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  • Collection: Carl Albert Congressional Research and Studies Center

An invitation from officers of the Young Americans for Freedom to the staffs of the members of Congress extends an invitation to attend the "Light Up for Freedom" Rally. The invitation states that the rally's purpose is to demonstrate support of the…

Telegram from the Presbytery of Hudson River of the United Presbyterian Church to Carl Albert deploring the situation in Selma and supporting the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

Summary of remarks made during hearings before the House Subcommittee on Government Operations and the Committee of Government Operations of the Senate on the establishment of the Department of Urban Affairs and Housing.

Carbon copy of statement given by Representative Jeffery Cohelan on the floor of the House asking for adjustments to the proposed National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Act to allow for penalties and inspections for automobile manufacturers.

A rough and final draft of a speech given by Majority Leader Carl Albert in support of the Highway Beautification Act of 1965. The rough draft feature revisions made by the Albert.

Typescript of comments delivered by Carl Albert to House of Representatives in 1965. The speech includes discussion of the President's Message on the Cities and encourages the passage of the Housing and Urban Development Act during the 89th…

Typescript of speech delivered by Carl Albert at Grinnell College in November of 1965. The speech includes detailed discussion of the political strategies employed by the Democratic Party to pass the Great Society legislation during the 89th…

"Proposed Federal Legislation of Voting Rights" report by the Committee on Federal Legislation and the Committee on the Bill of Rights, The Association of the Bar of the City of New York. The report cites preceeding legislation and concludes with the…

A constituent in Heavener, Oklahoma writes to Carl Albert calling for the removal of US forces in Vietnam. In his response, Albert acknowledges this view and mentions that the Administration is anxious to hear Secretary McNamara's report on his visit…

Press release describing Carl Albert's appeal to 2,400 U.S. Mayors to prevent the defeat of President Kennedy's Reorganization Plan to create the Department of Housing and Urban Affairs.
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