CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
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Box 22: Arbuckle Project (1962) - Democratic State Central Committee of Oklahoma (1962)

F 1: Arbuckle Project (1962).

a. Speech. Carl Albert.

b. Summary.

c. Memorandum. Re: addition observations of the Arbuckle Project Bill. (May 1, l9620.

d. Memorandum. Re: proposed amendments to H.R. 23, the Arbuckle Project Bill. (April 6, l962).

F 2: Architect of the Capitol (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: various business of the Architect of the Capital. Correspondents include George Stewart.

b. Article. Congressional Record - House. "Slums Breed Crime." (September l9,l962).

F 3: Ardmore Industrial Airpark (1962).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Robert S. Kerr and Mike Monroney.

b. Press Release. Mike Monroney. Re: an employment contract at the Ardmore Industrial Airpark. (July 20, l962).

c. Newsletters. Ardmore Chamber of Commerce. (n.d.).

d. Brochure. Lear Service Division. "Capabilities."

F 4: Arkansas Basin Development Association (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: Arkansas River Basin Appropriations, Inc.

b. Newsletter. The Arkansas Basin Development Association, Inc. Re: appropriations. (May l4, l962).

F 5: Bellamy Award (1959-62).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newspaper clippings.

c. Program. Re: The Bellamy Award to Berkeley High School. Berkeley, California. (October l2, l959).

d. Newspaper. "THS Wins Bellamy Flag Award." The World. (May 20, l962).

e. Newspaper. "Central Wins l963 Bellamy Flag Award." The Central Digest. (May l8, l962).

f. Newspaper. "West High Receives 21st Bellamy Flag Award." (October 12, l962).

g. Newspaper. "20th Bellamy Flag Award Given Today." The World. (October l3, l961).

F 6: Biographical Sketches (1962).

Biographical Sketch. Re: Albert: l908-l961.

F 7: Boy Scouts (1962).

Correspondence. Re: membership to the Choctaw Area Boy Scout Council.

F 8: Captive Nations (1962).

Correspondence. Re: a committee that deal with the problems of Captive Nations.

F 9: Capitol Guide Force (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: retirement and social security benefits for Capitol guides.

b. Bill. House of Representatives. Re: Civil Service Retirement Act as amended and the Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance Act of l954 to members of the Capitol Guide force. (March 30, l961).

F 10: Chambers of Commerce (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: business of various Chambers of Commerce.

b. Flyer. Chamber of Commerce of the United States. "Legislative Specialists in the National Chamber Washington, D.C.

c. Program. Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce Executives and Oklahoma business. Re: the Oklahoma Congressional Dinner. (May 3, l962).

F 11: Chrysler Corporation (1962).

Memorandum. Re: MMRD System, Phase 2.

F 12: Civil Aeronautics Board: Southwestern Area Local Service Case (1962).

a. Correspondence.

b. Map. Re: Central's Present Routes and Central's New Route Proposals.

c. Report. United States of America Civil Aeronautics Board. (January 30, l963).

d. Report. Re: history of Southwestern Area Local Service Case.

e. Decision. United States of America Civil Aeronautics Board. Re: Initial Decision of Examiner Herbert K. Bryan.

F 13: Civil Aeronautics Board: Southwestern Area Local Service Case (1962).

a. Brief. Pogue and Neal. (January 22, l962).

b. Booklet. Braniff Airways, Inc. (February, l962).

F 14: Colleagues, A-E (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Joseph P. Addabbo, George Andrews, Victor L. Anfuso, Wayne N. Aspinall, Lindley Beckworth, Charles E. Bennett, Iris Faircloth Blitch, Hale Boggs, J. Caleb Boggs, Richard Bolling, Herbert C. Bonner, Jack Brooks, Everett G. Burkhalter, James A. Byrne, Emanuel Celler, Frank Chelf, Frank M. Clark, Robert T. McLoskey, Jeffery Cohelan, Robert E. Cook, Harold D. Cooley, Thomas B. Curtis, Emilo Q. Daddario, Paul B. Dague, Dominick V. Daniels, James Clifford Davis, John W. Davis, Winfield K. Denton, Charles C. Diggs, Jr., John D. Dingell, William Jenning Bryon Dorn, John Dowdy, Thomas N. Downing, T. J. Dulsii, Ed Edmondson, Allen J. Ellender, Carl Elliott, Joe L. Evins and Robert A. Everett.

b. Newspaper clippings. Re: Texas politics, Albert as Majority Leader, Victor Wickersham.

c. Brochure. Re: Paul Green's Symphonic Drama. "The Lost Colony."

d. Question. Re: Results of political poll in Jeffrey Cohelan's District.

F 15: Colleagues, F-L (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Leonard Farberstein, O. C. Fisher, Daniel J. Flood, John J. Flynt, Jr., L. H. Fountain, Donald M. Fraser, Orville Freeman, Samuel N. Friedel, James G. Fulton, Richard H. Fulton, Cornelius E. Gallager, Edward A. Garmatz, J. Vaughan Gary, E. C. Gathings, Robert N. Giaimo, Jacob H. Gilbert, Thomas P. Gill, George Grant, Edith Green, William J. Green, Jr., Martha W. Griffiths, Charles S. Gubser, G. Elliot Hagan, Harlan Hagen, Richard T. Hanna, Julia Butler Hansen, Ralph R. Harding, Oren Harris, Wayne L. Hays, F. Edward Hebert, David N. Henderson, A. Sydney Herlong, Clare E. Hoffman, Lester Holtzman, Walter B. Huber, George Huddleston, Jr., Hubert H. Humphrey, Richard H. Ichord, Harold T. Johnson, Lester Johnson, Charles Raper Jonas, Bob Jones, Edna F. Kelly, Eugene J. Keogh, Horace R. Kornegay, Phil M. Landrum, Richard E. Lankford, Alton Lennon, and John Lesinski.

b. Booklet. Re: International Village Court of The Seven Seas, Santa Cruz, California.

c. Newspaper clippings. Re: Albert as Majority Leader.

d. Newsletter. Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at Denver. "News from the Home Front." (n.d.).

e. Biographical sketches. Re: A Paul Kitchen and Ray J. Madden.

F 16: Colleagues, M-Q (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include John McCormack, Clifford G. McIntire, Phil Maher, George Mahon, John O. Marsh, Jr. Fred Marshall, Spark M. Matsunaga, D. R. Matthews, Catherine May, Clem Miller, George P. Miller, Wilbur D. Mills, Joseph G. Minish, Mike Monroney, John S. Monagan, Joseph M. Montoya, Thomas G. Morris, Toby Morris, John E. Moss, Abraham J. Multer, William T. Murphy, William H. Natcher, Lucien N. Nedzi, Robert N. C. Nix, Catherine D. Norrell, Robert A. Everett, Thomas J. O'Brien, Barratt O'Hara, Arnold Olsen, Wright Patman, Carl D. Perkins, M. Blaine Peterson, Gracie Pfost, Philip J. Philbin, J. L. Pilcher, Otis G. Pike, Robert Poage, Joe Pool, Adam Clayton Powell, Melvin Price, Roman C. Pucinski, and Graham Purcell.

b. Newspaper clipping (reprint). "Cannon's Procedure." St. Louis Post-Dispatch. (October l8, l962). Re: Clarence Cannon.

c. Printed material. Re: Clem Miller.

d. Newspaper clipping. Texarkana Gazette. Re: Wright Patman.

e. Newspaper clipping. "Sour Appropriation Grapes." Boston Herald. Re: House Appropriations Committee. (October l0, l962).

f. Newsletter. "Barratt O'Hara's Report From Congress."

g. Biographical sketch. Re: M. Blaine Peterson.

h. Press release. A. S. Mike Monroney. Re: federal airport grants for Oklahoma. (January 25, 1962).

F 17: Colleagues, R-Z (l962).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics including Henry S. Reuss. Correspondents include Albert Rains, George M. Rhodes, L. Mendel Rivers, Ray Roberts, Peter W. Rodino, Paul Rogers, Walter Rogers, John J. Rooney, James Roosevelt, Benjamin S. Rosenthal, Dan Rostenkowski, J. Edward Roush, J.T. Rutherford, Harold M. Ryan, William Fitts Ryan, Fernand J. St. Germain, D.S. Saund, Horace Seely-Brown, Ralph J. Scott, Armistead I. Selden, Jr., George F. Senner, Jr., John F. Shelley, Robert L. Sikes, Frank E. Smith, Neal Smith, Wint Smith, Brent Spence, Harley O. Staggers, Tom Steed, Robert G. Stephens, Jr., Samuel S. Stratton, Roy A. Taylor, Albert Thomas, Clark W. Thompson, Herman Toll, J. W. Trimble, William M. Tuck, J.R. Tuten, Al Ullman, Lionel Van Deerlin, Joe D. Waggonner, Jr., Raymond A. Walker, Francis E. Walter, Truman Ward, Phil Weaver, Charles Longstreet Weltner, Compton I. White, Basil L. Whitener, Jamie L. Whitten, Victor Wickersham, Milton R. Young, Clement J. Zablocki, and Herbert Zelendo.

b. Newspaper clippings. Re: Ray Roberts, Albert.

c. Remarks by James Roosevelt. Congressional Record House. "Small Business Problems in the Dairy Industry." (April l6, l962).

d. Flyer. "A Profile of the Service... Congressman Neal Smith."

F 18: Colleagues (1962).

a. Correspondence.

b. Article. "George McGovern Completes Service as Director of Food for Peace." Congressional Record- House. (July 25, l962).

c. Booklet. Ralph R. Roberts, Clerk of the House of Representatives. Re: Official Alphabetical List of the House of Representatives.

d. Newspaper clipping. "Lyndon Johnson's youngest Sister Dies; Rites Today." (December 26, l962).

e. Invitation. Saint Mary's College of California. Re: Inauguration of Brother Timothy Michael, F.S.C. and the Conferring of Honorary Degrees. (October 4, l962).

f. Newsletter. Carroll Kearns. "Your Congressman Reports (December 14, 1962).

g. Biographical sketch. Re: Henry S. Reuss.

h. Memos. Re: various topics.

F 19: Colleagues: District Office (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include William Jennings, Bryan Dorn, James G. Fulton, Thomas P. Gill, Kenneth J. Gray, Edith Green, Julia Butler Hansen, Lester Johnson, Estes Kefauver, D. R. Matthews, John W. McCormack, Robert W. Levering, William T. Murphy, Lawrence F. O'Brien, John R. Pillion, William M. Tuck, and Ralph W. Yarborough.

b. Newspaper clipping. "At Testimonial Dinner." Herrin Spokesman. Re: photo of Albert with William Grindle and Kenneth J. Gravy. (October 20, l962).

c. Newspaper clipping. "Demo Majority Leader Says Northwest Growth Inevitable" and "Rep. Albert Helps Send Off Books Philippines Bound." Longview Daily News. (October 20-21, l962).

d. Newspaper clipping. "Demo Majority Leader Tells Party's Goals." Longview Daily News. (October 21-22, l962).

e. Newspaper clipping. "Cannon's Procedure." St. Louis Post-Dispatch. (October 18, l962). Re: Clarence Cannon

f. Press Release. John R. Pillon. Re: crises occurring due to the Soviet-Communist aggressions. (October 27, l962).

g. Pamphlet. "Unofficial List of Members of the House of Representatives of the United States and their Places of Residence." (November 15, l962).

F 20: Committee Assignments (1962).

Booklet. Ralph R. Roberts, Clerk of the House of Representatives. Re: Standing Committees of the House of Representatives.

F 21: Communism (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: opinions on Communism.

b. Pamphlet. Anti-Defamation League of B'NAI B'RITH. "Facts." Re: the John Birch Society. (November-December, l961).

c. Pamphlet. J. Edgar Hoover. "The Communist Party Line." (September 23, l961).

d. Flyer. Cinema Educational Guild, Inc. "Wanted. Earl Warren for Impeachment."

e. Flyer. Cinema Educational Guild, Inc. "UNESCO Is Deadly Menace to American Youth." (l962).

f. Flyer. Cinema Educational Guild, Inc. "The Truth...About the U. N." (l962).

g. Flyer. Cinema Education Guild, Inc. "UN is Planned Death-Trap for U.S."

h. Newspaper. Common Sense. (May l5, l962).

i. Booklet. Willard E. Givens and Belmont M. Farley. "Communism Menaces Freedom." (l962)

j. Declaration. "A Declaration by Members of Congress of the United States of America In Opposition to any Concessions to Red China. (n.d.).

F 22: Congressional Record: Remarks (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: various remarks in the Congressional Record. Correspondents include John Brademas, Ed Edmondson, Abraham Harman, John McCormack, Benjamin S. Rosenthal, and Oliver S. Willham.

b. Remarks. Re: Proposed introduction to an editorial from El Tiempo de Neuva Orleans to be inserted in the appendix of the Congressional Record. (n.d.).

c. Flyer. The American Association of Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities. "The Idea of Land-Grant College."

d. Remarks. Congressional Record-Appendix. "Oklahoman's Honor Albert." (February l9, l962).

e. Remarks. Congressional Record- Appendix. "Small Business Problem in Dairy Industry." (April l6, l962). James Roosevelt.

f. Remarks. Congressional Record-House. "Peace Officers Memorial Day." (May l4, l962).

g. Remarks. Congressional Record. Re: John McCormack's support preservation and development of water resources of our nation. (June 30, l962).

F 23: Congressional Record: Remarks (1962).

a. Remarks. Congressional Record-Appendix. "Agriculture: False Prophets, Hard Facts, and Commonsense." (January 24, l962).

b. Remarks. Congressional Record-Appendix. "White House Sings Praise of "Old Pro" McCormack-Kennedy Hopeful Since Tax Victory." (April 10, l962).

c. Remarks. Congressional Record-House. "Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Election of the Honorable Lyndon B. Johnson to Congress. (April l0, l962).

d. Remarks. Congressional Record-House. "Domestic Petroleum and Coal Industry." (April l8, l962).

e. Remarks. Congressional Record-House. "The Easter Recess." (April l9, l962).

f. Remarks. Congressional Record-House. Re: the State of Israel. (May 9, l962).

g. Remarks. Congressional Record-House. "Birthday of the Majority Leader." (May l6, l962).

h. Remarks. Congressional Record-Appendix. "Television to the Hinterland." (June 20, l962).

i. Remarks. Congressional Record-House. Re: Agriculture Bill.

j. Remarks. Congressional Record-Senate. Re: Senator Alben W. Barkley's Last Speech, Washington and Lee University. (April 30, l962).

k. Remarks. Congressional Record-Appendix. "Chief Judge Jones Protects Remnants of Flocks of Wild Geese by His Opinion." (July l9, l962).

l. Remarks. Congressional Record-House. Re: tribute to Congressman Fred Marshall.

m. Remarks. Congressional Record-House. "Assessments Voted By General Assembly of the United Nations." (July 20, l962).

n. Remarks. Congressional Record-House. "Charlie Haslet, Associated Press Representative." (July 30, l962).

o. Remarks. Congressional Record-Appendix. "Address of Rear Admiral W. B. Sieglaff to ROTC Units of Harvard University at Joint Commissioning Exercises." (July 30, l962).

p. Remarks. Congressional Record-Appendix. "Another Salute to AP's Haslet." (July 31, l962).

q. Remarks. Congressional Record-House. "Legislative Program for the Week of August 6, l962.

r. Remarks. Congressional Record-House. "Disposition of Judgement Funds of the Cherokee Nation of Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma." (August 6, l962).

s. Remarks. Congressional Record-Appendix. "The Foreign Aid Program for Fiscal Year l963." (September l9, l962).

t. Rough Drafts. Re: Congressional Record Articles.

Note: Not all of these speeches were by Carl Albert.

F 24: Cuba (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: Cuban Situation. Correspondents include Jim Wright.

b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from McAlester News-Capital.

c. Speech. Joe B. Hunt. "Cuba Has Castro rated Insurance Industry." (February 27, l962).

d. Calendar. Public Affairs Division Democratic National Committee. Re: Cuba Situation. (October 26, l962).

e. Newspaper clipping (reprint). Public Affairs Division Democratic National Committee. Washington Post. "The Trap That Was Laid." (October 26, l962).

f. Article (reprint). Public Affairs Division Democratic National Committee. U.S. News and World Report. "The Record Shows Substantial Progress." (October 29, l962).

g. Speech. Public Affair Division Democratic National Committee. (October 23, l962).

F 25: Dams: General (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: various dams. Correspondents include Robert S. Kerr, A.S. Mike Monroney, Ed Edmondson, Page Belcher, and Victor Wickersham.

b. Brochure. Re: Bird Creek Conservancy District and Bird Creek Flood Prevention Association.

c. Map. Re: Multiple Purpose Plan for the Development of Arkansas River and Tributaries.

d. Map. Chamber of Commerce-Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Re: Caney River in Kansas and Oklahoma.

e. Aerial Photo. Re: area flooded by Caney River and Sand Creek.

f. Graph. Chamber of Commerce-Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Re: Estimated Water Demand and Supply For Bartlesville, Oklahoma Environs Including Dewey, Oklahoma. (1962).

g. Resolution. Board of Commissioners of the City of Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Re: the Survey report by the Tulsa Corps of Engineer requesting water storage in the proposed Sand Reservoir. (January l5, l962).

h. Resolution. City Council of Dewey, Oklahoma. Re: the construction of Copan Reservoir. (April 2, l962).

i. Resolution. Tulsa Chamber of Commerce. Re: construction of various reservoirs. (March 6, l962).

j. Resolution. Bartlesville Sportmens' Club, Inc, Re: construction of various reservoirs. (December 28, l962).

k. Newspaper clipping. Daily Oklahoman. "Bright Waterway Future Predicted." (December l6, l961).

l. Newsletter. Robert Kerr. "Senator Kerr Reports to Oklahoma." (n.d.).

m. Reports. Glade R. Kirkpatrick. Re: Arkansas River Basin Project. (May l7, l962).

n. Map. U.S. Department of Agriculture; Soil Conservation Service. Re: Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Progress. (Sept. 9, 1962).

F 26: Dams: General (1962).

a. Memorandum. Glade Kirkpatrick. Re: Senate Bill 2246, 87th Congress, 1st Session (Water Resources Act of l961). (February l5, l962).

b. Newsletters. The Arkansas Basin Development Association, Inc. (January, March, November, and December, l962).

c. Bulletin. Arkansas Basin Development Association, Inc. Re: Officers, Directors, Committees, and Resolutions of the Arkansas Basin Development Association of l962.

d. Brochure. Arkansas Basin Development Association. "An Inland Empire Unfolds."

e. Report. Midland Engineering Company. Re: Atoka Water Supply Project.

f. Minutes. Re: the Thirty-Ninth Meeting of the Arkansas-White-Red Basins Inter-Agency Committee. (May 2-3, l962).

g. Booklet. Re: Arkansas Basin Industrial Planners.

h. Report. Re: National River and Harbor Congress. (March, l962).

i. Booklet. U.S. Department of Agriculture. "Oklahoma's Double Creek Watershed."

j. Booklet. Chamber of Commerce-Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Re: Request for Authorization of the Verdigris River and Tributaries Projects in Oklahoma and Kansas. (June 4, l962).

F 27: Democratic Members: Names and Addresses (1962).

Lists.

F 28: Democratic National Committee (1962).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include John M. Bailey, Julian J. Rothbaum, and Tom Steed.

b. Editorial (reprint). "Business - Industry Will Gain Greater Prosperity With New Trade Program" by Hale Boggs. "Million Share Hope for Health Care for "Aged" by Cecil B. King, and "Progress As A Nation Tied To Education Gains" by Edith Green.

c. Press release. Democratic National Committee. "Republican Party's Role in Support of So-called `Right-to-Work' Laws." (January l7, l962).

d. Editorial (reprint). "Big Foreign Trade Cuts Farm Surplus." Carl Albert. (April l5, l962).

d. Lists. Democratic National Congressional Committee. Re: dates of primaries, runoffs and winners.

e. Booklet. Democratic National Committee. "l962 Campaign Conference for Democratic Women." (May 20-22, l962).

F 29: Democratic National Committee (1962).

a. Flyer. "Why Be a Democrat...?" Re: Democratic Party.

b. Booklet. "New Purpose, New Progress... The Kennedy Administration in Words and Pictures."

c. Booklet. Democratic National Committee. "The l962 Campaign Conference for Democratic Women."

d. Booklet. Democratic National Committee. "A Campaign to Political Publicity: A Handbook for Candidates."

e. Booklet. "Democratic Precinct Handbook."

f. Booklet. Democratic National Committee. "Campaign Communications Handbook."

g. Newsletter. Democratic National Committee. "One Vote -- Your Vote -- Counts." (n.d.).

h. Newsletter. Democratic National Committee. Re: facts about women and senior citizen voters. (May l962).

i. Newsletters. Democratic National Committee. "Democrat." Re: various political topics. (Jan 26, April 26, July 26 and October 3, l962).

j. Booklet. "Voter Registration: First Big Step Toward Victory."

k. Brochure. Democratic National Committee. Re: John F. Kennedy, civil rights, and operation support.

F 30: Democratic National Congressional Committee (1962).

List. Democratic Congressional Committee. Re: Marginal District in l962 Election.

F 31: Democratic State Central Committee of Oklahoma (1962).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newspaper clipping. "District Demos Dodge McGill-Greg Fuss." Durant Daily Democrat. Re: Appreciation of Albert. (March l3, l962).

c. Resolutions. Re: topic and appreciation of Albert.

d. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from Durant Daily Democrat, Davis News, Johnston County Capital Democrat, Talihina American, and Hugo News).

e. Press Release. "Atkinson Cites Needs for Sound State Budgeting." Re: W. P. Bill Atkinson. (n.d.).

f. Program. Democratic Party of Oklahoma. Re: Carl Albert Appreciation Dinner. (September 21, l962).

g. List. Re: State Officials of the Democratic State Central Committee of Oklahoma. (March 23, l962).

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