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  • Collection: Carl Albert Congressional Research and Studies Center

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.

TLS from the President of the University of New Mexico Student Senate detailing a student resolution passed in favor of the Voter Registration Bill. TL response thanks the Student Senate President for the notification of the resolution and assures…

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.

TLS from August P. LaFrance, Secretary of State with enclosure of H 1637 "Resolution Memorializing the Congress of the United States to Propose an Amendment to the Constitution of the United States Prohibiting Literacy Test, so-called, in the States,…

TLS from constituent in Tulsa, Oklahoma, expressing opposition to the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and to the Civil Rights movement. TL from Carl Albert thanking the constituent for sharing his views.

"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…

TLS from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Director, Washington Bureau, supporting the Voting Rights Act amendment to outlaw the poll tax. Detailed memorandum concerning the problems of the poll taxes and protection…

TLS from the Executive Secretary of the Norfolk Christian Leadership Conference commending Representative Ted Kennedy for his work in seeking to add a poll tax ban to the Voting Rights Act of 1965. The letter is also addressed to Representatives Carl…

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…

A from constituent in Poteau, Oklahoma writes to Senator Mike Monroney and calls for the immediate end of the Vietnam War through whatever means necessary. A response from Representative Carl Albert thanks the constituent for sharing their views and…
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