CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
GENERAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 6

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Box 6: Gardner, Leonard (1953) - White House Conference on Highway Safety (1954)

F 1: Gardner, Leonard (1953).

a. Correspondence. Re: Postwar Japan.

b. Newsletter."Japan Travel News."(March 15, 1953).

c. Newsletter."Japan Travel News."(December 1, 1952).

F 2: Gates Creek Dam (1953).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Gates Creek Bill Passes State House."Southeast Oklahoman. (February 19, 1953).

c. Newspaper clipping."Committee Okays Choctaw County Dam." McAlester News-Capital. (March 6, 1953).

F 3: Government (1953).

Correspondence. Re: private enterprise system.

F 4: Inauguration (1953).

a. Correspondence. Re. Inauguration of Dwight D. Eisenhower.

b. Newspaper. "Inaugural Souvenir Editions." Times Herald.

c. Booklet. "Inaugural 1953-Complementary Guide Book."

d. Sheet music. Words by Hiram D. Hirsch/Music by Jewel M. Frank. "A March to Eisenhower." (1953).

e. Program. "Inauguration Ceremonies Program." (January 20, 1953)

f. Inaugural invitation.

g. Automobile pass.

h. Pass. Re: admittance to the Inauguration ceremony. (January 20, 1953).

i. Forms.Re:1953 Presidential Inaugural Edition package.

j. Invitation. Re: Inaugural Ball.

k. Memorandum. Joint Inaugural Committee. Re: Inaugural ceremonies.

l. Notice. Inaugural Committee 1953. Re: purchase of an Inaugural medal.

m. Invitation. Inaugural Committee.

F 5: Kappa Alpha (1953).

a. Correspondence. Re: request for biography of Albert.

b. Biographical sketch. Re: Albert 1908 to 1953.

c. Manual. "It's a Grand Old Gang." Re: Kappa Alpha Order. (1953).

F 6: Korea (1953).

a. Correspondence. Re: Korean War.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Korea Draft Greenback Conscious." (n.s;n.d)

c. Questionnaire. "Facts Forum." Re: Government.

F 7: Lake Texoma (1953).

Correspondence. Re: water level of Lake Texoma.

F 8: League of Women Voters (1953).

Correspondence. Re: The National Voter which is enclosed.

F 9: Miscellaneous (1953).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Roy J. Turner, J. G. Puterbaugh, Johnston Murray, Ferman Phillips, A. E. Shearer, and Billy Graham.

b. Folder. "Beginning a Series on a New Age of Science in Industry." Fortune. (January 1953). Letter from Public Service Company of Oklahoma included.

c. Flyer. Re: YMCA.

d. Program. Oklahoma City Gridiron Club's Silver Anniversary Banquet.

e. Leaflet. University of Oklahoma.

F 10: National Art Gallery (1953).

a. Correspondence. Re: special admittance cards to the National Art Gallery.

b. Schedule. Re: calendar of events for March 1953.

F 10B: Oklahoma Delegation (1953).

Folder primarily consists of correspondence re Albert's part of the expenses for various events.

F 10C: Oklahoma Employment Security Commission (1953).

Includes Oklahoma Labor Market booklets for March-May, August, and December.

F 11: Oklahoma Farm Bureau (1953).

Correspondence. Re: The Oklahoma Farm Bureau Affiliates with the American Farm Bureau Federation. Re: use of Commodity Credit Corporation Stocks for expanding free world economics.

F 12: Oklahoma News (1953).

a. Newspaper clipping."Maryland Rates Slight Nod Over O. U. in Orange Bowl." McAlester News-Capital. (December 29, 1953).

b. Newspaper clipping. "Carl DeWolf and his 15 Stays Voted Top News Story in Oklahoma in 1953." (December 31, 1953).

F 12B: Oklahoma Public Expenditures Council (1953).

F 13: Oklahoma Public Health Association (1953).

a. Correspondence. Re: preventive public health programs in Oklahoma.

b. Resolution. Oklahoma Public Health Association. "Resolution Pertaining to Federal Finances for Public Health." (December 5, 1953).

F 14: Oklahoma State Legislature (1953).

Miscellaneous resolutions passed by the legislature.

F 15: Oklahoma Vocational Rehabilitation (1953).

a. Correspondence. Re: financial assistance for people and the Rehabilitation program.

b. Article. "Presidents' Page." Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association. (March 1953).

c. Resolution. State Board of Vocational Education in Oklahoma. Re: loss of funds. (September 18, 1953).

d. Report. Vocation Rehabilitation Division. "Report for the Biennium." Re: assessment of funds.

F 16: Oratorical Contest (1953).

a. Correspondence. Re: Third District Oratorical Contest.

b. Speech by Shirley Reddish. "A Weak Cog in A Giant Wheel." Re: minority rights.

F 17: Personal, A-K (1953).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Wilburn Cartwright and Norman Futor.

b. Newspaper clipping. "What Are We Waiting For?" Washington Star. Re: photo of Mary Frances. (August 2, 1953).

c. Speech by John L. Lewis. Re: coal mining conditions. (1947).

d. Invitation. Re: invitation to the wedding of Senator John F. Kennedy to Jacqueline Lee Bouvier on September 12, 1953.

F 18: Personal, L-Z (1953).

a. Correspondents include Julian J. Rothbaum and George Nigh.

b. Article. "AF Vets in 83rd Congress." Air Force Magazine. (n.d.)

c. Newspaper clipping. "Albert Serves on Agriculture Committee." Sequoyah County Times. (June 5, 1953).

d. Birth Announcement. Re: arrival of Jack Stamper's son.

e. Bulletin. "Indian Consistory News." Re: the Masonry.

F 19: Publicity (1953).

Correspondence. Re: Albert's upcoming campaign.

F 20: Radio Stations (1953).

a. Correspondence. Re; Radio Station KWHP.

b. Map. Re: Radio Station KWHP Coverage Map.

F 21: Republicans (1953).

a. Correspondence. Re: Birthday party in honor of President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

b. Invitation. The Republican Finance Committee of Pennsylvania. Re: Birthday party in honor of President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

c. Form. Republican Finance Committee of Pennsylvania. Re: payment for tickets to President Eisenhower's Birthday party.

F 22: Roosevelt, Theodore (1953).

a. Correspondence. Re: Sagamore Hill, home of Theodore Roosevelt.

b. Flyer. Theodore Roosevelt Association. Re: Sagamore Hill.

c. Fact Sheet. Benn Hall Associates. Re: Sagamore Hill.

d. Fact Sheet. Benn Hall Associates. Re: Dedication of Sagamore Hill.

F 23: Smithville Plant (1953).

F 24: Southeastern Co-op (1953).

Correspondence. Re: R. E. A. service.

F 25: Tishomingo Airport (1953).

F 26: Wichita Wildlife Refuge (1953).

F 27: Willis Bridge (1953).

Correspondence. Re: construction of the Willis Bridge.

F 28: Wister Dam (1953).

Correspondence. Re: High water releases from Wister Dam.

F 29: Young Democrat Convention (1953).

Correspondents include W. H. Langley

F 30: Agriculture: General (1954).

Correspondence. Re: agricultural problems such as drought and prices.

F 31: American Legion (1954).

F 32: Appointments (1954).

Newspaper clipping. "Big Demo Rally Scheduled for Next Friday" and Kerr and Gary will be Here for Rally." McAlester News-Capital and McAlester Democrat. Re: Pre-election rally in McAlester, Oklahoma. (September 23-4, 1954).

F 33: CARE (1954).

a. Invitation. CARE. "To Help Themselves." Re: 30 minute documentary.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Food and Hunger." The New York Times. (January 18, 1954).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Outlets for Surpluses." The Washington Post. (January 20, 1954).

F 34: Cattle (1954).

Correspondence. Re: price of cattle.

F 35: Cattle Raisers Association (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: Phillips Gas case.

b. Resolution. Board of Directors of the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association. Re: Phillips Gas case. (October 7, 1954).

F 36: Central Air Lines (1954).

a. Booklet. The Chamber of Commerce of Muskogee, the People of Muskogee, and Central Airlines. "Operation Backscratch."

b. Flyers. Re: Central Airlines. (May 3 and December 7, 1954).

F 37: Coal Industry (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: problems faced by the coal industry.

b. Press Release. L. C. Campbell, President of the National Coal Association. Re: problems faced by the coal industry. (December 17, 1954).

F 38: Colleagues (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: Ways and Means Committee appointment, exhibits, publications, thank you letters, and invitations. Correspondents include Hugh Alexander, Robert Crosser, Harlan Hagen, A. S. Herlong, Cecil R. King, Edward P. Boland, Fred E. Busbey, A. S. J. Carnahan, Carl T. Curtis, Howard S. Miller, Wright Patman, Robert L. F. Sikes, Olin E. Teague, William K. Van Pelt, and W. Sterling Cole.

b. Card. Re: NRA Exhibit. (March 27-April, 1954).

c. Flyer. Stephen A. Moynahan, District Attorney for the Western District of Massachusetts. Re: child safety.

d. Flyer. Brown County Soil Conservation District. "Little Delaware-Mission Creek Demonstration." (August 18, 1954).

e. Advertisement. "Plymouth Cheese Counter."

f. Report. Pat Hillings. Re: domestic issues. (August 9, 1954).

g. Reprint. Congressional Record. Re: Robert Crosser. (1954).

F 39: Colleagues: Christmas Cards, 1954.

Correspondence. Re: Paul F. Schenk. Includes photo of Schenk and family.

F 40: Communism (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: opinions on communism in the world.

b. Booklet by Clarence Manion. "Liberty or Communism."

F 41: Congressional Secretaries Club (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: general business.

b. Bulletin. "Congressional Secretaries Club Bulletin." (January-August, 1954).

c. Booklet. "Congressional Secretaries Club." Re: Constitution.

d. Flyer. The National Secretaries Association. "An All-Day Secretarial Workshop." (January 23, 1954).

e. Report. Congressional Secretaries Club. "Report of the President 1953-1954."

f. Order form. Federal Recreation Committee. "Ten Great Concerts in Constitution Hall."

F 42: Crackpot File (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Flyers. "George H. Hunt-Democrat for U. S. Senator."

F 43: Democratic National Committee (1954)

a. Correspondence. Re: general business of the Democratic National Committee. Correspondents include Julian J. Rothbaum.

b. Order form. Re: Reservation requests for hotels and Democratic National Committee Dinner. (March 6, 1954).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Albert Given High Demo Job." (n.s;n.d)

d. Press Release. American Farm Bureau Federation. Re: President Eisenhower's farm policy. (January 29, 1954)

e. Schedule. Democratic National Committee. Re: Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinners. (1954).

f. Reservation. Re: Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinners 1954. (May 6, 1954).

g. Memorandum. Democratic National Committee. Re: Executive Club of Chicago.

F 44: Democratic National Committee: Speakers Bureau (1954).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include John D. Dingell, Clyde Doyle, Ed Edmondson, D. R. Matthews, and Philip J. Philbin.

b. Press Release. Publicity Division of the Democratic National Committee. Re: speaking engagement. (August 26, 1954).

c. List. Re: speaking engagements. (September 11, 1954).

d. Memorandum. Re: Speaking engagements.

e. List. Re: telephone calls charged. (September 1-8, 1954).

F 45: Democratic National Congressional Committee (1954).

Correspondence. Correspondents include Michael J. Kirwan.

F 46: Democratic Party: National (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: includes Eisenhower's attack on Democrats and Congress. Correspondents include Joe L. Evins, Lyndon B. Johnson, Estes Kefauver, Charles D. Deane, Sam Rayburn, and Stephen A. Mitchell.

b. Transcript. Re: broadcast by NBC of Congressman George S. Long. Re: Eisenhower Administration and Congress.

c. Invitation. Woman's National Democratic Club. Re: All-States Bazaar. (March 31, 1954).

F 47: Democratic Party of Oklahoma. (1954).

a. Correspondence.

b. Flyer. Re: Herbert Bagwell's musical, "The Gypsies!"

c. List. Office of Insurance Commissioner. Re: official election returns for the Democratic Runoff Primary. (July 24, 1954).

d. Resolutions. League of Young Democrats. (February 20, 1954).

e. Schedule. Re: speaking engagements. (October 11, 1954).

F 48: Democratic State Central Committee of Oklahoma (1954).

a. Correspondence.

b. Resolutions. Democratic State Central Committee. (February 8, 1954).

c. Resolutions. Choctaw County Democratic Central Committee. (January 16, 1954).

F 49: Dixie Cup Company (1954).

a. Correspondence.

b. Report. Dixie Cup Company. "1953 Annual Report-Dixie Cup Company."

F 50: Eufaula Dam (1954).

Correspondence. Re: speaking engagement.

F 51: Farmer Unions (1954).

a. Correspondence.

b. Report. The National Farmers Union. "Farmers Union in Washington." (February 19, 1954).

F 52: Food Emulsifiers (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: Atlas Powder Company.

b. Press Releases. Atlas Powder Company. (February 16, 1954).

F 53: The Food Group (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: members of the Food Group.

b. Directory. "The Food Group-Wash. D. C." Re: "Agricultural Landholding in Burma, 1950-1951."

F 54: Gardner, Leonard (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: Japan.

b. Newsletters. Japan Travel Bureau. "Japan Travel News." (September and February 15, 1954).

F 55: Gates Creek Dam Association (1954).

Correspondence. Re: Albert becoming a member of the Gates Creek Dam Association.

F 56: Hi-Y Program (1954).

Correspondence. Re: invitation for Albert to serve as a member of the Honorary Committee of the State-Wide Hi-Y Youth and Government Program.

F 57: Indochina (1954).

Correspondence. Re: opinions towards Indochina and the war.

F 58: Joint Committee on Printing (1954).

Correspondence. Re: pictorial directory for the Eighty-Fourth Congress.

F 59: Kappa Alpha (1954).

Correspondence. Re: 50th Anniversary of the Kappa Alpha Fraternity in Oklahoma. Correspondents include J. Edgar Hoover.

F 60: Korean Casualties (1954).

Press Release. Department of Defense: Office of Public Information. Re: Army names and addresses of personnel missing in Korea who are presumed dead.

F 61: Lake Texoma (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: sale of land surrounding Lake Texoma. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Session to Encourage Sale of Texoma Land." The Denison Herald. (January 6, 1954).

c. Newspaper clipping. :CC Hears Promises to Study, Texoma Land Sale Proposal." The Denison Herald. (January 8, 1954).

d. Map. Allen Hill Agency (Insurance-Bonds). Re: Lake Texoma.

e. Resolution. Love County Chamber of Commerce. Re: sale of land surrounding Lake Texoma. (January 27, 1954).

f. Proposed law. Durant Chamber of Commerce. Re: sale of land surrounding Lake Texoma. (January 7, 1954).

g. Resolution. Durant Chamber of Commerce. Re: sale of land surrounding Lake Texoma. (January 7, 1954).

h. Resolution. Madill Chamber of Commerce. Re: sale of land surrounding Lake Texoma. (December 11, 1953).

F 62: Lobbying (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: blank lobbying reports.

b. Report. "Pursuant to Federal Regulation of Lobbying Act."

F 63: McAlester, Okla.: News (1954).

a. Newspaper clipping. "Town Fire Causes Damage Near $250,000." McAlester News-Capital. (December 22, 1953).

b. Newspaper clipping. "Sideswipes." McAlester News-Capital. (December 31, 1953).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Downtown Kiowa Swept by Flames the Damage Three Stores and Theater." McAlester News-Capital. (January 22, 1954).

d. Newspaper clipping. "Industries, Inc., Presented Land." McAlester News-Capital. (February 13, 1954).

e. Newspaper clipping. "Train Bringing School Men Home Jumps the Track." Madill Record. (February 25, 1954).

f. Newspaper clipping. "Sideswipes." McAlester News-Capital. (April 16, 1954).

g. Newspaper clipping. "So They Say." McAlester News-Capital. (n.d.).

h. Newspaper clipping. "U.S. to Sell Victory Park Properties." McAlester News-Capital. (n.d.).

F 64: Meteorological Disaster Defense and Investigation Council (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: establishment of a National Disaster Research Institution.

b. Proposal. National Meteorological Disaster Defense and Investigation Council. Re: a proposal for the establishment of a Foundation to coordinate and control research and development in connection with meteorological disasters. (November 17-19, 1954).

F 65: Minority Clerk: Truman Ward (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Creed by William Tyler Page. "The American's Creed."

c. Report. Members of Congress. "Washington Report." Re: 83rd Congress.

F 66: Miscellaneous (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Report. Bunn Collection Service. Re: Confidential Report No. 27. (January 25, 1954).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Toy Terriers Bow to Imps, 49-47." (n.s.;n.d.).

d. Newspaper clipping. "Col. Edwin Burba is New Chief of Staff for Third Division." (January 5, 1953). (n.s.).

e. Brochure. Re: Meridian Hill.

f. Announcement. L. N. Hunter of the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers. Re: the appointment of Elmer R. Kaiser.

g. Advertisement. Re: doormats.

F 67: National Cottonseed Products Association (1954).

Address. National Cottonseed Products Association. "The Effects of Price Support Upon the Markets for Cottonseed Products." (June 4, 1954).

F 68: National Farmers Union (1954).

Correspondence. Re: successful farming poll and the National Farmers Union Convention.

F 69: National Grange (1954).

Correspondence. Re: Herschel D. Newsom's 1954 annual address.

F 70: Office: Memos and Business (1954).

a. Correspondence.

b. Memoranda.

c. Newspaper. "Congressional Pay Increase is Favored." The Congress Times. (April, 1954).

F 71: Oklahoma A and M (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: a visit by Emperor Selassie of Ethiopia.

b. Biography. "In Honour of His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I-Emperor of Ethiopia. Re: Emperor Selassie and Ethiopia."

F 72: Oklahoma Association of Soil Conservation (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: Oklahoma Ranch and Farm World.

b. Resolution. Oklahoma Association of Soil Conservation Districts. Re: Soil Conservation and Management Research Program. (January 25, 1954).

F 73: Oklahoma Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: requests for quarterly progress reports.

b. Reports. Oklahoma Games and Fish Department, Oklahoma A and M College, Wildlife Management Institute, and Fish and Wildlife Service. "Oklahoma Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit." (July 1-December, 1953).

F 74: Oklahoma Corporation Commission (1954).

Correspondence. Re: Oklahoma-Arkansas Telephone Company.

F 75: Oklahoma Council of Public Ethics (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: article written by Howard O. Eaton called "Ethics is for the Birds." Correspondents include Page Belcher, Ed Edmondson, John Jarman, Robert S. Kerr, A. S. Mike Monroney, Tom Steed, and Victor Wickersham.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Bi-Partisan Support for Political Ethics Council in Oklahoma." The Citizen. (March 29, 1954).

F 76: Oklahoma Delegation (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: rural mail carrier court case. Correspondents include John Jarman.

b. Newsletter from Robert S. Kerr. "A Report from Senator Kerr in Washington." Re: domestic issues. (March 22, 1954).

F 77: Oklahoma Education Association (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: breakfast program.

b. List. American Association of School Administrators. (1954).

F 78: Oklahoma Employment Security Commission (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: the "Oklahoma Labor Market" publication.

b. Booklets. Oklahoma Employment Security Commission. "Oklahoma Labor Market." (February, April, June-July, September, November-December, 1954).

F 79: Oklahoma Farm Bureau (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Newspaper. Oklahoma Farm Bureau Farmer. (January 4, 1954).

F 80: Oklahoma Farmers Union (1954).

Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Robert S. Kerr.

F 81: Oklahoma: General (1954).

Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Raymond Gary and A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 82: Oklahoma Geological Society (1954).

Memorandum. Oklahoma Geological Survey. "Memorandum on Oil, Gas, and Coal, in Oklahoma." (November 30, 1953).

F 83: Oklahoma Government (1954).

a. Newspaper clipping. "This Law We're For." Southeast Oklahoma. (March 11, 1954).

b. Newspaper clipping. "Gary Determined Oklahoma Will Sell More Crude." Daily Ardmoreite. (December 28, 1954).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Gary to Make GRDA Appointment Early." Daily Ardmoreite. (December 28, 1954).

d. Newspaper clipping. "Gary's Choice for Key Senate Post is Named." Daily Oklahoman. (November 23, 1954).

e. Newspaper clipping. Tension is Eased for Gary, Senate." Daily Oklahoman. (November 24, 1954).

f. Newspaper clipping. "Decks Cleared for Organization of State Senate." McAlester News-Capital (November 17, 1954).

g. Newspaper clipping. "Gary Victor is First Test of Strength." Tulsa Daily World. (November 23, 1954).

h. Newspaper clipping. "Gary Will Keep Stoldt as State Highway Chief." The Daily Oklahoman. (November 25, 1954).

i. Newspaper clipping. "Gary Favors Road Use Tax Farmarking." Tulsa Daily World. (November 25, 1954).

j. Newspaper clipping. "Gary Proposes an Amendment or Road Taxes." Daily Oklahoman. (November 19, 1954).

k. Newspaper clipping. "Gary Measures to Hit In Hurry." Daily Oklahoman. (November 19, 1954).

l. Newspaper clipping. "Health Insurance Asked for Persons on Welfare Rolls." McAlester News-Capital. (November 18, 1954).

m. Newspaper clipping. "Gary Asks New Economic Board." Daily Oklahoman. (November 17, 1954).

n. Newspaper clipping. "Gary Will Push Personnel Bill in Legislature." Daily Oklahoman. (November 18, 1954).

F 84: Oklahoma High School Speech League (1954).

Correspondence. Re: Oklahoma High School Speech League membership.

F 85: Oklahoma News (1954).

a. Newspaper clipping. "Outlook Bright for State's Coal Fields." Hartshorne Sun. (July 29, 1954).

b. Newspaper clipping. "Employment in State Increased in October." Tulsa Daily World. (November 18, 1954).

F 86: Oklahoma Planning and Resources Board (1954).

Correspondence. Re: Forestry Cooperative program.

F 87: Oklahoma Politics (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: Topics include Johnston Murray.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Contingency Fund May Be Taken From Governor." McAlester News-Capital. (February 20, 1954).

c. Newspaper clipping. "He Calls it Bribery." The Daily Oklahoman. (February 3, 1954).

d. Newspaper clipping. "Wallace Heads County G. O. P; Hugoan District Demo Chief." The McAlester News--Capital. (January 25, 1954).

e. Newspaper clipping. "Tri-County Politics Begin to Simmer." (February 11, 1954). (n.s.)

f. Newspaper clipping. "Murray Changes Mind About Announcement." McAlester News-Capital. (n.d.)

F 88: Oklahoma Power and Propulsion Lab (1954).

Correspondence. Re: explanation of Oklahoma Power and Propulsion Lab.

F 89: Oklahoma State Federation of Labor (1954).

Resolution. Oklahoma State Federation of Labor. Re: increase of salary and operating expenses for United States Senators and Congressmen. (October 14-16, 1954).

F 90: Oklahoma. State Game and Fish Dept. (1954).

a. Correspondence.

b. Pamphlet. Fish and Wildlife Service. "Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration, General Information, 1952." (January and March, 1952).

F 91: Oklahoma. State Highway Commission (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: names and addresses of State Highway Commission employees.

b. List. "State Highway Department Employees-Congressional District No. 3."

F 92: Oklahoma State Society of Washington, D. C. (1954).

Correspondence. Re: invitation.

F 93: Oratorical Contest (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: Third District Oratorical Contest.

b. Speech by Patsy Powell. "Oklahoma's Greatest Natural Resource."

F 94: Ouachita National Forest Highway (1954).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newspaper clipping.

F 95: Patronage (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: patronage for the following jobs: Postmaster, position on the Ways and Means Committee, Office of the Clerk of the House, Superintendent of the House Folding Room, etc. Correspondents include J. Wesley Gowen, Noble J. Gregory, H. H. Morris, Zeake W. Johnson, Tom Murray, Ralph R. Roberts, Brent Spence, and Roy P. Stewart.

b. Photograph. Re: Brent Spence.

F 96: Personal, A-H (1954).

Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Dwight Eisenhower, Raymond Gary, and H. B. Groh.

F 97A: Personal, I-Z (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics including re-registration.of voters in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Robert S. Kerr, Earl Welch, Duncan Peacock, Katherine Albert Peacock, and George H. Wilson.

b. Clipping. "Albert Seeks Enactment of Indian Bill." Tulsa Tribune. Re: Indian legislation, Dec. 9, 1954.

F 97B: Personnel: Federal and State (1954).

Lists. Re: names and addresses of federal and state employees.

F 98: Pictures (1954).

Correspondence. Re: photos taken.

F 99: Pittsburg County Milk Producers (1954).

Petition. Pittsburg Milk Producers Association. Re: price of milk. (January 18, 1954).

F 100: Polycultural Institution of America (1954).

a. Correspondence.

b. Advertisement. Re: course at Polycultural University of America.

F 101: Publicity (1954).

a. Bulletin. National Postal Transport Association. "The Round Up." (October 1, 1954).

b. Bulletin. "The Oklahoma Pharmacist." (February 1954).

F 102: Puerto Rico Shootings (1954).

Correspondence.

F 103: Puterbaugh, J. G. (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Poem by Al Clarke. "What's Wrong with Me."

c. Speech by J. G. Puterbaugh. "Abraham Lincoln." (February 9, 1954).

d. Speech by J. G. Puterbaugh. "Thomas Jefferson's System of Study." (July 29, 1954).

e. Magazine. New Age. (August 1954).

F 104: Schedules (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: appointment.

b. Schedules. Re: Carl Albert's schedule.

F 105: Sergeant-at-Arms (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: Sergeant-at-Arms and his duties. Correspondents include Jere Cooper, Robert E. Jones, Albert Rains, and Armistead I. Selden.

b. Pamphlet. U. S. Civil Service Commission. "Group Life Insurance for Federal Civilians Employees." (August 17, 1954).

c. Waiver. U. S. House of Representatives-Disbursing Office. Re: Life Insurance Coverage.

d. Form. U. S. Civil Service Commission. Re: Designation of Beneficiary.

F 106: Student Exchange Program (1954).

Correspondence.

F 107: Summer Institute of Linguistics (1954).

Correspondence. Re: book about General Lazaro Cardenas.

F 108: Taxes (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: bond taxation.

b. Calender. Associated Industries of Oklahoma. "1954Tax Calendar."

F 109: Tulsa Chamber of Commerce (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: National Affairs Committee.

b. Report. National Affairs Committee. "Tulsa Chamber of Commerce." (February 4, 1954).

F 110: U. A. W.-C. I. O. (1954).

a. Correspondence. Re: Ammunition magazine.

b. Magazine. U. A. W.-C. I. O. Ammunition. (October 1954).

F 111: University of Oklahoma (1954).

Correspondence. Re: speaking engagements.

F 112: Veterans of Foreign Wars (1954).

Correspondence. Re: various topics.

F 113: Vocational Education (1954).

Correspondence. Re: increase in appropriations for vocational education.

F 114: Vocational Rehabilitation. (1954).

Correspondence. Re: increase in appropriations for the George Barben Fund.

F 115: Voting Age (1954).

Correspondence. Cartoon. Air Force Daily. (January 20, 1954).

F 116: White House (1954).

Correspondence. Re: Federal employee benefits.

F 117: White House Conference on Highway Safety (1954).

List. Re: invitation list to the White House Conference on Highway Safety, explanation of what it is, and program included.

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