CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
TRAVEL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory
Boxes 1-8

Box 1

F 1-5: Trips to Oklahoma, New York, Tennessee, and Virginia, 1964 June - 1965 May.

Correspondents include: Clifford Davis, W. Pat Jennings, and Bnai Zion.

F 6-10: Trips to Oklahoma, Virginia, Connecticut, Georgia, and Nevada, 1964 Nov. - 1965 July.

Topics include: Walter S. Baring, Armed Forces Day, textile industry in the United States, McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot (Okla.), and the Aerospace Industries Association. Correspondents include: Julian J. Rothbaum and the American Apparel Manufacturers Association.

F 11-15: Trips to Oklahoma and Indiana, 1965 Mar. - 1965 Aug.

Correspondents include: Overton James and George Nigh.

F 16-20: Trips to Oklahoma, Alabama, Nebraska, and Louisiana, 1965 Apr. - 1965 Nov.

Correspondents include: Clair A. Callan, George Lynn Cross, Julian J. Rothbaum, and Edwin E. Willis.

F 21-25: Trips to Oklahoma, 1965 Sept. - 1965 Dec.

Correspondents include: Stanley Draper.

F 26-30: Trips to Oklahoma and Iowa, 1965 Mar. - 1965 Nov.

Topics include: Grinnell College and Veterans Day. Correspondents include: Julian J. Rothbaum and John R. Schmidhauser.

F 31-35: Trips to Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas, and Utah, 1965 July - 1966 Jan.

Topics include: Graham B. Purcell and Southern Methodist University. Correspondents include: David S. King.

F 36-40: Trips to Oklahoma, Nevada, Tennessee, and Texas, 1965 Sept. - 1966 June.

Topics include: Richard H. Fulton and the Cortez A. M. Ewing Foundation. Correspondents include: Orville L. Freeman, Julian J. Rothbaum, and the Potato Chip Institute International.

F 41-45: Trips to Oklahoma, 1965 Sept. - 1966 Aug.

Topics include: Armed Forces Day and veterans.

F 46-50: Trips to Oklahoma and Texas, 1966 Feb. - 1967 Aug.

Topics include: Armed Forces Day, Choctaw Indians, and Inez Gibson. Correspondents include: Harry J. W. Belvin, William J. Holloway, Lyndon B. Johnson, Julian J. Rothbaum, Gene Stipe, and William H. Skeith.

F 51-55: Trips to Oklahoma, 1967 Jan. - 1967 Aug.

Topics include: Republican Party of the United States. Correspondents include: Luther B. Eubanks.

F 56-63: Trips to Oklahoma, Georgia, and Texas, 1967 June - 1967 Dec.

Topics include: Oscar V. Rose and Michael Casuals Corporation. Correspondents include: Julian J. Rothbaum, Wes Watkins, Cotton Producers Association, and the National Association of Retail Druggists (U.S.).

Box 2

F 1-5: Trips to Oklahoma and New York, 1967 Sept. - 1968 Mar.

Topics include: National Cotton Council of America and Poteau Community College. Correspondents include: David L. Boren and John M. Murphy.

F 6-10: Trips to Oklahoma and Texas, 1965 Mar. - 1968 June.

Topics include: Armed Forces Day, Goddard Youth Camp (Okla.), and Oklahoma Leadership Forum. Correspondents include: William J. Holloway, Ray Roberts, Julian J. Rothbaum, and Stewart L. Udall.

F 11-15: Trips to Oklahoma, 1967 July - 1968 July.

Topics include: Indians of North America health and hygiene, Indians of North America hospitals. W. Angie Smith, and Amerand. Correspondents include: Hubert H. Humphrey, Overton James, and William G. Kerr.

F 16-20: Trips to Oklahoma, 1968 Apr. - 1968 Aug.

F 21-25: Trips to Oklahoma and Kansas, 1968 May - 1968 Nov.

Topics include: David L. Boren, J. Herbert Hollomon, Patrick F. Kelly, and Lockheed. Correspondents include: Ed Edmondson, Fred R. Harris, Overton James, and Graham B. Purcell

F 26-30: Trips to Oklahoma, 1967 Dec. - 1969 Mar.

Topics include: Oral Roberts University, McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot (Okla.), Blue River (Okla.), and the Association of Oklahoma General Contractors. Correspondents include: George Nigh, Oral Roberts, and Jim Wright.

F 31-35: Trips to Oklahoma and New York, 1968 Nov. - 1969 May.

Topics include: Joel Jankowsky. Correspondents include: Allied Educational Foundation.

F 36-40B: Trips to Oklahoma and South Carolina, 1969 Feb. - 1969 Sept.

Topics include: federal aid to education, McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot (Okla.), Stars and Stripes Show, journeys by Mary Albert, and Proud Young Americans for Truth. Correspondents include: Harry J. W. Belvin, United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and Democratic Women's Council of South Carolina.

F 41-46: Trips to Oklahoma, Texas, Nevada, and West Virginia, 1969 Apr. - 1969 Dec.

Topics include: Platt National Park (Okla.). Correspondents include: George Nigh and the National Association of Retail Druggists (U.S.).

Box 3

F 1-5: Trips to Texas and Oklahoma, 1969 July - 1970 Apr.

Topics include: Abraham Kazen and the Carter Seminary. Correspondents include: J. J. Pickle.

F 6-10: Trips to Oklahoma, Florida, Minnesota, and New Jersey, 1969 July - 1970 Aug.

Topics include: Robert L. F. Sikes and Armed Forces Day.

F 11-15: Trips to Oklahoma, Alaska, Texas, California, and South Dakota, 1970 Feb. - 1970 Sept.

Topics include: Nick Begich, Seminole Indians, electioneering, political campaigns, Luci Johnson Nugent, and national waterways. Correspondents include: Don McBride, Wilbur D. Mills, Jim Wright, George S. McGovern, Mike Gravel, Robert S. Strauss, John Mead, David A. Tunno, Terry Walker (Chief of the Seminole Nation), and Parents Uphold Servicemen's Honor (PUSH, Inc.)

F 16-20: Trips to Texas, Indiana, Oklahoma, Ohio, and California, 1970 July - 1970 Oct.

Topics include: electioneering and political campaigns. Correspondents include: Birch Bayh and Richard T. Hanna.

F 21-25: Trips to Oregon, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, New York and Florida, 1970 June - 1970 Nov.

Topics include: Chickasaw Indians, Indians of North America housing, electioneering, Arkansas River, political campaigns, and Robert S. Kerr Lock and Dam (Okla). Correspondents include: James C. Corman, Ed Edmondson, Edith Green, James R. Jones, Lawrence F. O'Brien, Morris K. Udall, and Arthur J. Goldberg.

F 26-30: Trips to Texas and Oklahoma, 1970 - 1971 June.

Topics include: John Andrew Young, Lyndon B. Johnson, Armed Forces Day, Arkansas River, McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System, Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and School of Public Affairs, and Carl Albert Year in Education. Correspondents include: Julian J. Rothbaum, Robert B. Kamm, Bob (Robert R.) Casey, Dewey F. Bartlett, and John B. Connally.

F 31-35: Trips to Oklahoma, Kansas, and Pennsylvania, 1970 Sept. - 1971 Oct.

Topics include: water conservation, rural water supply, Waurika Dam (Okla), Oklahoma Rural Water Association, Oklahoma Water, Inc., and St. George's United Methodist Church of Philadelphia, Pa. Correspondents include: Robert S. Kerr Jr., Don McBride, Julian J. Rothbaum, William R. Roy, Gene Stipe, and W. Angie Smith.

F 36-40: Trips to Oklahoma, California and Texas, 1968 Nov. - 1972 Mar.

Topics include: television in education, freemasonry, Pine Creek Dam and Reservoir (Okla), San Bois Coal Mine (Okla), Eloise Munson, and Oklahoma Higher Education Talkback Television System. Correspondents include: David L. Boren, David Hall, Ray Roberts, American Petroleum Institute, and E. T. Dunlap.

F 41-45: Trips to Texas, Oklahoma, New York and Missouri, 1971 Oct. - 1972 Apr.

Topics include: James M. Hanley, electioneering, and political campaigns. Correspondents include: Bob (Robert R.) Casey, and James W. Symington..

F 46-50: Trips to Arkansas, Oklahoma and Utah, 1971 Oct. - 1972 June.

Topics include: Wilbur D. Mills, Gunn McKay, Albany Reservoir - Oklahoma (proposed), and Alec Cairncross. Correspondents include: Julian J. Rothbaum.

F 51-55: Trips to Oklahoma and Indiana, 1971 Sept. - 1972 Aug.

Topics include: Armed Forces Day, Port Carl Albert (Okla), and Deep Fork Watershed Association. Correspondents include: John Brademas, David Hall, Wilburn D. Mills, and Oral Roberts.

F 56-60: Trips to New York, Oklahoma, California, Indiana, Iowa, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, 1972 Apr - 1972 Oct.

Topics include: Ed Edmondson, David R. Obey, J. Edward Roush, electioneering, and political campaigns. Correspondents include: John C. Culver, Chet Holifield, and Richard McCarthy.

F 61-66: Trips to Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia, New Mexico, Colorado, Oklahoma, and Missouri, 1972 Sept. - 1972 Nov.

Topics include: Frederick B. Rooney, Harold Runnels, Ed Edmondson, electioneering, political campaigns, Werner Fornos, Byron Johnson, Bill Thomas, William Burlison, Joshua Eilberg, and Harley Staggers.

Box 4

F 1-5: Trips to Texas, Oklahoma, Illinois, and Massachusetts, 1973 Jan. - 1973 May.

Topics include: John W. McCormack, Armed Forces Day, and National Assistance for Veterans Mobile Van. Correspondents include: Henry B. Gonzalez, David Hall, and Clem McSpadden.

F 6-10: Trips to Oklahoma, Florida, and Missouri, 1971 Apr. - 1973 Sept.

Topics include: Bennett Champ Clark, Richard H. Ichord, Democratic Party in the U.S., and Freemasonry. Correspondents include: William L. Hungate and Robert L. F. Sikes.

F 11-15: Trips to Oklahoma and Illinois, 1973 June - 1974 Mar.

Topics include: Melvin Price. Correspondents include: American Medical Association and the Oklahoma State Medical Association.

F 16-20B: Trips to Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Texas, and California, 1973 Aug. - 1974 June.

Topics include: Clement J. Zablocki, American Cotton Shippers Association, Southern Methodist University, and cotton marketing. Correspondents include: Barbara Jordan, Julian J. Rothbaum, the Oklahoma Historical Society, and Neal P. Gillen (speech).

F 21-25: Trips to Pennsylvania, New York, Oklahoma, Florida and Missouri 1973 Nov. - 1974 June.

Topics include: Charles E. Bennett, James J. Delaney, Daniel J. Flood, Armed Forces Day, and William R. Pogue. Correspondents include: William J. Randall.

F 26-30: Trips to Missouri, Nevada, Nebraska, West Virginia, Illinois and Ohio, 1974 Feb. - 1974 Nov.

Topics include: Harley O. Staggers, electioneering, political campaigns and Wayne Ziebarth. Correspondents include: Jerry Litton, Thomas A. Luken, Paul Simon, and the National Association of Retail Druggists (U.S.).

F 31-35: Trips to Oklahoma, Illinois, California, South Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Kansas, Texas, and Massachusetts, 1974 July - 1975 May.

Topics include: Claremont College, Democratic Party in the U.S., Le Moyne College, Montclair State College, Wichita State University, Armed Forces Day, electioneering, tourism in Oklahoma, Chickasaw National Recreation Area (Okla.), McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot (Okla.), and political campaigns. Correspondents include: James M. Hanley, Douglas S. Harlan, James F. Lloyd, Robert Krueger, Ted M. Risenhoover, College of Charleston, Continental Oil Company, and the Democratic Party in Oklahma.

F 36-40C: Trips to New Hampshire, Texas, South Carolina, Oklahoma, New York, Nevada, Connecticut, Ohio, Florida, Kansas, and Pennsylvania, 1974 Oct. - 1976 Apr.

Topics include: Frederick Muhlenberg, Gene Stipe, Miami University (Oxford, Ohio), Quinnipiac College, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Forest Heritage Center (Okla.), Hugo Dam, and Carl Albert Mental Health Center. Correspondents include: Norman E. D'Amours, Thomas J. Downey, John W. Jenrette, Richard (Dick) Stone, Federation of American Hospitals, National Association of Retail Druggists (U.S.), New Hanover, Pa.Lutheran Church, Albert, Noal, Kansas Motor Carrier Association, National Peanut Growers Group, Paperboard Packaging Council, and Southwestern Peanut Shellers Association.

F 41-48: Trips to Alabama, Oklahoma, Florida, Texas, New York, and Illinois, 1975 Nov. - 1976 Nov.

Topics include: Robert L. F. Sikes, Robert Krueger, Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.), St. John Fisher College, Olin E. Teague, Texas A. and M. University, Armed Forces Day, McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot (Okla.), Salute to Carl Albert, and Hugo Dam (Okla.). Correspondents include: David L. Boren, Thomas Steed, Jacksonville State University, and the Congressional Medal of Honor Society.

Box 5

F 1-6: Market Development Conference of Agricultural Attaches in Columbia, 1959 Jan - 1959 Apr.

Conference held April 1-7, 1959. Topics include: United States Dept. of Agriculture, agriculture, Latin America, and Market Development Conference of Agricultural Attaches. Correspondents include: Carl Albert (press release), Karl E. Mundt, Export-Import Bank of the United States, George A. Blowers, and John M. Cabot.

F 7: Visit by Subcommittee on Foreign Agricultural Operations to Europe, 1959 Sept. - 1959 Nov.

Trip was from October 20- November 15, 1959. Topics include: United States Congress House Committee on Agriculture Subcommittee on Foreign Agricultural and agriculture..

F 8-16: Inauguration of Arturo Illia in Argentina, 1948 - 1963 Oct.

Trip was from October 9-13, 1963. Topics include: Associated Press, news agencies, petroleum in Argentina, description and travel in Argentina, Argentina politics and government, ARF, wire services, and Arturo Illia.

F 17: Trip to Samoan Islands, canceled, 1965 Sept. - 1965 Nov.

Correspondents include: Stewart L. Udall, United States Dept. of the Interior, and H. Rex Lee.

F 18-20: Meetings of the Joint Philippine-U.S. Commission on Philippine Veteran Problems in the Philippines, and in the United States, 1964 June - 1967 Feb.

Meetings were held in the Philippines from June 30-July 11, 1966, and in the U.S. from August 1-5, 1966. Topics include: United States Congress House Committee on Science and Astronautics, and Philippine veterans of World War II. Correspondents include: Lyndon B. Johnson, George P. Miller, William M. Blair, George H. Decker,

F 21-23: Vacations by Carl Albert in Puerto Rico, 1966 Nov. - 1967 Mar.

First vacation was in late December 1966 and early January 1967. Albert was hospitalized during this visit. He returned to the island in mid February 1967.

F 24-34: Visit by House Delegation to South Korea, 1968 - 1970 Mar.

Visit by delegation was from February 28-March 8, 1969. Topics include: Korean newspapers, South Korea, and Republic of Korea. Correspondents include: Carl Albert (remarks), William S. Broomfield (statement), Cornelius E. Gallagher (statement), Richard T. Hanna, John W. McCormack, United States Congress House Committee on Foreign Affairs, United States Dept. of State (telegrams), Kyung Soon Chang, Harry C. Cromer, and William J. Porter.

Box 6

F 1-7: Visit by South Korean National Assembly to U.S., 1969 May - 1969 Aug.

Visit was from July 12-18, 1969. Topics include: Project Apollo (U.S.), South Korea, Apollo 11, and Republic of Korea. Correspondents include: William V. Chappell, Gerald R. Ford, Louis Frey, Richard T. Hanna, John W. McCormack, Albert H. Quie, United States Dept. of State (telegrams), Kyung Soon Chang, and Harry C. Cromer.

F 8-29: Visit by House Delegation to Asia, 1967 - 1972 Feb.

Visit was from August 6-21, 1971. Topics include: United States Congress House Committee on Foreign Affairs, World Bank, Hawaii, Hong Kong, North Korea, South Korea, Philippines, Taiwan, Republic of China, Republic of Korea, Paul Knowles, Aloysius Schwartz, and United States-Asia Interparliamentary Conference. Correspondents include: Carl Albert (speeches), Frank Annunzio, Walter Flowers, Gerald R. Ford, Ferdinand E. Marcos, Romano L. Mazzoli, Thomas E. Morgan, Chung Hee Park, United States Dept. of State (telegrams), Mary Albert (speech), Harry C. Cromer, Dong Jo Kim, William J. Porter, and James C. H. Shen.

F 30: British-American Parliamentary Conference in Bermuda, 1972 Feb.

Conference was from February 10-14, 1972. Topics include: British-American Parliamentary Conference.

F 31-33: Visit by South Korean National Assembly to U.S., 1973 June - 1973 July.

Visit was from July 22-24, 1973. Topics include: Thomas P. "Tip" O'Neill, South Korea, and Republic of Korea. Correspondents include: United States Congress House Committee on Foreign Affairs and Harry C. Cromer.

F 34: Visit by Carl Albert to Oxford University, England, 1973 May - 1973 Oct.

Visit from October 3-8, 1973. Topics include: Oxford University. Correspondents include: Alec Cairncross.

Box 7

F 1: Visit to Mexico and California, 1973 Sept. - 1974 Apr.

Trip was from February 20-24, 1974. Topics include: Phillip Burton, Henry Kissinger, Inter-American Conference of Tlatelolco, and Document of Tlatelolco. Correspondents include: John L. Burton, Mike Mansfield, and Joseph J. Jova.

F 2-8: Visit by House Delegation to Asia led by Thomas P. O'Neill, 1972 Jan. - 1974 Apr.

Visit was from April 11-22, 1974. Topics include: Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and Republic of China. Correspondents include: Thomas P. "Tip" O'Neill, William A. Steiger, United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs, United States Dept. of State (telegrams), Harry C. Cromer, and James C. H. Chen.

F 9: Visit by Delegation from Supreme Soviet to the U.S., 1974 May.

Visit by Soviets with U.S. Representatives and Senators was from May 19-23, 1974. Topics include: United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs and the Soviet Union. Correspondents include: Richard W. Bolling, John H. Buchanan, Edward J. Derwinski, Paul Findley, Thomas S. Foley, Donald M. Fraser, Peter H. Frelinghuysen, Sam M. Gibbon, Benjamin S. Rosenthal, Clement J. Zablocki, and B. N. Ponomarev.

F 10-18: Visit by Carl Albert and John J. Rhodes to China, 1972 - 1976 Jan.

Visit was from March 26-April 9, 1975. Topics include: China, and People's Republic of China. Correspondents include: Carl Albert (report), George Bush, John J. Flynt, Frank J. Horton, Mike Mansfield (report), John J. Rhodes, Floyd Spence, Elmer B. Staats, and United States Comptroller of the Treasury.

F 19: National University Extension Association Conference in Puerto Rico, 1974 July - 1975 Feb.

Conference was from April 26-30, 1975. Topics include: National University Extension Association.

F 20-38: Visit by House Delegation to Europe, 1966 - 1976 July.

Trip lasted from August 4-29, 1975. Topics include: Les Aspin, Leonid Brezhnev, Nicolae Ceausescu, Josip Tito, Bureau of East-West Trade, agriculture, Detente, Jews in the Soviet Union, Yugoslav newspapers, Denmark, Portugal, Romania, Soviet Union, Spain, and Yugoslavia. Correspondents include: Richard T. Hanna, Richard H. Fulton, Tom Bevill, Marvin L. Esch, Phillip Burton, George E. Danielson, Ronald A. Sarasin, J. William Stanton, Phillip M. Landrum, Millicent Fenwick, William R. Archer, J. William Fulbright, John Brademas, Thomas S. Foley, Melvin Price, Delbert L. Latta, Tim Lee Carter, Gerald R. Ford, Mike Mansfield, Thomas E. Morgan, William J. Green, Joe Skubitz, United States Information Agency, United States Central Intelligence Agency, United States House Committee on Armed Services, United States Dept. of State (telegrams), Anatoly F. Dobrynin, Joaquin Romero-Maura, and National Conference on Soviet Jewry. Topics in these folders continue in Box 8, Folders 1-8

Box 8

F 1-8: Visit by House Delegation to Europe, 1966 - 1976 July.

Topics in these folders are described in Box 7, Folders 20-38.

F 20-24: Visit by Carl Albert to Middle East, 1975 Nov. - 1976 Sept.

Trip was from April 15-24, 1976. Topics include: Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Spain. Correspondents include: National Security Council (U.S.), United States Central Intelligence Agency, United States Dept. of State (telegrams), Richard Helms, and Arthur A. Houghton.

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