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Box 21: Oklahoma Water Resources Board (1961) - Appreciation Letters (1962)

F 1: Oklahoma Water Resources Board (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: business of the Oklahoma Water Resources Board.

b. Resolution Association of Western State Engineers. Re: the Protection of Water Rights under State Laws. (September 2, l961).

c. Resolution. Association of Western State Engineers. Re: The National Wilderness Preservation System Bills. (September 2, l960).

d. Resolution. Association of Western State Engineers. Re: Federal Assistance to Non-federal Municipal and Industrial Water Projects. (September 2, l961).

e. Magazine. Bureau of Water Resources Research and Oklahoma Water Resources Board. "Water Oklahoma's No.1 Problem."

F 2: Oratorical Contest (1961).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include E. T. Dunlap.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Girl Winner of Carl Albert Oratory Award." McAlester News-Capital. (April 4, l961).

c. Magazine. L. G. Balfour Company. "Awards for Champions."

d. Speech by Sue Ellen Reed. "The Golden Calf."

F 3: Patronage (1961).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Francis Walter.

b. Newspaper clipping. Clippings from the Daily Oklahoman and Tulsa Tribune).

F 4: Personal, A-J (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include J. Lindsay Almond and Charles H. Brown.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Get-Well Wish to Girl Carries Real Authority." Toledo Blade. Re: autograph photo of John F. Kennedy. (n.d.).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Rep. Albert May Be Next Leader." Re: Albert as Majority Leader. (n.s;n.d.).

d. Newspaper clipping. "White House Museum Gets Gift from R. L. Crutcher." McAlester News-Capital. (August 30, l961).

e. Clipping. Tulsa Tribune. Re: photo of Albert with Cub Scout Stephen J. Lee (Feb.8, 1961).

F 5: Personal, K-R (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Julian J. Rothbaum.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Celler and Our Salamander." Tulsa Tribune. Re: Gerrymandering. (January 16, l961).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Carl Albert in Race for Rayburn Job." Tulsa Daily World. (June l5, l961).

F 6: Personal, S-Z (1961).

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

b. Newspaper clipping. "Old Times at Grade School Reviewed by Congressman, Superintendent and Teacher," McAlester News-Capital. Re: Albert and Bill Anderson Boyhood Experiences at Bug Tussle school with Lottie Ross as teacher. (n.d.).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Shadow on the Bench." Re: Judge Royce H. Savage. (n.s;n.d.).

d. Newspaper clipping. "Sad News From Texas." Washington Post. Re: Sam Rayburn. (October 6, l961).

e. Newspaper clipping. "Tests Show Rayburn Has Incurable Cancer" by William F. Arbogast. (n.s;n.d.).

f. Newspaper clipping. "The Speakership...Odds Favor McCormack." Washington Post. (October 7, l961).

g. Newspaper clipping. "Chief of Staff Title Doesn't fit the Job" by John M. Virden. The Register. (November 4, l961).

h. Newspaper clipping. "Washington Newsman Supplies Second Chorus of Civil War Ditties." Daily Oklahoman. Re: John M. Virden. (June 5, l961).

i. Newspaper clipping. "Ad Might Have Saved Boy's Life." McAlester News-Capital. Re: Johnny Young. (n.d.).

j. Biographical sketch. Re: Carl Albert.

F 7: Personal: Army Reserves (CCOG) (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: Army Congressional Command and Operations Group.

b. Booklet. "Project Mobility Presented by U.S. Army Transportation Training Command." (June 5-10, l961).

F 8: Personal: Birthday Greetings (1961).

Correspondence. Correspondents include Orville Freeman, Arthur J. Goldberg, Lawrence F. O'Brien, and Elvis J. Stahr, Jr..

F 9: Personal: Ward, Charles (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Ward and Mike Monroney.

b. Report. Re: 1960 Alumni Development Fund of the University of Oklahoma.

c. Report. Re: "A Dillar, a Dollar, an Underprivileged Scholar." The New Times Book Review. Re: Book review of Education and Income: Inequalities of Opportunity in Our Public Schools by Patricia Cayo Sexton.

d. Clipping. "Debates Encourage Prayer." Tulsa Tribune. Re: Congressional Prayer Room. (Jan.27, 1961).

e. Clipping. "Albert's Aide Arrives Here." McAlester News-Capital. Re: Ward's arrival in McAlester, (October 5, 1961).

f. Clipping. "Women in Government Is Charles Ward's Subject for AAUW Dinner Meeting," and "Ward Tells About Women in Congress." Durant Daily Democrat. (Oct.29, 1961).

g. Clipping. "Albert's Aide Goes on Tour at Installations." McAlester News-Capital. Re: Ward's trip to Europe. (Oct.30, 1961).

h. Schedule. Re: Ward's European Trip schedule.

F 10: Phone Calls (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Herbert C. Bonner.

b. Memoranda.

F 11: Phone Calls: District Office (1961).

F 12: Photographs (1961).

a. Correspondence.

b. Press release. Re: Luncheon given in honor of Secretary of the Army, Wilber M. Brucker, held in Speaker's Dining Room. Albert and other Congressmen included.

F 13: President's Visit to Big Cedar (1961).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include John Jarman.

b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from Antlers American, Washington Post, and Durant Daily Democrat.

c. Press Release. R. G. Miller of the Daily Oklahoman. "The Kiamichi Area."

d. Press Release. White House Press Secretary. (October 29, l961).

e. Newspaper. Daily Oklahoman (Oct.30, 1961) Re: ribbon cutting ceremony at Big Cedar.

f. Speech. President John F. Kennedy's. Re: political leaders in Oklahoma.

F 14: Press Releases (1961).

a. Press release. Carl Albert. Re: preservation of the Connally reservation. (March 24, l961).

b. Press release. Everett M. Dirksen. Re: the Under Secretary of State, Chester Bowles. (August 24, l961).

c. Press Release. Robert S. Kerr. Re: Oklahoma Community Development clinic. (August l0, l961).

F 15: Project Hope (1961).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Frank C. Osmers, Jr..

b. Report. The People to People Health Foundation Inc. Re: the Forecast for l961).

c. Press release. Project Hope. "Project Hope President Announces First Six-Month "outstanding." (April 27, l961).

F 16: Publicity (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: public and radio appearances. Correspondents include Chet Holifield, Frank D. Mc Sherry and Julian Rothbaum.

b. Memoranda.

c. Reports. Re: proposed Television Series called "Carl Albert Reports."

d. Newspaper clipping. "Carl Albert for Speaker." Tulsa Tribune. (June l6, l961).

e. Article. "A Red-Headed Boy." My Oklahoma. Re Carl Albert and the National Oratorical Contest. (May, 1927).

f. Clipping. "City's Dial Phone System Starts." Durant Daily Democrat. Re: call from Southwestern Bell manager, Harry Arfstorm's phone call to Carl Albert demonstrating new phone system. (March 5, 1961).

F 17: Publicity: "Face the Nation" (1961).

Transcript. CBS News. Re: television program "Face the Nation" with topic "Congress and the New Frontier." Albert, Mike Mansfield, Everett M. Dirksen and Charles A. Halleck were guests of show.

F 18: Publicity: Newsclippings (1961).

a. Cartoon by Herblock. Washington Post. Re: President John F. Kennedy and Democratic Leadership.

b. Newspaper clippings. Re: Speakership, John McCormack, Sam Rayburn, Speaking engagements, possibility of Albert as Majority Leader, Warren Spahn, Hardie Murphy, President John F. Kennedy, Russia, Germany, and Henry B. Gonzales.

F 19: Red River Valley Association (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: Appropriations for Civil Works.

b. List. Corp of Engineers. Re: requests for Civil works Appropriations for Red River Basin Projects. (Fiscal Year l962).

c. Newsletters. Red River Valley Association. Re: summary of public works.

F 20: Reserve Officers Association (1961).

Magazine. The Reserve Officers Association of the United States. The Officer. (March, l961).

F 21: Sergeant at Arms (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: mileage allowance. Correspondents include Zeake W. Johnson, Jr..

b. Article. Congressional Record-Appendix by Joe L. Evins. "The Sergeant At Arms, Zeake W. Johnson - Genial Tennessean. (February 27, l961).

F 22: Southeastern State College (1961).

Press Release. National Science Foundation. Re: 24 In-Service Institutes For Elementary School Personnel. (May l0, l961).

F 23: The Speaker (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: question of successor to Speakership after Sam Rayburn. Correspondents include Hale Boggs, Zeake Johnson, and John M. Virden.

b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from Washington Star, Oklahoma City Times, The Atlanta Journal, Tulsa World, Tulsa Tribune, and Wall Street Journal.

c. Article. "Washington Whispers." U.S. News and World Report. Re: possibility of Carl Albert as Speaker of the House. (September 25, l961).

d. Newspaper. Arkansas Gazette.

F 24: United Nations (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: various aspects of the United Nations.

b. Newsletter. The Conservative Society of America. "The Future in the Congo."(October 24, l961).

c. Newsletter. Economic Council Letter. "Do Communist control Our National Defense?" (December l5, l961).

F 25: United Service Organization (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: United Service Organization, Inc.

b. Statement. Danny Kaye. Re: the period after World War II. (March l4, l961).

F 26: University of Oklahoma (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: various business of the University of Oklahoma. Correspondents include J. Howard Edmondson, George L. Cross, and Julian J. Rothbaum.

b. Magazine. Oklahoma Science Service. Instatootings. (Summer, 1959).

c. Magazine. University of Oklahoma. Re: the Second Southwest Seminar in Public Responsibility.

d. List. University of Oklahoma Research Institute. Re: projects.

F 27: University of Oklahoma (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: topic and Alumni Development Fund.

b. List. The Oklahoma High School Speech League. Re: history of Oklahoma debate champions.

c. Newspaper. University of Oklahoma Association. Sooner News-Maker. (April, 1961).

d. Article. "The Great DeGolyer Collection." Fortune. (April, 1961).

e. Magazine. Sooner. (April, 1961).

f. Report. University of Oklahoma Research Institute. Re: summary of activities of the University of Oklahoma Research Institute. (1961).

F 28: University of Oklahoma Archives (1961).

Memorandum. Re: Dr. Arrell Gibson.

F 29: University of Oklahoma: Peace Corps (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: starting a Peace Corps at the University of Oklahoma. Correspondents include John Jarman and Mike Monroney.

b. Pamphlet. Headquarters Fourth United States Army. "Communication and Supervision." (September, l960).

c. Proposal. The University of Oklahoma Research Institute. Re: A communication training program for Peace Corps Volunteers.

F 30: University of Oklahoma Press: Book Account (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: publications by University of Oklahoma Press sent to congressmen. Folder includes numerous thank-you letters from various members of Congress thanking Albert for the copy of Thomas Jefferson, American Tourist. Other correspondents include Julian J. Rothbaum.

b. Invoices.

F 31: University of Oklahoma: Sooner Magazine Article (1961).

a. Correspondence.

b. Articles (rough drafts). Re: education and government.

c. Magazine. "The Meaning of Greatness in Government and Politics" by Carl Albert. Sooner Magazine. (October, 1961).

F 32: Watershed Programs (1961).

a. Correspondence.

b. Report. "Watershed Protection Moves Ahead in Congressman Albert's District."

c. Minutes. Corps of Engineers. Re: coordination of Studies in the Poteau River Watershed. (September l8, l961).

d. Speech. D. A. William, U.S. Department of Agriculture. "Watersheds and Water." (February 23, l961).

F 33: Weather Bureau (1961).

Correspondence. Re: a publication explaining the program where voluntary weather observers take and record weather observations for the U.S. Weather Bureau.

F 34: White House (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: various aspects of the White House. Correspondents include John F. Kennedy, George Mc Govern, Lawrence F. O'Brien.

b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings include Daily Oklahoman.

c. Memorandum. George McGovern. Re: recommendations for Improvements in the Food For Peace Programs.

d. Press Release. Office of the White House Press Secretary. Re: the death of Dag Hammarskjold and world peace.

e. Brochure. United States Department of the Interior.

F 35: Wister Flood and Howe Tornado (1961).

a. Correspondence. Re: federal aid assistance due to the Wister Flood and Howe Tornado. Correspondents include Robert S. Kerr.

b. Proclamation. Mayor of the City of Konawa. Re: tornado in the City of Konawa.

F 36: Young Democrat Club of America (1961).

Correspondence. Re: National Convention of the Young Democratic Clubs of America.

F 37: Yugoslav Aircraft (1961).

Correspondence. Re: sales of obsolescent jet planes to Yugoslavia.

F 38: Advisory Committees (1962).

Correspondence. Re: request for lists of Advisory committee appointed by various departments of agency. (List of people included).

F 39: Albert Appreciation Dinner, A-M (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: topic. Correspondents include Hale Boggs, Clyde Doyle, John J. Flynt, Lyndon B. Johnson, Michael J. Kirwan, Scott Lucas, John W. McCormack, and Wilbur Mills.

b. Newspaper clipping. "`Little Giant'" Dinner Grows." Daily Oklahoman. (September 21, l961).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Carl Albert Class Sponsors Names." Oklahoma City Times. (September 20, l962).

d. Newspaper clipping. "Truman Bennett Dies at 58." Oklahoma City Times. (September l9, l962).

F 40: Albert Appreciation Dinner, N-Z (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: topic. Correspondents include Ray Roberts, Julian J. Rothbaum, Elmer Thomas and Jim Wright.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Democrats Salute Albert." Daily Oklahoman. (September 22, l962).

c. Newspaper clipping (reprint). "Carl Albert Appreciation Day...." Blue Valley Farmer.

d. List. Re: donations given the Appreciation Dinner.

e. Program. Democratic Party of Oklahoma. Re: Carl Albert Appreciation Dinner. (September 21, l961).

f. Memoranda.

F 41: Albert Speeches and Remarks (1962).

a. Remarks. "Legislative Accomplishments of the 88th Congress, lst Session." Re: 88th Congress.

b. Remarks. Re: Congressman Frank Boykin.

c. Remarks. Re: Astronaut Commander Walt M. Shirra. (October 3, l962).

F 42: Appreciation (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: appreciation for Carl Albert's services. Correspondents include George Cross, Culp Kruger, Julian Rothbaum, W.C. Westmoreland, and Matthew Empson.

b. Newspaper clipping. Daily Oklahoman. Re: Mary Albert.

c. Sketch. Re: Carl Albert.

d. Newspaper clipping. "Public Service Co. Announces Shift." Talihina American. (November 29, 1962).

e. Newspaper page. "Carl Albert Named as House Leader." Daily Oklahoman. (January l0, l962).

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