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Box 25: Publicity, O-Z (1962) - Crackpot File, E-Z (1963)
F 1: Publicity, O-Z (1962).
b. Newspaper clipping. Stillwater News-Press. "Dixie's Little Giant Home." (April 24, l962).
c. Newspaper. "New High School Named in Honor of Carl Albert." Midwest City Leader. (March 29, l962).
d. Magazine. "Carl Albert, Little Giant From Little Dixie, Named Head of House Democrats." (January, l962).
e. Program. Re: Ardmore Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet. (January 26, l962).
f. Article. "Capitol Hill Comment." National Milk Pictorial. (February, l962).
g. Press Release. Commission on Public Relations and Methodist Information. Re: Carl Albert.
h. Report. "Overseas Report." (February 6, l962).
i. Newsletter. The Governor's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped. (May-June, l962).
j. Article. "What Is A Newspaper?"
k. Article. "Don't Be A Silent Citizen."
l. Press Release. Re: Captive Nations Week, l962.
n. Newspaper clipping. "Wilson Dedicates New Post Office." The Daily Ardmoreite. Re: Albert at Dedication of Wilson Post Office. (April 25, l962).
o. Newspaper clipping. Daily Ardmoreite. Re: Albert on Horseback. (April 26, l962).
p. Newspaper clipping. "Albert Legend in Little Dixie. The Daily Ardmoreite. (April 24, l962).
q. Newspaper clipping. "Majority Leader Albert Comes Home to Little Dixie." The Enid Daily Eagle. (April 24, l962).
r. Press Release. Reserve Officer Association. "House Majority Leader Albert Heads ROA Legislative Advisory Group of 34 Members of Congress. (December 16, l962).
s. Newspaper. Oklahoma Telephone Times. Re: photo of Albert on Telephone To Hugo Mayor. (November 26, l962).
t. Newspaper clipping. Re: Photo of Albert, John McCormack, Lyndon B. Johnson, Mike Mansfield, Hubert Humphrey, and Hale Boggs in discussing the Kennedy Health Care Plan. Evening Sun. (July l7, l962).
u. Newspaper clipping. "Party Chiefs in House Disagree on Effectiveness of Congress." AFL-CIO News. Re: Carl Albert and Leslie Arends. (June l6, l962).
v. Newspaper clipping. "Albert Advice Shunned, Farm Bill Meets Death." Daily Oklahoman. (June 23, l962).
F 2: Publicity: News clippings (1962).
a. Newspaper clippings. Re: speeches engagements Cuban Missile Crisis, l962 Democratic Campaign, Red River Navigation project.
b. Newspaper page. Antler American. Re: Dedication program of the New Antlers Post Office on November l0, l962. (November 8, l962).
F 3: Radio and Television (1962).
a. Correspondence. Re: Albert's appearance on Radio and Television. Correspondents include Charles C. Diggs, Jr. and John McCormack.
b. List. Re: Radio Press International Subscribers. (August 1, l962).
c. Brochure. Re: explanation of radio press international.
d. Booklet. The National Association of Broadcasters. "The Television Code." (May, l962).
e. Script. Re: TV interview.
f. Broadcast. CBS Television Network. "The Fifty Faces of `62'." (May 30, l962).
F 4: Radio and Television (1962).
a. Broadcast. CBS Television Network. "Washington Conversation." (March 4, l962).
b. Transcript. Howard K. Smith. "News and Comment." (June l3, l962).
F 5: Salazar, Victor (1962).
Correspondence. Re: appointment for Victor Salazar.
F 6: Saturday Evening Post Article (1962).
a. Correspondence. Re: topics including John Virden, Fort Gibson, Peanuts, Bug Tussle, Biographical Information on Albert Prayer in School, Prince de Joinville. Correspondents include John M. Virden, Walter Arnote, A. M. Gibson, and Joe D. Waggoner.
b. Typescript speech by Carl Albert. Congressional Record. Re: the peanut industry. (May 5, l955).
c. Newspaper clipping. "Albert's Soft Sell" by Paul Duke. Re: Albert as Majority Leader. (March 6, l962).
d. Newspaper clipping. "One Is From Bug Tussle" by Ralph McGill. Re: Democratic Leadership in the House, includes biographical sketch of Albert. (January l7, l962). (n.s.).
e. Newspaper clipping. "l0,000 Buys Fort Washita." Daily Oklahoman. (March l6, l962).
f. Newspaper clipping. "Bug Tussle Checks In." Chicago Tribune. Re: prayer in school. (n.d.).
g. Newspaper clipping. "Indian trial Book By Foreman is Re-Issued." Muskogee Daily Phoenix. Re: trial of Archilla Smith. (April 27, l962).
h. Newspaper clipping. "Honey Springs Given Boosts." Muskogee Daily Phoenix. Re: John M. Virden and the Honey Springs Battlefield project. (n.d.).
i. Newspaper clipping. "Knox Meeting to Hear JFK on `Aged' Bill." Muskogee Daily Phoenix. (n.d.).
j. Article. "British Authors Blame CBI Losses on Stilwell" by John M. Virden. The Register. Re: China-Burma-India combat theater during World War II. (March l0, l962).
k. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from Daily Oklahoman and Tulsa Daily World.
F 7: Saturday Evening Post, A-Z (1962).
a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Jed Johnson.
b. Newspaper clippings. "On Parade" Hattie Lachenmeyer. Re: newspaper editorial on topic. Cushing Daily Citizen. (March 22, l962).
c. Excerpt from Saturday Evening Post.
d. Newspaper clipping. "Administration Sending Congress Revised Dual Compensation Bill." Air Force Times. (April l4, l962).
F 8: Special Orders (1962).
Memorandum. Re: the bombing of two churches in Congressman's James Corman District.
F 9: Super Market Institute Inc. (1962).
b. Booklet. "Silver Anniversary Greetings to SMI from ..."
F 10: Supreme Court: School Prayer Decision (1962).
b. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from the McCurtain Gazette, Hartshorne Sun, Southwest American, Daily Ardmoreite, New York Times, and Washington Post.
c. Resolution. Members of the Methodist Church of Grove. (August 7, l962).
d. Statement. (June 26, l962).
e. Newspaper clipping. "Religious Heritage as Issue." Sunday Star. (July 1, l962).
F 11: Taxes (1962).
a. Correspondence. Re: opinions on taxes.
b. Newspaper clipping. "Carl Albert's Success Story..." Detroit Free Press. (January 7, l962).
F 12: Telstar (1962).
Newspaper clipping. "A T and T Talk Cut by CBS." Evening Star. Re: Telstar TV program. Includes photo of Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, Robert S. Kerr, Congresswoman Margaret Chase Smith, Congressman Everett Dirksen and Albert. (July 11, l962).
F 13: United Nations (1962).
a. Correspondence. Re: opinions regarding actions of the United Nations. Correspondents include M. Blaine Peterson.
b. Newspaper clippings.
c. Magazine. "Ahead: The UN's Greatest Decade." The Week and Washington Sunday Star. (December 31, l962).
F 14 University of Oklahoma A-Z (1962).
a. Correspondence. Re: various aspects of the University of Oklahoma. (Correspondents include J. W. Fulbright, Robert S. Kerr, and Victor Wickersham).
b. Booklet: Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. "Self Study of Higher Education in Oklahoma" (January 1962).
c. Article: Commentary. "No Budget for Books." (May, 1962).
d. Clippings from Daily Oklahoman.
e. Booklet: University of Oklahoma Alumni Association."Alumni Institute," (May 25-27, 1962).
f. Magazine: Sooner Magazine. "Carl Albert Explains the Common Market and the Necessity for New Trade Policies." (July-August, 1962), pp.6-7, 22.
F 15: University of Oklahoma (1962).
b. Newspaper: University of Oklahoma Association. Sooner News-Makers, (April, October, 1962).
c. Report: re University of Oklahoma Libraries, (1961-1962).
d. Article: "The Meaning of Greatness for the University of Oklahoma," Sooner Magazine. (October, 1961).
e. Brochure: "A New Town Plan," re New Mannford, Oklahoma and Keystone Reservoir Area.
f. Article: "How Tall Is a Giant?" Sooner Magazine. (January, 1962), pp.13-14. (2 copies).
g. Article: "Oklahomans Are Football Fans." Oklahoma's Orbit. (September 16, 1962).
h. Booklet: The Bureau of Government Research, "The New Perspective of Legislative Apportionment in Oklahoma." (July, 1962), 51pp.
F 16: University of Oklahoma (1962).
a. Program. Re: Commencement and Albert as recipient of the Distinguished Service Citation. (May 27, 1962).
b. Speech by Albert. Re: The United States and the European Common Market.
F 17: University of Oklahoma: Alumni Development Fund. (1962).
a. Correspondence: re: fund drive.
b. Booklet: Alumni Development Fund: "A Handbook For Class Representatives of the University of Oklahoma."
F 18: University of Oklahoma: Peace Corps (1962).
Correspondence: Re training of volunteers from the University of Oklahoma for the Peace Corps. Correspondents include George L. Cross and Robert Sargent Shriver.
F 19: University of Oklahoma: Research Institute (1962).
a. Correspondence: Correspondents include George L. Cross.
b. Newsletter: "The OURI News," (December 1, 1961, April, 1962).
c. Magazine: Oklahoma's Orbit, "Industry Born of Research," (June 3, 1962).
d. Article: Sooner Magazine, "Window in the Future," (January, 1962).
e. List of projects of the University of Oklahoma Research Institute.
f. Report: "Research Capabilities of the University of Oklahoma Research Institute," (July, 1962).
h. Booklet: "The University of Oklahoma Research Park--A Unique Approach for Research and Development Facilities for Industry and Government."
F 20: Urban Renewal (1962).
Correspondence. Re: opinion of Urban Renewal projects.
F 21: White House (1962).
a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Lawrence F. O'Brien, John W. Davis and Jacqueline Kennedy.
b. Newspaper clipping. "Kennedy Advisor Schlesinger Hoots At Patriotism, Religion." Tulsa World. (July 20, l962).
c. Newspaper clipping. "The Myopic Dr. Schlesinger." Tulsa World. (July l8, l962).
d. Graphs. Re: United States import-export Trade.
e. Schedule. Re: the meeting of Capitol Hill Assistants. (January 26, l962).
F 22: Young Democrats (1962).
a. Correspondence. Re: National Federation of College Young Democrats.
b. Speech. Paul A. De Prez. "The Nondominant Majority." (December, l961).
F 23: Zinc Surplus Disposal (1962).
a. Correspondence. Re: "Stockpile Excess Disposition Act of l962."
b. Statement. Jean Vuillequez, Vice President and Director of American Metal Climax, Inc. Re: the threat of Disposal of Stockpile metals. (July l8, l962).
c. Statement. Julian D. Conover, Executive Vice President American Mining Congress. Re: stockpile of mineral on reserve in case of national emergency. (July l8, l962).
d. Bill. Stuart Symington. Re: "Stockpile Excess Disposition Act of l962."
e. Memorandum. Re: zinc statistical position. (July 9, l962).
F 24: Albert Opinion (1963).
Correspondence. Re: Politicians and the two-party system.
F 25: American Medical Association (1963).
b. Report. Re: Federally funded medical programs.
F 26: Appreciation. (1963).
Correspondence. Correspondents include E. T. Dunlap, J. Edgar Hoover, D.A. McCurdy Gee, John Massey, Julian Rothbaum, and Tom Tipps.
F 27: Architect of the Capitol (1963).
a. Correspondence. Re: business of the Architect of the Capitol.
b. Memorandum. Architect of the Capitol. Re: Electronic Audio-visual Legislative Call System. (January 7, l963).
F 28: Ardmore (1963).
a. Correspondence. Re: the l964 Book of the Month club award to small public libraries presented to Ardmore Public Libraries.
b. Newspaper clipping. Daily Ardmoreite. Re: photograph of Albert and others discussing flood control. (April 21, l963).
F 29: Ardmore Industrial Airpark (1963).
a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Robert S. Kerr, Jr..
b. Bulletin. Ardmore Chamber of Commerce. Re: Business of Ardmore.
c. Information sheet. Re: Ardmore Industrial Airpark Manufacturing Firm and Products and other Tenants and Services.
F 30: Arkoma's Schools (1963).
a. Correspondence. Re: application to build a new high school in Arkoma.
b. Information sheet. Re: Arkoma's School District.
c. Newspaper clipping. "Arkoma School Growing." Poteau News. (May l6, l963).
F 31: A R and T Electronic (1963).
Correspondence, clippings, memos. Re: proposed Space Institute.
F 32: Bellamy Award (1963).
a. Correspondence. Re: topic.
b. Newspaper. "Wausau High Wins Bellamy Award." The Skyrocket. (May l7, l963).
F 33: Boy Scouts of America (1963).
a. Correspondence. Re: various business of the Oklahoma Boy Scouts of America.
b. Certificate. The Choctaw Area Council; Boy Scouts of America. Re: award to Albert as a Guardian of Scouting.
c. Act. Public Law 87-459, H.R. 9752. Re: authorization of Army, Navy, and Air Force Equipment and transportation given to the Boy Scouts of America in connection with the World Jamboree of Boy Scouts.
d. Statement. Carl Albert. "The Good Citizen."
F 34: Brookings Institute (1963).
b. Brochure. The Brookings Institution. "The Public Affairs Fellowship Program."
c. Schedule. The Brooking Institute. "The Public Affairs Program." (January 28, - July 12, l963).
d. Booklet. The Brooking Institute. "The Public Affairs Fellowship Program: A New Dimension in Developing Creative Leadership." (January 28, June l2, l963).
F 35: Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma (1963).
F 36: Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital (1963).
Correspondence. Correspondents include Harry R. Sheppard.
F 37: Colleagues, A-H (1963).
a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Herbert C. Bonner, John Brademas, Jack Brooks, Bob Casey, Emanuel Celler, Marguerite Stitt Church, William Jennings Bryan Dorn, Ed Edmondson, Clair Engle, Joe L. Evins, John J. Flynt, Jr., E. L.Forrester, Don Fuqua, Cornelius E. Gallagher, Thomas P. Gill, Henry B. Gonzalez, Edith Green, Harlan Hagen, Charles A. Halleck, Julia Butler Hansen, Oren Harris, Robert W. Hemphill, and John Hove..
b. Bill. 87th Congress, lst Session - H.R. 5698. Re: extension of the apportionment requirement in the Civil Service Act of January l6, l883. (March 20, l961).
c. Brochure. Re: The Lost Colony of Roanoke Island.
d. Newspaper clipping. "Rep. Albert, Political Phenomenon Will Undoubtedly Become Speaker." (February l8, l963).
e. Invitation. Re: dinner for Harold M. Ryan.
f. The United States Constitution: Text with Analytical Index Unratified Amendments.
F 38: Colleagues (I-Q) (1963).
a. Correspondence. Re: various topics including Mike Monroney, the death of Robert S. Kerr. Correspondents include Daniel K. Inouye, Harold T. Johnson, Lyndon B. Johnson, Elizabeth Kee, Robert S. Kerr, Jr., Robert Kastenmeier, Clark MacGregor, George Mahon, Charles Mathias, Spark M. Matsunaga, Wilbur Mills, Joseph M. Montoya, Thomas G. Morris, James H. Morrison, Abraham J. Multer, John M. Murphy, Barratt O'Hara, James G. O'Hara, William L. St. Onge, J. J."Jake" Pickle, and Joe Pool.
b. Report. House of Representatives. Re: Public Works Appropriations Bills, l964.
c. Magazine. Minnesota Motorist. (April, 1963).
d. Newspaper. "400 Turn Our Here For Missile Day Program." Daily News (Bogalusa, LA). (July 17, 1963).
e. Press Release by Joe Pool. "Viva La Difference." Re: topic and Henry Gonzalez. (n.d.).
F 39: Colleagues, R-Z (1963).
a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Albert Rains, Kenneth A. Roberts, Walter Rogers, Henry C. Schadeberg, Tom Steed, Stuart Symington, Frank Thompson Jr., Homer Thornberry, Morris K. Udall, William J. Randall, Compton I. White Jr., Basil L. Whitener, Victor Wickersham, and Mike Monroney.
b. Newspaper clippings (reprint). "Republicans Blast Basills Aid Vote." Gastonia Gazette. (December 27, l963).
c. Remarks. "Composition of Committees of the House." Congressional Record-House of Representatives. (January 17, l963).
d. Article (reprint). "He Tips The Congressional Power Balance." Life.
e. Statement. Carl B. Albert. "Indians Recognize Edmondson's Service."
f. Press Release. Tom Steed. "Steed Predicts Defeat of Administration Tax Proposals Regarding Depiction."
g. Map. Re: the 1961 Official Highway Map of Minnesota.
F 40: Congressional Record (1963).
a. Correspondence. Correspondents include J. Howard Edmondson, Paul Findley, and Victor Wickersham.
b. Remarks. "Tribute to Representative Carl Albert of Oklahoma." Congressional Record-Senate. (April 23, l963).
c. Remarks. "Space Law and Government." Congressional Record-Appendix. (July l7, l963).
d. Speech. Carl Albert. Re: development of water resources. (June 7, l963).
e. Flyer. Re: the radio station KMOX in St. Louis.
f. Speech. Sam Sullivan. Re: Masonic Fraternities and Freedom and Democracy in the United States.
g. Speech. Carl Albert. Re: Tribute to Lewis Deschler. Congressional Record-House. (March 4, l963).
h. Remarks. Re: Estonian Independence Day.
F 41: Crackpot File, A-D (1963).
a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.
b. Pledge. Re: Americanism Program.
c. Pamphlet. "An Invitation to Communist Take-Over: Disarmament."
d. Newspaper clipping. "Brush Up on Color Psychology Before You Paint Your House." (n.d.).
e. Flyer. Re: Photograph of C.L. Elston, the pastor of the First Church of the Nazarene in Enid, Oklahoma.
F 42: Crackpot File, E-Z (1963).
a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.
b. Newspaper clippings. Re: civil rights. Clippings from Dallas Morning News, Fort Lauderdale News, Evening Outlook, and Los Angeles Times.
c. Newspaper clipping (reprint). Evening Star. (Holland, Michigan).
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