Inventory to the
Lyle H. Boren Collection, 1885-1949
Carl Albert Center, University of Oklahoma

Boxes 1-5 Folder List



Go to Lyle H. Boren Collection Scope and Content Note/Series Descriptions

Series 1: Personal and Family Files, 1885-1949 (bulk: 1934-1949).

Box/Folder Number: 1/1
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, 1885 - 1908.

Correspondents include Judith Mackey and Mary J. Swafford.

Box/Folder Number: 1/2
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Abernathy - Busby, 1935 - 1946.

Box/Folder Number: 1/3-5
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Axton, John and Mae Boren Axton, 1936-1946.

Topics include Hoyt Axton, personal finance of Mae Boren Axton, and Lyle Hagler Boren family 1910-1992. Correspondents include Mae Boren Axton and John Axton.

Box/Folder Number: 1/6
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren Family, Miscellaneous Family Members, 1936-1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren family 1910-1992.

Box/Folder Number: 1/7
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Brady M., 1939-1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren family 1910-1992 and war work of World War 1939-1945. Correspondents include Brady M. Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 1/8-13
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Christine, 1936-1946.

Topics include David Boren, Lyle Hagler Boren, travel in Oklahoma, and travel to Washington (D.C.). Correspondents include Christine Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 1/14
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Christine, Diary, 1938 Jan.-Feb.

Topics include legislators' spouses and Washington (D.C.) social life and customs. Correspondents include Christine Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 1/15
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Clyde, 1936-1946.

Correspondents include J. Clyde Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 1/16-28
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Dale, 1936-1946.

Topics include Dale Boren personal finance, Lyle Hagler Boren family, Lyle Hagler Boren personal finance, Claude Thompson, civil service pensions, family farms management, job vacancies in Washington (D.C.)., office equipment and supplies, schools in Yale (Okla.)., and Oklahoma politics and government. Correspondents include Dale Boren and Boren-Malone Company.

Box/Folder Number: 1/29-31
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Dallas, 1937-1946.

Topics include Dallas L. Boren personal finance, Abilene Christian College, service stations in Wewoka (Okla.), and World War chaplains 1939-1945. Correspondents include Dallas L. Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 1/32
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, David L., 1942-1945.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren family. Correspondents include David Boren .

Box/Folder Number: 1/33
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, David L., Regarding, 1941.

Topics include birth of David Boren. Correspondents include Charles Evans Hughes and Henry Agard Wallace.

Box/Folder Number: 1/34
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Fannie, 1941-1944.

Topics include John Darrell Boren and John Darrell Boren Jr. Correspondents include Fannie Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 1/35
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Henry P., 1936-1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren 1910-1992 Family, Employment opportunities in Oklahoma, and Henry P. Boren Personal finance. Correspondents include Henry P. Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 1/36-46
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, James B., 1937-1943.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren fFamily, Oklahoma politics and government, and James B. Boren personal finance. Correspondents include James B. Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 2/1-2
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, James B., 1944-1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren family, United States Civil Aeronautics Administration, flight training in Wichita Falls (Tex.), and Oklahoma politics and government. Correspondents include James B. Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 2/3
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, James Erwin, 1941-1944.

Topics include Lyle H. Boren family. Correspondents include James Erwin Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 2/4
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, James Harlan, 1943-1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren family. Correspondents include James Harlan Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 2/5-8
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, John Darrell (J. D.), 1937-1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren family, Civilian Conservation Corps Chaplains (U.S.), World War 1939-1945 chaplains, Oklahoma politics and government, and John Darrell Boren personal finance. Correspondents include Harry Hives Woodring and John Darrell Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 2/9
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, John Darrell, Jr., 1938-1944.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren family. Correspondents include John Darrell Boren, Jr.

Box/Folder Number: 2/10
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Juno, 1941.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren family, Dale Boren health, and Juno Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 2/11
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Lyle H., Appointment to State Board of Education, 1934-1935.

Topics include Oklahoma State Board of Education.

Box/Folder Number: 2/12
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Lyle H., Biographical Materials, 1940-1946, 1949.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren journeys to Europe and Biographical Encyclopedia of the World.

Box/Folder Number: 2/13
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Lyle H., Cards and Badges, 1938-1946.

Box/Folder Number: 2/14
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Lyle H., Correspondence, Drafts of Outgoing Letters, n.d.

Box/Folder Number: 2/15
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Lyle H., Correspondence, Miscellaneous, n.d., 1935-1946.

Topics include United States Federal Trade Commission officials and employees.

Box/Folder Number: 2/16
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Lyle H., George Washington University, 1939.

Correspondents include George Washington University.

Box/Folder Number: 2/17
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Lyle H., Notes and Drafts, 1939-1940.

Box/Folder Number: 2/18
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Lyle H., Proposed Resignation from Congress to Enlist in the Military, 1941-1942, 1944.

Topics include Sam Rayburn.

Box/Folder Number: 2/19
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Lyle H., Selective Service Classification, Military Service, and Medical Records, 1940-1945.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren hHealth. Correspondents include James Forrestal and Frank Knox.

Box/Folder Number: 2/20
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Lyle Craig, 1941-1942.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren family. Correspondents include Lyle Craig Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 2/21
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Mark L., 1938-1944.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren family. Correspondents include Mark L. Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 2/22-24
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Mark Latimer (M. L.) and Nannie Mae Boren, 1936-1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren family, Roff (Okla.), and M. L. Boren personal finance. Correspondents include M. L. Boren and Nannie Mae Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 2/25
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Minnie (Mrs. M. J.), 1938-1941.

Topics include United States Works Progress Administration officials and employees. Correspondents include Minnie Boren (Mrs. M. J.).

Box/Folder Number: 2/26
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Nell-Jo, 1940-1945.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren family and Dallas L. Boren personal finance. Correspondents include Nell-Jo Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 2/27
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Richard L., 1940-1944.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren family. Correspondents include Richard L. Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 2/28-32
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Riley Preston, 1936-1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren family, United States Civil Service Commission, United States officials and employees, United States Veterans Administration, Heavener (Okla.) schools, disabled veterans vocational rehabilitation, Oklahoma politics and government, and Riley Preston Boren personal finance. Correspondents include Riley Preston Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 2/33-35
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Wallace, 1942-1946.

Topics include Oklahoma politics and government. Correspondents include Wallace Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 2/36
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, William Damos, 1937-1945.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren family and William Damos Boren personal finance. Correspondents include William Damos Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 2/37
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Boren, Wiley I. (W. I.), 1938-1946.

Correspondents include Wiley I. Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 2/38
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Cargill - Crump, 1935-1945.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren personal finance and Oklahoma politics and government.

Box/Folder Number: 2/39
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Cole, William P., 1942-1943.

Correspondents include William P. Cole.

Box/Folder Number: 2/40
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Collins, Arville, 1937-1941.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren friends and associates. Correspondents include Arville Collins.

Box/Folder Number: 2/41
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Compton, A. C., and Wanda Compton, 1943-1946.

Correspondents include A. C. Compton and Wanda Compton.

Box/Folder Number: 2/42
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Crabie - Cy, 1935-1946.

Box/Folder Number: 2/43
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Currin, Dial, 1941-1946.

Topics include Oklahoma politics and government. Correspondents include Dial Currin.

Box/Folder Number: 2/44
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Darks - Day, 1937-1946.

Box/Folder Number: 2/45
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Davis, Howard, 1936-1944.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren friends and associates, Oklahoma politics and government, and Oklahoma Democrats Fraternity. Correspondents include Howard Davis.

Box/Folder Number: 2/46
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Dealey - Disney, 1936-1946.

Correspondents include Wesley Ernest Disney.

Box/Folder Number: 2/47
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Densford, J. W. (Jack), 1942-1946.

Correspondents include J. W. Densford.

Box/Folder Number: 2/48
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Dobbins - Dwight, 1936-1946.

Box/Folder Number: 2/49-51
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Dolen, Kay, 1942-1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren friends and associates. Correspondents include Katherine B. Dolen (Kay).

Box/Folder Number: 2/52
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Downs, Elwin and Juanita, 1936-1942.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren friends and associates and Elwin Downs. Correspondents include Juanita Downs.

Box/Folder Number: 2/53
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Duffer, Casper, 1936-1944.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren friends and associates. Correspondents include Casper Duffer.

Box/Folder Number: 2/54
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Dunn, W. G. (Galen), 1940-1944.

Topics include Oklahoma politics and government. Correspondents include Galen Dunn.

Box/Folder Number: 2/55
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Eakin - Elias, 1937-1945.

Box/Folder Number: 2/56
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Early Bird Breakfast Club, 1936-1939.

Correspondents include Early Bird Breakfast Club.

Box/Folder Number: 2/57
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Elliot - Ezekiel, 1936-1946.

Correspondents include C. P. Ellis and Clyde Taylor Ellis.

Box/Folder Number: 2/58
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Emerson, E. E., 1937-1944.

Topics include Oklahoma politics and government. Correspondents include Earle E. Emerson.

Box/Folder Number: 2/59
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Epton, Hicks, 1935-1942.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren personal finance and Oklahoma politics and government. Correspondents include Hicks Epton.

Box/Folder Number: 2/60
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Evans, E. J., 1935-1945.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren friends and associates and Oklahoma politics and government. Correspondents include E. J. Evans.

Box/Folder Number: 2/61
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Fairbanks - Fitzgerald, 1937-1945.

Topics include United State Congress House Subcommittee on Brand Names and Newsprint meeting in Quebec (Province) 1943. Correspondents include Ira Monroe Finley and G. Harold Fiske.

Box/Folder Number: 2/62
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Farley, James A., 1940-1946.

Correspondents include James A. Farley.

Box/Folder Number: 2/63
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Faust, W. Harvey, 1938-1945.

Correspondents include Harvey Faust.

Box/Folder Number: 2/64-67
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Fleming, Jim, 1937-1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren friends and associates, United States National Youth Administration officials and employees, postmasters in Okemah (Okla.), postmasters in Weleetka (Okla.), postmasters in Wetumka (Okla.), and Oklahoma politics and government. Correspondents include James W. Fleming.

Box/Folder Number: 2/68
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Fluty - Fulton, 1936-1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren homes and haunts.

Box/Folder Number: 2/69
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Ford, J. Lloyd, 1940-1944.

Correspondents include J. Lloyd Ford.

Box/Folder Number: 2/70
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Fraser, Ted, 1935-1936.

Topics include W. E. Grisso, and Oklahoma Democrats Fraternity. Correspondents include Ted Fraser.

Box/Folder Number: 3/1
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Gahring - Glenn, 1935-1946.

Topics include Oklahoma politics and government.

Box/Folder Number: 3/2
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Garrett, E. L., 1937-1943.

Correspondents include E. L. Garrett.

Box/Folder Number: 3/3
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Giesen, A. F., 1940-1946.

Topics include Oklahoma politics and government. Correspondents include A. F. Giesen.

Box/Folder Number: 3/4
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Godwin - Gunckel, 1936-1946.

Topics include Thomas Pryor Gore.

Box/Folder Number: 3/5
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Grisso, W. E., and Family, 1936-1944.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren friends and associates, Oklahoma politics and government, and Oklahoma Democrats Fraternity. Correspondents include W. E. Grisso.

Box/Folder Number: 3/6
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Hocker - Harber, J. N., 1935-1946.

Box/Folder Number: 3/7
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Harber, W. E. (Elmer), 1936-1942.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren personal finance and Oklahoma politics and government. Correspondents include Elmer Harber.

Box/Folder Number: 3/8
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Harbour - Lytton, 1935-1946.

Topics include Willmoore Kendall and Oklahoma Democrats Fraternity. Correspondents include Oren Harris and W. S. Key.

Box/Folder Number: 3/9
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Lee, Josh, 1935-1936.

Topics include Will Rogers, political campaigns in Oklahoma, Oklahoma politics and government, and Oklahoma Democrats Fraternity. Correspondents include Joshua Bryan Lee.

Box/Folder Number: 3/10
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, M - Prock, 1935-1945.

Topics include Joshua Bryan Lee and Oklahoma Democrats Fraternity. Correspondents include Al Nichols.

Box/Folder Number: 3/11
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Prosperity Club Chain Letter, n.d..

Box/Folder Number: 3/12
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Ramay - T, n.d..

Topics include Sam Rayburn, United States Works Progress Administration in Oklahoma, Oklahoma politics and government, and Oklahoma Democrats Fraternity.

Box/Folder Number: 3/13
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Reynolds, F. J., 1935.

Topics include Oklahoma State Board of Education. Correspondents include F. J. Reynolds.

Box/Folder Number: 3/14
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Correspondence, Virden - Zaneis, 1934-1946.

Topics include Joshua Bryan Lee, Oklahoma politics and government, John M. Virden, and Oklahoma Democrats Fraternity. Correspondents include Kate Galt Zaneis.

Box/Folder Number: 3/15-31
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Financial and Business Records, 1935-1946.

Contained in the folders are correspondence, canceled checks, invoices, receipts, and account books. Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren personal finance, Lyle Hagler Boren homes and haunts, and automobiles.

Box/Folder Number: 3/32
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal Publications, Oklahoma Democrat, 1936-1937.

Topics include Oklahoma Democrat. Correspondents include Oklahoma Democrat Publishing Company.

Box/Folder Number: 3/33
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal, Oklahoma Democrats Fraternity, 1935-1939.

Box/Folder Number: 3/34-42
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal, Fables in Labels, Manuscript, Correspondence, Clippings, Sources, 1929-1944.

Topics include wool labeling, woolen and worsted manufacture, and woolen goods. Correspondents include United States Dept. of Agriculture, Fables in Labels, and Fables in Labels draft manuscript.

Box/Folder Number: 3/43-44
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal, Who's Who in Oklahoma, Correspondence, Clippings, 1934-1936.

Topics include Angie Debo, Van Heflin, and Fred Lincoln Wenner.

Box/Folder Number: 3/45
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal, Stamps, World War II Victory, Bible, Ration, Postage, n.d., 1941, 1943, 1945.

Box/Folder Number: 3/46
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal, Airline Mementos, n.d., 1946.

Box/Folder Number: 3/47
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal, Miscellaneous Mementos, n.d., 1939.

Topics include East Asia money, pins, Irish hospitals sweepstake ticket, toy pipe, artificial poppies.

Box/Folder Number: 3/48
Folder Titles and Dates: Personal, Lyle's Writings and Poetry, n.d., 1932-1933.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren and Evening Bells, a booklet of poetry written by Boren.

Series 2: Subject Files, 1935-1946.

Box/Folder Number: 4/1
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agricultural Credit, Commodity Credit Corporation, 1943-1945.

Topics include United States Dept. of Agriculture, agricultural credit in Oklahoma, cottonseed products as feed in Oklahoma, farm equipment, feed industry, grain as feed in Oklahoma, peanut products, soybean as feed, feed shortage, and protein feed shortage. Correspondents include Commodity Credit Corporation, W. E. Grisso, Allen Feed and Cereal Mills (Ada, Okla.), and Choctaw Cotton Oil Co. (Ada, Okla.).

Box/Folder Number: 4/2
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agricultural Credit, Farm Credit Administration, 1937-1943.

Topics include Joshua Bryan Lee, John Conover Nichols, Leon Chase Phillips, William Rogers, Elmer Thomas, agricultural credit in Oklahoma, agricultural credit corporations, interest rates, Farmers National Farm Loan Association (Okemah, Okla.), and Federal Land Bank of Wichita. Correspondents include United States Farm Credit Administration, W. H. Dill, Tom B. Grant, Roy Johnson, W. S. Key, and Independent Bankers Association.

Box/Folder Number: 4/3
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agricultural Credit, Farmers Cooperatives, 1943-1945.

Topics include agricultural cooperative credit associations in Oklahoma and agricultural credit in Oklahoma.

Box/Folder Number: 4/4
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agricultural Credit, Agricultural Credit Associations, 1943-1946.

Topics include Production Credit Associations of America and United States Farm Credit Administration. Correspondents include Chester P. Ellis.

Box/Folder Number: 4/5-6
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agriculture, Cotton, 1937-1946.

Topics include Wilburn Cartwright, John Conover Nichols, United States Bureau of the Census officials and employees, United States War Production Board, agricultural credit in Oklahoma, building materials, cotton diseases and pests in Louisiana, cotton diseases and pests in Oklahoma, crop insurance in Oklahoma, farm production quotas in Oklahoma, Cotton Stamp Program, list of attendees at the Cotton Conference in Washington D.C. (December 1944), and Agricultural Act of 1938. Correspondents include Frank William Boykin, Aaron Lane Ford, United States Agricultural Adjustment Administration, United States Bureau of the Census (Okla.), Chester P. Ellis, C. A. Hagan, and Oklahoma Cotton Council.

Box/Folder Number: 4/7
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agriculture, Dairy, n.d., 1937-1946.

Topics include Victor E. Wickersham.

Box/Folder Number: 4/8
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agriculture, Equipment, 1941-1946.

Topics include United States War Food Administration, United States War Production Board, agricultural machinery in Oklahoma, and tractors.

Box/Folder Number: 4/9
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agriculture, Farm Tenancy Program, 1937-1940.

Topics include farm tenancy in Oklahoma.

Box/Folder Number: 4/10
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agriculture, General, 1937-1946.

Topics include agricultural education, agricultural experiment stations, agriculture economic aspects, food supply, and chinch-bugs in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Albert Sidney Camp, Frank Ernest Gannett, United States Dept. of Agriculture, and C. A. Hagan.

Box/Folder Number: 4/11
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agriculture, Labor Shortage, 1942-1945.

Topics include Edwin Carl Johnson, agricultural laborers, and agriculture economic aspects.

Box/Folder Number: 4/12
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agriculture, Livestock, n.d., 1942-1945.

Topics include agricultural price supports and beef cattle. Correspondents include Farmer-Stockman.

Box/Folder Number: 4/13
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agriculture, Peanuts, 1940-1946.

Topics include John Anthony Burns, Hampton Pitts Fulmer, Stephen Pace, United States Dept. of Agriculture, agricultural price supports, farm produce marketing laws and legislation, farm production quotas in Oklahoma, peanut oil, and Southwestern Peanut Growers' Association. Correspondents include United States Agricultural Adjustment Administration, Joe B. Crockett, and Bristow Chamber of Commerce.

Box/Folder Number: 4/14
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agriculture, Pecans, 1942.

Topics include Federal Pecan Marketing Association.

Box/Folder Number: 4/15
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agriculture, Storm Damage, 1940-1943.

Topics include natural disasters in Okfuskee County (Okla.) and storms in Okfuskee County (Okla.). Correspondents include Okemah Daily Leader (Okemah, Okla.).

Box/Folder Number: 4/16
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agriculture, Wheat, 1938-1946.

Topics include Commodity Credit Corporation, United States Agricultural Adjustment Administration, flour industry in Oklahoma, and wheat as feed. Correspondents include Clinton Presba Anderson and United States Dept. of Agriculture.

Box/Folder Number: 4/17
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agriculture Department, Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA), 1939-1946.

Topics include Joshua Bryan Lee, Claude Pepper, United States, Dept. of Agriculture appropriations and expenditures, United States War Production Board, Cotton, farm equipment in Oklahoma, farm production quotas in Oklahoma, grain as feed, tractors, wheat, protein feed shortage, Dewitt T. Alcorn, George W. Coker, William D. French, C. A. Hagan, Avery J. Ownby, Dick.Wells, and L. P. Wilson. Correspondents include United States Agricultural Adjustment Administration and United States War Food Administration.

Box/Folder Number: 4/18
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agriculture Department, Agricultural Marketing, 1937-1942.

Topics include agricultural estimating and reporting, national school lunch program, yearbooks, and requests. Correspondents include United States Agricultural Marketing Administration, United States Agricultural Marketing Service, and United States Bureau of Agricultural Economics.

Box/Folder Number: 4/19
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agriculture Department, Agricultural Research, 1943-1944.

Topics include requests. Correspondents include United States Agricultural Research Administration.

Box/Folder Number: 4/20
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agriculture Department, Farm Security Administration, 1937-1946.

Topics include Lyndon Baines Johnson, Marvin Jones, Robert Samuel Kerr, Joshua Bryan Lee, Sam Rayburn, United States, Farm Security Administration officials and employees, agricultural credit in Oklahoma, drought relief in Oklahoma, farm tenancy, floods in Creek County (Okla.), floods in Seminole County (Okla.), and veterans loans. Correspondents include Wilburn Cartwright, Elmer Thomas, United States Dept. of Agriculture, and United States Farm Security Administration.

Box/Folder Number: 4/21
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agriculture Department, Food Stamps, 1939-1945.

Topics include Joshua Bryan Lee, William Rogers, Elmer Thomas, Henry Agard Wallace, Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation officials and employees, United States Surplus Marketing Administration, food relief in Oklahoma, food stamps, surplus agricultural commodities in the United States, and Food Stamp Program. Correspondents include Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation, Tom Anglin, Quinton Griffith, Bristow Chamber of Commerce, Wewoka Chamber of Commerce, and Hale-Halsell Co.

Box/Folder Number: 4/22-24
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agriculture Department, Resettlement Administration, 1936-1938.

Topics include Thomas Terry Connelly, John Nance Garner, Joshua Bryan Lee, Ernest Whitworth Marland, Maury Maverick, Morris Sheppard, Elmer Thomas, Milton Horace West, United States Resettlement Administration officials and employees, United States Resettlement Administration officials and employees discipline, United States Works Progress Administration, agricultural credit in Oklahoma, drought relief in Oklahoma, farm tenancy, Stillwater Dam Project (Okla.), Winter Garden Project (Tex.), and Claude Birkhead. Correspondents include Will Winton Alexander, Dale Boren, Wilburn Cartwright, Wesley Ernest Disney, Raymond Gary, Robert Potter Hill, Harry Lloyd Hopkins, Jed J. Johnson, Samuel Chapman Massingale, John Conover Nichols, William Rogers, Henry Agard Wallace, United States Dept. of Agriculture, United States Resettlement Administration, J. M. Choate, A. H. Danforth, Carl Dees, Allen G. Nichols, and Dover P. Trent.

Box/Folder Number: 4/25
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agriculture Department, Rural Electrification Administration, 1937-1946.

Topics include Fulton Lewis, George William Norris, John Elliott Rankin, Sam Rayburn, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Henrik Shipstead, Elmer Thomas, William Madison Whittington, Claude Raymond Wickard, United States Rural Electrification Administration appropriations and expenditures, United States Rural Electrification Administration officials and employees, United States War Production Board, electric lines in Oklahoma (maps), government ownership of electric utilities, taxation of electric utilities, public utility districts, public utility holding companies, tax exemption, Pensacola Dam (Okla.), Grand River Dam, ARK-LA Electric Cooperative, Canadian Valley Electric Cooperative, KAMO Electric Cooperative, and Rural Electrification Act of 1936. Correspondents include Clyde Taylor Ellis, Harold LeClair Ickes, Jed J. Johnson, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, United States Rural Electrification Administration, Orel Busby, William W. Fox, Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company, and People's Electric Cooperative, Inc.

Box/Folder Number: 4/26-34
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Agriculture Department, Soil Conservation, 1936-1946.

Topics include William J. Holloway, Robert Samuel Kerr, Samuel Chapman Massingale, Kenneth Douglas McKellar, Luther Patrick, William Rogers, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) equipment and supplies, Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) officials and employees, United States Army Corps of Engineers civil functions, United States Soil Conservation Service appropriations and expenditures, United States Soil Conservation Service equipment and supplies, United States Soil Conservation Service officials and employees, United States Works Progress Administration, droughts in Oklahoma, flood control in Oklahoma, soil conservation in Oklahoma, soil conservation districts in Oklahoma, vocational education, water conservation in Oklahoma, Blue and Boggy Soil Conservation District (Okla.), Boley Camp (Okla.), Chandler Camp (Okla.), Creek County Soil Conservation District (Okla.), Konawa Camp (Okla.), Konawa Soil Conservation District (Okla.), Lincoln County Soil Conservation District (Okla.), Northern Hughes County Soil Conservation District (Okla.), Okfuskee County Soil Conservation District (Okla.), Pawhuska Camp (Okla.), Seminole County No. 1 Soil Conservation District (Okla.), Veteran's Camp (Hobart, Okla.), Veteran's Camp (Yukon, Okla.), Wetumka Camp (Okla.), and Wilburton Camp (Okla.). Correspondents include Jed J. Johnson, Marvin Jones (Folder 26), Ernest Whitworth Marland, William Robert Poage, Victor E. Wickersham, Nathaniel Elmer Winters, Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.), United States Dept. of Agriculture, United States Soil Conservation Service, Farmer Stockman, Tom Anglin, Orel Busby, W. E. Grisso, Bristow Chamber of Commerce, and Oklahoma Emergency Relief Administration.

Box/Folder Number: 4/35
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Alaska, 1945.

Box/Folder Number: 4/36-43
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Alcohol, 1937-1946.

Topics include Emanual Celler, Joshua Bryan Lee, Henry Lewis Stimson, alcohol law and legislation, alcoholic beverages, beer license system in Oklahoma, and prohibition in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Woman's Christian Temperance Union (Okla.) and C. A. Hagan.

Box/Folder Number: 4/44
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, American Constitutional Club of Oklahoma, 1941.

Topics include Samuel Barrett Pettengill.

Box/Folder Number: 4/45
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, American Farm Bureau Federation, 1945-1946.

Correspondents include American Farm Bureau Federation.

Box/Folder Number: 4/46
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, American Forum of the Air, 1945.

Correspondents include Theodore Granik.

Box/Folder Number: 4/47
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, American Mercury, 1944-1946.

Topics include Communism.

Box/Folder Number: 4/48
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, American Society of Civil Engineers, 1943.

Box/Folder Number: 4/49
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Apportionment, 1937-1941.

Topics include apportionment (election law) in Oklahoma.

Box/Folder Number: 5/1
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Argentina, 1944-1946.

Topics include Argentina foreign relations with Germany and Argentina foreign relations with Japan.

Box/Folder Number: 5/2
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Asphalt, 1937-1941.

Topics include United States Bureau of Public Roads, asphalt industry in Oklahoma, and asphalt rock in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Barndollar & Crosbie (Ada, Okla.).

Box/Folder Number: 5/3
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Atomic Bomb, 1945-1946.

Topics include Manhattan Project (U.S.), United Nations Security Council, United States Atomic Energy Commission, atomic bomb, nuclear energy and government policy, and nuclear nonproliferation.

Box/Folder Number: 5/4
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Aviation, 1938-1946.

Topics include Henry Harley Arnold, Clarence Frederick Lea, Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Eddie Rickenbacker, Richard Joseph Welch, United States Civil Aeronautics Board, United States Congress House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, aeronautics law and legislation, commercial freight, commercial passenger traffic, air defenses in the United States, air pilots pensions, air pilots salaries, air traffic control, airplanes maintenance and repair, airport planning in Oklahoma, maritime law, transportation law and legislation, yearbooks, Charles Hugh Anglin, and Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938. Correspondents include Dean Milton Gillespie, Joshua Lee, Elmer Thomas, Victor E. Wickersham, Mabel Walker Willebrandt, Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce of America, Airline Pilots Association, Boeing Aircraft Company, and International Association of Machinists.

Box/Folder Number: 5/5
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Aviation, Air Mail, 1937-1945.

Topics include Clarence Frederick Lea, Trans World Airlines, United Air Lines Transport Corporation, United States Interstate Commerce Commission, United States Post Office Dept., air mail service, contracting out letter mail handling, and postal service law and legislation. Correspondents include George Leonard Berry, Alfred Florian Beiter, Charles Gustav Binderup, Richard Thompson Buckler, Fred Nelson Cummings, Lynn Joseph Frazier, John Keller Griffith, Glenn Hasenfratz Griswold, Vincent F. Harrington, Herbert Emery Hitchcock, Louis Ludlow, Ernest Lundeen, Maury Maverick, William Doddridge McFarlane, Alfred N. Phillips, Byron Nicholson Scott, Morris Sheppard, Martin F. Smith, Harry S. Truman, Otha Donner Wearin, and Compton Ignatius White.

Box/Folder Number: 5/6-7
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Aviation, Air Reserve Corps, Air Transport Association of America, 1939-1944.

Topics include United States Army Air Corps, United States Civil Aeronautics Authority, United States Congress House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, aeronautics law and legislation, aeronautics safety measures, commercial aeronautics, airports, meteorological services, postal service law and legislation, transportation law and legislation, United States Armed Forces operational readiness, and Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938. Correspondents include Air Transport Association of America and James B. Boren.

Box/Folder Number: 5/8
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Aviation, Airline Service, 1939-1946.

Topics include Trans World Airlines (map), United States Civil Aeronautics Board, air mail service, airlines certification in Holdenville (Okla.), airlines certification in Oklahoma, airlines certification in Shawnee (Okla.), and local service airlines. Correspondents include William Grady Stigler and Central Airlines (Oklahoma City, Okla.).

Box/Folder Number: 5/9
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Aviation, Airport Development, 1938-1946.

Topics include United States Civil Aeronautics Authority, United States Civil Aeronautics Authority appropriations and expenditures, airport law and legislation, airport planning in Oklahoma, military readiness, post war planning, and National Airport Plan. Correspondents include United States Civil Aeronautics Administration, J. Frank Buck, Bristow Public Schools (Okla.), and Wewoka Chamber of Commerce (Okla.).

Box/Folder Number: 5/10
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Aviation, American Airlines, Inc., 1941-1945.

Topics include commercial aeronautics, military readiness, and Admirals of the Flagship Fleet. Correspondents include American Airlines, inc.

Box/Folder Number: 5/11
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Aviation, Braniff Airways, 1937-1945.

Topics include Eddie Rickenbacker, Eastern Air Lines, United States Civil Aeronautics Board, aeronautics law and legislation, air mail service, airports in Mexico, contracting out letter mail handling, local service airlines in Oklahoma, and W. Galen Dunn. Correspondents include Thomas Elmer Braniff, Maury Maverick, Braniff Airways, and United States Post Office Dept.

Box/Folder Number: 5/12-13
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Aviation, Chicago and Southern Airlines, Inc., Civil Aeronautics Administration, 1938-1946.

Topics include Clarence Frederick Lea, United States Civil Aeronautics Authority, United States Civil Aeronautics Authority officials and employees, aeronautics law and legislation, commercial passenger traffic, and Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938. Correspondents include Chicago and Southern Air Lines.

Box/Folder Number: 5/14-15B
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Aviation, Civilian Pilot Training, Private Aircraft Ownership, Trans-Southern Airlines, 1939-1945.

Topics include Josiah William Bailey, Jesse Holman Jones, Frank Knox, Pat McCarran, Henry Lewis Stimson, Civilian Pilot Training Program (U.S.), Murray State School of Agriculture (Tishomingo, Okla.), United States Army Air Corps., United States Navy Dept. Bureau of Aeronautics, United States War Production Board, commercial aeronautics, aeronautics safety measures, private flying in the United States, private planes in the United States, Hardin Junior College (Wichita Falls, Texas), and Wetumka Junior College (Wetumka, Okla.). Correspondents include George Lynn Cross, United States Civil Aeronautics Authority, Willard Darks, Keith Kahle, Trans-Southern Airlines, and Wetumka Chamber of Commerce (Okla.).

Box/Folder Number: 5/16
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Banking, 1937-1945.

Topics include Harry Flood Byrd, government ownership of banks and banking, branch banks law and legislation, postal savings banks, and Security State Bank (Wewoka, Okla.). Correspondents include Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, American National Bank (Shawnee, Okla.), and Atoka State Bank (Atoka, Okla.).

Box/Folder Number: 5/17
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Board of Economic Welfare, 1941-1943.

Topics include Jesse Holman Jones, Kenneth Douglas McKellar, Reconstruction Finance Corporation, oils and fats, and World War 1939-1945 economic aspects.

Box/Folder Number: 5/18
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Board of Investigation and Research, 1943.

Topics include freight and freightage rates and transportation. Correspondents include United States Board of Investigation and Research.

Box/Folder Number: 5/19
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Bond Buyer, 1942-1946.

Topics include municipal bond law and legislation. Correspondents include Ganson Purcell and Bond Buyer.

Box/Folder Number: 5/20-21
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Boy Scouts of America, 1936-1946.

Topics include Boy Scouts of America finance, Boy Scouts of America membership, outdoor recreation, and National Jamboree of Boy Scouts in Washington, D.C., 1937. Correspondents include John Conover Nichols, Boy Scouts of America, and Boy Scouts of America Canadian Valley Council (Shawnee, Okla.).

Box/Folder Number: 5/22
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Bretton Woods, International Monetary Fund, 1944-1945.

Topics include International Monetary Fund and United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference, (1944: BrettonWoods, N.H.).

Box/Folder Number: 5/23-25
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Broadcasting, Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., Federal Communications Commission, 1939-1946.

Topics include United States Board of War Communications, United States Congress House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, United States Supreme Court, broadcasting law and legislation, censorship, FM broadcasting, radio broadcasting policy, radio frequency allocation law and legislation, telegraph, television, World War II and the mass media, and Communications Act of 1934. Correspondents include John William Boehne, Columbia Broadcasting System Inc., United States Federal Communications Commission, United States Office of Censorship, and Zenith Radio Corporation.

Box/Folder Number: 5/26
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Brookings Institution, 1935-1945.

Topics include economics sociological aspects. Correspondents include Brookings Institution.

Box/Folder Number: 5/27
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Bureaucratic Control of Government, 1938-1946.

Topics include Wesley Ernest Disney, Joshua Bryan Lee, Edward Hall Moore, United States Congress powers and duties, United States Congress reform, bureaucracy, free enterprise, New Deal (1933-1939), rationing, and Freedom From Bureaucrats. Correspondents include Hampton Pitts Fulmer, William E. Combs, and Clayton E. Dial.

Box/Folder Number: 5/28
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Candy, Cuban Delicacies, 1945-1946.

Topics include import quotas, licenses, sugar laws and legislation, and Cuban Delicacies Company (Havana, Cuba). Correspondents include Harold R. Fletcher & Associates, Inc.

Box/Folder Number: 5/29
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Cartwright, Wilburn, 1936-1945.

Topics include Wesley Ernest Disney, Jed J. Johnson, Robert Samuel Kerr, Joshua Bryan Lee, Charles Augustus Lindbergh, A. S. Mike Monroney, John Conover Nichols, Ross Rizley, William Rogers, Elmer Thomas, Victor E. Wickersham, United States Congress officials and employees pensions, fefense industries in Oklahoma, and rationing. Correspondents include Wilburn Cartwright.

Box/Folder Number: 5/30
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Census, Bureau of, 1938-1946.

Topics include United States Bureau of the Census officials and employees, census, census districts in Oklahoma, population statistics, Cy Covey, and Bill Shibley. Correspondents include Democratic Party (Okla.) State Central Committee, United States Bureau of the Census, and Henry E. Castleberry.

Box/Folder Number: 5/31
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America, 1943-1946.

Correspondents include Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America.

Box/Folder Number: 5/32
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Child Care Services, 1943-1945.

Topics include United States Federal Works Agency and child care.

Box/Folder Number: 5/33-34
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, China and China Famine, 1938-1946.

Topics include Chiang Kai-shek, famines in China, food relief in China, economic conditions in China, and Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. Correspondents include May-ling Soong Chiang and American Association of China Famine and Flood Relief.

Box/Folder Number: 5/35
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Civil Service Office, 1939-1943.

Topics include United States Civil Service Commission officials and employees salaries.

Box/Folder Number: 5/36
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Clow, Mel, 1937-1946.

Topics include United States Post Office Dept. officials and employees, defense industries in Oklahoma, electioneering in Oklahoma, food stamps, political patronage in Oklahoma, Herbert Abraham, Mabel Bassett, James William (Jim Will) Eckles, Roy D. Featherstone, Patsey Greenan, William S. Key, Tom R. Phillips, Johnie E. Rule, Terence E. Thetford, and Arkansas Day Celebration. Correspondents include National Association of Postmasters of the United States and Mel Clow.

Box/Folder Number: 5/37
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Coal, 1941-1945.

Topics include United States Bureau of Mines, bituminous coal, coal in Oklahoma, synthetic gasoline, and Bituminous Coal Act of 1937.

Box/Folder Number: 5/38
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Coalgate (Okla.) Federal Building, 1939-1940.

Box/Folder Number: 5/39
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Columbia Typographical Union No. 101, 1944-1946.

Correspondents include Columbia Typographical Union No. 101.

Box/Folder Number: 5/40
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Committee for Economic Development, 1944-1945.

Topics include Reconstruction (1939-1951) and small business. Correspondents include Committee for Economic Development.

Box/Folder Number: 5/41-42
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Communism, Dies Committee, n.d., 1936-1946.

Topics include Thomas Hopkinson Eliot, Hamilton Fish, John Hosea Kerr, John Llewellyn Lewis, United States Congress House Special Committee on Un-American Activities (1938-1944), Workers Alliance of America, Communism in the United States, Fascism, National Socialism, Russia, and subversive activities. Correspondents include Martin Dies, Ku Klux Klan (1915- ), Veterans of Industry of America, and C. A. Hagan.

Box/Folder Number: 5/43-46
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Congress, 1936-1944.

Topics include Elmer Thomas and United States Congress salaries. Correspondents include Alfred N. Phillips, Walter Marcus Pierce, Congressional Secretaries Club (Washington D.C.), and Forum of the 75th Congress.

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