CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
SPEECH SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory
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Speeches, 1970 (continued)

F 1-3: "National Waterways Conference's 10th Anniversary Convention." Delivered at Fairmont Mayo Hotel, Tulsa, Oklahoma." September 18, 1970.

Folders also include conference schedule; correspondence from Jesse R. Core and Captain V. J. Soballe.

F 4-6: "Jim Wright Congressional Club Dinner." Delivered in Fort Worth, Texas. September 18, 1970.

Folders also include schedule; correspondence from J. T. Crosby, Keith Kahle, and Jim Wright; reference material on Fort Worth.

F 7-9: Campaign Speech Supporting Election of Richard Kneip, Frank Denholm, and Jim Abourezk in South Dakota. September 19, 1970.

Folders also include draft statements and suggestions made on behalf of candidates; reference material, including "The 1968 Election in South Dakota," an article by Alan L. Clem; Senator George McGovern's Report; biographical sketch of Frank E. Denholm; newspaper clipping.

F 10-12: "Graham Purcell." September 26, 1970. Given in Gainesville, Texas.

Folders also include notes for the speech; memorandum; biographical sketch of Purcell; newsletter released by Purcell.

F 13-14: "Ray Madden." September 29, 1970. Campaign speech delivered in Gary, Indiana.

Folders also include reference material; biographical sketch of Madden; notes.

F 15-19: "Communism." October 3, 1970. Delivered to the Kiwanis Club, Duncan, Oklahoma.

Folders also include correspondence; clippings; program information on the Kiwanis; and reference material such as the 1970 and 1971 appropriations for the FBI; articles on communism; Richard Ichord's address to the Association of Military Colleges and Schools; notes on impact of Soviet military presence in the Middle East; L. Mendel Rivers speech on the "The Soviet Threat."

F 20-21: "James C. Corman." October 20, 1970. Campaign speech delivered in California.

Folders also include notes on Corman's district; correspondence with Corman, John D. Weaver, and Sam Cook; biographical sketch of Corman; primary results from California; material on the 22nd District.

F 22-23: "Richard T. Hannah." October 21, 1970. Campaign speech delivered in California.

Folders also include notes; correspondence with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Pierce, Edwin Pauley, Hugh Benson, Dorothy Corlton, Lawrence Weinberg, Stuart Davis, Cliff Lang, and Edward L. Johnson; biographical sketch of Hannah; primary election results from California; material on Orange County.

F 24: "Dedication of the W. D. Mayo Lock and Dam near Spiro." October 21, 1970.

F 25-27: "Florida Blue Key Society." October 30, 1970. Delivered at Gainesville, Florida.

Folders also include draft of a speech prepared by Fred Pauls of the Library of Congress; correspondence with Fred Pauls, Mrs. Chris Thomas, James F. Southerland, and George N. Seide.

F 28: "Basic Speech (Partisan)." October 1970.

F 29: "Basic Speech (Nonpartisan)." October 1970.

F 30: "General Speech." October 1970.

F 31: "Bill Dawson." December 1, 1970. Eulogy given in the House. 91st Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

Statements, 1970

F 32: "Inflation." January 20, 1970.

F 33: "The Quality of Life." January 21, 1970.

F 34: "Veto of Labor-HEW Appropriation Bill." January 21, 1970.

F 35: "State of the Union Message." January 22, 1970.

F 36: "Veto of Labor-HEW Appropriation Bill." January 27, 1970.

F 37: "Legislative Responsibility." January 28, 1970.

F 38: "Labor-HEW Appropriations Bill." January 28, 1970.

F 39: "Inflation." January 29, 1970; January 31, 1970.

Folder also includes statement by Albert on President Nixon's Economic Report, January 31, 1970.

F 40: "President's Budget Message." February 2, 1970.

F 41: "Labor-HEW Appropriation Bill." February 4, 1970.

F 41b: "Statement Regarding T.V. Time on Veto of Labor-HEW Appropriation Bill." February 4, 1970.

F 42: "Crime." February 7, 1970; February 9, 1970.

F 43: "President's Message on the Environment." February 10, 1970.

F 44: "What Is the Nixon Program for Agriculture?" February 10, 1970.

F 45: "Statement for Democratic Caucus." February 19, 1970.

F 46: "Cost of Living Increase." February 19, 1970.

F 47: "Housing." February 19, 1970.

F 48: "The Realities of Education Appropriations." February 19, 1970.

F 49: "Adoption of Conference Report on H.R. 2." February 24, 1970.

F 50: "Inflation." February 26, 1970.

F 51: "Republican Economic Policy." March 2, 1970.

F 52: "President's Education Message." March 3, 1970.

F 53: "Unemployment." March 6, 1970; March 9, 1970.

F 54: "Joint Resolution on Environment and Technology." March 9, 1970.

F 55: "Republican Economic Policies." March 12, 1970.

F 56: "Drug Education Fight." March 13, 1970.

F 57: "Economy." March 16, 1970.

F 58: "Congress and Crime." March 17, 1970.

F 59: "President's Construction Statement." March 17, 1970; March 18, 1970.

F 59b: "Substitute Resolution Statement on Democratic Caucus." March 18, 1970.

F 60: "Economic Indecision." March 19, 1970.

F 61: "President's Message on Higher Education." March 19, 1970.

F 62: "Cost of Living." March 20, 1970.

F 63: "H.R. 4148." March 25, 1970.

F 64: "Veteran Medical Care." April 2, 1970.

F 65: "Elementary and Secondary Education." April 7, 1970.

F 66: "Unemployment." April 13, 1970.

F 67: "Recession and Inflation." April 18, 1970; April 23, 1970.

F 68: "Statement Before Committee on Rules." April 28, 1970.

F 68b: "Talimena Scenic Drive Opening, by Luci Nugent." April 28, 1970.

F 69: "Statement Before the Committee on National Priorities of the Democratic Policy Council." April 29, 1970.

F 70: "H.R. 515." May 4, 1970.

F 71: "Statement for the Subcommittee on Public Works of the Committee on Appropriations." May 4, 1970.

F 72: "Unemployment." May 8, 1970.

F 72b: "Statement to Lindsay, OK News." May 11, 1970.

F 73: "Water and Sewer Lines." May 12, 1970.

F 74: "Indian Affairs." May 14, 1970.

F 75: "The First Nixon Recession." May 18, 1970.

F 76: "Economy." May 19, 1970; May 21, 1970.

F 77: "McCormack's Retirement." May 20, 1970.

F 77b: "Shriver to Work with Democrats." May 24, 1970.

F 78: "Inflation and Unemployment." May 25, 1970.

F 79: "Joint Statement (with Mike Mansfield) on Economy." June 9, 1970.

F 80: "President's Attack on House Unwarranted." June 12, 1970; "President's Message Lacks Sense of Concern." June 17, 1970.

F 81: "H.R. 11102 Extending Hill-Burton." June 23, 1970; June 25, 1970.

F 82: "Crime Bill." June 30, 1970.

F 83: "Democrats Respond: Part I." July 8, 1970.

F 84: "Foreign Military Sales Act." July 9, 1970.

F 85: "Economy." July 16, 1970.

F 86: "Economy." July 18, 1970; July 20, 1970.

F 87: "Women's Rights Amendment." July 28, 1970.

F 88: "HUD Appropriation Bill." July 29, 1970.

F 89: "Economy." July 31, 1970.

F 90: "Economy." August 7, 1970.

F 91: "Education." August 11, 1970; August 13, 1970; "HUD-Independent Agencies Appropriations Bill." August 13, 1970.

F 92: "Second Session." August 14, 1970.

F 93: "Emergency Community Facilities Act." September 10, 1970.

F 94: "President's Message." September 11, 1970.

F 95: "Air Piracy." September 14, 1970; "Nixon Recession." September 15, 1970.

F 96: "Nixon Recession." September 15, 1970.

F 97: "Interest Rates." September 21, 1970.

F 98: "Cost of Living." September 23, 1970.

F 99: "Inflation." September 30, 1970.

F 100: "Unemployment." October 2, 1970.

F 101: "Political Broadcasting Legislation." October 6, 1970. "Veto of Political Broadcasting Legislation." October 12, 1970.

F 102: "91st Congress." October 15, 1970.

F 103: "Statement." November 4, 1970.

F 104: "Resolution at the Democratic Caucus on John McCormack." November 18, 1970.

F 105: "Cost of Living." November 24, 1970.

F 106: "Economic New Approach." December 3, 1970.

F 107: "Manpower Training Bill." December 16, 1970.

F 108: "Death of Mendel Rivers." December 28, 1970.

F 109: "Untitled Speech on Leadership of the Democrats in Congress." [1969].

F 110: "John McCormick Retirement from the 91st Congress." December 21, 1970.

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