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

Boxes 26-30 Folder List



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Series 6: Legislative Files, 1896-1946 (bulk: 1933-1946)

Box/Folder Number: 26/1-4
Folder Titles and Dates: Legislative, War, Profiteering, Shortages and Rationing, Surplus Property, Time, Daylight Savings, n.d., 1935 - 1946.

Topics include daylight saving, governmental investigations, industries and defense measures, military readiness, scarcity, American surplus military property, World War II manpower, and Surplus Property Act of 1944. Correspondents include John Zuinglius Anderson, United States War Production Board, and C. A. Hagan.

Box/Folder Number: 26/5-7
Folder Titles and Dates: Legislative, Ways and Means Committee, Women, Works Progress Administration (WPA), 1937 - 1945.

Topics include United States Congress House Committee on Ways and Means officials and employees, United States Works Progress Administration appropriations and expenditures, public welfare, women's rights, World War II manpower, and World War II women. Correspondents include H. Streett Baldwin, Michael J. Bradley, and Sylvia Delia (Barnes) Mariner.

Series 7: Alphabetical Correspondence, 1934-1946

Box/Folder Number: 26/8-12
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, unidentified, Abb - Acree, 1936-1945.

Topics include Wesley Ernest Disney (Folder 11), Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation officials and employees, Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, United States National Labor Relations Board, bank failures in Shawnee (Okla.), disabled veterans, and Shawnee Milling Company (Shawnee, Okla.) officials and employees salaries. Correspondents include United States Veterans Administration, George C. Abernathy, Kenneth Abernathy, and Walter Abner.

Box/Folder Number: 26/13-17
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Ad - Am, 1937-1945.

Topics include antisemitism. Correspondents include Martin Dies (Folder 17), John Edgar Hoover (Folder 17), American Legion Dept. of Oklahoma, United States Works Progress Administration (Folder 16), Emsley Akin, L. D. Akin, Vernie Akin, Major Alexander, Lou S. Allard, Everett M. Allen, Tommy O. Allen, Vola M. Allen, Affiliated Young Democrats Inc., and American Gentile Party.

Box/Folder Number: 26/18-22
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, An - Ay, 1937-1946.

Topics include United States Works Progress Administration officials and employees (Folder 22). Correspondents include H. R. Antle, William P. Atkinson, Association of National Advertisers, Florence G. Anderson, Fred (Miss) Andrews, Charles Hugh Anglin, Tom Anglin, Loyd Franklin (Steve) Arbaugh, Herbert L. Arthurs, Joe Austin, Emma J. Avanzin, E. J. O'Connor, and Associated Industries of Oklahoma.

Box/Folder Number: 26/23-27
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, B - Bartlett, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Jackson Barnett, United States Dept. of Labor officials and employees, American surplus military property, tractors, and Bartlesville (Okla.). Correspondents include William B. Barry, Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Folder 27), Del Baker, Ernest Baker, True Baker, George Balch, Paul Ballinger, Charles F. Balph, J. Murphy Barker, Charles J. Barnes, Leo D. Barnett, Leon T. Barnett, W. J. Barnett, and Bald Headed League of the World.

Box/Folder Number: 26/28-31
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Barton - Bay, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) officials and employees in Oklahoma (Folder 29), United States Military Academy (Folder 28), sailors in Livermore Valley (Calif.), and Mabel Bassett. Correspondents include Bruce Barton, Joe B. Bates, Robert Samuel Kerr (Folder 28), R. Lewis Barton, Raymond O. Barton, Floyd Bateman, Walter A. Bates, Warren J. Bates, and William K. Batson.

Box/Folder Number: 26/32-36
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Bea - Bew, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Choctaw Indian land tenure, coal in Oklahoma, and military discharge. Correspondents include Lindley Beckworth, Jesse Beams, H. T. Becker, M. A. Beeson, Joe C. Bell, J. A. Bentley, James E. Berry - Lieutenant Governor of Oklahoma, Walter Berry, and John B. Best.

Box/Folder Number: 27/1-5
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Bia - Blu, 1936 - 1946.

Correspondents include Fred Bierman, Herbert Seely Bigelow, Cecil William (Runt) Bishop, Sol Bloom, Wilburn Cartwright (Folder 24), Albert T. (Tom) Biggers, Flossie Bivins, Orlando Black, L. M. Blair, Fred Blevins, and Philip (Phil) Blum.

Box/Folder Number: 27/6-10
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Boa - Boyd, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include public works in Boley (Okla.) and Cam C. Boyd. Correspondents include Gerald John Boileau, Frances Payne Bingham Bolton, Dale Boren, Frank William Boykin, Bower Broaddus (Folder 10), Boy Scouts of America, Lawrence C. Bocher, Otis T. Bourns, Fred Bowles, J. A. Boyd, Benjamin E. Cook (Folder 10), and Boley Chamber of Commerce.

Box/Folder Number: 27/11-14
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Bra - Brou, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Cherokee Bible versions. Correspondents include Overton Brooks, James O. Braly, Marvin F. Brannon, Alice Bray, Charles A. Breitung, and Robert Breen.

Box/Folder Number: 27/15-19
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Bra - Bry, 1936 - 1945.

Topics include United States Works Progress Administration officials and employees (Folder 16), Indians of North America land tenure in Oklahoma, Seminole Indians, taxation law and legislation, and United States Armed Forces in Okinawa. Correspondents include Clarence J. Brown, Andrew Jackson Brown, Dale Brown, George B. Brown, Lowina Brown, Quince L. Brown, Billy Monroe Brumett, American Indian Federation (Folder 17), and W. T. (Bill) Brunson.

Box/Folder Number: 27/20-23
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Buc - Bus, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include distribution of decedents' estates, Indians of North America land tenure, and Jenetta Tiger (Folder 21). Correspondents include Frank Henry Buck, William Olin Burgin, Creighton Brown Burton, Jeff Busby, J. Frank Buck, John Burgess, Walter Burgess, Oscar R. Burley, George Burrows, Orel Busby, and Hec Bussey.

Box/Folder Number: 27/24-26
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, But - By, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Harry Flood Byrd. Correspondents include John Edgar Hoover (Folder 25), Roger W. Butner, and Merwin T. Buxton.

Box/Folder Number: 28/1-5
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Ca - Cars, 1935 - 1946.

Folder 4 contains a small card advertising Levi's jeans. The text reads, "Food Fights for Freedom." Correspondents include Clarence Cannon, Pat Cannon, John Keller Griffith, Victor E. Wickersham (Folder 2), Trans World Airlines (Folder 3), Ruth Calmus, George W. Campbell, Lonnie Campbell, T. P. Cannon, J. G. Cansler, and Russell Cantwell.

Box/Folder Number: 28/6-10
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Carter - Chap, 1934 - 1946.

Topics include Wilburn Cartwright family, United States National Park Service Claims vs. Joe Carter (Folder 7), United States National Youth Administration officials and employees (Folder 6), United States Office of Price Administration officials and employees in Shawnee (Okla.) (Folder 10), United States Works Progress Administration Claims vs. Claude Chambers (Folder 9), civil service in the United States, railroad employee pensions, and Merle M. Chapman. Correspondents include Wilburn Cartwright, Walter Chandler, Virgil Munday Chapman, Britton Stonewall Carter, Bruce Carter, Joe Carter, Henry E. Castleberry, Claude S. Chambers, and W. L. (Bill) Chandler.

Box/Folder Number: 28/11-15
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Char - Clark, 1937 - 1946.

Topics include United States Post Office Dept. officials and employees, aeronautics in Oklahoma, United States civil service, labor law and legislation, railroad land grants, and railroad freight rates. Correspondents include Wesley Ernest Disney (Folder 12), A. S. Mike Monroney, United States Civil Aeronautics Board, United States Office of Civilian Defense, M. S. Cheatham, Harry Glenn Chowins, Mary Marie Christian, Sebe Christian, John E. T. Clark, Wilson Clark, Orville P. Clarke, National Association of Post Office Mechanics (Folder 15), and You and the War (Pamphlet).

Box/Folder Number: 28/16-18
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Cle - Cof, 1936 - 1946.

Correspondents include John Joseph Cochran, John M. Coffee, John Edgar Hoover, Benjamin Clayton, Charles W. Coates, and John L. Coffey.

Box/Folder Number: 28/19-23
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Cog - Con, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include John Collier, Collier's, labor law and legislation, railroad land grants, railroad freight rates, and Indian trusts. Correspondents include William Purington Cole, Ross Alexander Collins, Congress of Industrial Organizations (U.S.), Crowell-Collier Publishing Company (Folder 21), Walter Colbert, Elmer J. Cole, John Danield Cole, A. J. Collins, Jack T. Conn, and Commercial and Financial Chronicle.

Box/Folder Number: 29/1-5
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Coo - Cro, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Afro-American physician scholarships and fellowships and railroad land grants. Correspondents include John Martin Costello, Larry Cotton, Charles L. Couch, James R. Council, Van E. Courson, Lola Covey, Dessie Cox, Bill Crawford, Brent M. Crawley, and Douglas D. Creecy.

Box/Folder Number: 29/6-9
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Cross - Cz, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Crayton Key. Correspondents include Robert Crosser, Eugene B. Crowe, Fred Nelson Cummings, Beatrice Crow, Robert Frank Crowder, Arthur Robert Currey, Dial Currin, Clarence C. "Mex" Curry, and Eva Curry.

Box/Folder Number: 29/10-13
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Da - Delaney, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include United States Works Progress Administration in Oklahoma (Folder 11), Veterans of Industry of America (Folder 11), civil service in the United States, railroad land grants, and railroad freight rates. Correspondents include Colgate Whitehead Darden, Claude J. Davenport, L. L. Davis, Austin R. Deaton, Charles E. Deen, and W. A. Delaney.

Box/Folder Number: 29/14-19
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Delap - Dyer, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include civil service in the United States, motion picture theater in Wetumka (Okla.), railroad land grants, railroad freight rates, World War II Japanese prisoners and prisons, R. L. Densford, and William Drayton Durham. Correspondents include Wesley Ernest Disney, Charles F. Densford, J. W. Densford, Jess M. Deriso, Nathan E. Dobbs, Wiley E. Dougherty, Leah C. Dowdy, and Cecil W. Duncan.

Box/Folder Number: 29/20-25
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Ea - Ew, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include civil service in the United States, evangelists in Oklahoma, railroad land grants, railroad freight rates, World War II Japanese prisoners and prisons, and Frances Haskell Edmonson. Correspondents include Margaret Eakin, Muncie Earnhart, James William (Jim Will) Eckles, Leota E. Eidson, Marvin E. Elkins, Herod M. Ely, Earle E. Emerson, Kary Emerson, and Hicks Epton.

Box/Folder Number: 29/26-28
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, F - Fes, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include old age pensions and Harry Fossbender. Correspondents include James A.Farley, Scott Ferris, John Edgar Hoover, Acee Blue Eagle (Folder 27), C. E. Faires, Sam Farha, Ray L. Felts, and Phillip C. Ferguson.

Box/Folder Number: 30/1-4
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Field - Fox, 1937 - 1946.

Topics include Earl Godwin (Folder 4), United States Farm Security Administration officials and employees, United States Works Progress Administration, and old age pensions. Correspondents include Ira Monroe Finley, Veterans of Industry of America, Heber Finch, James W. (Jim) Fleming, and Frank Foglio.

Box/Folder Number: 30/5-7
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Fr - Fu, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Mid-Continent Petroleum Company (Folder 6), civil service United States, military discharge, and strikes and lockouts in the petroleum industry. Correspondents include Ray E. Franklin, T. N. French, and Joe Bryan Furlong.

Box/Folder Number: 30/8-11
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Ga - Gl, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Milton C. Garber and military discharge. Correspondents include Stephen Warfield Gambrill, Edward J. Gardner, Percy L. Gassaway, Willis Benjamin Gibbs, Don Gingery, Paul C. Gallagher, Ray W. (Gabe) Gierhart, Charles V. Gilmore, and Pearl Glass.

Box/Folder Number: 30/12-15
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, God - Gw, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include William Rogers (Folder 13), United States Farm Security Administration Claims vs. Maynard E. Goss, Copyright in Oklahoma, and Indians of North America claims. Correspondents include Thomas Pryor Gore, Ed L. Gossett, Walter K. Granger, George McInvale Grant, Finly H. Gray, Noble J. Gregory, John Keller Griffith, John W. Gwynne, Cora Alice Good, Maynard E. Goss, Paul R. Greener, Charles M. Grimshaw, W. E. Grisso, and Maud Grissom.

Box/Folder Number: 30/16-21
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Ha - Hartzog, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Granville Gene Harp. Correspondents include Norman R. Hamilton, Edward Joseph Hart, Fred Allan Hartley, C. A. Hagan, Willit M. (Bill) Haight, O. G. Harp, Bert Harris, George B. Hart, and Charles H. Hartman

Box/Folder Number: 30/22-26
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Harv - Haz, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include block booking law and legislation. Correspondents include Franck R. Havenner, Albert Wahl Hawkes, Brooks Hays, Flossie Hass, Francis M. Hatcher, Fritz M. Hatcher, Charles H. Hayes, H. P. Haynes, and William Hazel,

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