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Box 3

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Box 3: Government: General (1950) - Dunlap, E. T. (1951)

F 1: Government: General (1950).

Correspondence. Re: interpretation of Section II of the Fourteenth Amendment.

F 2: Government Contracts (1950).

Correspondence. Re: obtaining government contracts.

F 3: Grand River Dam Authority (1950).

Correspondence and brochure.

F 4: Inflation (1950).

F 5: Korea (1950).

a. Correspondence. Re: removal of troops; the shipping of materials to China.

b. Newsletter. "The Korean Information Bulletin." (Vol 1, No.3), (December 1950).

c. Communique. Re: meeting between Truman and Clement Atlee. (December 4, 1950).

F 6: Labor (1950).

Correspondence. Re: United Mine Workers of America.

F 7: Latter-Day Saints, Church of (1950).

Correspondence. Re: Brigham Young. Includes a magazine The Improvement Era, centennial issue. (July 1947). Correspondents include Arthur V. Watkins.

F 8: Lead Industry (1950).

a. Correspondence. Re: effect of lower tariffs. Includes a report from the Emergency Lead Committee.

b. Booklet. Emergency Lead Committee. "Before the U.S. Tariff Commission." (May 10, 1950).

F 9: Library of Congress (1950).

Correspondence. Re: topic. Includes "Information Bulletin." (December 18, 1950); and a copy of Public Affairs Abstracts. (January 1950).

F 10: Liquified Petroleum Gas (1950).

Correspondence. Includes a copy of an article from Butane-Propane News.

F 11: Maritime Matters (1950).

Correspondence. Includes a news release from the National Federation of American Shipping, Inc.

F 12: McAlester Chamber of Commerce (1950).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newsletter. Chamber of Commerce of the United States. "Governmental Affairs." (December 5, 1949).

F 13: Miscellaneous (1950).

a. Correspondence. Re: taxes; liquor laws; voting; Harry S. Truman; labor; and other topics. Correspondents include Josh Lee.

b. Newspaper clippings. Re: various topics.

c. Speech by Josh Lee. "The Planned Promotion of Air Transportation." Re: extension of air service. (May 25, 1950).

d. Booklet. The Phi Beta Kappa Associates. Re: Phi Beta Kappa members and the fraternity's history.

F 14: Miss Oklahoma (1950).

Correspondence. Re: entertaining Miss Oklahoma, Louise O'Brien, in Washington, D.C.

F 15: Mullen, J.S. (1950).

Correspondence. Re: coal strike; Harry S Truman; and other topics.

F 16: Murray, Governor Johnston (1950).

Correspondence. Re: invitation to inaugural ceremonies.

F 17: National Parks Association (1950).

F 18: Office: Miscellaneous (1950).


F 19: Oklahoma Attorney General (1950).

Correspondence. Re: Oklahoma state laws for women workers.

F 20: Oklahoma Delegation (1950).

Correspondence. Re: Federal Trade Commission Act Amendments, House Appropriations Committee actions, flood control program in Oklahoma, luncheons, Renaming the Red River, Elmer Thomas. Correspondents include John Jarman and Elmer Thomas.

F 21: Oklahoma: Education (1950).

Correspondence. Re: requests for new buildings.

F 22: Oklahoma Education Association (1950).

F 23: Oklahoma Employment Security Division (1950).

a. Correspondence. Re: Oklahoma labor market.

b. List. Oklahoma Employment Security Commission Offices and Managers. (May 1, 1950).

c. Booklet. Oklahoma Employment Security Commission. "The Oklahoma Labor Market." (September 1950; October 1950; November 1950).

F 24: Oklahoma Farmers Union (1950).

a. Correspondence. Re: income tax depletion allowance.

b. Resolution. Oklahoma Farmers Union at Annual Convention, 1950.

F 25: Oklahoma. State Dept. of Health (1950).

Correspondence. Re: reduction for Hospital Survey and Construction Act; mailing of immunization records.

F 26: Oklahoma Historical Society (1950).

F 27: Oklahoma: Indian Affairs (1950).

Correspondence. Re: request to furnish certificates of age for members of the Five Civilized tribes.

F 28: Oklahoma Medical Association (1950).

Correspondence. Re: discontinuation of the Index Catalogue of the Office of the Surgeon General.

F 29: Oklahoma Public Expenditures Council (1950).

a. Correspondence. Re: deficit spending; public welfare. Includes booklet "Oklahoma's Welfare Problem." (April 1950).

b. Bulletin. Oklahoma Public Expenditures Council. "Your Report on Government." (March 1950).

F 30: Oklahoma State Legislative Council (1950).

Report. "State Legislative Council Second Biennial Report, 1949-1950."

F 31: Oklahoma State Society (1950).

List. Oklahoma State Society members.

F 32: Oratorical Contest (1950).

Correspondence. Re: Carl Albert Oratorical Contest. Includes the winning speech.

F 33: Peanuts (1950).

Newspaper clipping.

F 34: Personal (1950).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Henry G. Bennett, Johnston Murray, and Julian J. Rothbaum.

b. Booklet by Willie E. Stone. "The Proposed 23rd Amendment to the Constitution of the United States." Re: limitation of government activities in various fields.

c. Reprint of article. "Against Recognition of China." New York Times. (June 7, 1950).

d. Brochure. Re: The Advertising Council.

e. Newspaper clipping. "Governor at Luncheon." Tulsa Daily World. Re: photo of Albert at a luncheon with Robert S. Kerr, Roy Turner and his family. (n.d.)

f. Newspaper clipping. "Rep. Gilmer's Record." The Tulsa Tribune. Re: Dixie Gilmer. (n.d.)

F 35: Planning and Resources Board (1950).

a. Correspondence. Re: proposed canal in Oklahoma City.

b. Report. Oklahoma Planning and Resources Board. Re: proposed projects.

F 36A: Post Office Department (1950).

a. Correspondence. Re: postal service; new post offices in the Third District.

b. Newspaper clipping. Re: Oklahoma cities eligible for new post offices.

F 36B: Projects (1950).

a. Correspondence. Re: Boswell dam, excise tax, Choctaw Indians, cotton allotments. Correspondents include Carl Albert.

b. Press Releases by Carl Albert. Re: Choctaw Indians, cotton allotments, Five Civilized Tribes, and Highway 59.

F 37: Puterbaugh, J. G. (1950).

Correspondence. Re: Southwestern Power Administration; labor strikes; taxes.

F 38: Redistricting (1950).

F 39: Railroad Strike (1950).

F 40: Rent Control (1950).

F 41: Reserve Officers Training Corps (1950).

Correspondence. Re: use of colleges as Armed Forces Training Centers.

F 42: Russia (1950).

Correspondence. Re: communism.

F 43: Sesquicentennial National Capital Commission (1950).

a. Press release.

b. Pamphlet. Re: Washington, D.C. Sesquicentennial.

F 44: Schedules (1950).

Correspondence. Re: various plans of Carl Albert.

F 45: Southeastern Electric Company (1950).

Correspondence. Re: request for a loan.

F 46: Statehood: Alaska and Hawaii (1950).

Abstract. Public Affairs Abstract. (December 1950).

F 47: Steel Expansion (1950).

a. Report. United States Department of Commerce. Re: steel capacity.

b. Memorandum. American Iron and Steel Institute. (September 1950).

F 48: Synthetic Liquid Fuels (1950).

Report. Secretary of the Interior. Re: Annual Report 1949.

F 49: Talihina State Hospital (1950).

a. Correspondence.

b. Press Release from Carl Albert.

c. Newspaper clipping.

F 50: Tariffs and Trade (1950).

Correspondence. Re: products which may have their duty cut. Includes a booklet.

F 51: Taxes (1950).

F 52: Third District (1950).

Correspondence. Re: nomination for Congress.

F 53: Third District: Election (1950).

Newspaper clippings.

F 54: Tuskahoma Indian Experiment Station (1950).

F 55: United World Federalists (1950).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include George L. Cross.

b. Magazine article. "World Federation. The Southern Banker.

c. Report. Columbia University. "The 'New Internationalism' Under Attack." (February 1, 1950).

F 56: United World Federalists of Oklahoma (1950).

a. Correspondence. Re: Albert's non-support of state question 344. Includes newspaper clippings.

b. Newspaper clippings.

c. Resolution. Altus Scottish Rite Club. Re: topic.

F 57: Veterans Agricultural Training Program (1950).

F 58: Visitors: General (1950).

F 59: Vocational Rehabilitation (1950).

Correspondence. Re: possibility of transfer of Vocational Rehabilitation to the U.S. Department of Labor.

F 60: White House: Renovations (1950).

Questionnaire. Commission on Renovation of the Executive Mansion. Re: White House memento.

F 61A: Williams, Judge Robert L. (Biography) (1950).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newspaper clippings.

F 61B: Agriculture: Broomcorn (1951).

Correspondence. Re: broom-making industry.

F 62: Agriculture: Cotton (1951).

F 63: Agriculture: General (1951).

Reprinted article. "Management of Public Land Resources." Yale Law Journal.

F 64: Agriculture: Peanuts (1951).

F 65: American Farm Bureau Federation (1951).

Correspondence. Re: inflation. Includes resolution adopted by delegates at the Annual Meeting of the AFBF, December 11-14, 1950; cotton. Includes minutes of cotton meeting, January 9, 1951.

F 66: Atlantic Union Resolution (1951).

F 67: Broadcasting Stations (1951).

Correspondence. Re: High School Day KNED in McAlester; appearance on the Texas Quality Network Forum.

F 68: Buchanan, Frank (1951).

F 69: Colleagues (1951).

Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include John V. Beamer, Gordon Canfield, Charles B. Deane, Louis B. Heller, Sam Rayburn, John McCormack, J. Priest, Paul Stewart, Joseph Martin, and Joseph William.

F 70: Committee for Constitutional Government (1951).

a. Correspondence.

b. Booklet. Committee for Constitutional Government. Re: leadership.

c. Reprint.

d. Memorandum. Rhode Island Committee.

e. Reprint. "What Happened to You?"

f. Bill of Responsibilities. American Citizenship Committee, State Bar of Texas.

g. Newspaper clippings.

h. Reprint. "Needed Now-Capacity got Leadership, Courage to Lead."

F 71: Communism (1951).

a. Correspondence. Kiwanis Club; Booker T. Washington Birthplace Memorial. Includes a commemorative 1951 half dollar.

b. Speech by Joseph McCarthy. "Let Them Fall But Do Not Let It Appear That We Pushed Them."

F 72: Crackpot File (1951).

F 73: Credit Unions (1951).

Correspondence. Includes a resolution passed by the E.S.E.O. Federal Credit Union.

F 74: Crime (1951).

Correspondence. Re: Oklahoma State Federation of Women's Clubs. Includes resolutions passed by the Federation.

F 75: Critical Defense Housing Areas (1951).

Correspondence. Re: McAlester as a defense housing and area.

F 76: Democratic National Committee (1951).

a. Correspondence.

b. Report. Democratic National Committee. "International Information Activities of the Department of State."

c. Pamphlet. Democratic National Committee. "Choosing Our Course for the Next Four Years."

d. Pamphlet. "Plain Words About Politics."

e. Leaflet. "The Democratic Party is the Prosperity Party."

F 77: Democratic Party (1951).

Correspondence. Re: Fulbright and Kefauver investigations; candidates for office. Correspondents include Oscar V. Rose and A. S. "Mike" Monroney.

F 78: Displaced Persons (1951).

F 79: District Correspondence (1951).

F 80: District of Columbia (1951).

Correspondence. Re: local self-government.

F 81: Dunlap, E. T. (1951).

Correspondence. Re: thank you letter.

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