CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
SPEECH SERIES
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Press Releases, 1973

F 1: Legislation. 1973.

a. "Response to the President's State of the Union Message." February 2, 1973.
b. "Response to President Nixon's Budget Message." February 11, 1973.
c. "Democratic Leadership Meetings." March 13, 1970.
d. "H.R. 5193." March 22, 1973.
e. "House Democratic Leadership Meeting." March 27, 1973.
f . "President's Veto of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973." March 28, 1973.
g. "Democratic Steering and Policy Committee Meeting." April 5, 1973.
h. "Water and Sewer Grants in 1972." April 10, 1973.

F 2: Legislation. 1973.

a. "Speaker Testifies Before Select Committee-on- Committees." May 2, 1973.
b. "Resolution by Rep. Giaimo." May 3, 1973.
c. "Democratic Policy and Steering Committee." May 17, 1973.
d. "Democratic Party Meeting." June 12, 1973.
e. "Democratic Steering and Policy Committee Meeting." June 21, 1973.
f . "Democratic Steering and Policy Committee Meeting." July 19, 1973.
g. "Korean Delegation." July 20, 1973.
h. "Democratic Leadership Meeting on Energy." November 30, 1973.

F 3: Armed Services. American Prisoners of War. February 12, 1973.

F 4: Rural, Agricultural, etc. 1973.

a. "Rural Environmental Assistance Program." January 10, 1973.
b. "Meat Price Ceiling." March 30, 1973.
c. "Phase III Economic Policies." March 30, 1973.
d. "Phase II Economic Controls." [1973].
e. "McGee Creek Reservoir." September 13, 1973.

F 5: Miscellaneous. 1973.

a. "Common Cause." January 14, 1973.
b. "Political Campaign." February 5, 1973.
c. "T.V. Program." March 12, 1973.
d. "With Duke Ligon." May 5, 1973.
e. "Female Page." May 14, 1973.
f . "Miss Marcos." June 4, 1973.
g. "Gov. Turner." June 12, 1973.
h. "Presentation of Award at Oxford Univ., England." October 13, 1973.
i. "With Dimes National Poster Child." December 13, 1973.
j. "Press Release Index." [1973].
k. "Albert and Mansfield hosting coffee with President Ceausescu." December 4, 1973.
l. "South Vietnam President Nguyen Van Thieu's visit to the U.S." April 15, 1973.

Memoranda, 1973

F 6: January 5, 9, 15, 16, 17, 22, 1973; February 15, 20, and 27, 1973.

F 7: March 6, 7, 12, 15, 22, 1973; April 19, 1973; May 10, 1973; June 4, 5, 14, 29, 1973; July 30, 1973; August 3, 7, 1973; September 24, 1973; November 27, 1973; December 7, 1973.

F 8: "Mel Price." [1973].

F 9: "93rd Congress." [1973].

Reference, 1973

F 10: Newspaper articles. 1973.

F 11: Congressional Record Daily Digest: May 22, 23, 24, 29, 30, and 31, 1973.

F 12: Congressional Record Daily Digest: June 1, 4, 6, 7, 8, 11, and 12, 1973.

F 13: Congressional Record Daily Digest: June 13, 14, 15, 18, 20, 21, and 28, 1973.

F 14: Congressional Record Daily Digest: June 28, 30, July 16, 17, 19, and 30, 1973.

F 15: Congressional Record Daily Digest: October 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, and 29, 1973.

F 16: Congressional Record Daily Digest: October 30, 31, November 6, 7, and 8, 1973.

F 17: Congressional Record Daily Digest: November 27, 28, 29, 1973; December 3, and 4, 1973.

F 18: Congressional Record Daily Digest: December 4, 5, 7, 10, and 11, 1973.

F 19-21: "Major Legislative Accomplishments for the First Session of the 93rd Congress."

F 22: "Second Inaugural Address." January 20, 1973. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents, vol. 9, no. 3.

F 23: "Hearings on Impoundment Reporting and Review Bill." March 22, 1973. Statement by Ray Madden.

F 24: "The Feds Are Lighting Up Our Pathway." May 11, 1973. Talk by Joe B. Hunt.

F 25: "Anti-Impoundment Legislation." June 7, 1973. Statement by Ray J. Madden.

F 26: "Transportation Nationalization is Not the Answer." Information memo by Transportation Association.

F 27: "The Road to Power in Congress: The Education of Mo Udall." Larry King's article in Harper's Magazine.

F 28: "The Soybean Phenomenon." Chicago Board of Trade.

F 29: Correspondence from WRAL-Channel 5, TV, North Carolina; WRC-TV Washington, D.C.; ABC; and policy statement.

F 30: Miscellaneous Items. 1973.

a. Letter from Spark Matsunaga. January 6, 1973.
b. Letter from James V. Smith, Farmers Home Administration. January 22, 1973.
c. Letter from Minneapolis Gas Co. May 23, 1973.
d. Debate in the Senate as Recorded in the Congressional Record, June 14, 1973.
e. Proceedings of the House as recorded in the Congressional Record, July 10, 1973.
f. Proceedings of the House as recorded in the Congressional Record, July 16, 1973.
g. Letter from the Charge d'Affaires, Argentine Embassy, Washington, D.C.
h. Resume on Bills.
i. Proceedings of the House as recorded in the Congressional Record, October 10, 1973.
j. Letter from Highway Users Federation. September 19, 1973.
k. Proceedings of the House as recorded in the Congressional Record. November 1, 1973.
l. "Suggested Paragraphs for Inclusion in Speaker's Remarks to DSG Orientation Session."

Speeches, 1974

F 31-35: "Three Critical Decisions: The Most Dramatic Events of My Life." January 17, 1974. Address delivered under the "Carl Albert Lecture Series" at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma.

Folder also includes correspondence and clippings.

F 36: "The Today Show." January 21, 1974. Interview.

F 37: "American Medical Association Speech." January 26, 1974. Delivered in Chicago, Illinois.

F 38-39: "The Washington Press Club Speech." January 29, 1974.

Folders also include correspondence with Ted Sorenson, Harry McPherson, Gale McGee, Katy Cristie, Ella Grasso, Gillis Long; copy of "Will Rogers on Congress."

F 40: "Morning News." January 31, 1974. Interview.

F 41-42: "Mel Price Appreciation Dinner." February 2, 1974. Delivered in Belleville, Illinois.

F 43: "Ada, Oklahoma Bicentennial Celebration." February 2, 1974.

F 44: "National Piscataway Park." February 4, 1974. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 45-46: "Guthrie, Oklahoma, Chamber of Commerce." February 16, 1974.

F 47: "Congressional Reform." February 26, 1974. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 48: "New Testament Reading." February 28, 1974.

F 49: "Julia Hansen." March 5, 1974. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 49b: "Clem Zablocki Appreciation Dinner." March 10, 1974. Given in Madison, Wisconsin.

F 50: "Human Goals: Values for Living." March 12, 1974. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 51: "Use of Capitol Space by Jane Fonda." March 18, 1974. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 52-53: "Democratic Congressional Dinner." March 21, 1974.

F 54: "Leadership Conference of Civil Rights." March 22, 1974. Tribute placed on record in the 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 55: "Washington Straight Talk." March 25, 1974. Weekly Interview Carried by Public Broadcasting Service.

F 56: "Umphrey Lee Associates." March 29, 1974. Delivered at Souther Methodist University, Dallas, Texas.

F 57-58: "Barbara Jordan Appreciation Dinner." March 30, 1974. Delivered in Houston, Texas.

Folder includes material on Jordan.

F 59-60: "Building and Construction Department: AFL-CIO." April 1, 1974. Delivered in Washington, D.C.

F 61: "Accomplishments of the 93rd Congress." April 5, 1974.

F 62: "The Late Frank McGee." April 24, 1974. Eulogy given in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 63-65: "Oklahoma Historical Society, Oklahoma City." April 26, 1974.

F 66: "Transcript of Interview: Radio and Television Gallery, House of Representatives." April 29, 1974.

F 67: "American Cotton Shipper's Association." May 3, 1974.

Folder also includes correspondence with the association executives; Cotton Digest, April 27, 1974.

F 68: "American Cotton Shipper's Association." May 8, 1974. Address included in the 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 69: "Legislative Program." May 8, 1974. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 70: "Daniel J. Flood Testimonial." May 12, 1974. Delivered in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania.

F 71: "The Late Carney O. Dean." May 13, 1974. Eulogy given in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 72-73: "Jim Delaney Testimonial." May 14, 1974. Delivered before the Queens County Democratic Organization, Queens, New York.

F 74: "Carl Albert Junior College Commencement." May 17, 1974. Delivered at Poteau, Oklahoma.

Folder also includes correspondence; newspaper clippings.

F 75: "The Record of Achievement of the 93rd Congress." May 22, 1974. Remarks included in the 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 76: "Military Procurement Bill." May 22, 1974. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 77: "Tom Steed, Willing Servant." May 22, 1974. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 78: "William F. McIntire." May 31, 1974. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 79: "Democratic Caucus Speech." May 1974.

F 80: "John J. Rooney." June 6, 1974. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 81: "Rep. Charles Bennett Appreciation Dinner." June 8, 1974. Given in Jacksonville, Florida.

F 82-84: "Commencement Address at Capitol Page School." June 10, 1974.

Folders also include draft prepared by Thomas Neale of the Library of Congress; draft prepared by Jim Hudec.

F 85: "Bill Randell." June 15, 1974.

F 86: "Statement before the Committee on Agriculture." June 18, 1974. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 87: "Peyser's Amendment for Bill H.R. 15472." June 21, 1974. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 88: "Lewis Deschler." June 27, 1974. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 89: "Elvan George." June 28, 1974. Eulogy given in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 90: "H. Eldred Wilson." June 28, 1974. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 91: "Democratic Telethon, 1974." June 29-20, 1974.

F 92: "Committee on the Judiciary." July 1, 1974. Delivered in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 93: "Appointment of Parliamentarian of House." July 1, 1974. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 94: "Mary Johnston." July 10, 1974. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 95: "Earl Warren." July 10, 1974. Eulogy given in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 96: "Mary McLeod Bethune Memorial Ceremony, Washington D.C." July 10, 1974. Remarks.

F 97: "Economists Advising Democratic Steering and Policy Committee." July 16, 1974. Statement included in the 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 98: "Economy." July 18, 1974. Given in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 99: "Resolution on the Economy of the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee." July 23,1974.

F 100: "Julia B. Hansen." July 24, 1974. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 101: "Resolution on the Economy of the House Democratic Caucus." July 24, 1974.

F 102: "Resolution to Establish John W. McCormack Intern Program." July 25, 1974. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 103: "Unveiling Ceremony of the Abraham Lincoln Plaque." 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

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