CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
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Box and Folder Inventory
Box 23

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Box 23: District of Columbia (1962) - Miscellaneous, A-E (1962)

F 1: District of Columbia (1962).

Correspondence. Re: request for parking lot in Oklahoma.

F 2: District Office (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: various business of the District office.

b. Program. Re: 197 Convocation of McAlester Consistory - Americanism Reunion. (October 19-20, 1962).

F 3: District Trips (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: trips to the Third District in Oklahoma.

b. Memoranda.

F 4: Economy (1962).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Tax Cut Bill Due Fight, Albert Says." Dallas Times Herald. (December l0, l962).

F 5: 87th Congress (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: various business of the 87th Congress. Correspondents include Frank Chelf, John J. Flynt, Jr., Kenneth R. Harding, Tsurumatsu Kubota, John W. McCormack, Catherine D. Norrell, and John J. Rooney.

b. Newspaper clipping (reprint). "Congress Is A Disgrace." (August 23, l962).

c. Cartoon (reprint). Re: raise in salary for Congressman.

d. Press Release. Re: Accomplishments of the 87th Congress.

e. Brochure. Senate Committee on Rule and Administration. (January l0, l962).

f. List. Re: Republican Members of the House of Representatives.

g. Program. Re: the convening of the 87th Congress.

h. Lists. Democratic National Congressional Committee. Re: each state elected officials.

i. Lists. Re: key Bills in Relation to Executive Recommendation. (February 21, l962).

j. Excerpt. "They Grade the Congress." Re: a summary of ratings of the 87th Congress, lst Session.

F 6: Election Calendar (1962).

Calendar. Re: l962 U.S. election calendar.

F 7: Ewing Foundation (1962).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Marcus Cohn and Dean E. Wooldridge.

b. Newspaper. "Professorial Chairs Outlined for O.U. Plan for Excellence. Sooner News-Makers. (November, l962).

F 8: Federal Budget (1962).

a. Correspondence.

b. Bulletin. Council of State Chambers of Commerce. "Federal Spending Facts." (January 29, l962).

F 9: Federal Land Bank (1962).

Statement. Frank Leven.

F 10: Foot and Mouth Disease (1962).

Correspondence.

F 11: Foreign Assistance (1962).

Correspondence. Re: Korea, Japan, and China.

F 12: Freedom Tax Law (1962).

a. Statements. E. S. Hall. "Give Us the Freedom Tax Law Now." (October 2, l962).

b. Booklet. E.S. Hall. "Everyman a Capitalist - Out of the Red to a Sane World."

F 13: Girl Scouts of America (1962).

Correspondence. Re: the charter issued by Congress to organize the Girl Scouts.

F 14: Indian Affairs (1962).

Correspondence. Re: suits to dissolve trusts in restricted Indian income with the Riggs National Band of Washington.

F 15: Joint Committee on Printing (1962).

Correspondence. Re: the Pocket Congressional Directory. Correspondents include Carl Hayden.

F 16: Joint Sessions of Congress. Tickets (1962).

Correspondence. Re: dedication of new dormitory and dining room at Jones Academy.

F 17: Jones Academy (1962).

Correspondence. Re: dedication of new dormitory and dining room at Jones Academy.

F 18: Kappa Alpha (1962).

a. Correspondence.

b. Booklet. University of Oklahoma. "Beta Eta of Kappa Alpha Order."

c. Magazine. Kappa Alpha Journal. (March, l962).

F 19: Legislative Calendar (1959, 1962).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Hale Boggs (whip notices) and John McCormack.

b. Memorandum.

c. Newspaper clippings.

F 20: Lists: Miscellaneous (1962).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newsletter. Bryan Soil and Water Conservation District. (March, l962).

c. Booklet. United States Government. "Our American Government What Is It? How Does It Function?" (1958).

d. Lists. Re: members of American Municipal Association Durant Chamber of Commerce, McAlester Chamber of Commerce, Newspapers, Radio and TV stations in 3rd District, Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce Roster, and Oklahoma Municipal League).

e. Report. Re: biography of Carl Albert.

f. Newspaper clipping. Clippings from Davis News, Durant Daily Democrats, McAlester News-Capital.

g. List. Re: personnel Roster of Cooperative Extension work in agriculture and home economics. (July l963).

h. List. The Library of Congress. Re: names of the State Governors.

i. List. Re: District Chamber of Commerce Managers.

j. Booklet. "Oklahoma Roster 1961-1962."

k. Booklet. "V.F.W. Roster l962-l963."

l. Program. Re: annual Banquet of the Kansas Democratic Club. (February 24, l962).

m. List. Re: Information contacts of Federal departments and agencies.

n. List. Re: Third District American Legion Post and District Officers for 1963.

F 21: Lists: Teachers (1962).

a. Correspondence.

b. Lists.

c. Newspaper clippings. "Davis School Board Hires All Teachers." (March 25, l962).

d. Directory. Re: l961-62. Directory Carter County Teachers.

F 22: Majority Leader Campaign (1962).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Daniel B. Brewster and Victor Wickersham.

b. Booklet. "Two Strategies of Influence in the House of Representatives: Choosing a Majority Leader, l962."

c. Statements. (January 9, l962).

d. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from Daily Oklahoman, New York Herald Tribune, New York Times, Tulsa World, Washington Daily News, and the Washington Post.

F 23: Majority Leader: Congratulations, A-B (1962).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Chester Bowles.

b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from Tulsa Daily World, Stars and Stripes, New York Times, Kansas City Star, and Kansas City Times.

c. Report. "The Dan Shoot Report." (December ll, l961).

d. Reprint. "The Why of National Indignation." Human Events. (November 3, l961).

e. Newsletter. "Economic Council Letter." (November l5, l961).

f. Drawing (pencil). Re: "Wanted" poster of Carl Albert.

g. Newspaper. "Struggle for Leadership of House May Be Settled." Charleston Courier - News. (January l3, l962).

h. Newspaper. Oklahoma Telephone Times. (January 29, l962).

F 24: Majority Leader: Congratulations, C (1962).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Frank Carlson and George L. Cross.

b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from McCurtain Gazette, Oklahoma Daily, and Orange Chest Daily Pilot.

c. Newspaper clippings. Los Angeles Times. Re: photo of Carl Albert with John McCormack.

d. Wilburn Cartwright campaign card.

F 25: Majority Leader: Congratulations, D-F (1962).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Wesley V. Disney, Aime J. Forand, and Orville Freeman.

b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from Tulsa Daily World, New York Times, and Washington Star.

c. Article (reprint). "Washington Outlook." Business Week. (June l6, l962).

d. Newspaper. "Bolling May Quit Race." Kansas City Times. Albert and Richard Bolling). (January 3, l962).

e. Bulletin. Grand Avenue Methodist. Re: Boy Scout Sunday. (February 7, l962).

F 26: Majority Leader: Congratulations, G-H (1962).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Raymond Gary, William J. Holloway, John Edgar Hoover, and Clifford R. Hope.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Chosen Two." Fresno Bee. (January l0, l962).

c. Newspaper. "Carl Albert Foe Given Up..." Daily Oklahoman. (January 4, l962).

d. Newspaper clipping. "Albert Dispute `Conservative' House Tag." Oklahoma City Times. (January 22, l962).

e. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from Oklahoma City Times, Chicago Daily News, Tulsa World and Coalgate Record-Register.

f. Flyer. Joe B. Hunt Insurance Commissioner, State of Oklahoma. "How Long Should YOU Live?"

F 27: Majority Leader: Congratulations, I-L (1962).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Jed Johnson and Felton M. Johnston.

b. Newspaper clipping. Clippings from Daily Ardmoreite and Cleveland Plain Dealer.

F 28: Majority Leader: Congratulations, Mc (1962).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Ernest W. McFarland and Robert S. McNamara.

b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from Hugo Daily News, Hartford Courand, and the Tulsa Daily World.

c. Newspaper. Sunday Star. Re: photos of Carl Albert. (January 14, 1962).

d. Newspaper clippings. "Timetable Received," "Albert Invites President to Talk Thursday" and Albert Longed Years Ago to Go to Congress." McAlester News-Capital. (January 10, 1962).

F 29: Majority Leader: Congratulations, M (1962).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from Independent Journal, Tulsa Daily World, Richmond News Leader, and New York Journal-American.

F 30: Majority Leader: Congratulations, N-P (1962).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include J. G. Puterbaugh.

b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from the Paris News.

c. Editorial. KWTV. (January 3, 1962).

d. Biography. Re: G. R. Pflasterer. (Sept. 6, 1961).

F 31: Majority Leader: Congratulations, Q-R (1962).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Julian J. Rothbaum.

b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from the Washington Post, Daily Ardmoreite, Air Force Times, and Sunday Oklahoman.

F 32: Majority Leader: Congratulations, S (1962).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from the New York Times.

F 33: Majority Leader: Congratulations, T-V (1962).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Elmer Thomas.

b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings include Marietta Monitor.

c. Newspaper clipping. Sunday Star. Re: photo of the Albert family. (Jan. 7, 1962).

F 34: Majority Leader: Congratulations, W-Z (1962).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Earl Welch and George Howard Wilson.

b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from Honolulu Advertiser, Oklahoma Daily, Marlow Review, The Press, Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City Times, and Stars and Stripes).

c. Newspaper. "Carl Albert Named as House Leader." Daily Oklahoman. (January 10, 1962).

F 35: Majority Leader: Miscellaneous (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: New York Delegation's Representative on the Steering Committee. Correspondents include Abraham J. Multer.

b. Draft. Sooner Magazine. Re: Albert's statement of his responsibilities as Majority Leader and what his position would mean to Oklahoma.

c. List. Re: bill which Carl Albert supported with regards to Civil Rights.

F 36: Memoranda (1962).

a. Correspondence. Re: sugar beet acreage reserve.

b. Memorandums. Re: various bills.

F 37: Memorandum: Expected Committee Actions (1962).

Memoranda.

F 38: Miscellaneous, A-E (1962).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include George P. Miller and Tom Steed.

b. Proposal. South Carolina Junior Chamber of Commerce. "Think and Live." Re: a proposed plan to cut the automobile accident rate.

c. Booklet. Bayard C. Auchincloss. "KWCO Editorials." (1961).

d. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from McAlester News-Capital and Stigler News.

e. Magazine. The Constructor. (November, 1962).

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