CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
CAMPAIGN SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 12

Box 11

Box 12: Campaign Files 1965-1966, 1967-1968

Literature (continued)

F1: Printed Matter (1966). Individual voting record for Congressmen; Republican congressional committee newsletter,"Managing the Campaign for the House of Representatives".

Media

F2: Newspaper Clippings (1966). General Political.

F3: Newspaper Clippings (1966). General Political News coverage.

F4: Newspaper Clippings (1966). Miscellaneous.

F5: Newspaper Clippings (1965). Weddings.

Other Political Candidates and Politicians

F6: Miscellaneous (1966).

Primary and General Election Returns

F7: Primary, Run-off and General Election.

F8: Printed Matter (1966). Government Documents. Statistics of Congressional Election.

Speeches, Remarks, Schedules

F9: Schedules (1966). Tours.

F10: Speech (1965-1966). Congressional Prayer Breakfast, This Nation, Under God; Presidential Job Rating; Comments after Primary; Presidential Pairings;89th Congress Has Met Its Responsibilities.

1967-1968

Advertising

F11: Correspondence (1968). Advertising Firms, Printed matter attached.

F12: Correspondence (1968). Newspapers-Political Advertisements. Rough draft of letter and handwritten note included.

F13: Correspondence (1968). Newspapers-Rates for Political Advertisements.

F14: Correspondence (1968). Miscellaneous.

F15: Flyers (1968). Carl Albert and Mike Monroney; Carl Albert, Gene Stipe and Jim Kindred. One opposed to Carl Albert.

F16: Layouts (1968). Assortment. Note attached.

F17: Leaflet (1968). Biographical.

F18: Memoranda. Newspaper advertisements.

F19: Newspapers. Rates for District. Note attached.

F20: Pocket Calendar (1968). Layout and form letter included.

F21-23: Printed Matter (1968). Advertising firms.

F24: Radio (1968). Rates and Schedules.

F25: Television (1968). Advertising rates and miscellaneous. Handwritten notes included.

Correspondence

F26: Appreciation (1968). Campaign Contributions.

F27: Appreciation (1968). Campaign Contributions. Includes correspondence between James G. O'Hara, U.S. Representative (Michigan) and Carl Albert, (October 30, November 6, 1968).

F28: Appreciation (1968). Campaign Contributions.

F29: Appreciation (1968). Campaign workers.

F30: Appreciation (1967). Hospitality.

F31: Blacks (1968). Excerpts from speech of Clarence Mitchell. Includes correspondence between Clarence Mitchell, Director, Washington Bureau of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and Carl Albert, (June 12, 13, 1968).

F32: Communism (1968). Newspaper clippings attached.

F33: Congratulations (1968). Re-election, Labor. Includes correspondence between Walter P. Reuther, President, United Auto Workers International Union, and Carl Albert, (November 7, 12, 1968).

F34: Congratulations (1968). Re-election, from Oklahomans.
a. Correspondence between Fred Harris, U.S. Senator (Oklahoma) and Carl Albert, (November 6, 8, 1968).
b. Correspondence between William J. Holloway, Former Governor of Oklahoma, and Carl Albert, (November 6, 1968). Unmailed letter to Holloway from Carl Albert attached. Record card attached.
c. Correspondence from Mike Monroney, U.S. Senator, (Oklahoma) to Carl Albert, (September 12, 1968).
d. Correspondence between George Nigh, Lt. Governor of Oklahoma, and Carl Albert, (November 12, 13, 1968).

F35: Congratulations (1968). Re-election, from Oklahomans.

F36: Congratulations (1968). Re-election, from Oklahomans.

F37: Congratulations (1968). Re-election from outside Oklahoma.
a. Correspondence between Charles E. Bennett, U.S. Representative (Florida) and Carl Albert, (September 6, 11, 1968).
b. Correspondence between Jonathan Bingham, U.S. Representative (New York) and Carl Albert, (November 6, 7, 1968).
c. Correspondence between Hale Boggs, U.S. Representative (Louisiana) and Carl Albert, (November 7, 8, 1968).
d. Correspondence between William M. Colmer, U.S. Representative (Mississippi) and Carl Albert, (November 7, 1968).
e. Correspondence between Rachid Driss, Ambassador of Tunisia, and Carl Albert, (November 8, 12, 1968).
f. Correspondence between Joe L. Evins, U.S. Representative (Tennessee) and Carl Albert, (November 8, 13, 1968).
g. Correspondence between Henry Ford II, Ford Motor Company, and Carl Albert, (November 8, 15, 1968).
h. Correspondence from Samuel N. Friedel, U.S. Representative, (Maryland) to Carl Albert, (November 7, 1968).
i. Correspondence between J. Edgar Hoover, Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and Carl Albert, (November 6, 15, 1968).
j. Correspondence between Robert E. Jones, U.S. Representative (Alabama) and Carl Albert, (November 7, 9, 1968).
k. Correspondence between W. P. Kelly, Director, Job Corps, Office of Economic Opportunity, and Carl Albert, (November 20, 22, 1968).
l. Correspondence from Michael J. Kirwan, U.S. Representative (Ohio) and Chairman, Democratic National Congressional Committee, to Carl Albert, (November 6, 1968).
m. Correspondence between H. H. Morris, Postmaster, House of Representatives, and Carl Albert, (November 11, 18, 1968).
n. Handwritten correspondence to President-elect Richard M. Nixon and Henry Bellmon, U.S. Senator-elect (Oklahoma) from Carl Albert.
o. Correspondence between Lawrence F. O'Brien, Chairman, The Democratic National Committee and Carl Albert, (November 14, 20, 1968).
p. Correspondence between Robert O. Tiernan, U.S. Representative (Rhode Island) and Carl Albert, (November 7, 8, 1968).
q. Correspondence between W. Marvin Watson, Postmaster General and Carl Albert, (November 6, 5, 1968).

F38: Congratulations (1968). Re-election from outside Oklahoma.

F39: Congratulations (1968). Re-election from outside Oklahoma.

F40: Congratulations (1968). Re-election, Special Interest Groups. Publication attached.

F41: Congratulations (1968). Re-election, Special Interest Groups.

F42: County Campaign Managers (1968). General. Includes correspondence between Oklahoma State Senator Glen Ham and Carl Albert, (July 18, 25 1968).

F43: Democratic National Convention (1968). General.

F44: Democratic National Campaign (1968). Adam Clayton Powell.

F45: Endorsements (1968). Labor.

F46: Form Letters (1968). Campaign Workers.

F47: Form Letters (1968). Congratulations. List of names included.

F48: Form Letter (1968). Co-op Managers. List attached.

F49: Form Letter (1968). Education.

F50: Form Letter (1968). National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.

F51: Form Letter (1968). Unopposed County Officers.

F52: Form Letter (1968). Rural Electrification. Note attached.

F53: Labor. General. Includes correspondence from Al H. Chesser, National Legislative Representative, Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, to Tom Steed, U.S. Representative (Oklahoma), (October 29, 1968). Copy to Carl Albert.

F54: Legislation (1968). Assortment. Includes correspondence between L. E. Rader, Director of Public Welfare, and Carl Albert, (February 22, 26, 1968).

F55-57: Memoranda and Notes (1968). Assortment.

F58: Memorandum (1968). Legislative Interests of Cattle Industry by Mike Reed, Staff Member.

F59: Memorandum (1968). Seminar, "How to Elect A Congressman" by Fran Watson, Staff Member. Program attached.

F60: Memorandum (1968). Trip to Oklahoma by Helen Newman, Staff Member. Letters attached.

F61: Memorandum (1968). Trip to Oklahoma, April 15-20, 1968.

F62: Memorandum (1968). Trip to Oklahoma by Norman Ward, Staff Member.

F63: Miscellaneous (1967-1968). Assortment.
a. Copy of correspondence from S. L. Braxton, Tulsa, Oklahoma, to Jennings Randolph, U.S. Senator (West Virginia), (November 7, 1968). Correspondence from Carl Albert to Braxton (November 15, 1968).
b. Correspondence between Orville Freeman, Secretary of Agriculture, and Carl Albert, (October 14, 17, 1968).
c. Correspondence between William J. Holloway, former Governor of Oklahoma, and Carl Albert, (July 1-October 23, 1968).
d. Copy of correspondence from V. E. Holman to Fred R. Harris, U.S. Senator (Oklahoma), (May 1, 1968).
e. Correspondence from Hubert H. Humphrey, Vice President, to Carl Albert, (August 9, 1968).
f. Correspondence between Sargent Shriver, U.S. Ambassador to France, and Carl Albert, (October 29, 1968).
g. Copy of correspondence from Rex S. Rambo, Durant, Oklahoma, to Fred Harris, U.S. Senator (Oklahoma), (May 15, 1968). Correspondence from Carl Albert to Rambo, (May 17, 1968).
h. Correspondence between Morris K. Udall, U.S. Representative (Arizona), and Carl Albert, (July 30, 1968).
i. Correspondence from Carl Albert to W. Marvin Watson, Special Assistant to the President, (February 16, 1967 and November 15, 1968). Note and newspaper clipping attached.

F64-71: Miscellaneous (1968-1969). Assortment. Newspaper clippings.

F72: Miscellaneous (1967-1968). Assortment.
a. Correspondence from Rucker Blankenship, Oklahoma State Representative to Carl Albert, (March 17, 1967).
b. Correspondence from Sam J. Ervin, Jr., U.S. Senator (North Carolina), to Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Olson, Morris, Illinois.

F73: Miscellaneous (1967-1968). Assortment.

F74: Miscellaneous (1967-1968). Correspondence mainly concerned with national issues.

F75: Miscellaneous (1968). Personal correspondence re: General election.

F76: National Campaign (1968). Assortment.
a. Copy of letter from P. W. Hall, Riverside, California, to President Lyndon B. Johnson, (September 16, 1968).
b. Correspondence between Carl Albert and Hall (September 27, 30, 1968).

F77: National Campaign (1968). Assortment.
a. Correspondence between Lawrence F. O'Brien, Chairman, The Democratic National Committee and Carl Albert, (September 16, 27, October 2, 1968).
b. Copy of correspondence from Joe D. Waggonner, Jr., U.S. Representative (Louisiana) to William J. Grede, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, (May 5, 1966). Notes from Waggonner to Carl Albert attached. Copy of newspaper clipping included.

F78: National Campaign (1968). Carl Albert as Favorite Son.

F79: National Campaign (1968). Ecumenical Youth Council Excerpts of Carl Albert's Congressional Breakfast Prayer attached.
a. Correspondence from Carl Albert to Hubert H. Humphrey, Vice President, (October 14, 1968). Handwritten note attached.
b. Correspondence from Carl Albert to President Lyndon B. Johnson, (October 14, 1968).
c. Correspondence between Barefoot Sanders, Legislative Counsel to the President and Carl Albert, (October 16, 22, 1968). Statement by President Lyndon B. Johnson attached.

F80: National Campaign (1968). Presidential Nominees.
a. Correspondence from Hubert H. Humphrey, Vice President, to Carl Albert, (September 18, 1968).
b. Correspondence between Peter N. Kyros, U.S. Representative (Maine) and Carl Albert, (September 9, 16, 1968).
c. Correspondence from George McGovern, U.S. Senator (South Dakota), to Carl Albert, (August 14, 19, 1968). Flyer and announcement attached.

F81: Oklahoma State Government (1967-1968). Assortment.
a. Correspondence between Lonnie L. Abbott, Oklahoma State Representative, and Carl Albert, (July 23, 25, 1968).
b. Correspondence between Harry L. Bickford, Oklahoma State Representative, and Carl Albert, (July 9, 25, 1968).
c. Correspondence from Rucker Blankenship, Oklahoma State Representative, to Carl Albert, (March 17, 1967).
d. Correspondence between Roy C. Boecher, Oklahoma State Senator, and Carl Albert, (April 19, 22, 1968).
e. Correspondence from Carl Albert to Bill Bradley, Oklahoma State Representative (February 16, 1968).
f. Correspondence between David L. Boren, Oklahoma State Representative, and Carl Albert, (June 9, 13, 1968).
g. Correspondence between Wilburn Cartwright, State (Oklahoma) Corporation Commission, and Carl Albert, (July 24, 25, 1968).
h. Correspondence between James E. Hamilton, Oklahoma State Senator, and Carl Albert, (July 14, 28, August 7, 1967). Newspaper clipping and note attached.
i. Correspondence between Allen G. Nichols, Oklahoma State Senator, and Carl Albert, (April 23-July 8, 1968).
j. Correspondence between George Nigh, Lt. Governor of Oklahoma, and Carl Albert, (September 22, 26, 1967). Correspondence between Sula A. Goodman, Oklahoma City and Carl Albert attached. (September 15, 17, 22, 1967). Newspaper clippings attached.
k. Correspondence between Hugh M. Sandlin, Oklahoma State Representative, and Carl Albert, (July 18, August 1, 1968). Leaflet attached.

F82: Opponents (1968). Gerald L. Beasley, Jr. Campaign pamphlet, notes, form letters, and newspaper clippings included.

F83: Opponents (1968). W. Jon Marshall. Flyer, speech and two publications attached.

F84: Opponents (1968). W. Jon Marshall. Speech, handcard, leaflet, and bumper sticker attached.

F85: Opponents (1968). W. Jon Marshall. Biographical sketch of Marshall, notes, memoranda and newspaper clippings attached.

F86: Opponents (1968). W. Jon Marshall. Notes, newspaper clippings and publication attached.

F87: Supporters (1968). General. Memorandum and flyer attached.

F88: Supporters (1968). Out-of-State. Includes correspondence between Ray Roberts, U.S. Representative (Texas) and Carl Albert, (April 22-July 2, 1968).

Counties

F89: Atoka (1968). Correspondence. Newspaper clipping attached.

F90: Atoka. Correspondence. List and handwritten note included.

F91: Atoka (1968). Correspondence. Copy, television advertisement, newspaper clipping and note attached.

F92: Atoka (1968). Correspondence. Includes correspondence between Otto Strickland, Oklahoma State Representative, and Carl Albert, (December 20, 1967-April 16, 1968). Newspaper clipping attached.

F93: Atoka (1968). Correspondence.

F94: Atoka (1968). Lists. Form letter included.

F95: Atoka (1968). Newspaper clippings. Primary returns.

F96: Bryan (1968). Correspondence. Flyer and leaflet attached. Memoranda included.

F97: Bryan (1968). Correspondence. Newspaper clippings and memoranda attached.

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Carl Albert Collection Description


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