Gun Control

Title

Gun Control

Description

The Gun Control Act of 1968 focuses on the regulation of interstate commerce in firearms by prohibiting interstate firearm transfers except among licensed manufacturers, dealers and importers. The Act of 1968 was signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson on October 22, 1968, and is Title I of the U.S. federal firearms laws.

The Carl Albert Center Collections hold constituent correspondence relative to the issues surrounding gun control, gun rights, and other gun related issues. If you would like to conduct additiona research on the topic, visit http://www.ou.edu/carlalbertcenter.

Subject

Gun Control Act of 1968

Collection Items

Letter from Emmanuel and Edith Lindheimer to Carl Albert
Letter from Emmanuel and Edith Lindheimer to Carl Albert IN SUPPORT of gun control

Letter from Tressie Jackson Jenks to Carl Albert
Letter from Tressie Jackson Jenks to Carl Albert AGAINST gun control. Includes poems and mentions the Communist agenda

Letter from Stanley B. Bagley to Carl Albert
Letter from Stanley B. Bagley to Carl Albert IN SUPPORT of gun control. Includes poems.

Letter from Elmer Staggs to Carl Albert
Letter from Elmer Staggs to Carl Albert AGAINST gun control.

Letter from C. J. Allen to Carl Albert
Letter from C. J. Allen to Carl Albert AGAINST gun control. Mentions Cuba

Letter from Erwin D. Canham to Carl Albert
Letter from Erwin D. Canham to Carl Albert IN SUPPORT of gun control. Includes 10 articles over the sale of guns.

Clipping from C. K. Gosset to Carl Albert
Clipping from C. K. Gosset to Carl Albert AGAINST gun control

Clipping from W. H. McCarley to Carl Albert.
Clipping from W. H. McCarley to Carl Albert AGAINST gun control

Letter from Donald Mahaffey to Carl Albert
Letter from Donald Mahaffey to Carl Albert AGAINST gun control.

Letter from Marvin F. Pierce to Carl Albert
Letter from Marvin F. Pierce to Carl Albert IN SUPPORT of gun control
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