CARL ALBERT COLLECTION

MAIL SERIES

Box 1

F1:  Mail, 1963, Agriculture
Topics include wheat, cotton, HR 8195, and Mexican migrant labor.

F2:  Mail, 1963, Aviation, Northeast Airlines
Topics include Grandfather Rights bill, refusal of Civil Aeronautics Board to issue Northeast Airlines a permanent certificate for Florida routes, HR 8308, and amendment to Federal Aviation Act.

F3:  Mail, 1963, Civil Rights Act, Anti
Topics include federal power, HR 7152, communism, infringement of rights of non-minorities, property rights, effect on private businesses, desegregation of schools, racial discrimination, and freedom of association.

F4-7:  Mail, 1963, Civil Rights Act, Pro
Topics include HR 7152, Fair Employment Practices Act, racial discrimination, public accommodations, discharge petition, giving the Justice Department the ability to bring suit to protect constitutional rights, tribute to John F. Kennedy, House Rules Committee, and voting rights.

F8:  Mail, 1963, Congress
Topics include Republican Party, Democratic Party, pay increase, Adam Clayton Powell, and House Un-American Activities Committee.

F9:  Mail, 1963, Congress, Albert Statement on Republican Senators (February 12, 1963)
Topics include Republican opposition to John F. Kennedy’s foreign policy towards Cuba.

F10:  Mail, 1963, Education
Topics include HR 4955, federal aid to parochial schools, HR 6143, and Higher Education facilities bill.

F11:  Mail, 1963, Education, Religion in Schools
Topics include HJ Res. 693, bible reading in public schools, prayer in public schools, discharge petition, and Supreme Court decision.

F12:  Mail, 1963, Federal Spending and Budget
Topics include budget cuts, reducing federal spending, and deficit spending.

F13:  Mail, 1963, Foreign Affairs
Topics include Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, Edward Teller, sale of U.S. wheat to the Soviet Union, U.S. relations with the Soviet Union, Moise Tshombe, and John F. Kennedy foreign policy.

F14:  Mail, 1963, Foreign Affairs, Cuba
Topics include John F. Kennedy foreign policy towards Cuba, Cuban missile crisis, Soviet operations and influence in Cuba, U.S. naval blockade, spread of communism, Monroe Doctrine, and Soviet troops and missiles in Cuba.

F15:  Mail, 1963, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Aid
Topics include reducing foreign aid spending.

F16-17:  Mail, 1963, General
Topics include wilderness bill, Advisory Panel on Federal Salary Systems, experimentation on animals, immigration, Youth Corps, Supreme Court, inflation, and gun control.

F18:  Mail, 1963, Health Care
Topics include mental health care and cancer treatment.

F19:  Mail, 1963, Kennedy, John F.
Topics include memorializing Kennedy after his death, assassination, criticism of Kennedy’s legislative proposals, criticism of the Kennedy family, Robert F. Kennedy, and Jacqueline Kennedy.

F20:  Mail, 1963, Labor
Topics include unions, unemployment in motion picture industry, and maritime workers.

F21:  Mail, 1963, Multiple Issue Letters

F22:  Mail, 1963, Quality Stabilization
Topics include HR 3669, price increases, and HR 3670.

F23:  Mail, 1963, Railroads

F24:  Mail, 1963, Railroads, Freight Rates
Topics include HR 4700, minimum rate regulation, and competition in shipping industry.

F25:  Mail, 1963, Religion

F26:  Mail, 1963, Social Security and Medicare

F27:  Mail, 1963, Taxes
Topics include tax reform, deduction for charitable contributions, tax cuts, reducing federal spending, Herlong-Baker bill, and tax on dividends.

F28:  Mail, 1963, Truth in Lending Bill
Topics include statement of Walter D. Malcolm, statement of Richard Vancil, and S. 750.

F29:  Mail, 1963, United Nations
Topics include U.S. appropriations for UN agencies and disarmament conference in Geneva.

F30:  Mail, 1963, Veterans and Servicemen
Topics include HR 2332, World War I veteran pensions, military pay increase, HR 5555, HR 4696, and recomputation of retirement pay.

F31:  Mail, 1963, Water
Topics include fluoridation, Federal Water Pollution Control Act, and HR 3166.

F32:  Mail, 1964, Agriculture
Topics include wheat.

F33:  Mail, 1964, Civil Rights Act, Anti
Topics include racial discrimination, HR 7152, and federal power.

F34:  Mail, 1964, Civil Rights Act, Pro      
Topics include HR 7152, Title VI, religious discrimination in education, racial discrimination, public accommodations, and giving the Justice Department the ability to bring suit to protect constitutional rights

F35:  Mail, 1964, Civil Service, Salary Increase
Topics include HR 8986 and True Comparability Principle.

F36:  Mail, 1964, Congress
Topics include salary increase and comments about Carl Albert.

F37:  Mail, 1964, Education
Topics include HR 11904 and National Defense Education Act.

F38:  Mail, 1964, Education, Religion in Schools
Topics include bible reading in public schools, prayer in public schools, Becker amendment, discharge petition, and HJ Res. 693.

F39: Mail, 1964, Fire Island National Seashore
Topics include HR 3846, Land and Water Conservation Fund bill, and HR 7107.

F40:  Mail, 1964, Foreign Affairs
Topics include foreign aid and Baltic States.

F41:  Mail, 1964, General
Topics include wilderness bill, railroads, John F. Kennedy, immigration, and 1964 presidential election.

F42-43:  Mail, 1964, Get Well Cards
This folder contains cards and letters sent to Carl Albert while he was hospitalized in McAlester, Oklahoma in December, 1964.
Correspondents include Julian Rothbaum, J. Edgar Hoover, Fred R. Harris, Jim Trimble, Lavern Fishel, and Stanley Draper.

 

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