CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
SPEECH SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory
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Press Releases, 1970

F 1: Legislation. 1970.

a. "Health and Education Appropriations." January 18, 1970.
b. "Health and Education Appropriations." Letter to the presidents of the three major television net works. February 4, 1970.
c. "The State of the Nation: A Democratic View." February 4, 1970.
d. "Anti-Recession Public Works Legislation." August 5, 1970.
e. "Representation for the District of Columbia." August 7, 1970.
f. Joint statement from Senator Mike Mansfield, Majority Leader, Senate and Carl Albert, Majority Leader, House. "The Quality of Life." January 21, 1970.
g. Statement of Carl Albert, Majority Leader, House, on threatened veto of Labor-HEW Appropriations bill. January 21, 1970.
h. Statement by Carl Albert on the state of the union message, January. 22, 1970.
i. Remarks of Carl Albert, Delivery in the House of Representatives, January 27, 1970.
j. Statement by Mr. Albert for floor use on Labor-HEW bill, January 28.1970.
k. Statement of Carl Albert, Majority Leader, House, on Nixon's compromise on Labor-HEW bill, February 4, 1970.

F 2: Armed Services.1970.

a. "Photograph with American Legion National Commander." March 10, 1970.
b. "Letter from the American Legion." April 8, 1970.

F 3: Rural, Urban, etc. 1970.

a. "Failure of the Farm Program." February, 1970.
b. "Photograph with the President, FFA." April 10, 1970.
c. "National Peanut Week." April 22, 1970.
d. "Loan to the Waurika PWA." April 27, 1970.
e. "Talimina Scenic Drive." April 28, 1970.
f. " Reservoir." May 11, 1970.
g. "Water and Sewer Lines Appropriations." May 13, 1970.
h. "Grant to Forest Grove Water Corporation." May 28, 1970.

F 4: Indian Affairs.

a. "Grant to Indian Nations Community Action Foundation, Tishomingo." March 4, 1970.
b. "Grant to the Housing Authority of the Choctaw Nation." May 7, 1970.
c. "Choctaw Termination Act." June 15, 1970.

F 5: Miscellaneous. 1970.

a. "Winston Postoak at White House." January 2, 1970.
b. "Resolution to the Democratic Caucus." January 21, 1970.
c. "Photograph with the National Maid of Cotton." March 26, 1970.
d. "Itinerary for May 2." April 28, 1970.
e. "Itinerary for May." May 4, 1970.
f. "Winning Poster." May 12, 1970.
g. "Waste Management." May 13, 1970.

F 6: Miscellaneous. 1970.

a. "Letter to the Hughes County Times, Wetumka." June 1, 1970.
b. "Sargent Shriver." June 24, 1970.
c. "Economic Problems." September 28, 1970.
d. "Wholesale Price Index." October 9, 1970.
e. "With David Hall." November 25, 1970.
f. "Index." No date.

Source and Reference Material

F 7-12: Environment. 1969-1970.

F 13: Economy. 1969-1970.

F 14-15: Congress. 1970.

F 16-18: Election to Congress. 1970.

F 19: Orren Beaty. 1970.

F 20: Fabian Chavez, Jr. 1969-1970.

F 21: Jim Jones. 1970.

F 22: Ada Housing Project. 1970.

F 23: Jim Greenwood. 1970.

F 24: Statements by John W. McCormack. 1970.

Speeches, 1971

F 25: "Statement of Speaker Albert on John McCormick." Congressional Record, January 2, 1971; "Speakership Acceptance Speech." January 21, 1971. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 26: "Meet the Press." January 24, 1971.

F 27: "Senator Richard B. Russell." January 25, 1971. Tribute paid in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 28: "National Press Club." January 27, 1971.

F 29: "Prayer Given in Washington D.C." February 2, 1971.

F 30: "ROA Banquet." February 19, 1971.

F 31: "Remarks...On the Occasion of the Luncheon for the Prime Minister and Other Visitors from Italy, in the Capitol." February 19, 1971.

F 32: "Farm Prices." March 1, 1971. Remarks made in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 33: "Disabled American Veterans." March 4, 1971. Delivered in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 34: "Welcome to Italian Delegation." March 8, 1971. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 35: "Bill for Relief of Leda Morassutti." March 9, 1971. Bill introduced in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 36: "Revenue Sharing." March 10, 1971. Remarks made in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 37: "State of the Congress." March 14, 1971.

Folder also includes correspondence with Peyton Ford, Willard Wirtz, Theodore Sorenson.

F 38-39: "National Rivers and Harbors Congress." March 18, 1971.

Folders also include correspondence from Bob Sikes.

F 40: "Remarks Made in the House." March 23, 1971.

F 41: "Employment of the Handicapped." March 31, 1971. Remarks made in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 42: "Correction of Vote." April 1, 1971. Speech. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record, p. H 2331.

F 43: "Military Selective Service." April 1, 1971. Remarks made in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 44: "Amending Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938." April 1, 1971. Statement. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 45-47: "John Young Testimonial." April 3, 1971.

Folder also include biographical sketch of Jim Young; correspondence with Lew Borden and Amelia Rice; reference material on Texas.

F 48: "Notes on Economic Conditions." April 8, 1971.

F 49: "Pan American Day." April 20, 1971. Delivered in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 50: "Meeting of Congressional Democratic Leadership with Governors and Mayors." April 22, 1971.

Folder also includes notes on topics to be covered at the meeting; agenda; and other related material.

F 51: "Robert J. Corbett." April 26, 1971. Eulogy. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 52-53: "Housing and Urban Development." April 27, 1971. Delivered in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes miscellaneous material.

F 54: "Oklahoma: State of the Seventies." April 28, 1971. Speech. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 55: "Unemployment and Inflation." April 29, 1971.

Folder also includes supporting statement by Carl D. Perkins.

F 56: "Farm Day." May 3, 1971. Given in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 57: "Secretary of State Rogers." May 3, 1971. Remarks made in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 58: "Oral Roberts University." May 6, 1971. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record, p. E 4063.

F 59: "Lew Deschler." May 11, 1971. Tribute paid in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 60: "SST Program." May 12, 1971. Remarks made in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 61: "Oklahoma Leads the Nation." May 12, 1971. Delivered in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 62-63: "Cuban Anniversary." May 20, 1971. Delivered given in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folders also include correspondence with Joseph R. Julia, President, Cuban Crusade; literature provided by Cuban Crusade.

F 64: "Dedication of Community Park in LeFlore, Okla." May 25, 1971. Remarks made in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes comments of Speaker Albert on House Senate Conference Action on Accelerated Public Works, May 26, 1971.

F 65: "H.R. 3613-Emergency Employment Act of 1971." June 2, 1971. Given in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 66: "Rural Electrification Administration." June 7, 1971. Remarks made in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes newspaper clipping from the Wall Street Journal, May 28, 1971.

F 67: "Southeastern Oklahoma State College." June 11, 1971.

Folder also includes draft prepared by Collen Campbell of the Library of Congress.

F 68: "Tishomingo Projects." June 12, 1971. Dedication.

F 69: "Nedzi-Whalen Amendment." June 17, 1971. Remarks made in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes a canceled speech on health management, June 18, 1971.

F 70: "Waurika Project." June 19, 1971. Dedication.

F 71: "Seafarers' Union-Biennial Convention." June 21, 1971.

F 72: "National Association of Retired Federal Employees." June 21, 1971.

F 73: "H.R. 1-Social Security." June 22, 1971. Remarks made in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 74: "Department of Agriculture, Environmental, and Consumer Protection Appropriation." June 23, 1971. Debate in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 75: "William Roy." June 26, 1971. Testimonial given in Topeka, Kansas.

F 76: "Vietnam." June 28, 1971. Given in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 77: "The Brilliance of Paul Callaway." June 30, 1971. Remarks made in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes correspondence with Sen. Mike Monroney; newspaper clipping from the Washington Post.

F 78-81: "A More Perfect Union." July 3, 1971. Remarks made at the National Archives Building in Washington, D.C., Launching the Bicentennial Era.

Folders include material for July Bicentennial telecast; text of the telecast as reported in the Commanders Digest and Bicentennial Era; correspondence with David J. Mahoney, chairman, Bicentennial Commission and related material.

F 82: "AFL-CIO Conference on Jobs." July 12, 1971.

F 83: "Cannon and Taber Portrait Ceremony." July 28, 1971. Remarks made in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 84: "Dominick Daniels." August 5, 1971. Tribute paid in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 85-86: "Remarks Before the National Assembly, Korea." August 10, 1971.

F 87: "Equal Employment Opportunities Enforcement Act of 1971." September 16, 1971. Delivered in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 88-91: "Oklahoma Water Conference, McAlester, Oklahoma." September 18, 1971.

Correspondence also includes correspondence; schedule; draft speech by Don McBride..

F 92: "The 24th Anniversary of the Execution of the Bulgarian National Hero." September 23, 1971. Remarks made in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes correspondence with the President, Bulgarian National Committee.

F 93: "John C. Watts." September 27, 1971. Eulogy given in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 94: "Testimonial for Dr. Hayden Donahue." October 2, 1971.

F 95: "Hugo Black" October 4, 1970. Eulogy given in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 96: "Testimony of Dr. James F. Hammersten on H.R. 10681 and S 1828." October 5, 1971. Remarks made in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 97: "Report on Asian Trip." October 5, 1971. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 98: "Equal Rights Bill." October 6, 1971. Delivered in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 99: "James G. Fulton." October 12, 1971. Remarks made in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 100: "Wiley Post Memorial Lake Dedication." October 24, 1971. Delivered at Maysville, Oklahoma.

F 101: "Pine Creek Dam and Reservoir Dedication." October 24, 1971. Delivered at Idabel, Oklahoma.

F 102: "Prayers in Schools." November 8, 1971. Remarks made in the House. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 103: "Oklahoma Baptist University, Shawnee, Oklahoma." November 12, 1971.

F 104: "San Bois Monument Dedication." November 13, 1971. Delivered in McCurtain, Oklahoma.

Folder also includes information on San Bois Coal Company.

F 105-108: "American Petroleum Institute, San Francisco, California." November 15, 1971.

Folders also include letters of appreciation.

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