CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
SPEECH SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory
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Speeches, 1974 (continued)

F 1: "Transcript of Interview Conducted in U.S. House of Representatives." August 8, 1974.

F 2: "Health Revenue Sharing and Health Services Act of 1974." August 12, 1974. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 3: "ABC's Issues and Answers." August 18, 1974. Transcript of the Interview.

F 4: "Hugh M. Sandlin." September 19, 1974. Eulogy Given in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 5: "Meet the Press." September 22, 1974. Transcript of the Interview.

F 6: "Reuss Jobs Bill." September 23, 1974. Statement included in the 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 7: "The Situation." September 24, 1974. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 8: "Rayburn Library and Eisenhower College." September 25, 1974. Speech given in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 9-10: "The Economic Summit Conference." September 27, 1974.

Folders also include draft speech prepared by Kent H. Hughes entitled "Oil and World Finance" by Kent H. Hughes; "The Impact of Exploding Oil Costs on the World Financial and Economic System" by Walter J. Levy.

F 11: "Political Staffing." October 1, 1974. Debate in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 12: "Oklahoma Teacher of the Year." October 1, 1974. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 13: "Dr. Oliver S. Willham." October 3, 1974. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 14: "Rules Committee." October 3, 1974. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 15-20: "The American Society of Clinical Pathologists and the College of American Pathologists." October 6, 1974. Delivered before the Society at Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C.

F 21: "John F. Shelly." October 7, 1974. Eulogy given in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 22: "Joint Committee on Energy." October 8, 1974. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 23: "Madison Library Building." October 8, 1974. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 24: "93rd Congress." October 8, 1974.

F 25: "The President's Economic Program." October 11, 1974. Statement included in the 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 26: "Military Assistance to Turkey." October 11, 1974. Delivered in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 27-28: "Wayne Ziebarth Barbecue." October 12, 1974. Delivered in Wilcox, Nebraska.

F 29: "Railroad Retirement Bill." October 15, 1974. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 30-31: "Harley Staggers' Appreciation Dinner." October 17, 1974. Delivered in Charles Town, West Virginia.

F 32: "Commodity Act of 1974." October 17, 1974. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 33: "Hale Boggs." October 18, 1974. Remarks made in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 34: "Paul Simon." October 18, 1974. Campaign speech delivered in Salem, Illinois.

Folder also includes memorandum of a telephone conversation with Simon; newspaper clipping.

F 35: "Thomas Luken's Fund Raiser." October 23, 1974. Delivered in Cincinnati, Ohio.

F 36-38: "Mid Term Democratic Conference, Kansas City, Missouri." December 6, 1974.

F 39-42: "Conference on Democratic Party Organization and Policy." December 6, 1974. conference? One copy.

Folders also include various reference material: Harry S. Truman, "Radio Remarks in Independence on Election Eve." November 1, 1948; Edward M. Kennedy, "Statement"; Arthur B. Rim, "Proposed Economic Statement"; clippings; and "Democratic Advisory Council of Elected Officials: An Interim Report."

F 43: "H.R. Gross." December 9, 1974. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 44: "Resolution for Rep Halleck's Official Portrait." December 10, 1974.

F 45: "Mahon Portrait." December 10, 1974.

F 46: "Les Arends." December 16, 1974. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 47: "Paul B. Dague." December 16, 1974. Eulogy given in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 48-50: "William J. B. Dorn." December 20, 1974. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 51: "Thaddeus Dulski." December 20, 1974. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 52: "Accomplishments of the 93rd Congress." December 20, 1974. Given in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 53: "Frank A. Stubblefield." December 20, 1974. Tribute paid in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 54: "Thanks to the Speaker of the House." December 20, 1974. Resolution presented in the House. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, Congressional Record.

F 55: "Annual Membership Meeting of the Oklahoma Historical Society." 1974.copy.

F 56-59: "Dealing with the Problems of the American Economy." 1974.

Folders also include draft by Jim Hudec; statement by J. K. Galbraith and Robert Lekachman; miscellaneous.

F 60: "Robert Mc Fadden Menaugh." 1974.

Folder also includes biographical material on Menaugh.

F 61: "Girls' Club of McAlester." May 13, 1974.

F 62: "Third District Campaign." August 15, 1974.

F 63: "President's Economic Message." October 10, 1974.

F 64: "WGM's Radiothon '74." 1974.

Statements, 1974

F 65-66: "Nixon Administration Mismanagement of the Economy." April 9, 1974.

Folder also includes Majority Leader Thomas P. Oneill's statement on H.R. 1026.

F 67: "Pension Plan Reform and National Health Insurance." April 10, 1974.

F 68: "Congress: Record of Achievement." April 11, 1974.

F 69: "Expiration of the Economic Stabilization Act." April 30, 1974.

F 70: "President's Speech." April 30, 1974.

F 71: "Joint Leadership Conference." May 14, 1974.

F 72: "Joint Leadership Statement on Cooperation with Mayors." June 5, 1974.

F 73: "Performance by the Committee on Judiciary." June 10, 1974.

F 74: "America's Economy." June 11, 1974.

F 75: "Economy." June 18, 1974.

F 76: "Statement Before the Committee on Agriculture, U.S. House of Representatives." June 18, 1974.

F 77: "American Economy." June 27, 1974.

F 78: "American Economy." July 16, 1974.

F 79: "Legislative Program." September 11, 1974.

F 80: "The Economic Summit Conference." September 16 and 27, 1974.

F 81: "Appointment of a Ten-Member Task Force." December 11, 1974.

F 82: "Statement." [1974].

Press Conferences, 1974

F 83-84: Press Conferences, April 9, 29, 30, 1974.

F 85: "Press Conference Following the Joint Democratic Leadership." May 14, 1974.

F 86: "News Conference with Oklahoma News Representatives." September 9, 1974.

F 87: "America's Press Conference of the Air: NBC's Meet the Press." September 22, 1974.

F 88: "Press Conference." [1974].

Press Releases, 1974

F 89: Legislation. 1974.

a. "Consumer Protection Act." April 2, 1974.
b. "Resolution on the Energy of the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee." July 23, 1974.
c. "Notes on Prospective Economic Programs for 94th Congress." November, 21, 1974.
d. "Nominations for Committee Assignments Recommended by the Democratic Steering Committee. December 13, 1974.

F 90: Rural, Agricultural. 1974.

a. "Peanut program." January 25, 1974.
b. "Baling Wire Talk." January 26, 1974.
c. "Rural Water and Waste Disposal Projects." March 3, 1974.
d. "Albert Urges Controls on Beef Imports." June 7, 1974.
e. "Cattle Industry." October 10, 1974.

F 91: Indian Affairs. "Director of Indian Education Programs." 1974.

F 92: Foreign Affairs. 1974.

a. "Questions of Tass Correspondent."
b. "President Ford and Brezhnev, Romanian President." November 4, 1974.

F 93: Miscellaneous. 1974.

a. "Campaign Speech in Praise of Mel Price." February 2, 1974.
b. "With Vice President Ford." February 22, 1974.
c. "With McAlester Group." February 23, 1974.
d. "With Miss Tonubbee." March 1 and 11, 1974.
e. "Miss Stufflebean." March 12, 1974.
f. "With Lorray Dyson." April 11, 1974.
g. "With Rep. Payne." April 15, 1974.
h. "Press Advisory." May 10, 1974.
i. "With Family." June 4, 1974.

F 94: Miscellaneous. 1974.

a. "With Friends." June 8, 1974.
b. "With Visitors." June 21, 1974.
c. "With Oklahoma Page." June 21, 1974.
d. "Press Advisory." June 26, 1974.
e. "With Visitors." June 30, 1974.
f. "With Lewis Deschler." July 12, 1974.
g. "Lincoln Plaque." July 23, 1974.
h. "With President Ford." August 15, 1974.
i. "With Gary." August 15, 1974.
j. "With Wolfers." August 29, 1974.
k. "With Ragland." October 4, 1974.

F 95: Miscellaneous. 1974.

a. "Address to the Fall Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Pathologists, Washington, D.C." October 6, 1974.
b. "With Visitors." October 11, 1974.
c. "Skip in Scotland." October 22, 1974.

Reference, 1974

F 96: Editorials on congressional reforms from several newspapers, January 22-March 30, 1974.

F 97: Editorials on congressional reforms from several newspapers, April 1-May 24, 1974.

F 98: Congressional Record Daily Digest: January 21, 22, 28, 31, 1974; February 5 and 20, 1974.

F 99: Congressional Record Daily Digest: February 27, 1974; May 31, 1974; June 3, 1974; July 10, 11, 15, and 16, 1974.

F 100-102: Presidential Impeachment in the House. Resolutions, memoranda, proceedings, etc in the House. January 31-September 10, 1974.

F 103: "Display of a Clay Model of a Bronze Bust of the Speaker." September 13, 1974. Press advisory.

F 104: Reference on Health Care, etc. 1974

a. "Health Care." February 9, 1974.
b. "Health Insurance." July 20, 1974.
c. "Medical Backgrounder."

F 105: Miscellaneous. 1974.

a. Speeches made and recorded in the Congressional Record on June 10, 25, 27, 1974; July 11, and 16, 1974.
b. Copy of H.R. 16204.

F 106: Miscellaneous. 1974.

a. Speeches made and recorded in the Congressional Record on August 1, 7, and 14, 1974.
b. "Report on Health Revenue Sharing and Health Services Act of 1974."

F 107: Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. Address Delivered to the American Legion National Convention, Miami, Florida. August 20, 1974.

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