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Box 27: Oklahoma: General, A-G (1963) - Virden, John M. (1963)

F 1: Oklahoma: General, A-G (1963).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents from Henry Bellmon and Raymond Gary.

b. Statement. W. Evans Buchanan, President of the National Association of Home Builders. Re: Federal Taxation. (March l4, l963).

c. Slide. Re: Carl Albert and the Home Builders Association.

d. Newspaper clippings. Clippings from the Daily Oklahoman.

e. Resolution. Board of Directors of the Grand Rivers Dam Authority. Re: commendation of the members of the Oklahoma delegation in the Congress. (August l9, l963).

F 2: Oklahoma: General, H-Q (1963).

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

b. Pamphlet. Joe B. Hunt: Insurance Commissioner, State of Oklahoma. "Fourteen Flags Over Oklahoma."

c. Report. Re: information about the proposed Poteau Valley Authority.

d. Map. Re: Poteau Valley Authority.

e. Brochure. "Plan Your Future in Duncan, Oklahoma."

f. Newspaper. Transport Topics. (October 28, l963).

g. Newspaper clipping. "Honey Springs Battle Recalled at Centennial." Checotah News. (July l9, l963).

h. Articles (Reprint). The Water Development Foundation of Oklahoma. Oklahoma's Orbit.

i. Brochure. Water Development Foundation, Inc. "Oklahoma's Rain of Opportunity."

j. Brochure. Asphalt Refiners Association. "The Petroleum Industry; A Statistical And Fiscal Comparison with the Cement Industry." (n.d.).

k. Newspaper clipping. "The Smoking Room." (n.d.).

l. Newspaper. "Capital Punishment: Justice or Mercy?" Oklahoma Courier. (June 28, l963).

m. Press release. Housing and Home Finance Agency. Re: complete municipal water system for Bokoshe in LeFlore County (November 26, 1963).

F 3: Oklahoma: General, R-Z (1963).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Victor Wickersham.

b. Newspaper clippings (reprints). (Clippings from Tulsa World, Norman Transcript, Oklahoma City Times, and the Tulsa Tribune).

c. Press Release. Seminole County Central Committee. Re: policies of the Democratic Party. (February l4, l963).

d. Press Release. Oklahoma State AFL-CIO. Re: aim of organized labor in Oklahoma. (January l0, l963).

e. Press Release. Re: The State Board of Agriculture. "State Near Top in Cattle Over Two Years Old." (March 5, l963).

f. Bulletin. Associated Industries of Oklahoma, Inc. Re: Oklahoma State Legislative Activities. (February l5, l963).

g. Report. "The Medical Assistance for the Aged Program in Oklahoma."

h. Newsletter. Re: Department of Commerce and Industry. "Oklahoma Economic News." (December, l962).

i. Report. National Library Week program. "The Nation's Libraries: Some Facts and Statistics." (November, l962).

j. Newsletter. McAlester Lions Club. (August l4, l963).

k. Editorial. KOTV. "Contact your Representatives." (January ll, l963).

l. Booklet. Re: W.P. Bill Atkinson Enterprises, Inc.

m. Article. Healdton Herald. Re: First dial telephone call from Healdton to Albert. (October 24, l963).

n. Newspaper. Oklahoma Rural News. (February l, l963).

o. Press release. Earl Welch's appointment to Surgeon General's Advisory Committee on Indian Health.

F 4: Oklahoma: Legislature. (1963).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Tom McChristian, Arthur G. McComas, and Charles Nesbitt.

b. Resolution. Oklahoma State Senate. Re: request that the Corp of Engineers, Department of Defense, United States Government explore the feasibility of extending water Navigation facilities from Catoosa through Oologah Reservoir; requesting terminal facilities at Catoosa to be widened. (May 27, l963).

c. Bill. Oklahoma State Legislature. Re: application of laymen rendering emergency medical care (Good Samaritan Acts).. (May 22, l963).

d. Bill. Oklahoma Senate. Re: Four Year Term for county officers. (n.d.).

e. Press release. Oklahoma House of Representative. Re: "right-to-work" legislation. (September l2, l963).

f. Flyer. Oklahoma Free Marketing and Bargaining Committee. Re: "So-Called `Right to Work' Turns Out Wrong."

g. Press Release. Re: Leland Wolf. "A Democrat Speaks Out." (April 25,l963).

h. Bulletins. Associated Industries of Oklahoma, Inc. Re: Oklahoma State Legislative Activities. (March-June, l963).

i. Newsletter. League of Women Voters of Oklahoma. "The Oklahoma Voter." (November, l963).

j. Article. "Legislative Jigsaw." Oklahoma's Orbit. (September 1, l963).

k. Resolution. Oklahoma House of Representatives. Re: Suggested appointment of Jake Simmons as an Ambassador of the United States of America to one of the African Countries. (June l4, l963).

l. Report. Department of the Interior. Re: progress of the Southwestern Power Administration.

F 5: Oklahoma: State Employment Service (1963).

a. Correspondence. Re: Disabled American Veterans Programs.

b. Resolution. Disabled American Veterans. Re: endorsement of programs of the Oklahoma State Employment Service. (December 8, l963).

c. Press Release. National Society of Professional Engineers. Re: the operation of college placement facilities.

F 6: Oklahoma State Society (1963).

a. Correspondence.

b. Lists. Re: Oklahoma State Society Mailing List.

F 7: Oklahoma: Tax Commission (1963).

a. Reports. Oklahoma Tax commission. Re: Sale Tax Report showing Collection by Counties.

b. Report. Oklahoma Tax Commission. Re: Sales Tax by classes of business.

c. Tax form. Re: Form 5ll-A.

d. Map. Re: percent of increase or decrease of sales tax collection by Counties for the month of June, l963.

F 8: Oratorical Contest (1963).

a. Correspondence. Re: Carl Albert Oratorical Contest.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Top Three Orators." McAlester News-Capital. Re: Carl Albert Oratorical Contest. (March l4, l963).

c. Newspaper. "Gilpin Earns Oratory Prize." The Southeastern. Re: Carl Albert Oratorical Contest. (March l4, l963).

F 9: Personal, A-C (1963).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Victor L. Anfuso, W. P. Atkinson, Herbert C. Bonner, Hale Boggs, Reva Beck Bosone, Frank Boykin, and John McCormack.

b. Newspaper. "Push For Congressional probe of Rail Finances." Labor. (January l2,l963).

c. Newspaper clippings. Re: various topic. Clippings from Mobile Register and Evening Star.

d. Article. "School Boards Need To Understand ETV." The NAEB Journal. (January - February, l963).

e. Newspaper clipping. Tulsa Tribune. Re: photo of Albert and Mrs. Lyndon Johnson. (December 24, l963).

F 10: Personal, D-H (1963).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Newspaper clippings from Oklahoma City Times, The Sunday Oklahoman, and Chicago Sunday Tribune.

c. Remarks. "Francis Keppel, Commissioner of Education." Congressional Record - House. (April 24, l963).

d. Booklet. Hinkel's Book Shop. Re: books for sale.

F 11: Personal, I-M (1963).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Lyndon B. Johnson, James R. Jones, John F. Kennedy, Cecil R. King, and Fred Korth.

b. Newspaper clippings. Re: various topics. Clippings from Wall Street Journal and Wichita Falls Record News).

c. Poem. David Randolph Milsten. "Howdy Folks." Re: the official Will Rogers poem.

d. Newsletter. Southwestern Union Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists. "The Record." (September 4, l963).

e. Newspaper clipping. "State Congressional Redistricting Asked..." Daily Oklahoman. (November 8, l963).

F 12: Personal, N-P (1963).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include George Nigh and Adam Clayton Powell.

b. Newspaper clipping. "M.W. Priddy's Vital Force in Masonic Work." McAlester News-Capital. (April l3, l963).

F 13: Personal, Q-S (1963).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Julian Rothbaum, Frank E. Smith, and Rex Sparger.

b. Pass. Re: circuit pass to the Rowley United Theatres.

c. Newspaper clippings. Re: various topics. (Clippings from Oklahoma City Times and Chattanooga Times.).

d. Article. "The Boy From Bug Tussle." Business Week. (March 23, l963).

e. Certificate. The International Association of Lions Club. Re: honoring Albert as a fifteen year old monarch in the Lions Club Association.

F 14: Personal, T-Z (1963).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Stewart L. Udall, Cyrus Vance, George Howard Wilson, and Wilson W. Wyatt.

b. Program. The Oklahoma City Public Schools. "This is Oklahoma." (April 3,l963).

c. Newspaper clippings. Re: various topics. Clippings from Enid Morning News, Muskogee Sunday Phoenix, Times - Democrat, and Astrojet.

d. Bulletin. First Methodist Church (Idabel, Oklahoma). (September 8, l963).

e. Newspaper clipping. Daily Gleaner. Re: photograph of Albert on vacation at Tower Isle Hotel. (February 4, l963).

f. Newspaper clipping. "She's A Silent Political Partner." Daily Oklahoman. (December l6, l962).

F 15: Personal (1963).

Correspondence and memoranda.

F 16: Photographs.

F 17: Politics (1963).

Letter. Re: Southern politics and Albert's views on politics and the legislative process.

F 18A: Poteau Valley Authority (1963).

a. Correspondence.

b. Maps.

c. Report. "How to Form Poteau Valley Authority."

F 18B: President's Study Group.

Correspondents include Robert F. Kennedy and the National Service Corps.

F 19: Publicity, A-L (1963).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newspaper clippings from the Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City Times, and the Purcell Register).

c. Article. Re: Albert; written in Czechoslovakian in the Ceske Listy (Newspaper). (l962).

d. Newspaper. Borger, Texas News-Herald. Re: U. S. budget and spending.

e. Article (reprint). "The Hard Kind of Patriotism" by Adlai Stevenson. Harper's Magazine (by Adlai E. Stevenson).

f. Article (reprint). "The Honorable Carl Albert Majority Leader of the House." National Association of Educational Broadcasters Journal. (January - February, l963).

g. Newspaper. Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Re: charities. (April 5,l963).

h. Magazine. "The Power of an Idea." Think. (March, l963).

F 20: Publicity, M-Z (1963).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Mike Monroney.

b. Newspaper clippings from Hawaii Times, Tulsa World, Louisville Times, The Scarlet and Silver Banner and Labor.

c. Remarks. "The Golden Anniversary of the Slovak Sisters of Third Order of St. Francis of America." Congressional Record-Senate. (April 23, l963).

d. Article. "Tourist Crisis." Parade. (May l9, l963).

e. Report. Re: progress of KOED. (April l9,l963).

f. Article (reprint). "We're Running the Wrong Race With Russia!" Reader's Digest. (August l963).

g. Article (reprint). "Let's Stop Sending U.S. Dollars To Aid Our Enemies." Reader's Digest. (August, l963).

h. Folder. Oklahoma Planning and Resources Board. "An Adventure Trail - South - Eastern Oklahoma."

i. Newsletter. Re: St. Mary's Hospital. (December January, l964).

j. Newspaper. "Leading Oklahomans View Encyclical as Peace Guideline." Oklahoma Courier. (April 26, l963).

k. Newspaper clipping. "Albert Gives Views of Issues." The Daily Ardmoreite. (September 23, l963).

l. Article. "NEA's Annual Audit Of Government A Hit." National Publisher. (May, l963).

m. Article. Broadcasting. (May l4, l962).

n. Press Release. Re: Miss Susan Culp of Ardmore Greeting by Carl Albert.

o. Press Release. Re: Boys Nation.

p. Mats. Re: photograph of Lyndon B. Johnson and Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner.

F 21: Publicity: Magazines (1963).

a. Correspondence.

b. Article. "The Boy From Bug Tussle." Business Week. Re: political biographical sketch of Albert. (March 23, l963).

c. Newspaper. "Greetings from Friends." The Machinist. Re: Quote By Albert. (May l6, l963).

d. Article. "The Speaker Vs. the `Hard-Liners'" by Milton Viorst. The Reporter. (October 24, l963).

e. Article. "Democratic Congressional Leader Leaders Leaving White House Meeting." Time. Re: photo of Albert with Mike Mansfield and Hubert H. Humphrey.

f. Journal. "The Honorable Carl Albert, Majority Leader of the House" by Walter B. Emery. NAEB Journal. (January-February, l963).

F 22: Radiophone (1963).


F 23: Radio and TV (1963).

Correspondence. Re: radio and TV appearances.

F 24: Reserve Officers Association (1962-1963).

a. Correspondence. Re: topic and Reserve Officers Association Legislative Advisory Committee. Correspondents include Gordon Allott, J. Caleb Boggs, Daniel B. Brewster, Howard W. Cannon, Charles E. Chamberlain, Frank Church, Steven B. Derounian, Thomas N. Downing, Joe L. Evins, Gerald R. Ford, Barry Goldwater, George Huddleston, Jr., Jacob K. Javits, Thomas H. Kuchel, Kenneth B. Keating, Torbert H. Macdonald, Jack Miller, Claiborne Pell, Alexander Pirnie, Hugh Scott, Garner E. Shriver, Bob Sikes, George A. Smothers, Samuel S. Stratton, Clark W. Thompson, Strom Thurmond, Ralph W. Yarborough, and Clement J. Zablocki. All of this individuals agreed to serve on the advisory committee.

b. Reprint. "Where Lies the `Conflict of Interest'?" The Officer. Re: topic.

c. Newspaper clippings. Re: conflict of interest in being both a military reservist and a member of Congress. Clipping from the Washington Daily News.

d. Excerpt. Congressional Record-House. Re: Reserve Officers Association Legislative Advisory Legislative Advisory Committee. (May 20, l963).

e. Speech. Carl Albert. Re: Reserve Officers Association dedication of the annual "Minute Man Award" to Dennis Chavez.

f. Newsletter. Reserve Officers Association. "The Officer Reporter." (May 8, l968).

F 25: Rothbaum, Julian J. (1963).

Correspondence. Re: various topics including the Salomon Levy family. Correspondents include Julian J. Rothbaum and J. Howard Edmondson.

F 26: Speeches (1963).

a. Correspondence. Re: Wilburton Public Works Authority.

b. Memorandums. Re: various topics including a speaking schedule.

c. Speeches. Re: Conservation, Wilburton Water Works, Dedication of Wilburton Post Office and Federal Building.

F 27: Supreme Court (1963).

Correspondence. Re: interpretation of the laws by the Supreme Court.

F 28: Supreme Court: School Prayer Decision (1963).

a. Correspondence.

b. Press Release. Thurman Sensing: Southern States Industrial Council. "The People Must Speak." Re: topic.

c. Manifesto (with preface). Re: Americanism.

d. Flyers. Pilgrim Tract Society.

e. Opinion. (October, l961-62).

F 29: Tate, Marilyn (1963).

a. Correspondence. Re: reception for Marilyn Tate By Albert in honor of the release on her book, One Kiss For France.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Former Ardmoreite Honored by Albert." Daily Ardmoreite. (June 11, l963).

c. Newspaper clipping. "It's Fiction Pure Fiction" by Winzola McLendon. The Washington ? (June 14, l963).

d. Newspaper clipping. "Local People Enjoy Reception Given By Congressman Albert." Marietta Monitor. (June 14, l963).

e. Photographs. Re: reception given by Albert for Marilyn Tate.

f. Press Release. Re: reception given by Albert For Marilyn Tate. (June 7, l963).

g. Newspaper clipping. "First Novel Sold To Doubleday." Daily Ardmoreite. (February l2, 1963).

F 30A: United Nations (1963).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics relating to the United Nations.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Stevenson Voices Shock Over Near-Riot After Talk." Dallas Times Herald. (October 25, l963).

c. Biography. Who's Who in America 1962-63. Re: Philip M. Klutznick.

d. Biography. International Yearbook and Statemen's Who's Who 1962. Re: Walworth Barbour.

F 30B: United States Capitol Historical Society (1963).

F 31: University of Oklahoma (1963).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include G. L. Cross, Oren Harris, and Mike Monroney.

b. Report. Arthur M. McAnally, Director of Libraries University of Oklahoma. Re: a proposal for a regional information service. (July 1, l963).

c. Booklet. Tully Nettleton. Re: report for the National Council on the University's Plan for Excellence program. (June, l963).

d. Journal. Kappa Alpha Journal. (March, l963).

F 32: University of Oklahoma (1963).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Lyndon B. Johnson.

b. Program. Oklahoma Center For Continuing Education. Re: Conference on the Common Market.

c. Program. Oklahoma Center For Continuing Education. Re: Conference on Space, Science, and Space Law. (June l8-20, l963).

d. Brochure. Re: The Oklahoma Center for Continuing Education.

e. Report. Dr. Edward C. Welsh, Executive Secretary National Aeronautics and Space Council. "Space and the National Economy." (June 20, l963).

f. Newsletter. National Council of the University of Oklahoma. "The Pace-Setter." (November 25, l963).

g. Newsletter. Southwest Center for Human Relations Studies. (November, l963).

h. Bulletin. The University of Oklahoma. Re: Biological Station Lake Texoma, Willis, Oklahoma. (March 1, l963).

i. Newsletter. "Sooner State Press." (February 9, l963).

F 33: Virden, John M. (1963).

a. Correspondence. Re: Personal reminiscences, Carl Albert.

b. Clipping.

c. Article. "Fort Washita Was for the Indians" Oklahoma's Orbit. (July 21, 1963).

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