republic of Korea." April 1, 1969. Debate in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 104: "Joint Resolution." April 1, 1969. Debate in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 105: America's Ideals and Realities," April 8, 1969.

F 106: "Our Increased Prosperity." April 9, 1969. Delivered at Wilburton.

F 107: "Young Democrats Club, East Central State College." April 9, 1969.

F 108: "Dedication of New Library." April 10, 1969. Delivered at Talihina, Oklahoma.

F 109: "Democratic Fund Raising Dinner." April 10, 1969. Delivered at McAlester, Oklahoma.

F 110: "Future Farmers of America." April 11, 1969. Delivered at Carl Albert High School, Midwest City, Oklahoma.

F 111: "Letter Carriers Statewide Meeting." April 12, 1969. Delivered before the meeting at Arrowhead, Oklahoma.

F 112: "Dedication of Aldrige Housing Project." April 12, 1969. Delivered at Ada, Oklahoma.

F 113: "Alvin M. Bentley." April 14, 1969. Tribute paid in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 114: "Mail Service for Mamie D. Eisenhower." April 16, 1969. Bill introduced in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 115: "Legislative Program." April 17, 1969. Debate in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 116: "Memorial 123." April 21, 1969. Memorial of the Oklahoma Legislature presented. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 117: "Rural America Needs Help From Water and Housing." April 21, 1969. Delivered in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 118: "Remarks on a Lower Voting Age and on Youth." April 22, 1969. Delivered before NAACP College Students from Oklahoma in Senate Office Building.

F 119: "Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965." April 23, 1969. Delivered on a bill to extend the act and the vote. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 120: "Legislative Program." April 24, 1969. Debate in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 121: "President Rene Barrientos Ortuno, of Bolivia." April 28, 1969. Tribute paid in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 122: "Memorial." April 28, 1969. Memorial of the House of the Oklahoma Legislature presented. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 123: "Harry Sheppard." April 30, 1969. Eulogy given in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 124: "Armin Meyer--Ambassador to Japan." April 30, 1969. Delivered in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 125: "Captain Phil Boatner." April 30, 1969. Remarks made in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 126: "California Election." April 30, 1969. Remarks made in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 127: "Legislative Program." May 1, 1969. Remarks made in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 128: "Eugene T. Kinnaly." May 6, 1969. Tribute paid in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 129: "Jenkin Lloyd Jones." May 8, 1969. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 130: "American Legion's 50th Anniversary." May 8, 1969. Delivered in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 131-136: "Allied Educational Foundation." May 8, 1969. Delivered before the Foundation in New York.

Folders also includes correspondence; a draft has the title "Move on America."

F 137: "Joe Bartlett Essay Award." May 15, 1969. Remarks made in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes copy of the parable for which Joe Bartlett received the award; correspondence with Clarence E. Miller.

F 138: "President's Speech and the Comments." May 15, 1969. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 139: "Frontiers of 1969." May 16, 1969. Commencement Address Delivered at Ryan High School, Jefferson County, Oklahoma.

F 140: "Oklahoma Legislature Memorial." May 21, 1969. Memorial Introduced in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 141: "Pay Raise Legislation." May 21, 1969. Remarks made in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 142: "Arts and Humanities Funds." May 21, 1969. Remarks made in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 143: "Ed Edmondson--Honors." May 22, 1969. Tribute paid in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 144: "Onward America." May 23, 1969. Commencement Address delivered at Ardmore High School, Oklahoma.

F 145: "Frontiers of 1969." May 30, 1969. commencement Address delivered at Duncan High School, Stephens County, Oklahoma.

F 146: "Truman Ward." June 3, 1969. Eulogy given in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 147: "John E. Barriere." June 11, 1969. Tribute paid in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 148: "Bill Bates." Tribute paid in the House. June 23, 1969. Copy of the tribute in the Congressional Record.

F 149: "John Melcher." June 25, 1969. Praised in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 150: "Government Printing Office Error." June 27, 1969. Delivered in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 151: "Surtax Extension." June 30, 1969. Remarks made in the House. 91st Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

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