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Box 91: American Revolution Bicentennial, 1776-1976 (1976) - Congressional Record Tributes (1976)

F 1-2: American Revolution Bicentennial, 1776-1976 (1976).

Correspondents include John W. Warner, American Revolution Bicentennial Administration, and black Americans in Congress, 1870-1976.

F 3: American Revolution Bicentennial, 1776-1976: Foreign Gifts and Greetings (1976).

Topics include Alejandro Otero and sculpture. Correspondents include James Shen.

F 4-5: American Revolution Bicentennial, 1776-1976: Miscellaneous Activities and Greetings, A-Z (1976).

Topics include gifts and Friesland (Netherlands). Correspondents include Lindy Boggs, Guy Vander Jagt, Marquis de Panan, and Walter Shaw Yuan Wu.

F 6-7: American Revolution Bicentennial, 1776-1976: Oklahoma Communities and Organizations (1976).

Topics include Jim Thorpe statues, American Revolution Bicentennial, 1776-1976 in Oklahoma, and historic preservation of Guthrie (Okla.). Correspondents include the American Revolution Bicentennial Administration and the Oklahoma American Revolution Bicentennial Authority.

F 8: Americans for Democratic Action (1976).

F 9-14: Appreciation, A-Z (1976).

Topics include Lyndon B. Johnson and equal rights amendments. Correspondents include Cleta Deatherage, Larry Derryberry, Julian J. Rothbaum, Wes Watkins, and Patience Latting.

F 15-17: Architect of the Capitol: Includes Flag Requests (1976).

Topics include Robert L. Owen, American Revolution Bicentennial in Oklahoma, trees and Washington (D.C.). Correspondents include Gene Stipe, George M. White, and Richey Christian.

F 18: Ardmore, Okla. (1976).

Topics include roads of Ardmore (Okla.).

F 19: Bacone College (1976).

F 20: Bellamy Award (1976).

Correspondents include the Billings (Mont.) Senior High School.

F 21: Bi-Partisan Intern Committee (1976).

Correspondents include the United States Congress Bi-partisan Intern Committee.

F 22: Capitol Page School (1976).

Correspondents include the Washington, D.C. Capitol Page School.

F 23-24: Carl Albert Junior College, 1974 - 1976.

Topics include barracks, depository libraries, federal aid to higher education, and gifts. Correspondents include Joe E. White, Carl Albert Junior College, National Science Foundation (U.S.), and United States Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare.

F 25: Chamber of Commerce of the United States (1976).

Topics include scarcity. Correspondents include the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America (report).

F 26: China (1976).

Topics include T'ien-an men (Beijing, China).

F 27: Colleagues (1976).

Topics include Phi Beta Kappa membership and legislators of the United States.

F 28-30: Colleagues, A-Z (1976).

Topics include Hubert H. Humphrey health, Howard Smith death and burial, Tom Steed health, and the Democratic Party (U.S.) National Congressional Committee. Correspondents include James C. Corman, Bill Frenzel (folder 30), Daniel K. Inouye, William Lehman, Spark M. Matsunaga, John W. McCormack, John Myers, William F. ) Nichols, George Nigh (folder 29), James L. Oberstar, David R. Obey, Richard L. (Richard Lawrence) Ottinger, John J. (John Jacob) Rhodes, Dennis R. Scott (Folder 29) poem and recording, Roy A. Taylor, and the United States Congress House Commission on Administrative Review.

F 31-32: Colleagues, Albert Retirement, A-Z (1976).

Correspondents include Ike Andrews, John B. Breckinridge, Dan Daniel, Christopher J. Dodd, Paul J. Fannin, Abe Fortas, James M.l Hanley, Julia Butler Hansen, Oren Harris, Gary Hart, Philip A. Hart, Harold T. Johnson, Paul C. Jones, Ed Koch, Helen Stevenson Meyner, Ronald M. Motti, Richard L. Ottinger, Charles B. Rangell, Donald H. Rumsfeld, Philip E. Ruppe, Paul Simon, Leonor K. Sullivan, Olin E. Teague, Charles H. Wilson, and Antonio Borja Won Pat.

F 33: Colleagues, Birthday (1976).

Documents in this folder concern Carl Albert's birthday, a party held on that day, and photographs taken during the party. Correspondents include Omar Burleson, Gerald R Ford, Spark M. Matsunaga, and John J. Rhodes.

F 34: Colleagues, Christmas Cards (1976).

Correspondents include Cardiss Collins and David Hall.

F 35: Colleagues, Telegrams (1976).

Topics include Jimmy Carter, Gerald R. Ford, Walter B. Jones, Spark M. Matsunaga, Abraham J. Multer, Claude Pepper, and Wes Watkins.

F 36-43: Congressional Record Remarks-Albert (1976).

Topics include Bob Casey (Folder 41), John W. McCormack (Folder 40), and the American Revolution Bicentennial, 1776-1976.

F 44: Congressional Record Tributes (1976).

This folder mostly contains excerpts from the Congressional Record. The excerpts are tributes to Carl Albert on his retirement and made by a number of members of Congress. Correspondents include Bella S. Abzug, Charles McC. Mathias, and Robert L. F. Sikes.

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