CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
GENERAL SERIES
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Box 35

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Box 35: Personal, P-S (1965) - Young Democrats (1965)

F 1: Personal, P-S (1965).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics.

b. Brochures. "Paintings by Alexandra Pregel."

c. Newspaper clippings. Re: various topics. Clippings from McAlester News - Capital.

d. Newspaper clipping. "Bud Proposed for CAB Post News to Albert." McAlester News-Capital. (n.d).

e. Newspaper clipping. "You Can Help Industrial Plan." McAlester News-Capital. (n.d.).

F 2: Personal, T-Z (1965).

Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include John M. Virden.

F 3: Personal: Birthday Greetings (1965).

F 4: Photos

Correspondence.

F 5: Politics (1965).

a. Correspondence.

b. Digest. Politics: A Digest of Trends and Developments. (March-April, l965).

F 6: Powell, Representative Adam (1965).

a. Correspondence. Re: Slander Suit against Adam Powell. Correspondents include Adam C. Powell.

b. Newspaper clippings from Enid Daily ?, Knoxville News Sentinel, Tulsa Daily World, Sunday Star, and Washington Daily News.

F 7: Prayer Room in the Capital (1965).

Report. Legislative Reference Service: Legislative Reference Service. "Religion in the Congress of the United States."

F 8: Public Health Service (1965).

Correspondence. Re: proposed diagnostic centers recommended by the President's Commission on Health, located in McAlester, Oklahoma.

F 9: Public Housing Program (1965).

a. Correspondence. Re: legislation that would enable the state of Oklahoma to participate in the public housing programs; Clem Hamilton. Correspondents include Lyndon B. Johnson.

b. Memoranda.

F 10: Public School Education (1965).

a. Correspondence.

b. Booklets. Freedom Foundation at Valley Forge. "Guideline To the American Way of Life." (Vols. 1 and 2).

c. Book. National Committee for Support of the Public Schools. The Public School and the Life of the Community. (April 25-27, l965).

F 11: Publications, (1965).

Publications by I.L.G.W.U., National Grange, Standard Oil Company. Re: I.L.G.W.U., National Grange policy, and antitrust law.

F 12: Publicity, A-G (1965).

a. Correspondence. Re: various articles about Albert. Correspondents include Mike Monroney, Fred R. Harris, and Barber B. Conable, Jr..

b. Newspaper page. "Albert: Guiding House." Tulsa Tribune. (May 8, l965).

c. Newspaper clippings. Re: various articles about Albert. Clippings from Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City Times, and Tulsa Tribune.

d. Newspaper. "Albert to be at Bokoshe Saturday." Spiro Graphic. (May l3, l965).

e. Bulletin. Re: The Grand Avenue Methodist.

f. Newspaper page. "Albert Has Chore Keeping Demos `On Reservation'." Tulsa Daily World. (February 7, l965).

F 13: Publicity, H-R (1965).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics about Albert.

b. Newspaper clippings. Re: various articles about Carl Albert. Clippings from Daily Oklahoman, Sulphur Times - Democrat, Daily Ardmoreite, Tulia Herald, McAlester Democrat and Tulsa Tribune).

c. Newspaper page. Poteau Sun. Re: photo of Carl Albert, Jean Bain, and Charles Ward. (October l4, l965).

F 14: Publicity (S-Z) (1965).

a. Correspondence. Re; various articles about Albert.

b. Newspaper. AG Reporter. (May, l965).

c. Newspaper clippings. Re: various articles about Albert. Clippings from McAlester News - Capital, Daily Oklahoman, Fairfield Ledger, Burlington Hawk - Eye, Clear Rapids Gazette, Davenport Times - Democrat, Daily Utah Chronicle, and Seattle Times.

d. Quarterly. Donrey Media Group. "Donrey Mediagram." (October, l965).

e. Article. "Oklahoma DAV Honors Majority Leader Albert." DAV Magazine. (October, l965).

f. Press Release. Carl Albert. Re: Rural Water and Sanitation facilities. (September 29, l965).

g. Press release. Carl Albert. "Off to Kenya." Re: Howard A. Akers Serving as Agricultural attache to the Republic of Kenya. (n.d.).

h. Newspaper. "More Than 2,000 Pay Tribute to Albert." Oklahoma Democrat. (November, l965).

i. Statement. Carl Albert. Re: President's budget for Fiscal Year l966. (January 25, l965).

j. Remarks. Carl Albert. Re: President's Message on Education. (January l2, l965).

k. Newsletter. "News and Views of Saving Bonds." (December, l965).

l. Newspaper clipping. "Two Area Women Named to American `Who's Who'." McAlester News-Capital. Re: Mary Albert and Ora Mae Kiker Piester. (December or November 30, l965).

F 15: Publicity: Time Magazine, A-D (1965).

a. Correspondence. Re: requests for autographs. Correspondents include Luther Bohannon, Frank W. Boykin and James C. Corman.

b. Newspaper clipping. Re: various topics. Clippings from Tulsa World, Tulsa Tribune, Oklahoma City Times, and Daily Oklahoman.

c. Article (reprint). "Braxton Says Faith Big Factor in Success." Tulsa Gasser. (n.d.).

F 16: Publicity: Time Magazine, E-J (1965).

a. Correspondence. Re: requests for autographs. Correspondents include B. D. Eddie, William J. Holloway, and Clifford R. Hope.

b. Booklet. James D. Fellers, President of Oklahoma Bar Association. "State of the Association...Inventory, l964!"

F 17: Publicity: Time Magazine, K-Q (1965).

a. Correspondence. Re: requests for autographs. Correspondents include and J. G. Puterbaugh.

b. Newspaper clipping. "Carl Albert's Niche in History." Tulsa Tribune. (January l5, l965).

F 18: Publicity: Time Magazine, R-Z (l965).

a. Correspondence. Re: requests for autographs. Correspondents include Sargent Shriver and J. Irving Whalley.

b. Article (reprint). "A Letter from the Publisher Bernhard M. Auer. Re: Requests for Autographs. Time. (February l5, l965).

c. Newspaper clippings. Re: Carl Albert. Clippings from McAlester News-Capital and Sunday Oklahoma.

d. Cover. Time. Re: Carl Albert. (January l5, l965).

F 19: Questionnaire (1965).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include George E. Brown, Jr..

b. Newsletter. George E. Brown, Jr. "Congressional Question Results." Re: various political issues.

F 20: Railway Labor Executives' Association (1965).

a. Correspondence.

b. Report. Re: Legislative program of the Railway Labor Executives' Association.

F 21: Railways (1965).

a. Correspondence. Re: transport policies and proposals by railways, including the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad..

b. Brochure. Santa Fe Railroad. Re: merger and control proposals by the Santa Fe and North Western Railroad.

c. Booklet. Association of Railroads. "Dynamic Transport Policies for Dynamic America."

F 22: Robert S. Kerr Water Research Center, Ada, Oklahoma (1965).

Topics include water pollution.

F 23: Rothbaum, Julian (1965).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Lawrence O'Brien and Julian Rothbaum.

b. Newspaper clipping. "LBJ Plan Goal-Setting `Task Force'." Tulsa Tribune. Re: Health Research Bill. (n.d.).

F 24: Selma, Alabama (1965).

a. Correspondence. Re: Civil Rights demonstrations in Selma, Alabama. Correspondents include Martin Luther King, Jr..

b. Bulletin. Re: Advent Christian Church. (November 21, l965).

c. Folder. The Selma and Dallas County Chamber of Commerce. "The Story of Selma or `The Other Side of the Coin'." Re: information about civil rights and the Selma demonstrations.

F 25: Southeastern State Chorale Luncheon (1965).

a. Correspondence.

b. Newspaper page. "SSC Singers Still Seeking Skyscrapers After Singing In East." The Southeastern. (September 16, l965).

c. Newspaper clipping. "26 Students To Perform at World's Fair." (n.s;n.d.).

d. Memoranda.

F 26: Southeastern State College (1965).

a. Correspondence. Re: various topics regarding Southeastern State College. Correspondents include Mike Monroney and Fred Harris.

b. Notice. Office of Education. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Re: Approval of Supplemental Grants for institutions participating in the college Work-Study program. (October 8, l965).

c. List. Re: Supplemental Grants Approved for Fall l965.

d. Pamphlet. Re: Southeastern State College's Technology Use Studies Center.

e. Memorandum. Re: October l8 meeting with representatives of Southeastern State College. (October 20, l965).

f. Press release. National Science Foundation. "NSF Announces $3.3 Million Program of In-Service. Institutes in Science and Mathematics for Secondary School Teachers." (April 5, l965).

F 27A: Southeastern State College (1965).

a. Reports. Office of Education. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Re: cost of occupational training of automobile body repairman, automobile motor mechanic, small engine repairman stenographers, tool and die apprentice, and welders.

b. Book. Southeastern State College. Re: A proposed plan for the development of educational television system for Southeastern State College and the Durant City School System. (June, l965).

F 27B: Student Government (1965).

a. Correspondence. Re: Associated Student Governments of the U.S.A.

b. Program. "Second National Conference of the Associated Student Governments. (October 14-16, l965).

c. Brochure. Re: Second National Conference of the Associated Student Governments. (October l4-16, l965).

d. Brochure. "ASG..." Re: explanation about Associated Student Governments.

F 28: Television and Radio (1965).

a. Correspondence. Re: appearances or invitation regarding television, radio, and Albert.

b. Folder. Aluminum Limited. "Profiles in Courage."

c. Speech. Herb Jacobs. "Is Television by Wire, In the Public Interest Convenience and Necessity?" (March 22, l965).

d. Statement. Carl Albert. The Murder of a Detroit mother of Five Children by the Ku Klux Klan. (n.d.).

e. Press release. Carl Albert. Re: remarks of President Johnson on Southeast Asia. (April 7, l965).

F 29: United Auto, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers (1965).

Correspondence. Re: Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural and Agricultural Implement Workers of America's l965 Summer School program, "Toward the Great Society."

F 30: University of Oklahoma (1965).

a. Correspondence.

b. Schedules. Re: University of Oklahoma football games.

c. Newspaper clipping (reprint). "Survey of Federal Water Pollution." Washington Post. (July 15, l965).

d. Memorandum. Re: trip to City, February 25, l965 to plan for Federal Contract Clinic May 22, l965. (March 2, l965).

e. Press release. A. S. Mike Monroney. Re: a Federal Contract clinic at the University of Oklahoma. (February 28, l965).

f. Report. Re: University of Oklahoma Libraries (1964-65).

F 31A: University of Oklahoma, Carl Albert Award (1965).

Correspondence. Re: topic Correspondents include Savoie Lottinville and Julian J. Rothbaum.

F 31B: University of Oklahoma, Press (1965).

Correspondence. Folder includes acknowledgments from members of Congress regarding books which Albert had sent to them. Correspondents include Julian J. Rothbaum and Savoie Lottinville.

F 32: Vietnam (1965).

a. Correspondence. Re: situation in Vietnam. Correspondents include Armistead I. Selden, Jr. and William E. Brock,

b. Brochure. Young Americans for Freedom. "Freedom in Vietnam."

c. Remarks by Howard H. Callaway. Congressional Record House. (June 17, l965).

d. Speech by William Jennings Bryan Dorn. Congressional Record-House. (March 11, l965).

e. Speech by Carl Albert. "Our Policy in Viet Nam." Congressional Record-House. (June 29, l965).

f. Newspaper clipping (reprint). "Vivid Glimpse of Vietnamese War Given in Left-Wing Article." (n.s;n.d.).

g. Booklet. Re: Statement by President Lyndon B. Johnson. "Toward Peace With Honor." (July 28, l965).

h. Report. Thanat Khoman, Foreign Minister of Thailand. Re: Southeast Asia.

F 33: Virden, John M. (1965).

a. Correspondence. Re: Bug Tussle School.

b. Clipping. "Poverty's Impoverishment." Re: Office of Economic Opportunity. Washington Post.

F 34: Water Resources (1965).

a. Correspondence.

b. Magazine. Fluor Corporation, Ltd. Fluor-O-Scope. (Spring, l965).

F 35: Whip Notices (1965).

Correspondence. Re: information about legislation. Correspondents include Hale Boggs.

F 36: White House, A-M (1965).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Jack Valenti, E. C. Gathings, Lawrence F. O'Brien, Lyndon B. Johnson, Lady Bird Johnson, John M. McCormack, William M. Miller, and Bill Moyers.

b. Speech. William T. Know. "The Changing Role of Libraries." (July 6, l965).

c. Statement. Carl Albert. Re: Mike Monroney.

F 37: White House, O-Z (1965).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Lawrence F. O'Brien and Jack Valenti.

b. Newspaper page. "City Instructor Gets Invitation to White House." McAlester News-Capital. (February l6, l965).

c. Press release. The White House Conference on Natural Beauty. Re: List of persons invited to participate as delegates to the White House Conference on Natural Beauty in Washington, D.C., on May 24-25, l965. (Program for Conference including).

d. Directory. Re: Sigma Delta Chi. A Professional Journalistic Society.

e. Newspaper clipping (reprint). "Internal Revenue Career to Close." (n.s;n.d.).

f. Newspaper page. "President Johnson Sends `Warmest Congratulations'." Sooner News-Makers. (April, l965).

F 38: White House Fellows (1965).

a. Correspondence. Re: applicants for the White House Fellowships.

b. Application.

c. Booklet. "White House Fellows."

F 39: White House: Governor's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped (1965).

a. Correspondence.

b. Memorandum. Joseph A. Califano, Jr. Re: increased employment of handicapped persons at Tinker Air Force Base.

c. Agreement. Oklahoma Governor's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped. Re: acceptance of subcontract work and surplus materials from Tinker Air Force Base by the Governor's Committee.

d. Newspaper clippings. Re: employment of the Handicapped. Clippings from Daily Oklahoman and Oklahoma Journal.

e. Resolution. Oklahoma Governor's committee on Employment of the Handicapped. Re: support of the Tinker Air Force Base Pilot Project. (November 29, l965).

f. Article. House Journal. Re: House Concurrent Resolution No. 543 and the Designation of Tinker Air Force Base as a pilot project. (May l7, l965).

F 40: White House: Governor's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped (H-Z) (1965).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include George H. Shirk.

b. Newspaper clipping. "A Fascinating Proposal." Oklahoma City Times. (May l2, l965).

c. Newsletter. (October, l966).

F 41: White House: News Conference (1965).

Press release. "At the White House with Bill Moyers." Re: various business of the White House. (August 23, l965).

F 42: White House: President's Staff (1965).

Article. "Inside the White House." Newsweek. (March 1, l965).

F 43: White, William: Manuscript, "Home Place" (1965).

a. Correspondence. Correspondents include John S. Monagan.

b. Reprint. "A Member Takes the Floor." New York Times Book Review. Re: Book reviews of Home Place and House Out of Order by John S. Monagan. (February 28, l965).

c. Manuscript. Home Place: The Story of the U.S. House of Representatives by William S. White. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., l965.

F 44: Young Democrats (1965).

a. Correspondents. Re: Young Democrats of Nevada.

b. Report. l965 Biennial State Convention of the Young Democrats of Nevada. Re: resolutions and platform concerning the Democratic Party. (June 26, l965).

c. Program. Re: l965 Biennial State Convention Young Democrats of Nevada. (June 25-26, l965).

d. Press release. Carl Albert. Re: Bradley G. McDonald's appointment as special counsel for the Young Democratic Clubs of America. (n.d.).

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