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

Boxes 6-10 Folder List



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Series 2: Subject Files, 1935-1946

Box/Folder Number: 6/1
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Cowan Construction Co., 1937 - 1946.

Topics include William Purington Cole, Elmer Thomas, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs Shawnee Area Office, United States Dept. of the Interior, United States Federal Public Housing Authority, United States Public Works Administration, City Hall in Ardmore (Okla.), City Hall in Seminole (Okla.), James B. Watkins, Builders Construction Co. (Oklahoma City), and Byars School. Correspondents include Cowan Construction Co. (Shawnee, Okla.).

Box/Folder Number: 6/2
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Covey, Cyclone D., 1936 - 1946.

Topics include John Nance Garner, William J. Holloway, Robert Samuel Kerr, Joshua Bryan Lee, William H. Murray, George William Norris, Leon Chase Phillips, Elmer Thomas, United States National Youth Administration, United States Post Office Dept. officials and employees, United States Works Progress Administration, campaign management, cotton in Oklahoma, electioneering in Oklahoma, sugar, Oklahoma politics and government, Fletcher Johnson, Dora E. Senter, and Bill Shibley. Correspondents include Cyclone D. Covey, Lola Covey, and Dewey H. Price.

Box/Folder Number: 6/3
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Cox, E. E., 1939 - 1945.

Topics include United States Congress House Select Committee to Investigate the Federal Communications Commission, broadcasting, conflict of interests, Albany Herald Broadcasting Co. (Albany, Ga.), and Albany Herald Publishing Co. (Albany, Ga.). Correspondents include Edward Eugene Cox.

Box/Folder Number: 6/4
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Czechoslovak National Council of America, 1942 - 1943.

Topics include World War II deportations from Czechoslovakia, economic conditions in Czechoslovakia, and Czechoslovakia politics and government. Correspondents include Czechoslovak National Council of America.

Box/Folder Number: 6/5
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Davies, Joseph E., 1946.

Topics include Joseph Edward Davies, spies in Canada, spies in United States, and Soviet Union foreign relations with the United States.

Box/Folder Number: 6/6
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Daylight Savings Time, 1942 - 1945.

Correspondents include Harold LeClair Ickes.

Box/Folder Number: 6/7-12
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Democratic Party, n.d., 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Noble J. Gregory, Harry Lloyd Hopkins, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Elmer Thomas, Harry S. Truman, Democratic Caucus (U.S.), Democratic Party (U.S.) officials and employees, Democratic National Convention (1944: Chicago, Ill.), bureaucracy, campaign funds, political campaigns, fund raising, Frank W. Reed, and Jackson Day. Correspondents include Luther Lee Bohanon, Virgil Munday Chapman, Robert Crosser, Patrick H. Drewry, James A. Farley, Scott Ferris, Robert Samuel Kerr, John W. McCormack, Sam Rayburn, Democratic National Committee (U.S.), Democratic Party (Okla.) State Central Committee, Democratic Party (U.S.), National Congressional Committee, France Paris, State League of Young Democrats of Oklahoma, and Negro State Democratic Convention (Okla.), 1945.

Box/Folder Number: 6/13-20
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Draft 18 - 20-year-olds and Students, Fathers, Women; Peace Time Conscription; Total Conscription, Compulsory Military Training, Universal Military Training, n.d., 1940 - 1946.

Topics include United States Army Reserve Officer Training Corps, United States Civil Service Commission, United States Selective Service System, draft law and legislation, draft registration, military education, national security in the United States, New Deal (1933-1939), women and the military, and United States National Guard. Correspondents include Alexander Procofieff De Seversky, James Domengeaux, Elmer Thomas, American Legion, Technocracy Inc., Tom Anglin, F. C. Botkin, and Elmer L. Fraker.

Box/Folder Number: 6/21-22
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Economy; Commercial & Financial Chronicle, 1938 - 1946.

Topics include United States budget, budget deficits, capitalism, income tax, effect of productivity on inflation (finance), effect of taxation on inflation (finance), Reconstruction (1939-1951) in the United States, United States economic conditions and United States economic policy. Correspondents include C. A. Hagan and Commercial & Financial Chronicle.

Box/Folder Number: 6/23-24
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Education, Vocational and Rehabilitation of the Disabled, 1937 - 1946.

Topics include American Council on Education, United States Public Works Administration, Southwestern Institute of Technology (Okla.) student housing (Folder 23), dormitories in Oklahoma, education, federal aid to education in Oklahoma, FM broadcasting, radio in higher education, school buildings in Oklahoma, teacher salaries, textbook law and legislation, vocational education, and vocational rehabilitation. Correspondents include Oklahoma State Board of Education and Reconstruction Finance Corporation.

Box/Folder Number: 6/25
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Employment Security, Bureau of, 1945.

Box/Folder Number: 6/26
Folder Titles and Dates: Federal Bureau of Investigation, n.d.

Topics include John Edgar Hoover.

Box/Folder Number: 6/27
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Federal Home Loan Bank Board, 1936 - 1945.

Topics include Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, Home Owners' Loan Corporation, foreclosure, mortgages, L. K. Pounders, and Home Owners' Loan Corporation. Correspondents include United States Federal Home Loan Bank Board.

Box/Folder Number: 6/28-29
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Federal Housing Administration Farm Loans, 1937 - 1942.

Topics include agricultural credit in Oklahoma, loan law and legislation, mineral rights in Oklahoma, mortgage guarantee insurance, mortgages in Oklahoma, and RFC Mortgage Company (Seminole, Okla.). Correspondents include United States Federal Housing Administration.

Box/Folder Number: 6/30
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Federal Power Commission, 1939 - 1946.

Topics include natural gas law and legislation, natural gas pipelines, public utility holding companies, Ideal Cement Co., and Louisiana-Nevada Transit Company. Correspondents include Morris Sheppard and United States Federal Power Commission.

Box/Folder Number: 6/31
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Federal Reserve System, 1937 - 1946.

Topics include Wright Patman, banks and banking, Federal Reserve Banks, and postal savings banks. Correspondents include Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.) and W. E. Harber,

Box/Folder Number: 6/32
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Federal Works Agency, 1941 - 1946.

Topics include United States Federal Works Agency appropriations and expenditures, public works in Oklahoma, school buildings in Oklahoma, Shawnee Public Schools (Okla.), Lanham Act, and Title V of the War Mobilization and Reconversion Act of 1944. Correspondents include United States Federal Works Agency.

Box/Folder Number: 6/33
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Fisheries, 1937 - 1945.

Topics include Cordell Hull, Harold LeClair Ickes, fishery law and legislation, halibut fisheries in Alaska, Pacific salmon in Alaska, and Pacific salmon fisheries in Alaska. Correspondents include Oklahoma State Game and Fish Commission and Edward W. Allen.

Box/Folder Number: 6/34
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Flag, 1940 - 1942.

Topics include Flag Day and United States flag history.

Box/Folder Number: 6/35
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Foreign Aid, 1945 - 1946.

Topics include United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, American economic assistance, American loans to Great Britain, and American loans to Russia. Correspondents include Milton C. Garber and Gid Graham.

Box/Folder Number: 6/36
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Foreign Trade, 1945.

Box/Folder Number: 6/37
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Forestry, 1940 - 1946.

Topics include forest fires and forest management.

Box/Folder Number: 6/38
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Free Enterprise, 1941 - 1946.

Topics include effect of inflation on consumer credit, free enterprise, purchasing power, Reconstruction (1939-1951) in the United States, supply and demand, and United States economic policy. Correspondents include Frank Ernest Gannett.

Box/Folder Number: 6/39
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Garner, John Nance, 1939 - 1940.

Topics include John Nance Garner and 1940 United States presidential election.

Box/Folder Number: 6/40-42
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Gassaway, Lillian (Mrs. P. L.), 1937 - 1944.

Topics include Jed J. Johnson, Joshua Bryan Lee, Adolph Linscheid, Huey Pierce Long, A. S. Mike Monroney, Leon Chase Phillips, Gomer G. Smith, Thomas Jefferson Steed, Elmer Thomas, United States Farm Security Administration officials and employees, United States National Youth Administration officials and employees, United States Works Progress Administration, Grapes of Wrath, electioneering in Oklahoma, postnatal care, prenatal care, sexually transmitted diseases prevention, Oklahoma politics and government, Mabel Bassett, Bruce G. Carter, Lena Forneris, Betty Gassaway, Jim Gassaway, Peggy Gassaway, Lee Ozbin, Ferman Phillips, Bill Shibley, and the Hatch Act. Correspondents include Wilburn Cartwright, Wesley Ernest Disney, James A. Farley, United States Farm Security Administration, Julien N. Friant, Lillian Gassaway, Roy Griffin, W. E. Grisso, S. W. Hayes, P. A. Norris, and Ron Stephens.

Box/Folder Number: 6/43
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Gaylord, E. K., 1944 - 1945.

Topics include electioneering and newsprint. Correspondents include Edward King Gaylord.

Box/Folder Number: 6/44
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Germany, 1941 - 1946.

Topics include Reconstruction (1939-1951) in Germany.

Box/Folder Number: 6/45
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Gill, Ed, 1936 - 1945.

Topics include Henry E. Castleberry, Ernest Whitworth Marland, Chicago Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company, United States Bureau of the Census officials and employees, United States Interstate Commerce Commission, United States Post Office Dept. officials and employees, United States Post Office Dept. officials and employees in Milburn (Okla.), United States Post Office Dept. officials and employees in Tishomingo (Okla.), electioneering in Oklahoma, income tax, political patronage in Oklahoma, railroad abandonment in Oklahoma, and George Van Noy. Correspondents include Wilburn Cartwright, Oklahoma Tax Commission, United States Bureau of Census, United States Dept. of the Treasury, United States Works Progress Administration, and Ed Gill.

Box/Folder Number: 6/46
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Godwin, Earl, 1942 - 1946.

Correspondents include Earl Godwin and Ford Motor Company.

Box/Folder Number: 6/47
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Gore, Dick F., 1939.

Correspondents include Dick F. Gore.

Box/Folder Number: 6/48
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Government Spending, 1939 - 1946.

Topics include Wesley Ernest Disney, United States National Youth Administration, United States Works Progress Administration, budget deficits in the United States, sit-down strikes, and strikes and lockouts.

Box/Folder Number: 6/49
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Grapes of Wrath, 1940.

Topics include William J. Holloway, Will Rogers, John Steinbeck, United States Post Office Dept, Grapes of Wrath, tenant farmers in California, and tenant farmers in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Charles Arthur Anderson and Philip Bancroft.

Box/Folder Number: 6/50
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Grayson, Frank, 1937 - 1940.

Topics include Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) officials and employees, political patronage in Oklahoma, and Camp SCS-5 Company 3827 (Springfield, Colo.). Correspondents include Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) And Frank Grayson.

Box/Folder Number: 6/51-52
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Great Britain, Scrap Iron/Steel for, 1938 - 1946.

Topics include Adolf Hitler, Lend-Lease operations (1941-1945), foreign loans and Great Britain, scrap metals in the United States, strikes and lockouts and defense industries, World War II equipment and supplies, and Neutrality Act. Correspondents include Ed L. Gossett, Frank C. Darrow, Gid Graham, and C. T. Hardeman.

Box/Folder Number: 6/53
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Harp Poultry and Egg Company, 1939 - 1941.

Topics include the United States Office of Production Management, butter quality, and dried eggs.

Box/Folder Number: 6/54
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Hays, Brooks, 1942 - 1943.

Topics include electioneering in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Brooks Hays and Herman Darks.

Box/Folder Number: 6/55-61
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Health Care, Hospitals, Leprosy, Military Hospitals, Physically Handicapped, Socialized Medicine, Venereal Disease, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Robert Ferdinand Wagner, American Hospital Association, hospital law and legislation, hospitals in Oklahoma, leprosy, medical policy, medicine and state in the United States, American military hospitals in Oklahoma, physically handicapped health and hygiene, physically handicapped institutional care, public health in Oklahoma, public health laws, sexually transmitted diseases prevention, syphilis diagnosis - Wassermann reaction, and R. A. Vonderlehr. Correspondents include William Purington Cole, Alfred N. Phillips, Otha Donner Wearin, American Social Hygiene Association, Oklahoma State Medical Association, United States Works Progress Administration, United States Public Health Service, W. A. Delaney, and American Foundation of the Physically Handicapped.

Box/Folder Number: 7/1
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Highways and Roads, 1937 - 1946.

Topics include Leon Chase Phillips, Elmer Thomas, United States Public Roads Administration, highway bypasses in Oklahoma, road design and construction, road finance, and roads in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Scott Ferris, Oklahoma State Highway Commission, Tom Anglin, Fred M. Boone, Kinley Case, and W. E. Grisso.

Box/Folder Number: 7/2
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Immigration, 1939 - 1946.

Topics include immigrants, refugees and Germany, and World War II refugees. Correspondents include Cordell Hull.

Box/Folder Number: 7/3-4
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Independent Petroleum Association of America, n.d., 1937 - 1946.

Topics include Wilburn Cartwright, Wesley Ernest Disney, Leon Henderson, Elmer Thomas, the United States Office of Price Administration, depletion allowances, government policy on petroleum prices, petroleum prospecting, petroleum taxation, rationing, rubber, and scarcity. Correspondents include the Independent Petroleum Association of America and Russell B. Brown.

Box/Folder Number: 7/5
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, American Indian Federation, n.d., 1935 - 1946.

Topics include Harlan John Bushfield, John Collier, Martin Dies, George Blaine Schwabe, William Grady Stigler, United States Congress Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Office of Indian Affairs, United States Indian Claims Commission, Indians of North America and claims, and Indians of North America and land tenure. Correspondents include Joseph Bruner and American Indian Federation.

Box/Folder Number: 7/6
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, Cherokee, 1937 - 1939.

Topics include Cherokee Indian claims in Oklahoma, tribal trust funds in North Carolina, Blue Ridge Parkway (N.C. and Va.), and Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. Correspondents include Robert Latham Owen and Grand River Dam Authority.

Box/Folder Number: 7/7-8
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, Chickasaw, Selection of Governor, 1937 - 1946.

Topics include William Aloysius Brophy, Charles D. Carter, John Collier, Douglas Henry Johnston, William H. Murray, Chickasaw Indians land tenure in Oklahoma, Chickasaw Indians in Oklahoma, Chickasaw Indians pensions, Chickasaw Indians politics and government, Indian allotments in Oklahoma, Indian land transfers in Oklahoma, mineral rights in Oklahoma, suffrage in Oklahoma, and Chickasaw Tribal Protective Association. Correspondents include Robert Alexander Hefner, United States Office of Indian Affairs, William Franklin Bourland, Ben W. Carter, Charles E. Grounds, Jesse James Humes, Douglas Henry Johnston, Jr., Floyd Maytubby - Governor of Chickasaw Nation, R. L. Ream (Cub), Claude V. Thompson, and J. C. (Cent) Walker.

Box/Folder Number: 7/9
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, Choctaw, 1937-1942.

Topics include William Aloysius Brophy, John Collier, William Grady Stigler, asphalt in Oklahoma, Chickasaw Indians government relations, Choctaw Indians claims in Oklahoma, Choctaw Indians government relations, Choctaw Indians land tenure in Oklahoma, Choctaw Indians in Oklahoma, coal in Oklahoma, Indian allotments in Oklahoma, Indian land transfers in Oklahoma, Indians of North America taxation, mineral rights in Oklahoma, and Gilbert W. Daney. Correspondents include D. D. Brunson.

Box/Folder Number: 7/10
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, Claims for Heirship, 1938 - 1940.

Topics include United States Office of Indian Affairs Muskogee Area Office officials and employees, Indian allotments in Oklahoma, Indians of North America claims in Oklahoma, Indians of North America land tenure in Oklahoma, inheritance and succession in Oklahoma, and George Spybuck. Correspondents include United States Office of Indian Affairs Muskogee Area Office, United States Office of Indian Affairs, Andrew Jackson Brown, and Addie Bruner Johnson.

Box/Folder Number: 7/11
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, Committee, 1937 - 1938, 1945.

Topics include Dakota Indians government relations and Wheeler-Howard Act. Correspondents include Usher Lloyd Burdick.

Box/Folder Number: 7/12
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, Creek, n.d., 1937 - 1946.

Topics include John Collier, Elmer Thomas, Thlopthlacco Tribal Town (Organization), United States Office of Indian Affairs Muskogee Area Office, Creek Indians claims in Oklahoma, Creek Indian hospitals in Oklahoma, Creek Indians land tenure in Oklahoma, Creek Indians politics and government, education finance in Oklahoma, Indian allotments in Oklahoma, Indian land transfers in Oklahoma, school attendance in Cromwell (Okla.), school closings in Oklahoma, tribal government in Oklahoma, Alex Noon, Euchee Indian School, Eufaula Indian School, Fannie E. Williams - Petitioner vs. United States of America, Indian Reorganization Act of 1934, and Oklahoma General Welfare Act of 1936. Correspondents include John Conover Nichols, United States Office of Indian Affairs, Roly Canard, Myron Cunningham, and Cromwell Public Schools.

Box/Folder Number: 7/13
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, Five Civilized Tribes Agency, 1936 - 1945.

Topics include Joshua Bryan Lee, William Rogers, Elmer Thomas, United States Office of Indian Affairs Muskogee Area Office officials and employees, United States Office of Indian Affairs appropriations and expenditures, Five Civilized Tribes claims in Oklahoma, Five Civilized Tribes tand tenure in Oklahoma, Indian allotments in Oklahoma, Indian land transfers in Oklahoma, oil and gas leases in Oklahoma, and railroad land grants in Oklahoma. Correspondents include William Aloysius Brophy, John Collier, John Conover Nichols, United States Office of Indian Affairs Muskogee Area Office, and Hicks Epton.

Box/Folder Number: 7/14
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, General, n.d., 1936 - 1946.

Topics include land tenure and the Five Civilized Tribes, missions and Indians of North America, oil and gas leases in Oklahoma, and the Yuchi Indians in Oklahoma. Correspondents include the United States Office of Indian Affairs.

Box/Folder Number: 7/15
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, Indian Claims Commission, 1941.

Correspondents include Ben Dwight.

Box/Folder Number: 7/16
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, Indian Service, 1938 - 1941.

Topics include the United States Office of Indian Affairs officials and employees, employment and Indians of North America, investigations, Ben Dwight, and the Konawa Indian Agency.

Box/Folder Number: 7/17
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, Land, 1937 - 1941, 1944 - 1945.

Topics include Indians of North America and Oklahoma land tenure, Indians of North America and Oklahoma taxation, oil and gas leases in Oklahoma, taxation in Oklahoma, and the Arkansas River. Correspondents include Robert Potter Hill and Samuel Chapman Massingale.

Box/Folder Number: 7/18
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, Liquor, n.d., 1937 - 1939.

Topics include Indians of North America alcohol use law and legislation in Oklahoma.

Box/Folder Number: 7/19-21
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, Kickapoo, Osage and Potawatomi, n.d., 1937 - 1946.

Topics include Percy L. Gassaway, Elmer Thomas, Indian allotments in Oklahoma, Indian land transfers in Oklahoma, Indians of North America and land tenure in Oklahoma, Indians of North America and taxation, inheritance and succession in Oklahoma, Kickapoo Indians in Oklahoma, oil and gas leases in Oklahoma, Osage Indians in Oklahoma, Potawatomi Indians and claims in Oklahoma, Potawatomi Indians and land tenure in Oklahoma, Potawatomi Indians in Oklahoma, Lizzie Davis Casar, May-thah-se-ca, Citizen Band of Pottawatomi Indians, and the Mid-State Oil Company. Correspondents include the United States Office of Indian Affairs, Louis J. Brant, and James Kahdot.

Box/Folder Number: 7/22
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, Roads on Indian Lands, 1939 - 1941.

Topics include the United States Office of Indian Affairs appropriations and expenditures, Indian roads in Oklahoma, finance of roads, maintenance and repair of roads, and the Kallihoma Indian Day School. Correspondents include the United States Office of Indian Affairs.

Box/Folder Number: 7/23
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, Sac and Fox, 1936 - 1944.

Topics include the Fox Indians of Oklahoma, the Sauk Indians of Oklahoma, and the Oklahoma General Welfare Act of 1936. Correspondents include the United States Office of Indian Affairs.

Box/Folder Number: 7/24
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, Schools, 1939 - 1942, 1946.

Topics include education finance, federal aid to education in Oklahoma, Indians of North America and education in Oklahoma, school attendance, school children and food, and the Euchee Indian School. Correspondents include the Oklahoma State Board of Education, the United States Office of Indian Affairs, and Troy Heiskell.

Box/Folder Number: 7/25-27
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, Seminole, n.d., 1937 - 1946.

Topics include John Collier, Joshua Bryan Lee, William Rogers, Elmer Thomas, officials and employees of the United States Office of Indian Affairs in the Muskogee Area Office, appropriations and expenditures of the United States Office of Indian Affairs, the Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma, Indian allotments in Oklahoma, Indian land transfers in Oklahoma, Indians of North America and claims in Oklahoma, Indians of North America and hospitals in Oklahoma, Indians of North America and taxation in Oklahoma, oil and gas leases in Oklahoma, school attendance in Oklahoma, Seminole Indians claims, Seminole Indians finance in Oklahoma, Seminole Indians health and hygiene in Oklahoma, Seminole Indians and land tenure in Oklahoma, Seminole Indians pensions, tribal government in Oklahoma, tribal trust funds, the Emahaka Mission, the Mekusukey Mission, the Shawnee Indian Sanatorium, Joseph Blandin, Lee Chisholm, A. M. Landman, Ray Parrett, Dennis H. Petty, the Seminole County Indian Credit Association, the Emergency Relief Appropriation Act of 1935, and the Interior Dept. Appropriation Act of 1938. Correspondents include the United States Office of Indian Affairs, Kenneth Abernathy, Harper Burgess, John Burgess, Walter Burgess, Louis Fife, Chili Fish, Pliny S. Frye, Andrew F. Giesen, Charles E. Grounds, Fulkah Harjo, Frank Harjoche, and George Jones.

Box/Folder Number: 7/28
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, Shawnee, 1937 - 1941, 1945.

Topics include Thomas Jefferson Steed, United States Office of Indian Affairs appropriations and expenditures, oil and gas leases in Oklahoma, Shawnee Indians claims in Oklahoma, Shawnee Indians in Oklahoma, Shawnee Indian Sanatorium, and A. C. Hector. Correspondents include Edward T. Taylor, United States Office of Indian Affairs, David W. Gillick, and W. E. Harber.

Box/Folder Number: 7/29
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Indian Affairs, Money, 1937 - 1940.

Topics include Indians of North America and money in Oklahoma and trusts and trustees in Oklahoma.

Box/Folder Number: 7/30
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Insurance, 1943 - 1945.

Box/Folder Number: 7/31
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Interior, Dept. of, 1937, 1940 - 1946.

Topics include Predatory Animal Control in Oklahoma, Wolf hunting in Oklahoma, and Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge (Okla.). Correspondents include Harold LeClair Ickes, United States Dept. of the Interior, and United States Dept. of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service.

Box/Folder Number: 7/32
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Italy, 1945.

Topics include Benito Mussolini, Albert Spalding, and World War II Underground movements in Italy. Correspondents include Free Italy American Labor Council.

Box/Folder Number: 7/33-34
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Japan, Occupation, Japanese in America, 1940 - 1943, 1946.

Topics include Douglas MacArthur, Cyclotrons, and Japanese American Evacuation and relocation (1942-1945). Correspondents include United States War Dept.

Box/Folder Number: 7/35-36
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Jews, Israel and Palestine, n.d., 1938, 1941 - 1946.

Topics include Adolf Hitler, Balfour Declaration, Antisemitism, Emigration and immigration law in Great Britain, Jewish Holocaust, Human rights, European Jews, Jews in Palestine, Great Britain Foreign relations with Middle East, Middle East Foreign relations with Great Britain, Jewish National Home, and British White Paper of 1939. Correspondents include George McInvale Grant, Charles Linza McNary, Robert Ferdinand Wagner, Stephan Samuel Wise, William Bernard Ziff, American Christian Palestine Committee, American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress, American Palestine Committee, American Zionist Emergency Council, Walter Billingsly, and Allen G. Nichols.

Box/Folder Number: 7/37
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Justice, Federal Judge Appointment, 1937 - 1940.

Topics include Bower Broaddus, Judge Selection and appointment in Oklahoma, and Political Patronage in Oklahoma.

Box/Folder Number: 7/38
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Kent, Tyler, 1944.

Topics include Sir Winston Churchill, Joseph Patrick Kennedy, Tyler Gatewood Kent, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Diplomatic privileges and immunities, International law, World War II, United States Foreign relations with Great Britain, and American Glass Review. Correspondents include D. C. Hamilton.

Box/Folder Number: 7/39-41
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, American Federation of Labor, Case Bill, Closed Shops, 1938 - 1946.

Topics include John Llewellyn Lewis, Harry S. Truman, United States National Labor Relations Board, Excess profits tax, Income tax, Labor policy in the United States, Labor union members, Open and closed shop, Profiteering, Racketeering, Right to labor, Coal mining Strikes and lockouts, Railroads Strikes and lockouts, Union dues, Wage bargaining, Case Bill, and Wagner Act of 1935. Correspondents include Samuel Barrett Pettengill, American Federation of Labor, and A. C. Davis.

Box/Folder Number: 7/42
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Labor, Congress of Industrial Organizations, 1937 - 1946.

Topics include Congress of Industrial Organizations (U. S.) Political Action Committee, United States Farm Security Administration Appropriations and expenditures, Workers Alliance of America, Labor disputes, Labor unions and Elections, Meat, New Deal (1933-1939), World War II Economic aspects, and Case Bill. Correspondents include Martin Dies, Rogers C. Dunn, and Congress of Industrial Organizations (U. S.).

Box/Folder Number: 7/43
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Labor, Lewis, John L., 1939 - 1946.

Topics include John Llewellyn Lewis, United States National Labor Relations Board, Racketeering, Right to strike, Coal mining Strikes and lockouts, Defense industries Strikes and lockouts, Strikes and lockouts Law and legislation, and Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act of 1934. Correspondents include United Mine Workers of America.

Box/Folder Number: 7/44
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Labor, Montgomery Ward Seizure, 1944.

Topics include Francis Biddle, Montgomery Ward, Eminent domain in the United States, Labor union Organizing, Sewell Avery, and Montgomery Ward Company. Correspondents include J. W. Densford.

Box/Folder Number: 7/45
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Labor, National Labor Relations Board, n.d., 1938 - 1946.

Topics include United States National Labor Relations Board Appropriations and expenditures, United States National Labor Relations Board Buildings, Industrial laws and legislation in the United States, Industrial relations, and Wagner Act of 1935. Correspondents include United States National Labor Relations Board and O. G. Harp Poultry & Egg Co. (Shawnee, Okla.).

Box/Folder Number: 7/46
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Labor, Oil Workers International Union, 1937 - 1946.

Topics include Wilburn Cartwright, Wesley Ernest Disney, Phillip C. Ferguson, Jed J. Johnson, Samuel Chapman Massingale, A. S. Mike Monroney, John Conover Nichols, William Rogers, Oil Workers International Union Officials and employees, United States National Labor Relations Board Appropriations and expenditures, Hours of labor, Petroleum industry Strikes and lockouts in Oklahoma, Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation, W. B. Pine Oil Company (Okla.), and Wagner Act of 1935. Correspondents include Oil Workers International Union.

Box/Folder Number: 7/47-48
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Labor, Postwar Reconversion, 1945 - 1946.

Topics include Industrial Arbitration, Collective bargaining, Inflation (Finance), unemployment Insurance Law and legislation, Strikes and lockouts, Strikes and lockouts Law and legislation, and Wage-price policy.

Box/Folder Number: 8/1
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Labor, Shawnee Milling Company, 1937 - 1946

Topics include Frances Perkins, Harry S. Truman, United States National Labor Relations Board, hours of labor, industrial relations in Oklahoma, labor unions, taxation, Kenneth Abernathy, Edwin A. Elliott, and Revenue Act of 1936. Correspondents include Shawnee Milling Company (Shawnee, Okla.).

Box/Folder Number: 8/2
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Labor, Smith-Connally Act of 1943, 1940 - 1945.

Topics include defense industry strikes and lockouts, strikes and lockouts law and legislation, Smith-Connally Act of 1943, and Wagner Act of 1935.

Box/Folder Number: 8/3-5
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Labor, Strikes, Mid-Continental Oil, United Auto Workers/General Motors, n.d., 1937 - 1946.

Topics include General Motors Corporation, Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation, United Auto Workers of America, gold standard, labor union rules and practice, automobile industry strikes and lockouts, defense industries strikes and lockouts, and petroleum industry strikes and lockouts. Correspondents include Workers International Union, and C.A. Hagan.

Box/Folder Number: 8/6
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Labor, Wage and Hour Bill, 1937 - 1938.

Topics include hours of labor law and legislation.

Box/Folder Number: 8/7
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Labor, Wagner National Labor Relations Act, 1937 - 1946.

Topics include United States National Labor Relations Board, collective bargaining law and legislation, labor unions, defense industries strikes and lockouts, strikes and lockouts law and legislation, and Donald Wakefield Smith.

Box/Folder Number: 8/8-15
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Labor, World War II, n.d., 1941 - 1945.

Topics include Martin Dies, William Green, John Llewellyn Lewis, A. S. Mike Monroney, Philip Murray, Donald Marr Nelson, Frances Perkins, Paul Stewart, American Federation of Labor, Workers Alliance of America, defense industries in Oklahoma, draft, hours of labor, industrial mobilization, industrial relations, open and closed shops, productivity bargaining, racketeering, right to labor, sit-down strikes, slowdown strikes, defense industries strikes and lockouts, strikes and lockouts law and legislation, union dues, and World War II economic aspects in the United States. Correspondents include Wilburn Cartwright (Folder 10), Stanley Carlyle Draper, Ira Monroe Finley, American Legion, J. C. Curry, A. C. Davis, Ray E. Franklin, C. A. Hagan, and Elmer Hale.

Box/Folder Number: 8/16-20
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Labor, World War II, Voter Pledges, including My Pledge to Help Win the War and People's Penny Protest, 1942 - 1943.

Topics include hours of labor law and legislation and defense industries strikes and lockouts.

Box/Folder Number: 8/21
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Lend-Lease, 1940 - 1946.

Topics include Lend-Lease operations (1941-1945), American military assistance and Great Britain, World War II, and C. T. Hardeman.

Box/Folder Number: 8/22
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Lindbergh, Charles, 1940 - 1942.

Topics include Charles Augustus Lindbergh.

Box/Folder Number: 8/23
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Musicians, 1942 - 1946.

Topics include James C. Petrillo and the American Federation of Musicians. Correspondents include Tommy Dorsey.

Box/Folder Number: 8/24-26
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, National Youth Administration, Correspondence with Bruce Carter, Oklahoma Administrator, 1937 - 1944.

Topics include Dale Boren, Leon Chase Phillips, Aubrey Willis Williams, the United States National Youth Administration appropriations and expenditures, the United States National Youth Administration buildings in Oklahoma, officials and employees of the United States National Youth Administration in Oklahoma, the United States National Youth Administration in Konawa (Okla.), training of employees in defense industries in Oklahoma, vocational education, and Oklahoma politics and government. Correspondents include the United States National Youth Administration, Bruce G. Carter, and Houston A. Wright.

Box/Folder Number: 8/27
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Navy, n.d., 1940 - 1946.

Topics include Navy yards and naval stations in Norman (Okla.), Navy yards and naval stations in Oklahoma, Navy yards and naval stations in Shawnee (Okla.), and World War II. Correspondents include James Forrestal 1892-1949 and the United States Navy Dept.

Box/Folder Number: 8/28
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, New Deal, n.d., 1937, 1940 - 1943.

Topics include the New Deal in Oklahoma 1933-1939 and United States appropriations and expenditures.

Box/Folder Number: 8/29-31
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Newsprint Committee, n.d., 1941 - 1946.

Topics include the United States Congress, House, and Subcommittee on Brand Names and Newsprint, the United States Office of Price Administration, the United States War Production Board, newspaper advertising, equipment and supplies in the newsprint industry, waste minimization in the newsprint industry, waste minimization in the paper products industry, scarcity, wood-pulp in the Soviet Union, equipment and supplies in the wood-pulp industry, and Chemwood paper recovery process. Correspondents include Lindley Beckworth, Frank William Boykin, John Joseph Cochran, James Henry Roberts Cromwell, Charles A. Halleck, Richard F. Harless, Charles B. (Charles Bernard) Hoeven, Hal Holmes, Cordell Hull, Harold Knutson, Josh W. Murphy, Charles A. (Charles Anderson) Wolverton, California Newspaper Publishers Association, New York News, and the American Pulp and Paper Association.

Box/Folder Number: 9/1-5
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Newsprint Committee, American Newspaper Publishers Association, E. M. Antrim (Chicago Tribune), Book Publishing Paper Allotments, 1943 - 1946.

Topics include Harold Boeschenstein, the United States House Subcommittee on Brand Names and Newsprint, the United States War Production Board, the Chicago Daily Tribune, International Communication, France exports, Canada imports, newsprint law and legislation, Canadian newsprint, publishers and publishing equipment and supplies, rationing, scarcity, tariffs on paper, waste paper recycling, wood-pulp in Newfoundland, Bowater Paper Company, Inc., and Division of Printing Control (proposed). Correspondents include Cranston Williams, the American Newspaper Publishers Association, E. M. Antrim, August B. Meyer, and Melville Minton.

Box/Folder Number: 9/6-10
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Newsprint Committee, Brand Names, Canadian Sources, Dallas Morning News, Government Waste of Paper, Institute of Public Relations, Light Weight Newsprint, 1943 - 1946.

Topics include Harold Boeschenstein, Institute of Public Relations in New York, the United States House Subcommittee on Brand Names and Newsprint, United States Office of Price Administration, United States War Production Board, Dallas Morning News, brand name products, Canadian imports, Canada newsprint, newsprint in Dallas (Tex.), scarcity, tariff on paper, wood-pulp in Canada, newsprint stockpiling, and the Southland Paper Mills (Lufkin, Tex.). Correspondents include Ted Dealey, Charles A. Halleck, M. M. Danosky, and John W. Darr.

Box/Folder Number: 9/11-15
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Newsprint Committee, Newsprint Quota Allocations, Oversized Advertisements, Scandinavian Sources, Southland Paper Mills, Supplies Sent Overseas, 1943 - 1946.

Topics include Donald Marr Nelson, magazine advertising, newspaper advertising, European exports, government advertising, Scandinavian imports, equipment and supplies in newspaper publishing, Cuban newspaper publishing, newsprint, Canadian newsprint, newsprint industry in Lufkin (Tex.), scarcity, Scandinavian wood-pulp, Swedish wood-pulp, and the Southland Paper Mills (Lufkin, Tex.). Correspondents include the New York News and F. M. Flynn.

Box/Folder Number: 9/16-20
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Newsprint Committee, War Production Board, Appeals Board, Waste of Paper, Waste Paper, Wichita Eagle, Ziff-Davis Publishing Co., 1943 - 1945.

Topics include Donald Marr Nelson, Henry Lewis Stimson, United States War Production Board, Daily Mirror (New York, N. Y.:1924), Wichita Beacon, the Wichita Eagle, government publications, government publicity, newsprint, scarcity, waste paper recycling, conservation of paper, and newsprint stockpiling. Correspondents include Chester Bowles, William Bernard Ziff, James Flett, and Allen H. Gardner.

Box/Folder Number: 9/21-22
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Office of Defense Transportation (ODT), Office of Economic Stabilization, 1942 - 1944.

Topics include the United States Office of Economic Stabilization, Profit, Oklahoma School buses, and Textile Industry. Correspondents include Fred M. Vinson 1890 - 1953 and the United States Office of Defense Transportation.

Box/Folder Number: 9/23-27
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Office of Price Administration (OPA), Agricultural Products, American Retail Federation, Building Supplies, Clothing, Coffee, 1941 - 1946.

Topics include government policy on agricultural prices, government policy on building materials prices, government policy on clothing and dress prices, government policy on coffee prices, grain prices, house construction, government policy on lumber Prices, rationing, government policy on underwear prices, government policy on work clothes prices, and government policy on rayon hosiery prices. Correspondents include Chester Bowles, American Retail Federation, United States Office of Price Administration, and Jacob Greenberg.

Box/Folder Number: 9/28-31
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Office of Price Administration (OPA), Committee to Investigate, Dairy, Extension of Emergency Price Control Act of 1942, Food, n.d., 1942 - 1946.

Topics include Charles A. Halleck, government policy on butter prices, government policy on dairy products prices, economic aspects of dairying, dairying in Oklahoma, government policy on food prices, governmental investigations, government policy on milk prices, price regulation, processed food, and rationing. Correspondents include Chester Bowles and the United States Office of Price Administration.

Box/Folder Number: 9/32-33
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Office of Price Administration, Gasoline Rationing, n.d., 1942 - 1946.

Topics include Leon Henderson, officials and employees of the Boy Scouts of America, rules and practices of the United States Office of Price Administration, agricultural machinery, Black Market, gasoline, the petroleum industry and trade, rationing, rationing in the Middle West, scarcity of rubber, rubber tires, traveling sales personnel, Oklahoma economic conditions, and C Books. Correspondents include Chester Bowles, Clarence J. Brown, Leon Gavin, the United States Office of Defense Transportation, and the United States Office of Price Administration.

Box/Folder Number: 10/1-3
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Office of Price Administration (OPA), General and Multiple Issues, n.d., 1942 - 1946.

Topics include Harry S. Truman, officials and employees of the United States Office of Price Administration, the United States Office of Price Administration in Oklahoma, business enterprises cost of operation, government policy on food prices, gasoline, price regulation, government policy on prices, rationing, subsidies, government policy on wages, and the Price Control Act. Correspondents include Chester Bowles, Leon Henderson, Bernarr Macfadden, the United States Office of Price Administration, and Dallas Regional Office of the United States Office of Price Administration -1943 newsletter.

Box/Folder Number: 10/4-5
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Office of Price Administration (OPA), Grade Labeling, n.d., 1943 - 1946.

Topics include brand choice, brand name products, canned foods labeling, consumer goods labeling, inflation (finance), law and legislation of labels, government policy on prices, processed foods labeling, quality control, underwear labeling, and the Halleck Resolution. Correspondents include Chester Bowles, Carl Trumball Hayden, and the United States Office of Price Administration.

Box/Folder Number: 10/6-10
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Office of Price Administration (OPA), Grocers, Harp Poultry and Egg, Hosiery, Leather, Meat, n.d., 1942 - 1946.

Topics include Elmer Thomas, United States Office of Price Administration information services, Black Market, grocery trade, nylon hosiery, hosiery labeling, hosiery prices and government policy, hosiery quality, leather goods prices and government policy, meat prices and government policy, pork, poultry prices and government policy, rayon industry and trade, retail trade, scarcity, subsidies, the Boren Committee, and MPR No. 339 (Rayon Hosiery Order). Correspondents include George Joseph Bates, Chester Bowles, Prentiss Marsh Brown, Leon Henderson, United States Office of Price Administration, and O. G. Harp Poultry & Egg Co. (Shawnee, Okla.).

Box/Folder Number: 10/11-15
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Office of Price Administration, Oil and Fuel Oil, Pecans, Rent Control, Retail Dry Goods, n.d., 1941 - 1946.

Topics include pecan prices and government policy, petroleum as fuel, petroleum prices and government policy, price regulation, rationing, rent control in Oklahoma, rent control in Shawnee (Okla.), rental housing, rental housing in Shawnee (Okla.), security deposits, and retail stores. Correspondents include Chester Bowles, Ed L. Gossett, Leon Henderson, and United States Office of Price Administration.

Box/Folder Number: 10/16-21
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Office of Price Administration (OPA), Stoves, Sugar, Taylor Lumber and Supply Company, Textiles, Tires, Vehicles, n.d., 1941 - 1946.

Topics include Wright Patman (Folder 21), United States Office of Production Management, automobile industry and trade, automobile tires, baked products industry, canned foods industry, chevrolet automobile, cotton prices and government policy, liquor industry, lumber trade, rationing, sawmills on the Pacific Coast (U.S.), scarcity, soft drink industry, steel, stove prices and government policy, subsidies, sugar, tanks (military science), textile fabrics prices and government policy, tractor tires, and used car prices and government policy. Correspondents include Chester Bowles, Leon Henderson, George W. Romney, United States Office of Price Administration, W. J. Barnett, Chevrolet Dealers Emergency Committee, and Taylor Lumber and Supply Company.

Box/Folder Number: 10/22
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Office of War Information, 1943 - 1944.

Topics include Elmer Holmes Davis and United States Office of War Information.

Box/Folder Number: 10/23-30
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Oil Industry, Department of the Interior, Depletion Allowance, Imports, Interstate Oil Compact Commission, Pipelines, Prices, 1937 - 1946.

Topics include Prentiss Marsh Brown, Interstate Oil Compact Commission, Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation, United States Office of Petroleum Coordinator for War, United States Office of Price Administration, depletion allowances, Venezuela imports, oil well drilling, oil wells, petroleum law and legislation, petroleum pipelines, petroleum products and prices, artificial rubber, scarcity, stripper wells, and Charles Breitung. Correspondents include John M. Coffee, William Purington Cole, Harold LeClair Ickes, and Reford Bond.

Box/Folder Number: 10/31-34
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Oklahoma, General, State Board of Public Affairs, State Government, State Industrial School for Girls, n.d., 1937 - 1946.

Topics include Fletcher Settle Riley, Oklahoma State Board of Public Affairs, Oklahoma Dept. of Public Welfare, Oklahoma State Industrial School for White Girls (Tecumseh), juvenile corrections in Oklahoma, legislation in Oklahoma, public works in Oklahoma, retail trade in Oklahoma, scarcity, sisal (fiber), taxation law and legislation, Cuba, Oklahoma politics and government, and women's defense training program. Correspondents include Creighton Brown Burnham, Chamber of Commerce (Seminole, Okla.), and Oklahoma Municipal League.

Box/Folder Number: 10/35-37
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, Oklahoma Farm Bureau, Oklahoma Farmers Union, n.d., 1937 - 1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren, Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.), Oklahoma A & M College, United States National Youth Administration, United States Reserve Officer Training Corps, agricultural experiment stations in Oklahoma, feeds, potato prices, and Bankhead-Jones Act. Correspondents include Henry Garland Bennett, Tom W. Cheek, Oklahoma Farm Bureau, Oklahoma Farmers Union, and Dan Arnold.

Box/Folder Number: 10/38-39
Folder Titles and Dates: Subject, Oklahoma Gas and Electric (OG), Oklahoma Natural Gas, 1940 - 1946.

Topics include United States Rural Electrification Administration, Architectural Forum, electric utilities rates, natural gas, artificial rubber, rural electrification, Pensacola Dam, Camp Gruber (Okla.), Grand River Dam, and First National Bank (Shawnee, Okla.). Correspondents include Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company, Oklahoma Natural Gas Company, and George A. Davis.

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