CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
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Box 18

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Box 18: Miscellaneous, H-O (1960) - Yuchi Memorial (1960)

F 1: Miscellaneous, H-O (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: various business.

b. Newspaper. Broken Arrow Ledger. (July l4, l960).

c. Newsletter. Central Airlines Skywriter. (April, l960).

d. Brochure. Lane Bryant Awards Committee. "The Eleventh Lane Bryant Annual Awards."

e. Report. American Law Division. Re: first general pension law enacted by the Congress. (September 29, l960).

f. Booklet. Re: Oklahoma State Reunion Rainbow Division Veteran. (November 7-8, l959).

F 2: Miscellaneous, P-Z (l960).

a. Booklet. Re: resolutions adopted by the Thirty-Third Annual Convention of the Propeller Club of United States and American Merchant Marine Conference. (October l4-l6, l959).

b. Newsletter. First National Bank in Dallas. "Economic Letter." Re: the Douglas Disclosures Bill and the economics of peace. (April l5, l960).

c. Article. "Wage Trends in the Iron and Steel Industry." Steel Facts. (April, l960).

d. Explanation. Oklahoma City Chapter of the National Association of Federal Career Employees. Re: "Uniform Officer Staffing Pattern."

e. Booklet. "The Catholic Church In the 20th Century." Awake. (October 8, l960).

f. Magazine. "Bob Edge of Lawrenceville: The University of Georgia's l4th Rhodes Scholar." The Georgia Alumni Record. (January, l960).

g. Newspaper clipping. "Electra Struck Flock in Flight." New York Times. (October l3, l960).

h. Newspaper clipping. "Girls Carry Dead Sister Around Seeking Morgue." (n.s; n.d.).

i. Newspaper clipping. "U.S. Trains Six Cuban Cadets At $41,000 Per." (n.s;n.d.).

j. Newspaper clipping (reprint). "Farmers Union Head Urges U. S. Licensing of Farmers." Minneapolis Morning Tribune. (March 3, l960).

k. Newspaper clipping. Re: The historical Civil War battlegrounds in Oklahoma.

l. Application. Oklahoma City University. Re: research grants for small businesses. (September 1, l960).

m. Newspaper clipping. McAlester Democrat. Re: 20th anniversary of the birth of Sequoyah. (June 30, l960).

n. List. Re: biographic summary of W. Angie Smith and Gerald Kennedy.

o. Newspaper clipping. "Lake Murray Hiring-Firing Probe Urged." Daily Ardmoreite. (April 8, l960).

p. Newspaper clipping. "Norman Awaits Oil Well Ruling." Daily Oklahoman. (April 6, l960).

q. Newspaper clipping. "Senator Forgets Who Owns the Park." Tulsa World. (April l3, l960).

r. Press Release. Joe H. Barber. Re: the "stereophonic" sound. (February 20, l960).

s. Article. Joe H. Barber. "The Stereophonic Fraud." (1960).

t. Newspaper clipping. "6 Corpus Christi Children Found In Nailed-Up Home."

F 3: National Association of Manufacturers (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: foreign competition.

b. Booklet. National Association of Manufacturers. "Foreign, Competition: A Challenge for America." (l960).

F 4: National Coal Policy Conference (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: various aspects of National Coal Policy Conference. (1960).

b. Statement. William J. Goldston. Re: establishment of a Joint Congressional Committee to study America's fuels and energy resources.

c. Fact Sheet. Congressional Quarterly, Inc. "Two Lobbies Clash Over Fuels Policy Issue." (August 25, l960).

d. Newspaper clippings (reprint). Re: National Fuels Policy.

e. Booklet. Joint Congressional Committee. "Background Material Regarding A National Fuels Policy Study."

F 5: National Defense Education Act (1960).

a. Correspondence.

b. Report. Oberlin Today . (1959).

F 6: National Institute of Atmospheric Research (1960).

a. Correspondence.

b. Memorandum. C.M. Sliepcevich. Re: University Center for Atmospheric Research. (February 29, l960).

c. Memorandum. (March l5, l960).

F 7: National Library Week (1960).

a. Correspondence.

b. Memorandum. Re: pictures with Tom Steed and Carl Albert.

c. List. Re: "Magazines-National Library Week Themes."

d. Newsletter. Library Extension Division.

e. Press Release. (March 24, l960).

f. Booklet. Oklahoma Librarian. (April, l960).

F 8: National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (1960).

a. Correspondence.

b. Booklet. National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. Re: voting records on Rural Electrification and Related Federal Wholesale Power and Rural Telephone Issues of Members Serving in the United States Senate and The House of Representatives. (l943 through April l5, l960).

c. Newsletter. "The Rural Electric Minuteman." (August l9, l960).

d. Notes. Re: Plan to observe REA Silver Jubilee.

e. Report. Hilda N. James (Analyst in Housing and Public Utilities). "The Rural Electrification Loan Program Interest Rate History." (March 2, l959).

f. Hilda M. James. (Analyst in Housing and Public Utilities). "Rural Electrification Financing." (April l3, l959).

g. Report. Hilda M. James. (Analyst in Housing and Public Utilities). "Rural Electrification in the United States and Oklahoma." (June l2, l960).

h. Report. Hilda. M. James. (Analyst in Housing and Public Utilities). "The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association." (February 10, l959).

i. Fact Sheet. Re: electrification program. (January, l960).

j. Magazine. Rural Electrification-Annual Meeting Issue. (March, l960).

F 9: Office Memos (1960).

F 10: Oil (l960).

a. Correspondence. Re: opinions on the oil import situation.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Senator Hails Tax Bill Defeat." Daily Oklahoman. (June 27, l960).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Depletion Allowance Is `Safe' for Year, But Foes Gaining Strength." Tulsa Tribune. (June 27, l960).

d. Newspaper clipping. "Seaton Says No Cuts Due For Imports." Tulsa World. (June 29, l960).

e. Press Release. Ed Edmondson. Re: the oil import situation. (June 28, l960).

F 11: Oklahoma: Chamber of Commerce (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: lists of staff members and Co-Sponsors for a Congressional Dinner.

b. List. Re: Oklahoma Co-Sponsors for Congressional Dinner. (May 3, l960).

F 12: Oklahoma: Department of Commerce and Industry (1960).

a. Newsletter. Department of Commerce and Industry. "Oklahoma Economic Development News." (April, l960).

b. Newspaper clipping. "Just What Is An Immutable Image?" Tulsa Tribune. (February 26, l960).

F 13: Oklahoma: Corporation Commission (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: natural gas service and the closing of the Red Oak railroad station.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Justice Without Fixers." Tulsa Tribune. (April 11, l960).

F 14: Oklahoma Development Council (1960).

Newsletter. "Oklahoma Development Council Newsletter." (April, l960).

F 15: Oklahoma: State Department of Education (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: the closing of a high school in Dougherty and school lunch programs.

b. Statistics. Re: various aspects of the school lunch programs.

F 16: Oklahoma: Employment Security Commission (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: various aspects of the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission.

b. Memorandum. Re: telephone call. (May 27, l960).

c. Bulletins. Oklahoma State Employment Security Commission. Re: job openings and Civil Service announcements. (February 8, May 6, and June 6, l960).

d. Booklet. Oklahoma Employment Security Commission. "Employment Security Review." (February, l960).

F 17: Oklahoma: General (1960).

a. Report. "The State and Its People." Oklahoma History. (Volume II Appendix XXIII-2). "The Jubilee Singers."

b. Statistics. Re: tax collections in Oklahoma. (September l0, l959).

c. Statistics. The Library of Congress. Re: population, sales tax collections, and public school enrollment by county for selected years.

d. Booklet. Bureau of the Census. "United States Census of Population l960: Oklahoma. Number of Inhabitants."

e. Roster. State and county officers plus election returns, 1960.

F 18: Oklahoma: State Department of Health (1960).

Correspondence. Re: Oklahoman Nursing Homes and drainage problems.

F 19: Oklahoma: Department of Highways (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: Construction of the Skelly Bypass at Tulsa, Oklahoma.

b. Newspaper clippings. "`Politics' Cried As Dismissals Are Announced." (March 22, l960).

c. Newspaper clippings. "Six Fired As Road Workers at McAlester." Tulsa Tribune. (March 22, l960).

F 20: Oklahoma: Insurance Commission (1960).

Correspondence. Re: telegram.

F 21: Oklahoma: Library Week (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: various aspects of the Oklahoma Library Week.

b. List. Re: advisory Committee for Library Development.

c. List. Re: South Central Oklahoma Multi-County Library.

d. Schedule. Re: towns which the Bookmobile stops.

e. Resolution. Oklahoma Congress. Re: aiding public libraries.

f. Press Release. (April 4, l960).

g. Newspaper clipping. "Albert Sends books On communism To Public Libraries" and "Albert will Be Honored At Fair." (April 7, l960).

h. Newspaper clipping. "Area Bookmobile In Service Monday." Daily Ardmoreite. (April 12, l960).

i. Newspaper clipping. "County Bookmobile Library Service Is Due To Become Available in April." Tishomingo Johnston County Democrat. (March 31, l960).

j. Fact Sheet. Re: Library service in Oklahoma.

k. Memorandum. Re: Photographs.

l. Press Release. Re: volumes of "Fact On Communism" sent to every public library by Carl Albert." (April 7, l960).

m. Newsletters. Library Extension Division. (March-April, l960).

n. Flyer. "Oklahoma A Great Some, A Great State-But What About Its Libraries?"

o. Flyer. Oklahoma State Library. Re: bookmobiles.

p. Flyer. "Would You Like to Know What Your Bookmobile Is Doing? Well Let Us Show You."

q. Book. Oklahoma State Library. Re: the federal funds extended to the rural library service by the Library Services Act. (June l, l960).

F 22: Oklahoma: Military Department (1960).

Correspondence. Re: activities of the Oklahoma Air National Guard.

F 23: Oklahoma Public Expenditures Council (1960).

Correspondence. Re: Freedom Foundation Award.

F 24: Oklahoma Scandals (1960).

a. Topics include Ewing C. Sadler (Pittsburg County Attorney).

b. Newspaper clipping. "Prosecutor Ousted At McAlester After Indictment by Jury." (April 7 l960).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Grand Jury Indicts County Attorney." McAlester News-Capital. (April 7, l960).

d. Newspaper clipping. "County Attorney's Aide is Given Clean Bill." McAlester News-Capital. (April 7, l960).

e. Newspaper clipping. "Sadler Turns In Money As Hearing Opens." McAlester News-Capital. (April ll, l960).

f. Newspaper clipping. "County Attorney Quits As Charges Dismissed." McAlester News-Capital. (April l2, l960).

g. Newspaper clipping. "Jim Lewallen Welcomes Audit of His Dealings In Pittsburg County Affairs." McAlester News-Capital. (April 22, l960).

h. Newspaper clipping. "County Attorney Ousted At McAlester; Charged With Drinking, Graft." (April 7, l960).

i. Newspaper clipping. "Ousted Attorney returned to Job." Tulsa World. (May 8, l960).

F 25: Oklahoma State Highway Commission (1960).

a. Memos. Re: Tulsa By-Pass Investigation.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Detailed Congress Probe of Skelly Drive Planned." Tulsa Tribune. Re: Road Construction in Tulsa. (March l4, l960).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Laymans Assail Charges as Ridiculous, Incoherent." Tulsa World. Re: legal charges against Tulsa Contractors, Layman and Son Contractors. (March l6, l960).

d. Newspaper clipping. "Ex-Highway Unit Upheld by Gary; Governor Played." Tulsa World. Re: Tulsa By-Pass Investigation. (March 7, l960).

e. Newspaper clipping. "Ex-Highway Board Asks Prosecution for Apology." Tulsa World. Re: Raymond Gary's Highway Commission. (March l8,l960).

f. Newspaper. "Laymans Indicted; Jury Rips Road Building." Tulsa Tribune. Re: Road Construction in Tulsa. (March l5, l96).

g. Newspaper page. "Federal Probers Head for Tulsa" and "Grand Jury Brands `Lost Road' a $33,000 Monument to Waste."

h. Newspaper page. "State Road Reforms Promised on Heels of Tulsa Indictments." Daily Oklahoman. Re: Road Construction in Tulsa. (March l6, l960).

F 26: Oklahoma State Society (1960).

a. Correspondence.

b. List. Re: names and addresses of additions for the Oklahoma State Society Mailing List.

c. Application. Re: membership to the Oklahoma State Society.

d. Bulletin. The Oklahoma State Society. Re: Halloween Square Dance.

e. Booklet. Re: mailing list of the Oklahoma State Society.

F 27: Oratorical Contest (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: various business of the Carl Albert Oratorical contest.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Poteau Junior College Student Wins First Prize for Oratory." Poteau Sun. (May 5, l960).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Grove Wins in Oratorical Contest Here." Poteau Sun. (March 2l, l960).

d. Receipt. Murray State Agricultural College . Re: Forensic Award. (January 8, l960).

e. Receipt. Southeastern State College. Re: Forensic award. (January ll, l960).

f. Newspaper clippings. "Albert Oratorical Contest Will Be Staged at Eastern." McAlester News-Capital. (April 6, l960).

g. Newspaper clipping. "Poteau Freshman Winner of Carl Albert's Contest." McAlester News-Capital. (April 8, l960).

h. Newspaper clipping. "Albert Oratory Contest Will Be Expanded." McAlester News-Capital. (December 3, l959).

i. Newspaper clipping. "Carl Albert Speech Event Set Monday." Durant Democrat. (May 8, l960).

j. Newspaper clipping. "Speech Contest Changed to 5 P.M." Durant Democrat. (May 9, l960).

k. List. Re: Oratorical Contest in various college.

F 28: Patronage (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: applications for employment.

b. Booklet. Re: United States Capitol Page School.

F 29: Personal, A-J (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Walter Arnote.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Arrington Ailing Rests in Hospital." Daily Oklahoman. Re: Jim Arrington Democratic National Committeeman." (June 5, 1960).

c. Application to practice in Supreme Court.

F 30: Personal, K-R (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include E. L. "Mike" Massad and Julian J. Rothbaum.

b. Newspaper clipping. "City School Teacher Suffers Heart Attack." McAlester News-Capital. Re: Mrs. S. M. Puryear. (June 26, l960).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Rothbaum Hoping for Closer OU-Tulsa Ties." Tulsa Tribune. Re: Julian J. Rothbaum. (May l0, l960).

F 31: Personal, S-Z (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Elmer Thomas, John M. Virden and Earl Welch.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Oklahoma's l962 Political Contests May Attract Many Surprise Entries" by Carter W. Bradley. Re: Candidates for l962 elections in Oklahoma. (n.s;n.d.).

c. Biographical Sketch. Re: Albert l908-l960.

d. Memoranda.

e. Newspaper clipping. "Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wood Entertain Congressman." Daily Ardmoreite. Re: Albert's visit to Ardmore. Photo included. (December 6, l959).

f. Pamphlet. Masonic Review. Re: Masonry in McAlester.

F 32: Personal: Army Reserves (CCOG) (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: Army Congressional Command and Operations Group. (CCOG).

b. Memorandum.

c. Notice. Re: meeting of CCOG.

d. List. Re: Congressional members that served in the Army.

F 33: Phone Calls (1960).

Memorandums. Re: telephone calls. Callers include Toby Morris.

F 34: Phone Calls: District (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: confirmation of telephone call. Correspondents include George Nigh.

b. Memorandum.

F 35: Plaque: "In God We Trust" (1960).

a. Correspondence.

b. Program. Re: dedication of Post Office Plaque. (February 3, l960).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Ora O' Riley Write Book on Durant, Christ Picture Drive."

d. Program. Re: Dedication of Post Office plaque. (February 3, l960).

e. Press Release. (January 31, l960).

f. Photograph. Durant Democrat. Re: Carlton Beal and Carl Albert.

g. Program. Re: dedication of Post Office plaque in Tulsa. (July ll, l960).

h. Press Release. Religious News Service. (February l5, l960).

i. Statement. Carl Albert. "In God We Trust." (February l0, l960).

j. Newspaper clipping. "... And Blind Man Reads the Words." Fort Worth Press. (June l5, l960).

k. Statement. John J. Mueller. "The Living God and American Destiny."

l. Statement. Reverend Monsignor Vincent J. Wolf. Re: dedication of Post Office plaque in Fort Worth, Texas. (June l4, l960).

m. Photograph. Arkansas Methodist. Re: Picture of Carl Albert and Dr. Bernard Braskamp.

n. Fact Sheet. Re: the National motto, "In God We Trust."

o. Statement. Reverend Monsignor Leo J. Coady. Re: dedication of Post Office plaque. (February 3, l960).

p. Press Release. National Catholic Welfare Conference. Re: dedication of Post Office plaque. (February l, l960).

q. Newspaper clippings. (Clippings from Daily Ardmoreite, Daily Oklahoman, Durant Democrat, and Tulsa World.

F 36: Platt National Park (1960).

Correspondence. Correspondents include Mike Monroney.

F 37: Presidential Candidates (1960).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents Lyndon B. Johnson.

b. Newspaper clippings. "Lyndon Johnson Is Seen As Democratic President Nominee By Carl Albert." McAlester News-Capital. (February 6, l960).

c. Newspaper clipping (reprint). "Oklahoma Needs Johnson for President." Hugo News. (February l4, l960).

d. Booklet. Charles W. Conn. "A Roman Catholic President?"

e. Flyer. "How Shall the Christian Vote in the Presidential Election." James A. Cross.

f. Newspaper clippings. (Clippings from the Daily Oklahoman, Durant Democrat, McAlester News-Capital, New York Times, and the Tulsa World).

F 38: Press Releases (1960).

a. Press Release. Re: The City of Durant presentation of a bronze plaque to the Washington, D.C. post office. (January 31, l960).

b. Press Release. Re: Democratic victories. (February ll, l960).

c. Press Release. Re: photo of Carl Albert presenting plaque from Durant, Oklahoma to Washington, D.C. Postmaster, Carlton Beall. (February l8, l960).

d. Press Release. Re: convention of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. (February l8, l960).

e. Press Release. Re: beef imports. (February l8, l960).

f. Press Release. Re: Library Services Act. (March 24, l960).

g. Press Release. Re: the preservation of the Conally reservation. (March 24, l960).

h. Press Release. Re: the method of payment of federal aid to State Homes. (May 5, l960).

i. Press Release. Re: a comprehensive long-range research program to find new uses for coal. (July 7, l960).

j. Press Release. Re: President Eisenhower's budget request for upstream flood prevention. (No date).

F 39: Publicity (1960).

a. Correspondence.

b. Biography. Re: Carl Albert.

c. Magazine. Oklahoma Publisher. (February, l960).

d. Brochure by Leonard C. Williams. "Alcohol and the Human Body."

e. Newspaper clipping. "In God We Trust." All-Church Press. Re: photo of Albert with Postmaster Carlton Beal in Washington, D.C. (March 24, l960).

f. Newspaper clipping. "Ladies' Whistle Stop Rally." Evening Star. Re: l960 Campaign Conference for Democratic Women. Included is photo of Mary and David Albert. (May 3, l960).

g. Newspaper clipping. "Sideswipes." McAlester News-Capital. Re: life in Washington and Albert's job in Washington. (April 7, l960).

h. Newspaper clipping. "Sideswipes." McAlester News-Capital. Re: Albert's Office in Washington. (n.d.).

i. Newspaper clipping. "Once Secrecy Lid Pried Off, Senate Payroll Records Cause Little Stir." Tulsa World. Re: campaign to make Congressional employees' payrolls public and speech by Robert S. Kerr. (March 6, l960).

j. Newspaper clipping. "Oklahoma Lawmakers' Payrolls About the Same." Tulsa Tribune. (March 3, l960).

k. Newspaper clipping. "Carl Albert and His Bull Whip." Tulsa Tribune. Re: Albert as Democratic Party Whip. (n.d.).

l. Newspaper clipping. "Whip Predicts A Hot Session," Oklahoma City Times, Jan. 6, 1960.

F 40: Radar Equipment (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: requests for radar equipment.

b. Picture. Re: wind equipment.

c. Newspaper clippings. "Radar Unit Offered City" and "Offers Made For Radar Set." Daily Ardmoreite. (June 27-28, l960).

F 41: Radio and TV (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: various appearances on radio and television programs.

b. Flyer. Re: Roll Call - The Newspaper of Capitol Hill. (April l6, l960).

c. Script. Re: broadcast on agriculture. (March 3, l960).

d. Press release. Dwight D. Eisenhower. Re: agriculture. (February 9, l960).

e. Memorandum. Evening Star Broadcasting Company. Re: special instruction to political leaders who plan to use radio and television during their campaigns.

f. Memorandum. Re: telephone call.

F 42: Religion (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: various opinions on religion and politics. Correspondents include Robert F. Kennedy.

b. Booklet. "Church and State Clarified." Re: attitude of the Catholic Church towards Church and State relations.

c. Memorandum. John F. Kennedy. Re: opinions and platform of John F. Kennedy.

d. Newspaper clippings. Re: various opinions on religion and politics. (Clippings from Daily Ardmoreite, Daily Oklahoman, The New York Times, and the Washington Post.

e. Memorandum. Democratic National Committee. Re: question of Kennedy's policy of separation of Church and State.

f. Newspaper clippings. (Clippings from Daily Oklahoman and New York Times.

F 43: Rothbaum, Julian (1958-60).

a. Correspondence. Re: contributions to various Democratic candidates and to the 750 Club. Correspondents include J. Howard Edmondson and John F. Kennedy).

b. Biography. Re: Julian J. Rothbaum.

F 44: State Governments, Council of (1960).

Booklet. The Council of State Governments. "State Government." (Spring l960).

F 45: Steel Strike (1960).

Correspondence.

F 46: Student Loans (1960).

Booklet. United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. "The National Defense Student Loan Program."

F 47: Summit Conference: U-2 Incident (1960).

Correspondence. Correspondents include Chet Holifield, and Frank Kowalski.

F 48: Tinker Field (1960).

Correspondence. Re: update on Tinker Air Force Base.

F 49A: Unidentified Flying Objects (1960).

a. Correspondence.

b. Report. National Investigation Committee on Aerial Phenomena. "Dangers of Secrecy on UFO's and Digest of Documented Evidence." (June 21, l960).

F 49B: University of Oklahoma (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: National Science Foundation support, Kellogg Foundation Center for Continuing Education and other topics.

b. University of Oklahoma Research Institute Annual Report, 1960.

F 49C:University of Oklahoma: Alumni Development Fund (1960).

a. Correspondence.

b. Lists. Re: names and addresses of Alumni.

c. List. Re: check list of "What to Do" as a class representative.

d. Records. Re: fund Workers' Record of out-of pocket expenses.

e. Report. Oklahoma University Alumni Development Fund. "Victory Report for 1959 Campaign."

f. Booklets. Oklahoma University Alumni Development Fund. "Leadership that Counts."

g. Bulletins. Oklahoma University Alumni Development Fund. "Honor Roll l959."

F 50: U. S. Chamber of Commerce (1960).

Reports. Chamber of Commerce of the United States. "Washington Report." (February 26 and March 23, l960).

F 51: Vocational Rehabilitation (1960).

a. Correspondence.

b. Pamphlet. Paul A. Strachan. "Outline of the American Federation of the Physically Handicapped Institute for Human Engineering."

F 52: Voting Record of Albert: 86th Congress-2nd Session (1960).

F 53: White House Conference on Children (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: various business of the White House Conference on Children. Correspondents include George Nigh.

b. Program. Re: Preliminary Program of the l960 White House Conference on Children and Youth. (March 27- April 2, l960).

c. Report. Re: "White House Conference On Children and Youth Conference Reporter." (February l960).

d. List. Oklahoma White House Conference Committee on Children and Youth. Re: governor's delegates.

e. Newspaper clipping. Daily Ardmoreite. Re: photograph of County Judge Christine Legate and Carl Albert. (April l7, l960).

f. Newspaper clipping. Daily Ardmoreite. Re: photograph of county Judge Christine Legate and Carl Albert. (April 7, 1960).

g. Newspaper clipping. Tulsa Tribune. "Tulsa Are Among 6 New Youth Delegates." (March l9, l960).

h. Newspaper clipping. Daily Ardmoreite. "Judge Legate Returns From Youth Meeting. (April 5, l960).

i. Newspaper clipping. Daily Oklahoman. "Sooners to Air Ideas On Youth." (March 20, l960).

F 54: Wilburton Tornado Disaster (1960).

Newspaper clippings. (Clippings from Durant Daily Democrat, Daily Oklahoman, The Hugo Daily News, McAlester News-Capital, Poteau News, and Tulsa World).

F 55: Willis Bridge (1958-60).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newspaper clippings. (Clippings from the Daily Ardmoreite, Daily Oklahoman, McAlester News-Capital, Madill Record, Sulphur Times-Democrat, and Tulsa World.

F 56: Workman's Compensation (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: a uniform Workmen's Compensation Law and the Hazards of radio active materials.

b. Resolution. Executive board of the Oklahoma State AFL-CIO. Re: Workmen's Compensation to protect workers subject to radiation exposure.

F 57: Young Democrat Clubs of America (1960).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics of Young Democrat Clubs of America.

b. Memorandum. Re: Operation Crossroads. (November 9, l961).

c. List. Re: Chapters of the Oklahoma Young Democrats Club certified by the State Credentials Committee. (March 5, l960).

F 58: Yuchi Memorial (1960).

Correspondence. Re: topic and sale of Indian. Correspondents include Mike Monroney, Page Belcher, and Tom Steed.

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