CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
POST OFFICE SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 2

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Box 2: Albert, Post Office, Commemorative Stamps, Bowling – Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Arkoma, Ashland
 
F 1: Albert, Post Office, Commemorative Stamps, Bowling 1970-71
Folder contains correspondence dealing with 1971 commemorative stamp on the sport of bowling.  Correspondents include The National Bowling Council, American Bowling Congress, and Woman’s International Bowling Congress.

F 2: Albert, Post Office, Commemorative Stamps, General Federation of Women’s Clubs 1965-66
Folder contains correspondence dealing with the General Federation of Women’s Clubs 75th anniversary commemorative stamp.  Correspondents include the National General Federation of Women’s Clubs and several local clubs.

F 3: Albert, Post Office, Commemorative Stamps, National Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Clubs 1968
Folder contains correspondence dealing with the proposed golden anniversary (50th) commemorative stamp.  Correspondents include Oklahoma Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Clubs and several local clubs.

F 4: Albert, Post Office, Commemorative Stamps, Order of DeMolay 1968
Folder contains correspondence dealing with the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Order of DeMolay by Frank Land.  Correspondents include International Supreme Council, Order of DeMolay.

F 5: Albert, Post Office, Commemorative Stamps, Room 8 Cat 1971-76
Folder contains correspondence dealing with Elysian Heights Elementary School (Los Angeles) Room 8 Cat; also Room 8 Cat medallion, A Cat Called Room 8, Christmas cards, and cat stamp.  Correspondents include Lenore Wilkie and Beverly Mason, principal Elysian Heights Elementary School.

F 6: Albert, Post Office, Leasing Vehicles for Rural Mail Carriers 1965
Topics include Q&A/Fact Sheet booklet by Post Office Department.  Correspondents include Tom Murray, Oklahoma Automobile Dealers Association, and several rural carriers (mostly opposed).

F 7: Albert, Post Office, Lists n.d., 1947-1952, 1954, 1957-58, 1961, 1965-1971, 1974
Folder contains lists of postmasters and acting postmasters, pending post offices, closed post offices, and post office buildings.

F 8: Albert, Post Office, Obscene and Pornographic Material 1968 – May 1969
Topics include investigation into practices by Cybertype, Inc. and Pandering Advertisements Statute of Postal Revenue and Federal Salary Act of 1967.  Correspondents include H.B. Montague, Chief Postal Inspector.

F 9: Albert, Post Office, Obscene and Pornographic Material June – December 1969
Topics include Pandering Advertisement Statute, mailing to minors, and anti-obscenity legislation (H.R. 10877).  Correspondents include Post Office Department General Counsel.

F 10: Albert, Post Office, Obscene and Pornographic Material 1970-73, 1975
Topics include Pandering Advertisement Statute, mailing to minors, Postal Reorganization Act, Anti-Smut provision or Goldwater Amendment – providing for a list of those requesting to be removed from certain mailing lists.

F 11: Albert, Post Office, Publications 1959, 1961-62, 1966-68
Folder contains booklets and newsletters dealing with post office issues and appointments.  Topics include mechanization, delivery, and Congressional frank.

F 12: Albert, Post Office, Publications 1969-1970
Folder contains booklets and newsletters dealing with post office issues and appointments.  Topics include post office classes, postal patronage, and postal inspections.

F 13: Albert, Post Office, Publications 1971-73
Folder contains booklets and newsletters dealing with post office issues and appointments.  Topics include postal inspections and service.

F 14: Albert, Post Office, Rural and Small Post Office Closures 1975-76
Topics include cost effective study and suspending closings.  Correspondents include David Henderson.

F 15: Albert, Post Office, UNICEF Greeting Cards 1970
Folder contains correspondence dealing with the sale of UNICEF cards in post office lobbies.

F 16: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Achille, Adamson, Adel 1947, 1953-54, 1967, 1976
Achille – reclassification from 3rd to 4th class post office and rail delivery; Adamson – conversion to rural branch and eventual post office closing; and Adel – possible post office closing.

F 17: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Albany, Albion, Alderson, Alma 1948, 1954, 1963, 1969, 1974-76
Albany – post office equipment and possible post office closing; Albion – star route changes, rural route changes, and possible post office closing; Alderson – 4th class post office facilities; and Alma – rural route changes and possible post office closing.

F 18: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Antlers 1946, 1950-1963, 1965-66
Antlers – post office building, star route changes, city delivery service, rural route changes, post office dedication, and Natural Beauty program “Citation of Merit.”

F 19: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Ardmore 1947-49
Ardmore – city delivery service, parking lot for postal employees, rural route changes, and post office equipment.

F 20: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Ardmore 1950-53
Ardmore – post office/federal building, parking lot for postal employees, rural route changes, classified branch at Ardmore Air Base if reactivated, highway postal service, post office equipment, city delivery service, and star route changes.  Correspondents include General Service Administration.

F 21: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Ardmore 1954-59
Ardmore – rural route changes, charges of irregularities filed against postmaster by Post Office Inspector and subsequent removal following case and appeal, city sub-station, city delivery service, and classified branch at Ardmore Air Base.

F 22: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Ardmore 1960-61
Ardmore – dispute as to where to build new post office building and facilities and review of postmaster case.  Correspondents include J.G. Puterbaugh.

F 23: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Ardmore 1962-64
Ardmore – new post office building construction, Parcel Post Annex lease, General Service Administration to remodel former post office space in federal building, post office dedication, and rural route changes.

F 24: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Ardmore 1966-67, 1969-1970, 1972, 1974
Ardmore – rural route changes, Ardmore Air Base – Gene Autry Post Office dispute, door delivery service, equipment modernization program, and United States flag emblem on postal uniform.

F 25: Albert, Post Office, District Cities and Towns, Arkoma, Ashland 1948, 1951, 1959-1961, 1968-1971, 1976
Arkoma – reclassification from 3rd to 4th class post office, rural route changes, post office building, and city delivery service and Ashland – possible post office closing.

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