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Box 9: Dams:  Mountain Fork Project (1956) - Personal, T-Z (1956)

F 1: Dams: Mountain Fork Project (1956).

a. Correspondence.

b. Petition.

F 2: Dams: Oologah (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: oil reserves affected by Oologah Dam.

b. Statement by H. S. Milan. Re: oil reserves affected by Oologah. (March 27, 1956).

F 3: Dams: Sawyer (1956).

Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 4: Dams: Waurika Reservoir (1956).

Correspondence. Correspondents include Raymond Gary, Allan Shivers, Robert S. Kerr, Price Daniel, Victor Wickersham, Martin Dies, and Frank Ikard.

F 5: Defense: General (1956).

Correspondence. Re: U. S. Defense Program.

F 6: Democratic National Committee (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics including the upcoming Presidential election. Correspondents include Charles B. Deane, Ed Edmondson, John J. Sparkman, George Bell Timmerman, Jr., and Chet Holifield.

b. Resolution. Executive Committee of the Democratic National Committee. (November 27, 1956).

c. List. Re: proposed Advisory Committee of the Democratic National Committee.

d. Memorandum. Research Division, Democratic National Committee. Re: Maine election. (September 10, 1956).

e. Press Release. Democratic National Committee. Re: upcoming election.

f. Newspaper. AFL-CIO News. (December 15, 1956).

F 7: Democratic National Committee (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. including the upcoming election.

b. Pamphlet. Democratic National Committee. "Registration - First Big Step Toward Victory."

c. Brochure. "Your Washington, D. C. Guide."

d. Brochure. Your Guide to Washington, D. C."

e. Resolution. Platform and Resolutions Committee of the South Carolina Democratic Convention. (March 21, 1956).

f. Fact Sheet. Democratic Fact Sheet. "How Ike is Giving Us a Second-Best Military Force." (July 18, 1956).

g. Fact Sheet from the Democratic National Committee. Re: apportionment of delegates and alternates at the 1956 Democratic National Convention.

h. Newsletter. Public Affairs Division, Democratic National Committee "Capitol Capsules." (May 14,1956).

i. Fact Sheet. Democratic Fact Sheet. "GOP`Leap-Year Liberalism'." (n.d.)

j. Press release. Publicity Division, Democratic National Committee. Re: office of the President.

k. Analysis of Eisenhower's State of the Union message of January 5, 1956.

F 8: Democratic Party (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics including the upcoming election Presidential election. Correspondents include E. C. Gathings and Adlai E. Stevenson.

b. Pamphlet. Government Printing Office. "Manner of Selecting Delegates to National Political Conventions and the Nomination and Election of Presidential Electors." (1955).

F 9: Democratic Party: Oklahoma (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: Democratic dinners and resolutions.

b. Resolutions. Democratic Central Committee of Oklahoma. (February 20, 1956).

c. Resolutions. Oklahoma Democratic Conventions. (April 30, 1956).

F 10: Democratic Platform Committee (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: various platforms of the Democratic party. Correspondents include Emanuel Celler, Thomas J. Dodd, Edith Green, Abraham J. Multer, James Roosevelt, and Eugene J. McCarthy.

b. Platform. Re: Middle Eastern situation.

c. Press Release by Eugene J. McCarthy. "Humphrey Supporters Urge Open Discussion of Vice Presidential Nomination." (n.d.)

F 11: Democratic State Central Committee (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: various business of the State Democratic Central Committee. Correspondents include John Jarman and Oscar Rose.

b. List. Re: officials of the Democratic party of Oklahoma.

c. Newspaper clipping. "Democratic Tide General." The Oregonian. (October 11, 1956).

d. Newspaper clipping. "Demos name Vote Leaders in Each County Precinct." Spiro Times. (October 11, 1956).

F 12: DeMolay (1956).

Program. "Demolay in the Nation's Capital." (June 28, 1956).

F 13: Disabled American Veterans (1956).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newspaper clipping. Service Office Obtains $2 Million for Veterans." (n.s;n.d)

F 14: Ecuador (1956).

Correspondence. Re: economy of Ecuador.

F 15: Egypt (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: thank you.

b. Pamphlet. E. V. Lawrence. Egypt and the West. (September 1956).

F 16: Executive Dept. (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: opinions of Executive Department.

b. Radio address by Dean Clarence E. Manion. "State Department--A Malignant Sore." (November 25, 1956).

F 17: Flag Day (1956).

Program. Re: Flag Day. (June 14, 1956).

F 18: Foreign Policy (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: Middle East situation. Letter to Secretary of State, John Dulles, included.

b. "United States Direct Economic Aid to Foreign Countries: A Collection of Excerpts and a Bibliography,"by Legislative Reference Service, 1956.

F 19: Fort Sill (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: the need for expansion and equipment at Fort Sill.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Fighting is Settled by Compromise." (October 29, 1956).

c. Resolution. Oklahoma County Chapter. Reserve Officers Association. (February 18, 1956).

d. Proposal. Re: terms of Army proposal for use permit.

e. Newspaper clipping. "Land Appraisal at Fort Sill is Scheduled." (April 15, 1956).

F 20: Fort Towson (1956).

Correspondence. Re: restoration of Fort Towson.

F 21: 45th Infantry Division Association (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: resolutions.

b. Resolution. 45th Infantry Division Association. Re: Soviet Russia. (October 19-21, 1956).

F 22: 4-H Clubs (1956).

Correspondence. Re: renovation of the Chevy Chase Junior College.

F 23: Gardner, Leonard (1956).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newsletter. Japan Tourist Association. "Japan Travel News." (December 1, 1955).

F 24: Gasoline Prices (1956).

Newspaper clipping. "Second Oil Firm Drops Price Boost." (September 18, 1956).

F 25: Highways: State (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: various problems associated with the Oklahoma Highways. Correspondents include Raymond Gary.

b. Poster. "The Poteau All-Roads Meeting."

F 26: Highway 270 (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: proposed Highway 270. Correspondents include Raymond Gary.

b. Newspaper clipping. "U. S. 271 Paving Slated; Hope for Super Road Dim." LeFlore County's Biggest Booster. (n.d.).

c. Maps. Re: Oklahoma and Arkansas.

F 27: Japan (1956).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newsletter. "Japan Travel News." (August 1, 1956).

F 28: Kerr, Senator Robert S. (1956).

Report. "A Report from Senator Kerr in Washington." (June 19, 1956).

F 29: Labor (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: topic.

b. Article. "Articles Originating in Tulsa Labor News Receive National Recognition." Tulsa Labor News. (n.d.).

c. Article. "Providing Training Funds Through Collective Bargaining." Tulsa Labor News. (n.d.)

F 30: Lake Texoma (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: city of Dallas piping water from Lake Texoma and drought conditions. (Correspondents include Sam Rayburn).

b. Newspaper clipping. "Let's Build Texoma Pipeline." Dallas Morning News. (December 12, 1956).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Council Plans to Tap Lake Texoma Water." Dallas Morning News. (December 11, 1956).

d. Newspaper clipping. "Power Production at Dam May Be Halted." Durant Daily Democrat. (September 27, 1956).

F 31: League of Young Democrats (1956).

Memorandum. Re: telephone call. (December 9, 1956).

F 32: Masons (1956).

a. Correspondence.

b. List. Re: those eligible to be a Shriner that live in Pittsburg County.

F 33: McAlester Chamber of Commerce (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Government Puts Off Decision on Fast Write-Offs for Steel Mills." The Wall Street Journal. (October 4, 1956).

c. Press Release. "50,000 Small Firms Help Build Nation's Supersonic Air Superiority." Newsweek Magazine. (July 11, 1956).

d. Memorandums. Re: various business.

F 34: Middle East (1956).

Correspondence. Re: opinions on the Middle East situation.

F 35: Miscellaneous (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Frank G. Clement.

b. Proclamation. State of Tennessee (Governor, Frank G. Clement). Re: Country Music Week. (November 16, 1956).

c. Cartoon. "Little Man on Campus." Oklahoma Daily. Re: teacher's salaries. (June 6, 1956).

d. Map. Re: entire United States.

e. Newspaper clipping. "Veterans Received $33, 620 in Benefits Last Quarter." Durant Daily Democrat. (n.d.).

f. Booklet. PR: The Quarterly Review of Public Relations. (October 1955).

g. Notice. Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen. Re: address change.

h. Newsletter. "New and Views-Central State Griffin Memorial Hospital." (June 1, 1956).

F 36: Miscellaneous (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include W. M. Rainach and Ralph Roberts.

b. Amendment. North McCurtain County SH 21. Re: SH 21 Association Resolution concerning paving and surfacing.

c. Newspaper clippings. Re: Lake Texoma.

d. Tag. Re: Oklahoma Livestock Minerals.

e. Memorandum. Re: list of the Georgian Congressional Delegation of the 84th Congress.

F 37: NATO (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: opinions of NATO. Correspondents include Wayne L. Hays.

b. Questionnaire. Re: International Survey of Parliamentary Opinion in the NATO Countries.

F 38: National Education Association (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: thank you letters and congratulations.

b. Magazine. NEA Journal. (September-October, 1956).

F 39: National Guard Armories (1956).

Correspondence. Re: proposed armory at Madill.

F 40: National Rivers and Harbors Congress (1956).

Correspondence. Re: Advisory committee appointments.

F 41: National Trade Council, Inc. (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: United States international trade.

b. Booklet. National Foreign Trade Council, Inc. "Final Declaration of the Forty-Second National Foreign Trade Convention." (November 14-16, 1955).

F 42: Newspapers (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: political advertising, newspaper clippings, and photographs.

b. Newspaper. "Very Confidentially." Boswell News. (December 2, 1955).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Ardmore Newspaper Shuffles Employees." (n.s;n.d).

d. Directory. 1956 Oklahoma Newspaper Directory.

F 43A: Newspaper Lists (1956).

a. List. Re: Newspapers in the Third District. (January 5, 1956).

b. Order form. Re: subscription to The Indian Citizen and The Jefferson.

F 43B: Office: Miscellaneous (1956).

Correspondents include Adlai Stephenson.

F 44: Oil and Gas Imports (1956).

Correspondence. Re: foreign oil imports.

F 45: Oklahoma Alcoholism Association (1956).

a. Correspondence.

b. Pamphlet. Oklahoma Alcoholics Association. "Alcoholism is Everybody's Business."

F 46: Oklahoma Cotton Ginners Association (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: southwest American Exposition.

b. Memorandum. Re: Southwest American Exposition.

F 47: Oklahoma Delegation (1956).

Correspondence. Re: Oklahoma Veterans Homes and other topics. Correspondents include Ed Edmondson, A. S. Mike Monroney, Victor Wickersham, and Raymond Gary.

F 48: Oklahoma Development Council (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: membership of Oklahoma Development Council.

b. Flyer. Oklahoma Today.

c. Article. "Oklahoma Woos Industries Practically."

d. Newsletter. "Oklahoma Development Council." (November 1956).

e. Speech by Lyman Bryan, Executive Director of the Oklahoma Development Council. "O. D. C. Looks to the Future." (November 13, 1956).

f. Order form. Re: membership to the Oklahoma Development Council.

F 49: Oklahoma Employment Security Commission (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: establishment of an Employment Security Commission in Idabel and thank you letters.

b. Booklet. Oklahoma Employment Security Commission. "Oklahoma Labor Market." (October 1956).

c. Booklet. Oklahoma Employment Security Commission. "County Employment Data-Oklahoma 19542-1955." (December 1956).

F 50: Oklahoma Farmers Union (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: thank you letters.

b. Newspaper. Oklahoma Union Farmer. (January 1956).

c. Statistics. Oklahoma Farmer's Union. "How Long Would a Supply of Govt. Surplus Food Last?" (June 30, 1955).

d. List. Re: prizewinners and delegates making the annual trip to Washington, D. C.

e. Schedule. Re: itinerary of free transportation and sightseeing trip to Washington, D.C.

F 51: Oklahoma Game and Fish Dept. (1956).

Correspondence. Re: requests for aid for Oklahoma Rangers.

F 52: Oklahoma: General (1956).

Booklet. E. T. Dunlap. "The History of Legal Controls of Public Higher Education in Oklahoma." (1956).

F 53: Oklahoma Jaycees (1956).

Correspondence. Re: judging committee for the Junior Chamber of Commerce Distinguished Service Award.

F 54: Oklahoma National Guard (1956).

Correspondence. Re: Military Reserve Week, April 22-28, 1956.

F 55: Oklahoma Naturopathic Association (1956).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newspaper clipping. "For All the American People." Capsule News. (n.d.).

c. Resolution. Oklahoma Naturopathic Association. (January 16, 1956).

F 56: Oklahoma Office of Civil Defense (1956).

a. Correspondence.

b. Resolution. National Association of State and Territorial Civil Defense Directors. (April 20, 1956).

F 57: Oklahoma Planning and Resources Board (1956).

Correspondence. Re: cooperative forestry measures.

F 58: Oklahoma Politics (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: various political elections. Correspondents include Toby Morris.

b. Newspaper clipping. Daily Oklahoman. Re: election results.

c. Newspaper. "Wickersham Beaten by Morris." Daily Oklahoman. (July 25, 1956).

d. Pamphlet. Harlan Grimes. "The Secret Bribe of $20,000."

e. Newspaper clipping. "Sez Mise."

f. Cartoon.

g. Newspaper clipping. "July Vote Due on Courthouse Officers' Terms." Daily Oklahoman. (n.s.).

F 59: Oklahoma Public Expenditures Council (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: State Question 369.

b. Pamphlet. League of Tax Paying Veterans. Re: State Question 369.

F 60: Oklahoma School for the Deaf (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: senior class trip to Washington, D. C.

b. Newspaper. The Deaf Oklahoman. (December 1955).

F 61: Oklahoma Semi-Centennial Commission (1956).

a. Newsletter. Oklahoma Semi-Centennial Commission. "Plans Shaping Up for Indian Drama." (June 28, 1956).

b. Newsletter. Oklahoma Semi-Centennial Commission. "Hennessey Plans Celebration Role." (August 28, 1956).

c. Newsletter. Oklahoma Semi-Centennial Commission. "State Receives Nationwide Plug From Top Commentator on NBC." (November 28, 1956).

F 62: Oklahoma. State Dept. of Health (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: proposed Atoka County Health Center.

b. Program. Re: preliminary program for the proposed Atoka County Health Center.

F 63: Oklahoma State Highway Dept. (1956).

Correspondents include Raymond Gary.

F 64: Oklahoma Tax Commission (1956).

F 65: Old Age Assistance Program (1956).


F 66: Old Boggy Depot (1956).


F 67: Oratorical Contest (1956).

Correspondence. Re: Third District Oratorical Contest.

F 68: Personal, A-H (1956).

Correspondence. Topics include Carl Albert, Albert family, birthday greetings, and miscellaneous.

F 69: Personal, I-S (1956).

Correspondence. Topics include Carl Albert, Albert family birthday greetings, and miscellaneous. Correspondents include Robert S. Kerr, Toby Morris, Frank A. Rogers, and Julian J. Rothbaum.

F 70: Personal, T-Z (1956).

Correspondence. Topics include Carl Albert, Albert family, and miscellaneous. Correspondents include John M. Virden.

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