CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
SPEECH SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory
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Speeches, 1973 (continued)

F 1-3: "The Modern Relationship Between the Legislative and Executive Branches of the Federal Government." January 31, 1973.

Folder includes correspondence from Time Inc.; copy of the first issue of Time, March 3, 1923; "Statement in Response to the President's State of the Union Address." February 2, 1973; "Statement in Response to President Nixon's Budget Message." February 11, 1973; correspondence to Lewis Fischer, Marvin S. Sadik, Silvio O. Conte, Hedley Donavan, William Miley, and Hubert H. Humphrey.

F 4: "Presidential Prayer Breakfast." February 1, 1973.

Folder also includes correspondence from Albert H. Quie, Paul Benjamin, and Arthur F. Burns; copy of the remarks made by Burns.

F 5: "Subpoena Served on the Speaker." February 5, 1973. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 6: "The Modern Relationship between the Legislative and Executive Branches of the Federal Government." February 5, 1973. Remarks included in the 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 7: "Rep. McSpadden is Claremore's Man of the Year." February 6, 1973. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 8: "President Lyndon B. Johnson." February 6, 1973. Eulogy given in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 9: "National Prayer Breakfast." February 8, 1973. Included in the 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 10: "Tribute to Henry Gonzalez." February 9, 1973. Remarks made in San Antonio, Texas.

F 11a-b: "Response to President Nixon's Budget Message." February 11, 1973.

Folders also include correspondence.

F 12: "ROA-ROTC Breakfast." February 15, 1973. Remarks.

F 13: "Meeting with Mayors." February 20, 1973.

Folder also includes "The Domestic Balance," New York Times, February 20, 1973; joint statement of Speaker Albert and Mike Mansfield, "Response to Nixon's Radio Address on the Environment and Natural Resources." February 20, 1973.

F 14: "Response to President's Statement on the Economy." February 22, 1973. Statement included in the 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 15: "Nationwide Radio Response to the President's Message on the Environment and Natural Resources." February 23, 1973.

F 16: "Budget Cutbacks." February 28, 1973. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 17: "Donald W. Riegle, Jr." February 28, 1973. Welcome given in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 18: "Select Committee to Investigate Crime." February 28, 1973. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 19: "Response to President's Message on Environment and Natural Resources." February 28, 1973. Statement included in the 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 20: "Steed Given Distinguished Scout Award." March 1, 1973. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 21: "Democratic Leadership in the House." March 1, 1973. Remarks.

F 22: "Edward K. Gaylord." March 5, 1973. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 23: "CBS Morning News with Jim Hart." March 6, 1973. Interview.

F 24: "Introduction of the Impoundment Reporting and Review Act of 1973." March 6, 1973. Remarks.

Folder also includes "Statement of the Speaker on the Introduction of the Impoundment Reporting and Review Act of 1973." March 5, 1973; "Statement of the Speaker on the Mahon Legislation." March 6, 1973; transcript of Press Conference. March 6, 1973; fact sheet on the Impoundment Reporting and Review Act. March 6, 1973.

F 25: "Washington Insight." March 12, 1973. TV interview included in the 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 26: "Franklin H. Lichtenwalter." March 15, 1973. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 27: "Time Magazine Dinner Speech." March 15, 1973. Included in the 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 28: "Congress vs. President." March 19, 1973. TV Interview.

F 29: "Impoundment of Funds." March 22, 1973. Remarks.

F 30: "Speakers Response to President's Veto of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973." March 28, 1973. Remarks included in the 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 31: "President's Economic Policies." March 30, 1973. Remarks.

F 32: "William P. Cochrane." April 3, 1973. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 33: "Networks' Refusal to Grant Equal Time." April 3, 1973. Remarks.

F 34: "Insured Loan Program for Rural Electrification Administration." April 4, 1973. Delivered in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 35: "Ford Motor Company Washington Executive Conference." April 5, 1973.

F 36: "Rural Water and Sewer Grant Program." April 10, 1973. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 37: "Authority of the Congress." April 10, 1973. Remarks.

F 38: "Buildings and Construction Trades Departments AFL-CIO." April 16, 1973. Delivered in Washington, D.C.

F 39: "West Front Extension of the Capitol." April 16, 1973. Remarks.

F 40: "National Cable Television Association." April 17, 1973.

F 41: "Capitol West Front Extension." April 17, 1973. Remarks included in the 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 42: "Legislative Branch Appropriations, 1974." April 17, 1973. Given in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 43: "Appropriations." April 18, 1973. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 44: "House Freshman Democratic Caucus." April 18, 1973. Given in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 45: "Budgetary Situation." April 19, 1973. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 46-47: "Pan American Union Day." April 19, 1973. Given in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes reference material provided by Dante B. Fascell.

F 48: "Carl Albert Bridge Dedication." April 28, 1973. Given in Choctaw County, Oklahoma.

Folder also includes memorandum about the bridge.

F 49: [Empty].

F 50: "Congressmen's Rome Trip." May 3, 1973. Letter to the Editor, Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, N.C. included in the 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 51: "Dedication of McCormack's Papers." May 4, 1973.

F 52: "Testimony Before Select Committee on Committees." May 9, 1973. Testimony included in the 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 53: "Romanian Independence Day." May 14, 1973. Delivered in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 54: "Commencement Address at Eastern Oklahoma State College, Wilburton Oklahoma." May 18, 1973.

F 55: "Armed Forces Day." May 19, 1973. Delivered in McAlester, Oklahoma.

F 56: "Housing Center Council." May 21, 1973. Given in Washington, D.C.

F 57: "Cuban Independence Day." May 21, 1973. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 58: "Hale Boggs." May 22, 1973. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes letter of thanks from Mrs. Boggs.

F 59: "Confirmation of the Director of the Office of M and B." May 23, 1973. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 60: "William Arbogast." May 29, 1973. Tribute.

F 61: "The John W. McCormack Award of Excellence." May 30, 1973. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 62: "James Farley." May 30, 1973. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes correspondence from Hugh L. Carey.

F 63: "William Benton." May 31, 1973. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes letter from John Brademas.

F 64: "Bill Mills." June 6, 1973. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 64b: "F. L. Jester." June 7, 1973.

F 65: "Bob Sikes Testimonial Dinner." June 14, 1973. Given in Pensacola, Florida.

F 66: "National Cable Television Association." June 18, 1973. Greetings extended via satellite to NCTA.

F 67-69: "The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Quadrangular Conference." June 26, 1973.

Folders also include correspondence with CSIS and copy of the program.

F 70: "Retirement of William Arbogast." June 30, 1973. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 71-72: "Champ Clark Ceremonies." July 7, 1973. Delivered in Bowling Green, Missouri.

Folders also include biographical sketch of Champ Clark, and related material.

F 73: "Agriculture Farm Bill." July 10, 1973. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 74: "Capital Fare." July 11, 1973.

F 75: "Rent-A-Cow Program." July 16, 1973. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 76: "Third District Democratic Workshop." July 21, 1973. Given in Ada, Oklahoma.

F 77: "Impoundment: Beyond the Law." July 26, 1973. Article contributed to the New York Times.

F 78: "Nick Begich." July 31, 1973. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 79: "Letter from President Nixon." August 2, 1973. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 80: "Tribute to a Good Scout." August 3, 1973. Given in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 81: "Richard Ichord Testimonial." September 7, 1973. Delivered in Jefferson City, Missouri.

F 82: "FBI and Capitol Hill Files." September 12, 1973. Correspondence with FBI Director included in 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 83: "Response to President Nixon's Second State of the Union message." September 21, 1973. Delivered over the Radio Network.

F 84: "Energy Conference-State Fair of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City." September 29, 1973.

F 85: "Reactions to Nixon's Actions, and nomination of Gerald R. Ford." Oct 23,1973.

F 86: "John P. Saylor Eulogy." November 12, 1973. Given in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 87: "Robert E. Thomason." November 12, 1973. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 88: "Albert is Against Potential Coup." November 12, 1973. Article included in the 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 89: "Oklahoma's Teacher of the Year." November 14, 1973. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 90: "President Albert-A Democratic Coup D'Etat." November 14, 1973. Article included in the 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 91: "Leslie Arends." November 15, 1973. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 92: "The Energy Crisis." November 25, 1973.

F 93: "The Energy Crisis." November 26, 1973. Statements included in the 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

Folder also includes statement on "The Energy Crisis." November 30, 1973.

F 94: "Welcome to President of Romania." December 5, 1973.

F 95: "Gerald R. Ford as Vice President of the United States." December 6, 1973. Remarks made on the Confirmation of Ford as Vice President. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 96: "Solar Energy." December 14, 1973. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 97: "Foreword to Lincoln-Douglas Debate Book." December 19, 1973.

Foreword written for the book by Frank L. Dennis. Correspondence with Dennis.

F 98: "Retirement of Ernst Petinard." December 20, 1973. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Congressional Record.

F 98b: "The Energy Crisis." December 20, 1973.

F 99-102: "The First Session of the 93rd Congress." December 23, 1973. Statement.

F 103: "Martin Henry Heflin Eulogy." [1973].

Statements, 1973

F 104: "Nick Begich." January 7, 1973.

F 105: "Death of President Johnson." January 22, 1973.

F 106: "Ukrainian Independence Day." January 23, 1973.

F 107: "Response to President's Budget." January 29, 1973.

F 108: "Request for Equal Time on Budget." January 1973.

F 109: "Response to President's Economic Report." January 31, 1973.

F 110: "Time Magazine Speech." January 31, 1973.

F 111: "Termination of Library Contributions." February 2, 1973; "Statement in Response to the President's State of the Union Address." February 2, 1973.

F 112: "Environmental Message." February 20, 1973.

F 113: "Response to President's Statement on Economy." February 22, 1973.

F 114: "West Central Front of the Capitol." February 28, 1973.

F 115: "Black Caucus Conference." February, 1973.

F 116: "Economic Stabilization Conference Report." April 30, 1973.

F 117: "Release of Testimony Before Select Committee-on-Committees." May 2, 1973.

F 118: "President Nixon's Address on Economy." June 13, 1973.

F 119: "Mendel J. Davis." June 20, 1973.

F 120: "Joint Leadership Statement on Congressional Performance." September 6, 1973.

F 121: "Agnew Letter." September 26, 1973.

F 122: "Reaction to Agnew Resignation." October 10, 1973.

Folder also includes copy of Agnew's letter of resignation.

F 123: "Ford Nomination." October 23, 1973.

F 124: "Joint Congressional Democratic Leadership Statement on Ford Confirmation." October 29, 1973.

F 125: "First Session of the 93rd Congress." December 23, 1973.

F 126: "Response to OEO Dismantling." [1973].

F 126b: "Saturday Night Massacre." [1973].

Press Conferences, 1973

F 127: January 6, 11, 22, 23, 24, 26, 29, 30, and 31, 1973.

F 128: February 1, 5, 6, 7, 21, 26, 27, and 28, 1973.

F 129: March 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 26, and 28, 1973.

F 130: April 2, 4, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19, and 30, 1973.

F 131: May 7, 8, 9, June 4, 5, and 6, 1973.

F 132: October 19, 26, and November 5, 1973. October 26, 1973 material concerns Today show appearance.

F 133: "Soviet Television Interview." [1973].

F 134: "Interview with Senator Gravel." [1973].

Folder also includes memorandum. June 27, 1973.

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