CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
GENERAL SERIES
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Box 10: Photographs (1956) - Dams: Lake Texoma (1957)

F 1: Photographs (1956).

Correspondence. Re: photographs of Albert.

F 2: Politics (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Charles Duffy, Ed Edmondson, John Virden, and Adlai Stevenson.

b. Booklet. "Averell Harriman: The Man and His Record."

c. Article. "The Soviet Challenge and American Policy" by Averell Harriman." The Atlantic Monthly. (April 1956).

d. Speeches. "Myth and Reality in Foreign Affairs" and "Some Political Issues of 1956" by Averell Harriman. (January 1956).

e. Newspaper clipping. "Determine Political Issues on Merits for Common Good." Oklahoma Union Farmer. (August 1956).

f. Questionnaire. Investors League Inc. Re: 1956 political platform for investors.

g. Newspaper clipping. "Getting Attention by Slinging Mud." The Dallas Morning News. (March 2, 1956).

h. Newspaper clipping. "World Picture Far From Rosy" by Marquis Childs. (n.d;n.d).

i. Press Release from Barry Goldwater. Re: charges against the Eisenhower Administration.

F 3: Predatory Animal Control (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: appropriations for predatory animal control.

b. Statement by Carl Albert. Re: need for increase in the appropriations for the control of predatory animals and injurious rodents. (January 26, 1955).

F 4: Publications (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: clippings.

b. Newspaper clippings. "This Week-In Washington." Atoka County Times. (February 8-March 17, 1956).

c. Article. "Summary of Arguments on Capital Punishment," Legislative Reference Service (May, 1956).

F 5: Publicity (1956).

Correspondence. Re: clipping service and other topics. Article by Carl Albert regarding Oklahoma and the Democratic Whip.

F 6: Publicity (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Schedule. Re: "Atoms for Peace" exhibit.

c. Flyer. Oklahoma Press Service Inc.

d. Newsletter. "Congressman to Address Douglas Management Club." Strato Writer. (October 1956).

e. Magazine. U. S. News and World Report. (November 16, 1956).

F 7: Radio and Television (1956).

a. Correspondence.

b. Scripts for radio and television broadcasts. Topics include whip organization; "Bulletin of American Town Meeting of the Air: Congressional Forecast for 1956."

F 8: Red Cross (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: appropriations to Red Cross.

b. Fact Sheet. The American National Red Cross. Re: services provided by the Red Cross.

c. Booklet. The American National Red Cross. "1955 Eastern States Floods."

F 9: Redistricting (1956-1957).

a. Correspondence. Re: various petitions. Correspondents include J. William Cordell.

b. Report. Re: Congressional Reapportionment Act in Oklahoma. (August 22, 1956).

c. Report. "Segregation in the Schools." (November 1956).

F 10: Reuther, Walter (1956).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newsletter. Brady Gentry. "Reuther-Ruthless, Resourceful, and Radical."

F 11: Rural Electrical Cooperatives (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: article in Look magazine and the reallocation of the proportion of the costs of the dams chargeable to power.

b. Article. "How Much Does This `Tax Curtain' Cost You?' Look magazine. (November 13, 1956).

F 12: Rural Electrical Cooperatives. Choctaw Electrical Cooperative, Inc (1956).

Correspondence. Re: reallocation of the proportion of the costs of the dams chargeable to power and loan to the Choctaw Electric Cooperative.

F 13: Rural Electrical Cooperatives. Kiamichi Electrical Cooperative (1956).

a. Correspondence.

b. Report. Oklahoma Tax Commission. Re: Kiamichi Electric Cooperative, Inc.

F 14: Russia (1956).

Correspondence. Re: scientists in the Soviet Union.

F 15: School Construction (1956).

Article. "How the Kelly Bill Was Lost-Any Why?" NEA Journal. (September 1956).

F 16: School Lunch Program (1956).

Correspondence. Re: appropriations for the School Lunch Program.

F 17: Segregation (1956).

Correspondence. Correspondents include Eugene J. Keogh.

F 18: Social Security (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: Old age and disability assistance.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Once Started Pay Will Remain Same." Daily Oklahoman. (September 10, 1956).

c. Article. "About Pensions for Women at 62." U. S. News and World Report. (September 14, 1956).

F 19: Soil Conservation (1956).

Report. State Office News (9th edition). (February 23, 1956).

F 20: Southern States Industrial Council (1956).

a. Correspondence.

b. Speech by Thurman Sensing. "The Eleventh Hour." (November 10, 1955).

F 21: Southwestern Bell Telephone Company (1956).

a. Correspondence.

b. Booklet. Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. "How We manage the Telephone Business."

F 22: Southwest Power Advisory Committee (1956).

Correspondence. Re: the amount of investment to be allocated to power in multipurpose dams.

F 23: State Election Board (1956).

Correspondence. Re: state election laws. Correspondents include Leo Winters.

F 24: Suez Canal (1956).

Correspondence. Re: Middle Eastern situation.

F 25: Supreme Court (1956).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newspaper clipping. "What is a Sensitive Area?" by Lynn Landrum. (n.s;n.d.).

F 26: Surplus Commodities (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include C. Plowboy Edwards.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Grocers Bump into a Massive Competition: Free-Handed Uncle Sam." Wall Street Journal. (n.d.).

c. Proposal by C. Plowboy Edwards. Re: welfare.

d. Report. "The Government is Paying Bounty for Retailers." Washington Food Report. (January 14, 1956).

F 27: Talihina Medical Center (1956).

F 28: Taxes (1956).

Correspondence. Re: federal taxes.

F 29: Television (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: petition for revocation of construction permit.

b. Memo. Re: permit for operation of Channel 5 at Fort Smith, Ark.

F 30: Television Recording (1956).

a. Correspondence.

b. Press Release. Re: drought problems. (April 25, 1956).

c. Script. Re: Democratic Whip (April 24, 1955).

d. Script. Re: question for television program. (February 24, 1956).

e. Questions. Re: various issues.

F 31: Tunisia (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: thank you letter.

b. Booklet. Embassy of Tunisia. Tunisia: a New Era."

F 32: Unemployment Compensation (1956).

Correspondence. Re: Unemployment Compensation Act.

F 33: Unemployment Compensation: Claims (1956).

F 34: United Dry Association of Oklahoma (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: the wet and dry alcohol county issue.

b. Questionnaire. United Dry Association of Oklahoma. Re: alcoholic beverages. (May 1956).

c. Proposals. United Dry Association of Oklahoma. Re: stricter provisions on alcohol usage. (February 2, 1956).

F 35: United Nations (1956).

Correspondence. Re: opinions on the United Nations.

F 36: Vocational Agriculture (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: vocational agricultural schools in Wisconsin. Correspondents include Harold Cooley.

b. Booklet. "A Comparative Analysis Relative Merits of the S Chain-and-Babcock.

c. Butterfat tests. Pictures included.

F 37: Voice of America (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: courtesy cards for tours of the Voice of America studios.

b. Booklet. U. S. information Agency. "The Voice of America Broadcasts..."

F 38: War Veterans Commission (1956).

Correspondence. Re: school lunches for Indian children.

F 39: Washington, D. C.: Tourism (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: student tours to Washington, D. C.

b. Flyer. Greater National Capital Committee. "You Have an...Appointment in Washington."

c. News release. Re: student tours to Washington, D. C. (March 1 and September 24, 1956).

d. Memorandum. White House Sightseeing Corporation. Re: reduced rates for student tours of Washington, D. C.

e. Flyer. White House Sightseeing corporation. "Welcome to Washington, D. C."

F 40: Water Study Committee of Oklahoma (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: proposed State of Policy of Water Resources of Oklahoma. Includes proposal.

F 41: Wildlife (1956).

Correspondence. Re: wildlife on Admiralty Island in Alaska.

F 42: Willis Bridge (1956).

a. Correspondence. Topics include Lake Texoma.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Planned Willis Bridge Would Span Lake at Desolate Spot." Sherman Texas Democrat. (November 20, 1955).

c. Newspaper clipping. "CC Board to Hear Report on Reservoir." (n.s;n.d.).

F 43A: Advertising (1957).

Correspondence. Re: false advertising.

F 43B: Agriculture (1957).

Folder contains newspaper clippings.

F 44: Alien Property (1957).

a. Correspondence.

b. Booklet. "The Enemy Property Issue" by Oscar Schisgall. (February 1957).

F 45: Appreciation, A-M (1957).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Esther P. Edmondson.

b. Clipping. "Poll Taxes Frayed as `Votingest" Year Ends." Denison Herald. Re: Denison, Texas, (n.d.).

c. Clipping. "Albert in Again as Majority Whip and Oklahoma Delegation." Oklahoman (Jan. 3, 1956(7?).

d. Newspaper page. "Albert Defines Law Making to 500 Here." Take-Off. (Published for Personnel of Tinker Air Force Base, Oct. 31, 1957). Re: CA Speech on the legislative processes at Tinker Air Force Base.

F 46: Appreciation, N-Z (1957).

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

F 47: Ardmore Air Force Base (1957).

a. Correspondence. Re: function on Ardmore Air Force Base.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Albert Guest for Air Base at Barbecue." (October 11, 1957). (n.s.).

F 48: Association of the U. S. Army (1957).

a. Correspondence. Re: National Security and personnel of the Army.

b. Resolutions. Association of the United States Army. (October 30, 1957).

F 49: Aviation (1957).

a. Correspondence.

b. Booklet. The American Legion. "Survival in the Air Age."

F 50: Blue Cross and Blue Shield (1957).

a. Correspondence.

b. Report. "Blue Cross Annual Report 1956."

F 51: Boy Scouts (1957).

Correspondence. Re: activities of Boy Scouts.

F 52: Building Industry (1957).

Correspondence.

F 53: Capitol Hill (1957).

Newspaper. Roll Call. (February 26, 1938).

F 54A: Central Airlines (1957).

a. Correspondence. Re: dedication ceremonies for the Lamar Airport.

b. Newspaper. Lamar Daily News. (October 26, 1957).

F 54B: Chamber of Commerce (1957).

Folder includes newspaper clippings predominantly focusing on issues in McAlester, Oklahoma.

F 55: Choctaw County (1957).

a. Correspondence. Re: Rural Development Program of Choctaw County.

b. Booklet. "A Preliminary Report of Choctaw County Rural Development Survey, 1956" by Houston E. Ward.

F 56: Chotiner, Murray (1957).

Speech by Murray Chotiner. Re: speech to the Republic Party's Campaign School.

F 57: Civil Defense (1957).

a. Correspondence. Re: water pumps and thermo-nuclear war.

b. Article. "Oklahoma Can Be the State Most Likely to Survive Attack." Oklahoma Professional Engineer.

F 58: Civil Rights (1957).

a. Correspondence. Re: school segregation including the Little Rock Arkansas situation.

b. Booklet. "Let My People Go" by Malcolm Henry Christian. Re: a discussion of interracial problems in America.

F 59: Clark, Congressman Frank (1957).

a. Newspaper clipping. News-Tribune. (February 11, 1957).

b. Newspaper clipping. New Castle News. (February 11,1957).

F 60: Colleagues (1957).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include: Herman P. Eberharter, Robert S. Kerr, John F. Kennedy, John J. McFall, Wilbur Mills, Hale Boggs and Karl E. Mundt.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Echoes From Capital Hill." McClatchy Newspaper. (n.d.). Re: Carl Albert as Whip.

c. Report from Robert S. Kerr. (October 1957). Re: various topics.

F 61: Colleagues (1957).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include William S. Broomfield, John A. Burns, Frank Chelf, James J. Delaney, Brooks Hays, F. Edward Herbert, Charles B. Hoeven, Hubert H. Humphrey, Lester Johnson, Joe M. Kilgore, Toby Morris, Wright Patman, Walter Roger, Jim Trimble, Marshall Korshak, D. S. Saund, Frank M. Clark, John F. Kennedy, and John W. McCormack..

b. Booklet. The North Carolina Granite Corporation. Re: 21st Annual Democratic Congressional Banquet.

c. Flyer. Re: National Democratic Club.

d. Newspaper. "California Party Supports Engle." New York Herald Tribune. (May 8, 1957).

e. Clipping: "House Democrat Prods President," New York Herald Tribune.

f. Clipping: "Rayburn Lauded for Aid Given Mideast Proposal." Re: Sam Rayburn and Middle East. (n.s.;n.d.).

F 62A: Colleagues (1957).

Correspondence. Re: John A. Blatnik and other topics. Correspondents include Aime J. Forand, Patricia Chatham, Augustine B. Kelly, and A. S. Mike Monroney.

F 62B: Commencement (1957).

Folder contains newspaper clippings.

F 62C: Congress (1957).

Folder contains newspaper clippings on the Oklahoma congressional delegation.

F 63: Congress of American Industry (1957).

F 64: Congressional Club (1957).

Postcard. Congressional Club. Re: invitation to hear speaker.

F 65: Congressional Committees (1957).

Correspondence. Re: move of member of Congress (John D. Dingell) to another committee.

F 66: Crackpot File (1957).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Article. Salesman Opportunity Magazine. Re: sale of shrunken heads. (April 1956).

c. Excerpt. "Thomas Jefferson." Pin Point on the Congressional Record. (July 29, 1956).

d. Article. "In the Mercury's Opinion" by Russell Maguire.

e. Newspaper. "GOP Finds Party Legally Barred parts of Dixie" and "Nixon Maps Dixie Cup." Grand Rapids Press. (June 14, 1957).

f. Newspaper. Memphis Press-Scimitar. (October 18, 1956).

g. Newspaper clipping. "Kemper to Fight for Hospital." (n.s;n.d.).

h. Pamphlet. American Temperance Society. "So You Enjoy Drinking...Consider These Facts."

F 67: Dams: Arbuckle Project (1957).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Dwight D. Eisenhower.

b. Report. Murray County Resources Committee.

c. Report. Bureau of Reclamation, Region S. Amarillo, Texas. (October 1957).

d. Map. Re: Rock Creek Dam.

e. Newspaper clippings.

F 68: Dams: Arkansas River Basin (1957).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Robert S. Kerr and Ed Edmondson.

b. Memorandum. Re: Budget Bureau recommendations considered minimum for the Arkansas Basin projects.

c. Newsletters. The Arkansas Basin Development Association. (March 1, May 31, 1957).

d. Booklet. The Red River Valley Association. "Resources of the Red."

e. Newspaper (reprint). Tulsa Tribune. Re: topic. (June 1-15, 1957).

f. Newspaper clippings.

F 69: Dams: Blue River (1957).

Newspaper clippings.

F 70: Dams: Boggy River (1957).

Newspaper clippings.

F 71: Dams: Boswell (1957).

a. Correspondence. Re: appropriations toward Boswell Dam.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Money Available for Blue Valley project." Durant Daily News. (n.d.).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Vanishing Small Farmers." (n.s;n.d.).

F 72: Dams: Boswell (1957).

a. Correspondence. Re: appropriations towards Boswell Dam.

b. Newspaper clipping. "200 Attend Boggy Dam Meeting." (March 11, 1957). (n.s.).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Up-Stream Dams Favored at Boswell." Durant Daily Democrat. (February 24, 1957).

d. Newspaper clipping. "Boggy Dam To Be Discussed at Boswell." Durant Daily Democrat. (February 17, 1957).

e. Newspaper clipping. "All Purpose Dams Are Proposed." Boswell News. (January 25, 1957).

F 73: Dams: Boswell (1957).

a. Correspondence. Re: appropriations towards Boswell Dam.

b. Petition. (February 20, 1957).

F 74: Dams: Eufaula (1957).

a. Correspondence.

b. Resolution. The Eufaula Dam Association. (January 29, 1957).

c. List. Re: addresses of the directors of the Eufaula Dam Association.

d. Report. Arkansas Basin Development Association. "Unemployment-Farm and Federal Relief Problems in this Area." (1956-1957).

e. Speech by General E. C. Itscher. "A Project is an Opportunity." (October 29, 1956).

f. Map. Re: Flood Control Project-Arkansas River Basin, Eufaula Reservoir.

g. Newspaper clipping. "Albert Says Eufaula Lake Will Be Big Help In Area." Hartshorne Sun. (September 26, 1957).

h. Newspaper clipping. "Thirteen Events Slated by C. of C." McAlester News-Capital. (September 20, 1957).

i. Newspaper clipping. "Dam Association to Hear, Honor Albert Tonight." McAlester News-Capital. (September 23, 1957).

j. Newspaper clipping. "Work Near Eufaula May Start Soon." Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (October 24, 1957).

k. Newspaper clipping. "Talk in Type." McAlester Democrat. (September 26, 1957).

l. Newspaper clipping. "Benefit from Dam Cited by Albert." Hartshorne Sun. (October 17, 1957).

m. Newspaper clipping. "Eufaula Dam area Road, Rail Work Due Within Year." McAlester News-Capital. (October 23, 1957).

n. Newspaper clipping. "County Gets Two Main Offices of $154 Million Dam Project. McAlester Democrat. (August 15, 1957).

F 75: Dams: Eufaula (1957).

Newspaper clippings. Clippings from Hartshorne Sun, Henryetta Daily Free Lance, McAlester Democrat, McAlester News-Capital, McCurtain Gazette, and Muskogee Times-Democrat.

F 76: Dams: Foss-Cobb Creek (Washita Rivershed) (1957).

a. Correspondence.

b. Resolution. Washita Valley Flood Prevention Council. (March 24, 1957).

c. Resolution. Anadarko Garden Club Council.

d. Resolution. Citizens of Bessie. (April 30, 1957).

e. Resolution. Officers and Members of the Sorosis Study Club of Anadarko.(April 26,1 1957).

f. Resolution. Junior Service League. (April 30, 1957).

g. Resolution. Junior Chamber of Commerce. (April 30, 1957).

h. Resolution. Lions International Lions Club. (April 30, 1957).

i. Resolution. Business and Professional Women's Club.(April 30, 1957).

j. Resolution. American Legion. (April 30, 1957).

k. Resolution. Chamber of Commerce. (April 30, 1957).

l. Resolution. Rotary Club. (April 30, 1957).

m. Resolution. Kiwanis Club. (April 30, 1957).

n. Resolution. American Legion Auxiliary. (April 30, 1957).

o. Resolution. Mayor and Councilmen of the City of Hobart. (April 25,1957).

p. Resolution. Mayor and Council of the City of new Cordell. (April 25,1957).

F 77: Dams: Fourche Maline (1957).

Newspaper clippings.

F 78: Dams: Grand River Dam (1957).

a. Resolution. Special Legislative Council Committee on Flood Relief and Lake-Level Policy at Grand Lake. (June 24, 1957).

b. Newspaper clipping. "Engineers Criticized Over Dam Operations." Daily Ardmoreite. (May 30, 1957).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Hearing Backs Present level of Grand Lake. Daily Oklahoman. (June 22, 1957).

d. Newspaper clipping. "Fine Will Head Flood Studies on Grand River." Daily Oklahoman. (June 4, 1957).

e. Newspaper clipping. "GRDA's Contract Arguments Are In." Daily Oklahoman. (October 23, 1957).

F 79: Dams: Hugo Reservoir (1957).

Newspaper clippings.

F 80: Dams: Kiamichi Watershed (1957).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Sawyer Site Will Be Approved For Dam." Boswell News. (November 29, 1957).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Preliminary Exam of Kiamichi Watershed Due Finish in April." Hugo Daily News. (October 25, 1957).

F 81: Dams: Lake Texoma (1957).

Newspaper clipping. "$325,000 Set Up For Texoma; $1 Million For Bridge." Durant Daily Democrat. (July 10, 1957).

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