Carl Albert served as the representative of Oklahoma's 3rd District to the U.S. House of Representatives from 1947-1977. During the last three terms, he was the Speaker of the House. Known as the "Little Giant from Little Dixie," Albert ascended to the highest national political office ever occupied by an Oklahoman.
Exclusive to the Carl Albert Center Archives, is the vast personal collective of Albert’s written compositions, communication with authoritative global parties, correspondence with constituents, official documents, travel reports, bureaucratic processes, and much more. Linking visual history with textual passage not only enhances the ability to learn but also perpetuates critical thinking on a profound level of engagement.
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