CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
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Box 20: Disarmament (1961) - Oklahoma Tax Commission (1961)

F 1: Disarmament (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: Constitution Day and disarmament proposals.

b. Sermon. T. Robert Ingram. St. Thomas' Episcopal Church. "The Christian Foundation of the constitution." (September l7, l96l).

F 2: District Office (1961).

Correspondence, lists, and receipts. Re: various office supplies.

F 3: Eastern Oklahoma A and M College (1961).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Senator Clem Hamilton leading Candidate For College Helm." Daily Oklahoman. (January 6, l961).

c. Bulletin. Re: dedication of Florence G. Miller, Hall and Student Housing Facilities. (May 5, l961).

F 4: Economy (1961).

Newsletter. "The Kiplinger Washington Letter." Re: the stock market. (October 28, l961).

F 5: 87th Congress (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: various business of the 87th Congress.

b. Newspaper clipping. "This Congress Doing Things For or To Most Everybody." New York Herald. (August 27, l96l).

c. List. Re: members of the House of Representative who lost.

d. Newspaper clipping (summary). New York Times. Re: liberal legislation (not specified). (November 12, l961).

e. Newspaper clipping. Daily Oklahoman. Re: list of members of new House of Representatives.

f. Article. "Congress: The Shellacking." Newsweek. Re: the long session of the 87th Congress. (October 9, 1961).

F 6: Ewing, Cortez A. M. (1961).

Correspondence. Re: Treasury Department Report for the Fiscal Year ending June, l960.

F 7: Federal Agencies in Oklahoma (1961).

Lists. Re: names of people in various Federal Agencies in Oklahoma.

F 8: Girl Scouts of America (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: opinions on the program of Girl Scouts of America.

b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from the Daily Ardmoreite.

F 9: Government (Forms) (1961).

a. Pamphlet. Government Research Center: The University of Kansas. "Council and Commission Manager Government."

b. Booklet. Institute of Public Service: University of Connecticut. "Forms of Town Government in Connecticut." (July, l956).

c. Report. The Library of Congress. Re: Rural Government.

F 10: Inauguration (1961).

Correspondence. Re: invitations to the President's inauguration. Correspondents include Julian J. Rothbaum.

F 11: Inauguration (1961).

a. Press releases.

b. Fact sheet. Re: Calendar and Information on Inaugural Activities.

c. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from the Daily Oklahoman, Hugo News, McAlester Democrat, McAlester News-Capital, Southeastern Oklahoman, Tishomingo Capital Democrat, and Tulsa World.

d. Invitations. The Inaugural Committee. Re: Pre-Inaugural Review.

e. Guide Book. Hospitality Committee.

F 12: Inauguration of President Kennedy (1961).

a. Invitation. President John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson.

b. Program. Re: Inauguration Ceremonies. (January 20, l961).

c. Inaugural address of John F. Kennedy (January 20, 1961).

F 13: Industry in Oklahoma (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: various aspects of Oklahoma industry.

b. Magazine. U.S. News and World Report. Re: advertisement which stated "l00% Financing For New Industry In Oklahoma." (December 26, l960).

c. Magazine. The Independent Petroleum Association of America. "The Oil Producing Industry In Your State." (l960).

F 14: Jones Academy (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: various business of the Jones Academy.

b. Report. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Re: allocations.

c. Newspaper clippings.

F 15: Kappa Alpha (1961).

Correspondence. Re: building of a new Kappa Alpha House.

F 16: Kennedy Birthday Dinner (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: tickets for the Kennedy Birthday Dinner. Correspondents include Julian Rothbaum.

b. Invitations.

F 17: Labor (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: Tulsa Sheet Metal Works Joint Apprenticeship Program and Right-to-Work Issue.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Sheet Metal Payroll $1.5 Million Here, Official Says; Praise Training Plan." (n.s; n.d.).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Right-to-Work Is Back By Congressman." McAlester News-Capital. Re: Phillip M. Landrum. (March 8, l961).

F 18: Lake Texoma (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: applications for leases and appropriations for recreational facilities. Correspondents include Clarence Cannon.

b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from the Durant Democrat.

c. Statement. Ed Edmondson. Re: concessionaire leases at water resource development projects. (July ll, l961).

F 19: Library of Congress (1961).

a. Correspondence.

b. Lists. Library of Congress. Re: employment opportunities with the Library of Congress.

c. Article (reprint). "The Exploration of Space-How it's Changing Our Living." Changing Times. (January, l960).

d. Article (reprint). "How New Metalworking Skills Meet Challenge of Space." The Iron Age. (May 28, l959).

e. Article (reprint). "Ferro Alloy Future Brightens." Steel. (January l9, l959).

f. Lists. The Library of Congress. Re: the telephone coded and extensions of the Legislative Reference Service.

g. List. The Library of Congress. Re: Reference, on Spaceflight, satellites, and rockets.

h. Rules. Library of Congress. Re: withdrawing privileges by Congressional Staff members.

i. Booklet. American Council on Education. The Educational Record. (January l960).

j. Statement. President Dwight D. Eisenhower Prepared By the President's Science Advisory Committee. "Introduction To Outer Space." (March 26, l961).

F 20: Lists (1961).

a. Correspondents. Re: lists of various organizations in Carl Albert's district.

b. List. Re: various organizations in Carl Albert's district.

c. Newspaper clipping. "Groups Compete For State Senate." Daily Oklahoman. (January 1, l961).

d. Newspaper. Daily Oklahoman. Re: lists of graduates of University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University.

F 21: Little, Reuel (1961).

Correspondence. Re: survey report of Denison Dam.

F 22A: Majority Leader: Acting (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: congratulations on Carl Albert's position of Acting Majority Leader. Correspondents include Floyd E. Maytubby, Sam Rayburn, Julian Rothbaum, and Tom Steed.

b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from Daily Oklahoman, Wilson Post Democrat, Antlers American, and the Tulsa World.

c. Newspaper. "Shape of the House," Wall Street Journal. (September 27, l961).

d. Excerpt. "Tribute of Representative Carl Albert of Oklahoma." Congressional Record - Senate. (September 5, l961).

e. Newspaper clipping. "Majority Leadership Often Varies," Sunday Star, Dec. 12, 1961. f. Newspaper clipping. "An Honor to Carl Albert." Daily Oklahoman.

F 22B: Majority Leader: Background (n.d., 1937, 1939, 1941, 1943, 1949, 1953, 1956, 1961).

Folder contains typescripts, Congressional Record inserts, speeches, and other miscellaneous material regarding Sam Rayburn and John W. McCormack as Majority Leader. Also included are typed excerpts from the "Secret Diaries of Harold Ickes."

F 23: Majority Leader Campaign, A-C (1961).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include W. M. Abbitt, Tom Abernathy, George Andrews, Thomas Ludlow Ashley, Iris Blitch, Richard Bolling, Herbert C. Bonner, Frank Boykin, Clarence Cannon, Frank Chelf, James A. Burke and William L. Colmer, John H. Dent, Burr P. Harrison, Wright Patman, John L. McMillan, Clark Fisher, John D. Dingell, Walter Moeller, E. C. Gathings, L. H. Fountain, Bob Sikes, Hugh Alexander, Alton Lennon, George Grant, John J. Riley, Robert A. Everett, Henry B. Gonzalez, Omar Burleson,

b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from Daily Oklahoman, Wilson Post Democrat, Antlers American, and the Tulsa World.

c. Excerpt. "Tribute of Representative Carl Albert of Oklahoma." Congressional Record-Senate. (September 5, 1961).

d. Newspaper. "Oklahoma May Guide House." The Wichita Eagle, Dec. 2, 1961.

F 24: Majority Leader Campaign, D-K (1961).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include John Dent, William Jennings Bryan Dorn, Thomas N. Downing, John E. Fogarty, J. Vaughan Gary, Oren Harris, Burr P. Harrison, Ila Huff, Richard H. Ichord, Frank M. Karsten, and Horace R. Kornegay.

b. Newspaper clippings.

c. Newspaper. "Albert Has Come Long Way From Bug Tussle," Tulsa Tribune, Nov. 27, 1961.

F 25: Majority Leader Campaign, L-R (1961).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Phil Landrum, Thomas Lane, Alton Lennon, D. R. Matthews, John McCormack, Harold B. McSween, Peter Mack, Fred Marshall, Roland V. Libonati, Kenneth A. Roberts, Oren Harris, Armistead Selden, Philip J. Philbin, Henry S. Reuss, Catherine D. Norrell, Harold D. Donohue, James A. Burke, David N. Henderson, Carl Elliot, Emanuel Celler, Wayne Aspinall, Thomas G. Morris, Arnold Olsen, W. R. Poage, J. G. Puterbaugh, Byron Rogers, James Roosevelt, Julian J. Rothbaum and William Fitts Ryan).

b. Newspaper clippings.

F 26: Majority Leaders Campaign (S-Z) (1961).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Alfred Santangelo, Howard W. Smith, Robert G. Stephens, Jr., Roy A. Taylor, Olin Teague, Clark W. Thompson, William M. Tuck, Victor Wickersham, George Howard Wilson, Clyde Doyle, Arthur Winstead, Peter Mack, and Leo Winters.

b. Newspaper clippings.

F 27: Majority Leader Campaign (1961).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Charles E. Bennett, Tom Murray, W. R. Poage, Clark W. Thompson, Ralph J. Scott, Carl Vinson, and John Dowdy.

b. Article. "JFK and The House-President's Legislative Troubles May Increase Under New Leadership." Wall Street Journal. (December l4, l961).

c. Article. "Washington Whisper." U.S. News and World Report. (September 25, l961).

d. Newspaper clippings.

e. Press Release. Tom Steed. "Oklahoman's Endorses Albert." (November 20, l961).

f. Lists. Re: House Democratic Membership.

g. Memoranda.

F 28: Miscellaneous, A-E (1961).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents included George D. Clyde.

b. Newspaper clipping. Re: various topics.

c. Flyer. Re: silverplate by Poole.

d. Bulletin. "Fourth Dimensional Warfare Committee Bulletin." (November 23, 1961).

e. Program. Oklahoma State Bank and Oklahoma State Motor Bank. Re: musical "Oklahoma!" (July 28-30, 1961).

F 29: Miscellaneous, G-N (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Newspaper clippings. Re: various topics.

c. Flyer. Re: Great Falls Montana.

d. Report. Re: 9th Annual Hi-Y Legislature.

e. Article. "Captioned Films Expansion Urgent." Silent Worker. (November, l961).

f. Magazine. The Carpenter. (February, l961).

g. Flyer. Re: Missionary Sunday Schools.

F 30: Miscellaneous, P-Z (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include H. G. Rickover and L. Mendel Rivers.

b. Newspaper clippings. Re: various topics..

c. Flyer. Chamber of Commerce of the United States." l961 Aircade for Citizenship Action."

d. Program. Re: "Strategy for Survival" Conference. (April l5, l961).

e. Flyer. Re: Underground Vaults and Storage.

f. Application. University of Hawaii. Re: the Fourth Summer Institute on Asian Studies.

g. Article. Congressional Record-Appendix. (July l8, l961).

h. Brochure. Re: International Student House.

F 31: Offices Memos and Business (1961).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Julian J. Rothbaum.

b. Memoranda. Re: various topics.

c. Clipping. "Of Sealing Wax and Ships." Re: censor ship of mail. (n.s.;n.d.).

d. Schedules. Re: Carl Albert's appointments.

F 32: Oil (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: oil imports and crude oil production in Oklahoma.

b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from Daily Oklahoman, Tulsa Daily World, and Tulsa Tribune.

F 33: Oklahoma Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Committee (1961).

Correspondence. Re: list of committeemen elected to the Third Congressional District.

F 34: Oklahoma Congressional Delegation (1961).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include J. Howard Edmondson, and Mike Monroney.

b. Resolution. Oklahoma State Senate. Enrolled Senate Resolution No. 14. Re: President Kennedy's policy in the Development and improvement of Oklahoma Natural Resources. (February l3, l961).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Vinson Unit Has Own Unity in Ranks Issue." Evening Star. (February 15, l961).

d. Press Release. Mike Monroney. Re: various releases concerning Mike Monroney. (July 3, l961).

e. Memorandum. Consulting Engineers Association of Oklahoma, Oklahoma chapter American Institute of Architects, Oklahoma Society of Professional Engineers, etc.... Re: private enterprise in govern mental Public Works. (February l4, l96l).

F 35A: Oklahoma: General (1961).

a. Booklet. "Historic Points In and Around Tahlequah" by T. L. Ballenger.

b. Telephone Directory. Re: list of state officers, members of the 28th Legislature, and members of the press in Oklahoma City (Feb. 1961).

F 35B: Oklahoma Hospital Association, Inc. (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: welfare recipients of the medical care program.

b. Resolution. Oklahoma Hospital Association, Inc. Re: Discontinuation of the hospital program for the welfare recipients.

F 36: Oklahoma Politics (1961).

Correspondence. Re: various topics.

F 37: Oklahoma State Election Board (1961).

Correspondence. Re: change in dates under the provisions of House Bill 731-Calendar included. Correspondents include Leo Winters.

F 38: Oklahoma State Highway Commission (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: allocations and construction of state highways.

b. Resolution. Oklahoma State Highway Commission. Re: relief on the Schedule of state payments necessitate by the relocation of Roads in and around Reservoir construction areas. (March 6, l961).

c. Resolution. Small Business administration. Re: the need in the Highway Heavy--Construction Industry for a larger market for Bidding. (September 11, l961).

d. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from Daily Oklahoman and Tishomingo Capital Democrat.

F 39: Oklahoma State Society (1961).

Correspondence and mailing lists.

F 40: Oklahoma Tax Commission (1961).

a. Report. Oklahoma Tax Commission. Re: the collections of sales tax by counties. (September l961).

b. Report. Oklahoma Tax Commission. Re: Sales Tax by Classes of Business. (October l961).

c. Report. Oklahoma Tax Commission. Re: payments to local units of Government for Fiscal Year l960-61).

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