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

Boxes 36-40 Folder List



Go to Lyle H. Boren Collection Boxes 31-35

Series 7: Alphabetical Correspondence, 1934-1946

Box/Folder Number: 36/1-5
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Matthyer - McCauley, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren personal finance (Folder 2), American mural painting and decoration in Okemah (Okla.), 1942 political campaigns, and post office building in Okemah (Okla.). Correspondents include Maury Maverick, Andrew Jackson May, Louis Burt Mayer, Don McBride, Pat McCarran, Ivan May, Floyd E. Maytubby, and Fred McCabe (Flyers).

Box/Folder Number: 36/6-10
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, McCharen - McDuff, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren homes and haunts (Folder 6), National Broadcasting Company Inc., United States Works Progress Administration in Oklahoma, scrap metals, Boley (Okla.), and scrap iron for Great Britain. Correspondents include Leon Henderson, George Herman Mahon, John W. McCormack, John W. McClain, H. C. McCormick, and Fred McDuff.

Box/Folder Number: 36/11-15
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, McEachern - McKnight, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Lyle Hagler Boren personal finance (Folder 15), United States Congress House Committee on Claims (Folder 11), United States Office of Price Administration (Folder 15), rent control in Shawnee (Okla.), and Arkansas River Navigation. Correspondents include Ernest William McFarland, William Doddridge McFarlane, Dean A. McGee, James Patrick McGranary, Kenneth Douglas McKellar, Thomas Dietz McKeown, Harry Hives Woodring, McGraw - Hill, Inc. (Flyers), James H. McGraw, Beryl M. McHam, and George E. McKinnis,

Box/Folder Number: 36/16-21
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, McKown - McMillan, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include United States Post Office Dept. officials and employees in Maud (Okla.), United States Rural Electrification Administration (Folder 19), political campaigns in Oklahoma, rural electrification in Oklahoma, and George Marlow. Correspondents include Robert Latham Owen (Folder 18), Charles Francis McLaughlin, Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company (Folder 19), C. C. McKown, Ed L. McLaughlin, George M. McLean, and George G. McMillan,

Box/Folder Number: 36/22-25
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, McMillin - Meeks, 1936 - 1946

Topics include United States Works Progress Administration in Seminole (Okla.), passports, and visas. Correspondents include John McSweeney, United States Works Progress Administration, Art Grall, H. W. (Mac) McNeil, Robert J. Mearin, and Seneca Export Corporation (Folder 25).

Box/Folder Number: 37/1-5
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Megehee - Midwestern, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include United States Congress House Committee on Memorials (Folder 1), United States Navy Reserves (Folder 3), United States Post Office Dept. officials and employees in Oklahoma, United States Naval Academy Admissions (Folder 3), and New Deal in Oklahoma. Correspondents incluede Antonio M. Fernandez (Folder 1), John Robert Murdock (Folder 1), Troy O. Melton, L. M. (Frank) Merrell, and Mexico News (Folder 4).

Box/Folder Number: 37/6-10
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Middaugh - Mizrachi, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Lyle Boren personal finance (Folder 10), Boy Scouts of America, railroad freight rates, railroad land grants, and labor unions. Correspondents include Wilbur D. Mills, F. Joyce Miller, Harry W. Miller, and John G. Mitchell.

Box/Folder Number: 37/11-15
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Mobile - Morrison, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include United States Office of Price Administration, Afro-Americans in Oklahoma, motion picture industry law and legislation, motion picture distribution, price regulation, and Neely-Pettengill Bill. Correspondents include Wilburn Cartwright (Folder 12), A. S. Mike Monroney, Edward Hall Moore, Leon Chase Phillips (Folder 12), J. W. Densford (Folder 11), A. B. Momand, and Conner A. Montgomery,

Box/Folder Number: 37/16-20
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Morrow - Myrick, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Murray State School of Agriculture (Tishomingo, Okla.) xtudent housing, United States Post Office Dept. officials and employees in Ada (Okla.), railroad land grants, political campaigns in Oklahoma, and railroad freight rates. Correspondents include Robert L. Moutoni, John Robert Murdock, John W. Murphy, Clive E. Murray, James E. Murray, Johnston Murray, Thomas Jefferson Murray, William H. Murray, Francis J. Myers, and Alvin Murdock, .

Box/Folder Number: 38/1-8
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Nabor - Nazareth, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include United States Securities and Exchange Commission, American Navy yards and naval stations in Norman (Okla.), and American Navy yards and naval stations in Seminole (Okla.). Correspondents include Aubrey Willis Williams, James Forrestal (Folder 8), National Broadcasting Company Inc., National Retail Dry Goods Association, National Security Traders Association, United States National Youth Administration in Oklahoma, and National Federation of Small Business.

Box/Folder Number: 38/9-15
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Nead - News of Norway, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include labeling law and legislation, German Occupation of the Netherlands, and German Occupation of Norway. Correspondents include William L. Nelson, Netherlands News, News of Norway, John A. Neal, and Raymond Neal.

Box/Folder Number: 38/16-21
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Newson - Nolen, 1934 - 1946.

Topics include United States Works Progress Administration in Oklahoma (Folder 17), congressional secretaries, FM broadcasting, military discharge, public works in Oklahoma, and Bristow (Okla.). Correspondents include John Conover Nichols, Durward E. Newsom, Allen G. Nichols, C. R. Nichols, and Leo M. Nichols,

Box/Folder Number: 39/1-4
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Noll - Nye, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include W. D. Pine (Folder 4), Mid-Continent Oil Company (Folder 4), Creek Indians, unemployment insurance in Oklahoma, military discharge, warehouses in Dallas (Tex.), and Choctaw Cotton Oil Company (Ada, Okla.). Correspondents include Mary Teresa Hopkins Norton, Alex Noon, F. C. Norris, P. A. Norris, Tom Randolph Norris, H. Mead Norton, and George Norvell.

Box/Folder Number: 39/5-10
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Oak - Oklahoma Junior, 1934 - 1946.

Topics include United States National Youth Administration in Coal County (Okla.) (Folder 5), United States Works Progress Administration in Coal County (Okla.) (Folder 5), agricultural laws and legislation, labor laws and legislation, and political campaigns in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Percy L. Gassaway (Folder 5), John Matthew O'Connell, James Francis O'Connor, John Joseph O'Connor, Wilbert Lee O'Daniel, Oil Workers International Union (Okla.), Oklahoma Farmers Union, United States Office of Price Administration, and Lillian O'Connell.

Box/Folder Number: 39/11-16
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Oklahoma Labor - Oklahoma Wholesale, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include agricultural laws and legislation, farm produce prices and government policy, grocery prices and government policy, taxation in Oklahoma, and Oklahoma Victory Dinner tickets. Correspondents include Oklahoma Legislature Resolutions, Oklahoma State Board of Agriculture, Oklahoma Tax Commission Reports, Joe C. Scott, Oklahoma Retail Grocers Association, and Oklahoma Retail Merchants Association.

Box/Folder Number: 39/17-21
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Olds - Ozeretny, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Afro-Americans in Oklahoma and political campaigns in Oklahoma. Correspondents include Thomas O'Malley, Emmet O'Neal, Frank C. Osmers, Robert Latham Owen, Order of Railway Conductors and Brakemen, Tom Omstead, W. B. Osborn, W. C. Owens, Avery J. Ownby, and Delbert Oxley.

Box/Folder Number: 40/1-6
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, P - Pattillo, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Democratic Party (Okla.) (Folder 3), railroad freight rates, and railroad land grants. Correspondents include Stephen Pace, George Arthur Paddock, Bolivor Pagan, Claude V. Parsons, Wright Patman, Robert Porter Patterson, Alva Padgett, France Paris, and Wiley G. Parks.

Box/Folder Number: 40/7-11
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Patton - Peoples, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Civilian Pilot Training Program (U.S.), Murray State School of Agriculture (Tishomingo, Okla.) (Folder 7), military training camps in Tishomingo (Okla.), public health in Oklahoma, sanitation in Oklahoma, and Bulwinkle Bill. Correspondents include Claude Pepper, Frances Perkins, Oklahoma State Dept. of Health (Folder 8), A. D. (Pat) Patton, Gerald Jack Patton, and Hugh Payne.

Box/Folder Number: 40/12-16
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Pet - Phipps, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include United States Post Office Dept. buildings in Seminole (Okla.) (Folder12), draft, New Deal in Oklahoma, petroleum law and legislation, and United States officials and employees. Correspondents include Hugh Peterson, James Hardin Peterson, Samuel Barrett Pettengill, Philip Joseph Philbin, Alfred N. Phillips, John Phillips, Leon Chase Phillips, American Legion Dept. of Oklahoma (Folder15), Robert V. Peterson, Peder G. Peterson, Milt Phillips, and Tom R. Phillips.

Box/Folder Number: 40/17-20
Folder Titles and Dates: Alphabetical Correspondence, Pickard - Plymouth, 1936 - 1946.

Topics include Boy Scouts of America in Oklahoma and Indians of North America land tenure. Correspondents include William Alvin Pittenger, Vance Gabriel Plauche, Charles Albert Plumley, Ollie R. Perkins, Wade Pipkin, William C. Placke, and LeRoy Plumley.

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