CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
CAMPAIGN SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 22

Box 21

Box 22: Campaign Files, 1975-1976

Advertising

F1: Bumper Stickers (1976). "The Spirit of Little Dixie". Note attached.

F2: Correspondence (1975-1976). Advertising Firms. Sample campaign cards and brochure included.

Correspondence

F3: Appreciation (1975). Assortment. List of zip codes in the 3rd district and newspaper. Clipping attached.

F4: Appreciation (1975). Assortment.

F5: Appreciation (1975). Assortment. Newspaper clippings attached.

F6: Appreciation (1975). Assortment. Newspaper clipping and note attached.

F7: Appreciation (1976). Assortment. Newspaper clipping attached.

F8: Appreciation (1976). Assortment. Newspaper clipping attached. Includes copy of letter from L.A. White, Norman, Oklahoma, to Tom Steed, U.S. Representative (Oklahoma), (April 13, 1976).

F9: Congratulations (1975). Re-election, Speakership. (1974 election).
a. Correspondence between Kyung Soon Chang, Chairman, Central Committee, Seoul, Korea, and Carl Albert, (January 16, 17, 1975).
b. Correspondence between Chen Chien-Chung, Secretary-General, The National Assembly, Republic of China, Taiwan, China and Carl Albert, (January 27, February 3, 1975).
c. Correspondence among Ill-Kwon Chung, Speaker, National Assembly of the Republic of Korea, Sangho Cho, Korean Ambassador to Italy, Pyong-choon Hahm, Korean Ambassador to the United States, Park Chung Hu, President, Republic of Korea, and Carl Albert (January 17-30, 1975).
d. Correspondence between Naehiuk Jung, Member, National Assembly, Republic of Korea, and Carl Albert, (January 19, February 6, 1975).
e. Correspondence among Dong-jo Kim, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Korea, Pyong-choon Hahm, Korean Ambassador to the United States, and Carl Albert, (January 17, 30, 1975).
f. Correspondence between Heung Moon Koh, Member, National Assembly, Republic of Korea, and Carl Albert, (January 16, 17, 1975).
g. Correspondence between Antonio B. Won Pat, U.S. House of Representatives (Territory of Guam) and Carl Albert, (January 17, 23, 1975).
h. Correspondence between Arthur F. Sampson, Administrator, General Services Administration, and Carl Albert, (January 21, 27, 1975).

F10: Democratic National Campaign (1975-1976). Contributions. Includes correspondence between Herbert A. Allen, New York, Walter Mondale, U.S. Senator (Minnesota) and Carl Albert, (May 12-June 3, 1976). Note attached.

F11: Democratic National Campaign (1975-76). Voters' Opinions. Newspaper clipping attached.

F12: Democratic National Campaign (1976). Voters' Opinions.

F13: Democratic National Campaign (1976). Voters' Opinion. Magazine attached, The Review of the News, November 19, 1975, Vol. 11, No 47.

F14: Democratic National Campaign (1976). Voters' Opinions.

F15: Democratic National Congressional Committee (1976). Support for Colleagues.
a. Correspondence from Arnold Miller, President, United Mine Workers of America, to Carl Albert, and Thomas P. O'Neill, Majority Leader, House of Representatives, (June 8, 1976).
b. Correspondence between John E. Mass, U.S. Representative (California) and Carl Albert, (June 3, 15, 1976).

F16: Democratic National Congressional Committee (1976). Congressional Primary results for certain states.

F17: Democratic National Convention (1976).

F18: Democratic Party of Oklahoma (1976). Contributions. Includes correspondence between Victor Wickersham, Oklahoma State Representative, and Carl Albert, (September 19, October 8, 1976). Copy of check attached.

F19: Democratic Party of Oklahoma (1976). Oklahoma Democratic Convention. Newspaper clipping attached.
a. Correspondence between David L. Boren, Governor, State of Oklahoma, and Carl Albert, (April 8, 13, 1976).
b. Correspondence from Carl Albert to Bob Funston, Oklahoma State Senator, (April 2, 1976).

F20: Franking (1976). Regulations. Congressional Record attached. Form letter from Morris K. Udall, U.S. Representative (Arizona) to colleagues.

F21: Majority Leader (1976). Candidacy of Jim Wright.
a. Form letter to colleagues in House from Texas delegation. See file for names. Copy of editorial in support of Wright attached.
b. Correspondence from Jim Wright, U.S. Representative, Texas, to Carl Albert, (July 27, 1976). Included: Wright's views on responsibilities of Majority Leader.

F22: Memoranda (1975-1976). Assortment. Note attached.

F23: Memoranda (1975-1976). Carl Albert as Oklahoma Favorite Son Candidate for President.

F24: Memoranda (1975-1976). Carl Albert's re-election. Carl Albert's personal comments included.

F25: Miscellaneous (1975-1976). Assortment.

F26: Miscellaneous (1975-1976). Campaign buttons and stickers request.

F27: Presidential Campaign (1976). Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee.

F28: Presidential Campaign (1975). Candidacy of Birch Bayh. Telegram from Bayh to Carl Albert, (October 17, 19, 1975).

F29: Presidential Campaign (1976). Candidacy of Jerry Brown. Form letters and copies of newspaper clippings.

F30: Presidential Campaign (1976). Candidacy of Robert C. Byrd. Form letter and brochure.

F31: Presidential Campaign (1974-1976). Candidacy of Jimmy Carter. Includes correspondence between Carter and Carl Albert, (December 4, 1974-November 3, 1976). Carter News included, Vol. 1, No. 5, June, 1975.

F32:Presidential Campaign (1975). Candidacy of Jimmy Carter. Includes correspondence between Hamilton Jordan, Carter Campaign Director, and Carl Albert, (October 26, 27, 1975).

F33:Presidential Campaign (1976). Candidacy of Jimmy Carter. Includes endorsement, AFL-CIO. Statement by the AFL-CIO Executive Council on The 1976 Presidential Election attached.

F34: Presidential Campaign (1976). Candidacy of Jimmy Carter. Excerpts from speeches, interviews and writings.

F35:Presidential Campaign (1976). Candidacy of Jimmy Carter. Includes correspondence from Carl Albert's constituents. Newspaper clipping and Carter's views on topics included.

F36: Presidential Campaign (1976). Candidacy of Jimmy Carter. Form letters.

F37: Presidential Campaign (1976). Candidacy of Jimmy Carter. Newspaper clippings.

F38: Presidential Campaign (1976). Candidacy of Jimmy Carter. Printed Matter: Carter-Mondale Campaign Congressional Bulletin," Numbers 3, 6, 9, 11, and 13.

F39: Presidential Campaign (1975-1976). Candidacy of Jimmy Carter. Miscellaneous correspondence. Includes correspondence from Edward Mezvinsky, U.S. Representative (Iowa) to Carl Albert, (February 10, 1976).

F40: Presidential Campaign (1976). Candidacy of Frank Church. Telegram from Church to Carl Albert, (May 17, 1976).

F41: Presidential Campaign (1976). Candidacy of John Glenn. Form letter to Carl Albert.

F42: Presidential Campaign (1976). Candidacy of Henry M. Jackson. Form letter, newspaper clippings and correspondence.
a. Correspondence from Jackson to Carl Albert, (February 1, 1975).
b. Correspondence between Lloyd Meeds, U.S. Representative (Washington) and Carl Albert, (May 6, 7, 1975).

F43:Presidential Campaign (1975). Candidacy of James H. Roark. Includes correspondence between Roark and Carl Albert, (December 21-31, 1975). Correspondence from Roark to William Colby, Director, Central Intelligence Agency (December 21, 1975).

F44: Presidential Campaign (1975). Candidacy of Terry Sanford. Telegram from Sanford to Carl Albert, (May 28, 1975).

F45: Presidential Campaign (1974-1975). Candidacy of Morris K. Udall. Correspondence from Udall to Carl Albert, (December 30, 1974).

F46: Presidential Campaign (1976). Draft Hubert Humphrey Committee.

F47: Presidential Campaign (1975-1976). Voters' Opinions. Newspaper clipping attached.

F48: Presidential Campaign (1975-1976). Voters' Opinion. Lean Sills file. Newspaper clippings included.

F49: Retirement from House (1975-1976). Reaction to. Includes Indian prayer and petition for Carl Albert to run another term.

F50: Retirement from House (1975-1976). Reaction to.

F51: Retirement from House (1975-1976). Reaction to.
a. Correspondence between Allen G. Nichols, Oklahoma State Senator, and Carl Albert, (September 18, 23, 1975).
b. Correspondence between James B. Townsend, Oklahoma State Representative and Majority Floor Leader, and Carl Albert, (April 12, 14, 1976).

F52: Retirement from House (1975-1976). Reaction to. Newspaper clipping attached.

F53: Retirement from House (1976). Reaction to. Newspaper clipping and note attached.

F54: Retirement from House (1976). Reaction to.

F55: Retirement from House (1976). Reaction to. Newspaper clippings and petition for Carl Albert to run another term included.

F56: Retirement from House (1976). Letters from Colleagues.
a. Correspondence from Ralph H. Metcalfe, U.S. Representative (Illinois) to Carl Albert, (September 24, 1976).
b. Correspondence from Charles B. Rangel, U.S. Representative (New York) to Carl Albert, (September 21, 1976).

Counties

F57: Atoka County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F58: Bryan County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F59: Carter County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors. Letter attached.

F60: Choctaw County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F61: Coal County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F62: Cotton County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F63: Garvin County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F64: Haskell County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F65: Hughes County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors. Letter attached.

F66: Jefferson County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F67: Johnston County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F68: LeFlore County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F69: Lincoln County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F70: Love County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F71: McCurtain County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F72: Murray County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F73: Latimer County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F74: Logan County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F75: Marshall County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F76: Okfuskee County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F77: Pittsburg County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F78: Pontotoc County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

F79: Pushmataha County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors. Letter included.

F80: Seminole County (1975-1976). Lists, high school seniors.

Expenditures, Bills, Contributions

F81: Expenses (1975). Pencils. Includes receipt, correspondence, newspaper clipping and notes.

F82: Memorandum (1976). U.S. House, Report of Receipts and Expenditures.

F83: Printed Matter (1975). Federal Election Commission, Contributions by Banks, Corporations, and Labor Unions to Defray Constituent Service Expenses.

F84: Report of Receipts and Expenditures (1975-1977).

Lists

F85: List (1976). Inaugural Invitations, suggested.

Literature

F86: Printed Matter (1976). Call for the 1976 Democratic National Convention; Chamber of Commerce, "Summaries of Some of the Issues That Concern Business in the Second Session of the 94th Congress"; Government Document, Nominees for U.S. Senate and House, 95th Congress.

F87: Printed Matter (1976). Democratic Fact Book.

F88: Printed Matter (1976). Factual Campaign Information, October, 1976; Nomination and Election of the President and Vice President of the United States. March 1976. Includes form letter from Francis R. Valeo, Secretary of the Senate.

Media

F89: Newspaper Clippings (1976). Assortment. Note attached.

F90: Press Release (1976). Carl Albert's retirement and Supreme Court ruling on campaign expenditures.

F91: Television (1976). Breakdown by Oklahoma TV Stations of Counties Served.

Other Political Candidates and Politicians

F92: Andrews, Marvin D. (1976). Copy of newspaper clipping.

F93: Cornwell, David (1976). Correspondence. Notes attached.

F94: Gammage, Bob (1976). Correspondence, newspaper clippings and precinct returns.

F95: Gingrich, Newt (1976). Press release, biography, and "The Ten Most Suspect".

F96: Gore, Albert, Jr. (1976). Correspondence to Carl Albert.

F97: Waters, Todd (1976). Correspondence.

F98: Panetta, Leon (1976). Correspondence to Carl Albert.

F99: Quinn, Bob (1976). Correspondence to Carl Albert.

F100: Scott, Ed (1976). Telegram to Carl Albert.

F101: Stipe, Gene (1976). Correspondence to Carl Albert.

F102: Ward, Charles (1976). Correspondence, assortment.

F103: Watkins, Wes (1976). Correspondence from Carl Albert to Watkins. Flyer included.

F104: Zahn, Tony (1976). Newspaper clipping. Note attached.

Personal Files

F105: Miscellaneous (1976).

Primary and General Election Returns

F106: General Election (1976). Office memorandum.

F107: Primary Election (1972). Returns for Louisiana and North Carolina Congressional races.

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