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

Boxes 31-35 Folder List



Go to Lyle H. Boren Collection Boxes 26-30

Series 7: Alphabetical Correspondence, 1934-1946

Box/Folder Number: 31/1-5
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Hea - Hepp, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Will Rogers statues (Folder 4), United States Congress elections in 1946, United States Federal Housing Administration officials and employees (Folder 4), United States Home Owners Loan Corporation officials and employees (Folder 4), United States Home Owners Loan Corporation rules and practices in Oklahoma (Folder 2), United States Works Progress Administration in Oklahoma (Folder 3), and civil service in the United States. Correspondents include Leon Henderson, Joseph Edward Hendricks, M. M. Henderson, Claude Hendon, Scott Hendon, and Henryetta (Okla.) Chamber of Commerce.

Box/Folder Number: 31/6-11
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Herb - Holloway, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Robert Potter Hill family, Interstate Oil Compact Commission (Folder 11), pension taxation, railroad land grants, and railroad freight rates. Correspondents include Carl Hinshaw, Clare Eugene Hoffman, Chet Holifield, William J. Holloway, J. H. Herrington, Vance Hester, George Hill, T. G. Hinson, John W. Hoffman, and Roy V. Hoffman.

Box/Folder Number: 31/12-17
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Holm - Hrdy, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include public contracts, public works in Fitzhugh (Okla.), wooden box industry in Tecumseh (Okla.), World War II evacuation of civilians in Great Britain, and Ora Shannon (Folder 15). Correspondents include John Edgar Hoover, Clifford R. Hope, Thomas P. Holt, O. D. Honacker, Orville Hood, E. E. Horany, Albert V. Horn, and Century Mill and Lumber Company (Tecumseh, Okla.) (Folder 13).

Box/Folder Number: 31/18-24
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Hub - Hy, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include United States Post Office Dept. officials and employees, discrimination in employment, food stamps in Coal County (Okla.), photography processing, railroad land grants, and railroad freight rates. Correspondents include Arvard Hudson, William H. (Bill) Hudson, Ila Huff, Daniel O. Hunt, Weldon Huntley, H. T. Hutton, and William Marshall Hyden.

Box/Folder Number: 32/1-4
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, I, 1937 - 1946>.

Topics include United States Post Office Dept. in Paden (Okla.), labor laws and legislation, price regulation in the United States, railroad land grants, railroad freight rates, securities, and discrimination in government lending. Correspondents include Interstate Oil Compact Commission, Investment Bankers Association of America, Homer Igleheart, W. L. (Bill) Igo, and William Ivey.

Box/Folder Number: 32/5-11
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, J - Johnson, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Boy Scouts of America, gasoline, railroad land grants, railroad freight Rates, and rationing. Correspondents include Edwin Carl Johnson, Glen D. Johnson, Jed J. Johnson, Leroy Johnson, James T. Jackson, C. H. Janeway, Britton Jennings, and Ruth Jennings.

Box/Folder Number: 32/12-16
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Johnston - Jolly, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include United States Post Office Dept. officials and employees, political campaigns in Oklahoma, and rubber industry and trade in Shawnee (Okla.). Correspondents include Douglas Henry Johnston, Henry S. Johnston, Charles W. Johnston, Monty F. Johnston, and Paul I. Johnston,

Box/Folder Number: 32/17-21
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Jonas - Jones, John W., 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren personal finance (Folder 19), Eleanor Roosevelt (Folder 20), Thomas Jefferson Steed (Folder 20), rural electrification in Pontotoc County (Okla.), Fox Indian claims, Sauk Indians claims. Correspondents include Jesse Holman Jones, Democratic Party in Pottawatomie County (Okla.) (Folders 20-21), United States Rural Electrification Administration (Folder 18), Dudley B. Jones, E. N. Jones, Frank O. Jones, Jack Jones, and John W. Jones,

Box/Folder Number: 33/1-3
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Jones, Junia - Ju, 1936-1946.

Correspondents include Levi W. Jones and Wallis Jones.

Box/Folder Number: 33/4-8
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, K - Keller, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include United States Civil Aeronautics Authority (Folder 7), United States Post Office Dept. officials and employees (Folder 6), airport in Ada (Okla.), flood control on Polecat Creek (Okla.), industrial housing in Sapulpa (Okla.), off-reservation boarding schools, Potawatomi Indians, Ada (Okla.), and Euchee Indian School. Correspondents include Estes Kefauver, Helen Keller, John Kee, United States Works Progress Administration (Folder 7), James Kahdot, Lawrence W. Karr, Milton J. (Mickey) Katz, and Milton Keating.

Box/Folder Number: 33/9-14
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Kelley - Keystone, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren Family (Folder 9), Willmoore Kendall family, and Keystone Lake (Okla.). Correspondents include Augustus B. Kelley, Willmoore Kendall, Eugene James Keogh, Robert Samuel Kerr, Katherine Kelley, Ralph W. Kelley, E. C. Kennedy, W. S. Key, and Gov. Kerr Says (Newsletter).

Box/Folder Number: 33/15-20
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, KGFF - Kinsey, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Mutual Broadcasting System (Folder 15), National Broadcasting Company, Inc. (Folder 15), flood control, pecan industry, post office building in Tishomingo (Okla.), radio stations in Shawnee (Okla.), flood control on Garr Creek (Okla.), and KMMJ radio station in Grand Island, Nebr. Correspondents include Paul Joseph Kilday, Oklahoma Pecan Growers' Association (Folder 17), KGFF Radio station in Shawnee, Okla., Vernon L. Kiker, John M. King, Paul S. King, T. Bone. King, and Joseph W. Lee,

Box/Folder Number: 34/1-7
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Kip - Kymes, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include labeling law and legislation, railroad land grants, railroad freight rates, rural electrification, strikes and lockouts, and weapons industry in Konawa (Okla.). Correspondents include Wade Kitchens, Richard Mifflin Kleberg, Frank C. Kniffin, Frank Knox, Harold Knutsen, Leo Kocialkowski, Charles Kramer, John E.Kirk, Denver D. Kirkland, and Roy A. Krumme,

Box/Folder Number: 34/8-13
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, L - Laz, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include David Lasser, Vito Marcantonio (Folder 12), United States Civilian Conservation Corps officials and employees (Folder 12), United States Federal Bureau of Investigation officials and employees (Folder 9), congressional secretaries, United States neutrality, political campaigns in Oklahoma, railroad land grants, railroad freight rates, and United States officials and employees. Correspondents include Wilburn Cartwright (Folder 8), John Edgar Hoover (Folder 9), Robert Marion LaFollette, Gerald W. Landis, James J. Lanzetta, A. S. Mike Monroney (Folder 8), Jeff R. Laird, and Eldon H. Larecy,

Box/Folder Number: 34/14-18
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Lea - Lee, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include United States Civil Aeronautics Board (Folder 17), United States Congress House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce (Folder 14), United States Works Progress Administration officials and employees (Folder 17), congressional secretaries, railroad land grants, railroad freight rates, and securities. Correspondents include Clarence Frederick Lea, Joshua Bryan Lee, Claude Raymond Wickard (Folder 14), William O. Leach Jr., and C. N. Lee.

Box/Folder Number: 34/19-23
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Leech - Ley, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren homes and haunts (Folder 19), United States Works Progress Administration in Oklahoma (Folder 21), antisemitism, oil well drilling, old age pensions, political campaigns, Park Wyatt, and Townsend Plan. Correspondents include William Lemke, Fulton Lewis, Lawrence Lewis, Altan Lemmings, C. M. Levy, and Don Lewis.

Box/Folder Number: 35/1-6
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Liaison - Lodge, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include East Central State College (Ada, Okla.) (Folder 2), United States Works Progress Administration in Ada (Okla.) (Folder 2), flight school in Ada (Okla.), railroad land grants, railroad freight rates, and World War II and Great Britain. Correspondents include Adolph Linscheid, Lincoln Electric Company, F. C. Liebhardt, A. C. (Courtney) Lisle, W. C. Little, and Edward L. Lloyd.

Box/Folder Number: 35/7-12
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Look - Lytle, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include United States Works Progress Administration in Oklahoma, labeling law and legislation, and labor unions. Correspondents include Joe Louis, Clare Boothe Luce, Henry Carl Luckey, Louis Ludlow, John Luecke, Walter A. Lynch, E. C. (Early) Love, Harry Lundgaard, and John B. Lunsford,

Box/Folder Number: 35/13-17
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, M - Marlin, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Vito Marcantonio, flood control on the Little River (Okla.), newsprint, petroleum industry and trade in Oklahoma, and Shawnee (Okla.). Correspondents include Anton F. Maciejewski, Paul H. Maloney, Joseph Jefferson Mansfield, Mike Mansfield, Ernest Whitworth Marland, John S. Malone, Clarel B. Mapes, Baird Markham, and Boren - Malone Company.

Box/Folder Number: 35/18-23
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Marlow - Matthews, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include United States Office of Price Administration rules and practice, United States Post Office Dept. officials and employees salaries, agricultural prices, railroad land grants, and railroad freight rates. Correspondents include John Edgar Chenoweth (Folder 19), Noah Morgan Mason, Samuel Chapman Massingale, George Marlow, A. C. Martin, A. J. Martin, and O. H. (Bill) Matthews.

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