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Box 13: Boy Scouts (1958) - Oklahoma Development Council (1958)

F 1: Boy Scouts (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re: topic. Correspondents include Robert Kerr, Toby Morris, John Jarman, Mike Monroney. Page Belcher, Ed Edmondson, and Tom Steed.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Albert Is Given Boy Scout Honor." McAlester News-Capital.

F 2: Colleagues (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Robert T. Ashmore, Jack Brooks, Overton Brooks, Clyde Doyle, Aime J. Forand, Coya Knutson, John W. McCormack, Thomas E. Morgan, John C. Kluczynski, W. R. Poage, Errett P. Scrivner, Mrs. Lawrence H. Smith, Clark Thompson, Eugene J. Keogh, Otto Krueger, Jed Johnson, Richard B. Wigglesworth and Jim Wright.

b. Award. Re: membership to the order of the North Star given to Albert.

c. Newspaper clipping. Re: death of Homer Thornberry's mother, Mary.

F 3: Colleagues (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include: Victor L. Anfuso, Joseph W. Barr, Charles A. Boyle, Jack Brooks, Emanuel Celler, Harold R. Collier, Harold Cooley, John D. Dingell, Robert A. Everett, Thomas S. Gordon, Martha W. Griffiths, Charles A. Halleck, F. Edward Hebert, Pat Jennings, Estes Kefauver, John F. Kennedy, Joe M. Kilgore, George Long, John W. McCormack, Thomas E. Martin, Wilbur D. Mills, Walter Moeller, Toby Morris, Abraham J. Multer, Donald W. Nicholson, William H. Natcher, Thomas J. O'Brien, Joseph P. O'Hara, Otto E. Passman, Wright Patman, W. R. Poage, Adam C. Powell, Edith Nourse Rogers, John J. Rooney, Harry R. Sheppard, George E. Shipley, T. A. Thompson, Jim Trimble, Al Ullman, Bob Wilson, Sidney R. Yates, Dante B. Fascell and Sam Rayburn.

b. Speech. Carl Albert. Re: President Harry Truman. (February 22, l958).

c. Booklet. "Let's Look at Our Michigan" 1956).

d. Card. John F. Kennedy. Re: Season Greetings.

e. Questionnaire. United States Senate. (February 28, l958).

f. Certificate. "A certificate of birth."

F 4: Committee Assignments (1958).

Correspondence. Re: Topic. Correspondents include John Brademas, Lawrence Brock, Dominick V. Daniels, David M. Hall Denver Hargis, Brooks Hays, Byron Johnson, Joseph E. Karth, James G. O'Hara, J. Edward Roush, and Neal E. Smith.

F 5: Communism (1956).

a. Correspondence. Re: opinions on communism.

b. Newspaper. "The Coming Red Dictatorship."

F 6: Congress (1958).

Correspondence. Re: Albert's assistance to Cortez A. M. Ewing's chapters in Congress in his book.

F 7: Crackpot File (1958).

F 8: Dams: Arkansas River Basin (1958).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include W. F. Norrel, Robert S. Kerr, and Wright Patman.

b. Amendment. W.F. Norrel.

c. Newsletters. The Arkansas Basin Development Association, Inc. (January, September, December, l958).

d. Report. AD HOC Committee On Title III - Water Supply Act on l958). (December 4, l958).

e. Minutes. Re: l6th meeting of Arkansas-White-Red Basins Inter-Agency Committee.

F 9: Dams: Blue River (1958).

F 10: Dams: Boggy Creek (1958).

F 11: Dams: Boswell (1958).

F 12: Dams: Broken Bow Reservoir (1958).

F 13: Dams: Clayton (1958).

F 14: Dams: Cobb Creek (1958).

Court Case No. l8450. Petitions and exhibits included.

F 15: Dams: Denison Dam and Red River (1958).

a. Correspondence.

b. Bill. House and Senate. Re: topic. (October 29, l957).

c. Resolution. City of Denison. (April l958).

d. Statement of Record. Board of Directors of the Denison Chamber of Commerce. (February ll, l958).

e. Report. Re: sub-committee on appropriation for Public Works - House of Representatives Appropriations Committee.

f. Bulletin. Red River Valley Association. Re: l959 budget recommendation.

g. Newsletter. The Arkansas Basin Development Association, Inc. (May 7, l958).

F 16: Dams: Fourche Maline (1958).

a. Correspondence.

b. Report. Re: criteria for evaluating and determining the priority of Planning Watershed Applications under Public Law 566 in Oklahoma.

c. Wilburton. Seminole Producer. (May l, l958).

d. Newspaper clipping. "9 Water Jobs Planning Set." Tulsa World. (May 6, l958).

e. Newspaper clipping. "Gary to Launch Watershed Study." Daily Oklahoman.

f. Press releases. (June l4, l958).

F 17: Dams: General (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Resolution. Oklahoma Water Resources Board. (November 18, 1958).

c. Statement. Pushmataha County Chamber of Commerce. Re: extension of navigation improvements from Arkansas River to Central Oklahoma. (November 25, l958).

d. Booklet. Public Affairs Institute. "One Hundred and Sixty Acres of Water: The Story of the Antimonopoly Law."

e. Brochure. Arkansas Basin Development Assn. "Neglected Riches."

F 18: Dams: Grand River Dam Authority (1958).

Booklet. Wheeler Mayo. "GRDA is Your Property or Is It To Be part of a l00 Million dollar `Meat Ball'"?

F 19: Dams: Kaw Reservoir (1958).

F 20: Dams: Kiamichi (1958).

a. Correspondence.

b. Petition. Residents of Choctaw Country, Oklahoma.

c. Maps. Re: Kiamichi River - Watershed Map. (April, l957) and Kiamichi River Hugo Reservoir. (November l957).

F 21: Dams: Kiamichi - Hugo Reservoir (1958).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Robert S. Kerr.

b. Resolution. Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce. (March l7, l958).

c. Statement. Congressman Carl Albert. Re: request for $15,000 for a survey of the Hugo Reservoir on the Kiamichi River.

d. Report. Colonel John Bristor. (September 30, 1958).

e. Report. Don McBride.

F 22: Dams: Lake of the Arbuckles (1958).

a. Correspondence.

b. Report. Bureau of Reclamation. (Mr. Maca). (March 31, l958).

F 23: Dams: Little River (1958).

F 24: Dams: McCurtain County (1958).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Our Dams Are "Pork Barrell."

c. Newspaper clipping. "House approves Dam Projects For Oklahoma."

d. Excerpt from Bill. Re: Omnibus Flood Control Bill relative to Millwood Reservoir.

e. Amendment. Re: Section 205. (Chart included).

F 25: Dams: Millwood (1958).

F 26: Dams: Poteau Watershed (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re: Brazil Creek Reservoir.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Brazil Dam is Inundated By Upstream Lake Fans." Leflore Country Sun.

c. Report. Re: Poteau River.

F 27: DAV (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Newspaper clippings. "Veterans Make Up 46 Percent of Population." Durant Daily Democrat.

F 28: Democratic National Congressional Committee (1958).

Lists. Re: Party nominees and primary timetable.

F 29: Democratic National Committee (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Report. Democratic National Committee. Re: Democratic Digest Circulation Report.

c. Booklet. Democratic National Committee. Re: voting records.

d. Reprint. "Nixon... beware of the Tender Trap." New Republic.

e. Press Release. Democrat Advisory Council. Re: The Democratic Task During the Next Two Years." (December 7, l958).

f. Questionnaire. Democratic National Congressional Committee.

g. Memorandum. Democratic National Congressional Committee. Re: District Home Addresses/ Telephone Numbers.

h. Fact Sheets. Research Division - Democratic National Committee. (April and May, l958).

i. Memorandum. Research Division - Democratic National Committee. (January 9, l958).

F 30: Democratic Party (1958).

Correspondence. Re: various topics and opinions.

F 31: Democratic State Central Committee (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re topic and state campaigns and politics.

b. Lists of County, District, and State Democratic Party Officials.

F 32: Economics (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re: topic and politics.

b. Booklet. The American Economy- Prospects for Growth to l965 and 1975. (1958).

F 33: Edmondson, Governor J. Howard (1958).

Editorial. Oklahoma Television Corporation - KWTV. (November 5, 21, l958).

F 34: 86th Congress: Democratic Members (1958).

Lists. Re: names and addresses of new and old members of the Democratic members of the 86th Congress.

F 35: Federal-Grant-In-Aid System (1958).

F 36: Foreign Steel Products (1958).

F 37: Government Contracts (1958).

F 38: Highways (Oklahoma) (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re: Highway improvements.

b. Statistics. Re: Highway funding.

c. Editorial. Oklahoma Television Corporation - KWTV. (November l3, l958).

F 39: Hi-Y (1958).

a. Certificate. Hi-Y clubs. Re: Appreciation of services rendered by Carl Albert.

b. Booklet. Southwest Area Young Men's Christian Association. Re: 7th Hi-Y Legislature. (January 31, February 1-2, l958).

c. Report. 7th Hi-Y Youth and Government Program. Re: Summary of Hi-Y convention.

F 40: Japan (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re: various aspects of Japan, Armed Forces legal cases in Japan. Correspondents include Leonard M. Gardner.

b. Newsletter. Japan Travel News. (December, l957).

c. Newsletter. Japan Travel News. (April, l958).

F 41: KWTV Editorials (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re: Editorials.

b. Editorials. Re: Editorials. Oklahoma Television Corporation KWTV. (September 30-December 18, l958).

F 42: Labor (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re: topic.

b. Newspaper clipping. "The Kohler Case." Oklahoma Farm Bureau Farmer. (April 4, l958).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Garages Fill Training Job." Tulsa World.

d. Speech. Honorable John L. McClellan. Re: Union (June 1, l958).

e. Resolution. Columbia Typographical Union. (April 20, l958).

f. Press Release. George H. Bender. Re: Anti-Racketeering Commission of the Internal Brotherhood of Teamsters. (December 30, 1958).

F 43: Lists: Miscellaneous (1958).

Correspondence. Re: vehicle tags.

F 44: Lists: Miscellaneous (1958).

List. Re: Ardmore Mailing List.

F 45: McAlester Chamber of Commerce (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re: labor surpluses.

b. Fact Sheet. Re: Facts about McAlester, Oklahoma. (December l957).

F 46: Miscellaneous (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Carolyn Thomas Foreman.

b. Newspaper clipping. "ADA 'Passes' 3 Oklahoma Congressmen." Tulsa World.

c. Article (reprint). Harvard Business Review. "New Price Tags for Government Managers. (September-October l958).

d. Resolution. Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association. (September l8, l958).

e. Newspaper clipping. "Durant Golfers Score Well On Texoma Park Golf Course."

f. Newspaper clipping. "Wildkittens Down Sulphur 20-14."

g. Newspaper clipping. "Virgie's Column." Durant Daily Democrat.

h. Newspaper clipping. "Hula-Hoop contest Enlivens Kingston Lions Club Meeting."

i. Newspaper clipping. Madill Record. "Viewpoint." (October 30, l958).

j. Newspaper. Durant Daily Democrat. (November 5, l958).

47: Miscellaneous (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Flyer. National Savings and Trust Company. Re: Capitol Plaza Office.

c. Fact sheet. Re: Home rule for the District of Columbia.

d. List. Re: Addresses of McAlester District Pastors.

e. Cartoon.

f. Booklet. Re: Clayton Russel. "God's Education." (July l3, l958).

g. Statistics. Re: tabulation of rural precincts of Pittsburg County served Predominately by the R. E. A.

h. Press release. National Science Foundation. Re: National Science Foundation making 642 Grants in Support of Science. (List included of colleges receiving grants).

i. Newspaper clipping. Re: Conservancy District No. 8 in Atoka, Johnston, Coal and Bryan counties in the State of Oklahoma. Durant Daily Democrat. (May 3, l0,l7,24, and 31, 1957).

j. Resolution. Board of Directors of the Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce. (May l7, l958).

k. Booklet. National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. "Information For Physicians." (July, l958).

l. Postcard.

m. Telephone conversation. Phone conversations include Leo Winters.

F 48: Miscellaneous (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Brass hats and corporate minds."

c. Newspaper clipping. "The spiritual core of the campus."

d. Newspaper clipping. "Bi-Partisan Befuddlement."

e. Flyer. Tinker Administrative Club. Re: "Old Clothes Roundup."

f. Nomination blank. Re: Nation's Ten Outstanding Young Men of l958.

g. Flyer. Sinclair's American Conservation Series. "Come a Ti-yi-yippee to the Old Wild West!"

h. Brochure. Aeronautronic Systems, Inc. "New facilities to Meet the Requirements of Advancing Technology.

i. Questionnaire. Page Belcher. Re: various opinions.

j. Article (reprint). "State of Business." Time. (April 7, l958).

k. Poem. David Dunraven. "He Said It." (April l7, l958).

F 49: Miscellaneous (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re: Georgia Colonial Records and Inflation. Correspondents include J. G. Puterbaugh.

b. Proclamation. National Taxpayers Conference. Re: proclaiming May as National Harry F. Byrd Month.

c. Article by Douglas A. MacArthur. "The Path to Freedom: We Must Cut Taxes and Halt Inflation." Human Events. (March l7, l958).

d. Newspaper clipping. "Ease Up, Labor Leaders Urged." Re: Inflation.

F 50: Miscellaneous (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Clipping: Tulsa World. "Pipe Trades Here Set Up Office for Tyro Trading." (November 30, 1958).

F 51: National Support for Behavioral Science (1958).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include James G. Miller.

b. Booklet. "National Support for Behavioral Science." (February 1958).

F 52: Nixon, Richard M. (1958).

a. Correspondence. Re: Vice President Nixon's trip to South America.

b. Booklet. "The Nixons in South America." Los Angeles Times.

F 53: Nuclear Energy (1958).

a. Correspondence.

b. Report. Regional Advisory Council on Nuclear Energy. "Pattern for Atomic Progress in the South." (September 22, l958).

F 54: Office Memos and Miscellaneous (1958).

Memos and miscellaneous re people and various topics.

F 55: Oil and Gas (1958).

Correspondence. Re: Ikard Bill and Oil Importation. Correspondents include Rex Sparger.

F 56: Oklahoma: The American Way (1958).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include J. Howard Edmondson.

b. Booklet. "The American Way."

F 57: Oklahoma Corporation Committee (1958).

Correspondence. Re: Cancellation of passenger train service.

F 58: Oklahoma Delegation (1958).

Directory of the Oklahoma Congressional delegation.

F 59: Oklahoma Development Council (1958).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newsletter. Oklahoma Development Council. (January l958).

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